The REAL TRUTH About Gurus
Most marketers are lost in the fog of information overload. Because of this, they eventually are lured by a guru claiming to have all the answers to their marketing woes.
The guru also promises you can make a fortune by just following their advice.
Of course that advice comes with a hefty price tag.
So what is the truth? It is a land of smoke and mirrors, a carnival of lies that is directed at you for the sole purpose of taking your MONEY
Don’t kid yourself here. Most gurus want to turn YOU into their affiliate machine, recurring ATM and USE YOU for their traffic regardless of what most promise to teach you.
Some gurus are actually SETTING YOU UP TO FAIL! They know that the MORE you fail, the more you will SPEND out of sheer frustration.
You will be given just enough information to get your interest up and then you will be asked to spend more money on the latest shiny fad the guru has.
Yet the REAL TRUTH is that many of these gurus laugh at you as being too stupid to know any better.
How Do I Know This?
Recently I attended an internet marketing seminar and actually heard some of the biggest names (you would recognize) discuss the best ways to relieve you of your money and return little or no value.
I actually heard someone say this: “Sucker punch them with a new lifestyle, dazzle them with ideas and dreams that you and I know they will never achieve, make them believe in all of this and then go for the juggler and wallet!”
Yes, YOU are being LIED TO by most of the top gurus.
I wanted you to really let this sink in because until you get this you will spend more money than a drunken sailor on leave in a foreign port.
The Same Is True Of Most Of The “Free Traffic Generation” Gurus
The gurus love the traffic niche as it appeals to almost everybody who wants to make a living online. Incidentally, people who do not understand how to generate traffic are usually clueless about marketing strategies.
Newbie’s are the guru’s favorite target . . .
Some of these gurus were well intentioned (at one point) and had great ideas for building traffic but they learned it was just easier to resell crappy traffic, almost worthless programs for making traffic and marketing courses for unsuspecting folks for easy money.