So I stumbled upon a fairly popular ebook that promises to forever get rid of day jobs (and night jobs too I think). This book, called the Day Job Killer, has one of the super long pre-sales/selling page with a lot of testimonials, income proof of earnings and claims of going from $0 to $1 million in 12 months, easy.
Ok, the selling is really going all out to get me to close the deal, and you can easily see sales pitch like:
From $0 to $1,000,000 in twelve short months, but why am I giving everything away to get my message out to people like you?
I went from your seat to mine in less than a year: from zero to seven figures in twelve short months.
It’s time for me to lead you along the path that I had taken…from painful, stinging losses to seven figure freedom
He's really selling very hard, and maybe it would have been better if he instead created videos of himself doing the sales pitch for people to buy. And if you're weird like me, you'd pick up that he often uses the triple periods “…” to end sentences – I counted, he used the “…” every 1-3 paragraphs! Yes, I counted.
I read and re-read the sales page, and it's repetitive, and instead of progressing the sales pitch, he's repeating himself again and again, and in some parts, it seems as though he copied and pasted the copy “just a little further down the page.”
Finally, I reached the bottom of the sales page and this is what I saw:
It's decision time: kill, or be killed…
You can buy the Day Job Killer top-secret
$197 $147 the discounted price of $97
So it's been discounted 2x and the price has dropped by about 50+%, which is the usual approach of hyped-up pushy scammy sales tactic to get me to buy. The copy seems to indicate that I'm sad and pathetic if I don't buy the ebook to become a millionaire and change my life.
At $97 dollars, it seems pretty expensive to me, but the sales copy said that I'll make $1000s of dollars a day and become a millionaire, so the $97 is “measly” in comparison – nope, no thank you.
There's only ONE program that I really recommend that taught and helped me turn my ‘past time activities' into a money making machine. Click here for the exact formula I followed.