How can you tell when an online Internet Marketing Review is legitimate or not? Just because someone says that a certain software is the best one to make you a million dollars does not mean it is. After all, most of the Internet marketing product review sites allow people to post using “fake names” or handles, like Starlifter7 or WookieMan or some such non-sense.
How can you tell if the person is not reviewing their own product or engaging in the ultimate form of “buzz marketing” tactics, which by the way is now illegal says the FTC, as it is just another form of hype or false and misleading advertising. So, while I have you here reading this article, let me discuss the actual websites that do “Internet Product Reviews” and explain what I have found.
First, when someone tells you that they made a million dollars and they are going to sell you their secret formula, a word to the wise. If they were making a million dollars using their methods, why on Earth would they share it with you, as they could easily double their efforts to make two-million or triple their efforts to make three. See that point? You should.
Second, if a person does not leave their name, then their book review, software review, product review or business opportunity review cannot be taken as 100% factual, and you ought to know by now that you cannot believe everything you read on the Internet – ever heard the famous quote:
You can believe none of what you hear, half of what you read and most of what you see”
Well, where does that leave us on the Internet? In that you are reading it, so that takes it down to 50% legit right there, and those are not good odds when you are reading online product reviews about internet marketing products in some shopping and product review website, no matter how legit the actual site is. Because it’s the actual review from the so-called or pretenda-consumer that you are reading.
Third, often competitors will go online and trash products and write up reviews claiming faulty products, bad service, poor delivery, or simply bad mouth the product. Well, obviously that happens too. All in all, I’d give the internet product reviews and overall rating of 30% factual, and to me that just is not worthy of my risk. So, if you like me go online before you buy, consider that what you are reading is not necessarily the real deal, the whole truth or written by some consumer god. Think on this.