For $5.89, this WSO called 21 Super Cash Email Hacks claims to teach you how to extract mega profits from your email campaigns. Does it live up to its claim, and is it worth a little under $6?
The 21 Super Cash Email Hacks Pitch
You’ll learn how to write effective marketing emails. Discover secret strategies to double or triple your open rate and get more click-throughs. Also, learn original and exclusive hacks that are not revealed anywhere else.
Long Time Renowned Email Marketer Lets You Steal His Secrets to Extracting Mega Profits from your Email Campaigns
The guide walks you through 21 different email hacks that you can implement in order to optimize the amount of profit you get from emailing your list.
The author assumes you already have a good size list. There is absolutely zero content in this guide geared toward list-building. This WSO is focused exclusively on extracting the most out of the list you currently have.
Each hack is assigned a creative name. Examples include: The Resend Hack, The Buddy Hack, The Radio Hack, and the Superman Hack.
Most hacks are only comprised of a paragraph or two describing the method. However, that is all most of them need since they are all very straightforward and simple to understand methods.
The one exception is the very first hack the author reveals, called the Foundation Email Marketing Hack. Several pages are spend on this hack since it involves implementing several strategies simultaneously.
An example hack that is revealed in this report is the Doppelganger Hack. To accomplish this hack, you simply use the subject line as the text of the clickable link within the email itself. The reasoning is that if the recipient was compelled to open the email based on the subject line, then they will also be more likely to click the link you are promoting if it uses the same text as the subject line.
21 Super Cash Email Hacks is delivered in both video and PDF format. I am not a huge fan of videos, so I am basing this review mainly on the PDF version. However, I did watch several of the videos to get an idea of the quality and to compare the content between the videos and the PDF. The content was almost identical, although I found that the videos went a little more in-depth.
The author is an above-average speaker and writer. The videos are easy to listen to and understand and the PDF was an easy read. The videos are PowerPoint slides consisting mostly of text with the author narrating.
I found that both the videos and PDF contained significant formatting and punctuation issues. To some, this may not be a big deal. It is for me. I believe if you want to be taken seriously and professionally, your product should be professionally written and presented. This includes using proper grammar, punctuation, formatting and thorough proofreading/editing.
I find it very distracting to read text that is poorly formatted. The PDF used a large font and the sentences were frequently broken up with extra spaces between words and extra lines where they didn’t belong. Overall, it looked garbled. The text in the videos was better, but not by much.
The hacks themselves were good. Some were common sense, but others were genuinely creative and worth implementing.
Purchase or Pass?
Purchase. At $5.89, it is hard to pass this one up. I wouldn’t pay any more than $9 or so for this, but the price is right for the content. If you already have a sizable email list and you are looking for new and creative ways to monetize your list, 21 Super Cash Email Hacks may be for you.
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