I don’t normally like writing about other people’s misfortunes.
It just isn’t good karma.
But I’ve been seeing this pop up everywhere online so I wanted to talk ’bout it a little bit.
A day or two ago, Kim Kardashian was robbed in her Paris hotel at gunpoint. A bunch of masked men came in, tied her up, and locked her in the bathroom while they went and stole close to $10 million dollars worth of jewelry.
That’s no chump change at all! Even if you’re a millionaire like her, that still hurts your pockets.
But there’s a twist.
Reports are starting to say that the whole thing could of been an inside job. They’re speculating that someone close to her or on her team knew her security guard would not be at the hotel and set the whole robbery up.
Talk about scary…
It seems like you can’t trust no one nowadays.
Everyone’s just trying to take advantage of each other.
It’s not so much different than the shenanigans you see go down between affiliate marketers.
You’ve most likely seen a bonus page or two in your life.
That’s where an affiliate offers you a ton of bonuses to convince you to buy through their link.
And hey, I’m not judging. I’ve done this before and I recommend you do it too because of the great results you’ll get.
But there’s couple of things I’ve seen certain marketers do that’s left a bad taste in my mouth.
– Offering cheap PLR ebooks as bonuses and swearing they’re filled with valuable information.
The majority of PLR stuff is crappy and not worth your time reading.
– Using the bonuses the vendor provided for the launch and claiming they’re the only ones who’re giving it away as a bonus.
– Getting into a “who’s bonus package is bigger?” shouting match and offering 20 or 30 or 40 bonuses that’s only going to get dusty and take up space on your hard-drive
In my opinion, doing all this just makes the product you’re promoting look weak.
Why else would you need to hide it behind a whole mess of bonuses?
Now don’t get it twisted.
Bonuses work and will make you money if you use them correctly.
But, there’s a right way and a wrong way to do it.
Which leads me to the point…
There’s something known as “Cinderella bonuses” that can literally turn your bonus pages into selling machines. By using them, people are almost forced to buy from you (and not your competition) because it’s the only clear logical choice.
This is the same concept Kim Kardashian (and her sisters) have used to build a multi-million dollar fashion and makeup empire.
Yeah, it’s that powerful!
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