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Know the current methods to earn another $300 to $3,000 a month?

Do you think you have affiliate marketing all worked out?

I’ll admit, I honestly thought I was pretty clued up on how to squeeze the most income out of being an affiliate.  But I haven’t revisited my thinking on it for a while now, haven’t tried anything much new.

But it turns out I know someone who is totally clued up and is using the most up-to-date methods.  That person is Andrew Hansen and he and his partner Josh Stanton have put all of their knowledge and latest techniques into a series of over 50 training videos in a product called ‘Unstoppable Affiliate.’

Even people on Warrior Forum (in the product reviews section) are saying how up to date the techniques and tools are in the videos. It really is a current product.

The aim of Unstoppable Affiliate is to enable you to set up websites which genuinely have a chance of earning you $300 to $3,000 a month.  No, I didn’t miss off any zeros there or any ‘random’ numbers. Those are the realistic amounts Andrew and his partner Josh say websites built with their formula can earn you.  I trust Andrew, I believe those numbers.

The Unstoppable Affiliate video tutorial course costs $67 and here’s what that gets you:

Over 50 videos and their transcripts, covering:

  • Research
  • Site Strategies
  • Conversion Strategies
  • Traffic Mastery
  • Outsourcing & Scaling up
  • Resource List

The videos average 10 minutes a piece, so that is a lot of content and, as I said, there are PDFs of the transcripts available too.

I know Andrew, and I know his work, but over the last couple of days I have seen even more evidence of what a genuine person he is and I have read testimonials about his products and how he deals with customers. I feel even more confident recommending this course.

Now, if you leap on the video course, there is an up-sell in the purchase process – in fact, there are two . So you’re aware, here are what they are:

An 8 Week Unstoppable Affiliate Coaching Mastermind

Have you ever considered the value of a mentor?  I have to say, Andrew has a point here – the majority of the successful online marketers have had, or still have, mentors. Even when I worked corporate side, the company had an internal mentor scheme – it was a key way to learn and to boost your career – just by signing up for a mentor you were marked as someone who was going to get ahead.

So, the coaching mastermind is a mentoring scheme for those who want more intense guidance with getting ahead with affiliate marketing.  The program offers:

  • Weekly live webinar masterminds – live Q&As, reviews of websites etc.
  • Personal email access to Andrew, Josh and other experts
  • Advanced training videos
  • PDF ction checklists
  • Expert interviews
  • Special “fast income generator” modules
  • Private member forum and more

The mentoring scheme runs from 3rd August to 29th September, roughly.

Coaching Mastermind – Materials only

On holiday during this time?  Well, then you can buy the mastermind materials instead for $197.  But, I would not underestimate the value of that 1-2-1, live interaction on the webinars and over email.

I’m telling you about the up-sells, firstly, because I like transparency.  Secondly, I think these are good options in themselves. $62 a week for direct access to Andrew and Josh?  And the other people they’re plugged into?  Seems like exceptional value to me.

So, if you are looking to leverage affiliate marketing to make more money from your websites then jump at these videos and if you know you will make use of it, grab the coaching too.

You can find out more about the course and sign up here: Unstoppable Affiliate

As always, I am interested to hear your thoughts, especially if you sign up and watch the videos.

All the best,

Fiona

P.S. In my last email I said I would get this course and the coaching for my little brother if he wanted to get going with affiliate marketing. I stand by that statement with even more conviction today.

Are you an Unstoppable Affiliate?

A while back in one of my rants, I declared that people in the IM industry who want things to change for the better should act in two ways:

  • Produce quality products and promote them truthfully and honestly
  • Shine their torch on other people in the industry who are doing good things

Today I am going to shine my torch on Andrew Hansen. His name ring any bells? The last time I mentioned Andrew was back in November 2010. Gary and I met him at an event and found that we were very much kindred spirits – upset by where the industry was heading; wanting to produce genuine products.

We met up with Andrew again a couple of weeks ago and he mentioned he was producing a new course to launch in the middle of July. He didn’t say much more than that (he’s actually quite a quiet chap), except that the course’s aim was to help people actually, truly make a realistic amount of money online – no BS figures, just a way to make income as an affiliate.

From what Andrew’s partner said, it sounded like an awful lot of work and preparation had gone into the course (not the launch, the actual course and its contents). Months of preparation and hours upon hours of recording and re-recording the content, trying to ensure no stone was left unturned.

Last week I got to preview the course. It’s called ‘Unstoppable Affiliate’ and is an in depth insight into how to crack affiliate marketing. Basically, a blue-print for making money out of the websites you love to build.

Now, I’ve been involved in affiliate marketing for years – I was an affiliate for a time, then I was responsible for a huge affiliate program for a corporate. I was more than a little humbled last week to find myself learning new tactics for being a successful affiliate.

Unstoppable Affiliate completely challenged some of my views, too. For example, as an affiliate don’t just start by choosing a keyword with high search volumes, start by choosing a product or offer you know you can actually get paid good commission for (and where to go to find those offers and payouts in one place).

Before I go any further let me give you the hard facts about this course:

  • It’s a video tutorial course, with transcripts available
  • There are over 50 videos averaging, I would say, 10 minutes a piece – so long enough to be useful, concise enough to digest
  • The modules covered are:
    • Research: Find your profit center – some methods which were new to me!
    • Site Strategies: Create the perfect mini site based around the offer and keyword market you’ve just found
    • Conversion Strategy: Convert visitors into buyers AND simultaneously please the search engines
    • Traffic Mastery: Get the right kind of visitors to the right pages on your mini; extremely current search engine strategies
  • The delivery style is friendly and informal. It’s kind of like Andrew is sitting next to you and navigating you through his world
  • It costs $67 one time

Now, when I found out the price (I had thought it was $67 a month, not one time) I was a bit shocked.  For $67 it totally over-delivers and I wondered if Andrew was off his rocker a little bit to be selling that much content for that price.  I actually thought it would cause a problem, because I always say if something sounds too good to be true, it is, so it could make people sceptical about the quality of the course.

But Andrew explained, and here’s the deal: Andrew and his business partner Josh Stanton are hoping that some of the people who take up the video course will also sign up to an eight week coaching program which costs $497.  In the coaching program they will hand-hold and get people up and running through intensive input and hopefully have them earning more in super-fast time. So, longer-term Andrew hopes to make back his investment in producing the video course.

So that presents an opportunity in two ways to anyone interested in learning a whole new chunk of actionable information on affiliate marketing:

  • Simply grab a bargain and get over 50 training videos for a mere $67. You can’t fail to learn something new from these videos, even if you’ve been doing affiliate marketing for years.  Buy the videos, set aside a day or some evenings, sit down and watch them with a notepad at your side – action even just one thing you learn and you’ll be further forward
  • If being mentored is a route you’re interested in and will honestly make full use of (and you can afford to invest the $497 without risking your rent or mortgage payment) then take up that option.  $62 a week for coaching?  Seems like good value to me. Otherwise?  Just ignore it and enjoy the videos

I can vouch for Andrew.  He’s a straight-up, genuine guy and he cares about what he does and how he does it.

If my little brother came to me and said he wanted to get into affiliate marketing, I’d get him this course (and the coaching to boot), that is how useful and genuine I think it is.

You can find out more about the course and sign up here: Unstoppable Affiliate

As always, I am interested to hear your thoughts, especially if you sign up and watch the videos.

All the best!

Fiona

P.S. Don’t forget that even a seasoned affiliate marketer can learn something from this course!

 

Simply grab a bargain and get over 50 training videos for a mere $67. You can’t fail to learn something new from these videos, even if you’ve been doing affiliate marketing for years.

Simply grab a bargain and get over 50 training videos for a mere $67. You can’t fail to learn something new from these videos, even if you’ve been doing affiliate marketing for years.  Buy the videos, set aside a day or some evenings, sit down and watch them with a notepad at your side – action even just one thing you learn and you’ll be further forward.

If coaching is a route you’re interested in and will honestly make full use of (and you can afford to invest the $497 without risking paying your rent or mortgage) then take up that option. $62 a week for coaching?  Seems like good value to me too.

Buy the videos, set aside a day or some evenings, sit down and watch them with a notepad at your side – action even just one thing you learn and you’ll be further forward.

If coaching is a route you’re interested in and will honestly make full use of (and you can afford to invest the $497 without risking paying your rent or mortgage) then take up that option. $62 a week for coaching?Seems like good value to me too.

The internet marketing tide IS turning

Some of you, well, those of you who are members of Mike Johnson’s Auto Blog Blueprint, might have read some important news yesterday which relates to BlogPiG.

In spite of the 3,500 miles between us, Mike Johnson and BlogPiG have been getting closer over the last six months.  Discussions about the state of the industry, the testing of each other’s products and offerings, the sharing of ideas…well, we’ve found we have  a lot in common.

For those of you who don’t know Mike and what he does, Mike is the oracle on all things auto blogging.  His knowledge and experience is immense, but what sets him apart is his ability to share this goldmine with the members of his Auto Blog Blueprint course in an honest, straightforward way.  Mike is able to translate his experiences into excellent training and he is one of the most supportive experts on the net, providing one-to-one advice on his very active forum.

So, what draws together a man like Mike and a bunch of techies, lead by Gary Prendergast, at BlogPiG?

Well, I suppose the main thing is that we share a mindset – both parties want to deliver something good and fair and genuinely useful in an industry which is increasingly leaving a bad taste in our mouths.  And we want to help turn the tide, to move the industry forward positively.  At BlogPiG we aim to do that through quality software. Auto Blog Blueprint does it through training, advice and community.

But imagine if we combined forces.

Imagine a single trusted resource which provided you with everything you needed to either get going in internet marketing, or to up your game in internet marketing.  Software, tools, training, advice, community…all in one place….reviewed, tested, built, videod, documented…all in one place.  Delivered by people you trust.

On 26th October, Profit.fm will launch.

Profit.fm is the result of a brand new partnership between Mike Johnson and Gary Prendergast and will be the one-stop course for anyone looking to build a business online, not just auto blogs.

Profit.fm will consist of the best training, constantly updated, and the best software, constantly updated, all in one place. This will be backed up with a great support team. It will be huge.

What does this mean for BlogPiG?

Well, BlogPiG.com will continue, business as usual!  We’re still going to maintain and develop our existing base of WP plugins  and develop new ones. For those people who simply need a top plugin to take care of certain tasks on their WordPress site, this will be the place to come to.  Gary and I continue to work with our ever-expanding team of developers on new versions of our plugins and as an exisiting member, you’ll get all the updates as usual.

I don’t have any more details about Profit.fm but nearer the time will post about the finer points.  But, really, I am about BlogPiG and I’m looking forward to bringing you some great new and improved tools for your WordPress blogs.

Thank you for being part of the journey of BlogPiG and helping us improve the Internet Marketing industry.

Five Tips to Avoid the Content Farm Scythe

Something our members have asked us to comment on recently is Google’s latest update and how BlogPiG products stand in light of it.  Given here at BlogPiG we produce ‘PiGs’, it does seem quite apt that I should be writing about a Google update labelled as the ‘Farmer’ in any case.

We all know by now that Google’s Farmer update was a large-scale cull – everybody’s been talking about it and blogging about it.  Some big names have taken a hit, not to mention the swathes of smaller players who are just trying to make a buck.

So how can you help protect your sites from Google’s scythe?  Well, we have some proven theories and tools to put to you but first look at the context:

Who is Google aiming its scythe at?

Google is clearing out content which it deems to be of low grade.  Google wants to serve the best content it can to its users so it can keep hold of its share of the search market (erm, that’d be total domination, then?).

What defines low grade content?

Content which is shallow or duplicate or, critically, which looks software-generated rather than human-generated.  This is because Google thinks auto-generated content is not as useful to its users as hand-crafted, human-generated, unique content.

How does this affect you?

If you’re a BlogPiG customer, chances are you run multiple blogs, or one or two very large and critical blogs.  Some of our customers have hundreds and hundreds running at any one time.  Let’s be honest:  it’s an impossible to task to have totally human generated content on that many blogs.

So if you use content that hasn’t been bespoke-written for your site by a human, how do you not look like a content farm?

Actually, the question to ask is: how to I make my blogs or websites look human generated and human managed?

The key is to go and take a look at the sites that are still ranking high in the search engines. We’ve been doing this for years and we’ve noticed five major trends.

Comments

Comments are like votes.  Blogs only attract real comments if their posts are of value to the readers and in most cases this means they are not automated. Google knows that comments are difficult to get so a post with lots of comments is a trust indicator.  In general Content Farms do not have comments. We’ve always considered this to be a big footprint which is why we developed CommentPiG. CommentPiG gradually adds on-topic comments automatically to your posts removing the very obvious “no comments” footprint.

Read more about CommentPiG’s comment simulation here.

Tags

Most people who hand craft their blog posts will also spend a bit of time adding appropriate tags to it before publishing them. Tagging is very beneficial but also very manual process which is why it is another trust indicator.  In general we’ve noticed that Content Farms do not tag their posts like real bloggers do. Again we consider this to be an unnecessary footprint so we developed TagPiG to totally automate the tagging process and wipe out another obvious footprint.

Read more about TagPiG’s auto tagging here.

Site Growth

Most real blogs grow gradually over time, maybe a few posts per week on average. This is often termed ‘organic growth.’  For years now it has been possible to simulate a site that grows automatically over time – every autoblogging tool worth its salt has auto growth built-in including our own CSVPiG.  In fact, you don’t even need a plugin as WordPress’ own Schedule Post feature gives you the ability to completely automate organic growth. Content Farms often publish new posts & pages over time. Given the ease of automation we no longer consider organic site growth a reliable trust indicator.

Page Freshness

This is a very different concept to site growth. Real blog pages tend to grow and change over time as more and more comments are added. This keeps the pages fresh.  If each time Google visits a page on your site it appears exactly the same as the day you published it then Google is eventually going to stop coming back. Studies have shown that Google tends to visit static pages once every 25 days whereas it will visit daily for regularly updated pages. Content Farms tend to publish static pages that receive no comments and so become stale very quickly. This is another reason we developed CommentPiG to add fresh new comments to your pages on a regular basis just like a real blog.

You can read more about CommentPiG’s page freshness feature here.

Social Voting

As well as being commented on, real blogs are also talked about elsewhere. People will tend to bookmark, Like, retweet, vote, crosspost, trackback, pingback.  Call it what you want it’s all effectively the same thing – a social vote of confidence in the site and its content.  People will not bookmark, vote or retweet Content Farm posts & pages.  Simulating social voting naturally is very, very complicated and costly so it is a very accurate trust indicator. We’re currently developing SocialPiG our very own social backlinker so we know exactly how hard it can be to achieve this.

You can register for more information on the SocialPiG launch here.

So, you see that BlogPiG’s product development path has always been, and continues to be, about automating the tasks which a human would perform in as accurate and efficient a way as possible.  Our plugins create the clues or ‘trust indicators’ which Google is seeking when deciding whether content is of good quality.

  • What methods do you employ to present Google with the content it demands?
  • Are these methods automated or manual?
  • Have you seen drastic changes in your rankings since the end of February?
  • Have you changed tactics in recent weeks?

As ever, we love to hear from you, so let us have your thoughts.

CloakPiG V2 Release and Price Increase

Folks,

CloakPiG 2.0 has been released today!

We have done a huge amount of testing on this latest release but as ever we cannot replicate every scenario you will use CloakPiG in. If you have any problems rest assured they will be patched quickly. Those of you with a lot of sites to update may wish to wait a few days before upgrading, but it’s your call.

We’ve also now included most of the usage instructions as tooltips within the UI. I’ll update the knowledge base to reflect the latest changes this week.

98% Conversions

CloakPiG is now our best-selling product.  In February, 98% of the people who tried the product for seven days went on to buy the lifetime license. This statistic sums up just how powerful CloakPiG really is and how simple it is to set up and use.

Zero Refunds!

We’ve also haven’t had a single refund request yet on the full license (ok, except for the 2 people who accidentally bought it twice). CloakPiG just works!

CloakPiG 2.0 includes two fantastic new features we’ve already mentioned to you:

Pagerank Hoarder

Everyone knows that too many external links on your site lowers your pagerank. People often attempt to use nofollow tags to ‘sculpt’ pagerank and prevent Google following external links. In our experience this no longer works very well and Google has pretty much admitted that it now follows nofollow (go figure!).

The only sure way to preserve 100% of your pagerank is to have NO external links on your pages but that means no clicks, no affiliate offers and no payday right….?

CloakPiG’s new Pagerank Hoarder technology will identify when Googlebot is visiting your site and display your pages with NO external links.

BUT when a human visitor is identified CloakPiG displays all your links as normal (auto cloaked of course) so you get clicks and of course GET PAID!

Auto Keyword Linking

This powerful new feature will automatically link ANY keyword ANYWHERE on your site to a link of your choice.

You can of course add keywords and links manually to the CloakPiG DB if you really want to but who wants to do that? :)

Instead CloakPiG builds your own auto keyword list every time you add a new link anywhere on your site. ANY other occurrence of the same anchor text in all previous and future posts/pages will then be automatically linked to same url.

You can also export & import your auto keyword lists across all your blogs for hundreds of cloaked affiliate links…

Instant Monetisation!

Price Increase

For those of you who had purchased versions 1.1 or 1.3, you can now download 2.0 at no extra cost. Yay!  Anyone who purchases CloakPiG v2.0 after 11:59pm EST today will be charged $7 for the trial and $77 for a lifetime license.

For your last chance to purchase CloakPiG 2.0 at the bargain current price of $47 (plus $7 trial) please click here.

Thanks and enjoy our best-selling product!

Fiona

I’ve Just Read The Backlink Bible

If you’ve been a member of BlogPiG for a while you’ll know I very rarely send out product reviews.

In fact this is only the 2nd time (I think) that I’ve mentioned a product outside of the BlogPiG stables. (I know PiGs shouldn’t live in stables!)

The main reason for this is simply because most products out there suck so why would I recommend them to you?

But there are exceptions and this is certainly one of those rare exceptions.

I’ve just finished reading an amazing ebook called the Ultimate Link Building Dossier from Duncan Carver.

Read more and buy the book here.

I know Duncan from way back, we were both members of a private IM forum called “Nothing Held Back” which did what it said on the tin (it’s now closed).

Duncan quickly established himself as one of the leading lights in link building community and he has gone from strength to strength ever since.

In his Link Building Dossier Duncan brings together over 10 years of accumulated link building knowledge into one simple guide.

This 200 page book encapsulated almost everything I know and use about link building and added a lot more besides.

Here are a few of the highlights:

  • Why 95% of your working day should be spent building links or generating traffic
  • Why on-page SEO is all but irrelevant
  • How to market every article or post you’ve ever written to 30+ VIDEO sites
  • Why you need to automate to succees in the numbers game
  • Proof that you cannot get too many links too quickly
  • Why directory submission isn’t dead
  • How to market in forums without posting
  • Why EVERY backlink is good link but some are a LOT better than others

It really is very, very good stuff. If there is only one product you’re going to buy this year then please make it this one.

I really mean that and I’m probably going to regret saying this next bit…

Even if you’re already saving up to buy one of MY products, STOP. Use that money to buy this guide instead. You will never get more bang for your buck…

  • Part 1 covers the link building fundamentals, it will be a real eye opener for some of you, it was for me and I’ve been in this game for +10 years.
  • Part 2 covers the link building techniques themselves, it’s ALL in here, nothing is missed.
  • Part 3 helps you build your new found knowledge into a workable strategy for your sites.

It’s really nice to finally read a guide from someone who agrees with the advice I’ve been handing out on a regular basis to the BlogPiG members I’ve chatted to.

You need to “stop sweating the small stuff!”

By which I mean themes, layouts, colours, merchant selection, meta, keyword density etc.

Just get a site up of sufficient quality as quickly as possible. Now focus on getting traffic to this site above everything else.

This of course means getting backlinks.

Feel free to build another site quickly and efficiently in another niche and focus on getting links to that too. Repeat as often as possible until you reach maximum capacity.

I strongly believe that getting traffic i.e. backlinks should be 80-90% of your time, with the remainder spend on site building, on page SEO, design, content etc.

This is completely the opposite to how most people do it and how I used to do it. Duncan goes a step further and advises you spend 95% of your time on backlinks! I won’t disagree.

The trouble with tweaking on-site stuff at the start of a project is that you have no idea what works. You’re flying blind as there is no (or not enough) traffic to get real feedback on your tweak’s effectiveness.

Once you get a site (or network) to a few hundred visitors you can then begin to make changes, try new themes, layouts, different sponsors etc. and you will know if the change is beneficial as the raw data (CTR) will tell you.

This is also why I have designed the BlogPiG products to be very quick and efficient to use.

My plugins help you quickly and efficiently get a site up and running by leveraging – datafeeds, tag analysis, 3rd party comments etc. They are all as close too being completely automated as possible leaving you as much time as you need to go and get new backlinks.

We’ve not focused our plugins on automating the backlink process so far. This book has changed that.

I’m pleases to say our first backlink automation plugin (SocialPiG) is currently in beta testing and the next wave of plugins released by BlogPiG will now ALL be backlink focused.

In the meantime please read Duncan’s Ultimate Link Building Guide and please spend your time (and your money) where it matters most.

Click here to read more reviews

Build fast, build lots, get backlinks, get more backlinks, tweak, repeat, automate, outsource, retire…

Sounds simple? It really can be…

All the best and have a great weekend.

Gary

ps. If you buy it please leave a comment on the post here
pps. If you don’t buy please leave a comment on the post here
ppps. Just go leave a comment already!

Buying an IM Product? First Ask Yourself These 10 Questions!

This is the first post of the year at BlogPiG.com and I hope it finds you very well indeed.

As we all plan and dream for 2011, many of us will consider buying solutions which promise to help us achieve our aims.

Someone in this very position posted this question on a large Internet Marketing forum earlier today:

Do you believe in software making $xx,xxx a month?

This person was fed up with responding to claims such as this by handing over his credit card, only to be disappointed when the product didn’t deliver. I won’t bang on about the morals of this situation here, we all know this selling tactic is used in IM.

Anyway, this question prompted me to say as part of my response:

“People need to realise that claims of vast wealth are not what should influence their purchase decision when considering a product.”

But the promise of earning five figures a month is pretty compelling, right? And if you don’t use the claimed earning potential to assess if the product is right for you, what should you consider?

A lot of you will have learnt this lesson already but I thought I’d share, as humbly as I can, my suggested approach to any purchase of any info product, piece of software or money-making-system on the web.

First of all I would recommend you keep this in mind:

Any software, or indeed info product or system you ever buy should be treated by you as a tool in your toolbox, not as the Holy Grail.

Other tools you will have to rely on are:

  • Knowledge: the information you accumulate on your journey through IM
  • Yourself: your drive, your common sense, your application of knowledge, your action

You need to be up front with yourself about your level of knowledge and you need to be realistic about how much action you can or will take.

Then decide what your next step is within IM. Is it to learn more? Is it to build ten sites? Is it to earn your first $1 or to reach your next $5000? Is it to begin outsourcing or automating more of your work?

Commit to your next step. This next step is now your goal (not earning ‘$63,757’ this month or whatever other random figure someone has planted in your head).

Research your goal and see if you can achieve it without buying a product – I know, a left-field concept from someone who, er, makes and sells products. But really, ask yourself: Have I now got enough knowledge and time to achieve this goal purely through free resources and my own action?

Sometimes the answer will be a pleasantly surprising,’yes!’ In some cases the answer will be no, because your time is just too limited – not enough time to learn more, not enough time to do more. If this is the case, then you can start looking for a product to help you, but you’ll be doing it with more knowledge under your belt.

You’ll also be in control now – you are seeking a product to meet your needs; you are not having a product thrust upon you by someone who knows nothing about your needs, your knowledge level or your ability to take action.

So, you’ve driven your own road to a product you think you need in your tool box. Now, before you hand over your precious cash, here are the top ten questions I’d recommend you ask yourself:

1. Am I clear about what I need the product to do for me?

2. Have I found out about this product through a trusted source e.g. a satisfied customer, a colleague or someone I’ve had positive dealings with before?

3. Do I understand what this product actually does (not the $ it claims it will earn me) e.g. it generates content for my website?

4. Do I understand the non-monetary results I can expect from this product (not the $ it claims to deliver)? e.g. 100 articles per week will be posted to my site

5. Do I understand how much of my time this product will require to get the advertised results?

6. Do I understand who this product is aimed at – novice, intermediate or advanced IMers – and is that person me?

7. Am I confident this product will help me meet my current goal, or am I just hoping it will?

8. Can I afford to do without the money this product will cost me, without going into debt?

9. Do I fully understand the refund policy of this product?

10. Do I honestly have the time to dedicate to this product within the refund period?

Happy with your answers to those questions? Splendid! Then you’ll know to do one of two things; walk away (this will be the most common conclusion you come to) or buy that product and use it immediately!

Do you have any other questions you ask yourself before you buy something?

Do you ever ask a vendor pre-sales questions?

Would you dispute any of the above questions, or agree emphatically with any?

I hope this post helps some people either to make a more informed purchase or to avoid a wasted purchase. Look forward to hearing your thoughts!

Kind regards,

Fiona