It's been awhile since I looked at any program that used email as its basis. The last time I even looked at marketing gimick was almost a year ago when Instant Buzz
was lauched. That one was a flop. So let's see what Your Lucky List
will bring to the table.
Your Lucky List
was put together by Gary & Jennifer Ambrose, and Donald Rowell. I honestly never heard of Donald Rowell before, but Gary & Jennifer are pretty well known in the Internet Marketing circles. They've put together an email list building process using the typical forced matrix process, however, they've added a twist with a second randomly generated matrix which is supposed to provide anyone with a good chance to send a marketing piece out. Of course, my goal will be to convert some of these email junkies into RSS feed junkies.
If you chose to participate in this experiment, you'll find that it's free to join, but there are some come-ons during the signup process. First, you'll be greated with one of those "One Time" only offers to upgrade at an unheard of
low price. Since this is going to count as my annual marketing experiment, I chose to take the bait and get the master resell rights to some stuff. If you don't want to do that, you're probably saner than I am. Anyway, some of this stuff looks pretty good and where licenses permit, I'm going to make it available for Quikonnex Publishers only in the Forum.
Let the experiment begin!
I have used "YLL" for a while now and I think it is O.K. As for Instant Buzz, I thought it was an Instant success for many, not a flop. However, it seems that NetZero has blocked them for "fraudulant" activity and "phishing" which I have seen NO evidence of whatsoever in the past. I believe they only get your name and e-mail. I may be wrong. Is it true? Are they phishing, or is NetZero's security dept. just crazy? If they're phishing, then that should be stopped immediatley.
I can't wait to see how this turns out Jim.
I received the same invitation that you probably did. I had a look at it, but didn't sign up. So, I am really interested in knowing what you think of it.