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I want to give you a few tips in order to not be bamboozled and lose your money to a fake or false or phony pickup product.
Now, there are two kinds of pickup products out there.
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There are real pickup products made by real guys that really go out and meet real girls, and then, there are Internet marketing products that have a thin veneer of pickup around them.
Real Pickup Guys vs. Internet Marketers
Basically, these Internet marketing products are made by guys that just sit in a chair, don’t actually go out and meet real women.
Maybe they have a passing theoretical armchair interest in girls, but they don’t really have any real experience. They’re just scraping the other free content off Internet, slapping it together in a quick product, and they spend all their time on Internet marketing to lure you in with a quick fix magic bullet and get you to pay them $79.95 and part with your money, and then they run off.
Now, a guy who is really into pickup, he’s going to actually go out there and meet girls, and of course Internet marketers are not going to do that.
The guy who is really into pickup, he’s going to base his product on his real experience and his love for the sport, and what he’s really doing as an outflow, as an outpouring of his energy, and what he’s really interested in.
Just like if there was a guy who just loves snowboarding and he’s spent the last 10 years of his life snowboarding every weekend, he might want to share his experiences. He might want to share his love, his passion for the sport, maybe help out new guys that are into it, whereas the Internet marketer has no love, no passion for that sport. It’s just that he only sees it as dollar signs, as a way to sucker people into giving him money.
The 90 / 10 Rule
Now, the guy who is really into pickup, he might put 70 percent to 90 percent of his effort into the pickup program, his creation. It’s his baby. It’s his expression of who he is, and maybe 10 percent into Internet marketing just to get his name out there so people can see it and discover him.
Whereas the Internet marketer, it’s flipped. He might spend 70 percent to 90 percent of his time solely doing the Internet marketing and only 10 percent of his time on the program because he’s not interested in the program. To him, the content of the program is a cost. It’s a cost that he has to shell out, maybe pay someone to write it for him.
So, he has every incentive to make it short and little and lame as possible. He doesn’t really care. Once he’s got your money, he can run off with the money. He doesn’t really care about the program.
The guy who is really into pickup, he might see marketing as necessary evil. It’s not a high priority to him because he’s actually going out. He’s a busy guy.
Whereas the Internet marketer, he sees the program as a necessary evil because he just wants to spend all his time doing marketing.
The guy who’s really into pickup, he loves the output, he loves creating value. He loves helping people out. He loves seeing people transform.
Whereas for the Internet marketer, that value creation, that content creation again is a burden. It’s a cost of his business that he’d rather not deal with.
The guy who’s really into pickup, he wants his students to succeed. He might have like a forum to help people out. He might give free coaching for people who purchase his programs. He might do phone coaching.
Whereas the Internet marketer once you purchase his program, he wants to have nothing to do with you. He never wants to see you again. You are simply a prospect, and after making that purchase, now you are a burden. You might be asking him for support, that’s a cost, so he never wants to deal with you again. That’s the big difference.
The guy who’s really into pickup, he’s going to make more realistic claims. He’s going to say something to the effect, “Yeah. I might have the fastest way to getting laid, but it’s going to take you some time and effort.” So, he’s going to be real with you.
Whereas the Internet marketer, he doesn’t care about reality. He just wants to sell people the quickest solution. He wants to button push them, hype things up saying,
“Learn this 5-minute where it’s like having a pussy magnet in your hands. You just point this pussy magnet to the girl, and she’ll just dump on your dick. Point it at the hot model, and she’ll jump on your dick. Point it at your ex-model, and she’ll jump on your dick. Point it at your friends’ wives, and they’ll jump on your dick.”
He’ll make like extremely ridiculous claims that don’t pan out in reality.
Just like the Internet marketer will say stuff like, “Oh, you want washboard abs? Well, just take this caffeine pill.” Of course, that’s not going to work.
Whereas the guy who’s really into pickup, he’s going to make more realistic claims about what you can achieve and not just sell some trash ideas to try to make you buy.
What these companies do is that they’ll just go from niche to niche to niche to niche.
So, the Internet marketer might start off with creating a business program, and he’ll work on that for six months. And then, he’s thinking to himself, “Okay. How am I gonna make money? I’m going to dating niche, so I’ll just slap together some crap real fast.” He’ll pitch that for six months until that burns on, and then, he might jump over to dog grooming, dog grooming product or whatever it is.
These guys have no investment in your success. They have no investment in pushing what can be done in pickup to the next level. They don’t care about that.
They’re just looking at the dollar signs, and these guys will self-rationalize their behavior to themselves because no guy wants to think, “Oh, yeah. I’m just an Internet marketer. You’re scamming people.” People want to see themselves as the good guys.
So, I’ve seen this happen where these Internet marketers will start making rationalizations to themselves.
One is that, “All people are just stupid. I’m the only smart guy because I outwitted all of them. I outboxed all of them. I made the money, they deserve to be fucked over.”
So, a lot of these guys generally knew their customers as being dumbasses, and in more general terms, they view humanity in a very dim light as well, or they will say to themselves like, “People pay for the experience of purchasing the solution, not the solution itself.”
Basically, they’ll tell themselves that people just want that feeling of parting with their money. They don’t really care about making progress or the solution, and they’ll tell themselves things like that, so they come out like a chimp.
Just like if someone is sending spam mail as their profession. They’re professional spammer. They might come up with reasons. “Oh, humanity is dumb. They deserve what they get. They deserve to get my spam. I’m really helping people.” They’ll make all these rationalizations as to why they are the good guy.
Is Internet Marketing Good or Bad
Now, where do I fall down on Internet marketing? Well, I am not against Internet marketing.
There are plenty of guys that you have never heard of that are great. They can really teach you a lot of things. They are natural. They can even be good teachers. You have never heard of them, and you will never hear of them simply because they don’t do any Internet marketing. They remain completely anonymous.
So, it’s a good thing to have a little bit of Internet marketing, put your name out there, so that people can find you.
I even view hype like a little bit of hype as a necessary evil that can actually be a good thing because a lot of guys are coming from a very low form of consciousness. They don’t want to put in any time or effort. They just want the magic pill solution where they’re going to get laid in five minutes. They don’t have to change anything about themselves.
So, from certain angles, you can kind of draw those people in like say, “Hey, I’m gonna get you laid in a couple of weeks.” You can draw them in, and then, once they get inside of your program, then you feed them the real medicine.
Then, you say, “Okay, it’s actually going to take you time and effort. I’m going to help you get there. I’m going to help make the changes, so it draws the person and transform yourself.” So, you can actually draw in people that are in a form of low consciousness state and actually pull them in, give them the real medicine, and then really transform them. You can transform people that normally would not have found you would not have been transformed otherwise.
So, a little bit of Internet marketing can be a very good thing.
The problem is when it becomes the all-encompassing thing when the Internet marketer doesn’t care about you, doesn’t care about the product. He doesn’t care about the program. He doesn’t care about transforming people. He just wants to take the money and run.
Now, how can you tell them apart?
Well, has the company been around for more than 10 years like Seduction Science, for instance, or is it a fly-by-night operation? That’s pretty obvious.
Does the guru show videos of himself?
Does he actually put up videos or is he just like there’s no picture, no videos, no nothing, or maybe it’s like a grainy single photo? That’s a way to tell if they are an Internet marketer and scamming.
Is the video sales letter made with cartoon animations?
That’s a very big giveaway. If you see cartoon animations making these incredible promises, you see these funny-looking guy that looks like Papa Smurf or something, he’s bowling and he looks like Average Joe and he points the pussy magnet at a cartoon girl, a fantasy girl with big boobs, big cartoon girl, and she jumps up on his cartoon dick? That’s a total giveaway that this is just Internet marketing.
Is the story too good to be true?
Are there big promises like promise is the marketing copy or is the video sales letter telling you things like, “I learned this trick in five minutes where I just point the pussy magnet at a girl, and she jumps on my dick.” If it sounds too good to be true, obviously, it’s too good to be true because there’s no trick that’s going to make a loser guy or just Average Joe fuck supermodels one after another with a five-minute trick. It simply doesn’t exist.
Do they give a hero’s story like a ridiculous hero story in the video sales letter?
Hero story is used a lot by Internet marketers. Basically, it starts off with, “I sucked with girls. I couldn’t even get a date. I couldn’t get girls to even pay attention to me.” And then, I went up on a mountain, and I discovered these little secrets. And after I discovered the secret, I came down from the mountain, and I was getting laid like crazy. I was fucking supermodels. I was fucking my ex-girlfriends. I was fucking my friends’ wives.” And all this other stuff like some ridiculous story. A hero story going from zero to hero. That’s a giveaway that it’s Internet marketing, and its’ completely fake, and it’s not a real person behind it. It’s written by an Internet marketer.
Is the guy actually interested in teaching students?
Is there a way to follow up with students or is it just a one-time shot deal? So, is it like you pay $79.95 and there’s no follow-up, there’s no additional coaching, there’s no forum, there’s no back and forth with the guru? Before you can actually communicate, you’re communicating, there’s a forum, there’s support, the guy is actually genuinely interested in you succeeding.
Usually if the guy has actually created his own content and he’s passionate about what he’s done, he gets excited when new people come in and are following him and trying out his content. That excites him because he must see people enjoy the same experience that he’s enjoying.
Just like if you are a professional snowboarder and someone comes down the hill and is interested n learning from you, you’ll get excited teaching that person whereas the Internet marketer doesn’t feel that excitement at all. You are just a problem to him after you make a purchase. He wants to have nothing to do with you because he’s not interested in the subject.
Is the course complete?
This is a big one. Do you pay – Are you paying for the course or is it like you pay in installments of $69.95 or whatever?
So, you’re going to pay for the secret tip, and then, they’re going to give you another secret tip every month for $70. They kind of artificially break up the course over 12 months of payments.
Basically, they want to extract $1,000 from you over the course of a year, but they don’t want you to feel the sting of $1,000 all at once. They kind of want to hope that you won’t notice that they’re taking the money. So, they’re going to break the course up into these artificially segmented modules instead of giving it to you all at once. It’s another giveaway that it’s pure Internet marketing.
And just generally, what is in their heart?
What is in their heart? Are they there to create value? Are they there to actually help students? Is the guy creating this program genuinely interested? Is it his passion? Does he love giving that outflow of energy in creating his videos or is their heart just in seeing people as prospects, taking their money and running?
So, you know, you’re a pretty smart guy, probably. So, you’re probably know a lot of the stuff, but still it’s kind of good to remind yourself, that’s kind of why I’m putting out this video just to really solidify some of these ideas because you might know them vaguely, but it’s good to really get them solid.
Now myself, personally I really hate to do Internet marketing. I feel like it’s a waste of time. Maybe if I have a list of 10 priorities, it would be my tenth priority.
There’s a lot of other things I got to do. I’d rather, you know, go out and meet girls. I’d rather go on date to dates. I’d rather create a video for you guys. I’d rather write down some of the things I’m doing and develop a program out of that.
There’s a lot of things I’d rather be doing than Internet marketing, but again, I kind of forced myself to learn a little bit of it simply because I need to put myself out there a little bit and sometimes I want to draw in the people who are in that lower consciousness state of their looking for the magic pill, and I can actually get them through the door and then feed them the real medicine. I can actually reach people that I wouldn’t normally reach otherwise without the Internet marketing. So, it is an important tool, even though it’s not like the top thing that I’m looking forward to do.
Ideally, I kind of think that people should just come to my site, realize that it’s quality stuff when they see it, and avoid the crap, but I know that this is not an ideal world.
A lot of people are coming from that state of low consciousness, and a lot of people are busy. They don’t have time to evaluate all the programs, so to me, Internet marketing is a necessary evil, and I try to enjoy it when I can and learn it here and there.
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So, I hope you enjoyed this video. Hopefully, it will help you from being bamboozled or if you know someone, a friend, who’s new to the game, you can show them this video to help them, guide them, steer them from not stepping on a landmine, some of this Internet marketing bullshit that you’re going to find out there.