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this is a really bad book the worse I have ever read, it doesn't tell how to get a product that will sell you need to have one yourself I need some advice on how to choose a product it doesn't tell nothing blah blah blah that is what he says
Nothing concrete all pie in the sky. I got BAMBOOZLED into buying this abysmal eBook because the author said something that struck a chord with me. After I purchased the Million $$ nonsense it was all downhill.
Book is all over the place, very disorganized. Same concepts repeated continually, not grouped based on topic. Tons of focus placed on other people he knows or knows of, and himself. Less meat on the details that matter. If you choose to read this book, consider taking notes and then reorganizing the info so it’s useable.
Overall the book is easy reading which is good because it's basically the same simple principal over and over. It emphasis building good customer loyalty through product launch, has some good nuggets about building momentum, keeping customers connected to your brand but overall I really feel like the book can be condensed to about 3 or 4 chapters. If you are specifically trying to build an amazon.com product fulfillment business then most of the principles apply quite well. However, most other business plans don't readily map. The principles are good and well written when they are not obvious but the book is almost 100% void on actual steps. A lot of recycled thoughts presented over and over with slightly different adjectives. If you could get rid of the fluff this would be a great business journal article instead of 200-ish page book trying be more than what in the introduction. The author appears to be an expert on getting high reviews to promote products, and I do not doubt him on his skill there. I mean a lot of these high reviews seem to not even reflect what's in the book.