Product Name: Email Promo Club
Product Owner: Edmund Loh
Advertised Price: $27
What is it?
Email Promo Club is a video that teaches some basic email marketing advice. The video focuses on quality and more personalized email marketing campaigns.
Email Promo Club suffers from being overpriced, vague and inconsistent. Before you spend your money on this product you should consider one the many better alternatives. When you buy this product you're basically paying $27 for an hour long video that talks about writing emails. Obviously that's a waste of time and money.
Before You Buy
If you want to know more about effective email marketing then you should take a look at Andre Chaperon’s Autoresponder Madness. It’s considered to be the email marketing guide.
Autoresponder Madness touches on all aspects of writing emails for email marketing from beginning to end. If you want to improve your email marketing you will have to read it at some point. There’s no doubt about that. It doesn't tell you the technical stuff of how to set up a list, but it does cover in great detail how to engage with your list.
If you need to know how to set up your website and build a list from scratch, then you should read my review of Income Blueprint X. It's my #1 recommendation for learning how to build a list.
What I Liked
Depending on your level of experience you might find some worthwhile information inside Email Promo Club.
Learn to Write Better Emails
Email is touted as the most effective and most important tool for online businesses. Therefore, writing good emails is a must. Easier said than done.
The best part of Email Promo Club is that you can learn to write better, more effective emails.
Writing a good email takes knowledge and experience. Luckily, the creator of this product has both. And it’s obvious. Watching the video I was pleased to see that it touched on all the most important email writing topics; good subject lines, better call to actions and personalized responses.
Although it’s only a short video, the most important stuff is covered.
What I Didn't Like
I really wanted to give this product a better rating, unfortunately there are just too many strikes against it.
While this video does contain some specific ideas for crafting better, more personalized emails, the rest of the information is pretty general. The video mainly discusses tactics for crafting your emails, not strategic advice for managing auto-responders and subscriber lists.
Essentially, Email Promo Club is a video that teaches you how to write better emails. It’s definitely not something I would classify as an email marketing tutorial.
There was a lot of inconsistency with this product. For starters, the video in the members area says the product is called Email Marketing Mastery. It wasn’t until I started watching the video that I realized it was actually called something entirely different from what I had just bought.
Everything on the salespage, members area and even the receipt show the name Email Promo Club. However, once you start the video you’re told you’re watching Email Marketing Mastery.
Now that in itself isn’t a big deal, sometimes it happens with products. I don’t like it, but it’s nothing I’d call attention to by itself. But when you add that to all the other inconsistencies, things start to get a little worrisome.
Another thing I noticed in the members area was this little guy at the bottom of the page.
Rick Hean. I have no idea who that is. That name is nowhere else on this product. But I noticed the video was hosted on YouTube, thanks to the handy dandy icon on the player. So I decided to click it and see who owns the channel that the video is hosted on.
What I found was that a guy named Edmund Loh actually owns that video. Also, the receipt shows that my payment went to a Yi Wan Loh. Okay, so there’s a little bit of consistency; the last name.
But all of this throws up a lot of red flags.
The only thing I could find is that Edmund Loh is a marketer. His YouTube channels shows various other videos, some of which discuss advertising and email marketing. So I’m confident he’s the creator. I just understand why there's so many different names associated with this product. Perhaps is was some kind of PLR or white label thing that was just half-assed.
Normally when a product is offered on video, instead of text, I consider that a good thing. But creating a video product isn’t always enough. Sometimes there’s quality issues and that’s what happened with Email Promo Club’s video.
In this case though, the quality problem comes from the audio.
Instead of hiring a voice-over artist, or doing it himself, Edmund chose to use a speech-to-text reader, which creates a very robotic sounding voice.
Sometimes quality issues like this aren’t that bad. However in this case it was horrible. The voice was difficult to understand most times, and of course, puts emphasis on all the wrong words.
A beginner trying to learn this information, would likely find it impossible to follow.
Charging $27 for this product is outrageous. Similar products tend to go for around $7. And some of those are much better than this one.
The odd thing is that there was no attempt to make you feel like you’re getting a good value. When you login to the members area there’s just one, hour long video. That’s it.
For the price I expected more. Much more.
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