Product Name: My Digital Dispatch
Product Owner: Socrates Socratous, some guy named Mark
Advertised Price: $97
What Is It?
Software that is supposed to help you automate the delivery of your digital information product business.
I did not purchase this software because it's quite pricey and I'm on a budget this month with tax season this month. However, I've collected quite a bit of information about the product and what they offer. While the idea sounds great, the focus on automation is a huge red flag for me.
This is likely exaggerated advertising, as is common in the internet marketing space. Also, if you are looking to create a high quality business selling digital information products, then I do not believe a $97 dollar product will be able to do much for you.
Before You Buy
The sales page was surprisingly short, and did not involve a bunch of annoying sales videos like I usually have to sit through with reviews. The sales pages was up front about what the product offered, and contained much less hype than is usual with these products. However, the simplicity of the sales page gave me the impression that there was not a lot of effort put into this product or the sales of it.
What I Liked
This was a unique product in that it wasn't marketed as a “make a million dollars over night” product like usually comes through my inbox. There absence of the maze of product upsells, downsells, and one time offers was also nice. Socrates was very clear about what he offered, and how much it was going to cost.
What I Didn't Like
I found out about My Digital Dispatch from a marketing email that snuck into my real inbox. I usually have all these scammy internet marketing products sent to a special Gmail account I use just for junk. Someone named “Mark” kept sending me these emails, so I decided to do a review. In the screenshots below you can see that his email address is from mydigitaldispatch.com, so he someone working for the website.
Not only was Mark trying to get me to by My Digital Dispatch, but he was also trying to scam me into buying other junk as well. I see this all the time in my junk email account. How can MDD really endorse this type of email marketing if they are a legit company?
Too Much Junk
MDD offers eight bonuses with their product. EIGHT! I understand that offering some cool stuff along with an already great product can help increase sales. It's a common marketing tactic. But when someone has to offer eight separate bonuses to make their product seem attractive, this is a red flag.
Other Junk From Socrates
Socrates Soctratous is another serial product creator and comes out with something new every couple of months. The sales page and screen captures give me the impression that this was something that was outsourced or slammed out in a few days just to keep money flowing in.
Obviously, I haven't purchased the product so I can't make a final decision on whether it's good, bad, or delivers on it's promises.
But there are a lot of red flags to be aware of. If you are a total newbie in online business, then KNOW this is not something you should purchase. If you have a digital information product you want to sell or already sell a variety of ebooks online, $97 is a drop in the bucket and could be worth checking out.
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