Inside Email Marketing Review

Inside Email Marketing is a training course by Max Stryker and Tim Bekker that teaches users how to market their products through email.

What does the product offer?

Inside Email Marketing comes in the form of five PDF manuals written by Max Stryker and Tim Bekker. Max Stryker and Tim Bekker claim that the material will teach users everything that they need to know over 5 modules starting with an introduction and then covering subjects such as The Game of Email Marketing, List Building Basics and Email Copywriting.

How does the product work?

Inside Email Marketing is based around the knowledge of Max Stryker and Tim Bekker, and through the product they say that you will master thirteen key elements of email and online marketing. This includes Copywriting, List Management and Product Development. The content itself isn’t overly substantial running to a total of 46 pages.

What is the initial investment?

Inside email marketing is available for just $7 and comes with a full 60 day money back guarantee as the product is sold through Clickbank.

What is the rate of return?

As Inside Email Marketing is a training course you can expect results to be qualitative rather than quantitative. That having been said Max Stryker and Tim Bekker do say that an alleged recent Direct Marketing Association study showed that for every dollar spent on direct email marketing generated $41.

Conclusion

In terms of the content of Inside Email Marketing, it seems to be rather basic in terms of content and anybody who has been involved with affiliate marketing for any length of time, a fact which is reflected in the price. The fact is Max Stryker and Tim Bekker have made Inside Email Marketing available at a very low price making it very accessible to the beginners it appears to be designed for.

In terms of the alleged study by the Direct Marketing Association, there doesn’t seem to be any evidence of such a study online with the only other citations being on other email marketing products web pages. This is something of a disconcerting fact given it is one of the main selling points of the product.

 

 

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