Having joined Stephanie Mulac's Ultimate Blogging Giveaway today, I spend the afternoon going through the products in the giveaway. On the first glance, it was quite impressive, there are almost 50 pages of products from contributors. On closer inspection, some of the products are given away by multiple contributors. Still, there remained a lot of interesting downloads about blogging. Some of these came with Private Label Rights, others came with Master Resell Rights.
So I thought I would just pick a few products that interest me, and what do you know? Some internet marketers forgot their opt-in form and they were trying to tell people to subscribe to their list. Others probably pasted the html code, but the opt-in form was not showing up on the page. I found it amusing more than anything and I am left wondering who this people thought they were kidding.
I do not support the fake until you make it school of thought. There is nothing wrong with starting out as a newbie, we have all been there and done that. Just don't try to fake it, even reading the copy doesn't sound natural. Be yourself, set up your website that reflects your passions and just go with the flow. You will get more done that way and people will not be laughing at you.
Anyway, back to the giveaway, there are some nice downloads, and some duds. But if you got nothing to do, take a look at it. It is good for a laugh anyway. The link is here, Ultimate Blogging Giveaway.
Unfortunately, this giveaway isn't managed well and I am kinda disappointed that this was Stephanie Mulac's giveaway. She ought to know better.