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Launch: An Internet Millionaire's Secret Formula to Sell Almost Anything Online, Build a Business You Love and Live the Life of Your Dreams by Walker, Jeff (November 20, 2014)

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  • By copywriter on June 29, 2014

    Boy, the great reviews are pouring in. For a book that just launched. It's already #1 on Amazon under "Marketing for Small Businesses."It's not surprising then to learn the book is about Internet Marketing and a formula for launching products.Read the "Look Inside" pages on Amazon and you can see the author creates information products to be sold on the Internet. He explains how he sent out an email for an info product that didn't yet exist and made $34,000 in a week.Oh, he goes on to claim greater successes too.He also cites an example of where someone had to take out a loan from relatives to purchase his course materials because they're not cheap.Yep, most of the content is about how he's raking in the dough.So why so many popular reviews?One of the reviews mentions a Product Formula Launch coach.The author certifies people to be "Product Launch Managers.I imagine some of the reviewers fall under that category. And most are receiving an incentive of one sort of another.Note the very first review for this book is a verified purchase that states:"The entire book is an advert for the author's website. It is a complete scam. Beautiful cover nothing within. Only a con artist would dare do this. Rubbish. One star for the cover it is compelling....0 for the missing launch material."

  • By Vashti on June 19, 2014

    I got this book to add to my teaching materials.It arrived today and I was really excited to go through it to present some of these ideas to my students and have them purchase copies...until I started to speed read it. The entire book is an advert for the author's website. It is a complete scam. Beautiful cover nothing within. Only a con artist would dare do this. Rubbish. One star for the cover it is compelling....0 for the missing launch material.

  • By Anne P. Mitchell on June 19, 2014

    First, let me qualify myself: I have been an entrepeneur and business person for more than 20 years. I was a reader for and mentioned in Guy Kawasaki's "Art of the Start". My point is, I know a thing or two about launching and bringing a business to fruition, and making a successful go of it.In my opinion, Jeff Walker's "Launch" is right up there with Kawasaki's "Art of the Start" as a must-have "how to" business book. In fact, for anybody starting or rebooting a business - especially an online business - those two books, together, will give any motivated entrepreneur or businessperson all the information and foundation they need. Launch in particular is *the* book for someone looking to start or grow an online business.And here's the thing - Walker doesn't just talk the talk - he has clearly walked the walk. And he leads you through how to create a successful launch, step-by-step. And he's not just some man behind the curtain - the book points out that you can find him - and access free resources - at his websites.Old school marketers and business people often don't get that the Internet is a different beast. There is an entirely separate "Internet economy", and the business dynamics on the Internet are different. In short, how to successfully conduct business on the Internet is different. Walker explains how to do this in Launch.If you are an Internet business person, or want to to be, then you should get and *read* Launch - now.

  • By Mike on September 11, 2014

    Well... I liked it, but... Let me start by saying that I don't review much, but I felt compelled to write on this one due to all of the five stars out there for Jeff Walker. I think there are a) either a lot of Jeff Walker zealots out there or b) there was some type of incentive to give Launch a 5-star review. A little background - I own a successful software company. We delve into all types of ventures -- I like the space and I'm intrigued by new ways to market our business. Everything from Pay Per Click (PPC) to Organic Search (SEO) to Email campaigns to Webinars to Blogs. We've done them all and continue to do so with success; however, we're learning every day. Jeff makes web marketing seem easy. You just connect the dots when it's time to make some money. Oh, btw, if it doesn't seem that easy to you sign up for Jeff's Product Launch Formula. This book is a soft sell for that product. If you finish this book and look back it's actually a step-by-step process of his outline for building authority, trust, suspense, etc. At the end I felt like I got played and just laughed to myself.Having said that, Jeff has ideas that may work. I'm not sure I'd use them, but they may work. His general premise is to compile a good list and give the users good content. Some of it for free before you hit them with your offer. Get some feedback and tweak it. To do this there are some general steps to follow. I believe I read this in a prior review: Jeff glances over the part about creating a good list. What if you don't have a good list? Well, that's easy! Just start calling on your social media friends to subscribe to your offering! Way back in my day when I started selling we called this 'The Friends and Family Plan'. Did you ever have a friend come to you because they just started selling insurance? Yeah, it's like that. The thing is, I like my friends, or at least most of them. So, unless you have a good list you're starting in the hole. There is another option: Jeff does give you some ideas on creating your lists. I'm not sure this is the method I would follow, but it's there. Build your lists and come back to this book when you've built up a solid base.I've read a ton of books on these types of subjects. Believe it or not, if you're into this type of marketing your may want to read the 4 Hour Work Week by Tim Ferris. It's the same idea, but I liked it better. Here's the other thing that I've learned along the way: You don't have to do all of this yourself. It literally took me years to figure this out. There are plenty of freelance sites out there that you can source literally every step of this process for real cheap, and you take on a management role saving yourself a ton of time with better results.In short, I'm not saying I hated it. I'm merely saying that I most likely won't be using Jeff's ideas, nor will I be signing up for his Product Launch Formula.Update -- It looks like anything but 5-star reviews are getting pushed down by quick one or two sentence reviews that add nothing. Something is definitely going on here... Buyer beware


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