SEO Zen - New SEO Product
In the last week or so I've received at least 3 emails from people wanting my opinion of Alex Cass and Becker's new product SEO Zen.
http://seozenlaunch.com/zenpro/index.html (No affiliation)
Alex Becker has a TON of credibility with SEO using mostly grey and black hat techniques. Like it or love it, he has helped a ton of people rank using his techniques.
I have no idea if this product works, and I don't plan on buying it. This is not something I like to endorse because I'm not a fan of approaching SEO in this way. I also don't like the demo used in the video. (Of course it's easy to rank for a phrase few people are searching for.) Plus they used someone's comment as a "review" when it wasn't really a review. The person hadn't even bought it yet.
No doubt they are selling a ton of these copies because of the credibility Alex has built up in the SEO community, but I would love to know what you guys think. Would you ever buy something like this knowing what we know about SEO now?
Hi, personally my answer is NO. Because I've never bought any SEO product. I don't feel like doing it now.. :-)
But as a comment, this page looks so BS.. Typical of long sales pages.. And the guy puts on a suit and tie just to look serious and professional.. This doesn't work on me. But yes, he's probably selling a lot especially since they do pre-planned launch, so a lot of people who have mailing lists are promoting all at the same time.. I'm not doing it, but I should have I guess.
It's well done and is interesting to study the sales page and how it is structured, but I'm not interested in buying.
Last edited by James Colin; 10-13-2013 at 12:06 PM.
Agree. And yes... I must admit they did a good job on the sales page.
IMO, that sales page is just straight up ridiculous, probably the longest sales page I have ever witnessed. Watching that scrollbar get smaller and smaller as the page loaded just asks "why doesn't the product speak for itself?" Why does there have to be 60+ Pages to read? To me that is just insane. When I see things like that, I don't even bother reading them. I interpret that as the equivalent of someone trying to con me into buying something by talking for an hour. Just tell me to build a Silo Site, and if I am interested, I will research it, and if I want / need help making one, I now know where to go.
Yep, I hear ya. But just reading the comments you can tell people are sold on it simply because of Alex's credibility.
Originally Posted by PROmotions LLC