Monday, August 18, 2008

I Choose to be OPTIMISTIC

Upon searching Google on "How to be a Black Widow partner in the Spiderweb Marketing System and how Direct Matches* really works,I found this blog where the author is definitely not a big fan of the system. I guess here are some of his reasons (I'm not really sure, though :-P):

1. That the Spiderweb System is not 100% free.

My comment: The Spiderweb System is 100% free but some of the "streams" are not. Yes, you can sign up on them for free but there is also an option to upgrade to be able to get the most out of those streams. I chose not to upgrade in any of the streams since I was told in the video that it is 100% free and I want to make it work that way. I never paid for anything there and yet I was able to set up most of the accounts.


(To all the people who chose to upgrade in the streams that need to be upgraded, good for you. I wish you all the best!)


2. The automated blogs created for you which makes it appear as though you posted all those. The author calls it "Blog infestation." He says that there is a moral issue because when they visit that blog, the readers assume that it's a real live person's journey.

My comment: I will have to agree with that but I don't see a moral issue here - more like, amoral maybe. I don't want to be a faithful reader of a person's blog and then later on, find out that it's automated. Maybe it's not a big deal to those who are not in the blogging world but to me, personally, it is. I have nothing against those who have automated blogs for the system. It's just my personal opinion as a blogger. On the other hand, if people think that it's the best way on how they can promote their system, then let their conscience decide for them. There might be a bit of "deception" but isn't that what all advertisers do? It's just like making a cookie look bigger on a TV commercial. Oh well, people are different!

3. Spamming members at Direct Matches and Yuwie.

My comment: I hate spammers but I spam my friends and leave a note at the bottom of the message saying, "hey, sorry for spamming." I know it doesn't make sense but it's working for me!

Anyway, I'm not really sure if these are his reasons. One thing I am sure of is that whatever reviews I read about the Spiderweb system, I still choose to be a member of it. I am listening to Kimball Roundy right now on his recorded Telecast and I still think that the system is great. I'm actually glad that I was referred to that system because that's where I found one of the streams that I am happy to become a member of which is Zenzuu. I met some nice people there on my first week of membership.

I choose to be optimistic because I've got nothing to lose. If in the end, the system fails (which I doubt), then I can go on with life with no regrets.

NOTE: I have nothing against the author. Actually, I just bookmarked his page as it is very informative. You might want to check it out. Click on this: http://online-social-networking.com

Do you have your own world-wide-web yet?







1 comment:

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