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I posted something a couple of days ago about a webinar I attended. I just got an email from the promoter asking me for feedback. As someone who sells info products, I was in the process of sending him a link to that post.
Here it is if you want to read what I wrote: http://www.fredgleeck.com/?p=2140
I was just about to send the email. It read: Mr X., If you are truly interested in my honest feedback and aren’t just looking to be “stroked” then click on this link. I warn you that this is information you may not want to hear, etc.”
I was about to send it when I stopped myself. I’m not certain why. Should I have sent it? What would you have done in this situation?
The reason why I held back is I asked myself: What value are delivering to this guy by sending this email? Is he going to change the way he does business? Is he going to “change his evil ways?” I think not. All I’ll do is piss him off by alerting him to what I wrote about his little DEAL.
I did post something on Facebook. The post was targeted to any and everyone who either does or attends webinars. I was HOPING he would see the post and click through and read what I had to say. Maybe he did. Who knows.
If he did, I doubt he would have sent me a THANK YOU email.
Again, what would YOU have done? Should I have sent the email? Or just let it go?