No matter how good a product is if the customer support isn’t there,
the product vendor has a history of abandoning products a month
after launch or spams everyone to death afterwards then you’ve shot
yourself in the syndlab 2.0 review .
Check out previous products and see what the refund rate is like.
Google their name for reviews and opinions on them.
Check forums in your niche to see what people say.
Join their mailing list or buy a previous product to see how they
I’ve made this costly mistake in the past by promoting a product that
was good on frst use but that actually had many major flaws and the
vendor had a chequered history.
Cost me a lot of fans – don’t make this mistake. Put an extra hour or so
into researching your product. I touched on this above but it’s worth mentioning again (and again and
again). Products MUST solve problems your syndlab 2.0 review have.
And it must be a problem they are very aware they have and actively
looking for a solution to otherwise they aren’t going to buy from you.
If someone hasn’t yet realized they have a problem they don’t feel like
they need a solution.
No one buys digital products for the sake of buying them (unless they
are an addict and that’s a problem in itself) so you’re going to struggle
even the most amazing one to them. Sales page looking good and syndlab 2.0 review being good isn’t the only thing to
What’s the whole set up like? Are there 27 one time offers to go
through? Can you instantly access the product after purchase? Do you
get what you were promised or need to chase it up?
If the set up annoys you it’s going to annoy your audience even more.
So even if you got a review copy and are happy with the product still go
through the complete process to see what happens.