PRLog - July 10, 2012 - BUTLER, Pa. -- LikeMe.net is a leading Facebook application and community product reviews website. It encourages consumers to leave product reviews and feedback on products and individuals. The reviews can be light hearted and entertaining. A good illustration of a review on the site that embodies the ideals of LikeMe.net is one on Cruise Control Diet: http://likeme.net/
cruise control diet
Cruise Control Diet is a downloadable electronic course on how to lose belly fat without hunger, willpower, fad dieting, or dangerous diet pills. It was released by James Ward on 4th Jan 2012.
A couple of people on LikeMe.net have given their point of view on Cruise Control Diet. The first one commented on the intro video, saying they liked the style and some of the tips given: "I liked the story of the buy in the intro video. It was…". The second said that the website is simple but effective and the "diet for life" part of the intro video rings true., "Actually, I liked this site. It's very simple, obviously, with it mainly just…". Read on: http://likeme.net/
Not surprisingly, such sentiments aren't felt by the product's author, James Ward. What is their promise? That Cruise Control Diet is "a course on how to lose (at least) 30 pounds in the next 8 weeks even If You've Been Yo-Yo Dieting for Years, Have a Slow Metabolism, or Hardly Any Willpower." Brave words certainly.
Everyone who has used this product, has an interest in it, or has experience with the author James Ward, may like to go to the web page on LikeMe.net and engage in the debate.
LikeMe.net is a private internet start-up. Their site provides user reviews on many types of products and people. The site is integrated with the Facebook API to allow end users to effortlessly comment on their Facebook friends.