Jan. 17, 2013
-- Autoresponder Madness is a guide on how to market to people via email, itself delivered in lessons via email provided by Andre Chaperon. It was unveiled on 20th Oct 2010. It states quite a few benefits, such as teaching a framework of methodologies that'll have your subscribers begging you to e-mail them and how to focus your marketing efforts on establishing, building and nurturing the relationship. Autoresponder Madness is the most recent product to get noticed by users of the LikeMe.net site: http://likeme.net/
LikeMe.net is a top rated Facebook app and social reviews website. Users there are noted for the unbiased and straightforward views which they give on a huge variety of products and services and people. One such illustration of this is the opinion of the users on the Autoresponder Madness review page.
One user comments on the fact that the sales page uses hype to sell: "I thought this was a clever sales page, but very hypey. It starts…". A different user says ., "I have to agree that 'selling with testimonials' isn't the most open way…". See the full comment: http://likeme.net/product/13983/autoresponder-madness/
But what about the views held by Andre Chaperon? They say Autoresponder Madness is "an email marketing course that allows you to make Monster Profits from Tiny Lists". Courageous statements, indeed. No matter whether you agree with that or not, LikeMe.net is the place to discuss it all.
LikeMe.net is a privately owned internet startup. The website provides user generated reviews on a variety of products and people. They integrate with the Facebook API to allow users to easily comment on their Facebook friends.