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discuss Anyone heard of "Funnel Hacking"? Sounds like the new marketing scam...

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All of the red flags of a BS laden scam are here:
- sudden floods of "success stories" on a concept that claims to be brand new
- tons of testimonials all over the web, yet not even 1 review or criticism.
- no details about what it reall is it anywhere -- it seems to be a pile of buzzwords and overly excited motivational speakers
- lots of "get rich quick" statements, yet no background or details

Anyone been to one of these high priced sales pitches?

https://funnelhacking.com
 
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techname

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techname

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By way of follow up to my post above, perhaps these conferences are scams, but funnel hacking appears to just be researching how your best competitors are making sales and copying their most profitable methods.
The article above provides many links to tools that help you "hack in" to your competitors' sites, to see what's going on.
 
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Thanks techname. I'm guessing that they'll be selling some of those tools for $10k or more, on those promises that everyone will be making $100k/month soon after.