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Has anyone ever heard of eminisniper.com?

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The hype is over. Eminisniper room before had up to 60 payed subscribers and now there are only 10 to 15 anymore.

I don't think that is because it's such a profitable system.

I hate bringing old threads up and i know this member is revoked so he may not read this reply, but i have one word for you: marketing. Any products will have it's fans and its haters. A product's success (not only in trading but many other niches) has less to do with the profitability (usability, results, etc) and more to do with how you sell it.

Currently the eminisniper site does not inspire trust, and neither is the price. A more professionally designed website would inspire more trust. A higher price tag would keep away tire kickers that only pay to have a look and hardly intend to learn and understand it, or worse, are more eager to see it fail then work. Not to say that a high price would rather make people say "it must be good if is so expensive" instead of "it must be crap if is so cheap". I have seen products (not trading related) selling for $1000 and being praised even if it were crap, or, let's say, at least as good as cheaper/free alternatives.

I have no idea how good this system is, but they can get more subscribers if they do something about how they sell it and not specially about how it works.

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