Hey guys. I’ve been excited about this post. Today I will be reviewing Kam Fatz’s 14-Day Quick Listbuilding Challenge. Let’s start.
Kam Fatz is the creator of two PLR email products that I’ve reviewed on this blog. Those products are Free Traffic Resources and Lost Affiliate Secrets.
When Kam comes out with a PLR email series, I make sure I grab it so I can learn from it and use it.
The General Overview
There are 14 email messages in 14-Day Quick Listbuilding Challenge.
All emails come in the form of a Word document (.docx), Open Document (.odt), Rich Text Format (.rtf), and Text (.txt).
All of the emails are together within each document. None of the emails are separated from the document(s) in a 1-of-1 fashion for each email.
You get PLR rights to the emails.
You also get cover art for the graphic plus a bunch of bonuses.
Email #1 talks about some solid truths one needs while doing the challenge. Also, it talks about preparation by completing 3 small tasks.
Email #2 talks about lead education and the 3 different types of leads one can encounter throughout the process.
Email #3 talks about creating a document that can be given away that has substance.
Email #4 talks about creating the two web pages so the challenge can work.
Email #5 is about writing content for your leads to see once the challenge is in motion.
Email #6 is about 3 different strategies to acquire a certain type of lead.
Email #7 is about a strategy I use that people consider “dead”.
Email #8 is about using a medium to get leads. This medium is considered to be a “free television show”.
Email #9 talks about the second type of lead and how one can get leads using a specific strategy.
Email #10 talks about a template that can be used to acquire a type of lead.
Email #11 talks about an extension you can use to help your specific lead generation become easier. It also talks about 5 strategies to acquire a type of lead.
Email #12 talks about specific pages that need to be built for this process. It also talks about expanding upon the document you created in email #3.
Email #13 expands more on email #12 concerning getting your expanded document live and the steps needed for the document to be delivered.
Email #14 is a conclusion email. It is about reflecting and writing about the journey one encountered while completing the challenge.
I liked the following emails: Email #2, #3, #4, #5, #10, #11, #12, #13
Most of those emails gave a nice actionable summary of what one must do. It didn’t give a “basics” summary as most internet marketing products do.
Instead, it gave solid objective steps to get each part of each email done.
With that said, anyone with a little internet marketing experience can take this information and hit the ground running asap.
A complete newbie may need a little more handholding… but for the average warrior forum reader or blogger, this is more than sufficient.
Email #2 was an eye-opener; I didn’t know about one of the types of leads Kam talks about. The other two I’ve heard about (one more than the others). But the second type… I never considered that one.
Emails #3, #4, and #5 go hand in hand with helping the user with the steps needed to complete the tasks included. People will need those steps as they progress through the challenge.
I liked that Kam provided a template in email #10; The people will benefit from that template tremendously.
I thought Email #11 was great because it leveraged an email tactic that Kevin Fahey taught me in Email Marketing on Fire.
Email #12 was nice because the tactic helps to create something that can be leveraged in the future.
Email #13… the amount of content/value in email #13 is worth the amount of the product itself. That email is 11 pages long! It covers so much… it might as well be a WSO or a Free WSO LOL.
Emails #1, #6, #7, #8, #10, #11, #12, and #13 are not necessarily bad in 14-Day Quick Listbuilding Challenge.
These are the emails that are going to get the person that uses this email series “out of their comfort zone”.
This is when “work” comes into play.
These emails are no joke. Given, that there is still a lot of actionable content in them.
But you’ll need to put in the work to get the results. I can’t tell you how much work because I’d then expose the content of the product.
But it will be work… but that’s everything in life, ain’t it?
Now, as far as individual emails go, I had a small problem with email #13. I didn’t understand it concerning an email tactic.
So, I decided to email Kam Fatz about it to get clarification. He gladly responded and gave me the insight I needed.
I can’t tell you what we talked about because I would expose the product. So, that’s between me and him.
However, the information was very good and he helped me to understand what I was losing my mind about.
Overall, Kam did a great job putting this 14-Day Quick ListBuilding Challenge PLR email series together.
I think I’ve said this before in my previous product reviews: This should not have sold for so cheap ($5.99).
But that’s how some launches go. I think it should be higher than what it is currently priced for.
One can receive a lot of value from this email series even if they just use it.
The thing is 68 pages and comes with PLR rights! Yet, the price is less than $20.
Plus, Kam also threw bonuses in… so whoever grabbed this got a steal.
Besides, if this product wasn’t as good as it is, it would have never crossed 500+ sales.
I can’t say when Kam may take this off the market. So, I suggest you grab it while it’s still available.
Otherwise, when he does take it off the market, expect me to start marketing it myself LOL.
I believe that this product is solid.
Alright, for everyone that had the patience for this post, thanks. You know who you are.
I’m looking forward to posting more.
If you want to check out Kam, you can check him out at epicconversions.com
Till Next Time…
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