While flicking through online trends, I came across a campaign by a former Las Vegas casino guy who’s created a system for helping those roulette fanatics out there who actually win at it a lot more often.
Robert Aiello has apparently put his 33 years in the casino game into his Ultimate Roulette System, so I was curious as to how the credibility factor was supported by the product. Took a look at the salespage and $47 pricing for the system, which he says is worth $500.
Now, for “breaking his silence” in producing something he says reveals “what all the casinos don’t want you to know”, is he charging too little? Bearing in mind ‘Perceived Value’, would a lot of gamblers in the roulette niche actually feel it can’t be worth much at $47? Or would they say that accessibility-wise, there’s nothing wrong with doing that?
Look at the salespage and decide for yourself; feel free to comment too.
Here’s a video as well.
If you have any thoughts on gambling or roulette as niches to study for market potential, let me know. Cheers.
Lately I’ve been reading a Special Report which I knew was long overdue before I even saw the actual title. I mean, from the description in the email I’d received, it immediately feels like sound solid reasoning.
If anyone reading has tried a network marketing opportunity (whether for nutritional, telecom, beauty products etc) you’d most probably heard many of the statements covered in this Report, which your eventual upline sponsors made so you got fired-up motivated to sign up and pay the registration fees.
How many of you who’ve only done OK or crashed-out & burned in the business have heard at least 7 such statements repeatedly?
Well, a Ms Ann Sieg has…and after much sweat and pain she’s come to call them The 7 Great Lies of Network Marketing
These are 35 pages that will hit your mind and ring true in your gut.
Because we have been lied to at some degree or other about what network marketing means – especially the marketing part.
Get some truth in and digest it, from right here:
Once you’ve gone through all 35 pages, please feel free to give feedback.