Joining a new program can be fun but there is nothing I hate more than getting the OTO (one-time-offer) before you are even know information about the program you are joining. I guess we are just supposed to take it on blind faith that the program being offered is something we can't live without. Wouldn't it be better to give us a sneak peak before you start trying to get in to our wallets? I know this has turned me off a few program and I just didn't join at all.
What's, also, annoying is when the OTO becomes a series of 3 or 4 more chances at the same offer. If you say ONE TIME, then please only offer it ONE TIME. The fact you call me names or tell me I am passing a fabulous deal will not change my mind. What will change my mind is getting a look at Quality Content. Show me something I can use and then maybe I will be willing to make a purchase.
There's an idea: Offer a price, show the product, and then give the OTO. I want to know what I am purchasing before I commit my hard earned cash to a program. Just my opinion, what do you think?