I was thinking earlier today about the many years I’ve spent online and how it all changes so fast.
Back in 2002 when I first started online, software (what bits there were), was clumsy and really difficult to use, it was also incredibly expensive, we used to shell out hundreds of dollars a pop for software to help us with all types of difficult tasks and to be honest I could rarely use it properly because it was always too technical for me.
I can remember paying something stupid like $500 a month for something that was supposed to help me get traffic and I don’t think I ever really got to grips with it. (What a waste of money that probably was), I’m not even going to think about the other stuff I bought!
Even though there is so much more competition nowadays I love IM at the moment because everything is so much easier to use. Fantastic software that even technophobes like me can use seems to be falling out of the woodwork and because I’m a geek at heart I’m wallowing in it.
The latest one I bought to check up on earlier today was EasySketchPro Oh man I love this, it’s even surpassed VideoFX which was my previous favorite.
So what is it?
If you’ve not heard about whiteboard doodles I’m surprised because they are a tool that can be really useful with a proven track record of upping conversions.
Here’s one I paid $250 dollars for last year if you’re not sure. Embarrassing Problems and that was cheap, the last one I got quoted for was $300…
I’ve been playing with EasySketchPro, and take a look at this, (I did it in 5 minutes)
Obviously its nowhere near perfect or anything but I hardly had to look at the instructions or anything because it’s so easy to use.
It’s another POTD of JVZOO, and I always think thats pretty much good evidence of how decent something is.
My grandkids are coming over tomorrow and instead of Adam who’s 10 being glued to his minecraft vids, I’m going to show him this, I can guarantee I’ll hardly be able to grab him away from the computer
There are some upsells and to be honest I bought them both as I think they will be useful for me and my plans for the software, but if you don’t need them don’t get them for the sake of it.
BTW, as a marketer look how they do their upsells I think it’s pretty slick.
BTW Does anyone else think the guy in the vid on the sales page sounds like Keith Lemon or is that just me 🙂