If you're researching the topic or even want to buy Market Samurai, there's one question that might appear in your mind: What happened to all the honest reviews of anything?
Reviews are like flyers in your local travel agency - some have no impact on you whatsoever, but some make you want to visit a certain place so bad that you literally can't wait to reserve a flight and a hotel. Writing a review is not about convincing anyone to do anything. It's about giving some honest opinions about a given product and listing its pros and cons.
Haters gonna hate - as the poet says. Should you try to fix it, and turn a hater into a believer? Should you respond? Should you even care?
This part of the series is going to be a little different. That's because online courses are not a separate, individual business model on their own.
Well OK, maybe not the most, but it's still pretty counterintuitive. I don't intend to keep you hanging, so let me just go ahead and tell you what the advice is: Instead of looking for an untapped niche, enter one that's already crowded. Why? Here's the answer.