The message is Internet Marketing is not complicated at all, and I do not know why anyone would make it so. After all, in almost every such offer as this, there is no prospecting, no calling, no selling, no contact with people, no quotas, no huge mailing list investments (a few are even touted as free), and no need to create a website (their business-in-a-box leads you to believe that it does it all for you by providing you with a complete website, ready to make money while you watch the money roll in).
Many times the ads that lead you to these sales pages with offers have bright, happy colors, music, streaming headlines, dancing dollar bills, audio messages by guru hired help, gorgeous homes, fancy yachts, and even expensive sports mailing list cars zooming away (apparently success is a fast ride). I have not noticed any sites like this that say you also need no brains, no critical thinking skills, no personality, and no people skills, but perhaps that is in the future of the industry as it develops alongside technology.
So what about these mailing lists? Well, competition is stiff in acquiring names. There is currently such a plethora of high-tech, clever approaches to getting names on the Internet that apparently some Internet Marketers with less resources have mailing list been reduced to settling for a more moderate approach. Witness this e-mail I received yesterday: "Finally (huge letters) A Work at home Opportunity That Anyone Can Do!