Jim Riser wrote:The value of info is not directly related to length and can only be determined by the end user.
If you say so. When I do some work, I know the value of it. And putting together a short PDF with no effects, a reference to a product and no recommend brand name or linkage doesn't make it clear what you wanted to be paid.
So I guessed and paid you what I thought it was worth.
Sorry you don't think that's enough.
Jim Riser wrote:This pdf acquaints people with a readily available device that most probably never have seen nor heard of.
Well, I think anyone with an elderly relative will have seen it. It's not exactly a secret, is it? And the same tech is already used in magic afaik.
Jim Riser wrote:What is your hangup about being "told to go buy this thing"?
It's not a hang up Mr Riser. It's merely a comment that in the PDF there isn't much apart from making people aware of an electronic item they will need to purchase. There are no completed routines nor effects. There isn't even the name of the manufacturer or a link to where one could get it if one wanted to. Sorry you misinterpreted me.
Jim Riser wrote: Actually, I tell no one to buy anything. I merely introduce them to possible uses for an item.
Indeed. You are correct. But, obviously, if you are interested in using it, you have to buy it.
Jim Riser wrote:They may buy it or not - their choice. Do you bitch about having to go buy a deck of cards when buying a card magic book?
I am not bitching. You asked for feedback, I gave it. Maybe you just wanted people to tell you that you are awesome?
And if I buy a card magic book, I'll own some cards.
If someone put out a PDF entitled "STRANGE MYSTERIES" and it contained nothing but "you could get someone to take a card, then you could find it. You will need to buy cards" and then asked me what that was worth, I'd say not much.
Jim Riser wrote:Sheesh! BTW - it is 4 pages not 2.
Indeed it is. With a very large font.
Jim Riser wrote:With the correct item name which I give in the pdf, it shows up on the first page of a search by Google.
Well, many do. Which is the one you recommend. I assume they have different prices, different ranges, different volumes of vibration etc. If you are recommending one, I'd have liked to know which is the one a man of your experience thinks is the best one.
Jim Riser wrote: You are familiar with Google, aren't you?
No, never heard of it. You're familiar with not being rude to people that just gave you money, aren't you?
Jim Riser wrote: It appears that you are part of the spoon fed generation who expects everything to be supplied for them.
Well, in some cases, yes. I bought a PDF about a product that you don't name nor link to. Seems silly not to really. When you know what it is.
Jim Riser wrote:I know what the info is worth to you. Thanks for the input.
I work in marketing. I love anyone trying anything creative to make money. I gave you my feedback and you reacted like I was insulting you personally. I wasn't. You are a very talented man and make items that are wonderful. No doubt about it. Sorry you misunderstood me.