14 Jun 07 2:29 am
Please Mark, don't speak so fast in the Videos - I'm French
I've found Affilorama by chance, one day I was searching one site to promote, browsing the Clickbank site.
I was interested to promote a site selling musical product and I found "Jamorama". On the bottom on jamorama site, there is an "affiliate" link and it is because I clicked on this link, that I discovered Affilorama sale page.
I joigned Affilorama practically the same day and began studying Mark's video lessons.
I'm French, but I'm persuaded that actually, the best internet opportunities, are on English speaking markets and sites ; and since years, I'm also persuaded that the internet is a great great way to make money if you know the best techniques.
Because I spend hours and hours a day browsing the internet, I am able to understand English correctly.
This long introduction about me to say that as soon as I logged for the very first time on my member area on Affilorama, I was amazed by the quality and the volume of the informations which we find there.
The only problem which slows down my progress and whom I would like to formulate a constructive criticism is the difficulties I have sometimes to understand what Mark is saying. It's not because of his "NZ" accent, :wink: but as I said in this message subject, because he is sometimes speaking so fast, that I must rewind the player again and again, sometimes without success. I can't understant some words or fragments of sentences.
To see that I am not able to understand some parts of this quality information, frustrates me a little.
So here is what I do : before watching the video, I first download and read the PDF file to make me familiar with what will be said in the lesson. But the pdf content is not as complete as video and I ask me if I'm often missing some important informations.
The purpose of this post is not to criticize the work done by Mark, which I think is a very serious and high-quality job, but only to tell him, for other members whose basic language is not English, to speak a little more slowly (just a little) for future video lessons he will record.
A lot of success to all the members.