Info Sport is a product that provides real-world insights from sports reporters and athletes. I am not sure if the product lines are a scam or not, but Info Sport does seem legitimate enough to try. I know there are other sports such as football that has tons of marketing dollars thrown at it but they spend way too much on television spots and commercials. It seems that sports writers are more concerned with getting a paycheck than actually doing their job and providing solid sports reporting.
I have nothing against giving someone cash for their opinion but sometimes you can have too much of one thing. Sure it would be nice to have an inexpensive website where you could just give away your two cents and make a few clicks, but who is going to pay you ten bucks for a pitch? Even if that pitch could be the best one ever given on Info Sport I am just not sure if it will bring in the traffic that some advertisers want. Giving away money for stuff you don’t believe in or are unsure about may work for awhile, but the market will soon see through it and your good name will be called out loud for all the wrong reasons.
The way I look at it is this, do you really think that giving away money for a free product that you don’t even own yourself is ethical? I mean, look at the products on Info Sport. All of the products have a legitimate business purpose. This is not the iPod of the marketing world. These products are useful tools that can help you create content for your site or blog that can be beneficial to your readers and help your business.
Giving something away for free is not always the best way to go. Sure, it may not hurt your numbers but what is the value? To build a healthy, credible business you must first establish credibility on your site or blog first. If you are trying to sell a useless product on Info Sport then your readers will most likely not stay with you for very long. In order to build a relationship with your readers, you must provide them with valuable information that will benefit them and then provide them with a way to get that valuable information.
The only problem is that Info Sport is not yet a very credible source of valuable information. Their traffic is quite poor and their search engine rankings are not very good. Nevertheless, I still believe in the mission of Info Sport and the products they are selling. If you take a look at their product description, you will see that they provide insightful reviews on products that tackle the particular subject that the site owner is covering. This is important because people who are looking to purchase a particular product are more likely to read a review than an unbiased overview. This is why you should take care with how you use Info Sport to promote your website.
Info Sport is also notorious for banning users that post negative comments or criticism about their service. This has created quite a bit of controversy over the past couple of years. My opinion is that banning someone for saying something is not a good idea, as long as that person is also threatening to sue them for saying something else. It seems like a double standard to me.