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Old August 10th, 2005, 21:07
jimmyjb jimmyjb is offline
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Re: Analysis of Kevin Trudeau's "Natural Cures" Infomercial (2004)

I have actually read most of Kevin Trudeau's book out of curiosity but only because it was given to my wife. He does have some interesting theories in it if you are into conspiracies which I am not but it is amusing nonetheless. Something that nobody has seemed to catch onto though is the fact that although a book is all he is supposed peddle, the book seems to be a big ad for his $10/month-$500/lifetime website. In the book, everytime he starts to mention something that seems significant, he refers you to his website. That being said, I wonder if that counts as marketing a product or service other than a book? I will credit him for this though- he does repeatedly tell people not to stop medications or do anything drastic without consulting a physician first. He just tells them to find a doctor who practices alternative medicine.
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