I want to remind everyone reading this of *WHY* I wrote about Squidoo on a blog called Migraine Truth, the purpose of which is, at least in part, to expose sites, products and services that are not in the best interests of the truth about Migraines.
There are entirely too many “lenses” on Squidoo that exist partly, primarily, or solely to sell products such as the Migraine Relief Guide. When I was rating lenses, I was focusing on those that were affiliates selling that “guide,” so I’m going to use it as a prime example of the spam lenses on Squidoo.
From having read it myself and from this review, I know without a doubt that it contains:
- information that is out-of-date
- information that is incorrect
- NO information that can’t be found elsewhere for far fewer $$ or even free
From reading it myself, from that review, and from other bloggers, I also know:
- The same $37 that is charged for the Migraine Relief Guide could be spent in a book store or on Amazon.com to buy two or three excellent Migraine books that would be FAR superior.
- Although sites for the Migraine Relief Guide have sections written or appearing to be written by Elizabeth Hayden, she no longer owns and sells the “book.” It is now owned by someone else.
Anyway, enough time spent on Squidoo. I’ve said what needed to be said about in regards to Migraine truths. I’ve passed information along to you, and that’s what’s important. The people at Squidoo couldn’t care less about a few people, and nothing I could ever say would change that.
Tomorrow will find me writing about something else related to the truth about Migraine disease, and that’s as it should be.