Thursday 1 October 2020

No Hassles

Oh dear... just been served this enticing (not) ad on Facebook. (Clearly I've done a masterful job at hiding my actual interests so now they're serving up.. this 💩.)

I respectfully suggest that "No Hassle" really means "No Service" and "Much Hassle", once they've taken your money and bolted. 

This type of stuff drives me crazy. It devalues the industry and the expertise that real web professionals offer, and makes people who don't understand what is required believe they can get something for nothing. It is literally #FakeNews. 

There is NO way that anybody can deliver all of this for $99, from any country, in a way that will genuinely help somebody's business.