Sadly, the most critical SiteSell Reviews are written by people who have never stepped foot inside an SBI! classroom at their local college, never read the training materials or even picked up the tools. Most critics of SBI! are just repeating what they heard someone else say, who in turn, was just repeating what someone else said. And the original critic never tried SBI! themselves or started, but never really got going. Most times, they've only read a webpage about it and made assumptions based on a few paragraphs of copy that they misinterpreted. They (mis)judge it from afar. People tend to use their own experience and try to compare that to SBI!.
There's a problem with that. SBI! isn't like anything else, so those are unfair comparisons.
Site Build It! Is Unique
Sure, there are some parallels, because SBI! is about building a website (but it's way more than that) and there is an Internet (which, contrary to popular belief, doesn't have to be gamed in order to achieve success). Also, the rules of HTML apply, as well as the rules of CSS. Those things are constants on the World Wide Web.
But people coming into SBI! who already "know better", can have trouble because, well, they think they already know! The thing is, if they already knew how to be successful, why do they feel they need SBI!? Other common scenarios are critics who write SiteSell Reviews in order to flesh out their website or blog, and to get traffic. Their ultimate intent is to generate revenue, therefore, vested interest is a common motive behind negative SiteSell Reviews.
Some People Have to "Un-Learn" to "Get It"
Getting back to the issue at hand, the things one learned in the past, especially bad habits or dubious techniques, can often be what holds one back in the future. But which exact thing is causing the problem? Or which things are holding one back? Sometimes, un-learning can be hard and most people don't want to do that, so persistence from the "I already know" crowd is usually fragile or nonexistent. But those who have been able to persist and allow themselves to absorb the SBI! data, frequently comment on how the SBI! data was spot on despite their earlier misgivings.
If someone is already successfully earning a good income online, they don't need SBI!. But if they aren't cutting it or can't seem to "get it," then SBI! could very definitely help that person a great deal.
Unfortunately, all too often SiteSell Reviews are written by those who think they know better, but don't really know at all.