No. It's rubbish. I've read it, and there's so much fluff it's unbelievable. There's barely anything useful in it. 90% of it is just "This is what I'm going to teach you" but he barely gets round to teaching anything. The tone is much lighter than the accompanying text on the front page, it's much less harsh and superior, and when you read it without that flare you realize that it is absolutely nothing special.
Perhaps when you read about the "manipulative psychology" involved you thought it was all Derren Brown-style manipulative psychology? Turning people to putty in your hands? Nope. Absolutely nowhere near that level of manipulation. It can barely be called psychology at all, it's just tips and advice like you'd find in any other self-help ebook. The only manipulative psychology is right there on the front page; the text that's designed to pummel down relentlessly on you, to make you feel like **** so that you eventually "give in" and buy the book. But it's good that you're asking if it's good or not, because it shows that you still have enough self-respect not to give someone 30 dollars based on nothing but some imperative, condescending text. (EDIT: Don't worry, I didn't do that either; I actually obtained it without paying for it. How? Well, if I said I'd get my *** kicked. But I assure you, I'm no hacker, the site just has poor security.)
That's another thing: you can be anyone over the Internet. You may have seen the picture of the "Internet Tough Guy", the fat geek sitting at the computer? It's a similar case with this guy. It's highly unlikely that he is who he says he is. The guy claims to be an ultra-successful extrovert who gets all the money, friends and sex in the world... but here he is, anonymously selling a social skills ebook on the Internet for 30 dollars, with about a zillion variations to speak out to as many people as possible:
He also displays a suspiciously large amount of knowledge on what it's like to be a socially deprived person. I can assure you that real "popular pricks" neither know nor care what less sociable think about and experience; they're out there living life to the max and they are NOT selling social skills ebooks for 30 dollars. Popular? I doubt it. Prick? Most certainly.
If you want serious help improving your social life, get help from a professional! Buy a proper, real self-help book; one that you can hold in your hands, one that has positive reviews from critics. If you're anxious or depressed, see a therapist or counselor, and see your doctor/local drugs store about medications. (I recommend Bach Rescue Remedy spray, it's great for anxiety.) And I'm sure there are other methods to try out. Don't let this site put you off the "experts", he's only trying to do that to draw you in and turn you away from the people and places you SHOULD be going to.