Setting up a successful dropshipping business is more than copying/pasting links and pictures, but that’s what DS Domination wants to you believe. See what’s really going on inside this hyped and over-marketed online business product.
Just another online gimmick promoting fast and easy money, that actually offers nothing of the sort. Click Cash Commissions provides very basic and incomplete training for affiliate marketing and focuses on methods of promotion that are ineffective, including ‘viral marketing’ through Facebook and Twitter. This is a product to avoid, especially with the high price tag.
Somehow I ended up on the email list of Forex Secret Journal. I’ve been receiving emails from them for several months now, all with ridiculous titles that do not reflect the content of the links. I’ve even reviewed some of the products they promote, and all of them are worthless. This is email marketing at it’s worst!
Commission Killer offers software and some training that is designed to develop websites, affiliate links and content for you, but falls far short of its aims. The product is far from the easy button it claims to be and most people would make money faster and more effectively by doing the work for themselves and avoiding this product altogether.
I was direct to Avalanche X from a product called 10k giveaway (which is already a red flag), though many of you probably landed there because some guy sent you an email about a “game changing system”. It’s just another automatic website creator with “traffic getting” software that doesn’t work as well as they say it does.
I ran into tech errors, which should be a warning sign that this “app” that chooses trades for you should not be trusted. Binary options scams are very common these days, and free apps are just a front for the $200 minimum fee that you need to fund your trading account. Stay far away from this product!
Most of what I do on One More Cup of Coffee is review products that are supposed to make you money online, and I do not want to turn my website into a “scam finder”. However, the amount of work from home scams found on Craigslist cannot be ignored. I’ve never been a big user of Craigslist for anything, but after my recent move, I’ve been looking for cheap furniture on the site, and took a quick look at the jobs listings.
In the quest for easy money, the idea that you can get paid to use Facebook has been passed around the internet. You’ll hear claims like “make money doing the things you already do every day”, claims that sound enticing to someone with no computer skills. “If you have an internet connection, you can do this!” is another one that I see a lot.
But don’t fall for these false promises and misleading advertising techniques. Let’s take a look what’s really going on.