Product Name: Work At Home Institute
Product Owner: Bobbie Robinson
Advertised Price: $97
Discounts: $77, $47
What Is It?
Work at Home Institute is a clone site of a famous work at home program that goes by many names. I do not know if I can call it a scam, but there are a lot of lies you need to understand before you get involved with their program.
WAH Institute teaches affiliate marketing and other legitimate ways to make money online. However, there are some very sketchy advertising practices you need to watch for. My recommendation is to NOT BUY. If you want to see how I make money on the internet, you can see my #1 Recommended Training Center for newbies to get started.
What You Need To Know
Fake News Report
You might have already seen the advertising page with the story about the work at home mom called “Bobbie Robinson” and how she started making money on the internet. It looks like a real news report, right?
It’s an advertisement that is designed to look like a news report. This type of advertisement is called an advertorial. It’s actually the law in many US states that any site that uses this type of advertisement need to make it 100% obvious and clear that it’s not a real news report, but this site does not do that. As you might know, regulating these types of things are difficult on the internet.
Do you remember seeing these?
It might look like this product is endorsed by big companies like FOX, ABC, or CNN. But if you read the fine print, you will see that “work from home jobs have been featured on” only means that these networks have done reports about people that work from home. It does not mean that they have anything to do with this company.
You will also remember that you have to “apply” to see if you are eligible to sign up. You’ll see from the screenshot below that there are only 3 offers available in my area! Oh No!
But I entered a fake zip code of 55555. In fact, it doesn’t matter what you enter. They do this for two reasons. One, it makes you think you are getting something special. Two, they get your email address and can then send advertisements to your email inbox.
If you try to click away, you’ll also see that the price is reduced from $97, to $77, then to $47. No matter how many times you return to the checkout page, these offers are still valid. It certainly isn’t a one time offer!
Inside Work At Home Institute
I actually bought this product from a clone site. You can see the review here: Web Fortune Master. You will recognize the same advertising setup, same fake news report, and the same fake everything.
Funny story; I tried to buy Work at Home Institute and it said I already had an account. I hadn’t signed up before, so I did some looking in my emails.
It turns out that Work at Home Institute is actually just another gateway to the same product called Members Only Training. I will not redo the entire review of the product. If you want to see exactly what’s provided in the members are, please click the link above. Hint: It’s not worth your time.
To summarize, the product itself is not bad. There are some decent training videos, and some legit marketing tactics. HOWEVER, it is not worth your money, and I highly recommend you do not buy it. Please keep reading.
Get Paid To Post Links?
In the main advertisement you will have seen that you can get paid to post links.
I am confused as to why they have this, because it has very little to do with what they teach you. The simple fact is that getting paid to post links is the same thing as getting paid to spam. Spam links are a huge problem on internet forums, websites, blogs, and social media. Most of the time you will not get paid good amounts of money, and you will only get paid if someone doesn’t delete your link.
The Training Videos
The actual training inside the members area is not bad, but there are huge gaps in the information provided. It’s very difficult to do for a newbie because the training videos only tell you what to do. They do not show you how to do it. Without a personal mentor, or a forum to consult, it will be very hard to work through the training videos.
It is possible to make money on the internet, but before you join any program, you need to set realistic goals. Many people expect to get rich though the internet by creating automated systems, or making a virtual ATM. Unfortunately, 99% of these types of products are scams.
I make money on the internet, and I will tell you how I do it. No secrets. No systems. No scams.
1) I build a website about a topic I am interested in
2) I find some products and services to promote on the website
3) I write blog posts for the website.
4) People find this information in Google and buy things from my site
So, now you need to know how to do a few things. You need to learn how to:
1) Make a website
2) Find products and services to sell
3) Get your website found in Google
You can learn how to do all of this at the same internet business training center where I learned how to build my websites. You can even create a free account there and test drive their courses for 7 days. Yes, you can also create 2 free websites.
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