Product Name: 1 Cent FB Clicks
Product Owner: Jani
Advertised Price: $47,
Upgrades: $247, $77, $147, $67
What is it?
Learn how to get really cheap clicks with Facebook ads. Use these cheap clicks to promote products with affiliate marketing. Follow up with building a list and email marketing.
Definitely not as easy as advertised, and does not provide enough training for a newbie to truly understand paid advertising techniques and email marketing.
Before You Buy:
The advertising video was very poorly done. Not only did the presenter spend most of his time telling you how much money he makes and not explaining the product itself, I felt the video and presentation was low quality and reflected poorly on the product.
It was clear that this was some kind of “loophole” system, and not a long term business plan.
As you will find out below, the “system” is not as easy as it sounds. If you are a beginner internet marketer or just getting started with PPC, do not be fooled by the promised of easy money!
Note: This review is based on a partial review of 1 Cent FB Clicks. They have not provided me with a username and password after paying for their product, and I'm currently waiting for support to respond.
What I Liked:
Facebook advertising is definitely a way to make money online. In fact, I have made some money promoting a product via Facebook ads. If you are not familiar with PPC, the way it works is that you pay a certain amount of money for each click you get from advertising. Prices range from pennies to dollars, depending on the words you target.
Getting $0.01 cent clicks would be very, very helpful to creating decent profits online.
The video presenter speaks about “high quality traffic“, which is very important. Many “make money” products say that you can get thousands of visit per day, but they are either robots, or people paid to click. This doesn't convert to sales. Getting high quality traffic is essential to making sales, because you want to the people that click your ads to actually be interested in what you are selling.
What I Didn't Like
If you look at the screenshot of some of the offers that their top sellers are promoting, these are extremely spammy and scammy offers.
In fact, I've reviewed some of these products or know people that have reviewed them. They are not products you want to promote to people because they simply DO NOT work. You, of course, have the choice of which products to promote, but it should be known that these “high earning” 1 Cent FB Click users are promoting work at home scams and make money products. These are often banned by FB, or at least have tough restrictions placed on them.
What this means is that 1 Cent FB Clicks is definitely exploiting some loopholes in the FB advertising system, and we don't know how long these “tricks” will last.
The owner of 1 Cent FB Clicks also fails to mention that you will have to pay an extra fee for an autoresponder. In the first instructional video, it's mentioned that you direct people to your Facebook Fan Page, not an external website. This is one way to get cheap clicks! Great, but then you need them to sign up for your email course or special offer.
Don't have one? Oh, he forgot to mention that you need to create or buy one.
Then they sign up and you can send them more offers via your autoresponder.
Don't have one? Oh, he forgot to mention that you need to pay $20 per month for this thing. Don't know what it is? Oh, he forgot to tell you that part of his plan is to do email marketing. If you don't know how to create an effective email marketing campaign, you are going to be LOST.
So, we now know that other than some tricks for finding cheaper click prices on Facebook, 1 Cent FB Clicks is only about driving traffic to an email marketing list. This is where the real work is done. Email marketing is tough, and you will likely need to purchase another product to learn how to do it right. This product is NOT as simple as getting people to click your ad, then making money.
One last thing that I absolutely hate about these types of products is that they distort reality and make you think that making money will be fast and easy. They tell you that you can make $500 within the first 5 hours, or $1200+ dollars on your first day of using their system. Then they pull tricks like when Jani says that his coaching is 100% free, but you need to pay a small fee to enter their Facebook group.
The “small fee” is $147 dollars – 3x more expensive than the product you just bought.
Who is This product For?
If you have a budget to pay for advertising and want to learn about Facebook Ads and how to get cheap clicks, you could probably benefit from some of the information contained in this course.
Including all the unrealistic promises of profit, the misleading impression that you will start generating income quickly, and the general premise of how 1 Cent FB Clicks works, I cannot recommend this product. There are some good points to it, and could potentially work for some people, but it is clearly not designed for newbies.
There are many flaws with this product, namely it's lack of transparency and the fact that it's not really a long term business plan. What I teach on One More Cup of Coffee is how to start a website about a topic you are interested in. By owning your own site and promoting products and services you can honestly recommend, you can create a real online business to increase or replace your current income.
I learned to make websites from an online business community where there is no hype, no shady sales tactics, and a community of honest people looking to help each other out. No wonder it's currently the only place I recommend to newbies trying to learn how to make money on the internet.
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