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Product Name: 10 Dollar Miracle
Price: $10/month or $100
Rating: 10/100 (nice, huh?)
What Is It?
Pay $10 per month to sell the $10 Dollar Miracle.
This is a very common “system” sold out there. Make a free website hosted on someone else's domain. Sell the same product you just bought, and maybe give away a free guide. This is not a formula for success, it's a formula for catching a few sales by suckering other people into “make money” schemes.
Before You Buy:
The sales page is pretty honest, so I have to give them a couple bonus points for actually telling you how the money is made, and what you are buying. A lot of these types of products don't even do that.
What he says about making 1, 2, or 3 sales per day is totally legit. If you can consistently make 1 sale every day for 1 year, and it's a recurring commission, your total income will grow each month, and probably faster than you can imagine. However, making one sale per day is very, very hard sometimes. This is especially true if you don't know how to properly market something.
I worked for 3 months on my first website before I made one sale! And I worked on One More Cup of Coffee for 7 months before I made my first sale! It takes a lot longer than they imply, and if you are spending that much time and energy into your internet business, you should definitely consider building it on a website you own, rather than a website that someone else owns. It only costs $10 per year to own your own website.
What I liked:
The system they promote works, I can't deny that. They give you a free site, you promote their site, and your referrals promote the same site. If you work hard enough, you can convince some people to join, no doubt.
What I didn't Like:
This is a low quality product, aimed at folks that don't mind wasting $10 in a ‘possible' business venture. Real training is going to cost you more than $10 per month, no matter where you go. In fact, you aren't even paying for training -they are unclear on whether you get real training inside the product or if your training consists of the free marketing guides you get access to.
I do not think that you should sign up to promote a product that you do not understand. If this is your first time seeing the $10 Dollar Miracle, how can you promote this to friends, family, or other people with a clean conscious? What if it's a scam? Can you be sure? It's always a good idea to know and understand what you are promoting.
The “library of products” is ridiculously large, not very well organized, and extremely disjointed.
Imagine if you asked someone how to play the piano, and they handed you a stack or random “how to play piano” books, notes, and some sheet music from 200 years ago. These “free guides” may have some useful information in them, but finding what's new vs old, good vs bad, or even what it all means is going to be difficult for a beginner, if not impossible.