60 Minute Profit Plan is one of those sites that looks concerning right from the beginning. Honestly, I can’t even count how many different red flags and concerning practices that they use – starting with the whole free money loophole idea.
But, what about the product itself, is it something that you can make money from? You don’t have to wonder anymore. In this post, we’re looking at the claims that the site makes and how these compare to what is being offered.
The marketing for 60 Minute Profit Plan is pretty absurd. The site manages to include most of the common product red flags all in one place. I already mentioned one of those, the ‘free money loophole’.
This suggests that the site owner has found this fantastic way to make money that other people simply don’t do. Loopholes like this don’t normally exist. Besides, by its very nature, a loophole isn’t going to last. It would get discovered and closed pretty quickly.
Of course, there isn’t actually a loophole anyway, that’s just marketing.
Here’s another problem, the video:
Apparently, it’s a streaming session, one with more than 3,300 viewers. That number keeps ticking up as you wait but it instantly goes down to around 1,800 viewers if you refresh the page. The video goes back to the start too, so you’re clearly not joining an ongoing session.
There is also plenty of ‘live’ proofs, including a ticker that makes claims like ‘Bonnie just made $923 profit’. Wait long enough and that starts to repeat itself. The Facebook and Twitter feeds are almost certainly fake. Broken images aside, people don’t normally leave comments like this.
Beyond all of this, is the video itself. This is filled with hype from the very beginning, including apparent evidence of payments and images of luxury. Of course, the images are mostly stock photos and the account screenshots are very easily faked.
As for the images of people and the testimonials – they’re meaningless. The testimonials mostly come from freelancers on Fiverr, who offer this type of video as a service. Here’s one of them:
And here’s his profile on Fiverr:
The truth is that all of the proof and testimonials on the video aren’t real. They’re just manipulation. There is absolutely no proof that the system works. Instead, you have to decide whether you believe the narrator or not. Personally, I wouldn’t, not when the site goes to such lengths to mislead viewers.
Based on the claims, you’re meant to be able to make up to $32,000 a month – which honestly sounds ridiculous. Few people earning online make that much and anyone with that type of income would have spent a long time building their business. They certainly wouldn’t have just followed some secret loophole.
One other thing is the lack of information. The video is full of hype, bold claims and apparent proof. There is very little information about how you’re meant to be earning money. Instead, you’re meant to signup (with your email address) and pay before you get access to anything at all.
Now, the price isn’t horrible. If you click out once you can get it for $27. The program is also sold through Clickbank, which means that you can get a refund on your purchase. Still, the combination of excessive hype, manipulation and no clear details about the program isn’t encouraging.
The Concept Of 60 Minute Profit Plan
Here’s one interesting thing. Many of the claims and angles from 60 Minute Profit Plan are present on another site called 30 Minute Money Methods. There are some distinct differences and each site does have its own product. Still, they’re eerily similar to one another. I wouldn’t be surprised if the same person was behind both of them.
There are also many other sites that use similar marketing tricks to get people’s attention. Claims like $500+ per day or easy money are surprisingly common, as are video testimonials and made up stories about people who ‘turned their life around’.
The truth is that earning money online isn’t glamorous. It’s not easy and it’s certainly not going to make you hundreds of dollars overnight.
Instead, it’s simply another type of business. Earning through your own business involves putting the time and the effort in to create something that will grow over time. Sites that claim otherwise are normally trying to manipulate you and get you to spend money on something that simply won’t work.
Don’t get me wrong, it's definitely possible to earn money online! It’s an idea that many people (including myself) follow – and it provides much more flexibility than a traditional job. Just don’t go into it expecting $500+ per day right at the beginning.
What You Actually Get
There are a ton of problems with the marketing from 60 Minute Profit Plan and the claims were never realistic. What about the product itself? It might not live up to the hype, but it could still be worth the price you pay, right? Well… probably not.
Even though this is meant to be one system, the actual member's section contains four different approaches for earning money. The primary one is email marketing and there are 12 videos on that topic.
None of the videos are particularly high-quality or unusual. Instead, they feel like videos that someone has purchased in bulk through a PLR deal. In fact, the videos for surveys and website testing are just from YouTube.
The techniques themselves are potential ways to earn money. But, they don’t even come close to the claims that 60 Minute Profit Plan made.
For starters, website testing and surveys are both low income approaches. With surveys, you’re often earning less than $1 an hour. You also spend a lot of time looking for surveys and you’ll get screened out of more than you get accepted for. If you find a good enough survey site and don’t mind the time, you might make a little pocket money. But, that’s about it.
Testing websites isn’t much better. The pay is often a little higher but the process takes longer as well. For example, I’ve seen some sites offer $10 for a test. But, that’s rare and what you need to do is involved and fairly time-consuming. Your income might be a bit higher if you find the right company. Even then, it’s not a revolutionary income source.
Email marketing has much more long-term potential. This is an approach that many website owners take to promote their products. It’s also a good way to engage with your audience. For that matter, an email list is a critical component of managing your own website.
Once again, this isn’t going to be a fast way to make a ton of money. Besides, email lists are most relevant for people who already have a website and an audience. Simply spamming people with ads isn’t a good plan.
Getting a website to the point where email marketing makes sense takes time, planning and research. Needless to say, 60 Minute Profit Plan doesn’t show you how to do any of that.
In fact, the 12 email marketing videos add up to just over an hour of content. That’s not enough to learn email marketing. I would expect at least 12 1-hour videos – and probably more than that.
60 Minute Profit Plan promote some legitimate approaches for earning money. The problem is that those don’t come close to the claims that the site initially made. Besides that, some of the techniques aren’t powerful, while the email marketing videos don’t provide enough information to be useful.
And honestly, why even bother? The marketing alone makes it clear that 60 Minute Profit Plan isn’t going to provide quality training. If you were interested in any of those fields, you would be better off looking for specialized products, ones that are actually realistic.
Most products like this last just a few short months then disappear. That's the nature of hype in the business of making money online.
The only system I've seen last more than a decade is the same place where I learned how to start an online business. They've been around teaching newbies to make money online since 2006. You can join for free and start your first website in the next couple minutes
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