Product Name: Authority Niche Machine
Product Owners: Shane Paxton and Carl Smith
Price: $27 (possible to find discounts)
Up-Sells: $27, $13, and $13
What is Authority Niche Machine?
Most people like the idea of shortcuts. Authority Niche Machine is a product that claims to be capable of automatically generating top-notch content that Google will love. The main purpose of the product is to create content for website owners as quickly as possible. However, there are several other features included as well, which, are equally useless.
There are 5 modules contained within this software. Module one contains allows you to add a new website to the software. Module two allows you to configure your affiliate links. Module three allows you to create campaigns on various authority websites such as Yahoo and YouTube (these campaigns will use spun content)and keyword research is also included in this module.
Finally, module four allows you to manage campaigns and the last module includes a WordPress Poster feature. The product claims to be capable of sending massive streams of traffic to your website but in reality the traffic is incredibly low quality.
Before You Buy:
People like Shane Paxton and Carl Smith like to create a new product launch every few months, take a look at his JVZoo profile. He has created quite a few products in the past and they all seem to be the classic internet marketing scam products that people create for quick cash. It looks like his entire source of income depends on launching new junk products instead of actually using the information he's selling.
The absolute best way to build traffic is to produce top-notch unique content that can stand the test of time. Most of the mumbo jumbo you read about this or that SEO tactic doesn't work all the time. It's just another classic case of one thing that worked ONE time, not what works all the time. Prebuilt sites and auto-SEO'd stuff simply doesn't work at all.</rant>
What I Liked:
There are a couple of things that I did like about the product.
For instance, I appreciated the fact that the sales video was honest and showed us how the product actually works. On top of that, the keyword research tools are decent and niche marketing does work. To be fair, that's what I do for a living. Shane Paxton and Carl Smith got a couple of things right when they made this product.
What I Didn't Like:
On the other hand, there are quite a few things that I did not like about Authority Niche Machine. The number one problem with this product is that it recommends spun content and it uses article spinning software. It doesn't matter how fancy the article spinner looks. The point is that spun articles don't make sense. Last time I checked, robots don't know how to read, and they don't know how to create sentences that make sense.
If you use an article spinner, the end result will be an abomination of an article that no one will want to read. I realize that creating unique content is difficult and time-consuming but the rewards are well worth the effort. Trust me. Google is actively fighting against spun content. Each Google update is designed to eliminate spam from the search engine results. You could lose all of your search engine traffic from making the silly mistake of using an article spinner. That's a risk that I'm NOT willing to take.
Spun content will damage your reputation online. Spun comments pasted around the internet is just plain spam.
The same goes for auto-generated YouTube embeds and grabbing affiliate data from affiliate networks. If you are not hand crafting your site from the beginning (at least from the content side), you are wasting your time (and possibly money)
It does teach people how to niche down and conduct keyword research which are indeed important to building a successful websites, but the business plan is a mess. It's a classic case of trying to sell a “business in a box”, but the product seems to have a very shortsighted view of building authority websites online.
It might seem like all the products that claim to teach you how to build a online business are complete scams. But that's not the case. There's a program that I have been following which I highly recommend. It's called Wealthy Affiliate and it's the number one rated online business community on my website. I recommend it because I use it myself.
Why is it better that Authority Niche Machine?
Well, that's simple. First, it's training material is kept up to date and you'll never be told to spam websites with spun content. In fact, nobody within the community recommends spun content because everyone knows that spun content is horrible for a website. The goal of Wealthy Affiliate is to teach people how to build a online business without shortcuts and tricks. It teaches you how to build a business from scratch using techniques that are approved by Google and other authority websites.
Don't fall for the shortcuts. They rarely work. I know from experience!
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