Product Name: Auto Mass Traffic Generator Software
Product Owner: Mo Latif
What is it?
A training program with software for gaining traffic through PPC approaches.
The advertising for Auto Mass Traffic Generator sounds like it is promoting an entirely different product than it actually is. Even though it is advertised as a new and fast way to gain traffic, it really is simply a training program for how to buy traffic through PPC. The training is okay, but it is nothing to get excited about, and the software that the program offers simply isn’t worth the time or effort.
Before You Buy
After I purchased the product, I actually had a lot of difficultly accessing it. As I would have expected, I was taken to a Clickbank page telling me that I had purchased the product and to click to access it.
However, clicking on the link took me to an error page telling me that I hadn’t paid.
Now the payment went out of my PayPal, so whatever the problem was, it wasn’t that I hadn’t paid.
I have no real way of knowing whether the problem I experienced was at the end of the product or PayPal, but either way it was frustrating. In fact, PayPal’s guidelines suggest that if it was on their end, I won’t hear back from them for ten days. If it was on the company’s end, well, who knows?
Because of this issue I couldn't access the product at all, so this review will be based on information I have researched regarding Auto Mass Traffic, rather than my own personal experiences. This post will be updated if I do get access to the product at a later date.
Personally, I find the fact that I could not access the product very frustrating, and this does not make me think very highly of the product overall.
What I Liked
I did like the fact that there was significant training in the product, including a decent amount of pdfs and text-based training. Realistically, I think that the product should have been promoted as training from the outset rather than as fantastic software.
What I Didn’t Like
One thing that seriously bothers me about Auto Mass Traffic is that many of the methods of gaining traffic that the author insults and dismisses are legitimate and effective ways of gaining traffic. In fact, it seems like the only reason he doesn’t like what he calls ‘old school junk’ is that it takes time, and effort.
I wish there was an easy button for making money online. Really, I do. It would make my life so much simpler. The thing is, there simply isn’t a way to make money online without effort. If there was, you can bet the economy would be a lot different than it is now.
The worst part is these product salesman make their products sound so amazing and revolutionary that people do believe them, and spend money for the product. The sales pitches look convincing, they always do. These guys are master con-men. The thing is – the sales pitch is really no indication of how good the product or whether it will offer any real benefits.
The Actual Product
Auto Mass Traffic sounds too good to be true, and if you actually look at what the product advertises, it doesn’t even make sense. Traffic is a critical part of earning money online, and it is pretty much impossible to get traffic without some degree of work, particularly if you want traffic that will be actually useful for making money.
Auto Mass Traffic actually is a training website for a specific way of generating traffic through PPC advertising, along with software that also supports the training.
PPC advertising is a legitimate way of gaining traffic, although it really is as ‘old school’ as any of the other techniques that the author talked about. PPC can be tricky because it can easily end up costing more than the person makes from it. If you don’t fully know what you are doing with PPC, it can end up a little bit like gambling, which makes it a bad choice for a person who is new to the field.
PPC also has the disadvantage of requiring a budget, something that isn’t mentioned at all anywhere in the promotion for the product.
It’s also worth noting that the software appears to be most strongly associated with Yahoo’s search engine, rather than Google’s, which is a problem. Whether you love or hate Google, the truth is that the company really has cornered the market in terms of search engines. This is one reason why Google is the main engine that most tools do, and should, use.
The software itself is what is sometimes known as a web scraper and is used to find the results for specific search terms from search engines. Once the websites are found, the user then bids on advertisements. Additionally, the software sends users to sites where they can pay for traffic.
Ultimately, any traffic doesn’t come from Auto Mass Traffic at all, but from paying for traffic from various sites. Now, I don’t have an issue with PPC if that is the approach you choose, and many people do. However, this means that Auto Mass Traffic is nothing more than a training program.
Isn’t as Advertised
Overall, the training provided in Auto Mass Traffic appears to be decent, so the major problem that I have with it is that it isn’t at all what the product originally claimed to be. As I mentioned earlier, the product owner places huge emphasis on how much work is involved in other methods of gaining traffic.
The thing is, going through a training site really isn’t that different. It isn’t easy or simple to go through the training that Auto Mass Traffic offers, in fact, it isn’t really that different than going through any other type of training. Even the software is difficult to use, particularly for people who are new to the concepts involved. Again, this isn’t what I expected from software that prides itself on being easy to use.
It’s also worth noting that the product isn’t actually advertised as training at all. It is promoted as this wonderful software that works pretty much instantly, letting users get traffic quickly and easily. Clearly, this isn’t the case at all.
Multiple reviews say the support for this product is particularly bad, especially when it comes to getting a refund. The company has a tendency to try and convince users to stick with the product when they seek a refund. Personally, this is a behavior that I hate, because if you want a refund, your mind is pretty much made up.
Some people mention that they did eventually get a refund from the product, but it took a lot of jumping through hoops, which really isn’t what you would expect from the way the product guarantees a refund.
Honestly, I would think much higher of Auto Mass Traffic if it was promoted as a PPC training program rather than a product for gaining traffic. As training programs go, there are certainly better programs out there, but there are worse ones also.
One thing that some reviewers noted about the training was that it was almost entirely text based, and that the videos that were present were very low quality. This does provide an indication of the quality of the content, because there isn’t really any reason why the authors wouldn’t create a better quality program.
Additionally, many people prefer video training to text-based training, and offering most of the training in text form only is likely to make it harder for some people to learn.
Who Is This Product For?
Assuming you have better luck actually purchasing the product than I did, Auto Mass Traffic looks like it might be useful as a way of decreasing some of the time involved in PPC advertising, particularly for people already experienced with the processes. However, in this case, be aware that the training is probably too simplistic, as it is targeted at new users. Honestly, there is little indication that the software actually is any good, so it may be worth looking for another product, or a different approach altogether.
Alternatively, the product might be useful for people looking for training into PPC, although I am sure there is better training out there.