“Hosting Scam” is the term that’s generally used for products like Click Clone Cash. They pitch a million-dollar mystery system, tell you it’s free, then get you to buy non-refundable hosting for your website. Sometimes they include training, sometimes not. It just depends on how brash the product owner is.
Here are all my reviews, including scam reviews, software reviews, MLM reviews, app reviews, and more. It's stuff I genuinely use for my website (or attempted to try), products and services I just have opinions on.
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For my #1 recommended training course, I recommend Wealthy Affiliate. With more than a decade of success stories under their belt and a thriving community, it's clear why every other training program out there just cannot compare.
Those scammy $9 PDF guide with upsells to $10,000 coaching calls sound ridiculous when you can pay $1 per day to be part of a dynamic training program with a supportive and enthusiastic community of online entrepreneurs.
American Online Jobs sounds like a fairly traditional job company. It even has listings on sites like careerbuilder.com, where it claims to have 399 active jobs. While that might sound good, reality doesn’t match the marketing. When you get down to it, American Online Jobs is something entirely different, and in my American Online Jobs […]
As with all trial offer and survey sites, the time you spend doing menial tasks is not worth the money you make. AT BEST, you can make about minimum wage, but that does not factor in other things which may cost you money or take more time than expected.
You could be spending your time doing other things to make a lot more money.
Deadbeat Super Affiliate Reloaded is jam-packed resource of information on how to build websites according to the “deadbeat style” that Dan Brock sets out for you. He really over-delivers with high quality video, accompanying text, and an active forum.
However, I just have very strong doubts about how well these websites will rank and earn, since I’ve tried and failed with similar business models.
My review of Empower Network. Spoiler: It’s a pyramid scheme disguised as blogging!
Jessica Larrew and crew deliver a super high quality course specifically for people interested in starting a business dealing with Amazon FBA. The main thing lacking in this course is the ability to ask questions on the training modules.
The quality of training is very high, and the community is somewhat active. The price is quite high but not unreasonable for what you get. I think this could be a good product for someone looking to market information via their own info product listed on Clickbank, but not for someone looking to make money in affiliate marketing.
An honest site, good training, mostly legit info, and it provides much more value than most internet marketing products. Plus, their basic membership is free!
However, when you start buying their packages, it gets pretty expensive, especially if you buy everything they have to offer. Considering that the community is not very active, and support is very limited compared to alternatives. Before you make a decision, take a look inside their members area and see if this is the right product for you.
In case you didn’t know network marketing is very similar to a pyramid scheme. The products and services featured in Wake Up Now can be found at OTHER companies that provide better service, higher quality products, and are not associated with sketchy business “opportunities”.
Wow. Wouldn’t it be great to have an unlimited source of free traffic that converts? You could literally make millions of dollars per day selling stuff online. If only there was a super-duper-secret system, and a generous guru to share his methods with me. Well, that’s basically what iTraffic X purports to. iTraffic X claims […]