This product is baked in theory. It’s confusing right from the start and once it finally gets going you realize that everything you’re being told is based on a bunch of theorized scenarios. Save your money.
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Lyoness has seen a fair bit of controversy over the years, even though you wouldn’t know it simply looking at site. Essentially, Lyoness is a program that offers money back for money you spend. One part of the site is a cashback card. It’s basically a loyalty card that you swipe to earn some of your purchase back and shopping points with the company.
This product only talks about how to get others to do your writing for you, it never even discusses how to sell the thing. There’s no advice given on marketing at all. I feel like the point Angela made could have been elaborated on a lot more. There’s really no substance to this product.
Although I did like Arbitrage Underdog Reloaded, I like the Black Label Edition much better. Not only does it let you search through more job sites, and more locations at once, but it also does it a lot faster. At $57 the cost of this product is almost twice as much, but well worth it in my opinion. If you’re thinking of trying your hand at service-based arbitrage this tool is a must have.
This guide is all over the place. It’s more like an idea list that lays out a dozen, or so, ideas without giving any real strategy or advice on how to use them. It seems like Dan got a little excited and quickly jotted down some ideas and went back later to fill in a few pages with fluff and over-hyped content.