Anthony Morrison’s Email Domination course seems like another one of typical products. There are some good things about it but it’s obvious that all his time and effort went into marketing, and polishing the look of the course. It’s definitely not worth the cost.
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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.
I think there’s some good basic advice in 4 Step CPA, but it’s not everything you need to know to get a business started online. My biggest problems with are the quality of the videos and the additional budget you need to use James’s advice. But even without those problems, 4 Step CPA just doesn’t give you what you need. It touches on one tactic, in one area of online business. It could be so much better.
Unfortunately, Traffic Overload is another over-promising, under-delivering product that discusses one tactic and barely scratches the surface of what it really takes to build a business online. The whole idea behind Traffic Overload? Buy banner ads from other websites or ad networks. Pfft. Yeah, that’s it. Oh, and the “video course” is really just one video that’s about ten minutes long. Obviously, the lack of information and originality is what causes this to be a product I won’t recommend.
A lot of websites have this habit of using a fake name, story and picture to make it seem like the person behind the site is like the person reading it. It’s a trick to make the product seem more legitimate and less like a scam. In this case, the name Debbie Jones is being used to promote a scam called Excel Cash Flow – although other sites may also use the same term.
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