Cash Machines 2 is a useless. I realize it’s a nice idea that there is an easy way to make money, or there is a system out there that is going to hold your hand and show you the steps on how to make money. Please stop dreaming. If you want to hold onto that hope a bit longer, go right ahead. Close down this page, and keep searching. There will be plenty of people that will tell you it exists, but they won’t show you how until you pay them $47.
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.
If you're looking for the best way to make money online, here's my 5-day email course, which includes 100 days of email tips about how to build your affiliate business (the way I do it).
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.
This is a PDF guide that focuses on how to build an email list, how to market to it, and how to collect email addresses via eBay and Amazon, as well as a few tips on how to sell on these websites.
Bring The Fresh is a well known product. Surprisingly, I haven’t seen a lot of comment spam advertising it, but I have seen a lot of advertisements on internet marketing blogs advertising it. The introduction and site layout is pleasant, not too hyped, and short. There’s a forum, videos, and a PDF. Most of it is good, but I have some opinions on some of the training.
Though advertised as a super secret formula of 6 professional marketers, it’s actually a misleading video that is just a mask for the Empower Network.
For anyone who has done a bit of research, and for current members, it’s no secret that Empower Network is expensive. On top of monthly payments of $25 for blogging and $20 for an ewallet payment system, there’s a series of upsells that grow exponentially the deeper you get in. Here are some ways to get your money back.