Product Name: Commission Cash Generator
Product Owner: Jamison Terry
What Is It?
It's a software that strips articles from various websites through keyword searches and spins them numerous times. There's also some bonus training with a few different marketing lessons such as how to improve search engine optimization and conduct keyword research.
Commission Cash Generator is one of those programs that tries to convince marketers that they don't need to produce original and useful content in order to drive traffic to their website. It grabs articles from sources like article directories and spins the articles a bunch of times until you have some “unique” content to use for promotion purposes.
The problem with this approach to online marketing is that Google released several algorithms that detect spun content and push it to the bottom of search engine results. Therefore, it's incredibly difficult to use spun content to build traffic.
Of course, it's not all about Google. People hate spun articles because they are often confusing and sometimes incomprehensible. People won't read articles that are full of typos and grammar mistakes. Article spinners will never be able to create readable articles because they're programs. By the time you go in and re-create a readable article that converts, you might as well have written the thing yourself.
Before You Buy:
Realize that article spinners will only damage your business. It's not a shortcut. These article marketing techniques don't work anymore. It's a marketing technique that has been completely removed from the scene despite several other products still trying to push this technique. Examples are Authority Niche Machine, Fresh Store Builder, Kontent Machine, and Autoblog Samurai just to name a few.
What I Liked:
There's one thing that I did like about this product. Most of the training material is completely outdated but the section on keyword research was not bad. Keyword research hasn't changed much these past few years. There are a few lessons within the training section that teach people how to conduct keyword research. The training was not amazing but it wasn't horrible and at least beginners can learn something valuable from this product. But I didn't like anything else about the product.
What I Didn't Like:
Well, for starters the entire program is based on a marketing technique that's outdated and can only be used to ruin your website. The whole idea is to spam your website with garbage articles and then include affiliate links and wait for something to happen.
Here's the whole process pitched to us by Commission Cash Generator
- Step 1: Purchase CCG
- Step 2: Spin Articles
- Step 3: ???
- Step 4: PROFIT!
It's like how several years ago people would rant and rave the amazing benefits of submitting articles to article directories. Unfortunately, article directories are horrible for traffic and back-links nowadays. At best, they are low or no value. Some directories may actually damage your site if linked in high volume!.
Online marketers should focus on QUALITY instead of QUANTITY when it comes to publishing articles.
The point is that people will stick around if you provide value. If you're articles solve a problem or provide them with the information they need then they'll come back for more. The goal should be to help people with their problems. The goal shouldn't be to publish as many articles as possible. Sadly, a lot of people trust “gurus” and end up filling their websites with garbage and then become frustrated because they wasted a bunch of time.
Think about YOUR buying and searching habits. Isn't it obvious to you when a bot has created an article or if someone didn't do their proper research? Would you return to a site that gives you this impression? Probably not.
Sure, you can fool a few folks, and some of them might even buy something. But if you are building a long term business, looking for shortcuts is never going to product the results you're looking for.
Spun articles don't get organic traffic, and they certainly don't convert to sales.
Most products like this last just a few short months then disappear. That's the nature of hype in the business of making money online.
The only system I've seen last more than a decade is the same place where I learned how to start an online business. They've been around teaching newbies to make money online since 2006. You can join for free and start your first website in the next couple minutes