Product Name: eMobile Code
Product Owner: Bill McKnight AKA Ronnie C Montano
Upsells: $197, $295 and many inside product
What is it?
A product offering pre-built and ‘mobile optimized’ websites for making money online.
There is nothing revolutionary about eMobile Code, and the ‘system’ appears to be little more than a heavily promoted form of affiliate marketing where you get the website already made for you. But, with barely any training and little unique about the websites, I doubt many people will make money through eMobile Code at all.
Before You Buy
As usual, purchasing this product will immediately take you to multiple upsells. One of these is for a product offering you the ability to ‘make money in 60 minutes’ – something that is rarely ever actually true. There was also another upsell afterwards.
As I have come to expect, the upsells were vague about what they actually offered, such as claiming to have ‘120 more money making businesses’. The upsells are fairly expensive, and I wouldn’t recommend even considering them until you have actually seen whether the original product is even worth the money or not.
What I Liked
The only thing I really liked about this product was that some of the websites that it offers look kind of nice, but honestly, I have seen much better ones.
What I Didn’t Like
The video makes me laugh from the very first minute, because it is going through this animation about verifying your email address, even if you haven’t actually given your email address. I guess the concept is to make the video seem high tech and to show of the Clickbank outcomes (fake ones, no doubt), but really it just looks sad.
The video really is textbook for internet marketing scams. Expensive products and locations, glowing reviews, hype about how much money you can make… it’s all there.
Does it sound too good to be true yet? It probably does, because it really is. No product can guarantee you lots of money with little to no work – it’s simply not possible. Can you imagine what would happen to the economy if that was the case?
In reality, actors can be hired to rave about a product and it’s very easy to rent locations to film at to make videos like this seem authentic. There is nothing in this video that proves anything and the disclaimer alone should give you a pretty good idea that this product is nowhere near as good as it seems.
Inside the Product
When you purchase eMobile Code, you are taken to a members area that offers seven steps for you to follow as well as a range of other links. However, just about all of the steps are upsells, including the ones that are promoted as ‘free gifts’.
What you basically end up with are a set of ‘pre-made’ websites that are optimized for cellphones. Now, I’ve seen worse looking sites, but I’ve also seen better looking ones. Pre-made sites like this are also a major problem, because you are just getting a template that is the same as other people are using.
Not particularly useful for getting a unique site.
You can’t even set up the site all the way without paying extra, because the next page is this one and you can’t skip past it.
Now, $1 for two weeks isn’t too bad, but that’s just the trial cost. It ends up being $19 a month. Getting and setting up an autoresponder before you even get a site up and running is just stupid and I have a feeling that the website you make won’t even work properly if you cancel with Targetly.
This is a complete hidden cost, and it means you can’t even use the majority of the product without paying extra money. In fact, this is the main menu for the site, and as you can see, there is basically nothing you can do without having to pay more money.
The ‘free’ traffic link took me to the page below.
First, paid traffic is rarely ever useful, and honestly, getting traffic to your site doesn’t normally help unless the people who visit the site are actually going to buy something. Second, none of the links actually work, so you don’t even get that traffic.
eMobile Code does have a training section, but it’s just a repeat of the initial seven steps that the site offers. In fact, there is only a single training link within those steps. This link is basically promoting free coaching. You then have the option of registering for training that occurs live twice a week at specific days and times.
This is an actual awful system for training and honestly, I doubt the videos are any good. I signed up for it. But the video will be accessible an evening a few days from now, on a day I know I am busy on.
I have seen a lot of hype about eMobile Code, but honestly, I can’t see why. I can’t even get the pre-made sites without paying extra, but they don’t look very good at all. Even if they were wonderful – why bother? Optimizing websites for mobile viewing doesn’t exactly require a whole lot of technical knowledge to start off with, and there are WordPress themes out there that support this anyway.
Additionally, this product has little training, and there isn’t even an indication of how you are mention to earn money from the websites from the websites. I suspect the concept is to do affiliate marketing. If this is the case, then it will take a lot more work to earn money than the author of eMobile Code implies.
A final note about this product is that there are a lot of positive reviews on it out there. Honestly, most of the reviews made me laugh, because the reviewers didn’t seem to have any idea of what the product was about. Most people talked about how the product was an app that you ran on your phone that just gives you money – which isn’t the case at all.
Who Is This Product For?
I don’t recommend this product to anyone. You don’t really get anything that is worth bothering with.