Product Name: Get Quick Commissions
Product Owner: Chris Freville
What is it?
A product that offers quick wealth by developing a run-of-the-mill review site with duplicate content and poor prospects.
This product is full of hype and optimism and it is entirely unrealistic. The site you end up with from purchasing this product is one that you could not possibly hope to earn money from and most people would have issues even getting it to rank in Google in the first place. This is one product that simply isn’t worth looking at, unless you feel like laughing at the sales video.
Before You Buy
Because this is a ClickSure product, you may have some difficulty getting your money back if you want to. Additionally, some banks will kick up a fuss if you try to make the purchase because of the location of the company, so you may well get a phone call confirming that it is actually you trying to make the purchase.
What I Liked
Literally the only thing I liked about this product was that the sales video was decent quality. Even then, I still think it is an absurd video.
What I Didn’t Like
Seriously, the landing page for this site makes me want to laugh. Everything on the page screams manipulation and scam and it isn’t even evident what the product actually is.
I know that ‘sex sells’ but honestly, this is beyond ridiculous and I don’t know how anyone could take it seriously.
Aside from that, a major problem with the video is that it’s showing proof how the narrator is making money through ClickSure. ClickSure is seriously not to be trusted and as a network it has a huge number of complaints, including many by affiliates who simply don’t get the money that they are supposed to.
You know how ClickBank is considered to be the home of scammy products? Well ClickSure is the site that takes the products that even ClickBank rejects. Furthermore, ClickSure isn’t located in the United States, which makes actually getting your money a lot more difficult.
Another major issue I have with this product is its age.
Internet marketing changes really quickly. This means that an algorithm change can make something stop working entirely, even if it worked very well for a long time. The video for this product talks about how the narrator made a new ClickSure account, yet that account is from 2012.
This means that anything the product teaches is probably out of date and almost certainly ineffective.
To start off with, the girl in the video doesn’t really have anything to do with the product. She’s just a paid actress, designed to get the guys looking. After all, that’s not really a practical way to dress for a legitimate businesswoman.
The video itself is entirely staged too, and it’s very likely that most of the flashy things in it are rented. Besides, if you met someone in a coffee shop, don’t you think they would glance at the camera at least once?
In reality the person behind the product is an internet marketer call Chris Freville. Personally, I’m not surprised he’s chosen not to put his name on the product, because he does have a bit of a bad reputation online and Get Quick Commissions seems to be just the latest example of this.
Another major red flag about this product is the ‘big names’ it reports to be confirmed for the product launch. These include names like Mike Auton, Ronnie Montano and Tim Atkinson. Now these guys are big names in the business, but for all the wrong reasons.
Personally, I wouldn’t trust any product that these guys chose to promote.
So, what about the product itself?
What you get with the product is really quite ridiculous. There is a bit of training, but it isn’t a lot and it’s geared towards the one specific approach that the site is promoting. Aside from that, you get what is called a ‘review site generator’.
Basically, this just creates a pre-done site for you and the concept is that this lets you get off the ground running and making money quickly. In practice the opposite is true, because everyone who buys the product ends up with the same site, the same content, the same everything. This results in a lot of duplicate content online, which simply won’t get you ranked.
The other main thing you get with this product is a piece of software for gaining traffic through mass comments on Pinterest. This is a really bad approach. Spamming comments is not a good way to get traffic. All it really does is annoy people, and any traffic you get is just people who don’t want to purchase anyway.
I mean, how often do you think people go to Pinterest to buy something? It’s a site for inspiration, socialization and time-wasting, not shopping.
Oh – there is one more thing. You get link builder software with the product. Google now penalizes sites for having poor quality links, so using this software would probably make you lose ranking rather than gain any.
Get Quick Commissions might seem convincing, but it’s just another crappy product in a pretty shell. What you end up with is something that you literally cannot make any money with.
There is no shortcut to making thousands or millions of dollars online. Actually making money online involves putting in the time and the effort to develop a long-term stable site and to maintain that site. This is where a training community can play a huge role in supporting people, teaching them how to develop and how to succeed at their own business, without the hype of products like Get Quick Commissions.
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