Product Name: Avalanche X
Product Owner: Nathan Kass
Advertised Price: Free
Real Price: $30/month for hosting
What Is It?
Create automatic websites promoting offers.
Automatic doesn't work because you have no idea if the products you promote are good, so this system is broken already.
Automatic traffic from a “network” is low-quality is not going to convert. People want information before they buy.
Before You Buy
I was direct to Avalanche X from a product called 10k giveaway (which is already a red flag), though many of you probably landed there because some guy sent you an email about a “game changing system”.
Though it's presented as a live webinar and you are told there are limited spots, it's actually a recording. Go ahead, click the link a few times and it will always restart. So don't believe Nathan when he says…
Also, know that the tactic they use with Avalanche X is a very common way to scam people. They create a terrible piece of software, give it a ridiculous price like $997, then say they are giving it away for free for a short time.
The only thing you need to pay for is hosting. So they lock you into a 12-month or 24 month contract for $30-$100 per month.
What I Liked
Honestly, I'm not in the mood to be positive today. There's nothing to like about Avalanche X or it's creators.
What I Didn't Like
There's plenty to not like about it. Check out what these people are saying.
They are people just like you that the final step and bought into Nathan Kass's scam and were unhappy with what they found inside. It doesn't work like they said it would, and they can't even get a response from support.
But let's give Avalanche X the benefit of the doubt and say these people don't know what they're talking about. Can the software really work?
No. Not long term anyway.
If you do not care at all what you are selling, and do not care about the people buying products from your website, maybe you could profit with something like this. You could create mass amounts of low-quality websites, and drive tens of thousands of low-quality visitors to them every day, converting 1/1000 visits to a paying customer.
But then YOU are now the scammer!
One of the most important concepts for making money online is to KNOW about the products you promote. When you don't know what's inside, you might be wasting people's money. And if you waste people's money, they will come looking for you.
Want to create a secret identity so customer complaints don't bother you?
That sounds a lot like a scammer to me.
When anyone buys, they want to know about the products they are looking at. When you just copy or rewrite sales pages in an effort to just make sales, you are not a business owner. You are a just a guy/girl with a computer who is desperate for money.
Doing proper product research, keeping your blog full of up-to-date information, and answering questions potential customers have is part of having a successful online business.
When everything is done on “autopilot” with a piece of software developed by a mystery man that can't even answer his own support emails, you can bet that any profit you make now will not be long lasting.
Don't take advantage of people too naive to realize there are fake reviews on the internet. Creating automated websites with pre-written content is a bad idea.
If you really want to build a future full of online income, you need to learn how to build a website that people want to read. It doesn't have to be beautiful, but it does have to be informative and honest.
Learn how to do it at Wealthy Affiliate. It's where I started my first online business, and I'm still a member 4 years later. Contact me within the website for personal 1-on-1 support!
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