Wow. Wouldn't it be great to have an unlimited source of free traffic that converts? You could literally make millions of dollars per day selling stuff online. If only there was a super-duper-secret system, and a generous guru to share his methods with me.
Well, that's basically what iTraffic X purports to.
iTraffic X claims to help you get unlimited traffic to your website, offer, ecommerce business, affiliate site, or blog – but are the claims legit?
I've been an affiliate marketer for 8 years now. I like my work, but it's not easy. My main struggle is always how to get high quality traffic to my pages! If these guys really do deliver on their promises, then I'd be set for life! I had to investigate!
Well, as it turns out, these guys are just your typical guru internet marketers that spend a lot of money and time making fancy sales page, then deliver a hot pile of smelly garbage. In my review of iTraffic X, you'll see exactly what this product is not worth your money for a few simple reasons.
Section 1: Fake-Ass Advertising
Are you ready to get pissed off? Good. The advertising for iTraffic X gives visitors a completely unrealistic vision of how an internet business is run. On top of that, they employ a number of sleazy marketing tactics. It's really part and parcel for the “make money online” product scene, but that doesn't make it any less acceptable.
For me? I'm used to is. I knew this stuff was BS as soon as I watched the main sales video. The sad part is that for many newbies, you have gotten excited. Wow! Finally a system that can solve all my money problems, and it only cost $47!
Unfortunately, that's not how this stuff works.
iTraffic X Sales Video (click to start)
Did you know it's possible to click a few buttons and get unlimited free traffic to your website or affiliate link in as little as 52 seconds?
Making money online is going to take work and time. Sometimes it might even require that you invest money into your business. But give up on the idea that you're going to discover a secret guru system that will show you how to make money online quickly.
Besides the fact that making money is never going to be a 3-step process of “point click profit”, they do a lot of other crap that I hate. Example 1: fake countdown timers. The discount never expires. The timer resets when you leave the website. There's no rush to buy. It's a sales tactic.
Example 2: dumb valuations. There are quite a few “upsells” during the purchase process to try to get you to spend more money. It's a classic move for this industry. Once you buy, instead of being taken to the thing you just bought, you'll be directed through a number of other offers. This particular offer was valued at $56,000.
Sorry. That's basically a made up number. Use your thinking cap. Would a normal person discount a product that's normally worth 56 grand and sell it for $47? No way! That's a 99.92% discount in case you were wondering.
No normal business owner would discount their product to almost 100% off of the actual sales price.
Anyway, this is just a gripe of mine. Let's dig into whether or not the product actually works.
Section 2: Is The Training Legit?
Alright, so the advertising is horse shit, but maybe the training is useful. The basic product itself (with no upgrades) is only $47. If you can't spend $47 to start a business, then you shouldn't be start a business. Is iTraffic X worth the money? Let's find out!
Here's a screenshot of the member dashboard area.
Here's the training area:
- Video 1: Overview (2:59)
- Video 2: Accessing The Software (3:28)
- Video 3: Finding Offers (3:39)
- Video 4: Your First Campaign & Getting Traffic (2:49)
- Video 5: $423 Case Study (3:11)
Let's be real. You just paid $47 for less than 20 minutes of video. Are you disappointed yet?
Half of that video time is just introducing you to the system and explaining how things work. So you basically paid for about 10 minutes of useful content. Wow. I feel pretty ripped off.
The system is simple. You upload videos to YouTube, then the software sends them out to social media sites. OK, are you ready for that unlimited traffic and sales? Are you ready to supercharge your business? LOL.
Video 4 is basically the only “useful” video, in that it shows how to use the software. However, it's a horrible video. He doesn't even actually show the software working. The presenter alludes to the fact that you should have some videos done already, and if you don't, there's a little video creator button. It'll make videos from images, basically switching images, with maybe some background music? It's hard to say because he doesn't make a video in the clip. The button only works in Chrome, and he doesn't even take the time to show the thing working in Chrome
I guess we'll just have to figure it out ourselves.
Get Ready To Cry…
Ok, so video 5 really takes the cake. This just shows you how astoundingly low-quality iTraffic X is. In this “case study” video he shows us a screenshot of his earnings, around $900. OK, that sounds pretty good. But then he starts saying stuff like (paraphrasing), this is proof that video marketing works.
Duh. Yeah, I know video marketing works. What about your software?
He goes on to mention that many of the sales came from his email marketing list, and some came from natural search engine traffic. He doesn't what percentage came from using the software. Lastly, he calls the software Video Profit Machine 2.0, which is clearly another product.
Section 3: So What About Traffic?
It's pretty clear by now that iTraffic X does not live up to the hype. It doesn't even really do anything the sales page claimed. This will not produce unlimited traffic with a couple clicks of a button. What about video production? What do I do if my vids aren't converting? What about competition with the thousands of other people reviewing JVZoo products? How do I make money if I don't know anything about the stuff I'm reviewing? What if I'm in a different niche? How is this supposed to help me if I own a business or a blog?
Oh, and how the hell am I supposed to get views on Twitter without a massive social media following? Is LinkedIn really going to let me spam my useless image-clip videos? Are people from Medium really going to click my affiliate links?
There are so many unanswered questions.
In short, iTraffic X is not useful for getting high quality traffic, and most likely won't get you any traffic at all.
Section 4: Do I recommend iTraffic X?
Nope. There's really not much else to say that I haven't said already. The advertising is really misleading and the video distribution software is just a gimmick to get your $47. You'll have more luck just uploading to YouTube using video SEO, then promote your video on one or two social media platforms where you actively engage with people in your niche. Don't forget that you should have a website you own, and you should be sending traffic between your videos and website.
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