Product Name: Mass Income Multiplier
Product Owner: Tony Perr and Tom Geller
What Is It?
Software for content site creation, traffic generation and list building designed for fast money making online that falls far short of its objectives.
Before You Buy:
Mass Income Marketer is a system that claims to be automated and provides users with content sites, traffic and list building. The authors claim viral traffic as the result of the system, even though the webpages have little to no content and are unlikely to rank well on Google. Even the automation that the software offers is considerably less than advertised, and in reality, making money off this product requires as much work as making money through affiliate marketing without the gimmicks.
What I Liked:
The fact that the video for this product was short is definitely a plus. Most similar products have long videos were it isn’t even obvious how much longer the person is going to talk before they get to their point. I also liked the fact that the video gave me a chance to see into the product and get some idea of what was being sold.
What I Didn’t Like:
Despite what Tony says in his video, making money from social networks is not a new approach. In fact, most internet marketers use social networking in some way or another, and there are a number of other products that also directly target social media as a way of making money.
The implication throughout the marketing for Mass Income Multiplier is that it is a much better approach than other ways of making money online. For the most part, this isn’t true.
Now, I agree that you shouldn’t need to spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on learning how to make money online (as Tony apparently found out the hard way).
However, you don’t need an automated product like Mass Income Multiplier either. In reality, Mass Income Multiplier doesn’t provide you with any more advantages in the marketplace than many of the big name hyped products.
Tony also makes a big deal of components that you don’t need to make money through his system.
He is entirely correct, you don’t need any of these things to make money through his system. However, you don’t need any of them to make money online through affiliate marketing to start off with. Of those three elements, the only one I would recommend for making money online is having hosting/domain, but even then, only once your business is profitable.
He also perpetuates the idea that these things are difficult to learn, or expensive. Nathaniell has done a whole series of posts on how to start a website for cheap, where to get good hosting, and related topics. Guys like this want to make you think it's difficult, so they can pitch you their “no website product. Actually, the mantra of you don't need a website to earn money is a popular scam. Remember, if you don't own the domain, you don't own your business.
It is entirely possible to make money online using free websites and all the information to do so can be found online for free on sites like this one. At the end of the day, earning money online for beginners should never be expensive and if it is, you are doing something wrong.
The fact that Mass Income Multiplier is automated is probably its largest selling point, but it should be something that sets off alarm bells. The problem with just about anything automated is that quality is sacrificed in order to gain quantity.
The key form of automation that Mass Income Multiplier offers is traffic generation. The website makes a big deal out of promoting how much traffic it’s ‘actual users’ make as the result of Mass Income Multiplier’s approach (of course, there is no way to know whether these stats are real or not).
The problem I have with this is that all traffic isn’t equal. Mass Income Multiplier gives little information about where it is generating traffic from and the information it does give isn’t exactly encouraging.
The problem is that the large amount of free traffic that users are getting isn’t necessarily good traffic. For example, people who are engaged in internet marketing quickly learn how to target their websites and keywords around attracting users who are actually going to purchase anything.
The approach of Mass Income Multiplier is likely to simply result in a large amount of viewers who aren’t really interested in buying anything. That certainly doesn’t translate into good profits and isn’t a good business strategy.
Likewise, the automatically generated websites that you can make with Mass Income Multiplier really aren’t that good, especially when you realize that the same templates will get recycled across many users.
At the end of the day, quickly and ‘automatically’ created websites have disadvantages, particularly as they do not have the content needed to actually get any attention. Realistically, most people who view the site are not going to trust you enough to actually buy a product from you.
I don’t doubt that you can make profits from these sites by adding content and building it out like a normal website, but if you end up doing that, what was the point in buying the product in the first place?
Furthermore, if you are going to go to all this effort, you would want a website on your own domain and hosting, just so that you have control over it. Personally, I am always very hesitant about building something on someone else’s hosting, particularly if they are not well-known. At the end of the day, you simply don’t know what is going to happen to it.
One thing that I don’t like about this product is that all of the promotion acts to hide some elements of what is being sold.
In the video for this site, Tony creates two premade webpages and then goes back the next day to show the amount of profit that these pages have made. However, this is nowhere as good as Tony makes it sound.
First, the actual profit that Tony makes is decent, but not astounding for a website created by someone experienced at affiliate marketing.
Second, and most importantly, there is no way that any money was made from just the steps in the video.
Tony created a very basic website that contained one video (from YouTube) and nothing else. He didn’t have any products that he was selling or any affiliate links, and he never entered his ClickBank id anywhere. Simply put, regardless of how much traffic that website got, it could not make money.
If the images of profit that Tony shows further on in the video for the two pages he created were accurate, then he did a whole lot of extra work on those webpages that was not shown, or even implied in the video.
Can you make profit through Mass Income Multiplier?
On its own… probably not.
The truth is, to make money with Mass Income Multiplier you need to make use of the system coupled with traditional affiliate marketing tools, including creating content, setting up affiliate accounts and links, and writing sales pitches.
In other words… all the things that Tony promises you don’t have to do.
The final point I want to make about the misleading nature of this product relates to the image below:
Businessmen who actually want to help others are few and far between. What this statement is completely ignoring is the fact that this product makes its authors significant profits. At the end of the day, most online marketing ‘gurus’ do make a lot of money, but this money comes from the systems and products that they promote and sell, not by actually following those systems.
Mass Income Multiplier sounds like a fantastic product, but honestly it doesn’t work at all. As should be evident from what I have talked about on this page, the system is nowhere near as automated as it claims to be. Realistically, you end up doing as much legwork as you do for any other form of online marketing, which kind of defeats the purpose to start off with.
In the video, Tony makes multiple claims, including the fact that the websites created through Mass Income Multiplier will get a large amount of traffic and ‘go viral’. Viral marketing is a hot topic, and websites do go viral, but it is not something that is predictable, much less replicable.
The truth is, even marketing experts don’t know precisely why some things go viral and others don’t. So, Mass Income Multiplier really has no way of achieving its ambitious claims.
Another huge issue with this product is that any website created through it will not rank well on Google or any other search engine. The SEO work that Mass Income Multiplier claims to do for its users isn’t really anything, and certainly won’t help in earning profit in the long-term.
Mass Income Multiplier relies on getting its traffic through social media, specifically through people sharing it from one person to the next. There are a few major problems with this. First, you actually need a social following to have a chance of getting traffic in this way, and I’m not talking about your friends and family. Second, how many people would actually share the type of website that Mass Income Multiplier develops?
People don’t share something unless they find it to be very interesting, and they are even less likely to share an ad-laden website.
At the end of the day, you cannot automate your way to success online, as getting rankings and sales is much more complex than Mass Income Multiplier makes it out to be, and the most sure-fire way of achieving this is through content and SEO, not automation.
Who Is This Product For?
Despite the advertising, you really do need some understanding of internet marketing to be able to make money with this product. Some users might find the list generation or traffic elements of the product to be useful, but most people will find them to not be worth the effort, particularly as this product strongly favors quantity over quality.
I personally would not recommend this product to anyone, and I suspect the only people that this product will work for are internet marketers with very specific needs who know how to take advantage of the good aspects of a product without falling for the bad ones.
Mass Income Multiplier strongly promotes the idea of having websites made for you, but in reality, making websites is nowhere near as hard as it used to be and you can successfully run an online business using a free website.
The best free websites that I have run into for internet marketing are Siterubix sites, and these look good as well as being easy to set up. Honestly, if you are trying to make money online, what you need is a free site and a good mentor, not a gimmick like Mass Income Multiplier.
If you are still unsure about building your first website, then you definitely need to see the online business training center where I learned how to build my first profitable site!
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