Product Name: PPC Tsunami
Product Owner: Paul Lynch
Advertised Price: $5.00
What is it
PPC Tsunami is a video training course created to teach you how to how to buy PPC (pay per click) ads at the lowest possible amount in order to help you market more efficiently.
PPC Tsunami will not teach you everything you need to know about PPC. It’s a ‘snack-sized’ video course that teaches you one man’s method. The training is good, but it’s not for beginners.
PPC is a complicated marketing strategy that, even some of the best marketers have trouble with. For $5 PPC Tsunami is worth it as long as you lower your expectations.
Before you buy
Once inside the members area you’ll see a lot of other products for sale. They’ve cleverly hidden PPC Tsunami among multiple other products, making it difficult at first, to find the one you actually paid for.
There are no annoying popups. But there is tons of flashy banners and prompts to get your attention on other parts of the “system.”
What I liked
There’s quite a few things I enjoyed about this course. However, I think more than anything else, the simplicity and straightforwardness are what I liked most. Let me explain a little more…..
No Pushy Upsells
I really liked that fact that I didn’t have to jump through hoops to buy this product. The purchasing journey was straightforward — I read the sales page, found the purchase link, and was taken right to the website after buying.
It sounds crazy to give praise for something so simple. But you’d be surprised how many times I’ve had to decline multiple, unrelated product upsells just to get what I already paid for.
Easy to Digest
One of the things i really like about this product is how compact it is. Paul Lynch could’ve easily made this course into one or two really long videos. Instead though, he cuts out all the fluff and chopped it into 6 short videos. Each video is about ten minutes long.
Because of that, the training is easy to follow. And you can easily take a break and pick up right where you left off, with no problems.
Although the information in the course only shows you one PPC strategy, it’s solid information. Paul shows you exactly how to setup your campaigns and he even shows where he buys traffic.
There’s certain to be at least one or two good nuggets of information in this course — even if you’re already familiar with PPC.
What I didn’t like
Courses like this one aren’t meant for those with no experience. It’s a good course, but if you don’t understand the basics of PPC and online marketing courses like this one will cause more harm than good. Besides that, here’s a couple other things you should be aware of.
I was lost and confused immediately after purchasing PPC tsunami. I was taken to the members area which is dark, messy and full of things like information about other products I didn't purchase.
It looks like they use the same members area for all their products. Normally that wouldn’t bother me but it creates confusion due to all the information there that’s irrelevant to my purchase.
Tsunami? I think not.
While I enjoyed how succinct the course was, I expected a “Tsunami”. Needless to say, that’s not what I got. PPC Tsunami is not a PPC course. And it’s certainly not a Tsunami of PPC information.
It’s just a few videos that outline one way to buy traffic.
I understand the need for a catchy product name. But a better name would’ve been, “Paul’s PPC method”. Or something like that.
Hey, for $5, this product is totally worth expanding your knowledge of PPC. It's not the best I've used, but it's a good course for a good price.
Pay per click advertising can be a very effective way to increase your profits online. However, if you don’t understand the basics first, you can (and will) spend hundreds, if not, thousands of dollars on useless ads. This is why I recommend people start with free traffic methods before moving on to PPC, especially for newbies on a budget. This is how I started. Now I do PPC as well, but I'm glad I didn't start out with it.
I lost a few thousand dollars messing with ads and going nowhere when I started my first paid campaigns. As an experienced marketer with a budget, I knew it was all part of the learning process. As a newbie, I would have been devastated.
If you are sure you want to do the PPC route, my #1 recommendation is Traffic Black Book. If you want to learn free traffic methods and the same way I got started in online business, I recommend Wealthy Affiliate.
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