Let me start off by saying that this review focuses on My Push Button Profits, not Push Button Profits, Push Button Traffic or Push Button Cash Site. For whatever reason, there are multiple sites out there with very similar names and completely different angles.
I guess the thought of making money with the push of a button is very appealing. Of course, the idea is also nonsense. You’re never going to be able to make money with just a single step. There’s always more to the process. If it were that easy, companies would be just earning themselves, not selling their ‘secret’ technique.
Red Flags And Concerning Practices
Based on the marketing, My Push Button Profits is this amazing program developed by Jack Henderson. He’s apparently a work from home millionaire, one that’s been featured in The Daily Post (10 years ago).
Never heard of him? Don’t worry, no one else has either. The name is probably entirely made up and the image is nothing more than a stock photo. The truth is that when people make this much money online, you do actually hear about them. One of the most obvious examples is Mark Zuckerberg, but there are plenty of other online entrepreneurs. Most don’t make as much splash as Zuckerberg, but they certainly show up on Google searches.
The lack of information about Jack Henderson is the first serious problem with My Push Button Profits. There are plenty of others too.
A second issue is something that you see throughout the site, the idea of making high earnings fast, without any effort or energy. In this case, you’re meant to be earning $300 to $1,000 per day or $13,000 to $17,000 per month – with barely any work.
As the name suggests, the entire system is meant to work with just the push of a button. You just set it up and run. The testimonials are even more absurd, like earning $350 in the first 5 hours. There are plenty of money making approaches out there, but I’ve never seen anything legitimate offer this much income in such a short space of time.
The testimonials probably won’t be real anyway. They’ll be simply made up statements accompanied by a Fiverr video or a stock photo. If nothing else, real people don’t write that way. They also include different types of information when they review a product.
There’s also the ‘positions remaining’ manipulation. Based on the website, there is 1 position remaining and it is reserved for me, but only for the next five minutes. Of course, that position will always be available, regardless of how many people sign up. There isn’t actually a limit to the number of people that can earn.
Another laughable aspect is the ‘shocking’ letter that is included as a screenshot.
I don’t personally know what letters Clickbank sends to its top earners or if it sends them at all. Still, I highly doubt that they look like this. Besides, the letter doesn’t even name who it is talking about or what they were selling on Clickbank.
The same is true for the various types of proof and income examples that are provided on the site. These aren’t evidence of anything. They’re meaningless. It’s extremely unlikely that individuals are earning this much. Sales screenshots can also be easily manipulated and they offer no indications of the products being sold.
There are plenty of other serious issues on the site but I want to just focus on one more of them – the date. Many of the images suggest that this is an old program, including references to 2008 and 2010. The domain was first registered in 2010, so the site really has been around that long.
Even if the program did work in 2010, it’s very unlikely to work now. The online world changes far too rapidly. Nowadays, search engines tend to favor websites that have a significant amount of quality content. You can’t simply create sites with little on them and then expect them to be successful.
What You Get
Thankfully, My Push Button Sites offers some indication of how users are meant to make money. Members receive 10 websites that require very little work. The websites are all created for you, including product links and the like. You get to choose which products based on the options that the company provides.
My Push Button Sites also provides all of the promotional materials for those products, like squeeze pages, sales videos and the like. They even say that you don’t need to sell or write anything. Everything is done for you.
The idea sounds amazing if you’ve never tried to make money online. For anyone in this field, there are some glaring problems right from the beginning.
For one thing, the created sites are going to contain very little content. The sites are likely to be very similar to one another, especially when members choose the same products. This type of site won’t rank in search engines and won’t get traffic.
Even if you managed to get traffic (perhaps by paying for it), sales are unlikely. Audiences are more informed now than ever before. They often buy online, but they heavily rely on information and comparison. This is why sites with high-quality content often make money, while hype-based sites are much less effective.
There are few indications about what the sites look like, but the sales page does include one small image. There isn’t enough detail to see much. Even then, it’s clear that the site isn’t great and wouldn't make you money.
You could take the sites that are made for you, improve them and potentially make money – there’s just no benefit in doing so. Making the site isn’t the hard part anyway. You’d probably spend more time trying to make their sites viable than you would if you started from the beginning.
The Underlying System
The entire concept is simply affiliate marketing, using products from Clickbank. Affiliate marketing itself works well. You get to earn from sales without creating or physically owning any products. Many people make money this way and there is plenty of training that shows you how to be successful.
You can even use Clickbank if you want to, although I wouldn’t recommend it most of the time. Clickbank is an affiliate network, which means that it hosts many individual affiliate programs. There are other networks that follow a similar idea, so it’s not your only choice.
Many of the programs from Clickbank are low-quality, ones that other networks won’t touch. This can decrease your chance of making a sale and means a higher-than-normal rate of returns. Besides, My Push Button Profits never tells you exactly what you’ll be promoting. That’s never a good sign. Withholding that information suggests that the products probably aren’t that appealing.
There’s one other problem with this idea. Affiliate marketing takes time. Even if you have an amazing website with powerful content, you need to get traffic to the site and your visitors need to buy things. It often takes at least a few months before you start making money, much longer before you see levels like $100 per day.
Yet, the testimonials suggest that you can earn hundreds of dollars in the first 5 hours. That’s never going to happen.
My Push Button Profits is sold through Clickbank, which means that it is relatively easy to get a refund. This doesn’t make it risk-free, despite the marketing claims. As is often the case, My Push Button Profits is part of marketing funnel. The initial sale goes through Clickbank, but the subsequent upsells won’t.
The company also promotes these upsells as critical ways to make money, using similar marketing to the initial sales page. It is a manipulative strategy that leaves people out of pocket. As the disclaimer states, there is no guarantee that you’ll make any money. In fact, all of the income claims are ‘considered exceptional results’. If you earn anything at all with the program, it certainly won’t be what the marketing claims.
My Push Button Profits is manipulation from start to finish. Users are meant to pay $77 (plus upsells) for 10 sites and training. Those sites are never going to make you money, especially as they don’t focus on content. Copy-paste income never works. You’d also be promoting low-quality products that most people won’t want to buy unless you trick them, as the advertising for this particular product attempts to do.
Products like this are obvious scams. They claim that making money online is quick, easy, and you just need to pay the fee to learn the secret.
In my 8 years making money online, that's never been true. To make money online, no matter the method, you have to work hard, and work consistently for at least 2-3 months before you start seeing results
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