Push Button Traffic 3.0 is one of the hottest current releases on JVZoo. As the name suggests, it’s the third version of the product, where each has been a slight improvement on the other.
Right now, there are many positive reviews talking about the program and barely any negative ones. Does this mean that it’s an amazing opportunity? Or, have the realistic reviews simply not been written yet? Even before looking at the product, I suspected that it wouldn’t be worth using and I was right, although there are a few redeeming aspects.
Push Button Traffic 3.0 Marketing
There seems to be a trend towards push button style products, with many programs claiming to have these amazing solutions. The whole idea is unrealistic. What are the chances that you could actually make money with just a click of a button?
Push Button Traffic does focus more on traffic than on income, but they still claim that you’re going to be earning instant profits. Does that claim sound excessive to anyone else?
There is also plenty of manipulation throughout the site – including large images of how much money you could be making. The images are probably fake but that doesn’t matter. Even if they were real, there’s no way to know how the income was made or who earned the money. Whoever it was could have been using an entirely different technique.
The bottom of the page also has a countdown until the price increases. The style is annoying, as the price is unlikely to increase. Besides, there are only sections for hours, minutes and seconds. So what, I just happened to stumble on the site the day before the price increase? That seems unlikely to me.
If you try to leave the site, you’ll get met with the typical discounts to try and get you to change your mind. If that’s not enough, you’re told about everything that the program comes with and what that is all worth.
Their figures are entirely made up and frankly quite absurd. Most of these items have no inherent value. The site owners are just slapping high prices on them to make it seem like you’re getting a great deal. If you try to leave after that, you’re met with another offer of a discount.
Honestly, marketing like this is over the top. It’s obvious that the same type of thing will happen when you try to buy the product. You’ll get hit with one upsell after another, along with discounts on those upsells.
Does It Work?
Push Button Traffic 3.0 reminds me of a product called Traffic Laze. Both of these rely on the same general idea, getting large amounts of free traffic. They even use many of the same marketing techniques and similar images.
They also have one other thing in common, they meet many of their claims. In the case of Push Button Traffic 3.0, you are getting cloud software and that software can be used to get traffic. The site even offers some details about how this all works, which is better than most other companies.
Despite this, the system isn’t everything that the marketing claims. The software works by ‘blasting’ out your affiliate link to various social media sites. Users don’t need to write any content because they’re using images that are already provided.
The software also allows you to connect multiple different social media accounts, making it a very efficient way to post to social media. The idea could easily generate traffic, but it won’t always.
More than anything, this system relies on you already having a social media following. Your audience also needs to be at least somewhat interested in the type of link your promoting or you’re not going to get very far.
If this is your first attempt at making money online, then you probably just have your own personal social media accounts. You would basically be spamming your family and friends with links that they probably aren’t interested in. That’s not a very appealing technique.
The whole concept is also designed for one thing – to promote Push Button Traffic. This is what they mean when they’re talking about the easy $150 paydays. Push Button Traffic 3.0 itself doesn’t sell for anywhere near that much. However, it is just one item in a chain of upsells.
There are so many problems with this that it’s hard to know where to begin.
The first is that you need your own social media following. If you don’t have one, you’ll want to grow that first. Doing so will take time and the program doesn’t really teach you how to.
A second issue is that you’re using the tools and marketing techniques from Push Button Traffic 3.0 to promote it. That doesn’t sound like a problem until you realize that everyone else is doing exactly the same thing. You’re competing against people using the same strategies and marketing materials that you are to promote the same product.
To make matters worse, the images you’re sending out are going to look like spam. People aren’t going to trust them, let alone follow through on your affiliate link.
You could theoretically take the software and use it with your own images to promote a different product. That would give you the time-saving advantages with fewer limitations. The initial marketing also suggests that you can use the traffic for whatever you want.
This angle would have some advantages and potentially less competition. Of course, you wouldn’t have as many marketing tools done for you, so it would require more work on your end. I still wouldn’t recommend Push Button Traffic, not even for this use.
There are other programs out there that make social media posting fast and easy. Many of them are entirely up-front about their features and what you’re paying for. I’d much rather choose one of those than rely on an overhyped product that makes everything sound more powerful than it actually is.
After all, using social media to gain traffic is a pretty common technique. Push Button Traffic may have some new angles and a slightly different approach but the underlying idea is still typical. It’s certainly not going to completely change your chance to make money, despite all of the marketing.
On a side note, the initial marketing claimed that Push Button Traffic offers unlimited traffic and instant profits without you needing to do work. That’s really not true. There are many people on social media, but it’s not an unlimited source of traffic. Besides, you’re going to be limited by however many people you are connected to.
You might be able to reach a larger audience with social media ads, if the posts from Push Button Traffic don’t break the terms and conditions. Those ads cost, so it wouldn’t end up being free traffic if you took that angle. Whatever way you look at it, the traffic source isn’t as amazing as the marketing suggested.
There are also plenty of other products out there that do roughly the same thing as Push Button Traffic, like Traffic Laze. Most of the people behind Push Button Traffic were also involved another program called Auto Affiliate Machine. That one has a different angle, as it’s focused on creating PDF reviews. The PDFs do look good, although it’s doubtful that they’d increase sales.
Auto Affiliate Machine also has an easy traffic angle, which involves using 1-click posting to various social media networks. That’s pretty similar to what Push Button Traffic offers. It sounds like the people behind the site simply used the same program to create multiple low-quality products.
Some of them, like David Kirby, are also associated with other similar programs. The end result is that the Push Button Traffic was created by people who are very familiar with driving sales and manipulating. Many of their products would have been popular initially too, before people realized that they simply don’t work.
Push Button Traffic 3.0 isn’t completely horrible. You can get traffic to your affiliate links through it. You might even make money if your social media audience was large enough. Even then, the software is incredibly misleading. You’re not getting free or instant traffic. You’re just taking advantage of a traffic source that you already have. For that matter, most people with a decent social media following would be using it to drive traffic to their site.
At the end of the day, there’s nothing about Push Button Traffic that makes it worth the time or the energy. Even if you do want easier posting to social media, there are other programs that offer the same advantages and are much more up-front about it.
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