Table of Contents
- What Is It?
- Short Review
- Before You Buy
- What I Liked
- What I Didn't Like
- Final Review
Product Name: Six Figure Funnel Formula
Product Owner: Todd Brown
Price: $497 or $197 x 3 ($591)
What Is It?
Learn to market your own online products lead capture pages with email marketing.
I didn't buy this one because it's quite expensive. This is not an official review of Six Figure Funnel Formula, but it is a suggestion to some of the newbies out there that are considering buying it. What you'll read on this page is pure opinion.
Before You Buy
The first issue I have with the sales page is this:
This is clearly designed to give you the impression that you will be making six figures in 30 days. This is not true. I can almost guarantee that you will have made $0 after 30 days unless you have already created your product and have a list (but don't know how to create a proper funnel).
This advertising bit really means that you will have the funnel set up in 30 days and they claim that their funnel system can make you $100,000+. Your “sales machine” will be ready to make you that money.
Confusing, I know. But it's meant to be.
What I Liked
The sales page is very organized and clear about what they offer. Although I was put off by the misleading text I mentioned above, actually, how they pitch the product is pretty mellow compared to some of the scams I've reviewed out there.
They don't guarantee any kind of dollar value, and they don't tell you it's easy.
All modules are explained, and if you read through all that is said, you'll have a pretty good idea of what you are buying.
Facebook Support Group
Though I haven't looked into the Facebook group, the fact that they have a support community is great. The quality and the speed of support is something that I would have to consider before officially listing this as a “positive”, but I'll give them the benefit the doubt here.
What I Didn't Like
$497 is a gigantic price to invest in something you've never tried before. My issue here is that there are a number of people that associate price with value. Sometimes even I do this when I buy stuff online. I think , wow, if Product A is 2x more expensive that Product B, then the former must be BETTER!
This is not always true. Sometimes it is, but not always.
My suggestion to you is to not invest this kind of money into this product if you need it for rent, food, or gas. Many people start looking into how to make money online when they are in desperate situations, so if that's you, you can safely ignore Six Figure Funnel Formula.
If you have $500 laying around and don't mind trying out the training (hey, it comes with a money back guarantee, right?), then go for it.
Lots of people say that the “real money” is made in creating your own info products. But people that get into producing info products because it's profitable are the same people that are pushing loads of crap into my inbox every day.
Serial product creators are annoying as hell. And if you don't have a niche market you are interested in already, there's a good chance you'll get involved in the MMO or Biz Op scene and just become another scam-pusher.
If you know what niche marketing is and have an idea of what type of ebook or info product you want to create, SFFF might be worth your money.
Beware The Upsells
You're already spending $500 and you haven't even got to the upsells yet.
Don't know what an upsell is?
It's when you buy something, then the seller tries to package it with a “bonus” or a “one time offer”. The idea is that you are already in buying mode, and more susceptible to opening that wallet a bit more. You'll think, “Hey, I already spend five hundred, what's another $200? Plus, I'll get these fancy shiny things to make me more money!”
So know ahead of time that you might be spending more than you planned.
How Many Gurus Does it Take To Screw In A Light Bulb?
Do you know who these guys are?
Neither do I. But it sure looks official, doesn't it?
Gurus supporting gurus in product launches is one of the biggest scams out there. There is no reason that an endorsement by some guy that looks like he knows what he's talking about should convince you to buy a product. A product should speak for itself.
One of the guys endorsing this is Andre Chaperon. I've already reviewed his Autoresponder Madness, and it was a mixed review.
I've seen his face on quite a few other product launches, and I'm sure he's paid handsomely. An endorsement from him doesn't mean much except that the owners of this product launch have enough money to pay him to borrow is face. I don't think he's that picky about what he promotes, but that's pure speculation and I have no reason to believe that other than my own cynicism.
To be honest, it doesn't look like a bad product, but I do not recommend you buy it unless you are specifically looking for training on how to do product creation and email marketing.