Wow. Wouldn’t it be great to have an unlimited source of free traffic that converts? You could literally make millions of dollars per day selling stuff online. If only there was a super-duper-secret system, and a generous guru to share his methods with me. Well, that’s basically what iTraffic X purports to. iTraffic X claims […]
This extremely short PDF is pretty much useless. It’s very short, and provides no real training whatsoever.
Although the quality of the Build My List’s videos is pretty good, Jimmy Kim’s offers no new insight in the world of list building and selling “make money online” products.
Super Affiliate Ninja Secrets in 80% fluff we’ve all seen before. Build an email list, promote affiliate offers from JVZoo, and get traffic from solo ads.
Although I did like Arbitrage Underdog Reloaded, I like the Black Label Edition much better. Not only does it let you search through more job sites, and more locations at once, but it also does it a lot faster. At $57 the cost of this product is almost twice as much, but well worth it in my opinion. If you’re thinking of trying your hand at service-based arbitrage this tool is a must have.
Anthony Morrison’s Email Domination course seems like another one of typical products. There are some good things about it but it’s obvious that all his time and effort went into marketing, and polishing the look of the course. It’s definitely not worth the cost.
What Brand Authority provides is some basic information on a topic that isn’t really necessary for marketers who are just starting out in their business. It’s not bad information or anything like that, it’s just something the beginners don’t need to put a lot of effort into at the start. The information in this product that is relevant to newbies isn’t good. Put simply, if you’re a new marketer you need to avoid this product.
Email Marketing Made Easy is just too simple and vague. The majority of information in this ebook can be found in a few minutes with a quick Google search. If there were statistics to support some of the advice or even examples of successful emails, this would be worth the time.
It doesn’t include any information or guidance on how to actually setup an email marketing campaign, despite its salespage claiming it will provide you with everything you need to be successful with email marketing. The only thing you will find in this ebook is general information such as use images and keep your emails concise.
List Authority includes a list building checklist and resource sheet. About half of the content List Authority comes with is for list building, and the other half for reselling List Authority with the PLR license.That cuts the value of List Authority in half since the PLR related content is useless and has no real substance.
Given the limiting nature of this product, there’s just no way I would recommend it to anyone. But on top of that the age of the information is by far the worst thing about it. Online marketing advice from 2009? No thanks!