If you can actually find the sales page, you’ll notice that My Partner in Profit is a low quality site that is simply another MLM scheme that will not lead to significant profits.
There is no shortage of reviews of “make money online” or “online business” products. There are thousands of products released every year; some of them good, some of them outright scams. Some sites are strictly about reviewing these products, and IM Report Card is one of the biggest. But can you trust these reviews?
There is nothing unique about Clickbank Pirate, and the approach that the site is promoting has been tried by numerous other scam sites. Basically, users are provided with their own site (which is a clone of other sites) to use to promote Clickbank Pirate along with some rudimentary training.
While eProfit Academy may look like a legitimate online business, it is little more than a front for a survey site that you have to pay to access. Realistically, surveys are simply not a legitimate way of earning money online, and they take a lot of time with very little reward. This is one site to steer clear of.
The advertising for Auto Mass Traffic sounds like it is promoting an entirely different product than it actually is. Even though it is advertised as a new and fast way to gain traffic, it really is simply a training program for how to buy traffic through PPC. The training is okay, but it is nothing to get excited about, and the software that the program offers simply isn’t worth the time or effort.
There isn’t much to the Traffic Fortune product, and it is just relatively simple training for making money through videos on Facebook. The training left a lot to be desired, and honestly, I could probably have figured out the entire thing without buying the product. Aside from that, putting affiliate links in other people’s video is unethical and probably illegal. It also isn’t likely to get you much in the way of traffic, or profits.
Safe Simple Commissions is nothing short of a scam. I would be surprised if anyone made money through following their methods of affiliate links through Facebook and Twitter. Not only is the concept bad, but it is poorly executed, and the product provides very little actual information or training.
Commission Shortcut 2 focuses on a single approach to affiliate marketing, involving taking advantage of free eBooks and affiliate links within them. The low quality of the eBooks and the limited nature of the training provided means that the technique is unlikely to be effective for making significant profit in the long-term, particularly as the eBooks do not appear to be regularly updated.
It’s certainly true that people are using the internet on their mobile devices more often, and this is an area of growth, but Mobile Monopoly is limited in the amount of help it brings. Targeted primarily at people experienced in making money online, Mobile Monopoly contains a collection of videos that are of good quality, but tend to be vague with a considerable amount of filler.
Personally, I hate survey sites, and this one is no exception. Most of the surveys on the site take 20 minutes or more to fill out, and many are hard to qualify for. It is possible to earn money through the site, but it is a slow process, and averages between $0.50 and $1.00 an hour.