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.
The site provides substantial video-based training into the field of internet marketing, including creating products and selling affiliate products online. The amount of information on the site is considerable. However, the site has been up for a number of years, and some of the training and information provided is no longer relevant to modern internet marketing
The marketing for Easy Internet Profit Shop is very misleading, and suggests that the author is selling a range of different systems that can make between $150 and $850 per day. In reality, Easy Internet Profit Shop offers a range of simplistic eBooks, videos and a few tools that provide information about internet marketing.
There are two key ways to earn money through ZNZ. The first of these is through the site itself, which provides a range of different offers for users to complete. The other approach is to earn money by referring other people to the site. Both approach require users to complete offers, the majority of which cost. This makes it very difficult to earn money ZNZ without putting some down.
5K in 15 Days sounds like a wonderful new way of making money online, but in reality, the product is simply training for affiliate marketing, training that is available in many places online. The program itself consists of training and software that automates a few components of affiliate marketing, but largely leave the processes up to the user. There is really nothing about the training that is unusual or unique
I do a lot of product reviews here on One More Cup of Coffee, and in my research, I see a lot of the same sites pop up in the top search results. Some are legit, some aren’t. Nancy Fox from NancyReviews.com is NOT. See exactly what’s wrong with her reviews, and you can decide if you want to trust them or not.
This is a scam review site. They review home business opportunities like MLM, network marketing, internet marketing, and other “work from home” opportunities, also known as “biz ops”. At first glance, it looks like a legit site. But after looking at their Top Recommendations, I think you should reconsider taking their advice!
Treasure Trooper is a survey-based site, where users are paid a certain amount for completing a survey or offer. The site is cartoony and game-based in nature, but uses the same mechanics as just about any other survey site, meaning that users have to jump through hoops to earn anything at all, and most of the time, users end up making nothing at all.
Commission Jailbreak offers software that allows for the easy setup of websites hosted on an established domain designed to promote YouTube videos and obtain (theoretically at least) viral traffic. The software itself does work well, but produces websites that do not rank well and rely on social media traffic for sales. This requires the user to have a significant social media following and many websites created in this way are unlikely to be shared or to go viral, even if the video that is being linked to does.
This product is focused on people already experienced at online business, probably those who already engage in internet marketing. As a revenue stream, Trust Jacker does have some merit, however, it is unlikely to be effective, particularly in the long-term, as an online business approach in its own right.