Once known as FanBox, Empowr is a social media-based method of making money online. Nevertheless, this is one of those ideas that sounds much better on paper than it actually is.
For many, earning a living through social media would be an ideal goal – and Empowr promotes precisely that. So, is the service an amazing solution? Or, is it just a scam?
Avoid this product no matter what. It’s completely useless and overpriced. Yes, even at $2 this product is overpriced. It’s an outdated PDF that reads more like social media love story than anything else. It’s almost like Greg (the product creator) has just recently found social media. He rehashes the same tired old sayings about Twitter being a revolution, the chance it gives us to “reach the whole world” and blah blah blah. And to make things worse there’s no support and it’s riddled with upsells. It’s total garbage.
Chalene Johnson has done great job with this course. Whether you’re familiar with instagram, or totally clueless, you’re sure to learn a few new tricks from this course. It’s easy to follow, it contains actionable advice, resources and a number of strategies you can follow.
Fan Page Money Method falls far short of its claims. You don’t actually get all that much for your money, and have to wade through upsells and promotions to other products just to get to the actual technique. Fan Page Money Method ultimately fails to teach much that is useful and the technique that it is promoting really isn’t an effective way to make money to begin with.
From all my research, TSU seems to be a legitimate company where people *can get paid. But the payment is so little, and there is so much negative noise from TSU-junkies that I can’t recommend getting involved.
This product is nothing more than a post scheduler. It automates the sharing of your blog content to social media. There’s nothing unique or valuable about it. There are a number of other tools that do the same thing, most of them are free, or ⅓ the cost of Social Link Machine.
Kaleb Nation is a great speaker and active social media user, and dishes out some good info on how to build YouTube and Twitter followers. However, there is very little information on how to actually make money.
Just another online gimmick promoting fast and easy money, that actually offers nothing of the sort. Click Cash Commissions provides very basic and incomplete training for affiliate marketing and focuses on methods of promotion that are ineffective, including ‘viral marketing’ through Facebook and Twitter. This is a product to avoid, especially with the high price tag.
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.