Matthew Neer’s 5k Formula launches tomorrow, so I’ll be buying and reviewing inside the product at that time. For now, I’m just going to look at the advertising of the product and make some predictions. I’ll update as soon as I purchase the product.
This product sheds some light on a method that might be good for beginners with no budget and a little time to invest in making it work. It’s a good idea, but its returns aren’t going to add up to very much.
Unfortunately FB Traffic Domination is a dud. It’s light on information, and although the product itself is fairly cheap, it’s heavy on added costs. I definitely wouldn’t recommend buying it. You’d be better off buying a couple coffees and throwing them out.
The Big Buck Method is an obvious money grab. The product’s creator simply threw in a bunch of general information about Fiverr and slapped a price tag on it. This product offers absolutely no value, unless you’ve never heard of Fiverr before. However, the fact is, you’re just not going to learn anything from this product that you couldn’t learn from Fiverr itself.
Coloring Books for Adults is a fairly simple, short ebook that teaches you how to break into a growing trend: Adult coloring books. I think Alessandro, the product’s creator does a great job of explaining what you need to know to get started without going into in-depth details that might bog you down. It’s a good guide and it can help you tap into a profitable new market.
AutoProfits Machine is full of the same problems that most other products have. It’s boring, lacks support and only offers a basic level of information, which is based on theories and not real-world situations. Products like AutoProfits Machine are a dime a dozen, unfortunately their creators insist on charging more.
Affiliate Cash Blueprint is a short case study that doesn’t provide any detailed information at all, which is exactly what a case study is supposed to do. It’s definitely not for beginners, so with the lack of information, and the lack of support, I would suggest avoiding this product all together.
This product is baked in theory. It’s confusing right from the start and once it finally gets going you realize that everything you’re being told is based on a bunch of theorized scenarios. Save your money.
This product only talks about how to get others to do your writing for you, it never even discusses how to sell the thing. There’s no advice given on marketing at all. I feel like the point Angela made could have been elaborated on a lot more. There’s really no substance to this product.
This guide is all over the place. It’s more like an idea list that lays out a dozen, or so, ideas without giving any real strategy or advice on how to use them. It seems like Dan got a little excited and quickly jotted down some ideas and went back later to fill in a few pages with fluff and over-hyped content.