Endless Traffic Machine does an okay job of explaining some basic traffic strategies but it’s not an entire business plan and most of it is common knowledge. After you factor in the low quality videos and frustrating upsells I wouldn’t recommend this product to anyone.
“The IM Goofball’s Guide To $51-$74 Per Hour” is not at all what it claims to be. It’s misleading, and at those grounds alone I would not recommend it. Additionally, they try to upsell you on a $37 product that, in my opinion is highly unethical. Please, please, please do not buy this product.
I think there’s some good basic advice in 4 Step CPA, but it’s not everything you need to know to get a business started online. My biggest problems with are the quality of the videos and the additional budget you need to use James’s advice. But even without those problems, 4 Step CPA just doesn’t give you what you need. It touches on one tactic, in one area of online business. It could be so much better.
Unfortunately, Traffic Overload is another over-promising, under-delivering product that discusses one tactic and barely scratches the surface of what it really takes to build a business online. The whole idea behind Traffic Overload? Buy banner ads from other websites or ad networks. Pfft. Yeah, that’s it. Oh, and the “video course” is really just one video that’s about ten minutes long. Obviously, the lack of information and originality is what causes this to be a product I won’t recommend.
I have mixed feeling about Affiliate Marketing X. The tactic behind the “X” is basic business advice but it is useful. In the end though, it’s not a business, it’s just one small part of a much bigger picture and the advice can be found for free with a simple search. My advice would be to get your information from a more complete source.