Product Name: Unlimited Traffic Tap
Product Owner: AJ Montoya
Advertised Price: $4.95
What Is It?
Unlimited Traffic Tap is a 41-page PDF guide that teaches readers a few methods that are supposed to generate more website traffic. You are probably familiar with most, if not all of these methods, which include article marketing, video marketing, adswaps, forum marketing, social media and PPC advertising.
There is really nothing groundbreaking or revolutionary with this product. The only thing you might get from this 41-page e-Book are different links to some of the big names in the online marketing. The guide is full affiliate links and generalized information that anyone can find by doing a quick search on Google. Who wants to buy a product that will only urge them to buy other products?
Before You Buy
When you buy products like this one, it is expected to see a few upsells. Unlimited Traffic Tap did not disappoint in this aspect.
For an additional $14.95 can get the “Done for you” version of the product. So what does that mean? Well, basically you get three squeeze page templates.
Squeeze pages are designed to capture information like names and email addresses of your website’s visitors. I don’t know why AJ calls this the done for you version. But I do know it isn’t worth 15 bucks.
This one comes in at $9.95. What’s interesting though, is that these two upsells contain pretty much the same things but they have different prices. So, what’s the difference? Honestly, I don’t know.
Besides this image at the top of the sales page for upsell #2, I can’t find any differences.
I can’t find one bit of difference between upsell #1 and upsell #2. I suspect that’s kinda the point.
What I Liked
For those first time internet marketers, you may actually find some useful information in this product and helpful tips that you can apply to your online business. Though some things can already be found in many websites, these things can be considered good information that you will need to know.
A Personal Touch with Some Guidance
Instead of just providing you with a list of resources then letting you fend for yourself, Ultimate Traffic Tap comes with the author’s insights on how you will effectively use the resources that he cited so that you can boost your traffic flow. Also, he gives you guidance on the things that you need to watch out for with several of the programs.
Easy to Understand
If you’re not too familiar with this industry —and all its jargon— you will appreciate the fact that this book has been written in plain English. Although there are a few unfamiliar terms used, the guide has been written so you can comprehend what the author is telling you. You can tell he’s put effort into making it easy to understand, and that’s worth noting.
What I Didn't Like
Ultimate Traffic Tap is nothing more than a PDF that contains some tips and pieces of advice that you can easily find online. No breaking news, no big breakthroughs or tips that you haven’t heard before if you’ve done an ounce of research on this topic.
Use of Images Taken from Google
This is probably the most dangerous piece of advice given in this product. The suggestion to “just do a quick Google search to find the images you need”, is something that can land you in a world of trouble. Legal trouble.
That is one piece of advice you definitely do not want to follow. Copyright lawyers will be knocking down your door to get at you if you get caught. When looking for images that you can use for your online business, it is important to ensure that you have the necessary rights to use them.
Copying images that are found online is a common occurrence, and some people actually get away with it. But those are the ones who have very little traffic to their website, which defeats the whole point.
Make no mistake: if you use copyrighted images on your money-making website you will get caught.
Affiliate Links Overload
Another problem I found, is the blatant overuse of affiliate links within this product. If you choose to buy anything that’s suggested by the author (and you use the links he provides) he will get a commission for the sale. That’s fine and totally acceptable — except that there are so many of them within this product, it’s hard to take him at his word.
AJ even went as far as listing all his affiliate links twice, just in case you missed them the first time. The last page of the PDF is a “Resources” page, which is nothing more than a list to products he sells.
As mentioned earlier, it is definitely not good to pay for a product that will only advertise other products. That’s exactly what has happened with Unlimited Traffic Tap. Granted, this report comes in a cheap price but still, that does not mean that it can be bombarded with affiliate links.
This is completely unprofessional.
If you're trying to build a business online, support is going to be the biggest factor in your success. Unlimited Traffic Tap, like many other products, just doesn't provide that for you. There's no contact page, other members to talk to, or even a comment section.
You're on your own, whether you understand things or not.
That's why products like this one will never live up to the promises they make.
I can't complain about a $5 guide, but I really feel like “unlimited traffic tap” is a misleading title since it's pretty traditional techniques re-wrapped with a snazzy title. Gurus just keep recycling the same stuff over and over.
Making a full time income from reading one PDF just isn’t going to happen, especially if there isn’t a good enough support network. Learning how to make money online will be a long and winding journey, so what happens if you get lost somewhere down the road? You can get my personal assistance and mentorship at no cost as a member of this online business training center, as well as the support of thousands of other members who want to see you succeed.
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