Product Name: Chronic Profits
Product Owner: Corey Lewis, Winter Valko
Advertised Price: $49.96
Upsells: $195, $295
What Is It?
Send traffic from solo ads to your squeeze page and collect email addresses. Then send email advertisements to these people. (if you don't understand what all that means, read below and I will explain)
We have seen this method numerous times before in other products like A & B. There is nothing special about the websites that are created, and to get traffic to this site, you have to pay more money. Most likely you will end up selling low-quality products creating disappointed customers.
Before You Buy
First off, the advertising in this video should be the first red flag that this is a scam. All hype and no substance, it's a complete mystery what your $50 will actually buy you. This is the absolutely worst way to spend money. Would you buy a song on iTunes that you never heard? Would you buy a car that you haven't test drove?
Do not fall for the fake income screenshots or totally preposterous story about how he was poor then turned rich.
Oh, and for some of my older readers, you should know that “Chronic Profits” is actually referring to marijuana, not the traditional meaning of chronic as in “chronic illness”. All of the references to Woodstock, Bob Marley, and being a burnout/stoner will likely make more sense now that you are aware of this.
How It Works
Usually I do a section of “what I liked” and “what I didn't like”, but there is so little to like about this product that it's not even worth my time to do it that way. I don't know much about Corey Lewis, but I do know that Winter V https://onemorecupof-coffee.com/is-earn-with-mike-worth-your-money-my-research-says-no/ is a notorious internet scam artists and serial product creator.
So here's the low-down of how Chronic Profits works and why you shouldn't waste your money on it.
First you are told that you don't need any money, experience, skills, or a whole list of other things typically associated with making money online. Wow. It sounds pretty mysterious, right?
Step 1: Squeeze Page
But here we see the first lie. Yes, we do need a website. A small one albeit, but we do need one. You need to create a 1-page website called a “squeeze page”. It's called that because it squeezes your customer into a box and forces them to give you their email address if they want to receive whatever you offer them.
Typically, these pages say something like, “give me your name/email and I will send you a free guide on how to make money online.” People want the guide, so they give their info.
Step 2: Autoresponder
Next, you'll need to be able to deliver emails to a large amount of people. You need an autoresponder. Don't have one? It could cost you $20-$50 per month or up to $500 per year depending on how many emails you send.
Those emails that you collect are called a “list”
Step 3: Solo Ads
We are told we don't need search engines or media buys (paid ads), so how the heck to people find out website? It's called “solo ads”.
It's illegal to sell email addresses that you have collected, but there's nothing (legally) wrong with inviting other people to send advertisements to your list. They pay you X amount of dollars and you advertise what they want you to.
This is a popular new to send offers to people that you normally wouldn't have access to. Because of it's popularity, there are many new services that simply collect email addresses and send offers day after day to the same emails. Have you ever received spam or unwanted solicitations in your inbox? It probably came from these companies.
You can also do it privately, but without the connections and no experience in internet marketing, you will be limited to who you can send your new squeeze page to.
The Main Problem
If you are confused by some of the concepts in this review, you will be very overwhelmed by what's required of you in Chronic Profits. What's more, is even if you are able to navigate these channels, it's likely that you will not know how to make the most use out of these tools, meaning you are going to have to spend a lot of money to get just a few sales.
This product is not set up to help you. Corey Lewis and Winter Valko have mislead you on many fronts, so there's no reason that you even need to test this to see if it works for you.
Remember that you are going to be paying for traffic, so if it doesn't' convert to sales, you have to spend more to try again. This could run up bills of hundreds or even thousands of dollars.
This is not a newbie friendly product and it's not for someone on a shoestring budget. In a few months time it will be replaced by another product launch being marketed as the “next best thing”.
Start your journey in a newbie-friendly zone, where you can actually talk to people and exchange ideas. Learn how to create your first website with a step by step guide, and most of all, create a website that helps people instead of just looking to make a sale.
Making money online is possible with the right training and mentors. See my review of Wealthy Affiliate to see how they trained me, and how I can personally help you get started.
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