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Hello everyone and thanks for returning to read my review of Alex Jeffreys report called The Gurus Nightmare.
This report is nothing of the sort, it is really a 95 page ebook chocked full of internet marketing information. When I first opened the PDF I was shocked to see how many pages there were, because after all most reports are only about 20 pages or so…
Alex really goes into depth about what it really takes to make money online. He does a great job of explaining why he goes against the things that most gurus tell you and better yet, what most gurus sell you.
Without giving anything away, Alex said something that really hits home and I’m going to paraphrase it; don’t chase money, let money chase you. That really struck me because I remember when I first got started, that was all I did was chase money but now I know better.
In this report he lays out what you need to do when you first get started in order to build your way to success. I’ll give you a hint; it’s easier to give something away than to sell it. Just make sure it is something that people want and is of great value to them.
He also goes over how for the most part it is the marketing that is successful and not the product. This is very intriguing because you always hear about how your product must be really good. Alex tells you the right way to look at this and how to balance it out so that it works.
Perhaps the best thing about this report is that it reveals that Alex is going to personally coach 5 people for FREE if they leave a comment on his blog. This is hands down worth about $20,000 and all you have to do is follow the instructions in The Gurus Nightmare report.
I only have one negative thing to say about this report and that it is a bit long. I understand why he made it so in-depth and that is because it is designed with the beginner in mind. So if you are more advanced, it might seem a bit lengthy but you will find the content solid.
I have just got my hands on a hot new report by Alex Jeffreys entitled “The Gurus Nightmare” and you can get it for a limited time for free.
Sure, you will have to opt-in but trust me, it is well worth it! The report goes over how Alex Jeffreys had a happy accident that made him $770,304.62 in only 1 year after he learned how to make money online.
You can get the full story by clicking on the link below.
I am currently reading this report now and will give you my take on it tomorrow. So be sure to return to this blog for my review.
I don’t know if you’ve heard but there is a lot of buzz going around the net about a new automated traffic product that was just recently released on ClickBank but here is my Miracle Traffic Bot review.
This is a product that was created to automate the process of getting free website traffic. Traditional search engine optimization (SEO) techniques generally take a considerable amount of time before you will see results and paid traffic methods can cost you a lot of money if you don’t know what you are doing. This software automates the process and will save you time, frustration and money.
Miracle Traffic Bot was created to level the playing field by eliminating the need for Google Adwords, Banner Ads, Pay-per-click (PPC), Pay-per-view (PPV), Classified Ads, List Swaps, and more…
So exactly how will this software increase web site traffic for free? It utilizes three main powerful traffic methods.
- Video Submission
- Social Bookmarking Submission
- Article Submission
These methods take a tremendous amount of time when done manually. With Miracle Traffic Bot what normally takes dozens of hours to complete has just been reduced to only minutes.
Below is a clip of a demonstration video from the official website.
Con: Currently the software is on sale for more than 50% off for only the next 48 hours from today. Personally I don’t agree with the price increase, not because the software isn’t worth it, I just feel the introductory pricing period should be longer.
I am going to end this Miracle Traffic Bot review by giving it my recommendation because software like this could easily be sold for $500.00 or more. It will save you a ton of time and make your life easier.
The largest obstacle that most people face when attempting to make money online is traffic generation. If you can drive a lot of targeted traffic, you will always be able to make money on the Internet.
Pay per click can be tricky and very risky as well. For those of you that don’t know what Pay per click is or PPC for short, that is where advertisers pay for their advertising via text ads on search engines and/or partner websites.
PPC advertising is big business, it’s how Google became the giant that they are today. It definitely has its pros and cons though. One thing is for sure, there are very few cons for the search engines, Yahoo and Bing included.
In this post I am going to talk about the pros and cons of PPC as it applies to the advertiser’s end of things. The great thing about advertising this way is that you don’t pay unless someone clicks on your ad. The not so great thing is that when someone does click on your ad and go to your website, you pay whether they buy something from you or not. Believe it or not, there are some companies and industries with deep pockets that pay upwards of $40.00 per click! But don’t worry, the average person doesn’t play ball in those niches.
The vast majority of people that search on search engines don’t even recognize that there is advertising going on when they are searching. The sections are entitled “sponsored links” and are all in text on the top and right-hand side of the page after you put in a search term and hit enter.
Back in the glory days of Internet Marketing PPC was very easy. Even a novice could setup a campaign and still be profitable 9 out of 10 times. Fast forward to today and that simply is not the case. Those days are over! There are a tremendous amount of rules, which were pioneered by our friends at Google. Things like the double serving rule, quality score and much more…
Needless to say that if you are lucky, you might be profitable 3 out of every 10 campaigns. The obvious objective is to spend less than you make, which is your return on investment or ROI for short. One of the most volatile things about PPC is that it can turn on a dime and what was profitable today might not be profitable tomorrow. Your money can evaporate very quickly if you don’t watch it very closely. It might be OK for the big name branding type companies to do that but not your average company that needs to be profitable.
I will end with this. To be profitable in the PPC game today, you most likely need a little bit of an edge. There are many spy tools out there that will help. The best ones are ones that analyze and monitor ads that are running and let you know the ones that perform the best over time. You can then clone (not copy) them and give yourself the best chance for success, but even then there are no guarantees.
I was speaking with another marketing buddy of mine the other day about social media traffic and whether it is any good or not.
My take on it is that it depends. It depends on if you have built a good foundation with the people that you are socializing with or not. You can send a ton of people to an offer but if they don’t know, like or respect you the traffic won’t convert.
At first glance most people think that if people that go to an offer don’t buy anything that they are offered then the traffic isn’t any good. Look at it this way, if someone walked up to you on the street with the best product ever but they were pushy in their approach, it would automatically turn you off.
Sometimes it’s not always about getting people to your offer. Often it’s getting people to an offer with a soft or referred sell. That is why you hear the term social proof. One way in which it is shown is when a friend or someone that you know likes and recommends a product or service to you. People feel much more comfortable if someone they know or even a friend of a friend says that something is good.
The moral of the story is to first get to know the people that you want to be your customers before you try and sell them something. As human beings we all hate it when something is rammed down our throats. Think like the person that is being sold to and realize how you would react in that same situation. Make that adjustment and you will find that the same social media traffic will begin to convert.
Conclusion, social media has good traffic but it needs to be nurtured first.
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