Website Review of all types of Money-Making Schemes
Websites which are OK without but...
You can be sure that this list will be short. So far, as you can see, it is!
Obviously, I'm being sneaky here but how about
and of course not to forget
Seriously, all the sites mentioned on my "Internet-Marketing" page are cool, be they paid or free.
Here they are again:
www.godaddy.com, www.webhostinghub.com, www.inmotionhosting.com, www.hostgator.com
As mentioned before, this website rotates the ads and you have no real control of the type of adds. Overall very good reviews.
And my all time favorite below:
Websites which are OK but...
Should you be interested in these and others I have checked out, then click on the link the links below.
The intial video is from the start not completely honest/revealing (obviously). It is a MLM system and the more members you attract, the more you make, AFTER YOU MAKE 3 REFERRALS!
Then there's a monthly fee. Bottom line is it only works if you do. That not being bad, I don't understand why you have to pay for selling their products/services.
Very little "neutral" review! Very pricy! They keep advertising at discounted rates, even though they had "closed" subscription! 6 month money-back guarantee, but you must deliver proof. Guarantee not backed credibly and I haven't found it on ClickBank! Short of calling it a scam, I advise extreme caution!
Basically OK, but you need to buy a website, which is not bad per se but I found this out after I signed up. Also a lot of what you should do, but not enough exactly how you have to do.
Very well known guy and the reports on TV are actual. But if he's so smart, why not franchise? His system obviously works. (I still don't like his videos, seem so pretentious!)
Run by a guy named Brett Ingram and when you watch his presentation, he actually hits the nail on the head when it comes to Internet Marketting. For the cost, you actually do get a lot and everything is done for you. Why can't I get rid of that dubious feeling? Again, why not franchise it?
Run by a "recognized" guru named Russell Brunson. Reviews are varied. From my research, it also seems to teach more what to do than how, apart from the steep (monthly) price tag. I seriously doubt you're going to be a millionaire any time soon with this. Again, why not franchise it foc?
Connects you to a site called "Cash-Pulling Affiliate Websites". Promoted as being free and when you get there, you find out you get very little and it is better to upgrade and pay. A bit sneaky for my taste. Pricey at $ 375,-!
The guys behind this program are supposed to be reputable. However, what bothers me is that many of the "reviews" you see are actually marketers for the product. Usual promises made sound too good to be true. If you want to try it, then be sure to get it through ClickBank (if you can find it) in order to get a rock-solid money-back guarantee!
Not exactly open and true advertsing! Actually it is only recommendable for experienced Internet Marketers and if that is the case, I doubt they would really need it. Again, better go through ClickBank!
Websites you should avoid
This is a typical example of a scam. If this guy were really smart and his product really so great, then why not franchise it for free and take a share of the revenue? To see more, click the button below.
The following also promise you the world, if you pay! Cannot be good and/or are no good!!!
Here is a classic example of a scam!
Full of totally unproven allegations including of providing surveys for major and multi-national companies and so-called testimonials! States that it has to charge for a membership. RUBBISH! With so much BS, what credibility does the money-back guarantee have? NONE! Promoted by a John Barret <memberrecruiting@
intelconsulting.com> So much for his credibility whoever he may be!
And while I'm at it, here is another classic:
Advertised by email to me from Amy - HR Department" <email@example.com>.
Same nonsense as the previous one!
I just stumbled over this one. It is certainly not the newest and it just may be ok. What I don't like is the misleading advertisement. Apart from the usual rubbish about how much they and others have raked in, they tell you first that it's absolutely free and at the end after uncertified testimonials you can only get it if you "join" and pay!
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