When you first visit the Millionaire Biz Pro Website, you’ll see a video where Megan Elizabeth of Erie, PA, tells us that she earned $1179.17, and a few moments later, someone else, whose name is also shown as being Megan Elizabeth of Erie, PA, tells us that she earns $5000 per week from Millionaire Biz Pro.
What do these two people named Megan Elizabeth, who both apparently live in the same town, know about Millionaire Biz Pro that we don’t? I had to find out. The video went on for about 8 minutes, and lots of people talked about how much money they’re making with this system. Great! Let’s find out more. So I looked a little more to see what it’s all about. Is Millionaire Biz Pro a scam?
If you’re involved in Internet marketing, you’ll have to do a lot with text. You’ll likely publish a lot of articles here and there go get backlinks. That’s important, but tedious. If there was a way to speed up that process, you’d certainly want to take advantage of it.
There is, and it’s called article spinning. That’s the process of rewriting an article so that it it says the same thing but in completely different words. Spin Rewriter is one of many software products that will allow you do do that, and their new version, Spin Rewriter 7.0, says it’s even better than ever. Is Spin Rewriter a scam?
Site:yes.clickfunnels.com/100k Price: $49 (plus thousands in upsells) Rating: (zero stars)
If you’ve been in the Internet marketing business for a while, you’ll eventually end up on a lot of mailing lists. I try to stay on the useful ones, and unsubscribe from the ones that peddle junk or offer no value. Today, I received a message from a usually helpful list about a product called the Millionaires Challenge System.
“If you’re sick of the ups and downs in your business and really want to create a solid, predictable income flow online, watch this…” I went ahead and clicked on the link and was taken to the Millionaires Challenge System page, where Shaquir Hussyin told me that he’d show me his system for earning $100,332.86 per month. That’s certainly interesting, and I generally trust the sender of the message. So what’s it about? Is Millionaires Challenge System a scam?
Read on for the full Millionaires Challenge System review.
Site:scalableplrproducts.com/easy-funnel-profits Price: About $10 (plus several upsells)
Everyone wants to make money online and everyone wants it to be a simple as possible to do. So we see a constant flood of products hitting the market with terms such as “simple,” “quick,” “fast,” or “easy,” in order to get buyer attention. That’s certainly the case with Easy Funnel Profits, a new product from Michel Sirois and Jaason Lee.
They claim that their Easy Funnel Profits allows them to earn an easy $210.92 per day, and that they’ve made more than $150,000 with it in the last two years alone. Sounds interesting, so what’s it all about? Is Easy Funnel Profits a scam? Read on for the full Easy Funnel Profits review.
Everyone wants to earn money, and earning money online is even better, because you can do it from home. What would be even better than that is if you could make money without having to put in a lot of time, because some of us are busy or have families or other jobs.
Ewen Chia’s $5000 From Scratch program says you can earn $5000 per month and more working just 15 minutes per day. That’s quite a boast, so I thought I’d take a look. Ewen says this is his first new product in 8 years, so I was curious to see what he might have up his sleeve. Is $5000 From Scratch a scam?
Video is pretty hot these days, and there are a lot of courses out there that promise to show you how to make fat bank off of video. I’ll freely admit that I’m not really a fan of video marketing, but I’ll have to admit that it can be effective, and the proof of that is that nearly everyone has video on their sales pages these days.
The sales page for Tubeloom says the creator is someone named Charlotte White, a stay at home mom. She says you can earn $350-$500 per day by creating short, 2-3 minute videos, and that you won’t even need a camera or have to appear in the video yourself. That sounds interesting, so I thought I’d take a closer look. Is Tubeloom a scam?
Site:www.brooks-blueprint.com Price: free (plus $250+ to use the software) Rating: (zero stars)
Sports cars and mansions have long been popular items to show on sales pages in the make money online niche. Appeals to greed always work, which is why you’ll see yachts, big houses, and other trappings of wealth when someone is trying to get you to spend money with them.
Of course, on the surface, Brooks Blueprint isn’t trying to get any money from you. Steven Brooks, the guy in the video, says he’ll give his Brooks Blueprint software to 50 “lucky” people, and they can then use it to generate what he claims is more than $182,000 per week. That’s a lot of money, so I thought I’d have a look. Is Brooks Blueprint a scam? Read on for the full Brooks Blueprint review.
If you’re ever looking for a way to generate some cash that’s sure to actually do it, you can always turn to selling on eBay. Sure, you’ve got to find products to sell and yes, there are some bookkeeping headaches, but you will generate some cash if you list things for sale on the auction site.
Making it profitable is a bit more work, and that’s where Auction Profit Formula comes in. This ebook says they can show you how to earn thousands per month on eBay selling relatively inexpensive items. That sounds promising, so I thought I’d take a closer look. Is Auction Profit Formula a scam? Read on for the full Auction Profit Formula review.
Site:www.thecommissiontoolbox.com Price:<$10 (plus four upsells) Rating:
Lately, I’ve been reviewing a lot of product that seem to be targeting that magic level of $100 per day in earnings that defines a successful marketer. $100 per day is a pretty good income, but it can take a lot of work to get there. Commission Toolbox offers to not only show you how to reach that plateau in just a few days, but they say that you can do it using nothing but free tools.
That’s right; Commission Toolbox says you can quickly reach the $100 mark without spending any money at all. That’s a tough order, so I thought I’d take a closer look to see what it’s about. Is Commission Toolbox a scam? Read on for the full Commission Toolbox review.
Site:www.adcrump.com Price: Free to join; $2 to participate Rating:
These days, revshare programs seem to be all the rage. I was relatively unaware of them until recently, but in the past month or two I’ve come across a bunch of them. On their surface, they appear to be a simple advertising platform, but in reality, they’re a somewhat complex revenue generating program that requires a continuous influx of new members for anyone to make money. The latest revshare program I’ve come across has the odd name of Ad Crump. Ad Crump will let you sign up for free and pay as little as $2 to buy ads, and from that, you can earn money.
That sounds easy, but the program is somewhat more complicated than that. Is Ad Crump a scam? Read on for the full Ad Crump review.