I get a lot of questions about making money online. Often, people will ask me about specific products. “Will this product allow me to make money?” I say no. “How about this one?” I say, “I reviewed that, and it’s not a good product.” “Is this one any better? I need to make money!”
Questions like these are common, but they’re also the wrong questions. A lot of people see ads for products in the make money niche that claim they’ll make it easy for you to earn $100, $500 or even $1000 per day. Often they’re sold with claims of “push-button ease,” “autopilot profits,” or “make money while you sleep.” Some of these products are actually capable of helping you make money, but if you’re new, you’re destined to fail, even with the good ones. Why?
How would you like to earn $10,000 per day? How would you like to turn one dollar into $532,491? That’s what Michael Wright says you can do with his Zulander Hack system. He says it’s easy to do, doesn’t require a lot of money, and has “nothing to do with binary options.”
OK, that sounds interesting, and Zulander Hack is certainly talking about a lot of money. Is there really something to it? Is Zulander Hack a scam, or is it the real deal? I decided to find out and take a closer look to see what’s going on.
Anytime someone publishes a book about how to make money online without doing a lot of work, it sells well, because people are always interested in easy money. What about making money with no work at all? That’s pretty appealing, too, and that’s the idea behind Lotto Crusher, a book that says it will show you a system for making money via the lottery.
The site has glowing testimonials about how people have won the lottery more than once in a relatively short period of time, winning $5000, $22,000, and even a whopping $1,242,000. They say the formula is easy to use and accurate, so I thought I’d take a closer look. Lotto Crusher is sort of outside the area of books I usually review, but this one sounded interesting, so I gave it a read. Is Lotto Crusher a scam, or is it actually useful?
How would you like to earn a thousand dollars a day? How would you like to earn that money without doing any work? That’s what Troy Everett is promising if you use his Binabot software. That sounds great, so how much will this $1000 per day software cost? He says it’s free!
That’s certainly impressive, though I’m a bit suspicious. If some software will allow you to earn $1000 per day, then why is it free? There must be a catch, right? It sounded interesting, so I thought I’d take a closer look and see what Binabot is all about. Is Binabot a scam?
I’ll freely admit that I’m not a fan of video. I don’t care for video marketing and I don’t care for training courses that are delivered on video rather than PDF files. But that’s just my personal preference, and I’m well aware that most people feel otherwise. I’m also aware that a lot of people are making a lot of money using YouTube video to sell products and to draw traffic to their Website.
Chris McNeeney, otherwise known as Chris X, has just introduced Video Titan 3, an improvement on his suite of video-creation tools intended to help marketers get traffic and sales from videos they can create in just a few minutes. Chris has been a successful marketer for years, and he’s used many of these tools himself, and he’s expanded the suite of tools to include more features than ever before.
If you’ve been looking for a way to make money online that’s a bit different from the usual models, one great way to do it is to sell on Amazon. Amazon is one of the biggest retailers online, and for the past few years, their FBA (fulfillment by Amazon) program has made it possible for thousands of people to make money selling products via the Amazon site.
Jon Bowser’s new course, How to Crush It on Amazon says he’ll show you how to get started on a business that can allow you to earn $20,000 or more per month. That’s a lot of money, and that’s pretty ambitious, so I thought I’d give the book a read and see if his plan checks out. Is How to Crush It on Amazon a scam?
You may not be familiar with the name Ewen Chia, but he’s a marketer from Singapore who has been involved in Internet marketing for a long time. He’s one of those “gurus” who has made a lot of money in the Internet marketing niche, and his name is on a lot of products.
One of his products came to my attention this week – Fast Track Cash. The sales page says it’s the “fastest way to get real cash from the Internet in minutes.” Minutes? That’s pretty crazy, so I thought I’d take a look and see what Fast Track Cash is all about. Is Fast Track Cash a scam?
This might be the easiest review I’ll ever write. The real trick is to see if I can manage to write 1000 words about it, which is about the length I target when writing reviews. I’ve been told about a product called Dollar Cell, and the Website says that it’s about “Earning from home, made easy!”
Well, I’m all about earning from home and I’m as interested in easy as the next person, so I thought I’d see what was up. Even better – Dollar Cell says they’ll guarantee that you earn $1500 your first week. Oh, and it’s free to join, too, making it a no-brainer to sign up. So I did, and in this Dollar Cell, I’ll tell you what it’s all about and what you’ll be doing to earn that $1500 per week.
Is Dollar Cell a scam? Read on for the full Dollar Cell review.
I’ll get right to the point – this product, called Arbicash, is not for everyone. It won’t be a good fit for you if you’re a complete newbie with no experience working with WordPress. It’s also not going to be a good fit for you if you don’t have a few hundred dollars to spend on advertising. This method is based on arbitrage – spending money to make money.
That said, the concept behind Arbicash is an interesting one, and it came along right about the time I was reading a blog post about the same concept at a marketing site I regularly visit. If you’re interested in reading about a system that could potentially send a lot of money your way, keep reading.
If you’re new to Internet marketing, you may not yet have the experience to discern between that which is possible, that which is unlikely, and that which is impossible. Sometimes the lines are blurred, and in those cases, it can sound pretty appealing when someone says that you can spend $2 and turn it into $111,328.
That’s what you’ll encounter when you visit the Website of Paid Rocket, a product that claims to be about Internet marketing and which claims that they’ll give you training and the ability to earn a ridiculous amount of money from a very small investment. Of course, I’m as interested in earning a lot from a little as anyone else, so I thought I’d check this program out and see what’s really going on. Is Paid Rocket a scam?