Alex Jeffreys promises that his Super Product Formula will offer newbies lessons on how to carry out niche research, market research and also prepare and create a super product. In addition, he promises to name needed tools, show methods to extract best information from experts and train on a couple of other required Internet Marketing skills, which are all outlined on the product’s sales page and the image following this paragraph.
For starters, it’s important that you know I’m not marketing this product. Like you, I was once a newbie looking to start an online business. So, I’ve been where you are. That’s why I felt the need to help people like you find quality Internet Marketing products and avoid the crappy ones by writing unbiased reviews
Alex claims product owners make the most money from Internet Marketing. So, he created the Super Product Formula to help you make products of your own, very easily. However, if Alex Jeffreys’ Super Product Formula is worth your resources and time would be clear to you at the end of this review.
Overall, with some reservation, Alex did a good job at niche research, market research and pretty much a good number of the other items on the list above, I’ll give him that. I particularly appreciate how he went about the “methods to extract best information from the experts” using an interview template to convey his ideas. Some of the useful details on his interview template were:
He even gives his customers a hint on the best time to catch a target interviewee.
Furthermore, Alex shows his customers how to get the attention of more experienced internet marketers through social media, for an interview. He gives a practical illustration on how to achieve that on Facebook. He also provides his customers with a practical example of an interview-getting email.
Alex Jeffreys strongly and repeatedly recommends outsourcing and provides the URLs to the sources required in a PDF.
However, I have my reservations for the following reasons. Alex Jeffreys tries to talk newbies into inviting experienced and successful internet marketers, in certain niches or sub-niches, for interviews.
That is going to be intimidating for newbies who are only just beginning to learn the basics of Internet Marketing. However, he acknowledges that new marketers requesting interviews with more experienced marketers run a risk of rejection.
Alex encourages his customers to try reaching internet marketers who may not be at the frontlines in their chosen niches for interviews, as those at the frontlines may be almost impossible to have an audience with.
However, he fails to mention that the less known and less successful the interviewed internet marketer, the less the Internet Marketing results of the interview, and that only the best can offer the best quality of information.
Alex Jeffreys’ idea of a super product is actually information gathered by interviewing an expert in a given niche. Such information would constitute videos, audios, eBooks etc., which would be organized and packaged for sale by the interviewer.
Let’s not forget that Alex Jeffreys admits the possibility of rejection in trying to get the best experts, in any given niche, to partake in an interview organized by a newbie.
It is for the above reason he advised newbies to settle for who’s available and not insist on the best marketer in the niche. In other words, anyone with a little more experience would do, which has its downside.
This advice opens up the quality of the end product to a greater probability of being poor, as the reachable interviewee may not possess the desired level of expertise.
If, for instance, a stark newbie engages someone who is just a slightly more experienced internet marketer in an interview, chances are, the end product will be far from high quality.
This will lead to buyers receiving crappy products. When subscribers don’t get value for their money, they tend to lose confidence in the marketer, and in many cases, will even ask for their money back, which is every internet marketer’s nightmare.
Alex Jeffreys contradicted himself when he said an interview with an expert in a given niche should be converted into a product and offered for sale.
This is because he later said in his presentation that at the end of the interview, the interviewer should seek to express their gratitude by asking the interviewed expert if they (the interviewer) could do them (the interviewee) any favors and, if possible, honor the request of the interviewee, even if the interviewee requests that the interview be not edited or sold without certain conditions.
Furthermore, Alex Jeffreys provides a sales letter that will constitute duplicate content and consequently not serve you well as a traffic-seeking internet marketer. The reason being that everyone who buys this product will have a copy of that sales letter, resulting in duplicate content. Search engines penalize websites with duplicate content by ranking them poorly, which reduces traffic to such sites.
Alex gave an impression that outsourcing is not that expensive. But, I know from experience that it’s a tad bit more expensive than he made it seem, even if you try Fiverr.com where most simple services are rendered for $5 and the not-so-simple ones vary in prices, making them more expensive than expected.
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If you can cross the hurdles of (1) getting a reputable expert, in your niche, to agree to an interview session with you, (2) researching enough to acquire the Internet Marketing training Alex Jeffreys didn’t cover in details, (3) getting your budget ready for outsourcing, then, you can make money with this product. Otherwise, don’t get your hopes up.
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Eugenson is just a regular guy, except he doesn't believe in the security of nine-to-five jobs and loves to launch out on his own, trying to realize his dreams his way and at his time. He's tried to make money online for quite some time now, purchasing product after product, and has been swindled by a lot of cyber-fraudsters masquerading as make-money-online messiahs. He has many passions, some of which include drawing, painting, writing, and watching comic movies. He's on a revenge mission to hit fiendish scammers hard by writing reviews that reveal the truth about their unethical schemes and worthless products. He hopes to stifle their online, bloodsucking businesses by forewarning their potential victims and depriving them of the payments they depend on. You can consider Eugenson a friend who's here to give you objective product reviews, helping you uncover the online vampires and discover genuine opportunities.