What’s up ya internet marketing fanatics!
It’s ya boy Danyon Togia here, ready to hit you with another dose of dangerously honest internet marketing reviews. Today, I’ll be reviewing a product called Azon Profit Engine created by Kurt Chrisler. Kurt has claimed that Azon Profit Engine will help you to create a complete, passive income generating affiliate website in under 60 seconds. He also claims that it’s a way that you can start banking unlimited passive commissions from Amazon. He says it’ll help you to add products to your site automatically as well as affiliate links, reviews, related videos, and get you traffic.
Let’s see if Azon Profit Engine lives up to its outrageous sales claims.
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If you can’t stay around and read the whole review, here’s a quick little summary:
Azon Profit Engine is definitely not something that’s worth your time and money investment. To the inexperienced internet marketer, it can seem like a golden opportunity. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case; it’s missing a lot of key elements such as how to drive traffic to your Amazon affiliate website, it contains a few crappy bonuses which don’t justify the purchase of this product, and ultimately, it’s not something you should buy.
There were three products/services on offer after the purchase of Kurt Chrisler’s product. These included a developers license to sell Amazon affiliate websites yourself, a WordPress theme, and a service where Kurt’s team create an affiliate website for you.
After skipping the upsells, I was taken to the Azon Profit Engine membership site which looks a lil’ something like this.
Before we crack into the review, I thought I’d give you a quick rundown of what a typical website looks like that’s created by Azon Profit Engine.
It’s pretty simple really – the website contains a few products on Amazon that are imported onto the website, which looks a little something like this.,
As you can see, there’s a bit of spun content about the product as well which is all done for you. (Btw, do some of your own research about spun content. From my understanding, it’s a bit of a “shady” technique, but I could be wrong).
Azon Profit Engine also helps to import a few reviews and the review rating of the product, along with any related videos to your product to help promote it.
And that’s essentially what Azon Profits Engine does – it creates an Amazon affiliate website and imports the product and reviews.
The number one reason why I wouldn’t recommend Azon Profit Engine to you aspiring internet marketers is because it’s missing one key element to any successful internet business which is how to drive traffic to your website. Kurt Chrisler has included no information on traffic-driving techniques; I guess he expects that the spun content and crappy product reviews will somehow be enough to attract people.
Guys and gals, there’s no point having a money-making website on the internet if you’ve got no way to capture a few eyeballs. And since they’ve included no actionable information on how to drive traffic to your website, in the words of Simon Cowell, “it’s a no from me.”
Azon Profit Engine includes a few bonuses here and there to try and increase the value of the product, but the bonuses are low-quality products anyway that have the typical sales claims of “lots of money in a short amount of time” type vibes.
And since Azon Profit Engine doesn’t deliver a high-quality product, its sales claims are misaligned as heck too; this definitely isn’t something that will aid you in your journey of becoming a successful internet marketer.
And that’s about it for my Azon Profit Engine review!
Kurt Chrisler’s I.M. product is nothing to rave about – it’s just another product with overhyped sales claims that lead you to believe you can fulfill your dream of becoming a filthy rich internet marketer. Unfortunately, he’s left out a lot of information on how to drive traffic to your website, and the bonuses included are pretty low quality.
For these reasons, your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
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Catch ya later ya internet marketing fanatics!