What’s Up Internet Marketers!
It’s ya boy Danyon here from Stopping Scams, and I was about to go watch another episode of Game of Thrones, but instead I decided to go give yall folks another dose of internet marketing reality.
Today, I’ll be going through a product called Commission Cartel by Michael Cheney. Michael Cheney has made all of the typical internet marketing sales claims about making money online with little to no effort and no experience required. He specifically says that this is “The Best Way to Make $500 in Commissions in the Next 30 Days if You’re a Newbie…” He claims that he’s making $1442.29 per day using this method, and he’s sharing the secret sauce with you in his product. He’s also included a few screenshots of some supposed earnings that both he and the people who know this method have received.
He also says that this method requires no list, traffic, or even a website for you to be making some quick and easy cash mulah! Then he’s made a bunch of typical clickbait sales headlines such as the following:
Okay, he didn’t write that last one, I just added it in there for the lols. Let’s see if Michael Cheney can back up these typical internet marketing claims with a high-quality product.
Neither I or the big ol’ Stopping Scams boss Ian are affiliated with Michael Cheney or his Commission Cartel product. We do our best to educate our readers on the sea of internet marketing fluff there is out there on the internet, and we try to entertain you in the process of doing so through our whimsical, witty, extremely honest reviews.
If we see bullcrap (which is roughly 90% of the products out there), we call it bullcrap. Every now and then, we come across an internet marketing nugget. When we do, we’ll make sure to let you know about it so it can help you along your journey of being a straight up boss internet marketing making fat stacks of cash in the comfort of your own home, whilst sippin’ on a cuppa coffee in your bright pink elephant pajamas.
Meh, I can’t be bothered being funny anymore. Let’s move onto the review.
For the third billion-thousand-gazillionth time, I’ve found another product that’s just a bunch of theory with not much practice. Michael Cheney’s product contains the logistical steps, but not much information about the specific details that it takes to be an internet marketing success. One thing’s for certain, though, and that’s that this product isn’t going to take you from rags to internet riches anytime soon; the sales claims are overhyped, overpromised, and the quality of the product definitely doesn’t deliver on it.
Your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
There were two upsells in total after purchasing Commission Cartel, and it looked like typical, generic, bland internet marketing training. Nothing we haven’t seen before.
One thing I’ve found with reviewing products is that the quality of the product is a good indicator towards the quality of the upsells. In this case, you could probably just skip the upsells and not have a fear of missing out on anything in particular. After skipping the upsells, I logged into the membership site which looked a little something like this.
Look at that handsome ol’ geezer.
I dived into the training, and there were a few points that I thought would be worthy to mention.
I’ve mentioned this concept in my other videos; essentially, what the majority of crappy internet marketing products to state the points without showing too much information behind it. The crappy internet marketing products state points, which even though are essential, are extremely easy to say. They’ll state points such as:
And even though these are extremely important steps and principles, the AWESOME internet marketing products dive deep into each concept and show the details behind each individual one, so the student has a deep understanding of the “why” of each principle.
Here’s an example of Michael Cheney’s blandness in action.
This is taken from his slides that he provides with his video training. He essentially just lays out the points, talks over them, gives a quick little summary on each one, then moves on. It’s not enough training to dive deep into the concept, and show the real details behind it. It’s not enough to give a wide scope understanding to the person watching the video, and it’s definitely not enough for an inexperienced internet newbie to be making some fast cash like his sales page says so.
Michael Cheney also claims that you can make this method work even if you don’t have a list or website. He advocates having a platform to publish your affiliate offers on, and in the training, he specifically mentions platforms such as Facebook, Youtube, and some others where you can post content on.
There are a few reasons as to why this method won’t work, and to prove the point, I’m going to use Youtube as an example:
Essentially, he says to post a review on Youtube and link it with your affiliate offers, make the video compelling and all that jazz, then receive a few commission checks. Guys and gals, I just did a quick google search, and apparently, there is an hour of Youtube video uploaded every single second. If you think that you’re just going to post a review with a keyword here and there, and then all of a sudden make bank, you’re going to be set up for a bit of a surprise.
Having no prior audience to view your material makes it just that much harder to make a commission check, and even if you did have visitors coming, just think of all the questions they’ll be asking themselves:
Yet another reason as to why I wouldn’t recommend this product to you.
There were a few more points I thought would be worth mentioning…
And that’s about all that I’ve gotta say in regards to Michael Cheney’s Commission Cartel product.
The only reason why I’m not rating this lower is because it costs less than 10 dollars. It’s just too generic, it doesn’t contain that much practical information on being a successful internet marketer, it’s filled with the generalized concepts that can be found for free online, and it’s just another internet marketing product to add to the garbage bin.
Your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
If you ever need any help with your internet marketing journey, or if you have a question on one of the products that I’ve reviewed, just comment below! The team here at Stopping Scams wants to help you out, so make use of us and reach out!
Stay Beautiful Ya Internet Marketing Fanatics!