Glynn Kosky is here again with another Internet Marketing product he calls the Commission Glitch. According to him, the Commission Glitch will show you how to generate at least $182 every single day. He says it’s a newbie friendly system and is the easiest money making method he’s discovered in years. He says he’s been taking advantage of a secret Glitch in one of the most popular websites on the Internet to make a ton of money over time, and is about to show you how it can take your online business to the next level.
I’m not working hand in gloves with Glynn to promote his Commission Glitch as an affiliate for commissions. This is a review put together to provide information for my reading audience to help them decide whether it’s for them or not.
If you’re short on time, read this brief version of the review: Glynn’s Commission Glitch is a regular training on affiliate marketing using Instagram as the major source of traffic. It doesn’t reveal any glitch to take advantage of, and it’s certainly not the easiest way to make money online. It’s probably what some of you are already practicing. Whether you’ll make money with it or not depends on how much you commit to it. Find the details in the main body of the review.
Glynn Kosky is in the habit of forcing his customers to watch his upsell and down sell sales videos. He achieves that by making sure his videos play without a provision such as a link or a button to skip the videos. That’s frustrating for most people. I wish Glynn would understand that his tactic won’t make him gain or lose sales. It just builds frustration in people.
Glynn, as you know, is an internet marketer and all internet marketers work towards making as many sales as possible. So I thought you should know that Glynn set his entire members’ area up to make as many sales as possible whenever the opportunity presented itself. First, after he sells you his product, he tries to recruit you as his affiliate to drive more traffic to his offer so that he can, in turn, recruit everyone who buys as a result of your traffic-driving efforts to keep the cycle going and make him more money.
That seems innocent enough, but he doesn’t stop there. He tries to sell you other stuff within his members’ area, and his offers aren’t the best tools to grow your Internet Marketing endeavors. He tries to make you buy a traffic driving software called Desktop Lightning, which he offers in the guise of a free bonus.
He urges you to create a free Desktop Lightening account because he hopes you’ll upgrade to “Platinum status,” which is a paid plan that will earn him affiliate commissions eventually. This software, like most traffic driving software, won’t serve your purpose well and you might want to stay away from it. You can read a full review of Desktop Lightning here.
Again, he offers you more “bonuses.” Every one of those bonus offers was designed to make Glynn more money. His first affiliate offer in the guise of a bonus is a website that he and his partners refer to as a free $188 per day website, which is another of his arrangements to get recurrent commissions from you. The so-called free website is a cookie cutter with duplicate content that’s available to everyone else who takes it.
The catch is the recurrent hosting fees you’ll have to pay to Coolhandle for hosting your “free” website. If you settle for the Starter plan, you’ll be paying Coolhandle $3.95 every month. The Business plan will cost you $4.95 per month and the Pro plan will set you back $8.95 per month. Glynn stands to make commissions for every recurrent payment you make, whether the website makes you money or not.
For the record, that website will likely not make you money because of its generic, duplicate content. Search engines like Google are strongly against websites with duplicate content; they’ll penalize you with poor rankings that result in the near invisibility of such websites. So how do you hope to make money with Coolhandle’s free, cookie-cutter website with its duplicate web content?
There were also other innocent-looking free download offers at the posterior part of the members’ area. Those might not cost you money immediately, but they will eventually. Besides, they’ll make Glynn instant commissions when you submit your details and click the download button because they’re Cost Per Lead CPA offers. A CPL (Cost Per Lead) CPA (Cost Per Action) offer doesn’t require affiliates to sell anything before they earn a commission.
All they have to do is get folks to submit contact details by filling a web form. The moment the targeted lead submits their contact details, through which they will be pitched products in future, the affiliate earns a commission. So, you see, Glynn makes your contact information available so that you can be spammed by his CPA partners in the future while he gets a reward.
He also seems to be giving away some of his old courses as free bonuses. But those also have disguised affiliate offers presented as bonuses.
CPA networks usually need applications from interested affiliates before they can scrutinize them to ascertain whether or not they’re eligible for acceptance. Glynn advised his students to be dishonest, both in providing their details on a web form and during the phone interview.
He advised that they project themselves as savvy CPA marketers. That’s not good advice because the managers of most of the reputable CPA networks have years of experience and know when a newbie CPA marketing applicant is lying about his level of CPA marketing experience.
If an applicant is up-front by admitting she’s new in the CPA marketing space, is taking the relevant training to acquire the right skills, and would be willing to give it her best shot with some support, she stands a far better chance of getting accepted.
Glynn claimed on his sales page that the method taught in his Commission Glitch is a top secret, but that’s not true because it’s all about the use of Facebook’s Instagram as a traffic source. What is secretive about Instagram as a traffic source? A ton of internet marketers are already using Instagram to drive traffic to their offers.
When I read that sales page and saw the claim of a certain glitch on a very popular website that could be taken advantage of, I was curious and couldn’t wait to find out. Well, the popular website is Instagram and Glynn didn’t reveal any glitch that you can take advantage of to make yourself money. You only have to use it, just like everyone else is doing.
Glynn promised that you won’t have to worry about product creation, MLM, or anythigng else, including Fiverr. But then he tells you in the members’ area that you’ll still need to spend money on Fiverr to get stuff done.
You also have to use a landing page creation tool called Leadpages to create your landing page, which will collect the emails of your Instagram-driven leads. Leadpages will cost you recurrent fees. The monthly plan will cost you at least $37 per month. The annual plan will cost at least $25 per month, and the Biennial plan goes for a minimum of $17 per month. These are just the basic plans–the costs go much higher for better service.
Glynn’s sales page sucked you in by creating an impression that the Commission Glitch is very easy to implement. But that’s not true because there’s a whole lot of work waiting to be done before you can begin to expect results, which you might or might not get.
Glynn did a great job of painstakingly holding the hands of his students through the processes. The videos were step-by-step and very practical.
Glynn’s Commission Glitch has potential for profit, but it doesn’t guarantee $182 per day. If you swallowed everything Glynn said hook, line and sinker, you’ll have a hard time getting approved by the CPA networks. There’s no glitch to use to your marketing advantage.
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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.