What’s Up aspiring Internet Marketers!
It’s ya boy Danyon back in the hiz-house, and today I’ll be reviewing Digital Altitude by Michael Force. I was taken to this product from a neat little sales page that made a bunch of outrageous claims; claims such as “How You Can Test-Drive My $3,000+ A Day System TODAY for Only $1.00!”
Another claim saying that you’ll be able to make big, fat commissions while a sales staff does most of the work for you. All of the claims lead to selling you the dream that you’ll be able to make big bucks all from the comfort of your own home. The creator of the Digital Altitude sales page even said that he makes over $9000 per day, and roughly $174,000 per month, all with the system that he’s about to share with you for just $1.00.
Once again, some huge clickbait claims to hook the consumer’s attention with overhyped projections of making money online. Let’s see if the Digital Altitude system can back up these claims.
Just so ya know, neither we are not affiliated with Digital Altitude or Michael Force. Stopping Scams runs on honest, real, authentic reviews that maintain integrity. Our number one focus is giving you guys quality, entertaining, and informative reviews; a big, fat, juicy paycheck will never influence the reviews that are written here.
To be completely honest, for the $1 trial that I paid for, there are some excellent fundamental points about business and marketing in the training section. But, I can safely say that the system they’re hyping up about making a kazillion dollars in a few milliseconds isn’t going to work out the way that you want it too.
The Digital Altitude system is MLM-based, and the price points for the products being sold are too costly – that in conjunction with the overpromised clickbait sales claims makes it easy for me not to recommend this product to you guys.
Here’s what the sales page looked like. It had a dude talking about how he’s sippin’ a beer on the beachfront; apparently, it’s only 1pm where he is, and he’s already made $9000.
After putting in my email, I purchased the trial and was given access to the Digital Altitude product called Aspire. The Aspire product is a “Digital Business Success System” that gives you access to a bunch of video training with accompanying guides, a coach, and an “Automated sales funnels designed by 7-figure marketers to automate the sales process.” Once I got access to the product, I was taken to the main page that looked super slick.
I jumped straight into Digital Altitude’s “Aspire” training, and there were a few good points about the product that I’d like to cover.
The main two things that I found extremely beneficial when reviewing Digital Altitude was the fundamental principles that they talk about, and also the layout of the training provided.
Considering the fact that the trial was only a buck, I thought that the fundamental principles would be extremely beneficial for anyone that’s new to business/marketing. The layout is superb – it consists of video, a bunch of text guides, and a mp3 file to go along with it.
I thought this was beneficial because it covers practically every way of learning possible – you’ve got audio, visual, and text to read if you’re one of those types of people. You also get access to a coach who can help you out if you ever get stuck with anything.
Like I said, there are a few fundamental principles in here that would be beneficial for someone completely new to this sort of stuff – principles such as traffic, conversion, selling high vs. low priced items, reinvesting, etc.
To be honest, it’s still information that can be found on the internet for free, but considering the fact that the trial was only $1.00, I thought it’d be worth mentioning.
So if you get all of this quality and organized information (and a coach on top of that), then why can’t I recommend Digital Altitude to you after my review?
Essentially, you get commissions dependent upon how many people you sign up, and which product they purchase. A buck for a trial sounds reasonable, right? The turning point comes when you see the price points for the other products they’re offering. In their training, they talk about how the key to a successful business is to sell high priced products in a digital format so that you can benefit from a number of things such as :
Here are some screenshots of the other products they have for sale.
The problem comes when you find out the prices of the other products – the next most expensive product costs a whopping $597, which then jumps straights to the thousand dollar price point for the next products. The most expensive package costs a whopping $27,000!
The main reason I wouldn’t recommend Digital Altitude is because I don’t believe that the sales claims are aligned with the system that they’re offering. It’s hard enough to separate an internet customer from a few hundred dollars, yet alone $27,000.
The basic premise of the success system is to find leads, funnel them down the sales funnel and hope they buy the most expensive products so you can get a bigger commission. This is the “success system” that will help you to make 6 figures in 90 days or less like the training says so.
That would be like me saying “just find 10 people and sell them a $10,000 product and you’ll be earning 6 figures. It really is that simple!”
There were some good fundamentals in Michael Force’s Digital Altitude, like I said, and they were presented in a way that was really easy to digest and learn. With that being said, the system is selling products that cost as much as a car, and I highly doubt that you’ll be able to find plenty of customers that would be willing to spend tens of thousands of dollars over the internet for you to fulfill your “6 figures in 90 days or less” dream.
Your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
If you ever have any questions, feel free to reach out to the team here at Stopping Scams. Ian, in particular, has a lot of internet marketing knowledge; he’s been mentoring me for the past couple of months now, and I know without a doubt that he’s the type of person who ACTUALLY cares about another person’s success.
Have a good day Internet Marketing Fanatics!