Two Brits who simply gave their names as Fred and Glynn had an Internet Marketing product put together for internet marketers, which they named The 2016 Profit Blueprint. According to them, The 2016 Profit Blueprint is capable of earning you $10,000 per month by letting you tap into the “hot 2016 trends that no one knows about” in only five simple steps.
The 2016 Profit Blueprint is capable of earning you $10,000 per month by letting you tap into the “hot 2016 trends that no one knows about” in only five simple steps.
They say the methods taught in this product have earned them thousands of dollars in revenue. They say this product has nothing to do with MLM, Fiverr, software, Facebook, one on one selling, consulting, blogging or SEO.
They promise to show you how to crush it in 2016 through affiliate marketing, CPA etc. They promise to show you the sneaky tools and tricks the super affiliates are using to top the leaderboards. Please visit their sales page to remind yourself of their many promises and claims through the link provided above.
For the record, I’m not one of the many affiliates of The 2016 Profit Blueprint who’re only concerned about how much money they could possibly make by promoting digital products online.
On the contrary, I attach a lot of importance to end user satisfaction, which is why I take my time to buy a product, go through it, evaluate its quality and potential to help its buyer, before I slap an affiliate link on it and drive traffic to it, if its qualities satisfactorily meet the requirements for end user benefit.
Therefore, I’m only reviewing this product without any bias, as I’ve done many other Internet Marketing products in the past. I do this to protect my readers from the common pitfall of wasting money and time on crappy products. Besides, I also use this avenue to point them to high-quality Internet Marketing training, which they could access for free.
This product is a step-by-step video training that comprises of 11 rather short videos. Some of its teachings will benefit some category of people in the Internet Marketing industry. However, whether or not it’ll benefit you and make you money is what this review is all about.
The welcome page of this product is a simple one-page site with instructions on how to have access to the product and how to find your way to the members’ area. On it, there’s a link that reads, “2016 Profit Blueprint,” which I clicked on. After I clicked on it, I was directed to a page with a video encouraging me to become an affiliate of The 2016 Profit Blueprint.
In addition, there were a couple of other stuff such as a provision for a webinar registration, unannounced bonuses and the course modules. Before I forget, let me mention that I ran into upsells before I got to this point.
I went right ahead to the course modules, which were 11 videos in all. The first video was an introduction to the course and an overview of it too, and was a little more than five minutes long. You can watch it by clicking the image above. The second video was actually labeled video 3, which I found quite confusing, and was a little longer that six minutes.
It was all about setting up an autoresponder account and how to use it to collect the emails of subscribers. On that video, GetResponse’s autoresponder services were being promoted by the presenter, who was showing his audience how to sign up for a GetResponse account. Below that video was a GetResponse affiliate link for his audience to click on to start a signup process.
The third video, which was referred to as the fourth video by the presenter, was about the use of a landing page software to suck in leads to build an email list for any Internet Marketing niche, which offers would be sent to via email for sale. The recommended landing page software was LeadPages. The presenter showed his viewers how to get LeadPages to work for them.
The fourth video was about registering with affiliate marketing platforms and picking affiliate products to offer subscribers for sale. The presenter showed his audience how to go about them one step after the other. The recommended affiliate marketing platforms were Clickbank, WarriorPlus and Clicksure.
The fifth video was on how to combine the lessons from all the previous videos in a productive, revenue-generating manner. In this video, the presenter took his audience through the process of linking a GetResponse opt-in form to a LeadPages landing page and a thank you page with an affiliate offer from one of the affiliate marketing platforms – namely WarriorPlus.
In the sixth video, the presenter demonstrated how to track an affiliate link one step after the other. Somewhere through the video, the presenter said something about driving traffic to the affiliate link.
On the course of talking about traffic in connection with the affiliate link, the presenter encouraged his viewers to buy paid traffic from him and his associates, promising them great results if they did, contrary to using free traffic.
This is particularly bad advice for Internet Marketing rookies who’re probably struggling to make ends meet. Paid traffic, in most instances, has been known to spell the failure of inexperienced internet marketers.
Furthermore, the presenter made it clear he would reserve certain information for a one-on-one coaching session on how certain things are done to track links. This missing rung on the ladder will definitely leave newbies confused and stranded, especially if they can’t afford the one-on-one coaching sessions.
The seventh video was all about traffic. In this video, the presenter talked about how to buy paid traffic from his organization. He very clearly discouraged the use of free traffic as it involves SEO, which, according to him, could take months and even years to yield any results.
He advocated solo ads very strongly by saying if a newbie internet marketer bought a hundred clicks for $97, 50 of those clicks could very likely become a part of their email list. But if you know the first thing about traffic and email marketing, then, you can tell that information isn’t correct because a 50% conversion rate isn’t typical.
If you got a 30% conversion, then you’re either in great luck or your campaign is top notch. But the presenter insisted and emphasized on how free traffic sucks and how paid traffic, especially the paid traffic his viewers would buy from his group, would make all the difference.
The next video, which was video eight, was a continuation of the previous video on traffic. Again, the presenter clearly took a stand against free traffic while he advocated the use of paid traffic for quick results. However, he went ahead to share some free traffic methods in case some of his viewers would prefer that to paid traffic, which I think was considerate of him.
The ninth video was on autoresponder follow up sequence. The presenter took his audience through the processes of creating autoresponder sequences for their email list.
The 10th video was on outsourcing. Viewers were shown how to outsource their various tasks to get their Internet Marketing businesses up and running without letting the techy aspect of things get in their way and cause unnecessary delays.
The 11th video, which was the last video in the training module, was an overview of the entire lesson.
Overall, these training videos are detailed and are going to do newbies some good. Meaning that if your Internet Marketing Knowledge is above average, you’ll probably not find this very useful. Again, the information here, as I’ve hinted before, are at the basic, entry level. Some Internet Marketing coaches even give this sort of training away to their audiences.
Some of the lessons within the modules are available for free on the Internet. I’ll give you an example. The training on video two regarding how to set up an autoresponder account is free for all to access through this link. Another example would be the lesson in video three, which was about creating landing pages using LeadPages.
You can find a free lesson on YouTube following this link. These are just a few examples. Just try a search with the following words “how to find affiliate products to promote on warriorplus youtube” and see how many free videos you’ll have covering the lesson in video four.
Are you a newbie who’s looking for basic Internet Marketing lessons? Then, you don’t need to buy this because much of the lessons here are available for free on the Internet if you look closely. So, why pay money for something you can get for free?
Have you bought it already? Would you please share your findings with the community below?
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.