Fred Barton invites internet marketers to milk the Internet of as much money as they possibly can through the methods taught in his $1K CPA Cash Cow. He claims that this method makes him more than $1,000 per week doing just 20 minutes of work per day. He says his method has nothing to do with product creation, MLM, paid traffic, website development, technical knowledge, JV partners, Facebook Ads, Fiverr, or SEO. According to him, this method has never been taught anywhere before. He says it’s so simple that anyone can do it. Furthermore, according to him, you can scale it up to any income level you desire.
This review is not influenced by Fred Barton. It’s just my objective thoughts about his Internet Marketing training product to provide my reading audience with insider information.
This brief version is for folks who don’t have enough time to read the whole review: Fred Barton’s $1K CPA Cash Cow is nothing new and nothing untapped. It’s rehashed training on driving traffic through YouTube videos. Fred lied on his sales page when he made certain promises, which he broke in the members’ area of the product. The details are in the main body of the review.
After I checked out, there were upsells and down sells. Fred Barton literally compels his customers to watch his video sales letters by making sure they don’t have a provision to skip his videos and proceed to the product they paid for until after several minutes. That’s like a sales person literally confining you against your will to make you look at the next item they’re selling right after you buy something from them.
Fred Barton cleverly gets you to pay him in order to be his affiliate, promoting his product and making him sales. If he wanted to benefit from your traffic driving efforts he should have given you free access to his product and not make you pay for it in the pretext of selling you a money-making method. What he’s doing would be similar to Clickbank, JVZoo, or WarriorPlus demanding payments before letting people promote products on their platforms. Wouldn’t that be absurd?
Fred is one of the many internet marketers who try to make as much money as possible from their customers by trying to sell them stuff at every turn. What he offers as bonuses in the members’ area of the $1K CPA Cash Cow are sales pitches in disguise intended to make him more money. Internet marketers who care about their customers concentrate on satisfying them rather than trying to milk them at every turn.
In section 2 of the members’ area, where he pretends to be offering his customers a free website that could allegedly make them $188 per day, he simply sucks them into Coolhandle’s trial web hosting service, which will cost them recurrent payments of $3.95 per month, $4.95 per month or $8.95 per month depending on whether they settle for the starter, business or pro plan after the trial period expires, which puts him in profit for the long term as an affiliate.
The second bonus offer in section 2 is another avenue to make Fred Barton money. On the surface, it looks like a free offer, but it’s very likely a cost per lead CPA offer. For folks who don’t know what a cost per lead CPA offer is, it’s an offer that requires a site visitor to perform a simple action such as filling out a web form in order to earn the affiliate some money. Cost per lead CPA offers don’t require site visitors to buy anything before the affiliates make money.
After a site visitor performs a simple task like filling out a form or taking a survey, the affiliate earns a commission. Though unlike the other sales pitches in the guise of bonuses, this one doesn’t instantly require further expense from Fred’s customers, it will eventually come to that. Fred advises his customers to take the offer and create a free account as if their lives depend on it because he stands to make a commission.
To make matters worse, the product he’s encouraging them to create a free account for is an alleged traffic-driving software called Desktop Lightning, which is a piece of crap. Read this full review on Desktop Lightning if you wish to know more.
Fred Barton claimed on his sales page that his was a never seen before method and it had never been taught or used by anyone, which was why he was carefully handpicking who to reveal it to in order to avoid imitators. But you be the judge now. His entire training revolves around driving traffic through YouTube. What’s new and untapped about that?
Fred promised on his sales page that his method had nothing to do with Fiverr. But in the members’ area, he broke that promise without a second thought. While teaching his viewers how to record their videos, he gave them some options such as sitting in front of a camera and recording a review of a product themselves, taking the slide show approach if they’re not comfortable in front of a camera, or outsourcing the entire process to some freelancer on Fiverr.
Again, he promised on his sales page that his product would have nothing to do with SEO. But that was another lie because in his video on how to upload a video to YouTube, he demonstrated how to carry out SEO to give the uploaded video a chance of being favored by the search engines. Why should you trust someone who lied to get your money?
Fred Barton called his method “guaranteed” on his sales page, but that’s inaccurate because there’s no guarantee your YouTube videos will rank. Consequently, there’s no guarantee you can make $1,000+ per week working just 20 minutes a day.
Making money by driving traffic to affiliate offers via YouTube is a legitimate way to make money online. But for Fred Barton to say on his sales page that it’s an untapped, secret method that’s never been seen before is downright dishonest. Furthermore, he doesn’t care enough about his customers to offer them added value without trying to make more money off of them. His $1K CPA Cash Cow doesn’t satisfy the claims on his sales page. It’s receiving a D rating instead of an F because driving traffic through YouTube is a proven method that works for folks who know exactly how to go about it.
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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.