Glynn Kosky shows up again with another product he calls the $2,000 CPA Traffic Jacker, which he claims generates thousands of dollars through an unexplored free traffic treasure storehouse. He says this system will put $2,343 every week into your pocket on autopilot. Glynn says with his method, you don’t need video marketing, Facebook ads, article writing, Fiverr, the search engines, product launches or eCommerce. Let’s dig in to see what this magical, free traffic source is.
I’m not in cahoots with Glynn to give his $2,000 CPA Traffic Jacker publicity for affiliate gain. I’m only reviewing it objectively as I’ve reviewed several other Internet Marketing products to provide the much-needed information for folks who are looking to buy such products to help them make money online and improve their finances. My reviews reveal facts about these products to help my readers make informed decisions as to whether or not they should go ahead with their purchase plans.
If you don’t have enough time to read the whole review, this is the summary: Glynn’s $2,000 CPA Traffic Jacker isn’t about anything new and the traffic source promoted on that sales page is Instagram. If you’re new to CPA marketing, some of his methods will do you more harm than good for all the reasons I gave in the body of the review below.
After I made a payment, Glynn in his classic you-must-watch-my-next-sales-pitch-video approach pitched an upsell without any option in form of a link or button to pass up the video and proceed to the product paid for.
I found that very frustrating and unacceptable because it’s kind of like a sales person in the physical sphere of things selling you a product and then kidnapping you and locking you up in a room to give themselves a chance to make you more sales offers against your will.
That upsell sales video played on for several wasted minutes before a link to pass it up appeared on the sales page. There were many others like it with the exact approach.
What that means for you is that you’ll have to be prepared to go through a long, boring, wasted moment with Glynn blabbing about nothing in his bid to get you to buy more stuff from him. Please see the images below for an idea of the sales pitches Glynn threw my way after I checked out.