Glynn shows up again with another Internet Marketing training product, which he calls $250 Cash Magnet. He says this system is newbie friendly and can earn you more than $900 this week using 100% free methods. He says his method is the real deal and is one of the fastest ways of make money online. According to him, you don’t need product creation, MLM or MOBE, paid traffic, SEO, Facebook Ads or Fiverr. He says you can generate thousands of dollars on complete autopilot with this method.
I’m not an affiliate of Glynn’s $250 Cash Magnet. I’m only reviewing it objectively to help my reading audience reach informed conclusions as to whether a product they’re looking to buy is for them or not.
If you don’t have the time to read every word of this review, then read this summarized version: Glynn’s $250 Cash Magnet doesn’t match up with his sales page. If you’re looking to buy the $250 Cash Magnet because you think you’re going to make $900 this week, don’t get your hopes up because there’s no guarantee that’s going to happen. The details are available within the main body of the review.
After I checked out, Glynn shoved an upsell sales pitch video in front of me that lasted like forever. While the video played, I looked around the website for some button or link to click on and skip the offer to enable me move on to my purchase. But I found none.
Glynn saw to it that there was no provision for his viewers to skip his upsell offers until he’s done boring them with his sales pitch. An option to turn down the upsell only showed up at the end of the video.
That was a frustrating experience. It’s kind of like a marketer confining you against your will to give themselves a chance to pitch you something. That upsell video was just one of many. See the images below for an idea.
Right after the slew of upsells and down sells, there was a video of Glynn trying to leverage the traffic-driving efforts of his customers. What that means is that he gets you to be his affiliate by paying him to promote his products.
That’s like product vendors on Clickbank, WarriorPlus or JVZoo asking you to pay them before you can promote their products as an affiliate. If Glynn wanted to leverage your traffic-driving efforts as an affiliate, he should have given you free access to the product. Please watch the video below.
Glynn provided what he called bonuses in the members’ area of his $250 Cash Magnet. These bonuses aren’t what they seem. One of them is a trial offer that will eventually require payments from you and make Glynn some affiliate commissions. Another one is a landing page that’s designed to add your email address to Glynn’s collection to enable him to pitch you more sales in future.
Glynn’s $250 Cash Magnet is just rehashed training that probably every internet marketer knows about. For instance, he went on about the various affiliate marketing platforms and CPA marketing networks throughout an entire video. That video didn’t hold much value.
The video after that held as much commonplace information as the previous one. In this video, Glynn taught his viewers how to use the Clickbank platform and to pick and promote products on it. As in the previous video, a single subject was all Glynn covered in the entire video.
Then, Glynn went ahead to teach his viewers how to use Google’s Keyword Planner. That too is commonplace knowledge because there’s a ton of free information on that all over the Internet. I typed the words, “how to use google keyword planner youtube” and I got 520,000 free videos to learn from. For the record, some of those free videos were even more informative than Glynn’s paid video.
He also demonstrated how to upload a YouTube video. His demonstration was hands-on, but that information is also freely available on the Internet. When I entered the words “how to upload a youtube video” into Google’s search bar, I got 172,000,000 results to freely benefit from.
Some of the contents of Glynn’s training are just theory. Glynn’s fifth video, which he said was on creating the video, was just him talking without demonstrating. Any newbie watching his $250 Cash Magnet, which he said was newbie friendly on his sales page, wouldn’t know the first thing about creating a sales video after watching that video. Watch the video below. That was mostly because he wanted his viewers to buy his done-for-you videos. The link to purchase the ready-made videos placed below the training video is further proof.
Glynn also created a false impression about the volume of his $250 Cash Magnet. He did that by splitting contents that could all go into a single video in order to have more videos than necessary. For instance, the videos labeled “Video 5 – Making the Video” and “Video 6 – How to Upload the Video” could have been one video, especially as video 5 didn’t have much hands-on content. See them below.
There’s no guarantee that you’re going to make $900 per week using this system. I’m not saying it’s completely impossible. I’m only saying, given the many factors surrounding Internet Marketing, nobody can guarantee that you’ll make any sale, let alone $900 this week. There’s a ton of YouTube videos out there that aren’t making their owners any money. The reasons for that fact are diverse. Some of the reasons could be picking the wrong niche, picking the wrong product, poor video content/quality, too much competition, etc.
For starters, Glynn gets you to pay him before you can join his affiliate program to promote his products. Glynn’s $250 Cash Magnet is a collection of commonplace information that can be had free of charge by any Internet user. Then, some of the videos aren’t practical.
Glynn even tries to make the $250 Cash Magnet seem like it has more content than it really does by splitting and distributing meager pieces of information among more videos than necessary. It’s getting a C rating because it has potential for profit if done right and given some time. But so does this 100% free training. Would you rather settle for the paid product that leaves gaps for you to fill or the free one that leaves no stone unturned to help you succeed online?
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