The $500 CPA Every Day is an Internet Marketing training product by Glynn who claims his product will reveal a hidden traffic source through which you can send penny clicks to your CPA offers in only three simple steps. Glynn says free traffic doesn’t work at all because you pay with your time. He says he’d show you how he made $500 on his very first day, using what he’s about to share with you.
I’m not, in any way, connected to Glynn. Neither am I trying to sell his product, $500 CPA Every Day. I’m only reviewing it to provide my readers like you the information they need to decide if a product is right for them.
If you don’t have the time to go through the entire review, this is the brief version of it. Glynn’s $500 CPA Every Day is a training package on Internet Marketing, which is made up of 12 instructional videos (for the record, I made some of the videos available for you to watch and see things for yourself if you have the time to do so).
Unfortunately, some of these videos bear information that you could get for free on the Internet. Others convey ingenious Internet Marketing strategies that hold the potential to make you money when applied to your Internet Marketing business.
After I checked out, there was an upsell, as I expected ($27), and then, a down sell too ($9). The upsell wasn’t half as annoying as how it was carried out. The upsell web page literally pinned me down, against my will, to watch the sales video because there was no provision of a button or link to click on in order to continue to my purchase until after several minutes.
That’s a really unethical way to get people to listen to a sales pitch. It’s kind of like a sales person locking you up somewhere just to make sure you give them audience before they release you. There was a barrage of upsells and down sells worth more than $100 in total after that, which I turned down with pleasure.
In order to access the product I paid for, I had to fill a form that required my name, email, country and phone number.
After I provided the requirements, I came face to face with a pop up. The whole point of the inscription was to have a free coaching session with Glynn, at least, that was what it looked like until I was proven wrong. More on that later.
I clicked on the “Click Here To Request Your Free Session” button and was led to a web form with a title “Free Strategy Session With Glynn (Worth $399 – Yours Free)”. When I proceeded down the form, I found a number of text boxes and radio buttons, all requiring information.
A little further down the web form, there was a part of the form that clearly stated that without money, I won’t be able to work with Glynn. The very same free session with Glynn suddenly became a session that required an amount of money without which I couldn’t work with Glynn. That was deceptive. In my experience, internet marketers who employ this tactic have never come up with anything legit. I’ve run into them a couple of times, believe me.
In the members’ area, there was a video of Glynn welcoming his audience to the training. In this video, Glynn advertised his product, the $500 CPA Every Day, asking his audience to join his affiliate program and drive traffic to his product. Then, he also emphasized the need for his audience to register for his webinar and partake in his “free” coaching session, which requires money to “work with Glynn.” Click on the image below to watch the video.
In the members’ area, there were six menus. I clicked on the “Make Money” menu and it led me back to the welcome video in which Glynn was trying to persuade his audience to become affiliates of his product, the $500 CPA Every Day.
When I clicked on the next menu, which was the “Bonuses” menu, it led to somewhere down the same page where there were a bunch of stuff placed there as bonuses by Glynn.
After that menu, the next one was the one labeled “Modules,” which I clicked on. When I clicked on it, it led to a video called “Introduction.” This video was just an overview of the entire course. Nothing more. You can watch it below if you feel the need to do so.
For the record, for whatever reason, Glynn’s in the habit of startling his viewers by a sudden clap of his hands at the beginning of some of his videos. ‘Just a heads up, so you don’t spill your cup of coffee all over your laptop when it happens.
Maybe it’s a new Internet Marketing strategy that he came up with. These days, every internet marketer is “inventing” some new marketing strategy. He could patent this one and call it something like “Keep the viewer awake strategy.” Remember to finish sipping your coffee and keep the cup aside before you watch this video 🙂
After the introductory video, there was another video labeled video 1. It was a general overview of the Bing search engine platform compared to Google. ‘Just an additional content with no direct impact on helping the viewer learn to make money online. anybody can figure out the similarities and maybe differences between the search engine platforms with practice. Watch the video below.
This video was a demonstration of how to find a hot niche and hot offers to promote in that niche, using Google’s tools and Clickbank’s platform. The presenter took his audience through Google and Clickbank, quickly showing them how to pick in-demand niches and offers. This information is available on Google for free. I typed the words “how to find a profitable niche on google youtube” and I got over 1,000,000 results. That was more information than I could consume.
On this video, Glynn showed his audience how to pick CPA offers on platforms like Clickbank, Offervault, Peerfly etc. It goes without saying that this is also commonplace information. With the right words in Google’s search bar, there’ll be ample, free resources to go through on the subject.
This video was about carrying out keyword research, using Google Keyword Planner. The author demonstrated how this should be done. However, like the other preceding videos, the information in this video is also available on Google for free. I typed the words, “how to research keywords for a niche youtube” into the search bar of Google and I found 570,000 results.
This is a demonstration of how to use a combination of Follow.net and Clickbank to determine the right words to use for the paid ads, which would entice people to click on the links bearing those words. This information is not as common as the others before it.
This video showed, in a step-by-step manner, how to set up an ad campaign on Bing. This information, like the rest of the others, is commonplace information because I entered the words, “how to set up an ad campaign on bing youtube” into Googles’ search bar and I got over 6,000,000 (Six Million) results. That’s a lot of free resources on the subject.
Video seven was pretty much a continuation of video six.
This was the video in which Glynn showed his audience how to integrate Getresponse with LeadPages to send traffic to and capture email addresses as well as offer a CPA product within a thank you page. This information is an ingenious one and isn’t so commonplace.
This video was pretty much about autoresponder email series. Of course, newbies would benefit from its step-by-step demonstration. But it’s also information you can get for free if you look closely. Autoresponder service providers even have an elaborate, free tutorials on the subject.
This is the video where Glynn didn’t have much to show his viewers anymore and had to go over what he’d showed them and said to them before. He reemphasized the importance of building a list through opt-in pages that are connected to autoresponders. Pretty much what most internet marketers know.
In this video, Glynn talks about the importance of outsourcing and gives his audience hints on where to go get freelancers to do their jobs. Yeah, this would be helpful for folks who never heard of the words “outsourcing” and “freelancers.” However, there’s a ton of free information out there on outsourcing platforms and the freelancers that work on those platforms.
On this video, Glynn wraps it all up and invites his audience to join his Facebook group.
The $500 CPA Every Day had a lot of mouth-watering promises on its sales page. One of them was about a “secret traffic source.” This secret traffic source that Glynn spoke of, on his sales page, was Bing’s provision for ads. Now, what’s so secret about Bing and its ads?
Furthermore, Glynn condemns free traffic. But he’s wrong because free traffic does work, though it takes time, but it certainly works. Furthermore, the name of the product, which is “$500 CPA Every Day” is a bit misleading because making $500 per day, every day by the methods taught in this training isn’t remotely typical.
Are you looking to buy this product? Now that you’ve gone through this review about it, what do you think?
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.