Ali Muhammad, Jason Finley and Mustapha Ajermou have joined forces to come up with a product they called the Instagram CPA Explosion. They claim this product is an Internet Marketing training that’s going to reveal how to drive free traffic from Instagram to CPA offers and generate $195 per day.
I’m not showcasing Instagram CPA Explosion as an affiliate. Neither am I in any kind of partnership with Ali Muhammad, Jason Finley and Mustapha Ajermou. I’m only reviewing their product, the Instagram CPA Explosion, without any bias as I’ve done with other Internet Marketing products in the past.
I do this to provide my readers with information from the members’ areas of these products in order to help them make informed decisions as to whether these products are for them or not. I also point them to a free, Internet Marketing training that’s more high-quality than most of the crappy products they’re sometimes drawn to.
This is the summarized version of the Instagram CPA Explosion review. This product is a 53-page eBook that’s penned in bad English. It’s all about CPA marketing and leveraging the traffic on Instagram to get folks to CPA offers in order to make sales and earn commissions. However, Ali Muhammad, its author who claims to be an experienced CPA marketer, doesn’t do a good job of keeping the promises on the sales page. In the detailed part of the review, I laid out all the reasons you won’t easily make a consistent $195 per day by using this product.
I bought the Instagram CPA Explosion and got an upsell offer ($17.95), a down sell offer ($9.95), another upsell offer (29.95) and another down sell offer (19.95). I passed them all up.
This eBook doesn’t have a table of contents. Instead, it has something that seems like an extension of its sales page, which describes what the readers will be learning in it.
For starters, the Instragm CPA Explosion is a 53-page eBook written in low-quality English as already hinted in the summary above. The whole of the first chapter of the eBook is the condensed version of the history of Instagram, which qualifies for fluff. See the images below.
There are many cases like the ones in the above images within the eBook.
Of what use is the history of Instagram to the CPA Internet Marketer that it should be given an entire chapter? If anyone wanted to know about Instagram, they’d only have to look it up on Wikipedia.com or somewhere else on the Internet for free.
Ali seems to be great at confusing his readers. He skips randomly from subject to subject. On one occasion, he introduces a subject on Instagram, then began writing about Twitter and Facebook and suddenly slips back into writing about Instagram with no logical connections.
Much of the eBook is occupied by plain, white spaces and graphics that fill whole pages like the pages in the images below this paragraph, which all account for the eBook’s 53-page volume. The graphics are meant to illustrate how to set up an Instagram account, which is common knowledge even regular Internet-surfers have.
Anyone can easily set up an account with Instagram. But if for any strange reason that isn’t possible for some folks, they could simply type the words “how to create an Instagram account youtube” on Google and get free resources on the subject. I typed those words and got over 250,000,000 free materials to go through on the subject. That’s a lot of free information.
The author, Ali Muhammad, goes ahead to define CPA and writes about how his readers can get accepted by CPA networks. In his lessons on how to get accepted by CPA networks, he advises his newbie students to falsify information in order to seem like experienced CPA marketers in their bid to get accepted by the CPA networks of their interest. One of the false claims he advises them to make is to claim they’d been promoting CPA offers for 10 months and are PPC (Pay Per Click) and Facebook ads experts.
What Ali didn’t say is how most CPA networks don’t accept newbies without evidence of their own websites that have been up and running for nothing less than one month and how they have a way of telling when a CPA applicant is lying, which results in instant disqualification and blacklisting by the network. Legit CPA network coaches encourage their students to be honest during such interviews with the personnel of whatever CPA network they apply to. At least that gives them a fighting chance to be accepted.
Ali outlines the seven steps to exploiting Instagram marketing, which he intentionally or unintentionally calls “Facebook marketing” in his eBook. We know Instagram is property of Facebook. But the two are different platforms. So, his use of Instagram and Facebook interchangeably can confuse his readers. After outlining the steps, he tries to walk his readers through each of them but doesn’t do a good job of holding their hands.
He says in order to carry out a thorough market research and pick a profitable niche, his students should use Google Keyword Planner, a free keyword research tool, through the link he provided. However, he wasn’t thorough enough to take them through the process sequentially without skipping steps.
For instance, he didn’t give any hint in his eBook that users are expected to sign up for a Google account and sign in to it in order to be able to use the Google keyword research tool. Stark newbies would be confused following his guidance. He reveals a simple trick on how to tell which offers will pay more than others, which is to his credit.
Instagram CPA Explosion is a product that was very badly presented by its author. Though it holds potential to make some folks money, the chances of a newbie making money to the tone of $195 per day with it are very slim.
This is because newbies will be required to provide the URLs of their websites, which should have been up and running on the Internet for nothing less than one month before they’ll be accepted to promote CPA offers.
Besides, Ali Muhammad, the author of Instagram CPA Explosion, leaves some gaps that need filling in before progress can be made and offers his readers some bad advice that can hurt them.
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