Mark Barrett and Vasilka Angelova are pitching their Instant Cash Explosions Internet Marketing training to resolve the problems of internet marketers who haven’t been able to make money online. They say it’s an idiot-proof method that earns its users up to $200 per day with only a few hours of simple work per week. They claim their system is going to work for a long time. They also claim that anyone can use their system to make money online even if they have no prior Internet Marketing experience. Let’s dig in and see what makes Mark Barrett’s and Vasilka Angelova’s Instant Cash Explosions tick.
I’m not operating hand in gloves with Mark Barrett and Vasilka Angelova to market their Instant Cash Explosions for affiliate commissions. I’m only reviewing it to help my reading audience decide whether they should invest in it or not.
If you don’t have enough time to read the whole review, read this short version: Mark Barrett’s Instant Cash Explosions doesn’t reflect its owner’s wealth of Internet Marketing experience. Mark is capable of creating a far better product than this.
His Instant Cash Explosions doesn’t meet the promises on his sales page because of the theoretical approach he took and all the gaps he left for his trainees to fill on their own. Mark didn’t do a good job of holding the hands of his students as he promised on his sales page. Consequently, you can hardly make $200 per day with the Instant Cash Explosions. The details are in the main body of the review.
After I checked out, there were upsells and down sells as expected. I passed them all up and proceeded to my purchase.
Mark Barrett’s Instant Cash Explosions is made up of 10 tutorial videos. The first six of these videos weren’t practical. If you’re a newbie, you could finish watching those six videos and still not know what useful Internet Marketing lessons to take from them.
I was surprised to see that Mark Barrett had everything required such as a screen capture software, an Internet connection, etc. to get something more practical in front of his students, but he preferred to simply talk without demonstrating what he was talking about on the screen for his students to follow.
Most folks find it a lot easier to learn the audio-visual way. Mark Barrett’s first six videos would have been a lot more helpful if he had taken the audio-visual, hands-on approach to things.
Mark Barrett has been an Internet Marketer for several years. In those years, he’s amassed a wealth of internet marketing knowledge and is very capable of coaching newbies to achieve their dreams online.
But unfortunately, Mark Barrett chose to go about his training without the thoroughness of the savvy internet marketer that he is. He talked about writing a sales copy as if it’s something that could be done by putting down any random group of words on a word processor. There was not even a practical demonstration of how to get the graphics in place.
He made no mention of the psychological triggers that make sales letters so irresistible, and he didn’t say a word of the role of HTML editors in the creation of the sales letters. Watching his fifth video, which he titled “Creating Your Salesletter,” one would think writing a sales letter requires nothing but a keyboard and a word processor.
Mark Barrett started getting hands-on in the seventh tutorial video of his training. The sixth video was about setting up an autoresponder, which he rightly stated that his students could get free information about on the Internet. It was in the eighth video that he started showing his viewers how to edit their posts. But given the rickety foundation of the previous videos, newbies will still not be able to follow his hands-on lessons in the eighth video easily.
Mark Barrett promised on his sales page that his Instant Cash Explosions training would be step-by-step. But that wasn’t true because there were so many blanks for the trainees to fill in on their own. In some cases, Mark didn’t even point them to alternative online resources where they could find information to make up for what he’d skipped.
Mark Barrett’s vagueness makes it nearly impossible for his students to realize the promises on his sale page, some of which are that the training is point-and-click simple, it will pay you quickly, it’s low cost, it doesn’t take so much time to implement etc. Let’s compare a few of those promises with the reality. The training would have been a lot closer to being point-and-click simple if Mark had not been so vague. With all the vagueness, pointing and clicking are nearly impossible.
How can it possibly pay you quickly when you’ll have to bridge the gaps before the system can be set up? Again, you’ll have to spend some time on trying to sort things out. So it’s not true that it takes a short time to implement. Furthermore, the system would be low cost if you know exactly where to go and what to do. But folks who don’t possess the required skill set might be compelled to outsource the whole process to some freelancer for a fee, which might not qualify as “low cost.”
Mark Barrett is a good internet marketer who is capable of creating a top notch Internet Marketing training. But unfortunately, he chose not to take his time to help his students thoroughly. His training can’t make you $200 per day. If that ever happens, it will take a very long time because you’ll have to take some time to learn the ropes yourself and fill in the unattended gaps before you start seeing the projected results.
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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.