Kam Jennings and Idrees Farooq have collaborated to put something they call the Group Giants together. However, this product is more of something from Kam Jennings, or so it seems, as he’s the dude at the very fore of things. Kam Jennings sounds like he knows the average internet marketer like he knows the way to his house.
He says a good number of internet marketers have decided there’s more money to be made in launching their own products. So, they’ve made up their minds to launch a product of their own and get affiliates to promote these products for them, but that he’s sure they’re going to fail because they don’t have the right approach.
However, he promises them he’s going to hand them something they’ll use to turn their lives around for the better. He says freedom is not far-fetched and that he’s been there and has done it. Therefore, he’s going to help anybody who’s struggling financially to find their feet and become financially independent. Please visit their sales page to see their claims in their own words.
I’m not an affiliate of Kam Jennings and I’m not promoting his eBook, Group Giants, for affiliate commissions. I bought it and went through it. So, based on my findings, I’m honestly reviewing it for my readers to get an objective, insider information to enable them decide whether or not this product is for them. Besides, I’ve also made a very high-quality Internet Marketing product available for them (my readers) to get access to for absolutely free.
Group Giants is a 36-page eBook on how to drive free, targeted traffic to offers through the use of Facebook groups and fan pages, following 11 steps. Kam Jennings did put down a number of things for his readers. However, whether or not what he put down would be useful to you is what this review is about.
I bought Group Giants and turned down an upsell of $19 and a down sell of $7. After that, I was allowed access to my purchase. In the members’ area, there was a video of Kam Jennings congratulating and welcoming his customers. Below that video was an inscription that read, “Start Here – Please Follow These Steps First”. The first step was to whitelist their email address to enable them continue to send you stuff to buy from them.
Then, there were steps two and three. The second step was to get your bonus, and the third step was to join their Facebook group. Right after that, there was another welcome video from Kam Jennings. See the image below for pictorial proof, and watch the video to see things for yourself.
In the second video, Kam Jennings was rambling about the graphic of the eBook and its artist, and the record of him rambling just fizzled out almost anticlimactically. After the video, there were some OTO (One Time Offer) upsells. One of these upsells, “The Group Giants Video Walkthrough,” is just a video version of the eBook, Group Giants, which I paid for. Meaning that it’s basically the same information presented differently to get more money off me, precisely an extra $19.
However, the vendor states that the video holds more value than the eBook because he shows his audience, in a step-by-step manner, how to go about each activity he recommends. Below the OTOs, there were “bonuses”.
The product, which is a 36-page eBook, presents its lessons in steps. Step 1A, which is titled, “Decide,” informs students on the necessity of creating a new Facebook profile that’s dedicated to the business they plan on running.
But, the author also makes it clear that it could get the disapproval of Facebook, as Facebook doesn’t allow more than one profile per person, which brings up the second option of maintaining their current Facebook profile and segmenting their Facebook friends.
The author says he prefers the option of creating a new profile in spite of the fact that it’ll make Mark Zuckerberg scowl, but that whatever his students decide to do is totally their call. His approach, in this regard, is quite transparent and helpful. However, there was a bad sign. One of the resource materials he refers his students to, a YouTube video on creating a new Facebook profile, has a red flag.
I clicked on the link to the YouTube video he made available to his readers to see what it had to offer and here’s what I found. It was an error message that read, ““how to create facebook ac…” The YouTube account associated with this video has been terminated due to multiple third-party notifications of copyright infringement. Sorry about that.” That didn’t look good.
In step 1B, he warns his audience that they are going to get a little roguish but they shouldn’t worry, nobody is going to get hurt. Here’s a quote in his exact words, “Only for people starting brand new Facebook profiles (warning…we are going to get a little rogue-ish but don’t worry, no one is getting hurt. We are just trying to get our profile set up to do business.)” After that, he goes on to provide a few tips on how to go about it.
Step 2, which he titled “Start” is about starting a Facebook group. In this step, Kam Jennings informs his readers on some of the best practices of starting a Facebook group and tells them what edge a Facebook group has over a Facebook page.
His readers will very likely find this helpful. Here’s an excerpt from his eBook: “Okay so step 2 is to start a Facebook group. Understand that this group will be the foundation for your audience on Facebook. It will be awesome. It will help you talk to and survey your target market and it will help you sell stuff.
It’s better than a Facebook page by far. It promotes interactivity among the members. It’s less about “you” and “your business” and more about a like minded community that have been brought together from a shared interest.
More importantly, though, two major reasons why you want a group over a page.
First, it allows you to control advertising on the banner. Anytime you are getting ready to launch a new product or promote an important offer you can change your banner to reflect this.
Second, it allows you to control the “sticky” post. When you own a Facebook group you have the ability to stick a post at the top of the group and everyone who visits your group will see that post. This is invaluable when it comes to promotion.”
For the record, all quotes are verbatim (without editing or alteration of any kind).
Step 3, which Kam titled “The Road Sign” deals with the creation of an additional profile banner, different from the group banner, to use as ad space. In this step, he shows his readers how to get their additional banners up, what to use them for and how to use them. he goes as far as giving them an idea of the most appropriate dimensions.
In step 4, which he titled “Fan Page,” he goes ahead to elaborate the benefits of having a fan page in addition to a profile and a group. He goes further to provide them a link to a YouTube video, which shows them step-by-step how to create a Facebook fan page. This video worked, unlike the other one. I half expected it… ok, I’m rambling now. Let’s get on with the review.
Step 5 was labeled “Feature,” and was about adding the features of the Facebook profile in the about section to suit the purpose of the business it’s intended for, with especially the “where you work” feature in focus. Readers will very likely find Kam’s tips helpful.
Step 6 is about getting people into the newly created Facebook sales structure. His approach to this is quite helpful and doesn’t require any expense at all.
Step 7 is about how much time you have to spend ideally on your Facebook structure to get people into your group and fan page without feeling overtasked or bored. His tips on this subject are also beneficial.
Here, Kam gives his readers tips on how to get friends into their Facebook business structure. He even provides a video on how. Some of the information here will prove pretty helpful to readers.
Step 9, which was tagged “The Art of the Pure Share” was all about swinging into action and getting an article up and ready to share useful information with potential group members, without any obvious strings attached. This, according to Kam, will not only get the attention of your prospects but also establish you as a knowledgeable and helpful authority they could revert to for help.
Step 10, which Kam named “Place to Be” is about getting and keeping the long term attention of the new Facebook group members when you get them. He made a couple of useful suggestions that would benefit his readers.
In this step, Kam tells his audience how to monetize their Facebook sales structure and even build an email list.
What Kam Jennings put together is great content for a less than $10 product, but it lacks in certain important details. For instance, he clearly states that his readers can grow an email list using this method. However, he only glossed over the subject by saying, “The group is a major money point. It is a targeted audience that sees you as an authority in your niche. They care about what you have to say.
Not only to sell things but also to build an email list. It is not hard to put your group on an email list. Just offer them something of value, put it behind an opt-in, and then put the link to the opt-in in a sticky post at the top of your group.”
You see, Kam Jennings didn’t provide any step-by-step guide on how to do these things. Very likely, he expects you to buy one of his upsells to get the detailed information.
This eBook does really hold some valuable information for Kam Jennings’ readers. However, the lessons taught in it are going to take some practice and time to master. Therefore, you can’t make “$2878.90 Within 30 Days or Less Working 20 Mins Or Less Per Day!”, which is exactly how Kam Jennings puts it on his sales page.
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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.