Kevin Fahey claims that his IM Coaching Guide reveals how he made $55,000 in just three months and how you can do the same. He says you don’t need a product of your own, any special skill set, an email list, or a lot of money for paid traffic. He claims an IM Coaching business will pay you more than just IM itself. He says you can get started today with your coaching program. Let’s see how true these claims are.
This review isn’t sponsored by Kevin Fahey and I’m not reviewing his product the IM Coaching Guide as an affiliate. I’m reviewing it objectively to provide information for my readers who might be looking to buy it. Hopefully, the information I provide through my review will help them decide whether or not it’s for them.
If you’re running short on time, read this shortened version of the review: Kevin Fahey’s IM Coaching Guide is bad news – a complete waste of time. That sales page is loaded with hype, which is why you’ll be disappointed and disgusted if you make the mistake of buying this product. I have all the details below.
After I paid for the product, there were upsells and down sells. Please see the images below.
According to the sales page, you don’t have to be an expert to tell that what you’re reading is pure hype. But in case you missed the point, Kevin Fahey claimed on that sales page that he could show you how to be a successful Internet Marketing coach even if you’re an entry-level newbie who’s never made money through Internet Marketing. These are some of his words: “I’m going to show you exactly how to start coaching today… even if you’re a complete newbie….”
How in the world is that possible? What Kevin wants you to believe is that even if you’re a stark newbie who’s never made a dime online, you could start making money online by coaching other folks to make money online. How is it possible to teach people how to do things that have never done before?
I wanted to know how Kevin Fahey would go about accomplishing that lofty goal, so I started reading his 46-page eBook. Kevin started his eBook with his personal history. He took his readers down memory lane, explainign how he quit school and started making money as a teen to the tune of $10,000 a month and scaled it higher over time. People don’t buy make money online information products in order to get that kind of information. That section of the eBook holds no value for its readers and qualifies as fluff.
After all that fluff, I thought Kevin would get straight to the point going forward. But he didn’t. He simply delved deeper into more fluff. He went down memory lane again, taking his readers with him to moments when he and his JV partner made money to the tune of $100K through their coaching programs. Even though he claimed that the references to his past successes were applicable to the success of his readers, I didn’t see how because he didn’t explain.
At some point within his IM Coaching Guide, Kevin Fahey mentioned coaching calls, Skype messages, and things like that. But what will an inexperienced newbie tell the people on the other end of the line when such calls are made?
Kevin finally tried to explain things to his readers, but his explanations are more confusing for a newbie than silence. Throughout his explanations, he even advised his readers to charge for their experience and time. The same guy who said on his sales page that no experience was required to make money with his IM Coaching Guide wrote like he expected his readers to have some experience they could charge money for.
At another point, he talked about the role of an autoresponder in getting the email addresses of coaching clients. He mentioned using Aweber’s automation rules to filter off certain candidates from follow-up series and add them to new campaigns. How many newbies would understand what he meant by that? For the record, he didn’t explain anything regarding that. There was nothing hands-on.
Kevin Fahey’s IM Coaching Guide has multiple paragraphs, but nothing actionable. He continued to write about his various successful Internet Marketing experiences and gave no clues as to how his readers could do the same.
On his sales page, he promised his customers a certain underground method that could be completely outsourced, such that they wouldn’t need to do any teaching or training themselves, and that it could fetch them four to five figures per month. That promise will get the attention of many newbies who are looking to start making money online as soon as possible with as little hassle as possible. But they’ll be disappointed because there’s no such thing in the entire eBook.
I guarantee if you read through Kevin Fahey’s IM Coaching Guide from the beginning to the end, you won’t know the first thing to do in order to start a coaching business, let alone make $55,000 in three months. The IM Coaching Guide can’t even help you make a dime. Even intermediate and advanced internet marketers will find it full of Kevin’s horn tooting about his personal internet marketing and coaching achievements.
The sales page of Kevin Fahey’s IM Coaching Guide is saturated with hype to an unbelievable degree. The product itself is a horrible piece of literature; it’s penned mostly to narrate Kevin’s personal achievements, the truth of which we cannot ascertain.
He says you can make money teaching people how to do things you don’t know how to do yourself. After you hand him your money, he feeds you with the fluff of his personal history and Internet Marketing success stories.
All you get for your money is theory. At the end of the day, you’ll find you still can’t make money online, not even by coaching, which Kevin promised he would teach you how to do even if you were a stark newbie.
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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.