Marcus Campbell’s Blog Profit Network Overview: Legit or Not?

By Eugenson | Negative Reviews

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Marcus Campbell says his Blog Profit Network training course will save you time and money, providing you the missing pieces to, finally, start making money online. Marcus Campbell also promises to give you loads of free content, helping you find and use what you’ve been leaving out.

Marcus also says you can start an internet business with less than $100 if you invest in yourself and the knowledge you need to get started. He promised there’d be no hidden fees in his program in which he’d show you how to find a niche that isn’t over-saturated and how to get paid.

He says anyone can do this. Even those who’re not Internet or tech savvy and those who don’t have much time. Please refer to the sales page via the link above to see these promises yourself.

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For the record, I’m not an affiliate of Blog Profit Network. I’m just trying to safeguard online opportunity seekers like you, by my objective reviews, from wasting money and time on broken products that’ll leave you frustrated.

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Summary of the Review

Marcus Campbell can help a certain category of people make money online and cause some other class of people to lose money online. Which of these classes of people you belong to and whether or not you’ll be able to make money online, using this product, will be clear to you at the end of this review.

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The Software

Marcus Campbell’s Blog Profit Network depends heavily on a software that customers are expected to download, install and use as part of the training course. This software flat out doesn’t work. I downloaded it and tried to install it, but it just wouldn’t install without errors.

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The bug-ridden software popped up an error message that read, “An error occurred while trying to copy a file:…Click Retry to try again, Ignore to proceed anyway, or Abort to cancel installation.”

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Software installatioin error

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So, I clicked retry, but the same error message popped up, which left me with two options, namely ignore and abort.  So, I clicked ignore, as I wanted the software installation to go through and not get canceled.

On a second thought, I decided to try downloading the software again, in case something was wrong with the first download. Then, I went to the control panel of my laptop and uninstalled the software, restarted my laptop and reinstalled the software. However, the result was pretty much the same.

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So, I decided to proceed with using the software as is. This time the error message was different. It read, “http://www.blogprofitnetwok.com/7/71.htm 0 52:1 ‘$’ is undefined.” Then, I thought, “Oh crap! This is it” but I was wrong. The software opened up with an interface after I clicked the ok button on the error window.

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So, I decided to explore it a bit. On it, Marcus Campbell still tries to market a new domain name service through an affiliate link. Another link that read, “Open Google Keyword Planner” caught my attention.

New domian name affiliate link and Google keyword planner link

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Out of curiosity, I clicked on it and a warning screen appeared with a message that read, “There is a problem with this website’s security certificate. The security certificate presented by this website is not secure. Security certificate problems may indicate an attempt to fool you or intercept any data you send to the server. We recommend that you close this webpage and do not continue to this website.”

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When that happened, I tried to reach customer support for help. I clicked on the button that read “Customer Support Click Here” and was directed to a page with the usual contact requirement fields such as name, email etc

I reached customer support

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However, there was a dropdown menu where customer support category was to be specified. I’ve never seen such a customer support category dropdown menu. It had only one option on its list, namely “Niche Domain Request”.

Customer support link misleading2

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At every turn, Marcus tries to draw your attention to one of his personal, money-generating affiliate links. He even tries to  sell you a new web hosting service. He says that even if you have an existing hosting service, he highly recommends Bluehost’s hosting service to enable you follow his tutorial video without hitches.

This is his way of creating a long-term income stream for himself, which is not a horrible thing per se. But when an internet marketer does this sort of thing repeatedly and without adding much value to the customer, it only means one thing, which is that they don’t care about anything or anyone but personal financial gain.

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Enough digression, let’s return to the software. Marcus is a honest man in certain respects. He admits he doesn’t trust his software, and that it is unreliable. Yet, your success with Blog Profit Network seems to depend on this broken software.

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Poor Video Quality

The video quality of Marcus Campbell’s video tutorials is so poor that each time I watch them I squint to see the pointer/cursor of his mouse as he clicks around, demonstrating one thing or the other.

Poor video quality

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At a point, I had to zoom my screen to 250% to enable me see the lettering on the tabs of a sight he was treating in one of his tutorials. Even after zooming to that extent, all I could see where blurs.

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The Cost of the Product

Marcus Campbell sells his Blog Profit Network for $127. For a product this poor, $127 is an outrage. That’s not all. You’re required to pay $37 per month till you cancel.

Marcus may have had some good, newbie-friendly products in the past but, I’m afraid, this is not one of them.

Final Rating: F

If you haven’t figured out what category of people can make money with this, I’ll tell you straight on. It’s Marcus Campbell and the owners of the products he’s promoting to you, as an affiliate, that can make money with this. Take my advice, stay away from this product if you’re looking to learn how to make money online.

 

  
 
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Does it deliver?
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Contact the owner?
Step-by-step training?
Easy to follow?
Is the training thorough?
Is the training up-to-date?

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Does it deliver?
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Easy to follow?
Is the training thorough?
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About the Author

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.

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Marcus October 11, 2015

funny thing about this review… its all about the software and not the value of the training provided.

while it is true that some people have issues with the software… the software is not needed to access the training… we have an online version.

also… each video can be brought up in full screen by simply clicking the little link in the bottom right corner. so the issue of small videos is not really an issue as they are shot in better than hd quality.

its also funny how the reviewer is complaining about using affiliate links in the product… because the reviewer above actually ordered thru his own clickbank link and refunded just a day later.

i hardly call that an honest review.

i’ve known the owner of this site a while and hes a great guy… but this is not a fair review.

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    Ian October 12, 2015

    Hey Marcus! Thanks for stopping by. It’s been a long time.

    I think the software issue is bigger than you’re making it out to be in this comment. When charging this much for a product, there should be a very small incidence rate and customers should be able to access 100% of the product they’ve paid for.

    I stopped promoting Simple Sites Big Profits several years ago because the product dropped in quality and the support become very, very poor (which my referrals frequently complained about and you repeatedly promised to fix, but that fix never came even after several months of saying a better system was being put in place).

    Also, there’s no problem at all with affiliate links as long as they truly add value to your customer’s experience and business. Many of these recommendations aren’t necessary.

    I have a huge amount of respect for you and will always consider you a great person based on our interactions together over the years, but from what Eugenson found when he reviewed your product, there are significantly better products out there at our below this price point that people would be better off purchasing.

    If you’re confident that we called this one wrong (outside of the problems with the software/videos) and you have really beneficial, up-to-date training, please email me and I will personally correct the review to reflect the positives of your product.

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      marcus October 12, 2015

      can you shoot me an email so i have the proper address.

      ill send you the updated simple sites for review… the 2015 version is really cool.

      as well as blog profit… i think you will find that our training (even in the 7 day free version) is better than some charge for: http://blogprofitnetwork.com/?p=1270 that is a link to the replays… we just shot them a month ago.

      as far as the rest… ill get that over as soon as i get the email from you.

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Lyn Pfeiffer October 13, 2015

Dear Stoppingscams.com,

So glad I found your site. I do hope my post is accepted. I purchased Blog Profit Networks from Marcus on October 11, 2015. I paid $127.00 for it. As of today October 13, 2015 I have not been able to access the member’s area or download the software. I received two receipts from Marcus, each for $127.00, each receipt had different “letterheads” on it, one from Affiliate Dude and one from Small Site, Big Profits. I have emailed their customer support twice requesting a password and to tell them that Norton Internet Security will not allow me to download the software, because they see it as a threat and immediately remove it from my pc.

As of yet I have not received a reply. I have emailed Marcus at his personal email address indicating my issue, no response, I have called him at 707-450-1194, the number given, in his emails, no response. I made the purchase thru an link in an email from Offer Vault. I have emailed Offer Vault twice since October 11th, no response as of yet.

Today, October 13, 2015 I have sent another email to Marcus and Offer Vault asking for a refund. Of course I have not yet received a response. Either I am unknowingly invisible or I have have been had. The jury is still out. I have been in touch with my credit card company and yes, the debit in there, but still no access to the member’s area or a clean download.

The dates of the above comments caught my attention, October 11th, that is the same date I made this purchase, and it informs me that the man is still alive and may eventually reply to my request. So far, in this debacle I have accomplished nothing, received nothing and I am still out $127.00. My hope is someone will see this and respond. Please feel free to contact me at the above listed email address. Grateful for your site Mr. Ian P. Thank you.

Lyn Pfeiffer

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    Ian October 14, 2015

    Hey, Lyn! I’m sorry you’re having so much trouble getting in touch with Marcus. In my past experiences, he will get back to you sooner or later (I don’t think he’ll just blow you off – he’s not that kind of guy) but it may take some time.

    In the meantime, if you want to request a refund through Clickbank (the marketplace that Blog Profit Network is sold on) you can do so by following these instructions. I hope that helps – please update us if/when Marcus gets in touch!

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      Lyn Pfeiffer October 17, 2015

      Hi,

      I wanted to give you a quick follow up on my journey with Blog Profits Networks. I had mentioned earlier that Norton Internet Security would not permit me to download the product. In the interest of honesty I want to show you all what Norton is telling me.

      Norton has mcf files, which I converted to a text file, hopefully is readable. The recent Norton history follows:

      Category: Resolved Security Risks
      Date & Time,Risk,Activity,Status,Recommended Action,Activity

      10/12/2015 2:04:11 AM,Medium,blogprofitnetwork.exe (WS.Reputation.1) detected by Download Insight,Quarantined,Resolved – No Action Required,Threat Actions performed: 1
      10/12/2015 1:42:20 AM,Medium,blogprofitnetwork.exe (WS.Reputation.1) detected by Download Insight,Quarantined,Resolved – No Action Required,Threat Actions performed:

      1Category: Quarantine
      Date & Time,Risk,Activity,Status,Recommended Action,Activity

      10/12/2015 2:04:11 AM,Medium,blogprofitnetwork.exe (WS.Reputation.1) detected by Download Insight,Quarantined,Resolved – No Action Required,Threat Actions performed: 1
      10/12/2015 1:42:20 AM,Medium,blogprofitnetwork.exe (WS.Reputation.1) detected by Download Insight,Quarantined,Resolved – No Action Required,Threat Actions performed: 1

      As you can see Norton considers this product a “mid-level” risk.
      And they immediately removed it from my pc.

      As mentioned above I made this purchase through Offer Vault. I have twice requested a refund, as of this date no reply.

      I made a final request for a refund to Mr. Campbell on Friday, October 16, 2015.
      On Monday, October 19, 2015 I will be opening a dispute claim with my credit card company.

      I am grateful to stoppingscams.com for providing an outlet where I can express my frustration with these folks. Thank you so much.

      Lyn

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Kareen July 9, 2016

Thank you for your review . I have spent $ 300 twice and not got the help I need from either company. Can you say any of the affiliate marketing coarses are any good

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    Ian July 10, 2016

    There are a handful of good ones out there. I’d recommend starting off with my 100% free training and going from there if you decide affiliate marketing is something you want to pursue.

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Dan March 18, 2017

I caught recent video tutorials by Marcus Campbell on YouTube and decided to use google to find reviews of Marcus Campbell product(s). The reviews I have found here, at this time, leave me to not jump into anything with this enterprise. The jury is still out, but one becomes more skeptical after reading this post and succeeding comments. If I come up with more info positive or negative, I will follow up here. Thank you all.

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Tony June 20, 2017

Hi!

I started out doing internet marketing with marcus Campbell’s seven day blog profit free version. After listening to him explain about affiliate marketing it all seem to make a lot of sense. So I decided to download the software to my computer and when I did I got all kind of malware and bugs all over my computer but thanks to the good security I have in place it got rid of them as soon as they were unleashed onto my computer. I decided to let that go and continued with Marcus’s system which seemed to make a lot of sense.

I decided to purchase the simple sites big profits thinking once I would spend so money on the system I would not have any problems but low and behold I was wrong. I would constantly submit support tickets about plugins not working, about videos not working and waiting for days to get a response from support and when they responded they said they would fix it but never would. Till this day after paying for the system 6 months ago I c cannot login and watch not one video training and if you download a plugin its not gonna work anyway.

I have found a way much better and much cheaper affiliate training in Wealthy Affiliate. I wish I had of found them first, I would have saved time and money.

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Chris June 28, 2017

Thanks for the info. I was about to sign up with this guy via the Work at Home projest in which he has a link. I got curious so I listened to his promo video and download his so call money making toolbar just a few minutes ago. Needless to say I’m going to squash the program and not bother with him. Other review site say the same thing. Thanks a million or at least $300 worth. Thanks

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    Gaucho July 30, 2017

    Just wondering Chris about why you opted not to pursue this program. I too am considering it. Please provide your reason, as Marcus appears to be a very genuine person, who wants to help people, and was working in corporate America prior to becoming an internet marketer.

    Gracias!

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mario September 17, 2017

Hi
MARCUS CAMPBELL IS A HEARTLESS SCAMMER.HE COONED ME OUT OF $1100 . STAY AWAY FROM THIS THIEF.

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Remerson November 6, 2017

I tried the site Marcus has, he got me for around $450 but I was catching on they almost got more, but I got wise I hope this helps others

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