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.
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.
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.
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.
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.”
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.
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.
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.
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.”
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
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”.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Have you had an experience with this product already? Tell me about it. A lot of people will benefit from the information you may share, whether negative or positive.
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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.