Mark Barrett and Jenelle Livet are offering you plenty of money through an Internet Marketing system they call Geared for Profits. They claim the system requires you to work for less than one hour per day and gain $100 for every $5 you invest. Furthermore, they claim that the method is newbie friendly and lets you scale your income by repeating the process. They claim that it works in any niche, doesn’t require product creation, doesn’t require a massive budget, and doesn’t require recruiting affiliates. Their most suspicious claim is that you can make money with it today. Let’s see how true these claims are.
I’m not marketing Mark Barrett’s and Jenelle Livet’s Geared for Profits as an affiliate. What you’re about to read is only an objective review of the product, intended to provide useful information for my reading audience.
Here’s a condensed version if you don’t have time to read the whole review: Mark Barrett’s and Jenelle Livet’s Geared for Profits is legitimate training on how to make money online, but there are hitches that might lead to disappointment. If you’re a brand new marketer, you’re going to have a hard time trying to make money with it because you are not effectively shown how to drive free traffic. The training focuses on paid traffic through social media, such as Facebook ads.
The problem is that a Facebook ad can fall flat on its face. It’s entirely possible for you to be in profit if your ads convert to sales, but if they don’t, you lose money. And there’s no way of guaranteeing that your ads will convert. Secondly, if you’re looking to get $100 for every $5 you invest, you’ll be disappointed. The details are in the main body of the review.
Right after I checked out I was asked to check out some more of Mark Barrett’s and Jenelle Livet’s products, which were presented as upsells and down sells. I passed them all up and got to the product I paid for.