Howdy, Ya Internet Marketing Fanatic!
Let’s cut straight into the review – Today, I’ll be going through Autopixar created by Mo Latif. Mo Latif claims that Autopixar “Gets YOU Leads, Sales & Buyers 100% FREE In 0.1 Seconds FAST!” He also claims that this is a free targeted traffic system that will help you instantly capture 2.3 BILLION users at zero cost! Lastly, he claims that it will help you to increase your revenue by drawing in immediate leads and sales without spending a dime on advertising.
Mo Latif has been on Stopping Scams; the last review I did was his and Brett Ingram’s product called Sociboom (which was utterly terrible). In this review, I’m going to show you why this isn’t something worth your time and money.
There’s One More Thing You Should Be Aware Of – These reviews are written with your best intentions in mind. I can fully understand the position that you’re coming from – maybe you’re completely new to this internet marketing jazz, and you’re just looking for a way to break out of the ol’ 9-5 job and create financial freedom through the internet so you can spend more time doing the things you love. I help this dream of yours become a reality by making sure you invest in products that will take you there A.S.A.P whilst steering you away from crappy I.M. products full of overpriced fluff.
Autopixar is definitely a product that you shouldn’t invest your time and money in. The images that it creates isn’t something that will make or break your internet business, the training content is extremely lackluster, and the sales claims are misaligned as hell (you’re not going to “capture 2.3 billion users at zero cost like the sales page says so). Also, the quality of these images is something that can be created for free using tools such as picmonkey.com.
There were 4 upsells on offer after the purchase of Autopixar. Peep at the following screenshots for the upsells options.
After skipping the upsells, I was taken to the Autopixar website which, to be completely honest, looks completely bland with just a few social media buttons and page options.
I jumped into the Auotpixar training and guide and found something in particular that’s worthy of mentioning in this review…
To be fair, it’s only showing you how to use the Autopixar designer, but it’s still quite a short amount of training for a product that claims to help you engage billions of targeted traffic, and increase your leads and sales. There are 7 videos in total in the training guide, two of which are completely unnecessary training videos if you didn’t upgrade to the premium Autopixar package. The other four videos are just general information about saving your password, giving account access to your other peeps, and so on. The core training video only lasted 16 minutes, and just shows you the ins and out of how to use Auotpixar.
Ultimately, the 16-minute-long video just shows you how to slap a fancy template on with some words in the background. Nothing too special – just generic training that you’d expect for a generic image-creator product like Autopixar. After fiddling around with the designer, creating some fancy images, and going through the training video, the next thing I noticed was how manipulative and misleading the sales claims were on the sales page.
It’s common to feature all of the outlandish benefits that a customer will receive if you buy a certain product. That’s why with the majority of internet marketing products, they all push the following benefits:
Because that’s what we all want, right? We all want financial freedom so we can spend our time doing the things we love with the people we care about. However, 90% of products I review aren’t able to deliver a quality product to back up these sales claims. Unfortunately, Autopixar is no different.
It’s just sad to see these benefits being pushed if the quality of the product is crappy. Because when a customer/client buys a product/service, they’re not ACTUALLY buying that particular product or service, they’re instead buying the dream that the product will do for them. For example, when people purchase weight loss programs or diet pills, they’re purchasing the dream that they have about having a body they can be proud of… a body that they can show off at the beach with pride.
In relation to this product, Autopixar’s customers would have bought this product in hopes that they would have more traffic and more leads/sales. Unfortunately, a few fancy images won’t bring about this dream – especially with a tool that’s offering a free service for a price (like I said, check out Picmonkey.com which is a free site I’ve been using for the past year or two for all my images online).
There are multiple core fundamentals in business that the majority of successful businesses run by. A few examples of these fundamentals are the following:
These are principles that aren’t taught in Autopixar, and it’s something that’s crucial for you to know if you want to learn how to start up a successful online business that can eventually replace the income from your 9-5 job. If you’re looking for a solid and sound guide that includes the missing elements, then check out our free Stopping Scams internet marketing training.
For what it offers – which is a free service at a cost, I can safely give Auotpixar a D. It’s not something that’s going to help you blow up your internet business, it won’t allow you to engage with billions of targeted prospects, and it’s not something that will aid you in your dream of ditching the 9-5 and becoming financially free via the ol’ Interwebz. For these reasons and much more…
Your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
If you have any other questions or queries about Autopixar or any of the other products I’ve reviewed, just send a comment my way! I’ll do my best to answer your question and aid you in your journey to becoming a filthy rich, cash-raking, money-making internet marketer.
Danyon Togia from Stopping Scams, over and out.