What’s Up, Internet Marketers!
It’s Danyon Togia here from Stopping Scams, and today I’ll be reviewing a product for you called Multistore Builder created by Ben Murray. Ben has made some pretty outrageous claims on his sales page – he says that his system is a lazy way for you to quickly create hundreds of passive affiliate income streams with your own push-button e-commerce stores. He also says that it’s an easy way for you to make $500 per week in affiliate commissions. He says that this can happen with little effort from your end, and he even guarantees that it will make you money within 30 days or you get the whole product for free!
Woah – slow down Benny Boy! Let’s see if Multistore Builder can live up to its outrageous sales claims.
Oh, and just so you’re aware – I’m dangerously honest when I’m writing these reviews to the point where it even gets the team here in a lil’ bit of trouble. Why do I risk our brand just for a few reviews, you may ask? It’s because I care about where you invest your time and money. 99% of I.M. products on the internet are full of crap, and I’d hate for my internet marketing family to invest in these products only to have your dreams of becoming a successful internet marketing completely shattered.
With that outta the way, let’s move onto the review.
If you haven’t got time to stick around and read the whole review, then here’s a quick little summary of Ben Murray’s I.M. product:
Multistore Builder is yet another I.M. product that you shouldn’t purchase. The training is extremely short and doesn’t teach you the ins and outs of how to create a proper affiliate marketing business; it’s missing a lot of fundamental information such as how to drive traffic to your website. It includes a few bonuses, but they’re definitely not valuable enough to justify the purchase of this product.
Your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
After purchasing Ben Murray’s I.M. product, I was met with a barrage of upsells. These upsells included a “Multistore Builder 2.0” product, a traffic generation and list building course, a course that shows you why your store isn’t converting, and more.
After reviewing 50+ products, I’ve found that the quality of the product is an indicator of the quality of the upsells they’re offering. Since that’s the case, I can safely say that none of these products are worth your time and money investment.
Upon skipping the upsells, I was taken to the Multistore Builder membership site which looks a lil’ something like this.
Before we get into the good and the bad of the product, I guess I better ask the question that’s most likely going through your mind…
Essentially, Multistore builder is a tool that helps you create a store to promote products on. Specifically, these products come from trusted sources such as Amazon, Aliexpress, Ebay, and more. It’s just a shortcut to import products onto your site and get some quickly spun content on their, along with a display of reviews and related videos.
What happens is hopefully a customer comes to your website, purchases one of the products advertised on your website, and you get a “lazy commission” as Ben Murray would put it. Even though it might sound all fancy (which it really isn’t), there are still a few reasons as to why I wouldn’t recommend this product to you.
One of the main reasons as to why I wouldn’t recommend this product to you is because it’s missing two key elements to create a sturdy, fundamentally sound affiliate business:
Traffic generation, being one of the most important parts of any internet business, is completely skipped out on this course. Ben Murray has included no information or tips on how to attract customers to your website; how are you going to make money from your if you can’t even attract customers who’ve got the mulah?
The training is also extremely lackluster – it’s only 12 minutes long and shows you the bare basics of how to set up and use Multistore Builder. It doesn’t actually teach you how to set up a website – Ben Murray has assumed that you’ve got a website set up in the first place, domain hosting, name, and WordPress installed too.
The funny thing is that Ben also makes a few mistakes in his training video. As he’s explaining some key features of the tool, he says something along the lines of “and then you just input the code “best buy” to bring up a list of products that I’ve pre-created…” only to have the website literally bring up the words “best buy” minus any products that were supposed to appear.
Good work on editing that out of the training, Ben Murray. And also, you really have to ask yourself the question – can you REALLY expect to learn how to make $500 a week online with only a 12-minute training video?
I don’t think so.
Unfortunately, there’s nothing really good about Multistore Builder that I can give props to. There are other tools online that can help you do essentially the same thing that it does; I’m sure there’s free information that you can find with the help of ol’ Youtube and Google. Other than that, it came with some bonus material which is pretty neat.
Unfortunately, I had a quick look through some of the bonuses, and it’s pretty generic information – nothing worth that justifies the purchase of Multistore Builder.
And that’s it for this Multistore Builder review!
It’s not complete crap – however, it’s definitely not something that will help you to make a passive income generating system with little effort like Ben Murray proclaims. The bonuses are low quality, the training/software isn’t something that’s going to make you a lazy $500 a week, and it’s just a product that’s not worth your time and money investment.
If you have any questions about Multistore Builder, chuck me a comment below! We’ll do our best to answer any questions you have to the best of our abilities… *cue cheesy spokesperson voice* “You can count on us!”
Catch ya Later Internet Marketing Fanatics!