Whaddup Ya Internet Marketing Fanatics!
Let’s cut straight to the chase – Today, I’ll be reviewing an internet marketing product called My Laptop Lifestyle created by Brandon Lewis. Brandon has made some huge claims on his sales page – he says that his product is so good, you can even make $150 by tonight with it! He also claims that he’s unlocked a secret that will make you up to $1,000,000 per year. He also says that this is a 100% ethical, legal, and unique way to make truckloads of money online.
Already off the bat, I can tell this is gonna be a crappy internet marketing product. I mean, who the heck has a product so good that you can make up to $1,000,000 per year in the first year? Let’s see what Brandon brings to the plate with his My Laptop Lifestyle product.
FYI – Stopping Scams isn’t affiliated with Brandon Lewis or his My Laptop Lifestyle product. The only products and people that we affiliate ourselves with are the best of the best. That’s why we hardly ever recommend a product – because there are so many crappy internet marketing products on the ol’ interwebz that a great, affordable I.M. product is so hard to come by.
Why do we do this?
Because we’ve been in your position before. Both Ian (the big boss) and I know what it feels like to be a complete newbie to this gig. With so many products out there to choose from, it can be hard to decide which one to invest your hard-earned money and time into. That’s where we come along.
If you haven’t got time to read the whole review, then here’s a summarized version of it:
Yet again, I’ve found another crappy Internet Marketing product that’s a complete waste of your time and money. My Laptop Lifestyle promotes an extremely washed-up way of making money (which they don’t even clarify and go into further detail in the training program), they make false claims through their “free website” which costs over $90, and it is missing so many elements that great internet marketing products have. For these reasons and much more, I highly recommend that you don’t purchase this product.
I mean, two or three would be fine, but six?! Really? It just screams the “gimme your money!” vibes, and it’s not a good way to start off a review. The upsells on offer included a product that submits your site to search engines and multiple web directories, and also a web coaching program – each one of the upsells was quickly followed by a downsell of the same product.
For your convenience, I decided to leave out the screenshots of the downsells. After skipping the upsells and downsells, I was taken to the My Laptop Lifestyle membership site which looks a little something like this.
I chucked on my review glasses and got down to business.
At no point whatsoever in the “training material” (if you could even call it that) does Brandon Lewis specificy exactly how you make money. He doesn’t give any mention of a product or service that you’re selling, he doesn’t talk about any affilate offers to promote or creating your own product, he just gives you three steps to follow on the membership site:
This is literally all of the “training material” that you get access to if you were to purchase My Laptop Lifestyle (which I don’t recommend you do at all). I mean, there are so many stones left unturned – which niche are you in? What product/service are you selling? How are you going to find your customers? What’s your USP? So many elements that Brandon Lewis hasn’t covered which leads me to believe that this product is just another crappy internet marketing product.
After I followed through Step 1 of the process, I was taken to another page where Brandon claims he made $116,872 in the last 9 months from a basic website that he built for free.
Once again, another overhyped sales claim has been made by Brandon Lewis himself. Unfortunately, this sales claim has been dumpstered too, because after I continued down the “Step 1” rabbit hole, I was taken to a web hosting site which would’ve costed me $97 to set up.
Usually, legitimate internet marketers will promote the same products (not always, but generally they do). You’ll hear email marketing services such as Aweber or Mail Chimp, or sites to find freelancers such as Upwork. So when someone goes and promotes a completely different product that I’ve never heard of, it gets a little bit suspicious.
There are so many missing elements of a successful internet-based business that Braandon Lewis hasn’t covered in his My Laptop Lifestyle product. Here are a few that I’ve come up with:
And that’s about it for my My Laptop Lifestyle reivew!
Because My Laptop Lifestyle places no focus whatsoever on these core, fundamental internet business principles, it leads me to believe that this is just another crappy internet marketing product with a bunch of overhyped sales claims to lure in another poor customer. There training provided is extremely lackluster; Brandon Lewis doesn’t even specify how to make money with this strategy, and it’s just an overall terrible internet marketing product.
Your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
As always, if you’d like to know more about any of the reviews I’ve written, or you just wanna say hello, then comment below! We love talking to you guys and gals, and we’ll do our best to help you along your journey of becoming a filthy rich internet marketer making a ton of monty from the comfort of your own home.
Till next time, ya crazy internet marketing fanatics!