CPA Smasher is a product by Nick Marks who claims his product can put $125 per day into your pocket, using little-known, newbie friendly CPA marketing approaches that leverage 100% free traffic. Nick claims what he’s packaged in his product, the CPA Smasher is something you’ve never seen before. He says you don’t need any level of previous CPA marketing experience to succeed with it. He claims you don’t have to worry about getting accepted by CPA networks because anyone can get approved following his lead. He says, with his methods, you’re going to have your commissions paid right into your PayPal account. Let’s see what this never-seen-before CPA marketing approach is like.
I’m not in partnership with Nick Marks to promote his product, the CPA Smasher. I’m reviewing it objectively to help my readers determine whether or not they can get value for their money if they buy it.
If you don’t have much time to go through the entire review, please read this brief version: Nick Marks created an impression his CPA Smasher is a brand new method of making money by CPA marketing and you could begin to see results with it starting today. But those claims aren’t exactly true because his system is a combination of methods that have been in use for some time, none of which he invented. Furthermore, there are other pitfalls that his sales page said nothing about, which I threw light on in details in the main body of the review below.
After I checked out. There was a barrage of up and down sells. What got me really pissed was when Nick Marks said, “Ok, I promise this is the last offer.” right after which he sent another offer my way, which was a red flag because that was typical of unethical marketers who made a hobby of making promises they didn’t keep. Please look at the images below to see the various upsells and down sells including the “last offer” that wasn’t really the last offer.
Right after those up and down sells, I was required to provide my contact details in order to access my purchase, the CPA Smasher. The fields required were my full name, my phone number and my email address. I didn’t quite like that. That was like taking advantage of my purchase to force me into Nick Marks’ email list.
After I complied as it was the only way to access my purchase, I had trouble getting my subscription acknowledged. The “Confirm Your Subscription” notice remained even after I had confirmed it and had been redirected to the previous page to continue my attempt at getting to my purchase.
When I hit the refresh button, it returned me to the same page that read, “Confirm Your Subscription.” No matter what I did I was stuck with that error page. I thought the reason was because I gave away my name and email address but didn’t give my phone number. When I typed a random number into the phone number field, I was allowed access to the members’ area immediately, which confirmed my suspicion. That’s a less than ethical way to squeeze people’s contact particulars out of them.
The never-seen-before method that Nick Marks talked about on his sales page turned out to be a collection of commonplace Internet Marketing information. He started by introducing a formula, which he claimed was responsible for millions of dollars in revenue. Then he started to go through the components of the formula. Guess what the first component was – “find a high converting offer.” Can someone please tell me what’s so little known or never-seen-before about finding a high converting offer?
The next item following “find a high converting offer” was “send targeted traffic.” Is that also entirely new in the CPA marketing industry? Then he goes ahead to show his students how to drive free traffic through Instagram. That too isn’t anything new in the CPA marketing world. So where exactly was that never-seen-before CPA marketing strategy that Nick Marks promised to share with his customers?
Nick Marks claimed on his sales page that if you took his CPA Smasher training today, it would put money into your pocket same day. That’s very unlikely because going by what free traffic method he teaches, you’ll be casting your net wildly and hoping for a catch, which might not come so easily because there’s no way of telling freebie seekers on Instagram from ready buyers who are willing to make an investment to improve their finances or other aspects of their lives, depending on the niche you’re working on.
He teaches his students to leverage Instagram as their traffic source. He instructs them to open five Instagram accounts using five new Yahoo mail accounts, which they should open and dedicate to that singular purpose. After which they should follow at least 10 people in the make money niche per day for each of the five Instagram accounts, which sums up to following 50 people per day.
Then he goes right on to say something that flies directly in the face of what he’d said earlier on his sales page. He said, “Do this for 7 days without worrying much about profit….” This means he acknowledges the fact that making money with it right off the bat isn’t very likely. Yet, he claimed it was on his sales page.
At some point, he even advised his students to pick and use images from Google images on their Instagram accounts. That could get them in trouble because those images were put there by people and probably have copyright protection.
This is going to involve some work, which Nick Marks didn’t give a hint of on his sales page. From following 10 Instagram users per day for each of the five accounts, which sums up to 50 users, he moves the task of his students on to following 20 people each day, per account for five accounts, which sums up to 100 people. Apart from following people, he also requires his students to post four photos on Instagram each day for each account. All those together could very easily translate into a boring piece of work.
Nick Marks’ CPA Smasher holds potential for profit, which can’t be tapped into as easily as that sales page tends to make it seem. There’ll be work involved. And even after that is taken care of, you can’t be in profit as soon as today. There wasn’t anything really new about it, like Nick Marks claimed. Also, you might want to double-check his advice before implementation as some of them can potentially get you in trouble.
What do you think of Nick Marks’ CPA Smasher? If you’re still reading this review, it means you really thought much of this product. Having read the review, what’s your take on it now?
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.