Nick Marks says with 90 minutes of simple work, you can drive free traffic to your offers and make $217 per day following the methods in his Project Commissions training. He claims it’s a step-by-step method and doesn’t require stuff like product creation, paid traffic, an email list, or much time. He claims that newbies have tried his system and made $200+ per day consistently. We’ve heard such claims in times past. Is this any different? Let’s find out.
I’m not in joint venture partnership with Nick Marks to promote his Project Commissions for financial rewards. I’m only reviewing it without bias to provide information for my reading audience, most of whom are looking to better their finances through Internet Marketing.
If you don’t have the time to read the whole review, read this summarized version: If you can’t wait to get hold of Nick Marks’ Project Commissions because you think it will show you how to work for only 90 minutes and earn over $200 per day, please slow down before you hurt yourself. Project Commissions doesn’t deliver on that promise. If you have the time, keep reading to see all the details.
After I purchased the Project Commissions Training, I was met with upsells and down sells. Please see the images below.
Right after I passed them all up, I was compelled by Nick Marks to provide my contact details, including my email and phone number. Nick stated that without those, especially the phone number, he wouldn’t let me have access to my purchase –supposedly, it was something he had to do to check fraud. That was unethical. It was clearly Nick’s way of forcing people to give him their contact information, enabling him and his team to spam them with more of his products.
Nick started by telling his audience how fluff-free his presentations were. But that’s not true. Apart from the fact that he deliberately talked very slowly to make his videos longer than they should be, he also took a long time talking about a basic, common Internet Marketing concepts. Nick Marks talked about some formula that he said was the foundation of his Project Commissions training. He said that this formula would make all the difference between successful and unsuccessful internet marketers.
It turned out that this magic formula was one that the whole internet marketing world already knew about: traffic + conversion = cash. Who doesn’t know that an internet marketer needs traffic to convert into sales? Nick talked about this common concept and tooted his horn about not creating unnecessarily long videos throughout the first module of the Project Commissions training. If that in itself isn’t fluff, what is?
The idea behind Nick Marks’ Project Commissions is to “hijack” free traffic by going through product launch calendars on sites like WarriorPlus.com, Muncheye.com, and JVNotifypro.com to collect upcoming products that are awaiting launch dates to create video reviews about.
But he recommends that instead of creating the video reviews about the collected products on their product launch sites, the reviews should be created about products on Clickbank.com, where there might be products in the same niche to review. I don’t see how that makes any sense or drives “laser targeted traffic,” as Nick called it, to consistently make someone the projected $217 per day.
What’s the point of going to all of those product launch calendar sites to pick products you won’t create video reviews about? Why not just go over to Cickbank.com and pick the product you’d be creating a review about directly? Nick didn’t sufficiently explain his concept to his viewers.
The only reason he gave for not choosing products on WarriorPlus or any of the other affiliate marketing sites is that most of your audience might have already seen those products on those other sites, which will result in low conversion rates. But since most people don’t use Clickbank anymore, Clickbank’s products would seem novel to them and result in higher conversions.
That doesn’t say much to me because a good number of the products on Clickbank, especially in the money-making niche, have been there for quite some time now – there hasn’t been much of a change. So, chances are those products are even more overused than the ones on other affiliate marketing platforms. His failure to thoroughly explain how the whole concept works can easily confuse anyone, especially newbies who are following his Project Commissions training.
At some point in the training, Nick advised his trainees to create videos or picture slides to review and promote their chosen offers. He said it would be acceptable to just type the word “money” or “cash” into Google’s search bar and then copy and use any one of those images to create their videos or slides if they wanted to. That isn’t great advice because some of those images are copyright protected. If you followed Nick’s advice, you could get into serious trouble with the law.
Nick Marks deliberately drawls and takes a lot of precious time rambling about basic and commonplace stuff that most internet marketers already know about. And that’s after he brags about not wasting people’s time by creating unnecessarily long videos loaded with fluff.
After that, he goes on to confuse his audience by teaching them an unclear concept without adequate explanations. As if those weren’t bad enough, he advises them to get in trouble with the law by randomly copying images on the Internet for their commercial use.
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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.