Scalable Profits Revolution is Michel Sirois and Zain Waseem’s new Internet Marketing training. They claim that their system makes it possible for you to make instant money online without the help of affiliates. They say it’s the exact system that has been earning them $497.81 per day for the last two years. They promise to let you in on their list building secrets in greater detail than most of the other list building courses out there. They claim their training is suitable for everyone, including total Internet Marketing rookies who are looking to make their first dime online.
I’m not in partnership with Michel Sirois and Zain Waseem to market their Scalable Profits Revolution for commissions. I’m just reviewing it to provide information to help my readers decide if this is worth their money or not.
If you lack the time to go through the entire review, read this short version: Michel Sirois’ Scalable Profits Revolution has a ton of information, but it’s not presented in a way that new marketers would truly benefit from. Some of the promises on the sales page aren’t fulfilled, which will leave Michel’s students groping in the dark. Whether you can make money with it or not depends on how much knowledge you already have. The details are in the main body of the review below.
There were upsells and down sells after I paid for the Scalable Profits Revolution.
One of the first things you’ll notice on the sales page of Michel Sirois’ and Zain Waseen’s Scalable Profits Revolution that they’ll show you how to make instant money without the help of affiliates. They even deliberately and emphatically draw your attention to that claim. Yet after you check out, you’ll find out that their training involves dependence on affiliates to make money online, as the video below proves.
On his sales page, Michel Sirois promised that his training would thoroughly show you all the details. But in his training material, he skipped some of the details and recommended that his students pay one of his personally handpicked freelancers to get things done.
Sadly, the part of the process he suggests that his students should outsource happened to be one of the major parts he promised to teach them – creating and uploading the funnel. For the record, he provided videos on how to create a funnel, but unfortunately, they’re nothing but theory.
In his training material, Michel Sirois made mention of rotators with the assumption that his readers already knew what they were. He outlined the benefits of using rotators, but didn’t define what rotators were. He even mentioned the need to create them but didn’t show his students how.
He also listed the different kinds of rotators and wrote about how he ended up redirecting the “NON-Tier 1 Clicks” that had seen all his offers and how he took advantage of that to make more money through his AdSense blocks. That’s a lot of jargon for any newbie to handle and sort out on their own. Most newbies will be lost from that point forward without further guidance.
He went ahead to write about a redirection script where a chosen rotator link should be added, but didn’t show how. He only provided the script and wrote a bit about what it does, but didn’t throw further light on precisely where it should be inserted to function properly.
Right after that, he went ahead to write about an alternative, which was to avoid the redirection script completely and add three to six bonuses on the thank you page instead. Michel Sirois had good intentions for providing these intricate details, but it’s all done in such a manner that could readily confuse any newbie who’s looking to make headway with list building, which is the essence of this training.
This training would have been a lot more helpful if Michel had taken a more systematic approach without assuming his trainees had some knowledge.
Michel promised on his sale page that he was going to show his students how to go about the various processes involved in order to grow an email list and monetize it in the right sequence. But unfortunately, something wasn’t right about the sequence in his training. He covered how to create and get a funnel live on the Internet before covering how to set up an autoresponder account.
The landing page was supposed to capture the email addresses of leads and send them to the database of an autoresponder to be monetized later. Creating and getting a funnel live on the Internet without a ready autoresponder would result in wasted opportunities, because the contact details of the leads who submit their email addresses will be lost in cyberspace before the autoresponder account is ready.
Though there were confusing gaps in the training resource, Michel Sirois tried to provide as much detail as possible in some parts of the training. For instance, he threw a lot of light on the subject of solo ads. He first defined the term “solo ads,” and then explained how they worked. He did the same for a couple of other subjects within the training.
Michel Sirois’ Scalable Profits Revolution holds a lot of information, but some of it isn’t presented in an organized manner and there are missing pieces of the puzzle, which the trainee has to figure out on his own. Some of the promises on the sales page are broken within the members’ area of the product. If you’re a newbie, the above-stated facts will get in the way of becoming a successful email marketer by taking this training.
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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.