What’s Up Internet Marketers!
It’s ya boy Danyon back in the Stopping Scams hiz-house, and I’m all prepped to write some reviews with my cuppa coffee, a 3-liter bottle of water, and my review cap on.
Today, I’ll be going through a product called Sociboom created by Brett Ingram and Mo Latif. They’ve made some pretty huge, outrageous, yet typical claims on their sales page – they say that Sociboom is a 1 click software that lures in buyers from 100% free traffic on autopilot. They say that Sociboom requires no prior knowledge or technical skills so you can start making money today in a “hands-free” fashion. They also say that you’ll be able to attract, engage, and convert traffic from visitors into paying customers. They also claim that there are zero advertising costs, the traffic you get is viral and organic, and that Sociboom is an automated “newbie-friendly” passive income system.
All of the typical internet marketing claims that you’ve probably already heard a billion times. Let’s see if Brett Ingram’s and Mo Latif’s product can live up to their outrageous sales claims.
For the third billion time (actually, it’s more like the 7th time), I want you to know that these reviews that write from my pudgy, calluses-covered, iron-lifting, Samoan hands are written with your best interest in mind. My job is to write real, honest, authentic reviews that educate you on the sea of crappy, fluff-filled, overpriced internet marketing products that exist on the ol’ Interwebz. I completely decimate every product that’s crappy and not worth your time and do my best to make sure that you avoid that particular product. However, whenever I come across an absolute gem, I’ll write a neat little review about it explaining the reason why it’s so “gangsta” (a word that I use instead of awesome/fantastic/amazing), and you can make the decision on whether you want to purchase it or not.
With that being said – let’s move onto the review.
If you haven’t got time to stick around and read the review, and you just want the yes-or-no verdict, I’ve got you covered fam:
Sociboom is just another internet marketing product with over realistic projections and false promises. The strategy that Brett Ingram and Mo Latif uses is quite unethical and definitely isn’t a long-term approach to making money online. On top of that, I’m 99% sure that the strategy wouldn’t work in the first place, and I’ve also got proof as to why it’s not working out for these two fellas as well (read the full review to find out why).
After purchasing Sociboom, I was met with a total of 4 upsells. They looked like generic training on other topics such as a video-creation product, and something else in relation to Amazon and Ebay.
I’ll give them props for the layout of the offer, though – beautiful colors, slick images, and a bunch of result-based promises. Unfortunately, I’m assuming that these upsells are crappy too because if it’s anything like the original Sociboom product, then it’s definitely not worth the money or time investment.
One thing I always find funny is the “decline” option for these upsells. Check out the decline text for the first upsell that I curved.
I dunno, maybe I just have a weird sense of humor, cause I always find these pieces of text hilarious. After skipping the upsells, I logged onto the membership site that looks a little something like this.
I jumped into the training, and my prior expectations of this product being “just another crappy internet marketing product” were confirmed.
I’m saying probably because I haven’t tried it before, but I’m 99% confident that this way of making money won’t work. Essentially, their whole strategy for making money is to build a Twitter following with the help of their software, then tweet a product with your affiliate link and hope that some of your followers purchase it so you can make some mula. For example, here’s a screenshot of him explaining the process behind finding some products to promote (in this case he’s using a product from Amazon), and tweeting it to your followers.
FYI – this monetized tweet section isn’t available to people who purchase the Sociboom Lite License; you have to upgrade if you want to get access to this section. Then you tweet a product that’s relevant to your niche (in this example he’s tweeting a weight loss product for a weight loss Twitter account that he runs), and wah-lah! You’ve got your “fully-automated passive income system” that he was talking about on his sales page.
Unfortunately, there are a couple of reasons as to why I’m 99% sure this method won’t work.
Once again, I have no experience with this method, so I don’t want to say that I know for a fact this method won’t work. But you know who SHOULD be experiencing some success with this approach is the creators, Brett Ingram and Mo Latif.
In his video training, Brett says he runs two twitter accounts with this method. However, the stats on his weight loss twitter account don’t look too fancy/nothing to drool over.
His “100% automatic, hands-free software” has also tweeted a bunch of content that isn’t even relevant to his niche. Check out this retweet that his software decided to chuck on his weight loss Twitter profile.
Even in his training, he mentions how you should only post content that’s relevant to your niche. I’m sure that cats have nothing to do with weight loss unless your cat is Garfield and you’re trying to put him on a weight loss plan.
The other point that’s probably the most important point of this whole review is that his other twitter account which is called @ has tweeted a bunch of NSFW content. Obviously, I’m not going to screenshot it and show you what it is, but you can take a look yourself if you’d like, just be prepared to see some naked women.
Considering the overhyped sales claims, the unethical/spammy monetization method that they advocate, and the fact that the creators of this product aren’t even experiencing success with the twitter accounts that they’re using as examples, leads me to say that you should probably stay away from this product.
Your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
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As Always, Have a Good Day You Beautiful People x