What’s Up Ya Aspiring Internet Marketers!
It’s Danyon Togia here from Stopping Scams, and today I’ll be taking you for an entertaining yet educative rollercoaster ride through John Stiles internet marketing product called The Warrior Marketer. John takes a bit of a different approach in this product – he claims that The Warrior Marketer will teach you how “How To Get Lean, Look Great And Build A Successful Online Business Without Losing Your Mind!” He also claims that this product will allow you to spend only a couple of hours a day on the computer and make more money than spending 8 hours wasting time. Lastly, he says that this product contains the real secret you must know for making money online.
A bit of a switch-up with the keeping healthy while making money approach. Let’s see if John Stiles can deliver a promising product to go along with his unusual sales claims.
Before We Get Into The Review, I Want You To Know Something… Every single review that I write is with your best interests in mind. I, Danyon Togia, do solemnly swear to write reviews that will educate you on the sea of internet marketing fluff that exists on the ol’ interwebz. There are a ton of products out there which will rob you of your time and money, and I do my best to steer you away from those products through my extremely honest reviews. Ultimately, what I’m trying to say is that the team here at Stopping Scams is here to help you become a successful, filthy rich internet marketer that’s able to quit your 9-5 and start making a full-time income online.
If you haven’t got time to stick around and read the whole review, here’s a quick snippet so you can be on your way with the gist of what The Warrior Marketer is about:
The Warrior Marketer is just a fluff-filled internet marketing product with overhyped sales claims. Even though there are a few good points on actionable steps to prep for an online business, the information on how to actually make money is extremely lackluster. For these reasons and much more…
Your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
I was extremely surprised to find that there were no upsells being jammed down my throat following the purchase of John Stiles’ internet marketing product. With 99% of the other products I’ve reviewed, there was at least an upsell of an extra training guide or course for a limited time discount. However, after purchasing The Warrior Marketer, I was promptly taken to the download page which looks a little something like this.
Pretty bland and basic – nothing too fancy schmancy. I downloaded the contents, and there was only one good point that I find about this product that was worthy of this review…
The one good point about John Stiles’ product is that he’s included some information on what you should do money-wise as you begin to embark on your journey of becoming a successful internet marketer. He gives a few good tips about how you should be careful of quitting your job straight away as that’s supplying you with immediate income that you’ll need for paying your living expenses and also to jump start your online business. He also gives a few tips about saving up a lump sum of cash juuuuuust in case there’s a rainy day ahead of you on your internet journey.
And trust me, there’ll be many of those.
It’s nothing too special, but it’s fundamental enough and important enough to you for it to be repeated. Obviously, this isn’t anything new to you; you could easily find these tips on a free blog post on “preparing to start an internet business,” but it’s still good information nevertheless.
However, a few good points in relation to prepping an online business isn’t good enough for me to recommend this product to you. Unfortunately, there were way too many negatives to counterbalance the positive from this product, and one of the negatives is in relation to the content of The Warrior Marketer’s training guide.
I’d safely estimate that roughly 70-80% of the “training content” in The Warrior Marketer is just straight up motivational fluff. A bunch of material on keeping promises to yourself, accepting responsibility, and more. Peep the following screenshots for the contents page of the training guide.
Here’s an example of the motivational fluff that I’m talking about – in this screenshot, John Stiles is essentially saying that successful people don’t concern themselves of the opinions of the naysayers.
Now I’m not saying this type of material is completely useless; I actually believe that all of this self-help stuff is great for rewiring your brain to become more successful. However, this isn’t the type of content that you’d expect in an internet marketing product claiming to help you make a living online. Maybe for a motivational/self-help book, but not for an making money online course.
The last point I’d make about The Warrior Marketer is in relation to the real “secret” to making a living online, which actually isn’t as secretive as John makes it out to be…
On the sales page, John claims that this product contains a ton of information that’ll help you make money online. In particular, he claims that The Warrior Marketer contains a particular secret that you need to know if you want to make money online.
Unfortunately, the secret that he’s talking about is actually common sense, as you’ll see in the following screenshots.
“You only make money when you sell.”
What a genius! Thanks, Captain Obvious. It’s just a bunch of clickbait headlines to lure in customers who are unfortunately easily misled by the sales claims of crappy internet marketing products like these. Also, consider the fact that there are only 5 pages of “how to make money online” information out of the 120+ pages in the entire training course.
And that’s all I’ve gotta say about The Warrior Marketer!
Damn, if this product was just a tad more expensive, I’d happily stamp this product with a fat F. Despite the fact that John has included a few good tips on how to prepare to start an online business, the misaligned sales claims and lack of high-quality internet marketing information allows me to advise you internet marketing fanatics to stay away from this product. It’s definitely not something that’s going to help you create a full-time income online and quit the 9-5 rat race like the sales page says so.
If you wanna know more about The Warrior Marketer review that I’ve whipped up for you, or you just wanna start a conversation with ya main man Danyon Togia, just comment below! I’ll do my best to answer any questions that you may have, and I love talking to my loyal readers!
See ya later ya crazy internet marketing fanatics!