Some guy named Shim is claiming that he knows a new, secret traffic source, which he’s willing to show his students inTraffic Lockdown 2.0 if they hand him $8.91. He claims the secret traffic source he’s talking about drives over 2,000 visitors to his offers and consistently makes him more than $2,000 per day. He claims that if you can copy and paste, you can begin reaping the benefits of his secret traffic source as soon as today. He says it’s so simple that it takes only four steps to be ready to bring in the traffic and the money. In addition, he claims it’s a set-and-forget system that yields profit repeatedly.
I’m not in partnership with Shim to market his Traffic Lockdown 2.0 as an affiliate for commissions. This is only my objective review to enable my readers to make informed purchase decisions.
If you don’t have time to read the entire review, read this short version: Shim’s Traffic Lockdown 2.0 isn’t what it seems on its sales page. The promises on his sales page weren’t fulfilled in the members’ area. Shim only taught theoretically about some website without significant traffic flow, which won’t help you make the amounts of money he projected on his sales page. The details are in the main body of the review.
After I checked out, there were upsells and down sells, which I passed up before proceeding to my purchase.
On his sales page, Shim claimed that his Traffic Lockdown 2.0 system takes only four steps to implement. But in his members’ area, he changed that and claimed that his system had five steps to implement. Furthermore, the four steps he listed on his sales page were entirely different from the five steps he listed in his members’ area. See the screenshot and watch the video below for clarity. For the record, most of the videos aren’t hands-on.
Shim promised his sales page visitors that he would show them how to access a secret traffic backdoor and give them a line of code to start making them money. I handed him $8.91 and there was no traffic backdoor and no line of code. Instead of what he promised, he started talking about a site known as Empire.Kred, which is a little-known site without a significant number of users that can make a difference in your Internet Marketing endeavors.
He promises on his sales page that he will show his students a secret traffic source that will make them lots of money. But there’s no new or secret traffic source, it’s only Empire.Kred, which doesn’t have what it takes to deliver on his promise.
The Empire.Kred way of driving traffic isn’t anything new or secret because Empire.Kred is just like any other traffic swapping website. A traffic swapping website is one that allows members to share their websites for other site users to view either after they’ve viewed other users’ websites or after they’ve paid an amount of money to advertise their site to other users.
The only difference is that on Empire.Kred, words like “eaves” and “missions” were coined to have meanings that are different from their known meanings. Eaves mean the points that a site user gets when they view other users’ posts or web content, while missions are the web content or posts themselves. Doing a mission means to view the content, while creating a mission means to make your web content available for others to view in order to earn some eaves.
On the Empire.Kred platform, you’re going to figure out how to get targeted traffic on your own because the site is made of different people with different interests. In his videos, Shim didn’t show how to target any particular set of site users in order to drive targeted traffic. He said something about joining a community of people interested in any given subject. But he didn’t show his viewers how that should be done.
Shim himself admits that Empire.Kred isn’t used in some countries and advised his students to target the countries where it’s in use. His acknowledgement is right, because Empire.Kred isn’t even in the first 20,000 websites ranked globally by Alexa.com. But the trouble is that he didn’t show his students how to tell which countries use Empire.Kred and how to target them for Internet Marketing purposes.
Just as it is on other ad swapping sites, Empire.Kred can’t provide you the sort of exposure you’re looking to give your content or offers. The reason is that people on the Empire.Kred platform don’t really care about your content or offers.
They’re only looking to give their own contents or offers some exposure. However, the Empire.Kred platform works by requiring users to do other users’ missions before their own missions can be done by others. In other words, before a user is allowed to post his link for others to see, they must first view others’ links.
For that reason, folks are just going to view your web content for a couple of seconds without taking the time to really see what you’re offering, because they only want to post their own links as quickly as possible, and the Empire.Kred platform doesn’t have a timer to keep them on your content for a specific time. Even if the timer feature is added to the Empire.Kred platform in the future, folks will just let the time run while they sip coffee – without attention to your offers.
Shim promises a secret traffic source on his sales page and instead offers you an obscure traffic source that doesn’t guarantee the exposure you seek for your online presence. He promises a certain traffic-driving code but provides none in his members’ area. Making money with Shim’s Traffic Lockdown 2.0 is a long shot.
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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.