Tyler Pratt shows up with Daily CPA Cash, which he describes as a niche jacker formula. He claims it makes him over $9,000 in 30 days. According to him, that’s a guaranteed result. He says the Daily CPA Cash is going to change the way you feel about making money online especially if you’ve known little or no success so far because he’s all out to show you how to step-by-step make real cash online. He says he’ll share a secret with you that others would rather jealously keep you in the dark about. He even says if you’re doubting him you should ask his coaches, they’ll tell you.
I’m not promoting Tyler Pratt’s Daily CPA Cash for affiliate commissions. I’m only reviewing it objectively as I’ve done with several other Internet Marketing products in the past. I do this to protect the many, innocent users of the Internet who’re looking for ways to better their finances through Internet Marketing by buying Internet Marketing training products.
The problems such folks have is that the Internet Marketing industry is packed full of crappy products released by unscrupulous Internet Marketing gurus who care about nothing but the amounts of money they could possibly make by selling their useless products to unsuspecting buyers, such as the ones I’m trying to protect.
I protect such folks by revealing the needed insider information to them so as to enable them reach informed conclusions as to whether a particular Internet Marketing product is for them or not.
If you don’t have much time and want to know if this product is for you at a glance, this is the long and short of this review. This product is crappy – period. Tyler Pratt’s Daily CPA Cash isn’t the kind of product you want to waste your time with for all the numerous reasons that I gave within the main body of the review below.
After I made my payment for the Daily CPA Cash, I had an upsell and a down sell thrown my way, both of which I passed up. Please see the images below for an idea of what they were and what their price tags were. After those, I was allowed access to my purchase.
The Daily CPA Cash is an eBook that’s loaded with theory that leaves you to figure things out on your own. Contrary to what Tyler Pratt claims on his sales page. It doesn’t lay out the complete strategy that he claims has been responsible for making him money online by CPA offers in a step-by-step manner. For instance, CPA offers require a website. But Tyler Pratt makes no mention of this all important component of the CPA online business throughout his 34-page, theory-laden eBook.
He also fails to mention that you’ll have to apply to the CPA networks before you can make any headway with CPA offers that is if the CPA networks you apply to deem you qualified for acceptance. Tyler Pratt also fails to mention that CPA networks accept applicants based on certain yardsticks. One of those requirements is experience in CPA advertising in various forms including solo ads, Facebook Twitter etc., and as partially mentioned earlier, the ownership of a website that has been up and running on the Internet for at least one month.
For the record, when an application is sent to a CPA network, the applicant gets called on phone by the network for an interview. Tyler Pratt didn’t mention any of this to his readers to prepare their minds for it and doesn’t give them any clue as what kinds of questions to expect and how best to provide answers as to increase their chances of being accepted by the CPA networks.
There’s just way too many gaps in the Daily CPA Cash for you to fill in on your own. With the requirement of a website alone, you’re expected to do a couple of things such as buy a domain name, get a hosting account and even choose the platform/tool to build your website with. Tyler didn’t concern himself with any of these and didn’t point his students in any direction to get the much-needed information. This means if you’re a newbie who’s looking to make money online through CPA offers for the first time, you’ll be stuck, guaranteed.
The Daily CPA Cash doesn’t hold any secret that other internet marketers are jealously guarding from you as Tyler Pratt stated on his sales page. Tyler Pratt would rather have you buy his upsells if you desire to get the best of his products that are rich with the detailed information he promised to share with you on his sales page before you checked out.
Tyler Pratt’s Daily CPA Cash doesn’t show you how to drive traffic to your CPA offers. He doesn’t show you where to get cheap clicks in order to maximize your profits. He doesn’t show you how to use social media to get your CPA offers in front of the right people. He hopes you’ll figure all that out on your own as I mentioned before.
The Daily CPA Cash has large graphics occupying whole pages, which partly account for the eBook’s fluffy 34-page volume.
Everyone knows the importance of list building in the Internet Marketing industry because it’s the surefire means to send more offers to the same people who’ve made you money in the past and are likely to make you more money in the your chosen niche. But Tyler Pratt doesn’t mention anything about list building throughout his Daily CPA Cash CPA marketing training.
Tyler Pratt’s Daily CPA Cash Internet Marketing training is mostly theory and points you in the direction of buying the upsells he’s pitching if you need anything beyond the fluffy theory that it offers. Furthermore, it isn’t for newbies because it’s not as detailed as necessary to help a newbie make money with it, and will not make you money in the long term even if you’re experienced enough to know how to fill in the many gaps it leaves uncovered.
It doesn’t hold any valuable secret, contrary to what Tyler Pratt tried to make you believe on his sales page. It’s just an eBook hastily put together to make Tyler some money and serve as a subtle advertisement to his many other Internet Marketing products, which he hopes you’ll buy and make him MORE money without trying to ensure you’re getting value for your money.
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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.