Tyler Pratt shows up with another CPA marketing training product he calls Passive CPA Profits, which he refers to as “top secret.” He says this system made him $322.58 through a video pumping system in only 20 minutes. As usual, he says you don’t need an email list, a website, special technical skills or any previous Internet Marketing experience. He says this system is capable of making you over $9,000 per month working only 30 minutes per day. We’ve been through these sorts of bogus claims from internet marketers before. Let’s dig in and find out how true they are.
I’m not in cahoots with Tyler Pratt to showcase his Passive CPA Profits for affiliate commissions. I’m only reviewing it objectively to reveal the truth to my reading audience, which will hopefully help them decide whether it’s worth their time and money.
For folks who are short on time, think on this: Tyler Pratt’s Passive CPA Profits is only a set of paid sales videos to pitch his backend upsells. By that, I mean that it’s another set of videos you have to watch to convince you to buy his upsells, which you have to pay to access. As a consequence, those videos don’t have much to offer anyone. The training isn’t elaborate and is mostly theory. The details are found in the main body of the review below.
As most internet marketers typically do, Tyler Pratt sent upsells and down sells my way after I checked out. Please see the images below for an idea.
After I passed them all up, I was given access to the product I bought. The Passive CPA Profits is made of a total of six videos. Each video represents a module of the training. For starters, Tyler didn’t seem to have newbies in mind when he recorded those videos. The videos are nothing hands-on, except for the “bonus” video. The rest of them were just bulleted highlights. So a newbie who hopes to be able to make $300 with this training in the next 20 minutes, based on the promise on the sales page, will be disappointed.
One of the things on that sales page that’s going to get the attention of buyers is the promise of the secret “video pump system” to make more than $300 in 20 minutes. However, Tyler didn’t do anything to practically show his viewers in a step-by-step manner how that should be accomplished. He simply skimmed over the presentation with a lot of blanks, leaving his viewers to figure things out for themselves.
Besides, there was no secret technique. It’s all the same technique of creating a review video on a product and getting traffic to it through some black hat method, which could get the user penalized by search engines.
Then, he also promised to provide a 31-page report on exactly how he applied his formula to earn $322.58 in a remarkably short time. However, the report he provided was only shots of his presentation slides in PDF. There was nothing particularly beneficial in it. In some instances, a few lines of text occupied entire pages like the ones you see below.
In the last video, labeled Module #6, it became clear why Tyler simply presented bullet points and skimmed through the presentation without demonstrating anything. He finally stated that if his viewers wanted to get his over-the-shoulder, hands-on videos in order to see how everything should be done, they should buy his upsells. In order words, the front end product, the Passive CPA Profits, was only a set of sales videos to promote his backend upsells. Since when did internet marketers start selling their sales videos as products? Watch the video below.
Tyler Pratt claimed on his sales page that his Passive CPA Profits will make you over $300 in twenty minutes. But that’s not something you should be looking forward to, because it’s probably not going to happen. You have a bunch of things to do before your sales pitch can be ready for potential buyers to see.
You can’t possibly do every one of those things in 20 minutes. For instance, you have to apply to the CPA networks for acceptance. That takes a while because the account manager will more than likely call you to assess your eligibility before approval. That sometimes takes nearly 24 hours or more, depending on the CPA network.
Then, you have to create the video. That takes a bit of time too, especially if you’re a newbie. Even if you outsource the video creation process, the freelancer will take some time to get it done because you might be in a queue and so on. Even after your product is ready for potential buyers, there’s no guarantee you’ll make a sale within twenty minutes after you launch out. I’m not saying it’s impossible. I’m saying you can’t count on it because no one can guarantee that.
He made his presentation naturally without deliberately slowing down the pace at which he spoke. He didn’t try to make the videos last longer than they should, as some folks do. If he had presented his training with practical examples and not made it a prelude to his upsells, this product would have been a lot better.
Tyler Pratt’s Passive CPA Profits isn’t for newbies who are looking to earn money online through CPA marketing for the first time because Tyler didn’t do any hand holding through the training. It’s basically surface theory that leaves his newbie viewers groping in the dark. The promises on his sales page weren’t kept in the training material.
He simply saw to it that there wasn’t enough detail for his viewers to work with without buying his upsells. It’s getting a D rating because if you’re savvy enough to fill in the blanks, you’ll be able to see some positive results with it. However, most people aren’t that savvy. That means most people can’t make money with this. I recommend you use this detailed, high quality, 100% free training, which leaves no stone unturned in showing you how to make money online.
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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.