Howdy My Internet Marketing Fanatics!
It’s Danyon Togia here from Stopping Scams, and I’m about to hit you with another fat dose of reality as I completely decimate some completely crappy internet marketing products.
Today, I’ll be reviewing Viral Loop created by Cindy Donovan and Keith Gosnell. They’ve made a bunch of generic internet marketing claims on their sales page; the first thing you’ll read in big bold letters is “Complete Stranger Off The Street Creates A Profitable Viral WP Site In Under 30 Minutes.” Wowzers! Talk about efficiency – that’s like every single internet marketing claim in one single sentence… something in relation to making money in a fast manner and with little to no experience required.
They say that Viral Loop comes with an easy to use website that’s prepackaged with instantly live income streams and 100% free targeted traffic too! They say it’s newbie friendly and profit ready fast, and it doesn’t require you to be a tech wiz.
Nothing we haven’t heard before – Stopping Scams have come across these claims hundreds of times. Let’s see if Cindy Donovan and Keith Gosnell can deliver a high-quality product to go along with those generic sales claims.
Oh – And One More Thing…
I want you to know that every single review that I write is done with the most authentic, honest viewpoint that I can deliver. The big ol’ boss Ian has specifically told me to write every single review as honest as possible; even if that means we might miss out on a potential affiliate check. Honestly, 90% of the products reviewed are complete garbage, and it’s crazy to see how many aspiring internet marketers get sucked into buying these crap-filled, overhyped products. My job is to keep you away from these terrible products, and steer you towards the ones (as few as there are) so that you can fulfill your dream of making stacks of cash in the comfort of your own home.
With that being said, let’s move onto the review.
If you can’t be bothered sticking around and reading the whole review, here’s a quick review summary so you can b e on your way:
Viral Loop is just another internet marketing product that doesn’t deliver on its sales claims. Whilst it does help you create a website in a timely fashion, it misses out the part of getting “targeted 100% free viral traffic” to your website. There are so many missing elements in this product that make up a successful internet business, and it’s not something that a random bloke or gal off the street can pick up and become an internet marketing success in under 24 hours. For this reason…
Your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
There was a total of three upsells following the purchase of Viral Loop 2.0 which included a monthly membership access group, a product which provides you ten already-done-for-you niche sites, and an email marketing sequence for you to use in your email sales funnel.
After skipping the upsells, I was taken to a page that allowed me to download the WP theme along with a short little guide they put together. I dug into the training and found a couple of noteworthy reasons as to why I wouldn’t recommend this product to you Internet Marketing Fanatics.
Seriously, can I just make one thing extremely clear? I’m not a life guru. Heck, I’m only a 21-year-old geezer who loves to do all the normal stuff that 21-year-old boys do (hang out with mates, go to parties, flirt with girls, get rejected, cry, suck it up, rinse and repeat). However, there’s one thing that I know almost for a guaranteed fact…
If there’s anything that you want that sounds grand, magnificent, or just something that makes you flat out envious (it gives you those “I want that!” feels)… it probably requires a lot of effort to get it.
Do you REALLY think it takes just a little bit of effort to be able to make a sustainable and thriving income from the internet? Do you REALLY think it’s something that you can just whip up in an afternoon where you’ve got a couple of hours to spare? Do you REALLY think it’s something that will be easy to pick up… that there’ll be no trials and no learning process whatsoever?
That’s how these stupid internet marketing products get their customers; they promise extremely grand results in a fast fashion with little to no effort required, and the customer always falls for it. This is just another one of those products.
Essentially, what Viral Loop does is help you create a site that looks a little fancy schmancy. Here’s a screenshot of one of Cindy Donovan’s websites that she created with her own product.
Looks pretty neat, right? But you can’t just have a site on the ol’ Interwebz and expect to make bank. You’ve gotta have a profitable sales funnel, a starving market that you’ve developed a ton of rapport with, and another key ingredient that Cindy and Keith have advertised but are unfortunately missing…
The way that they expect you to get traffic is through viral shares off of content that you post on the site. For example, let’s say you create a Men’s Fitness website using Viral Loop. You post a ton of content such as “5 Fast Ways To Get Ripped For This Summer”, or something like “3 Easy Tips To Noticeably Bigger Biceps!” Then, you link a bunch of those “Share” buttons that allow the viewer to share it to their social media platform.
Whilst this MAY work, it’s not a reliable method of driving traffic to your website. I mean, think about it, how many times do you actually click the “Share” button on content from a website? And if you say something along the lines of “All the friggin time,” people tend to share content from websites with already established platforms.
Also, how are you going to get your first few visitors to your website? Are you gonna just spam your Facebook profile with a post saying “Hey guys, check out this website. If you buy something from here, I’ll get an affiliate commission, and my hopes of being a successful internet marketer will be fulfilled!” Then you’re just gonna be another spammer that your facebook friends are going to have the vibes of “Oh, it’s just this guy… He keeps spamming my Facebook News Feed with his stupid website… *Blocked*.”
There’s so much more that needs to be taken into account. So many more business elements that aren’t taught in this product that’s promising something that it doesn’t offer. These are the two main reasons why I wouldn’t recommend this product to you. It’s not teaching you much, and it’s just giving you a flawed tactic which won’t make you rich in a fast manner like the sales page says so.
If they advertised it as something that just helps you set up websites in an easy fashion, take away the “100% free traffic” and easy affiliate commissions part, and I would give this product a solid B. But it’s not – Cindy Donovan (even though she seems like a cool chick; I checked out her Youtube Page and she seems really genuine) and Keith Gosnell have advertised this product as something that it’s not. For this reason…
Your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
As always, if you ever have any questions, comments, queries, or any other word that starts with the sound “cuh”, then just let me know in the section below! The team here at Stopping Scams will do our best to guide you on your journey to becoming an internet marketing success. That way, every single one of us can be sippin’ black coffee in our PJs whilst making stacks of bank from the comfort of our own home.
Catch ya later ya internet marketing wizards!