Question by : Do “free traffic” software downloads really work? ~affiliate marketing~?
I’m trying to start affiliate marketing. Currently I have an idea of direct offering with click bank e-book products on Microsoft ad-center. (Google banned me, that’s why I switched to Microsoft ad-center) I also tried facebook as well. Anyway I’ve seen possible “instant traffic” kind of websites out there like this: http://www.cbgainer.com/go.php?offer=gwm4al&pid=24 and was wondering if this stuff works? Or if it is just a scam…I’m seen multiple websites out there and most of them look like b.s… Ive also tried to promote my own website..it didn’t work out, it wasn’t for me at all..it takes to long with all the SEO and crap like that..I’m only targeting people who know about direct offering and sites like the link above..thanks!! any answer will help..
Answer by darcyd
No. None of the “secret software that exploits loopholes” stuff is real. Most often these things are sold through “blind offers” that tell you what it is not but don’t tell you what it is. The fastest way to check on these types of things is to do a search for “software name”+review+warrior forum and there will usually be an expose of the sale process, number of upsells, downsells and then an explanation of what the software does.
Using that search members of the warrior forum have collectively contributed the following information:
It’s a scam. It’s a rehash of an earlier product. The software is all about Yahoo Answers spamming. The only people who will make money from it are JV partner promoters and the owner.
Yahoo answers spamming is a serious problem here. There are a number of automated solutions continually hammering away at Yahoo trying to make sales. Promoters and users of this type of software are ruining the internet with their spam and sales junk.
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