For over a decade now Kate McShea has being helping eager network marketers grow their business. She believes that the MLM industry is finally ready to use social media and the internet to build your downline. Of course her solution for you is to use her Attraction Marketing strategies which isn’t building Facebook posts, marketing funnels, or branding yourself. Instead, it’s a philosophy: value over all. Wanna know how? Scroll down for my Kate McShea review.
You may have seen this Bob Diamond guy around when he’s interrupting your YouTube videos trying to sell his program Overages blueprint. He claims he can teach you how to collect real estate overage funds. He says the business is great because the government is taking away money from the rightful homeowners that underwent foreclosure (I can get behind that). His program is about $1500 or you can pay it in 3 installments of $597. Scroll down for my full Bob Diamond review.
Bob Diamond is self proclaimed America’s Tax Sale attorney. The program he sells is called Overages Blueprint. It’ll set you back $1,497 or 3 payments of $597. After your card clears, you’ll learn about the “huge government scandal” Bob alludes to in his YouTube ad. Is Bob Diamond legit? What is he gonna teach ya’? Are there any downsides? We’ll take a look at all that and more down below. Scroll down for my Overages Blueprint review
Misha Wilson thinks he has a new breakthrough for you to make money online. Funny enough, he calls it “Misha’s Method” (how original). He says it’s done over 15 MILLION in personal sales. And he’s so kind that he’s gonna give to you for free through his book called “The Millionaire Breakthrough”. And yes, there is a catch. When you sign up, he’ll pitch you on his $17 Super Affiliate Commission Blueprint. Is it good? Are there more upsells for his online business? Scroll down for the full review.
Dylan Sigley is wondering what the best business model is this year. Is it Dropshipping, Affiliate Marketing, Consulting, Amazon FBA? Ope, he already has the answer for you (of course he does). To make a buncha money online, working in your underwear, you need something pretty freakin’ cheap to start, not crazy competitive, easy sales, and fast. He thinks Drop Servicing ticks all those boxes. You sell high ticket services to clients, hire a freelancer to do the job for cheaper than you got it for, and pocket the difference. Scroll down for my Dylan Sigley review.
Dylan Sigley has an interesting YouTube ad that’s been makin’ its way around peoples feeds. In the ad he compares drop shipping to a drop servicing business. Drop shipping can make you thousands per month if you sell thousands of products. But drop servicing can make you a few grand with just a few clients. Plus drop shipping is most certainly almost fully saturated. Ad accounts are going down, people copying each other shamelessly, drop shippings future is questionable at best, according to Sigley.
I feel like I see Anthony Morrison promoting some new biz opp every week. This time it’s something he calls “Partner With Anthony” (pwa). I’m writing this after seeing his YouTube ad for it. Pretty genius angle he’s going for: “Selling on Amazon is hard; affiliate marketing, which you’d be doing if you partner with him, is not.” Plus, who wouldn’t wanna partner with someone that dwarfs the mega millions lottery? But not so fast, there’s some key things you’ll wanna know before joining. Scroll down for my Partner With Anthony review.
Rachel Rofe catches your attention by yelling “Stop! Big news” in a new YouTube ad that gives off Jeff Lerner vibes. “What if you could potentially launch up to 21 Amazon products in the next 21 days, without paying for a single product upfront?” Next she starts talking about how she started out at Walmart working as a cashier and is now selling over 17,000 products herself online. That’s why she’s begun calling herself the “Ecommerce Queen”. But what’s the deal with this Low Hanging System? Is it the real deal? What’s the price tag? Scroll down for my full Rachel Rofe review.
Being Legendary Marketer can mean different things to different people according to Dave Sharpe. But here’s what it means for him. By the time he was just 16, he dropped out of high school and was a father. The 10 years after that were spent going back and forth between drug addictions and being homeless. In 2008, he knocked on his dad’s door, who he hadn’t seen in years and said, “Pops, I need ya help to save my life”.
Almost taking on Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker character, David Sharpe talks about how our system is broken. We’ve been lied to, told to be good little boys and girls, go to school, get the grades, go to college, put money into stocks, and that everything will end up just peachy as we fade into the sunset. He calls it the 40-40 plan. 40 hour weeks for 40 years and then happily ever after. But the average person actually only has 7-8k to their name by retirement. How can that be? Scroll down for my full Legendary Marketer review.