Rick Pino is the “new kid” on the block and he’s got a program that he thinks just about anybody would be interested in…A program that teaches you how to basically start selling digital products just like he does. Essentially you’ll be learning primarily how to build and sell courses on topics you’re the expert in. But how much does Digital Product Academy cost? Can you trust Rick Pino? Read on for my Digital Product Academy review!
Rick wants you to believe that you can make money while you sleep, workout, vacation and just about any other time you’re not working. He even says that you won’t even really need to be present whatsoever…which I find kinda weird…but he’s the expert right?
He says digital products products are your way to buying your dream car and living your dream life. But why should you listen to him in the first place? Well first things first, he’s been featured in Fox, NBC, ABC, and MarketWatch. And if that wasn’t enough he’s even made 8 figures in this business, so it’s safe to say that he knows a thing or two about what selling digital products. Beyond that, he’s had the pleasure of teaching a little more than a couple hundred people the ins and outs of his specific business model.
He’s confident enough to make the claim that you can actually earn $5-30k per month with his strategies. Although you won’t exactly find him backing up that claim with any kind of a money back guarantee. See I guess that’s kind of the trouble I have with the guru space…a lack of guarantees…Anyways he preaches a really hopeful message and thinks that if you do indeed follow his teachings, the money will follow.
So how does he propose you do all this? Rick says that you need to look within yourself and figure out what you’re good at, what you’re an expert in, and build out a digital product for that. It could be working out, it could be cooking, hell it could be teaching math or science. Whatever it is, you can make it and sell it.
Rick is clear in stating 3 things. No, you don’t need to have an idea yet. No, it won’t take a bunch of money or time. And no, you don’t need to figure it out for yourself. He does have a couple social proof stories as well. One guy named Derek made 36k in his first 3 weeks with the program. Another guy named Adam was able to make $100,000 in just a single day from the launch of his product. So as long as you go through the training, you stand a chance.
But personally, I just don’t know if I’d do it. Not just because pricing isn’t readily available or that the refund policy is basically non-existent, but simply because you can’t just make programs for anything and sell them for $5000 like all the other gurus do. It’s way harder than that and so much more effort goes into it. Unlike the business model I prefer, which you may find intriguing down below.