You may already be familiar with Mike Schmidt since he offers something called Agency Coach as well.
Essentially Mike is a digital marketing guru that primarily leans on the reputation management side of the business model.
And I can see why. Reputation management is a pretty passive sub-niche of digital marketing.
But is he legit? What’s inside ReviewPro Launchpad? And how much does it cost?
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Alrighty so let’s dive in!
Mike wants to help you earn some passive income by setting up reputation management for small businesses.
This is a very desired service as people want to have good reputations so they can continue to grow their business over time.
More positive reviews never hurt anybody right?
So who is ReviewPro Launchpad for?
Reputation management the way Mike teaches it is for beginners in the digital marketing space. It’s a really hard business model to screw up to be honest.
You just keep track of the online reviews of a local business and make sure nothing gets out of hand.
The responsibility is pretty light.
That said, if you’re looking for something long term and sustainable…reputation management probably isn’t going to be for you.
And we’ll talk more about why later on, but if you wanna skip the rest of this article and just check it out…click the link below.
Alright, so what do you get inside ReviewPro Launchpad?
- Section 1 – Getting Setup for Success.
- Section 2 – Attracting Review & Reputation Clients.
- Section 3 – Selling the Service.
- Section 4 – Case Studies.
- Section 5 – Setting Up the Software.
- Section 6 – Maintaining Clients.
To be honest, the video content is NOT TERRIBLE.
But there definitely seems like some things are left out that could be beneficial to the average beginner.
However, you can’t exactly expect the world for this price point right?
ReviewPro Launchpad costs a one time $2,000.
Along with that price and the video training, you’ll get access to their private community on Facebook and 24/7 support.
You’ll also be given a license to resell their software to your new or existing clients.
Sounds great right?
Everything here is a bit oversimplified if I’m being honest.
And there’s definitely a push by Mike to get you to buy his Agency Coach program…
I might be a little put off just because I hate upsells, but still.
So getting back to the business model…
It’s just not THAT easy.
Most businesses know that having more reviews is important to their business.
BUT they don’t really see the need to pay anyone for an expensive software to do it for them.
They’d rather pay the high schooler $15 an hour to occasionally check reviews…and that’ll be far cheaper than hiring you.
After all…they also know it’s a pretty passive responsibility…
So then the issue becomes not the value of the service, but the value of YOU!
And to build that up, you’re going to need to become an absolute sales genius and if you’re fairly introverted and looking for passive income…this is probably not for you.
To sell this service, you’re going to have to hit the phones hard.
Not all hope is lost though. There is a business model that allows you to have the mostly passive lifestyle you want, without having to constantly prove your value over and over to random strangers.
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