When I saw the profile name for this ad, I legitimately thought that this was some marketing company that was accidentally advertising their services on the wrong side of Facebook. But I was wrong, what this guy is really doing is promoting Keala Kanae’s affiliate marketing program in the form of a free PDF. Is this all worth it? Scroll down for my full Snyder Marketing Group review.
“If I can, you can too! It wasn’t too long ago I would not have believed I would be standing here with the car of my dreams.” The ad starts out, following the script of just about every affiliate marketing ad out there…ya know standing right by the flashy car that makes people think that they too will be able to achieve that lifestyle. When in reality it’s most likely rented…
“I was working a typical job that I had been working at for years. Don’t get me wrong, I was doing ok, but I wanted more. I wanted to live a lifestyle that allowed me to choose how I spent my day and money.” Sheesh, can you sound anymore scripted? This is literally just about how every middle aged man feels at this point in their life. At some point these generic, all inclusive, ads just start to piss me off because they’re not even trying to be unique and attract a unique audience.
“I was checking out my feed on Facebook and saw an ad about becoming a freelance marketer. The ad seemed to offer what I was looking for. I clicked on the link and downloaded a pdf.” And then lemme guess, all of a sudden you’re driving the car of your dreams? “I am now driving the car of my dreams!” GEE WHO WOULDA THUNK IT?
“What do you dream about? Have you thought about making a change, learning something new! I wish I had started years ago. But it wasn’t too late and I was willing to do what it takes. I didn’t quit my 9 to 5, but now I can. So if you have been interested in working from home, earning an income you can be proud of and living the lifestyle of your dreams, download the .pdf!”
And with that he pushes you to landing page that reveals…drumroll please…that he’s an affiliate for Keala Kanae as a Fullstaq marketer. Look overall, the ad is pretty disappointing. It seems as if he’s reading off scripted cards in the background like some budget 70s cereal commercial and having a hard time at that. Usually with ads they’re supposed to pump you up and build a legit belief that what they’re saying is legit. Ya know…kinda like how Keala Kanae presents everything.
This issue with Chris is that it just doesn’t seem like he believes what he’s saying and because of that, the energy isn’t there and fails to build that belief into people like me. As a result that even starts to make me doubt what Keala Kanae teaches. It’s one thing if the guru is super positive, but there’s a totally different energy when one of your own (supposedly successful) affiliates acts as if the product really isn’t “all that”. I think I’ll pass on this one for now. Chris if you’re reading this, try to up the energy a tad…really sell me on it! 😉