Posted on 21 August 2010.
Auto Traffic Avalanche - An Avalanche of Bulls*#t
Every so often you are presented with a product (fx. the Auto Traffic Avalanche) that sounds entirely too good to be true, in the world of online money making, these kinds of products are rampant. Well, hold your nose, because I’m about to let you in on a real stinker….When you first enter the Auto Traffic Avalanche site you are presented with a very slick video with a very persuasive message. You must resist the urge to try this product; their claims of high profits with zero experience are completely unfounded. The people responsible for this site are the reason why honest internet entrepreneurs get slapped with the scamster label. To put it bluntly, Auto Traffic Avalance = SCAM.
You will end up losing your money with the Auto Traffic Avalanche product
The actor in the promo video keeps repeating that “you don’t need to do anything, just sit back and watch the checks roll in.” He also openly bashes Google and other proven marketing methods. And he also makes it a point to keep reminding us of the obvious truth, that “more traffic means more money.” Well, duuuh…
So what does this “magical solution” involve anyway?
Pretty much nothing, magic isn’t real. Once you are inside the member’s area of the Auto Traffic Avalanche you are presented with a few paltry videos. Not with the charming and well-spoken guy from the introduction video; but one of the unwashed masses sorely lacking in a primary education. If the message this person was giving me was of any usefulness at all I could forgive the horrible presentation without question. Clearly they spent their budget on ‘advertising’ and didn’t leave enough money or time for the “actual product”.
The biggest claim made is that the “magic way to make money” is to advertise on Facebook. Not only is this far from “hands-off” work, but it’s also very hard to generate an income from this type of thing by itself. Facebook ads have become increasingly expensive to run and personally I’ve lost more than $200 in just testing out Facebook advertising.
Basically, they want you to keep “investing” in advertising tests with them on a continuous basis. You will see no results………….not good results anyway.
Dishonest marketing methods
Not only are they selling an already well known concept (that is becoming harder and harder to achieve success with), Auto Traffic Avalanche are also providing you with so-called “cloaking software” that is supposed to allow you to advertise products in ways that violates the Facebook term of use agreement. They claim to send Facebook administrators “clean” pages and the Facebook users the real/illegal products (that would otherwise have been denies to advertise for). Not only is the concept and technology behind Auto Traffic Avalanche incredibly flawed (in so many ways), but I cannot see any practical application for it in the first place. If a user clicks on “Shampoo for babies” and ends up with a page for “Big penis pills”, how is that supposed to convert traffic and result in a sale? You would be misleading your clients/traffic by doing this, and I highly doubt that they would buy anyway. Also, if/when Facebook finds out that you are trying to cheat; they will delete your account and ban you from Facebook permanently. Their income is most likely generated from scamming people into buy this soul crushing product.
Depraved marketing methods
Not only is their entire system one big fraudulent mess, but they use some of the oldest scams and ethically questionable methods in internet marketing history. For example,
they claim that there’s only 234 copies of the system left, and they don’t want everyone using their “special” system, (which will decrease its effectiveness). The claim is also made that they don’t want “the big boys” catching on to their ingenious methods. Not only are their claims laughably direct LIES, but they also play on the emotions of their customers in disgustingly inventive ways.
Is this something you should try out for yourself?
I want to be as honest as possible in my reviews, so I’ve gotta say; you would be better served by attempting to perform surgery on yourself than by purchasing this stupid product. Even though this product has a 60 day back money back guarantee, it’s not worth it, even if Auto Traffic Avalanche paid you to try it out! In all my days as an internet marketer I’ve never seen a bigger steaming pile than this. Do Not Even Touch this product lest you lose your ability to reason.
PS: If you still dare to check out the site for yourself, it can be found at http://www.autotrafficavalanche.com/
YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED ABOUT THE AUTO TRAFFIC AVALANCHE
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