From the people that brought you Traffic Avalanchecomes an exciting new software scam; software so devious that you wouldn’t even try to peddle it off on your worst enemy. I’m speaking of course about ‘tweet-o-matic’ profiteer. The promo video is narrated by a friendly looking chap with a nice authoritative British accent (if you look closely at his eyes you can see them scrolling as he is reading the cue cards). In the video he lays out the problems facing people who want to try to make a living off the internet and asks the question; how is it possible for someone like you to make money from the internet? Well it is possible, but not with the software that they’re offering in the video, that’s for sure. What they’re trying to sell you with the TweetOMatic is the selling strategy and ‘know how’ to effectively sell Items through ClickBank.com combined with their hit generating ‘software’. This phrase from the video could easily describe the creator’s string of ClickBank related selling schemes….. “..Each week seems to herald the arrival of a new guru or product from the same names…….tell me if I’m wrong but most of what we see is the same old stuff, and it’s just being churned out with a new name.” I wonder if they were thinking about their own products when the composed that line. I don’t usually like to spew negativity, I usually consider it to be in bad taste; but with the products they’re offering I don’t see any other choice.
The TweetOMatic “software”
The software in the TweetOMatic they are trying to sell you is supposed to take advantage of twitter’s social networking abilities (or any affiliate marketing program) in order to drive customers to the site(s) of your choice in order to rack up commission fees. This is not a bad idea in and of itself, but they’re not considering a few key details about affiliate marketing:
You have to be selling a product that people actually want
If you are inexperienced in choosing products to sell you will have trouble
People don’t want to be inundated with tweets that are nothing more than glorified advertisements; people come to twitter to escape….
The TweetOMatic software is supposed to do these things for you, but let’s be realistic; there simply aren’t any programs sophisticated enough to select the best selling products and them market them for you…..it’s pure science fiction. They make it out like they’ve discovered some kind of business minded artificial intelligence that will make you rich. Do yourself a favor, and take a pass on this $77 scam….if you still want to visit TweetOMatic go here: TweetOMatic website
Taking Lessons From ‘Bratty Rich Kids’ – The Rich 16 Year Old
If you can get past the insulting, insinuating and altogether hollow advertising ploy from The Rich 16 Year Old, then you might just find some useful strategies to help you in your own business ventures.
Part of Rich 16 Year Old’s success can be attributed directly to their “in your face” marketing strategy. Take this line from their website for example:
“It’s Time To Bite The Heads Off Your Competitions, Chop Away Their Remains, And Spit On Their Dead Corpse.”
Not exactly subtle…. Is it?
Their overall message and advertising strategy seems to be aimed at a younger market; namely, people under the age of 25. And for the most part their strategy seems to be working out quite well. They are producing a lot of sales, generating a significant amount of traffic and getting pretty good customers reviews to boot.
The main selling points of the Rich 16 Year Old system are:
How to write great ‘Adword’ ads consistently
4 great ways to drive traffic to your product, without Pay Per Click
Tested and effective marketing strategies
5 great Twitter tips
9 rules of a successful PPC campaign.
A better system for evaluating digital products on ClickBank
Good advice on how to manage you PPC program, and when to give it the axe
The magic 45 method – a potential product has to get 45 out of 66 points or better in order to have the necessary sales potential
You will learn the exact number of sales needed to turn a profit
When to stop trying to sell a product
Most of the information that The Rich 16 Year Old has to offer is similar to the information that you might possibly find on other ClickBank-based marketing assistance sites. The main difference it seems, (as reported by their customers) is in their super easy-to-follow materials. For people that are new to the affiliate marketing game, this site has a lot of useful tips that will keep you from making too many mistakes.
This product should be appealing and useful for beginners and younger participants in the ClickBank and PPC markets. If you understand the basics that thee types of programs have to offer, rich16yearold.com isn’t going to be able to offer you much more than any other site out there. Their methods ‘are effective’, but the real pull of the site seems to be related to the ease of use of their training materials. There is nothing particularly new about the materials presented, it’s mostly the same proven methods that other competitors are offering to their customers, but with a more ‘in your face’ marketing campaign tacked on. You can find them on the web at: http://www.therich16yearold.com