Program: Home Jobs Today
Review Summary: A link posting ‘business opportunity’ which in reality means affiliate marketing. You will be paying for ad space to market your affiliate links and make commissions when people buy through your links. This is one of the more legit looking websites these guys are running but make no mistake about it, it’s still the same rubbish program.
What It’s All About
The idea behind this program is that you sign up and get access to links (known as affiliate links) from companies that you will be able to post online. When people click on these links and make a purchase, you get paid a commission. Pretty simple right?
What they are describing is actually a legitimate business model called affiliate marketing, but these people are total scammers and are not teaching people how to properly take advantage of this kind of business. Not even close.
The Issues With This Website/ Program
Issue #1: The first thing I want to point out is that the people behind this website own a collection of other known scam websites that are constantly being shut down by authorities. They are constantly changing the name and web address of these websites and this is just one of a few templates they are using.
As soon as people catch on they just change a few details and keep on running the same crap basically.
Issue #2: Another thing is they make it all sound super easy and simple like as if you’ll just log in, post a few links and start making money. I’m sorry to be the one to tell you this but that is complete BS! Affiliate marketing takes a lot of hard work, time and consistent effort to see the kind of results these people are promising you.
The great thing is that ANYONE can do it if they learn from the right people and don’t get sucked in by the scammers promising easy money.
Issue #3: This website is constantly changing ‘owners’ or should I say fake personas. Not so long ago these websites were supposedly being brought to you by ‘Kelly Scott’ but now it is ‘Kelly Simmons’.
They are both completely fictitious characters and the reason they chose to use these personas is because the whole ‘struggling single mother’ concept works well for them.
Here’s a screenshot I took of their earnings disclaimer:
Most people wouldn’t read this but this is where they attempt to cover themselves legally and it reveals a lot of interesting details they conveniently leave out of their sales page.
Issue #4: Another thing I found is that the website is not even verified as it claims it is on the payment processing page. Most of their other websites don’t even have this so it appears as though they are stepping up this deception to another level. The more legit they can make it appear, the more people will buy.
Throughout my reviews I have heard of a LOT of people being charged when they haven’t agreed to being charged and not being able to contact support for a refund. They also look as if they give people the ability to pay with PayPal when in fact they do not.
Giving these guys your info is super risky in my opinion.
Issue #5: One thing they all have in common is they get your name, email and phone number either before or during payment. They do this because their main game is collecting this initial payment from people and then calling and emailing them to pressure sell them into much higher ticket items.
They also likely sell this information to third parties for a profit so yet more scammers will call you offering you more products and services. This is very common.
Although they have done a better job of this website and the hype factor is somewhat lower, it is still the same old scam program that will not make you any money. If by some miracle you did receive some kind of training you will have to spend a ton of money on ad placements since the only way to make money is to get your affiliate links in front of people.
They certainly aren’t teaching people how to build a website that will get ranked in the search engines, so this means you will have to pay for visitors.
The other alternative would be spamming people in various ways and that just isn’t cool, it’ll also get your email and social accounts shut down. I definitely do NOT recommend this and in my opinion buying into it will only lead to frustration and loss.
You’ll also be very lucky to get a refund out of this if the past is anything to go by.
How To Do Affiliate Marketing The RIGHT Way
Learning how to get paid promoting quality products and services online is not hard, but it does take effort. Here’s a look at the legit way to do affiliate marketing:
- Choose a niche (any niche can make you money so choose something that interests you)
- Build a website (not as hard as you think, in fact this part is easy)
- Get website visitors (you learn how to get ranked in Google, Yahoo and Bing and leverage free targeted website visitors as a result)
- Monetise through affiliate links (learn how to insert your unique affiliate links into your website’s content so you make money when people buy through your links)
That’s it! There is SO much misinformation online about making money it’s insane.
This is the real and genuine process that anyone can do to make money online. You definitely do not need to buy some special ‘secret’ guru system or any other BS program. You just need to learn what works and take action, plain and simple.
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