Website: CopyCat Millions
What Is CopyCat Millions?
The sales video is supposedly brought to you by a guy named Evan Tate but after doing some digging I was unable to locate this person anywhere. You'd think such a big time millionaire guru would show his face in the video or at least have a social profile somewhere right? Nope.
Evan is almost certainly an alias which is very common among these sales pages and it's not necessarily a bad thing in itself. The reality is, the person you are supposedly going to be 'copying' probably won't be him. Evan (AKA voice over guy) claims you'll be able to sign up for $1 and start making money right away by following a few simple steps. Unfortunately, it's not quite that simple.
The MLM Program This Promotes- Digital Altitude
The underlying program these videos are promoting is something I've already reviewed called Digital Altitude. The idea is to sign up for $1 to check things at which point you'll be assigned a coach, who is probably just a highly trained sales person, is tasked with getting you to buy more products.
Update: I went through the DA training and was surprised to find that the coach was legit and very helpful. I also found the Aspire products to be very worthwhile going through.
Your main job is to send traffic to the DA sales page and when someone joins for $1, the system takes care of the sales process for you. The concept revolves around high ticket sales of online business education products and it can potentially be very lucrative for those willing to put the effort in. I wouldn't sign up expecting to just plug in and make tons of money quickly and easily though. Building any worthwhile business takes time and effort and when sites like this try to convince you it's all too easy, they aren't thinking about helping you as much as they are about their commission check.
There is definitely a fair amount of controversy surrounding a program like this since some of the products do cost in excess of $25k and it's designed for people to promote the same thing. I personally think as long as the products provide good value for money then there is no real issue. The issue comes when the products are merely a front for a recruiting scheme.
Some say that's what this is, but based on what I have seen, the products are good and who is to say they are not worth the money? I will say that you don't need to spend that kind of money to create an income so it's not for everyone. But that doesn't make it a scam.
My Real Beef Is With The Promo Methods
My real issue is with the promotional methods these kinds of websites use. They deliberately give people the wrong impression about how easy it's going to be to make money online. They convince people that by 'clicking a few buttons' they will start making piles of cash which is nothing short of ridiculous.
I'm not a fan of how they target people who are desperate to make money quickly and easily which is not setting people up with the right mindset from the get go. It is unlikely that you make you tons of money overnight unless you are an experienced internet marketer, have a large network and/ or have a good chunk of cash lying around to spend on advertising.
To be fair, this is not the worst example of a sales video I've seen in terms of hype and we all know that the objective of a good marketing campaign is to convince people to buy the product. Fair enough. But I do think people should be aware of what this is really about before signing up.
Should you join Digital Altitude business opportunity? That depends on what your goals are. You can certainly make money this way but you'll need a lot more than $1 behind you for both the products and getting traffic to promote the company. Like any business, this will take time, effort and money to build and is certainly not a case of just 'copying' some anonymous guru. Hope this helps!
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