Google Sniper Review

In this Google Sniper Review, rather than regurgitate all of the claims made by George Brown, I left a link to the sale video. What I want to do is address the claims he makes and show you how realistic they are. Much of the language he uses in this video is textbook salesman manipulation and if you are new to this business, you might be easily convinced that you have found the “Holy Grail” of internet marketing.

 

Name: Google Sniper

Website: gsniper2.com

Price: $1 – $47 – $67

Up-sells: 2

Owner: George Brown

Overall Rank: 2 out of 10

 

George Brown seems like a nice enough guy and he delivers his sales message with the charisma of an aluminum siding salesman. He begins with his story of being thousands of dollars in debt and no idea what he was going to do to get out of his situation. You know, the typical regular guy rags to riches story. You can watch the video below (will open in a new window)

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First Red Flag: Loopholes

 

You should be cautious of anyone who tries to teach you internet marketing by using “loopholes” Loopholes are another way of saying “I’ve figured out how to game the system”. Some savvy internet marketers look for loopholes to exploit, make a lot of money, get out and work on finding the next loophole. If you’re new to to this business, you and a million other people could be all trying to exploit the same loophole and Google catches on pretty quickly. Once Google closes these loopholes, many people helplessly watch their rankings plummet while people who are building websites the right way do better and better with much less effort.

 

Second Red Flag: Clickbank Screenshots

 

In the video you can see a screenshot of $117,179 in Clickbank sales. So, let’s do a little math shall we?…….. Don’t worry, Ill do it for you 🙂
Let’s suppose we are selling Clickbank products with an average price tag of $47. Since profits are often split 50/50 between the product creator and the affiliate, to produce $117,179 in profits you would need to sell about 166 products per day! Selling that many Clickbank products in 1 day would be pretty close to impossible unless you’ve created a product of your own and had an army of affiliates promoting it for you.

And that’s exactly what he did.

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Now, it may be possible (though highly unlikely) that he made these sales before creating Google Sniper, but he makes no effort to point that out. That is a detail that I definitely would not have neglected to mention!

Third Red flag: Set It And Forget It

Google Sniper promises to teach you a hands off approach to website creation. A rinse and repeat process of building 2 – 3 page sites until you have a large portfolio of sites working for you. That’s what you are told until you actually buy Google Sniper. Once you’re in, you are taught a bunch of outdated methods for building backlinks to your sites. Building elaborate backlinking structures take MUCH more time than building the sites themselves. And yup…….. Google has closed that loophole as well.

 

The Google Sniper Call To Action

 

Of all the sales pitches I’ve heard in my life, Google Sniper definitely has the most creative. First off, he talks about the $68,000 he has invested in research to develop his system. He also claims to have 2 full time staff who do nothing but look for more loopholes. Now he doesn’t NEED your money, but he does ask for a donation to keep this research going. Research that will benifit all members of Google Sniper. A DONATION?…..WTF?….. Really?

OK fine, we’ll call it a donation. So if these donations are used to fund research to find new loopholes and techniques, surely the members will benefit from this new knowledge right? That’s what Google Sniper promises. So what was the conclusion to they’re marketing research?

 

Google Sniper 2.0……. The sequel!

 

But the existing members have access to this new information right? Sorry Charlie…… you’ll have to pay up for this one as well.

 

Are There Any Pros To Google Sniper?

 

As you can probably guess, I would not recommend Google Sniper. While the methods taught in this course may have worked well at 1 time, they simply don’t work anymore.

 

For $1 you can try it for 5 days and it’s easy to get a refund.

Of course, for $0 you could try something  that actually does work.

 

 

Name: Google Sniper

Website: gsniper2.com

Price: $1 – $47 – $67

Up-sells: 2

Owner: George Brown

Overall Rank: 2 out of 10

 

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