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Unread 23rd May 2010, 08:48 PM   #1
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Default Web Copy Cat?

Since my last goof, I'm going to check here before buying any new programs.

Devon Brown's Web Copy Cat. Anyone know of how it is working? Or IF it's working? It was launched a couple of months ago and seemed like it has the right components to work at being profitable.

I'm interested but only if it's going to pay for the monthly subscription cost of $67 on it's own. I've been down that road before of paying monthly and waiting for the sales to come in. Never again!

Any word on the product will be greatly appreciated.
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Unread 13th January 2011, 03:43 AM   #2
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Just got a notice of a webinar for this product. Any reviews before I waste my time
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Web Copy Cat is a system that, once you join.The websites and graphics are top notch and the seo is already done and optimized for free search engine traffic, All you have to do is GET the Web Copy Cat program and that is it.You don’t need to know any techie stuff, geek speak, incorporating the latest and greatest software or anything. Web Copy Cat is a true “get it and forget it” system. they are top notch. Once the websites are up, it is only a matter of time until they are ranked high in the search engines.
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Unread 20th January 2011, 03:00 AM   #4
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I have just been offered a 10 day trial for $5.

None of the testimonials on the sales page say they are actually making any money.

Is anyone making money with the sites they supply?

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Unread 20th January 2011, 06:19 AM   #5
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I have just been offered a 10 day trial for $5.

None of the testimonials on the sales page say they are actually making any money.

Is anyone making money with the sites they supply?

Sandy

the sites they make for you are already optimized for or to make money

it's up to YOU to go ahead and market/advertise/let them get recognized

the sites are filled with keywords and such

you dont have to think of hosting or having to get any website building lessons or OPT-IN pages..those r already built in. You will need AWEBER (which he recommends), and the way the websites are integrated into AWEBER via a "code" , I was shocked to see how easy it was . This makes MASS MONEY MAKERS programme look like a bomb building programme, and WCCat is a simple open your car door programme

it is all supplied. U get a 10 day trial for $5, then you pay a monthly subscrition of US$67

what I am really impressed with is that he actually has made 9 sites / 9 niche website for you already . He has made money with them, BUT .... he can't make the money for you IF u don't try it for urself


you can have a pretty cute and informative website, but if you don't try anything with it, it's just a pretty screensaver everytime you go on it

I bought the programme couple days ago, I'm very impressed

I'm about to start advertising them now so to speak

I'll let y'all know results

Giving it a 3 month trial
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Unread 20th January 2011, 07:54 AM   #6
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Devon puts out some knockout stuff. I'm just digging into the material on this but knowing Devon, he will overdeliver, provide excellent support and solid value. I will post a review once it's released.
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Unread 20th January 2011, 08:25 AM   #7
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Devon puts out some knockout stuff. I'm just digging into the material on this but knowing Devon, he will overdeliver, provide excellent support and solid value. I will post a review once it's released.
once it's released?

it has been released

I got it


hold on, r u referring to WCC?
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oo I didn't know it had been released. Will have to pick it up this evening.
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I want to give a big thumbs up to Devon as well.

After laughing like crazy at his sales page, I bought Devon's WPLapDance for $7.

[+] I installed it on a little autoblog that gets 800-1,000 visitors per day in the fitness niche.
[+] Redirected the visitor to my men's fitness Clickbank product on exit.
[+] At least quadrupled the amount of sales.

...so a little autoblog that was making $200 per month is now making $800+ per month.

(nothing huge...but the best ROI I've ever spent in IM)

Anyway. I know this isn't about "Web Copy Cat".

I just wanted to let you know that Devon is a guy who puts out great stuff.

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Unread 23rd January 2011, 10:57 PM   #10
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You can set it up to where when someone is about to move the mouse to exit, a popup will appear.

1) You can have just the popup.
2) You can have the popup with a new website opened under it.

PM me...and I'll give you a slick strategy how to use it.

Note: You can also find out about it on my Fitness Training site (its free).

...just trying to help people who are in the fitness niche.

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Unread 25th January 2011, 04:59 AM   #11
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PM me...and I'll give you a slick strategy how to use it.

-Rusty

Hi Rusty, could you PM me, I just attempted to do so, but need a post count of 50, so some way to go, unless I quickly throw up a load of one line replies!

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Unread 30th January 2011, 11:46 PM   #12
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WP Lap Dance looks SICK...

The problem with WebCopyCat is that it looks too much like the old Jeff Paul's Internet Millions course. If too many people copy the same exact system, then the program will saturate very quickly. I fear that this may be good for a while, but will most likely soon die out, just like the majority of most IM products.
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Unread 31st January 2011, 01:01 AM   #13
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WP Lap Dance looks SICK...

The problem with WebCopyCat is that it looks too much like the old Jeff Paul's Internet Millions course. If too many people copy the same exact system, then the program will saturate very quickly. I fear that this may be good for a while, but will most likely soon die out, just like the majority of most IM products.
There are a few affiliates I'm training that are doubling and tripling their affiliate sales using WP Lap Dance.

Get it...especially if you do Google Sniper type of sites.

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Unread 31st January 2011, 12:12 PM   #14
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Well, I signed up for a $5 trial of Web Copy Cat a few days ago and won't be continuing with it.

It has a lot of virtues, everything is set up for you and it is fairly well explained.

However, it hasn't inspired me with confidence, because there are endless grammatical mistakes in the emails that supposedly you just load (insert your affiliate IDs) and send out from AWeber. Having corrected all of these, so that they didn't look as if they'd been written by software or by someone for whom English wasn't their first language, I went to see how the website looked.

Unbelievable, there are glaringly obvious typos built into your website page and even in the video sales presentation.

I'd be embarrassed to tell anyone that this was my site, even if it was bringing in the dollars. I certainly wouldn't want to put any effort into promoting it, which of course is the next step to actually get traffic and sales.

If you don't really care about this kind of thing, then I guess you could make a go of it, but just another generic rubbish site on the internet doesn't seem like a good thing to me.

Am I being too harsh? Possibly, but if you're hoping to get recurring monthly $67 payments from people, I would think that it was worth getting everything checked by someone who speaks English first.
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Unread 17th August 2011, 08:18 AM   #15
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Ok, it's gone over 6 months now, anyone making real money using Webcopycat?
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Unread 10th January 2012, 12:05 PM   #16
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Still Waiting Myself, Thank God for the WF, Its Paid for Itself ,I dont know HOW many times Over,but I havent seen 1 yet???????? And Its Been a While,,wonder why Devon,Hasnt Jumpen on to his defence??????? Thanks AGAIN,Jack!!
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Unread 4th March 2012, 08:58 PM   #17
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Well, I just bought WP LapDance and can't wait to deploy it on my assorted websites ;-)

Web Copycat was the OTO. For 5 bucks, it's tempting to give it a shot, but the $67
monthly charge is pretty steep... and I'm afraid that the sites I set up won't be working
if/when I cancel, so I'd rather build my own (which, fortunately, I know how to do).

It sounds like Copycat is very similar to CB Pirate, which cost a whole lot less when I
bought into it back when, by the way, (and which never really did make me any money,
alas, though maybe it might have if I had only promoted it more).

Since I'm a stickler for grammar too, though, I'm going to hold off on CopyCat for now.

Hopefully, I'll make all the moolah I could want from LapDance, which clearly rocks!
So if you're considering getting LapDance, I recommend it.

And their customer service is both friendly and very helpful, and even works on
weekends (I had some issues with logging in, which were my fault, as it turns out - I forgot to write down my password)! So that's a big plus right there.
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Seems like an OK thing, but it's essentially made for you software. That said, all the sites will look alike and once there's a flood of sites that all look and feel (and are) alike, they don't convert well even if they do get ranked... which they won't... especially now with the new Google metrics that TRULY favor social interaction over site duplication.
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Actually they can rank and do sale! there are many options on how to promote these products, i found ways that work for me, stayed consistant! and am seeing success with it. Its newbiee freindly and you can learn alot. i promote these websites still and am doing other ventures as well. Dont knock it till you try it! mcuh respect 2 you!
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Seems like you are being charged $67 a month for what is a less than satisfactory website. Still no one coming forward to show proof of earnings from the system.
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i have it on all my sites and my sales are up
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Unread 11th November 2012, 08:52 PM   #22
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Thank you all.
I thought I would see what the Warriors had to say and for $67 a month with no one here saying they made any money helps me decide to work on the things I already have "pay in full" on my hard drive.

PS
As for those talking about Devon's other product (glad it works for you), but that was not the orignal topic or question asked.

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Unread 14th November 2012, 11:52 PM   #23
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I saw Devon's Web Copy Cat presentation and it looked really tempting. Almost bought it; glad came here to check first.
Thank you guys.
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I just saw the Web Copy Cat sales page - sounds tempting but I am always suspicious when they say there is nothing to do ....
Do they really do all the seo? Is it well done? You say you have to promote it- do they show you HOW to promote it or do they leave you out there to figure it out for yourself. This point is important because this is obviously directed towards beginners, an advanced marketer would not need the (low-quality) done for you program, right?
Reading here about the quality of the sites and emails (basic grammar mistakes!!) has turned me off from even trying.
Also, too bad that NO ONE has mentioned making any money with it.

As for lapdance: that is more of a marketing strategy (if I understood correctly), that adds a tool to your arsenal. So if you already have visitors it sounds like it could increase your sales. I'll go take a look.

Thanks for your comments,

Have a great day,

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I was (almost) taken in by the sales pitch for Webcopycat.

However, before spending a penny on ANY IM product, I always check it out on Warrior Forum first - and I am sure glad I did with Webcopycat.

I notice that nobody on this thread seems to have made any money with Webcopycat. And in any case, setting up the website is the easy part (for me at any rate).

The hard part is getting paying visitors to your site.

My thanks to all of you on this thread, for saving me both time and money.
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ive been doing web copy cat have some subscribers from it but has not converted for me
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You will need AWEBER (which he recommends), and the way the websites are integrated into AWEBER via a "code" , Could you let me know what the code is and how to use it. I hate using autoresponders because I have trouble with them. Thanks!!
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I saw the video about the product and the you're basically using templates of squeeze pages that are used to collect email addresses to promote different products in the MMO niche. The squeeze pages are setup as a sub directory of his site.

I'm blown away people are claiming that you could get SEO traffic with this. There's no way, especially at this date and time. I wanted to chime in so people don't assume they could.

I could see the system being used for people that are lazy and want to throw other traffic at the ready made squeeze page and funnels, but simple squeeze pages in themselves do not rank well in search engines, let alone duplicate pages from the same main domain. That is complete bull!

Do yourselves a favor and be willing to learn some internet marketing related skills and there are tools and templates you can use to modfiy and establish sites on your own domain.

Editing content in WYSIWYG editor, or using WordPress, and Aweber, is pretty user friendly. The only limitations you have are the ones you put on yourself! This stuff is the easy part believe it or not. You WILL have challenges and get stuck here and there but that's a part of the process. Just be resourceful and keep plugging away.

Now adays many of the web based tools and services very user friendly, and if people would put aside the fear of making mistakes and giving up if they run into a snag, they've hindered their success before they've begun.

Be positive, and just realize you are learning, and just like anything else in life, you run into challenges but with a little resourcefulness and experience, you'll be able to overcome and move forward.
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Hi guys !
I'm a newbie. I really appreciate everyone's feedback in the forum about the WebCopyCat system. It has provided me with the information I require. So, I have decided to hold off from pursuing any further with the offer.

Many thanks again.
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I really appreciate reading the comments on this program, especially as it has progressed over 2-3 years. Today I received an email pushing this great system (along with about 100 other emails soliciting other new and wonderful IM products.) I love visiting the WF and learning how other forum members have fared with such systems. I am amazed that not one person, over 3 years, has stated that this system really works and for $67 a month they are now making a profit (or even breaking even).

When any program makes users money, users are quick to respond 'this works, and I'm making hundreds or thousands of dollars per month'!. I say buyer beware! After 3 years, WF users are still not responding with a resounding YES, the program works and I am making real money. What especially bothers me is that this system appears to be unaltered over the years (guess it's just easy to make one shinny object system and when you need more money, simply push it back out to prospects)... Come on, am I crazy... I've been in marketing for 30 years... and every product manager is tasked with making their product look 'new', 'updated', and 'inviting'. With so many options to outsource services, it would be so simple to give this product a 'new look', with 'new features'... or even check the product for grammar and typos!

Thanks to all the wonderful WF members who are brave enough to report their personal experience. This provides others, considering investing $67 monthly, great information to help in their purchase options.

Finally, let me say that I love the enthusiasm of the creator 'Devon'... his persona is excellent, and he comes across as knowledgeable, helpful, clear, and I like the guy. From my perspective, the only missed opportunity with this program is that the creator, Devon, has so much 'likability' potential. I recognize talent, and I hope that Devon will redesign this old program with new flair (try outsourcing), new websites that fit 2013, new niches, social media integration, and more options. (Hey, after all these years show us results of how others are using his system to generate income... I don't see any facts that substantiate income!) Also, Devon has an excellent onscreen personality. I would love to see him branch out with new products that help people learn IM and how to earn real money.

Oh, let me ask again... after all these years, is anyone making money with this program?
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Hey Bob,

What that "program" basically does is provide people with ready made funnels and they just have to plugin their Aweber and Clickbank Ideas, for they would be using a subdomain of the their domain.

People have already chimed in about the quality and it is shame that the copy has grammar and spelling mistakes, and that they don't apparently update anything. This could be of value if they continually tested the effectiveness of the funnel/copy so people could experience better results.

This is all too common with internet marketing products like this, because they're into improving their own conversion rates and income and not customers. But who knows maybe Devon has made improvements but no one has mentioned it.

That being said, there is more too making money that buying into a "program", and if you have a profitable funnel, you have to send traffic to it, which can take effort. People that join these types of things, want to do little, and just want a magic bullet, so they probably just move on to the next thing because getting a good flow of traffic can take some work and/or decent budget (if using advertising).

Why don't use create your own marketing funnel. It will take bit of a learning curve, but all the tools you would need are pretty user friendly. To be honest, you don't need any fancy graphics. Some of the best converting squeeze pages, and sales pages are simple and clean pages.

It's all pretty easy to put together a basic funnel, which includes a squeeze page and Autorepsonder messages that promote affiliate products. You can have more control as well, and include presell pages of your own, add tracking code, and do split tests, to refine copy.

You can start with low expenses, that include a domain and hosting, and some advertising budget, or you can try free(more time and effort) traffic methods. You can use Google Analytics for testing your emails, split test, and get goal data of what got you clicks. You can get your conversion data by the affiliate network. A quick and dirty way to do that would be just add different subid/tid's to different split pages and emails.

There are plenty of basic direct response templates you can use for your squeeze pages as well as your other pages, such as presell and thank you pages. There are free WYSIWYG programs you can use to add text and Analytics data.

You could use WordPress and templates, but I find the above is stealthier and easier to do split testing. As far as content sites, I recommend WordPress but it's not needed for these kind of funnels.

Actually for emails, if you are directly promoting an affiliate page you can use the regular affiliate link for Aweber will mask it and you can add the tid the email. You can also get tracking data that includes opens and clicks in Aweber.

There are different ways to do things, but you start with a framework, and go step by step until you're done. This will be good experience for you, and you will not have to depend on done for you programs.

If you want an easy way to make money to cut the learning curve down, you could just send traffic to an affiliate program that has a high converting funnel, and send traffic to the Squeeze page.

I've heard guroos say not to do that, because you're giving them leads, but you'd be doing that if they bought as well. Leads covert easier and the product owner will follow up and close the deal.

I may put together something to help people. Let me know if anyone is interested. interested.
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Hey Bryan I would very interested in your information. I am a newbie who has been looking at different things. I could use all the help I can get. Thank you Scott
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Hey you guys, do these landing pages come with done for you emails? (I'm pretty sure they do but-just to be sure.)

And..

What are all the "10 'Ready-To-Go' Internet businesses" that it comes with?

Does it come with a social-media marking biz-op?
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