Push Button Cash Site?

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Just received an email from Chris and Jerome about this product. It is from Michael Jones and a guy named Daniel Young. Did anyone buy this product?
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
    Originally Posted by Azlan.MY View Post

    Just received an email from Chris and Jerome about this product. It is from Michael Jones and a guy named Daniel Young. Did anyone buy this product?
    I did a review for the product (no affiliate link)

    Push Button Cash Site Review | Don & Jeremy's

    It's more or less a site creator/auto blog plugin.
  • Profile picture of the author suemax
    I expect loads will buy the product, but I have unsubscribed from all the lists, 'cos I found that I was constantly bombarded with great-sounding offers all the time and kept spending money, time (and lost focus costs) on more products instead of utilising either things I had already learned or products I had already bought.
  • Profile picture of the author tonyaphx
    All of Micheal Jones products he has done in the past have all forward to this website. Which is crap for the people who have spent time marketing and wrting about his other products and now they all forward to this.

    I do not plan on marketing anything from this guy anymore. I would hate to promote this and then in a month he might change it to another product if it flops.
  • Profile picture of the author Ryan57
    I've just received this.

    Is it just me or do the backgrounds look near on identical in these two videos:

    http://www.pushbuttoncashsite.com/main.html

    FREE MASS TRAFFIC

    Edit: Thanks for that review, Jeremy.
  • Profile picture of the author PatrickBrianONeill
    I love that those two guys paid for a hotel room suite (if they even paid for it, they probably used a freind's while he was out at dinner) to film the two "nearly identical" vids.

    I have no problems with that, it makes for a clean vid, but don't try to trick anyone by moving the shot to the other side of the room.

    I bet if I did a vid of me sitting on my couch in my messy one bedroom apt, sitting in my boxers and t-shirt and was honest with people about making a living online and how much I make, they would not respond at all.

    Most people LOVE to be lied to, and they will belly up to the "get rich quick" trough every time.
  • Profile picture of the author sysmarketer
    O Mai Garsh LOL
  • Profile picture of the author nandi
    Thanks Jeremy for the insightful review you are a gem. By the way did you get your refund?
  • Profile picture of the author mrpals
    I picked up this software "Push Button Cash Site" and have to say it is a smooth system with tons of potential. 3 real draw backs to it are.

    1 - it adds a "powered by" link to the footer of your site which is not good at all since Auto generated content is totally against Google's TOS.

    2 - there is no way to add additional sources to draw content from

    3 - the source code is encrypted so you can not make any changes yourself and after 24 hours of posting a ticket no response from their support to resolve the main issue with footer link ( not to mention the link in the footer is broken anyway lol )

    All in all it performs wonderful and pulls great content, It will post that straight to your site if you are into that. I do not think it is wise to allow to post auto. I use it to save the posts as drafts and the system accumulates tons of content on any subject to pick and choose from.

    After you decide on a certain article to post I recommend doing a rewrite of the article and changing the title etc... so it is picked up in google faster. Once posted spin the same article and use "autorewrite.com" to spin it and publish on article directories, for best results spin before each submission hehe.

    PBCS - is great for research and gather, but I would venture to say if you run it on total auto pilot you would end up losing your adsense account. I think this would have been much better as a stand alone system or perhaps give subscribers the option to take a stand alone or WP plugin.

    Anyway, that's my story and Im sticking to it. :p
  • Profile picture of the author FivestarHB
    I do get sick of some of the lists I am on previously providing value and good content, all of a sudden promoting rubbish like this. Do they think we are all thick? The best response is to Unsubscribe - maybe if they got 2 sales and 200 unsubsribes they might rethink promoting stuff they know is rubbish. Disappointing. The problem is they probably make 30 sales, so the commissions make it worth it, despite their lack of confidence in the product or even ethics.
  • Profile picture of the author Qamar
    You know what, I received email from Matt Bacak promoting this product?!!!
  • Profile picture of the author jrodriguez315
    Thanks everyone for saving me some money. Sure, it's not a lot of money, at least not initially but with the upsells and downsells, who knows how much they might have taken me for. Jeremy, a special thanks to you and your review. It really helped.
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  • Profile picture of the author affiliatechick
    Just over a week ago, I subscribed to a popular real estate investor's list & suddenly got an email from him yesterday & today about this "Daniel Young's Push Button Cash Site" thing. The only button I almost pushed was the unsubscribe button, but considering I'd received so much useful info from him up until then, decided against it. This does go to show you though how sad it is that completely different industry marketers out there are hocking these "push button" products if they see some kind of way to work it into their marketing program w/ subscribers... & we all know it's only because of the high affiliate commissions. It really makes you think about which "gurus" legitimately care about their subscribers... & which ones just care about milking their funds. I joined a "push button" opp in January of last year that set me back over $200 & went nowhere, even though I used the info & marketing techniques that came HIGHLY suggested from the guy who put the program together...

    My opinion: "push button" money makers are too played up & washed out... the ONLY people who would consider buying those products are complete 100% NEWBIES or those desperately looking to make quick cash...

    Also, in my experience, it's pretty much an "unspoken understanding" that the REAL money online comes from marketing products/services that have NOTHING to do with the "make money online" niche.


    C.W aka "affiliatechick"

    P.S
    This should not necessarily be taken as any kind of an official review of this particular product as I have not purchased it, & I don't intend to either. Rather, this is just my opinion of products that try selling off the "push button" theme & my past experience w/ the like.
  • Profile picture of the author affiliatechick
    One way that I've discovered if there's going to be a bunch of upsells, downsells &/or cross sells is checking the affiliate sign up page link. The creators will generally mention the commission %, along w/ the total $ amount of commissions you can (potentially) earn. If that $ amount is more than what the initial product is going for, you know right there you're going to be thrown a bunch of 'sells.

    Example:
    The Push Button Cash Site product is going for $47 right now. An affiliates' commission on each sale is 60%, which is $28.20. With the possibility of making up to $263 per sale... $263!! So unless you've got about $300 on you, you don't really know for sure if you're going to experience the same full result claims as the product creators, because the initial $47 could just be a small piece of the whole pie, so to speak...

    This is kind of a hard thing for me to mention, considering I'm an affiliate marketer myself. HOWEVER... affiliate marketers are consumers of these products as well & as affiliate marketers we should be able to notice these marketing tactics.

    I've studied online marketing for going on 7 years now, affiliate marketing about 1/2 that. I completely understand both sides of the fence, as the affiliate & as the product/service creator; I've never created a product myself, but I understand the selling mentality that's used, as well as the process so I could easily apply it. Now don't get me wrong, there are thousands of people who buy & don't take action using a course or product, or just scantily use it. But there's just as much deception involved in the marketplace & I'd be surprised if people haven't been aware of that.

    I'm the type of affiliate marketer that will only promote a product/service for TWO REASONS:

    a. I've bought it, used it & had a favorable outcome.
    b. I have complete trust the individual/company who's product I'm endorsing
    works the way it claims!




    C.W
    "affiliatechick"
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  • Profile picture of the author Don Sherret
    Yes, I tried it. Initially I found it easy to set up, but a plug-in they offer did not work. Then comes the real truth, they have no support whatsoever! I got a refund really quick. Thank God for Clickbank.
  • Profile picture of the author Mega B
    I wonder how many people actually have bought this plugin thinking that they will earn those revenue figures,if anyony has i am betting that they go for a refund.
  • Profile picture of the author Rickmci
    Originally Posted by Azlan.MY View Post

    Just received an email from Chris and Jerome about this product. It is from Michael Jones and a guy named Daniel Young. Did anyone buy this product?
    Yea.. a woodpress plugin to auto post content from article base and youtube. Nothing special. May have been worth the price if it did not run correctly on so few hostng platforms (needs special php features). Not bad for a newbe, but fair for a contect generator. On the good side the videos that showed you how to setup a web site, blog and ETC would have been great if I was in need of that kind of information. Like I said good for newbes maybe..... otherwise a pass.
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  • Profile picture of the author topgear2
    Yes , Daniel Young push button cash site is seems to be good but just for grabbing videos with keywords, and articles from article base....can't say anything about how this can help to get traffic.

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