Google Sniper 2.0 New Release

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Has anyone purchased the new Google Sniper 2.0 by George Brown that was released today? I am thinking about buying it, but would love to get some feedback. Is is different from the first one? Any feedback will be appreciated.
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  • Profile picture of the author The Copy Nazi
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    Originally Posted by musiclyons View Post

    Has anyone purchased the new Google Sniper 2.0 by George Brown that was released today? I am thinking about buying it, but would love to get some feedback. Is is different from the first one? Any feedback will be appreciated.
    I've seen it. The blackhatters have a crack version already online. Mate sent it to me. It's the same as Version One - except for the addition of "The Empire Module". So much for his promise of giving everyone who bought version one a free upgrade for life. Not cool George.
    • Profile picture of the author chuckles
      Originally Posted by The Copy Nazi View Post

      I've seen it. The BlueFartters have a crack version already online. Mate sent it to me. It's the same as Version One - except for the addition of "The Empire Module". So much for his promise of giving everyone who bought version one a free upgrade for life. Not cool George.
      Yes - have to agree with this - no free upgrade for those of us that have already purchased.

      I don't really want the upgrade - and I might be a bit demanding of internet marketers by expecting them to keep their word.
    • Profile picture of the author terrapurus
      Originally Posted by The Copy Nazi View Post

      So much for his promise of giving everyone who bought version one a free upgrade for life. Not cool George.
      I bought V1 and kept it (if I learn something even if it was not the central lession then I value it and keep it). However I am not looking for version 2 as version 1 became "oudated" within a month of its release.

      Let me explain ....

      Who here remembers what was released about a month after V1?

      For those with short memories, it was the FTC guidelines.

      What do the FTC guidelines sort of suggest you don't do if marketing to the US market? 'Fake' advertisements that are not marked as such.

      Now what is writing an article for your site that says - I had this problem and I used product X to solve it (when in reality that did not occur)? It is basically an advertisement and is right in the gray zone. If you have happy to go blasting away until you get a warning notice, then feel free. GS might interest you. If you are concerned about the FTC, then I would read their regulations very carefully before putting GS into action.

      Just my 2 cents worth.
  • Profile picture of the author Race2Millions
    This is not cool also



    If you seen the PROOF VIDEOS on the page you will get it.

    • Profile picture of the author BacklinkExcellence
      I'm not impressed to be honest. I didn't expect to find a lot of new stuff but if you read google sniper 1 you can save your money.
    • Profile picture of the author chuckles
      Originally Posted by Race2Millions View Post

      This is not cool also



      If you seen the PROOF VIDEOS on the page you will get it.

      very well spotted - one of them shows George's "Traffic Siphon" account which was a launch he did from last year with "brand new" traffic methods. I don't think much "sniping" went on in that account!

      I am on George's list but I don't buy anything - other than the first Google Sniper - and in that he left out the need for backlinks and also when using the Google Keyword tool to look for EXACT matches rather than broad like he is still showing in version 2!
    • Profile picture of the author ruch1v
      Originally Posted by Race2Millions View Post

      This is not cool also



      If you seen the PROOF VIDEOS on the page you will get it.


      Lol, you did the same thing as me, I was going backwards and forwards in the video to check out the CB ID. He did the same thing in another 1 of his launches, take a look here.

      The other thing that annoyed me was the fact that he kept banging on about how these 1 click traffic softwares don't work, but wasn't that what his last launch traffic siphon was selling?

      I really do want to like George, he's definitely a smart kid, but these slimy marketing tactics are definitely offputting
  • Profile picture of the author ruch1v
    Oh and the 3rd thing that annoyed me was that George claims he gets 8k visitors a month to his wedding speech site, if you check the keyword as exact match in google you'll see only 6k people search for it, if you know anything about SEO you know number 1 spot only gets about 50% of the traffic, so I don't know where he's getting the other 5k visitors from. Also, the product he's promoting is around $20 with 50% commission, so you're making less than $10 after fees. He would must have a ridiculously high conversion rate to be able to rake in $25k from that 1 site


    The product is probably good, I've heard people say good things about 1.0, but stuff like this seriously damage a guys credibility, I was considering promoting this to my list, but after these kinda stunts, I'd rather not
    • Profile picture of the author Chris Sorrell
      I got it purely to get Michael Rasmussen's bonuses which are worth way more than this rather lame course are. If you're on Michael list then I'd definitely advise you to buy this course just to get Mike's bonuses as I have done. I've no interest in the guide itself but after a quick skim I've gotta say it's rather misleading.

      The whole 'get to the top of google with virtually no backlinks' is almost outright lying and a lot of newbies are gonna think all they need to do to become super affiliates is write some pretty content and do good keyword research. C'mon now, google doesn't roll like that, it's not 2002 anymore where you can get on the first page with a few article links and a bit of keyword stuffing. There's some info about outsourcing etc which is a bit fluffy and then some sniper x section which isn't filled up yet.

      Not too bad if you wanna know the basics about wordpress and keyword research etc but don't claim you're gonna dominate the search engines just cos your domain name is well optimized. That simply isn't true and a lot of people who buy this course are gonna find that out sooner rather than later.
    • Profile picture of the author Thomas Belknap
      Originally Posted by ruch1v View Post

      Oh and the 3rd thing that annoyed me was that George claims he gets 8k visitors a month to his wedding speech site, if you check the keyword as exact match in google you'll see only 6k people search for it, if you know anything about SEO you know number 1 spot only gets about 50% of the traffic, so I don't know where he's getting the other 5k visitors from. Also, the product he's promoting is around $20 with 50% commission, so you're making less than $10 after fees. He would must have a ridiculously high conversion rate to be able to rake in $25k from that 1 site


      The product is probably good, I've heard people say good things about 1.0, but stuff like this seriously damage a guys credibility, I was considering promoting this to my list, but after these kinda stunts, I'd rather not
      Please let me know what keyword tool you're using to get that accurate of search volume.
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  • Profile picture of the author musiclyons
    Thanks Everyone for all of your feedback. To be honest, I am truely disappointed in what I am reading. I thought this was going to be a totally updated version of Google Sniper 1. Thanks to everyone.
  • Profile picture of the author AndrewStark
    I've been getting all the JV emails, and even the way George is talking to potential partners is very off putting. The copy & paste e-mails are some of the most hyped up rubbish I've seen in a long time.

    Being fair to George I've seen a few well know people promoting who have actually tried the course and had results. They seem to promoting because they have met George in person and think he is the real deal.

    Based on the feedback here I think he needs to grow up and learn about customer service. Also the salespage seems to be the same as most of his other products, selling the dream of going from a part time man with van to millionaire.

    Ultimately the reviews here mean I'm glad that I chose not to promote it to my list.
  • Profile picture of the author intelinside
    Just watched it and highly disappointed. Nothing new.

    It is for newbie who is only week into IM.
    • Profile picture of the author coco28
      I bought it, its pretty much a rehashed (and some parts not even rehashed) google sniper 1.

      I never ask for refunds, this will only be the second time ever. GS1 was very good, but I refuse to pay again for what is essentially the same product.
  • Profile picture of the author Chucky
    Here is my take on basically any IM product launch.

    As Jeremy says, there probably won't be anything earth shattering in any of them; but if a newbie picks up any one of them and is ready to put long hours in to it, he/she is bound to find success.

    But if he or she does nothing more than read them, complain and keep jumping from one launch to the next, every product he/she buys is a SCAM.

    I haven't bought it nor do I intend to buy it because I hardly have time to rinse and repeat what's already working for me. However, what I will say is that if anybody that is still in the early phases of their IM education buys this and implements the principals that will be the start of a six figure business.

    Regardless of what product you purchase, if you don't have the following 3 ingredients, it will not work.
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    3. MORE MOTIVATION and PERSISTANCE
    Chucky
  • Profile picture of the author Zach Booker
    For you guys wanting to see more accurate traffic stats (instead of guessing from the GTK) use Compete | Compete and/or Home | Quantcast.

    Not sure what the url was you were talking about, but plug it in there and you'll be able to get an idea of the traffic the site is doing.
    • Profile picture of the author ruch1v
      Originally Posted by Zach Booker View Post

      For you guys wanting to see more accurate traffic stats (instead of guessing from the GTK) use Compete | Compete and/or Home | Quantcast.

      Not sure what the url was you were talking about, but plug it in there and you'll be able to get an idea of the traffic the site is doing.

      groomweddingspeech.org's (rank #915,049) Site Profile | Compete

      I don't know how accruate these things are but it's not showing more than 2k in the past 6 months, and quantcast had no data


      @Kelly - I understand what you're saying and don't doubt the tactic works, but the thing that has annoyed me more than anything (I never bought GS1, but have read enough about it to know the tactic, so the lack of update doesn't bother me) is the amount of dishonesty in the sales process.

      As you say it's a good tactic, therefore it should be sold upon it's own merits no? By deliberately showing stats of your product launches and claiming you made that money through this tactic is not only unethical, but I'm pretty sure it may even be illegal (misleading info or what not, I'm not a lawyer).

      If he had been honest and showed the method in the true light, I for 1 wouldn't be involved in this thread and would be promoting it to my list.

      I just went back to GS1 sales page and saw he was showing numbers like $15k/month, rather different to $400k/year and that product was still able to sell well right?
  • Profile picture of the author Gary Pettit
    I don't own sniper 1 so I think I'll go ahead and purchase sniper 2(minus all the upsells)...I'm sure it contains quality content and I've seen a lot of great bonuses out there. Looking forward to learning the course.
  • Profile picture of the author DonDavis
    I bought GS1 and put up several EMD sites right away, and have built several more since. None of those sites ranked well until I backlinked them. So the no backlinking is BS unless you are trying to rank for a keyword that is searched so little that it isn't really worth the effort.

    I totally agree with those saying that this should have been an update to the original product. After watching the video in his launch I also checked out his traffic on compete.com and saw right away that he was blowing smoke on the wedding speech site.

    Whatever...

    The kid is apparently living the good life traveling the world. So enough people must buy into this crap that it makes it worth it? I myself would have a hard time getting past the fear that I might end up as somebody's cellmate/bitch/rape victim.
    • Profile picture of the author kyleb
      Originally Posted by DonDavis View Post

      I bought GS1 and put up several EMD sites right away, and have built several more since. None of those sites ranked well until I backlinked them. So the no backlinking is BS unless you are trying to rank for a keyword that is searched so little that it isn't really worth the effort.

      I totally agree with those saying that this should have been an update to the original product. After watching the video in his launch I also checked out his traffic on compete.com and saw right away that he was blowing smoke on the wedding speech site.

      Whatever...

      The kid is apparently living the good life traveling the world. So enough people must buy into this crap that it makes it worth it? I myself would have a hard time getting past the fear that I might end up as somebody's cellmate/bitch/rape victim.
      Backlinking = A huge part of the Key to success and getting ranked. Spot on Don.

      And the last part about the cellmate, that is hilarious man.

      Kyle Allred
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  • Profile picture of the author Adam Roy
    Rant #1:

    Maybe some people, as in JVs and affiliates (wont mention any names) will start looking at these products FIRST HAND before making a recommendation to their subscribers.

    Me personally, I would never in a million years promote something to my subscribers if I had no idea what was inside the thing. And if I don't know what the thing is, I wouldn't send an email saying, 'hey you should go check this out but I have no idea what's inside it or whether or not you'll gain value from it'

    Why not spend an hour, or $67 or whatever it is to see what this thing is all about, before promoting it with a recommendation?

    The first thing I would have done, if I was interested in promoting it, is get a copy to review so I can make sure my subscribers will actually gain value from it, and appreciate the fact that I recommended it. In fact, I was thinking about promoting this thing, it came out, I checked it out, and I was GREATLY disappointed with it, therefore I did not promote it. I'm glad I didn't.

    That's my 2 cents
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    Here's a quote I once read somewhere and I'll never forget it,
    There's no selling power stronger than an honest recommendation from a friend.
    Here's another quote that I will also never forget... Which is coming to mind right about now
    It takes 20 years to build a reputation, and only 5 minutes to ruin it
    • Profile picture of the author mkl3377
      Originally Posted by Adam Roy View Post

      Rant #1:


      Rant #2:

      Anybody else notice that Google Sniper 1 is STILL $77, and Google Sniper 2 is almost half that cost?

      What's going on George?
      Thats because GS1 content is worth more than GS2..

      GS2 is not selling a product but the name GEORGE BROWN....
  • Profile picture of the author paulduncan
    I purchased the original GS. and I also purchased the latest one. I would say that 99% of the new one is no different to the old one. In my opinion this is just George trying to rake in money without providing any value to anyone who purchased the original course.

    As for his upsells, they are a joke! Trying to tell me that there is a more efficient way to make GS2 work if i give him some more dough is not something he should be doing. If i buy a program i expect it to work without a super deluxe add on.

    I am on this guys list, but not for long, and I will be getting a refund!
  • Profile picture of the author Lemy Yusento
    almost bought it.

    thanks...
    • Profile picture of the author Eugene Koh
      I purchased google sniper 2 at the higher price $67 (price just reduced to $47) now and i say i'm quite disappointed with the content.

      Honestly i wasn't expecting something mind blowing or completely new method. However what really upset me was that 95% of the content is the exact same thing as gsniper 1. The empire modules are probably the only stuff that are new.

      Don't get me wrong, google sniper is a good product but i think Considering that I have purchased gsniper 1, $67 is not worth the money and I will be requesting a refund.

      However if you do not own gs1 then for $47 would be a good investment for you. Just my 2 cents
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  • Profile picture of the author lefty359
    I don't have GS1, And Rasmussen's bonus put me over the top for GS2. If it's selling for $47 now,
    then that ticks me off.
  • Profile picture of the author robwill2
    I bought Google Sniper 2.0 yesterday after being told that I would get in 2 hours earlier if I registered.

    I am very annoyed this morning to find that the price I paid $67 has now been reduced to $47.

    If anything the early birds should have got the $47 and today it should have gone to $67.
    • Profile picture of the author infinite
      Originally Posted by robwill2 View Post

      I bought Google Sniper 2.0 yesterday after being told that I would get in 2 hours earlier if I registered.

      I am very annoyed this morning to find that the price I paid $67 has now been reduced to $47.

      If anything the early birds should have got the $47 and today it should have gone to $67.
      So is this serious? It went live at $67 and all those earlybird buyers jumped on board only for it to be selling for $47 just 24 hours later? Can anyone else confirm this as I honestly didn't see the launch price.

      If this is in fact true, then I agree entirely. I too would be annoyed if I was on the "earlybird list" and jumped on it immediately!

      I see nothing wrong with RAISING the price but to reduce it less than 24 hours into a launch seems crazy logic.

      If we wait a few more days will it be selling at $17? - LOL

      Aaron
  • Profile picture of the author J.Agnew.JD
    THANKS again to the wonderful Warrior Forum for truth, honesty and saving me money!
  • Profile picture of the author canard5
    Hmmm thanks guys. I just purchased the product to put up an honest review on my site, but after reading through here it sounds like I'm only going to be able to recommend it to those you haven't read GS1 and even then letting them know that there is a lot more to it then what George teaches.

    Clump this with a good backlinking course and you've got something quite good.
  • Profile picture of the author Steadyon
    I bought Google Sniper 1 when it came out.

    A few things bugged me about it. Brown basically suggested making up stories to sell stuff. In a nut shell he also stated you could basically copy stuff from other websites which is tantamount to theft as far as I am concerned. I can't sell this way.

    There were a number of other comments in the book which involved "unethical" tactics which didn't sit well with me.

    Basically overall it left a bad taste in my mouth. So I refunded for the first time ever.

    Can you make money from his methods? Probably yes if you implement them.

    Would I be happy doing some of the stuff he suggests? No.

    There are lots of ways to make money. You don't have to lose your soul doing it.

    Finally, I am sorry so many feel deceived by George about GS 2.0

    For the record I NEVER promote anything that I haven't personally reviewed.

    If you are an affiliate of any product, and you suggest buying something that turns out to be poor, without actually seeing it yourself first, you have no excuse.

    It just doesn't cut it in my view no matter what anybody says about their own launch tactics.

    You sold it. You take responsibility for it, or don't sell it at all.

    Sam

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