Quick Click Commissions

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Anybody got in on this Quick Click Commissions yet?
#product reviews #click #commissions #quick

  • Profile picture of the author entrepreneurjay
    It launches in a few hours live to the public so stay tuned.
  • Profile picture of the author xxxJamesxxx
    Just watching it now. I like the fact that it opened up with what seemed to be an honest testimional. None of this "I made a million bucks in 3 seconds just by hittin' a buttion" stuff.

    It'll be interesting to see how this pans out...

    James Scholes
  • Profile picture of the author iRunThis
    Sounds interesting, sounds too good to be true. I'm always wary of these "5 minute profits, one click" type of products. I would like to speak to somebody that has purchased this and tried it out.
  • Profile picture of the author kevintg1
    all screen shots seem to be amazon.uk, intresting, some facebook software for adding code for clickbank and amazon
  • Profile picture of the author gpxint
    Just watched just now! At least the actors are getting better looking.

    Any objective review & open would be appreciated from anyone that may
    have purchased.
  • Profile picture of the author smokemare
    I bit, it's a bit of code that allows you to put affiliate links direct into Facebook. I haven't tried it yet, there's a big upsell, but I'm not throwing anything at that... Not yet, maybe if the basic package works?

    I'll report back once I've given it a whirl.
  • Profile picture of the author iRunThis
    Originally Posted by smokemare View Post

    I bit, it's a bit of code that allows you to put affiliate links direct into Facebook. I haven't tried it yet, there's a big upsell, but I'm not throwing anything at that... Not yet, maybe if the basic package works?

    I'll report back once I've given it a whirl.
    Please do, according to their claims, it should take no longer than a week for you to make money.
  • Profile picture of the author itrend
    I wonder if the testimonials are real.
    It is kind of hard to believe that one of the guys just make his first $150 after 8 years in the online world.
  • Profile picture of the author Sleaklight
    I have it. It's 2 software programs. One for clickbank products and one for amazon products.

    You give it a product name or keyword, it returns a list of products. You click one, then you click another button, insert your affiliate ID's. It gives you html code for you to copy and paste into a Facebook Note. Publish it and you drive traffic to it to make money.

    If you want more info, send me a pm as I don't check up on the posts that often.

    Proof of me having it? Sure, here's a screenshot of the download page and of the software:

    http://orihuelamktg.com/qcc.jpg
    http://orihuelamktg.com/qcc1.jpg

    Thanks,

    Oscar
    Orihuelamktg.com
  • Profile picture of the author wolf29
    Originally Posted by smokemare View Post

    I bit, it's a bit of code that allows you to put affiliate links direct into Facebook. I haven't tried it yet, there's a big upsell, but I'm not throwing anything at that... Not yet, maybe if the basic package works?

    I'll report back once I've given it a whirl.
    What's the upsell?
  • Profile picture of the author itrend
    Originally Posted by Sleaklight View Post

    I have it. It's 2 software programs. One for clickbank products and one for amazon products.

    You give it a product name or keyword, it returns a list of products. You click one, then you click another button, insert your affiliate ID's. It gives you html code for you to copy and paste into a Facebook Note. Publish it and you drive traffic to it to make money.

    If you want more info, send me a pm as I don't check up on the posts that often.

    Proof of me having it? Sure, here's a screenshot of the download page and of the software:

    http://orihuelamktg.com/qcc.jpg
    http://orihuelamktg.com/qcc1.jpg

    Thanks,

    Oscar
    Orihuelamktg.com

    Thnx for the info Oscar
  • Profile picture of the author Lares
    They spend more time and money hiring actors than trying to make a good product. Its one of the worst "IM courses" i ever saw. Avoid at all costs.
  • Profile picture of the author smokemare
    Well, I'm not impressed. You get a bit of software for generating Facebook Notes with Affiliate links in - they read a bit like a review page.

    It looks automated though, and I really think the sellers of Quick Click Commissions are counting on you inviting all your friends and them buying something - which in my mind is a pretty poor strategy.

    I've followed the instructions anyhow - made a couple of Amazon Affialiate note thingies...

    I strongly suspect I'll be refunding in a day or two - I really don't have much confidence in this at all. It does stink, how in the spiel they go on about it being 'legal' then in the instructions it says don't do more than 5 a day of these so facebook doesn't 'notice' you... Perfectly legal and fully complying with the terms... But they don't want facebook to 'notice' you?

    If I were you I'd give this a wide berth - even if it does earn my costs back, I doubt it will work for long before being shut-down.
  • Profile picture of the author Marian
    ...and unfortunately this is NOT a magic button software all people wish for!

    Marian
  • Profile picture of the author coluden
    Originally Posted by IdeaGuy View Post

    Okay, folks, for whatever it's worth, here's my take on Quick Click Commissions, ADMITTEDLY without having bought it...

    ...Okay, whatever you might feel about FaceBook, near the end of the video pitch (accented with the SHORT skirt), the gorgeous presenter spilled what should be a MAJOR telltale red flag...

    ...And that was about easily putting special lines of codes ("as many campaigns as you want") into "your Facebook pages." Okay, read that AGAIN..."your Facebook pages...so you never have to pay for Facebook's high cost advertising."

    ...Since you're adding code to your Facebook pages -- on Facebook's servers -- just HOW LONG do you think it's going to take FB IT gurus to [1.] electronically blip OUT all such added lines of code...before...[2.] updating/revising THEIR T.O.S. to prohibit use of such lines of code THAT TAKE ADVERTISING REVENUES AWAY FROM FB?

    ...IF what you're trying to "hack" (a word that Miss Gorgeous DID use several times) pages on somebody else's server, HOW LONG DO YOU THINK YOU'RE GOING TO GET AWAY WITH DOING THAT? Only until you make $46.00 in commissions to cover your $46.00 price of buying Quick Click Commissions?

    No, I do not work for FB or even know anyone there. And, no, I don't even have a FB account. But, it only stands to reason that only so many people are going to get away with embedding the Quick Click Commissions "hack" software codes into their FB pages before FB comes along and shuts their accounts down.

    In theory, it IS an ideal solution. In practice, it is SURE to be relatively short term and perhaps even legally damaging to one's assets and to whatever legitimate income one WAS making on FB.

    Even if I did have an FB account, I personally am not tossing away $46 just for having eyeballed the lovely lady's well-exposed legs.
    I think I get the drift here IdeaGuy. Lovely legs and all, I still think you are right about this. Even if it works for a while, FB is not going to take kindly to a hack that cost them money! I wouldn't...would you?

    One other big turn-off for me was the list of "Gurus" listed in the affiliate page. I always check out the affiliate page to see who is promoting this. I'm seeing guys whose list I unsubscribed from many months ago because they were always promoting 'crappy' programs as the next best thing since slice bread...or lovely legs, as the case may be.

    Thanks to all the reviewers.

    coluden
  • Profile picture of the author ebvette
    Thanks for all the reviews guys.
  • Profile picture of the author Gijsbertus
    Originally Posted by gpxint View Post

    Just watched just now! At least the actors are getting better looking.
    LOL testimonials seem to be very realistic...
  • Profile picture of the author steppinonup
    Thanks for the heads-up warning guys, must admit it was good acting.
  • Profile picture of the author jerkd3
    Yeah, I was skeptical too, but I kept watching because of the pretty actress!
  • Profile picture of the author Devin X
    Originally Posted by coluden View Post

    I think I get the drift here IdeaGuy. Lovely legs and all, I still think you are right about this. Even if it works for a while, FB is not going to take kindly to a hack that cost them money! I wouldn't...would you?

    One other big turn-off for me was the list of "Gurus" listed in the affiliate page. I always check out the affiliate page to see who is promoting this. I'm seeing guys whose list I unsubscribed from many months ago because they were always promoting 'crappy' programs as the next best thing since slice bread...or lovely legs, as the case may be.

    Thanks to all the reviewers.

    coluden
    Yes, it is garbage. They're getting clever using sexy legs as a come on, but you're only getting a line of code to make a note on facebook...wtf? Okay, you can do that perfectly fine all by yourself, and it'll be faster doing it yourself rather than copy/pasting.

    (although that's a terrible strategy in my book anyway)

    STAY AWAY. I hope this whole thing flops. :p


    PS. Miracle Money Method has been released today by Melford and Concetta Bibens...they're products suck!

    Please dissuade everyone you know about the garbage that it is.They recently released Mass Profit Sites, which was expensive garbage and you can look that up on the forum...and now MMM is the same thing as MPS but tweaked a lil bit...and just as worthless.

    Had to get that out there. good luck you guys, hope today is profitable.

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