MassTrafficX

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Has anyone bought/tried this $997 software? Sounds like it might work but awfully expensive. Promoted on webinar by Anik Singal.
#product reviews #masstrafficx
  • Profile picture of the author Legend Dude
    I missed it. Do you have the link for the webinar replay?
  • Profile picture of the author aatyum
    Hi.

    1. URL scraper software with bells and whistles. Software make sense.

    2. Think paid traffic like PPV, CPV, media buy, social mobile, etc regarding serious traffic.

    3. Steep coaching price in today's world of info accessibility.

    4. Do some homework on keyword smartness and traffic generation methods.

    Tom
  • Profile picture of the author saralees
    The only drawback I saw to the techniques shown was that they did not discuss how much money the average traffic for the day would really cost to make a difference. The $5.00 example = 333 views at 0.015 per view in cpv. On a big site that would be gone in probably an hour or less which would be ok if the conversion was enough within those views 333 based on the PCV offer you are paid to promote. That is the key
  • Profile picture of the author linkmetro
    What I don't understand how can all 'free' sites send free traffic to he's site???
    Also he's CTR is 0.5-32% + With the huge traffic he's cost is like $1-$2k You have to have reserve to cover that kind of traffic and payout...until you get paid.
    Very risky and need some capital also to start with, I think.
  • Profile picture of the author robchapman
    this software sounds like more overpriced garbage put out by crappy coders and software designers.
    • Profile picture of the author athenajw
      I still have another question--wouldn't popup blocking stop the ads? If not why not?

      Has anyone actually purchased and tried this? I'm tempted but it's really spendy for me right now.
  • Profile picture of the author linkmetro
    Actually this program make sense...my only problem is the $995 price tag...
    What kind of software they give for that price?
    Thx.
  • Profile picture of the author lefty359
    I'm astounded that some were charged $5 to attend a sales webinar. I saw it for free.
    • Profile picture of the author yohoho
      Originally Posted by lefty359 View Post

      I'm astounded that some were charged $5 to attend a sales webinar. I saw it for free.
      No, we saw it for free also. Some people watching the sales webinar are also in a training course with Anik for which some of us paid only $5.00, some other people paid $39.99 or something like that.

      He presented this webinar to us as a special guest presenting a webinar to teach us about a new method of getting traffic. Then he promoted it for a few of our classes the same way. I suspected it was going to be a sales presentation but had no way of knowing until a few seconds into the loooooong boring webinar. I hate those long sales presentations. mostly I just bail out. Luckly I was watching the video recording of the live webinar so I could jump ahead to the price at which point I bailed out quickly.
  • Profile picture of the author Silverlight
    Just got off the webinar they tried pulling off as live... they had the google Valentines day logo.... its the 19th and no one responded to questions. Too boot they recorded the same last few sentences of the webinar and replayed them for about 10 minutes.....

    This seems to have truth to it, but iv seen these $997 products too many times and have been let down by them to many times....

    IF ANYONE, does take action on this, please let us know what you find and if it works/worth it.
    • Profile picture of the author yohoho
      Originally Posted by Silverlight View Post

      Just got off the webinar they tried pulling off as live... they had the google Valentines day logo.... its the 19th and no one responded to questions. Too boot they recorded the same last few sentences of the webinar and replayed them for about 10 minutes.....

      This seems to have truth to it, but iv seen these $997 products too many times and have been let down by them to many times....

      IF ANYONE, does take action on this, please let us know what you find and if it works/worth it.
      Just got another email from Anik today pushing this thing again. He tries to make me think it is actually something else but when you go there it is the same old thing.
  • Profile picture of the author ChristianMCruise
    Looks like a scam. Very disappointed in Anik with this.
    • Profile picture of the author BKKCanuck
      Let me count the ways this whole thing pisses me off...

      1. Too many emails telling me how it's a ONE time LIVE webinar that is SOOOO super top secret it will never be recorded or replayed. UMMM total BS it was recorded from the get go as I typed a couple of questions in but they never got to mine only the cheerleader type comments...

      2. I thought as someone else said watching Anik do it manually did not look that hard to me. More so if he says its going to take about 4 hours to set up that campaign that they claim is making him over a grand a day, 4 hours seems like a fair trade off... assuming its not BS like the "live" webinar.

      3. I don't like how they glossed over the numbers, at one point he was going on about how a 2.3% CTR was huge. But unless I have my math screwed up (which is possible) 2.3% of 100 would be 2.3 clicks? That 100 impressions would have cost him 1.50 according to his .015 maximum cost per click. His email submit was paying him 1 buck. So even if we gave him 3 clicks he is making 3 bucks for every 1.50 her spends. I am not complaining its a good return but you needs to have some deep pockets to make big money. He claims to be making over 200k a month on average, that is a LOT of ads and a LOT of clicks and a LOT of money going out while you wait for the payments to come in.

      4. They claimed ONLY 30 spots, then before the recording ended they added 5 more, sorry guys all gone. Go to the page now it's still open, still selling the same price AND they have added a 3 payment option.

      5. Anik claims he is footing 200.00 of the cost for the first 30 people because he's such a nice guy, of course the 200 is BUILT in to the price showing ummmm yeah

      Overall just another spammy hyped up shiny new object that I have bought WAY TOO many of in the past from way too many gurus that really have only their bank accounts in mind...

      Anyway thats my read on the complete and total waste of time I felt it was to sit through all that... maybe I a wrong and it's he holy grail but I am simply NOT putting out another grand for another silver button.
    • Profile picture of the author pukimama
      Its scam brother.. there are already several products that Anik promoted that turn out to be big time Scams... one of them is Traffic Phoenix (later change its name to Tube Assassin and many other names to evade attention) :

      http://www.warriorforum.com/internet...sers-here.html


      So, beware of these big time gurus promoting their wares via Webinar.. They don't blink an eye selling high price scam products to newbies just to make their pockets fuller

      Originally Posted by ChristianMCruise View Post

      Looks like a scam. Very disappointed in Anik with this.
  • Profile picture of the author Vtoy
    $997.

    No thanks.
  • Profile picture of the author stormyweather
    If the main function of the software is to get a bunch of keywords and then pick up the URLs for the first two pages of results, aren't there are lot of cheaper tools around that might do this already, just without the training and the hype? Maybe programs like listed in this warrior forum post
  • Profile picture of the author yohoho
    I am posting a thread in the "Main Internet Marketing Discussion Forum" in a few minutes and calling it "So Does anyone know what this big announcement is tomorrow at noon". So drop on by. You might have got the email about this from Anik today. I think we should stick to the Mass Traffic X topic in here instead of Anik comments, or the mods might get pied off.
    • Profile picture of the author yohoho
      Originally Posted by yohoho View Post

      I am posting a thread in the "Main Internet Marketing Discussion Forum" in a few minutes and calling it "So Does anyone know what this big announcement is tomorrow at noon". So drop on by. You might have got the email about this from Anik today. I think we should stick to the Mass Traffic X topic in here instead of Anik comments, or the mods might get pied off.
      Well forget that, the post was removed. I guess I am not allowed to comment on what ever it is. Just have to wait till tomorrow I guess.
  • Profile picture of the author zerotoheroonline
    hey guys..

    Just my 2 cents - I am also attending Anik's training and yes i did see this masstrafficx webinar.. To me the concept was good.. i mean i had no idea that we could actually rip urls fr pages of google and use them to get traffic to our site using cpv.. so for me the idea was good but of course after researching online further, the price of 997 (even with 3 payments) was crazy

    as for the idea, i have started off with some cpa offers and it's ok.. i have been seeing conversions at a rate of up to 3% (approx) but the only this is we need to have stanby cash to pay for the cpv services and wait till our cpa earnings reach.. i use directcpv and set my budget to 3.00 per day with max bid of 0.015 per view. I scrape urls fr google , bing using a free software - Free URL Scraper Script (for CPV targets and display placements)

    It may not be fancy or anything but it does the job.. )

    For scraping youtube videos i use this

    CPVDen Tools - YouTube Scraper

    Just a small reminder guys... No tool or software or anything out there that works miracles right away.. we should be aware of merketing hype by now.. similarly, with this concept, it takes a while before we know which cpa offer to promote on which sites before we can start making big buck..

    Hope this was useful to u guys.. cheers..

    Raj
  • Profile picture of the author marceauct
    Thank you stormyweather for pointing out that this already exists, the only thing he offers of value is you can use his exact campaigns hope that helps someone save $1000 dollars.
    • Profile picture of the author stormyweather
      Does this work or is it a big joke? I have never ever done any cpv ever. I'd like to get into it if it works.
      You'd have to find offers that looked as if they were really part of the site they were visiting.

      I know that you can buy 20,000 visits to your site for $10 or something like that anywhere on the web. People do this to bump their Alexa ratings temporarily. You get to choose a niche like "business" or "home and garden".

      That traffic never converts, and I think its' the same CPV traffic that we're talking about there. We're talking low quality traffic coming from people who like installing software that also installs adware, who can't work out how to stop it and who get very used to killing off those ad pop-ups off.

      You only learn by doing and it wouldn't cost much nor take too long to give it try and see if it makes sense.
  • Profile picture of the author skagenweb
    I signed up. Immediately got a refund afterwards. Broken links, same old videos from previous product, and literally ZERO value for money. Unsubscribing from Anik permanently for now.
    • Profile picture of the author salegurus
      Originally Posted by skagenweb View Post

      Unsubscribing from Anik permanently for now.
      Trust me you won't be missing anything...
  • Profile picture of the author jayman
    Unsubscribed from Anik long time ago .... and lot's of other "gurus" that promote crap products. Too many to name
  • Profile picture of the author GIahGroup
    Its an ok product but no where near the price being charged, plus the support is non existant almost.
  • Profile picture of the author K.Callwood
    So only one actual review from an actual customer? I appreciate all of your opinions, but shouldn't this thread be about the software and its value rather than complaining about the price without actually having played with it? Tons of programs cost a lot of money (SeNuke X anyone?). That doesn't necessarily mean that it is crap.

    Yes, you can easily use ScrapeBox to do the URL scraping in the same amount of time for $920 less ($77 total for the math challenged). But I think the real problem is that they did not structure the webinar very well.

    They showed a manual method that can easily be duplicated with cheap tools and then said "buy our stuff!" Most people don't understand that you also need specific knowledge about a few key things to make PPV work for you.

    Do you know how to iFrame an offer so that it looks like the ·Best Buy gift card he showed? Would you know how to redesign a landing page so that it converts better, still gives you credit and is accepted by the CPA network?

    That's the part that they glossed over in my opinion. They made some hints about the software being able to do those things but never showed it in action. They tried to make the whole method seem "SO SIMPLE ANYONE CAN DO IT" in order to get people excited instead of positioning it as a complete system to justify the price tag.

    I am not an affiliate, nor did I purchase the software. But then, I know how to do those key things. Over the years, I've also bought the tools that will help automate the process to some extent.

    For those of you talking about needing "deep pockets" to make this work, that is pretty much the reality of 99% of the CPA game. Net30 will kill you if you don't have a strong budget. The good news is that many networks will re-negotiate payment terms with people that produce $10k+/month.

    Paid traffic costs money ladies and gentlemen. Money for ads, money for tools, money for outsourcing, OR YOUR TIME (which you need to start thinking of as money if you ever want to make it in this game)...
  • Profile picture of the author blitz20
    I still don't understand Direct CPV allows you to advertise on bestbuy.com for .015? How come when I go to bestbuy.com I never see a popup?
    • Profile picture of the author jeffreys
      Originally Posted by blitz20 View Post

      I still don't understand Direct CPV allows you to advertise on bestbuy.com for .015? How come when I go to bestbuy.com I never see a popup?
      Good question but no answers.
  • Profile picture of the author Gaston Wolf
    Wow sure is an expensive product, seems to be a lot of confusion going around atm.

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