At 6 PM my time I attended Google Sniper developer George Brown's webinar ref the beta release of his Predator software, 2 years in the making. Keep that statement in mind.
While young Mr. Brown is an admirable, and adorable, geek, he has a lot to learn about being in front of a camera. One would think that a successful marketer, making tons of money, would have a professional team assemble his presentation, but no, it was all home grown with no cue cards to keep him on course.
I'm not going to say any more about the blah, blah and get down to the system itself.
Predator automates an enormous amount of work. George put his screen on our screens and gave a live demo of just the basics of what his software (2 years in the making, $110,000 spent, 3 developer teams during that time, burned into my brain by repetition) is capable of doing, and it is impressive.
I'm no pro at this game, so I'm not really certain, but even a just-plugged-in-the-puter newbie can immediately see the potential, and had I the money, I would have bought it because of it's instant action capability and its flexibility.
George's Clickbank CPA returns - he took us to his CB payout page - are definitely mouthwatering ... except ... uh ... they were dated between March and September (?) of 2012, more than 3 years ago. That confused the hell out of me. Two years in the making and his shown results are from 2012.
If I am mistaken, someone please correct me. It's quite possible I misunderstood, especially as my eyes are not always 20-20 when my blood sugar is a bit off, as it was this evening.
Regardless, I'd have given something precious and personal to be a member of his beta team, 50 in all, because the software actually does perform as advertised, cutting hours and hours and hours worth of work down to a few minutes. George put together a campaign in 4 minutes. Unfortunately, at $797.00 the beta opt-in was way more than I can afford.
George does not know how to script or manage a presentation, but then he's a cute geek.
His Predator software is several miles beyond amazing. One quick drive-by will have you plotting and planning campaigns like mad, and you can apply them with instant gratification.
Okay, time for all the uppers and downers to weigh in!