Reviews for George Brown's Google Sniper...

by jrodc777 495 replies
Hey Warrirors,

Just wondering if anyone had a chance to get in on this product the first time it came around a few months back. It is relaunching on Oct. 15th and I am wondering what your thoughts are on it.

Cool?

Thanks You,
Jared
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  • Profile picture of the author Brad Callen
    I know George is a very classy guy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Zach Booker
    It kicks ass.

    George is also a great guy, too.

    Zach
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    • Profile picture of the author jrodc777
      Cool!

      Anyone else have anymore comments about George Brown's Google Sniper?

      I read somewhere that the concept is about making mini sites that barely need much promotion. When I read it, I just thought...great...another magic bullet product!

      Then I got to doing more research and I see a lot of positive feedback. Sound like he has somewhat of an original idea that works well.

      Thanks,
      Jared
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      • Profile picture of the author mario_a
        More valuable than any review is a daily update from a person that has actually implemented the Google Sniper system.

        Head over to : Mike Iser .com - Mikeman's Journey To A Full-Time Income Online!

        Regards,
        Mario
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        • Profile picture of the author cgallagher93
          Hi guys,

          Google Sniper is not only a great product but George Brown is a great guy too.

          The product teaches an innovative and easy approach to Affiliate Marketing that shows you how to set up sites that will bring you an autopilot income with no extensive SEO or back-linking.

          In my opinion, it's not anything revolutionary in the Affiliate Marketing world. This method has been used and applied before to great success. What I will say, however, is that George's method of teaching makes the product worth its weight in gold.

          Albeit George doesn't recommend back-linking, it can be applied to this method to great effect. George is currently making $15,000 from this system. The thing is - he's lazy!

          Imagine how much you can make if you do choose to put in some extra work. Google Sniper launches on the 15th and I'd recommend it to anyone looking to make a quick and easy residual income from Internet Marketing.

          Seriously, you don't want to miss out on this one
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          • Profile picture of the author rbkmoneynet
            I think Its a great System , I only heard positive things about Google sniper And I'am going to try that out. hope fully i think it will work
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          • Profile picture of the author tonyuk55
            Does anyone know how much this product cost? I have setup mini sites before, how is this product any different?
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          • Profile picture of the author robyrobertson
            Originally Posted by cgallagher93 View Post

            Hi guys,

            Google Sniper is not only a great product but George Brown is a great guy too.

            The product teaches an innovative and easy approach to Affiliate Marketing that shows you how to set up sites that will bring you an autopilot income with no extensive SEO or back-linking.

            In my opinion, it's not anything revolutionary in the Affiliate Marketing world. This method has been used and applied before to great success. What I will say, however, is that George's method of teaching makes the product worth its weight in gold.

            Albeit George doesn't recommend back-linking, it can be applied to this method to great effect. George is currently making $15,000 from this system. The thing is - he's lazy!

            Imagine how much you can make if you do choose to put in some extra work. Google Sniper launches on the 15th and I'd recommend it to anyone looking to make a quick and easy residual income from Internet Marketing.

            Seriously, you don't want to miss out on this one
            I bought Gsniper three days ago and I love it. I have already learned so much and I have only been through 3/4 of the materials. I just wrote a blog post about what value you put on your own education. Gniper is not expensive and wow worth every penny. I put a high value on MY education and this product delivers.
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            • Profile picture of the author Cybermagnate
              Progress report and a potential problem.

              I have my first sniper site up. It hit Google page 1, position 8 about 2 days after launch. I just added the anchor text and the final blog, so maybe It'll go higher.

              Now here's the problem. When I accessed my website from Google, I found that there was an edit option at the bottom of the blogs in the tag section, and an edit option in the "About Me" section. Obviously I don't want people editing my website. How do I get rid of the edit option?

              David H.
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              • Profile picture of the author sentient
                Originally Posted by Cybermagnate View Post

                Progress report and a potential problem.

                I have my first sniper site up. It hit Google page 1, position 8 about 2 days after launch. I just added the anchor text and the final blog, so maybe It'll go higher.

                Now here's the problem. When I accessed my website from Google, I found that there was an edit option at the bottom of the blogs in the tag section, and an edit option in the "About Me" section. Obviously I don't want people editing my website. How do I get rid of the edit option?

                David H.
                I'm not sure the Reviews section is the best place to get advice on how to use a product once you've bought it.

                But anyway, I suspect that it is only saying that you can Edit it because you are still signed into your blog's admin. Try signing out of the Admin and you should be ok.
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                • Profile picture of the author Cybermagnate
                  Thanks, it worked. When I clicked off the Wordpress page I forgot I was not offically logged out. DUHH!

                  Much obliged.
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                  • Profile picture of the author Mr.Cash
                    Ok can someone please clear this up for me. After searching for various keywords to use for sniper sites I kept bumping into loads of already created snipers in the exact GS format. I have yet to see one in the top spot although I have seen several in the top 10. What I have seen dominating the top spots are articles! I've checked out their backlinks and many of them had none. I should note that I have come across loads of articles taking over against competiton like 100,000 etc.

                    So my question is this...Are articles infact better than GS sites?

                    I had some really great intentions of putting hundreds of hours over the next year into GS sites but from what I have found so far is that articles are always ahead of them on the rankings. Surely writing one good article of about 300-500 words instead of 3 or so blog posts on the keyword rich domain (costing 10bucks) is the best idea?

                    An big estimate of an hour per good article for example including research etc and if needs be some backlinks to outrank the articles already holding the top positions?

                    Thanks for any advice!
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                    • Profile picture of the author Chris Koltai
                      Originally Posted by Mr.Cash View Post

                      Ok can someone please clear this up for me. After searching for various keywords to use for sniper sites I kept bumping into loads of already created snipers in the exact GS format. I have yet to see one in the top spot although I have seen several in the top 10. What I have seen dominating the top spots are articles! I've checked out their backlinks and many of them had none. I should note that I have come across loads of articles taking over against competiton like 100,000 etc.

                      So my question is this...Are articles infact better than GS sites?

                      I had some really great intentions of putting hundreds of hours over the next year into GS sites but from what I have found so far is that articles are always ahead of them on the rankings. Surely writing one good article of about 300-500 words instead of 3 or so blog posts on the keyword rich domain (costing 10bucks) is the best idea?

                      An big estimate of an hour per good article for example including research etc and if needs be some backlinks to outrank the articles already holding the top positions?

                      Thanks for any advice!
                      It's true that the big article directories will tend to outrank Sniper sites, assuming both have solid optimization for the keyword phrase and no backlinks.

                      The problem with article marketing is that it is not as effective at preselling, and doesn't generate the same kind of connection with your visitors as a blog would. On top of that, you have to deal with the numerous traffic leaks on the article page itself. They're generally covered from top to bottom with adsense, plus they link to other related articles, the category listings, etc. If you rely exclusively on articles to generate your sales, you're leaving money on the table.

                      My personal strategy is to combine them. If there's an article in first place, I'll write a similar article, link to my sniper site in the resource box, and build a few backlinks to the article. Now I've got 1st spot with my article, and 2nd or 3rd with my sniper site. I bet you can guess what that does for traffic and sales
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                  • Profile picture of the author Franck Silvestre
                    Even if you are not logged out, only YOU can see the edit button, Nobody is going to edit your site.

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                    Originally Posted by Cybermagnate View Post

                    Thanks, it worked. When I clicked off the Wordpress page I forgot I was not offically logged out. DUHH!

                    Much obliged.
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        • Profile picture of the author jrodc777
          cgallagher93...

          Have you personally used the product?

          If so, any success?

          ~Jared
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        • Profile picture of the author MissDarling
          So far, I think this is pretty awesome. Like I have read in other posts, it's not anything really new but the way George lays it out is new.

          It is complete from start to finish. Easy to understand. Honestly, I had a few "ah-ha" moments when things really started to click.

          Even if my first sniper site is a flop, I will keep making them until I get it right. The most I have to lose is the cost of a domain name.

          I also agree that George seems like a pretty neat kind of guy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Doiron
    I think Mike Iser's site describes his progress with an adsense system - adsense sniper. Not the same thing as Google Sniper.
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    • Profile picture of the author cgallagher93
      Hi Jared,

      I used his system in a roundabout way for promoting Affiliate Jump which I made a few sales from. In fairness, I could have done much better had I put in some more effort but it was just a test for me to prove that the method worked.

      I created my own system for achieving and sustaining SE rankings too and sort of combined the two for my new sniper site. Please don't accuse me of building back-links or trying to get traffic but feel free to take a look at it if you like...

      TweetGlide Blog

      The great thing is that there's plenty of room for many 'snipers' which is pretty cool. I don't know how many copies George is releasing but either way if you implement it and genuinely put in some initial effort, it should work for you.

      Hope this helps,

      Connor
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    • Profile picture of the author mario_a
      Originally Posted by Doiron View Post

      I think Mike Iser's site describes his progress with an adsense system - adsense sniper. Not the same thing as Google Sniper.
      He is trying out XFactor's Adsense sniper system at the moment, but most of his Clickbank sales have come from sniper sites setup using George Brown's system.

      Read the earlier posts on his blog, and this will be clear.

      Regards,
      Mario
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      • Profile picture of the author gpower2
        I both use Google Sniper and promote it. The Warrior forum has some of the best tools online for internet marketers and GS is no exception. This place is literally a goldmine.

        Since I started using GS, I currently have almost 100 Google Sniper sites up as I write this, and I would say a good 75% of them make me sales pretty much every day. I was even lucky enough to be one of the beta testers when George released GS and you will see me on The GS sales page when it's relaunched in a few days.

        The best thing about all of this is that George M Brown is now a good friend of mine.

        Hope this helps,

        Gary
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        • Profile picture of the author MCDavies
          I just found out about this and checked out his first video. It seems too good to be true. But I am on the edge of my seat with this one, as I am very interested in building sites that can get good rankings.

          Can't wait to see his next video where he actually shows us how to build a site.

          I wonder what the cost would involve. Anyone care to guess?
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          • Profile picture of the author CurtisN
            Originally Posted by MCDavies View Post

            I just found out about this and checked out his first video. It seems too good to be true. But I am on the edge of my seat with this one, as I am very interested in building sites that can get good rankings.

            Can't wait to see his next video where he actually shows us how to build a site.

            I wonder what the cost would involve. Anyone care to guess?
            I hope George doesn't mind me revealing this, but the cost can be between $0 and $15. On the high end of that range, you'll be buying a more expensive domain extension + hosting; on the low end, you'll be using free sites.

            Any further costs you incur will be totally up to you.
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      • Profile picture of the author rcjcal09
        I was a complete newbie, but his step-by-step approach to teaching the process of setting up a simple site to earn money on autopilot was very helpful. Before, I was just hung up on all the systems out there, but George's system was very simple and taught actionable steps rather than ideas. I would recommend it for younger affiliate marketers, which will help you jump start your career.
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        • Profile picture of the author mkayius
          Nobody from the latest buyers can confirm that they started using the system and actually made some money?
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          • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
            Originally Posted by mkayius View Post

            Nobody from the latest buyers can confirm that they started using the system and actually made some money?
            I'm not promoting this product as an affiliate so take this for what it's worth...

            People that are making money with it are not going to seek this thread out to comment on it...

            You'll find 3 kinds of people in these types of threads.

            1. Those with some sort of interest in the product - Either they are promoting it or they are friends of Georges.

            2. People that are not making any money

            3. Fresh people that want to share their experience

            The ones that have had success are hammering out more sites, not looking for a place to post about it.

            Jeremy
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            • Profile picture of the author Chris Koltai
              Originally Posted by Jeremy Kelsall View Post

              I'm not promoting this product as an affiliate so take this for what it's worth...

              People that are making money with it are not going to seek this thread out to comment on it...

              You'll find 3 kinds of people in these types of threads.

              1. Those with some sort of interest in the product - Either they are promoting it or they are friends of Georges.

              2. People that are not making any money

              3. Fresh people that want to share their experience

              The ones that have had success are hammering out more sites, not looking for a place to post about it.

              Jeremy
              I respectfully disagree, Jeremy. I quit my job using the Google Sniper system. It forms the bulk of my current income, and I've modified it to tackle tougher keywords with higher traffic as well. For full disclosure's sake, yes, I am promoting it, but I've never so much as referenced my site let alone linked to it. As a side note, it's the only internet marketing product I'm promoting, and it's likely to stay that way until I compile enough quality information to release a product of my own.

              I come to this forum to refresh my brain, see what others are working on, and help people out. I could hammer out sites all day and rapidly expand my income, sure, but 1 or 2 new sites a week is more than enough to keep the money flowing in.

              Obviously, I can't speak for anyone else in the thread, but IMO the allegation that no one making money with the system would seek out this thread to comment on it is just as baseless as the oft-repeated suggestion that no one making money off of a system would sell it as a WSO.
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              • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
                Originally Posted by Chris Koltai View Post

                I respectfully disagree, Jeremy. I quit my job using the Google Sniper system. It forms the bulk of my current income, and I've modified it to tackle tougher keywords with higher traffic as well. For full disclosure's sake, yes, I am promoting it, but I've never so much as referenced my site let alone linked to it. As a side note, it's the only internet marketing product I'm promoting, and it's likely to stay that way until I compile enough quality information to release a product of my own.

                I come to this forum to refresh my brain, see what others are working on, and help people out. I could hammer out sites all day and rapidly expand my income, sure, but 1 or 2 new sites a week is more than enough to keep the money flowing in.

                Obviously, I can't speak for anyone else in the thread, but IMO the allegation that no one making money with the system would seek out this thread to comment on it is just as baseless as the oft-repeated suggestion that no one making money off of a system would sell it as a WSO.
                Well.....

                There are not many comments in this thread from people making money, considering the number of comments here.

                I didn't say that noone was making money, because I know they are...

                My point is, you're not going to see 100's of people flock to this thread to say they are making money....which we havn't...unless I missed something.
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                • Profile picture of the author Chris Koltai
                  Originally Posted by Jeremy Kelsall View Post

                  Well.....

                  There are not many comments in this thread from people making money, considering the number of comments here.

                  I didn't say that noone was making money, because I know they are...

                  My point is, you're not going to see 100's of people flock to this thread to say they are making money....which we havn't...unless I missed something.
                  Fair enough. Just pointing out that there are exceptions to the rule
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                  • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
                    Originally Posted by Chris Koltai View Post

                    Fair enough. Just pointing out that there are exceptions to the rule
                    Agreed

                    I just wanted to clarify, because I thought that you might have interpreted my comment to mean that people were not making money with Sniper...I know several people who are...but, they are not posting here.
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                    • Profile picture of the author lonicera
                      Hi,
                      I've bought gsniper a month ago.
                      I have now 4 sniper sites up and ranking, and I've made JUST 1 SALE for some hemorrhoid cure system.
                      The sites have very low traffic.

                      About Georges sites that are 1st on google... did anyone notice how many backlinks they have? although George claims that the sites rank well without them, all of his sites that we know about have at least 300 backlinks.

                      www.groomweddingspeech.org is his site an has 396 backlinks on google.

                      the site mentioned above is somebodys copy/paste of george's work..
                      too bad to see that there is so many copying around..
                      for example.. I've put up a site promoting Google terminator... and a week later I find two sites with my exact content on them.. they didn't even bother to change the text just a little bit..
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                      • Profile picture of the author MadMax8779
                        Hey, whatsup all, Quick question about ranking for your site. I set-up my first sniper site last night and had it indexed and ranked on page #1 position 8. Im not satisfied with that position and would like to hit top 5. I created the site to a "T" like the manual said. I created the site up till part 3, waited for it to get indexed, and then i went ahead and put in my youtube video along with the 'useful article' and a Load of backlinking. Im wondering if the amount of backlinking i did for the site actually hurt its rank.:confused: Only becuase i did so much so quickly. And also is this the Final Rank i should expect to see for the site?? Its only 1 day old and i kno most sites take a couple days to index and rank, so should i wait and see if it moves up? Thanks

                        P.S. I also forgot to mention that the competition at the top looks like something that my site should be able to outrank, I.E forums and such
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                        • Profile picture of the author Chris Koltai
                          Originally Posted by MadMax8779 View Post

                          Hey, whatsup all, Quick question about ranking for your site. I set-up my first sniper site last night and had it indexed and ranked on page #1 position 8. Im not satisfied with that position and would like to hit top 5. I created the site to a "T" like the manual said. I created the site up till part 3, waited for it to get indexed, and then i went ahead and put in my youtube video along with the 'useful article' and a Load of backlinking. Im wondering if the amount of backlinking i did for the site actually hurt its rank.:confused: Only becuase i did so much so quickly. And also is this the Final Rank i should expect to see for the site?? Its only 1 day old and i kno most sites take a couple days to index and rank, so should i wait and see if it moves up? Thanks

                          P.S. I also forgot to mention that the competition at the top looks like something that my site should be able to outrank, I.E forums and such
                          Have you checked the number of backlinks for the sites you're competing against in Yahoo site explorer? Are they optimized for the keywords? Even forum posts can be optimized (albeit unintentionally) if the keyword is in the thread title and content.

                          Your final rank is wherever you are willing to let it settle. If your competition is weak enough, building links should get you to the top 3, which from my experience are the only positions that make any money worth discussing.

                          And no, building backlinks wouldn't have hurt your ranking. The more likely scenario is that Google hasn't counted those backlinks yet.

                          Originally Posted by lonicera View Post

                          Hi,
                          I've bought gsniper a month ago.
                          I have now 4 sniper sites up and ranking, and I've made JUST 1 SALE for some hemorrhoid cure system.
                          The sites have very low traffic.

                          About Georges sites that are 1st on google... did anyone notice how many backlinks they have? although George claims that the sites rank well without them, all of his sites that we know about have at least 300 backlinks.

                          www.groomweddingspeech.org is his site an has 396 backlinks on google.

                          the site mentioned above is somebodys copy/paste of george's work..
                          too bad to see that there is so many copying around..
                          for example.. I've put up a site promoting Google terminator... and a week later I find two sites with my exact content on them.. they didn't even bother to change the text just a little bit..
                          Not sure how long you've been doing IM for, but starting with a brand new system and getting your first sale in a month is pretty good. As far as the traffic, you'll get better at selecting keywords and you'll start ranking higher naturally.

                          I've been doing Google Sniper sites since George first put it out as a WSO, and my success rate at the start was terrible. Of my first 10 sites, only 4 made any money. Now, I can't even remember the last time I built a site and didn't have it land on page 1. Patience and the willingness to learn from your mistakes are absolutely key in this business.

                          As far as the backlinking, sometimes you get 1st spot naturally, other times you have to push for it if you want it. Another thing to consider is that if you can get first spot with zero links, all it takes is the same level of optimization plus a backlink or two, and then another sniper's got your spot. I build a ton of backlinks just because I don't want to lose my position (and one of my sources of income) to another internet marketer. It's a lot easier once you have money to funnel into outsourcers or automation software.

                          Originally Posted by Jeremy Kelsall View Post

                          Agreed

                          I just wanted to clarify, because I thought that you might have interpreted my comment to mean that people were not making money with Sniper...I know several people who are...but, they are not posting here.
                          No worries man. Just didn't want people to get the wrong idea is all.
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  • Profile picture of the author Amir.S
    Hi guys this is not a unique concept. It has been around for ages, he says going for key words that have a lower then ***** competion ! This will get you some money words but most of the money words are ALWAYS higger then ***** much higher.
    You can rank for them but you need to back link, there are no short cuts guys, you have to work if you want big pay days.

    to your success,
    Amir .S
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  • Profile picture of the author Zach Booker
    Of course it's not a unique concept.

    But loads of people couldn't figure it out by themselves or would just get confused by other products.

    I'm not sure he'd appreciate you giving away a core part of the "strategy". But since we're on it anyway I can find you tons of keywords with less than 10,000 competing pages that will get you 50-100 visitors a day.

    Will you make a sale a day? Maybe...maybe not.

    But most likely you will make at least a sale a week. Now find 50 similar keywords and you're certainly on your way.

    I've talked to George quite a few times before and he hasn't done anything differently than what he's outlined in the course.

    Zach

    P.S- You don't have to rank for 'acne' or '****' to make the monies...
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    • Profile picture of the author theredcell
      I purchased Google Sniper some time ago and it opened my eyes to different ways
      of promoting products, conducting keyword research with a slightly different mindset, and modifying some of my current tactics. I will agree with Zach that you shouldn't discuss what's in the core of the system because that's for George to do.

      What I can say is this, its definitely worth the money and if you are a beginner or intermediate. How many internet marketing systems have you purchased, or heard of that contained everything related to making money. If such a system were created, guys like Frank Kern and Jeff Walker would only have one shot to sell to us.

      I guess what I am getting at is you should find a few gold nuggets in this product that you can add to your toolbox and help you become a better marketer. Once you buy the product however, implement what's contained and chart your progress. I think you'll be surprised how effective this system is.

      Jose
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      • Profile picture of the author helenaUK
        Originally Posted by theredcell View Post

        I purchased Google Sniper some time ago and it opened my eyes to different ways
        of promoting products, conducting keyword research with a slightly different mindset, and modifying some of my current tactics. I will agree with Zach that you shouldn't discuss what's in the core of the system because that's for George to do.

        What I can say is this, its definitely worth the money and if you are a beginner or intermediate. How many internet marketing systems have you purchased, or heard of that contained everything related to making money. If such a system were created, guys like Frank Kern and Jeff Walker would only have one shot to sell to us.

        I guess what I am getting at is you should find a few gold nuggets in this product that you can add to your toolbox and help you become a better marketer. Once you buy the product however, implement what's contained and chart your progress. I think you'll be surprised how effective this system is.

        Jose

        That says it all! I like your summing up.
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    • Profile picture of the author Amir.S
      Originally Posted by Zach Booker View Post

      Of course it's not a unique concept.

      But loads of people couldn't figure it out by themselves or would just get confused by other products.

      I'm not sure he'd appreciate you giving away a core part of the "strategy". But since we're on it anyway I can find you tons of keywords with less than 10,000 competing pages that will get you 50-100 visitors a day.

      Will you make a sale a day? Maybe...maybe not.

      But most likely you will make at least a sale a week. Now find 50 similar keywords and you're certainly on your way.

      I've talked to George quite a few times before and he hasn't done anything differently than what he's outlined in the course.

      Zach

      P.S- You don't have to rank for 'acne' or '****' to make the monies...
      Hey sorry perhaps I was bit too harsh, I didn't give away a core part of the "strategy", he tells you this in his FREE videos. ( I have gone in and edited my post anyway )
      The only reason why I got a bit upset was because he made it out like it was such a new concept that only he new, so natuarlly I jumped for the NEW information, but unfortunately not what it says on the tin.
      It's still good for any one who doesnt know this method.
      I have no ill will for the guy, hey hes from my home land UK so I would back him all the way, just a bit misleading other wise I'm sure the product WILL get you some income on autopilot. All I was hinting at was if you want to make a huge amount of cash you need to back link to rank for the more competitive keywords.

      P.S. theredcell there are programmes out there that explain this method "Niche Profit Classroom" being one of them they call it "Money Matrix".
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  • Profile picture of the author secretjustin
    Yeah I agree with Amir, I also have google sniper from before. Nothing new but for people who have no clue, it's going to give them the boost they need to start doing something instead of wasting away for hours on hours contemplating on the perfect setup and never actually doing anything.

    I'm wondering if he will have some newer tactics this time around, but I probably won't check it out if it doesn't look like it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Franck Silvestre
    Google sniper isn't a new thing as said above, but the guy did a very good job and explained exactly HOW to do it.

    Anyone following this system should make money, and this works in any niche. Just be careful when you make review with the latest FTC stuff.

    Plus I would add, this is a good thing to outsource. Let someone build x number of sites for you and you have several hundreds dollars coming in every single month on autopilot.

    All the best,
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  • Profile picture of the author Amir.S
    Thanks for the support guys, I thought I was onlt one that saw the weak points in this.
    This is a great system don't get me wrong, but and there is a but, and it's a big one. There are predators out there on the internet ( like me ) so don't fall a victim of where the hunter becomes the hunted.

    Let me explain, I love to go in and rip apart one page sites, and take over, I do it all the time. If your not putting in the time to backlink or build link wheels then a predator like me will wack up a site in wrodpress get a link wheel going and out rank you to get the traffic.

    This is a business so treat it like one, and put in the time. You will be glad you did as it will pay you back for a very long time to come.

    to your success,
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    • Profile picture of the author manddd
      Originally Posted by Amir.S View Post

      Thanks for the support guys, I thought I was onlt one that saw the weak points in this.
      This is a great system don't get me wrong, but and there is a but, and it's a big one. There are predators out there on the internet ( like me ) so don't fall a victim of where the hunter becomes the hunted.

      Let me explain, I love to go in and rip apart one page sites, and take over, I do it all the time. If your not putting in the time to backlink or build link wheels then a predator like me will wack up a site in wrodpress get a link wheel going and out rank you to get the traffic.

      This is a business so treat it like one, and put in the time. You will be glad you did as it will pay you back for a very long time to come.

      to your success,
      Amir .S
      Hi Amir,
      would you care to elaborate re the link wheels?
      Please?
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      • Profile picture of the author Franck Silvestre
        In a nutshell, a link wheel is getting links from other web 2.0 platforms towards your main website. the end results is a serious boost in your rankings.

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        Originally Posted by manddd View Post

        Hi Amir,
        would you care to elaborate re the link wheels?
        Please?
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        • Profile picture of the author Mark-Dickenson
          I find it to be a very good system

          Some of my most successful sites are Google Sniper hybrids. I just went after more competitive keywords than George recommends

          Linkwheels are WAAAY over rated btw

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          • Profile picture of the author Cackle
            I think it's a good product, it does require a good amount of work. Definitely not a get rich quick thing if that's what you are looking for. He does go into a lot of detail that I don't normally see in ebooks.

            However, I was a bit disappointed with the videos' as the sound quality was horrendous. I had to lean in to my speakers at full volume to hear him. I don't have that problem with other videos. Also, George was less accessible than he claimed he would be if we had further questions. And for the price of the ebook, I didn't think I was asking too much with two questions. He did get back to me on one question, I should say in all fairness, but on my second (and last)...he didn't respond to my emails or PM to follow-up...so I gave up trying to contact him. And that left a bad taste in my mouth. That being said, I still think it is a quality ebook.
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        • Profile picture of the author Amir.S
          Originally Posted by manddd View Post

          Hi Amir,
          would you care to elaborate re the link wheels?
          Please?
          Sure no worries I'll try my best. Picture a bicycle wheel in your head and I dont mean BMX wheel, although I guess that would work as well.
          So you have the rim with all the spokes going to the hub in the center, you have that pictured?

          Now the hub is your "money site" and you use your keyword that you want to rank for in the SERPS on all the other web 2.0 sites as ancher text pointing back to your "money site" AND to each other.

          Thus giving you a boost and you move up in Google, as when Google spider comes along and finds your web 2.0 site and then follows the links ( which are going in a loop only breaking off to point to your "money site". I think you can only imagine what Google will think about your "money site"

          Why do link wheels work well Google loves web 2.0 sites and visits them often, I think every 10 mins or sec I cant remember now. Through in some videos on the sites link youtube etc... and oh my!

          For 1 of my money sites I dominate the first page of google I have 6 results on there.

          I hope I was able to explain my self, it's really not as hard as it sounds if you still dont understand, just ask and I'll be happy to go over anything you didnt get.

          That will be $49.97 thanks

          to your success,
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  • "I think it's a good product, it does require a good amount of work. Definitely not a get rich quick thing if that's what you are looking for."

    It´s sold as something that can make you rich quick. Here´s the problem. I vought Google Sniper a while ago but did not try it. Because I´m using the IPK minisite formula and there was not so much difference. So I just went on with what I was doing.

    IPK works for me (and therefore Google Sniper probably will also work), in the meaning that I did make some money and still do from these sites.

    But there are some problems. George says to look for keywords with around 3,000 visitors a month. Since the Google keyword tool is for Adwords and not for SEO, and these numbers are not only from Google Search, one can only expect 300 visitors when it says 3,000. There are some exceptions but in general I think one cannot expect more than 10%.

    300 visitors is not very much and it requires a good amount to get to the first page and stay there. These are keywords people use to write articles for EZA and others. Keywords they need EZA´s PR6 for to rank on the first page.

    As I mentioned I make some money from these sites, but is it worth all the trouble? To make one of these sites and make enough backlinks I need at least 1 month. Good keywords, keywords from niches were the money is, can be quite difficult and require even more work.

    At first it seems great. You are really making some money. But in the long run I see some logistic problems. Can I just make more and more from these sites? Is it a problem if I have too many websites in my webmaster tools account? A good site makes me about 100 Euro (about $ 120) a month. But I need to give them new backlinks on a regular base. The more sites I make the more backlinks I have to make. At some point I will reach my limit. Making new sites is a lot of work and not all are profitable. Meaning I did a lot of work for nothing.

    Therefore I think it´s better to make larger sites. With these minisites you always start all over again. If I make a large site, start with 10 pages for instance, make backlinks and so on, the site gets some PR. New pages will profit from this PR and will rank easier, faster and with less work. So I think it´s better to select a niche with plenty of usable keywords and build larger sites.
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  • Hey! cool thread

    First thanks to everyone for the great feedback, really enjoying the prelaunch so far and glad to be providing some cool free value...

    Amir though, I think you miss the whole point of Google Sniper... Do you even have the product? And for someone with 20 posts (like half of which being replying to this thread for some reason...) you seem like someone who seems to *really* know what he's talking about.

    Link wheels are WAY overated number one.

    And no you don't need any backlinks to rank in Google, you're wrong again there.

    I, and other snipers regularly enter completely new markets and outrank all the "hunters" as you say with their link wheels and weak backlinks from free directories etc.

    Before saying if what I teach is anything new or not, I would question who you are, and just what kind of "authority" you are on the subject of SEO. Or have you just read a lot of courses?

    The point of Google Sniper is that it's easy. It's simple. And it works incredibly well. Just take a look at the original WSO thread. http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...-must-see.html

    You seem like a nice guy Amir, prepared to offer advice etc but perhaps here is not the place... The OP just wanted reviews of Google Sniper.

    P.S. Sorry if I come across as a bit moody today, but I would like to know just what authority you have.

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    • Profile picture of the author Amir.S
      Originally Posted by George Montagu Brown View Post


      Before saying if what I teach is anything new or not, I would question who you are, and just what kind of "authority" you are on the subject of SEO. Or have you just read a lot of courses?

      George
      Hi George,

      I don't know why it has come across as I don't like your course. Which is not right, it's great information and anyone who takes action on it will make money like I have said before. The ONLY problem I had was you said in your free video for the relaunch "even if your the most jaded super affiliate I guarantee you will find something new here". Well I love new info, Knowledge is power, but after going through the whole video I didn't find any new info I already knew this concept from SEO wiz Dr. Andy Williams.

      I dont know all the SEO stuff out there, just passing on the info that I know and has worked for me over the time.

      lol, no I dont have any "authority" on SEO, I'm just a student in the IM industry and still learning, been marketing online for just under 2 years now, and have only now started to make any real money with CPA and Click Bank products, before this I was a power seller on eBay.

      Also the link wheel concept I learnt from Howie Schwartz I think he was the one who kicked it off, but don't quote me on that. All I'm saying there is if you also build a link wheel ( which doesnt take long at all by the way ) please note the keyword "also" which means apply your said method along with a link wheel you will gain a significant amount of Link Juice and PR to your money site.

      No hard feelings mate, Jared wanted a review so I through my 2 pence worth in of an unbiased review of what I think so far.

      Best regards.

      Amir .S
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      • Profile picture of the author MCDavies
        I just saw his latest video where he reveals more about the program itself. He does make it clear that it takes a bit of work just following the steps to build each site. At first it could take approximately 4-5 hours, then once you get the hang of it, takes 2-3 hours for each site.

        The important thing is to have a product that sells easily and the sales copy needs to be good. Then it's traffic and conversion which are the two most important aspect of making money online. If I can do this, I am gold.

        Also the price: $77 plus a $37 monthly membership

        It should be ready by 12 EST tomorrow.

        When I get my own copy I should be able to give my own review of it.
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        • Profile picture of the author ladyniche
          I have a question. Can you apply his methods to sites you already have running? And.... I already am part of the Instant Niche Maker program, so I have my wordpress sites ready to go. Is that a problem, or will that still work with Google Sniper?
          Thanks,
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    • Profile picture of the author Russell Hall
      Originally Posted by Gitonga View Post

      Your Product Google sniper sound great.
      Can the tactics you are selling in this product be of any use to a 6 month old blog with a page rank of 1?

      Will it help me grow my traffic in the make money online niche?

      Kindly let me know of this before i buy to minimize on refund requests.

      With Kind Regards
      Morris
      The whole point of the Sniper system is to set up multiple blogs/sites and not to rely on 1, 2, or 6,... create 50 or 100 or more and work on the law of averages and accept a level of natural attrition.
      If you already have one site with Google Page 1 that's great,.. are you in the top 3 results? If not then you could perhaps use some of the Sniper strategy to improve P1 position.
      The other question is,.. your site may be on GP1 but is it ranking for a buying keyword phrase? "Make Money Online" is a very competitive market,.. I'd suggest you need more than a micro-niche focus with that,- you need a strategy to go along with it to bring wallets out of pockets and get genuine optins to lists, which in the MMO niche is no easy task!
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  • Profile picture of the author cgallagher93
    Hi Michael,

    Just wanted to give you a bit of insight into the product. In all honesty, you can't build a decent site in 4-5 hours straight if you want to make any serious money.

    As we all know, Google prefers content to be updated on a regular basis and I tend to spread the post of content to my sniper site over a period of 7-10 days. This gives Google the impression that the site is more natural and is consistently updated, resulting in a higher SE ranking.

    What I will say is that the more time and effort you invest into building your sites, the more money you're going to make - it's as simple as that!

    The idea is to build up a wealth of sites that make on average between $300-$600 a month. But like I said, with a bit of effort you can achieve much more than that.

    I've also found that George's claims of NO backlinks isn't entirely true. I've done a bit of research and many of his sites do have a small number of backlinks albeit you can see he's not exactly spent months writing articles or anything like that.

    Overall, I think Google Sniper is a really cool product. All I will say is if you want to make this work, you need to work at it. Furthermore, if you believe this is a get rich quich scheme, you're wrong.

    If you want to make some money, I'd advise staggering your site content over an extended period of a week or so. The sites are built using Wordpress, so you could consider making one post a day.

    It's up to you. All I will say is that Google Sniper is NOT for people looking to make a quick buck and it's not for people looking to put in a half-hearted effort. I know George has put a lot of work into the development of Google Sniper and I wouldn't like to think that a ton of losers bought it and then refunded because "it involved work".

    Thanks,

    Connor

    P.S. Good luck to everyone who buys today!
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    • Profile picture of the author Scott Stevens
      Originally Posted by cgallagher93 View Post

      It's up to you. All I will say is that Google Sniper is NOT for people looking to make a quick buck and it's not for people looking to put in a half-hearted effort. I know George has put a lot of work into the development of Google Sniper and I wouldn't like to think that a ton of losers bought it and then refunded because "it involved work".
      Right on.

      I've no doubt people will be making a lot of money with this product. And some may even earn a fortune. But this ain't no onesy, twosy thing. It may take people a few sites to find good niches and then good affiliate products to promote - I.E., products that convert well when you're throwing traffic at them with your sniper sites.

      I think good, solid success will be reserved for those that go the extra mile. I remember a few years ago when people were making easy money throwing up tonnes of rubbish AdSense sites in the 'blog and ping' era. It wasn't too long before Google buried all those sites and cancelled all their Google accounts. I know because I was one of them.

      Thankfully, this course looks like it's not promoting the building of spammy sites, so I think George has it covered. I would just recommend folks go a bit further with their sites. For those sites that start working, go back and improve them. Make them stand out from the other sites by adding an email form, multimedia, some backlinks, more posts and pages, etc. So when Google starts getting swamped with thousands of 3 page WP blogs all looking the same, yours will be the sites left standing.

      But hey, I could be wrong. Anyway, needless to say, I'll be checking it out ;-)

      If it's as good as it looks, George, I'll buy you a drink in Toko next time I'm down in sunny Bournemouth ;-)

      Enjoy the launch!

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    • Profile picture of the author MCDavies
      Originally Posted by cgallagher93 View Post

      Hi Michael,

      Just wanted to give you a bit of insight into the product. In all honesty, you can't build a decent site in 4-5 hours straight if you want to make any serious money.

      As we all know, Google prefers content to be updated on a regular basis and I tend to spread the post of content to my sniper site over a period of 7-10 days. This gives Google the impression that the site is more natural and is consistently updated, resulting in a higher SE ranking.

      What I will say is that the more time and effort you invest into building your sites, the more money you're going to make - it's as simple as that!

      The idea is to build up a wealth of sites that make on average between $300-$600 a month. But like I said, with a bit of effort you can achieve much more than that.

      I've also found that George's claims of NO backlinks isn't entirely true. I've done a bit of research and many of his sites do have a small number of backlinks albeit you can see he's not exactly spent months writing articles or anything like that.

      Overall, I think Google Sniper is a really cool product. All I will say is if you want to make this work, you need to work at it. Furthermore, if you believe this is a get rich quich scheme, you're wrong.

      If you want to make some money, I'd advise staggering your site content over an extended period of a week or so. The sites are built using Wordpress, so you could consider making one post a day.

      It's up to you. All I will say is that Google Sniper is NOT for people looking to make a quick buck and it's not for people looking to put in a half-hearted effort. I know George has put a lot of work into the development of Google Sniper and I wouldn't like to think that a ton of losers bought it and then refunded because "it involved work".

      Thanks,

      Connor

      P.S. Good luck to everyone who buys today!
      Hey Connor,

      Thanks for your input on this. I'm sure it takes a good amount of consistent work and there is no magic bullet for making money online. I am going to allow myself a full weekend to build my first site and make sure it is done the same way George built his.

      All the Best,
      Michael
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  • Profile picture of the author cgallagher93
    Scotty,

    Couldn't agree with you more. Having said that, this principle applies in all areas of Internet Marketing. To all those that may be buying this in the hope that it's something different, I just want to say one thing...

    If you're going to buy it, make sure you use it. In my first six months of IM I tried everything. I've got more than enough products in my office to open up an eBay store! The point is, if you're not actually going to go that extra mile, you ain't gonna make any money.

    Find one thing you like that works and stick at it. If you have the determination and you're looking for a genuine way to make money, I'd say go for it. Oh and just because all the "big boys" are promoting it, don't let it put you off - George is a decent guy!
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  • Profile picture of the author petriellog2
    Wow some of these reviews are pretty interesting. Thanks for everyone's input. I just bought it today and will spend this weekend working on my first website.

    Thanks, Petriellog2
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  • Profile picture of the author JackLypka
    Bought the Google Sniper and am disappointed for two reasons:

    1) Automatically registered for a $37/month product that I'm not really sure what it is (if it's the Sniper itself, I'll be getting a quick refund).

    2) Taken to another sales page immediately after buying, which pretty much suggests that I "have to" buy these videos of a webinar for $97 to get the full experience of the Sniper, that I'd be "crazy" to not take this deal that won't get released to the general public.

    Haven't even glanced at the product but automatically have a pretty sour taste in my mouth.
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    • Profile picture of the author JNFerree
      Originally Posted by JackLypka View Post

      Bought the Google Sniper and am disappointed for two reasons:

      1) Automatically registered for a $37/month product that I'm not really sure what it is (if it's the Sniper itself, I'll be getting a quick refund).

      2) Taken to another sales page immediately after buying, which pretty much suggests that I "have to" buy these videos of a webinar for $97 to get the full experience of the Sniper, that I'd be "crazy" to not take this deal that won't get released to the general public.

      Haven't even glanced at the product but automatically have a pretty sour taste in my mouth.
      If Google Sniper is such a strong IM offering, I'm wondering WHY its Gravity score on Clickbank is a mere 2 (typos an all)

      6) George Brown's Google Sniper - Huge $214 Per Sale. The Exact Affiliate System That Makes $15,455.91 A Month On 100% Autopilot. Converts Like Crazy. 2 Upsells Plus Recurring Commisions For Life. This Is A Monster. Promote This And Earn More. More Info At: $/sale: $35.11 | Future $: - | Total $/sale: $35.11 | %/sale: 50.0% | %refd: 100.0% | grav: 2.00

      The webinar by Brian J. and J. Jones (AdSense Masters eCourse) seems to have a VERY similar model (itty bitty sites, auto pilot profits)

      I suspect George sourced a rock star copywriter to produce his well penned sales page content, coz its very well done. I know I couldn't write that strong of a sales letter when I was 18. After watching a couple of YT vids, I was surprised to see the guy who claims to be the #1 GS affiliate only has an Alexa rank of 6.2 million?

      I've met quite a few nice guys on the WF, but that doesn't mean I'd buy their IM product, even if their sales page had all the right stuff.

      Net/Net -- a little homework goes a long way nowadays.
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      • Originally Posted by JNFerree View Post

        If Google Sniper is such a strong IM offering, I'm wondering WHY its Gravity score on Clickbank is a mere 2 (typos an all)

        6) George Brown's Google Sniper - Huge $214 Per Sale. The Exact Affiliate System That Makes $15,455.91 A Month On 100% Autopilot. Converts Like Crazy. 2 Upsells Plus Recurring Commisions For Life. This Is A Monster. Promote This And Earn More. More Info At: $/sale: $35.11 | Future $: - | Total $/sale: $35.11 | %/sale: 50.0% | %refd: 100.0% | grav: 2.00

        The webinar by Brian J. and J. Jones (AdSense Masters eCourse) seems to have a VERY similar model (itty bitty sites, auto pilot profits)

        I suspect George sourced a rock star copywriter to produce his well penned sales page content, coz its very well done. I know I couldn't write that strong of a sales letter when I was 18. After watching a couple of YT vids, I was surprised to see the guy who claims to be the #1 GS affiliate only has an Alexa rank of 6.2 million?

        I've met quite a few nice guys on the WF, but that doesn't mean I'd buy their IM product, even if their sales page had all the right stuff.

        Net/Net -- a little homework goes a long way nowadays.

        Gravity only updates once a day :-) I suggest you check out tommorow.
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        • Profile picture of the author Amy Hainz
          I received several e-mails about Google Sniper today and read the sales page at least 3 times.

          It did seem to good to be true, but I got extremely excited and even left work 45 minutes early so I could come home and purchase it. From the video and all the positive reviews, it looks like it will work.

          I have started reading the e-book and hoping for the best. I am excited to see what all I can learn from him.
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        • Profile picture of the author derh
          Hey George,

          I love your product but I do not want the $37 a month membership to the club. I have been trying to get it canceled but nobody from your support team will respond. I've left 3 request over the last week and a half!

          What's going on here man? What do I need to do to get it canceled?

          Thanks
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          • Profile picture of the author Amitywill
            Originally Posted by derh View Post

            Hey George,

            I love your product but I do not want the $37 a month membership to the club. I have been trying to get it canceled but nobody from your support team will respond. I've left 3 request over the last week and a half!

            What's going on here man? What do I need to do to get it canceled?

            Thanks
            derhul
            Go to clickbank and cancel it there.- - ClickBank

            Enter in all the details on that page and you'll be able to cancel it after that.
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      • Originally Posted by JNFerree View Post


        I suspect George sourced a rock star copywriter to produce his well penned sales page content, coz its very well done. I know I couldn't write that strong of a sales letter when I was 18.
        Tell me about it! I'd like to have his copy writer on speed dial. In the videos his partner Alex says that he really is that good. Maybe he is the next John Carlton. (Well except for Jack's experience of course )
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  • Profile picture of the author cgallagher93
    Jack, don't worry.

    The $37/month membership is to the fantastic George's Club, where George takes you behind the scenes of his internet business and shows you everything he does and why. Don't worry, you'll love it!

    Secondly, the second sales page is what's called an upsell. This is based upon the proven concept that people are most likely to buy again once they already have their credit card out and have bought something already!

    Don't worry, it's just a "hypey" sales letter that will AID your success with Google Sniper. However, it won't hinder your success if you don't buy it!

    Hope this answers your questions,

    Connor :-)
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    • Profile picture of the author JackLypka
      Originally Posted by cgallagher93 View Post

      Jack, don't worry.

      The $37/month membership is to the fantastic George's Club, where George takes you behind the scenes of his internet business and shows you everything he does and why. Don't worry, you'll love it!

      Secondly, the second sales page is what's called an upsell. This is based upon the proven concept that people are most likely to buy again once they already have their credit card out and have bought something already!

      Don't worry, it's just a "hypey" sales letter that will AID your success with Google Sniper. However, it won't hinder your success if you don't buy it!

      Hope this answers your questions,

      Connor :-)
      Connor,

      If I wanted to be a part of "George's Club", I would sign up myself. I don't appreciate being automatically put on a subscription-based product that costs me $37/month. This tactic is of questionable ethics, at best.

      And I know what an "upsell" is. Problem with "upselling" in this case is that the product I'm directed to after the initial purchase is more expensive than the product that I had just bought. That sounds more like cross-selling than up-selling, to me. And what did that to to the perceived value of the actual Google Sniper? Down, down, down.

      All I can say is that I hope it's an excellent product (the Sniper).
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      • Profile picture of the author Antony103
        what were you upsold?
        Originally Posted by JackLypka View Post

        Connor,

        If I wanted to be a part of "George's Club", I would sign up myself. I don't appreciate being automatically put on a subscription-based product that costs me $37/month. This tactic is of questionable ethics, at best.

        And I know what an "upsell" is. Problem with "upselling" in this case is that the product I'm directed to after the initial purchase is more expensive than the product that I had just bought. That sounds more like cross-selling than up-selling, to me. And what did that to to the perceived value of the actual Google Sniper? Down, down, down.

        All I can say is that I hope it's an excellent product (the Sniper).
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      • Profile picture of the author robyrobertson
        Originally Posted by JackLypka View Post

        Connor,

        If I wanted to be a part of "George's Club", I would sign up myself. I don't appreciate being automatically put on a subscription-based product that costs me $37/month. This tactic is of questionable ethics, at best.

        And I know what an "upsell" is. Problem with "upselling" in this case is that the product I'm directed to after the initial purchase is more expensive than the product that I had just bought. That sounds more like cross-selling than up-selling, to me. And what did that to to the perceived value of the actual Google Sniper? Down, down, down.

        All I can say is that I hope it's an excellent product (the Sniper).
        Hey Jack. Just bought the product and I am pumped about it. I got the upsell page as well but the price of the second product was less than sniper. Maybe the price has been reduced since your purchase. Also, I was not real interested in being a member either so I immediately sent an email to the support email address asking to be removed. No worries...
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    • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
      Originally Posted by cgallagher93 View Post

      This is based upon the proven concept that people are most likely to buy again once they already have their credit card out and have bought something already!
      The only thing it is "proven" to do is p*ss people off.

      I'm off to get a refund now and here are my reasons why.

      1. Potentially misleading information - (quote from the manual) Privacy Policy - Half the time my policy's (sic) don't even make sense. Really just scrape something together..."

      WTF!!! The privacy policy has LEGAL implications, do not "scrape something together". Eric Giguere (a WF member) has a PP plugin that is fully compliant. Do a search for "Giguere privacy policy plugin" and install that. Never, never, never "scrape something together".

      2. Definite misleading information - the use of gravity to determine if a Clickbank product converts well. There are numerous posts on the WF about why this should not be used. The main one is gravity is so easy to manipulate, and does not show anything at all about how well it converts, merely how many affiliates have made sales. These things do not necessarily mean the same thing.

      3. It will need to be updated again in December when the new FTC laws take effect. There are an absolute multitude of posts in the WF about the implications of this law for any and all "review" sites.

      4. The ongoing monthly fee. Since CB first introduced subscriptions, there have been no end of products in every niche charging recurring fees. None of which can be justified. You would've been better off charging a (slightly) higher entry fee, and leaving it at that

      5. Advertising in the members area. For @#$%'s sake, you're charging people a minimum of $114 - isn't that enough?

      6. As has been mentioned above there is actually nothing new in here. I first bought a "how to make money with CB" back in 1999, and it said pretty much the same things as are in here, with the exception of using WordPress to build the sites.

      As you can probably tell, I'm actually mad as hell over this and here comes the main reason, the straw that broke the camel's back so to speak.

      7. Cannot watch the videos - they will not launch in my browser, and they will not download. The server just will not handle it. In fact it the site timed out altogether three times in the hour that I was a memebr. Ensuring there is enough bandwidth/capacity to cope with the launch should've been taken care of before the launch, there are no excuses for this.

      No I will not submit a ticket to support to help out with this. For the amount I'm paying I expect it to work without having to ask for help. As is mentioned in the manual "internet users are pretty impatient".

      Dead right.

      So, in summary this seems to be am update to a successful(?) product re-released to take advantage of recurring fees available to CB publishers.

      Not happy at all.
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      • Profile picture of the author JackLypka
        Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

        The only thing it is "proven" to do is p*ss people off.

        7. Cannot watch the videos - they will not launch in my browser, and they will not download. The server just will not handle it. In fact it the site timed out altogether three times in the hour that I was a memebr. Ensuring there is enough bandwidth/capacity to cope with the launch should've been taken care of before the launch, there are no excuses for this.

        No I will not submit a ticket to support to help out with this. For the amount I'm paying I expect it to work without having to ask for help. As is mentioned in the manual "internet users are pretty impatient"
        Not happy at all.
        They won't work for me either. I'll give this program until Sunday night.
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      • Profile picture of the author Chris Koltai
        Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

        The only thing it is "proven" to do is p*ss people off.

        I'm off to get a refund now and here are my reasons why.

        1. Potentially misleading information - (quote from the manual) Privacy Policy - Half the time my policy's (sic) don't even make sense. Really just scrape something together..."

        WTF!!! The privacy policy has LEGAL implications, do not "scrape something together". Eric Giguere (a WF member) has a PP plugin that is fully compliant. Do a search for "Giguere privacy policy plugin" and install that. Never, never, never "scrape something together".

        2. Definite misleading information - the use of gravity to determine if a Clickbank product converts well. There are numerous posts on the WF about why this should not be used. The main one is gravity is so easy to manipulate, and does not show anything at all about how well it converts, merely how many affiliates have made sales. These things do not necessarily mean the same thing.
        Just to get this out of the way, Google Sniper is the product that directly lead to me quitting my day job. The system works. Your mileage may vary, and you may choose to supplement it or modify it with other things you pick up on your journey, but it is without question the best "total package" IM ebook I've come across.

        The privacy policy thing does strike me as a bit irresponsible though, but I use the plugin for all of my sites.

        3. It will need to be updated again in December when the new FTC laws take effect. There are an absolute multitude of posts in the WF about the implications of this law for any and all "review" sites.
        Yes, it will. So will every other IM product advocating reviews as a method of preselling, so it's kind of irrelevant.

        4. The ongoing monthly fee. Since CB first introduced subscriptions, there have been no end of products in every niche charging recurring fees. None of which can be justified. You would've been better off charging a (slightly) higher entry fee, and leaving it at that

        5. Advertising in the members area. For @#$%'s sake, you're charging people a minimum of $114 - isn't that enough?
        Are you getting charged $114 off the bat, or are you getting charged $77 + a month free in George's Club with automatic renewal if you don't cancel within the first 30 days? I can see you taking issue with the former, but as to the latter, forced continuity is popular in internet marketing now. Maybe it will stick, maybe not, but either way, people will use it if it works, it's just business sense.

        6. As has been mentioned above there is actually nothing new in here. I first bought a "how to make money with CB" back in 1999, and it said pretty much the same things as are in here, with the exception of using WordPress to build the sites.
        What's new to most people is the idea of a "build and forget" site being able to make any money at all. Maybe you've been exposed to this before, but for most people, this is their first real hurdle with IM.

        They either build a site targeting a huge keyword and have no idea why they're not getting anywhere in the SERPS, or they build around a crap keyword and build links like crazy and think that its too much work for the payout.

        The beauty of the Google Sniper method is that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

        As you can probably tell, I'm actually mad as hell over this and here comes the main reason, the straw that broke the camel's back so to speak.

        7. Cannot watch the videos - they will not launch in my browser, and they will not download. The server just will not handle it. In fact it the site timed out altogether three times in the hour that I was a memebr. Ensuring there is enough bandwidth/capacity to cope with the launch should've been taken care of before the launch, there are no excuses for this.

        No I will not submit a ticket to support to help out with this. For the amount I'm paying I expect it to work without having to ask for help. As is mentioned in the manual "internet users are pretty impatient".

        Dead right.

        So, in summary this seems to be am update to a successful(?) product re-released to take advantage of recurring fees available to CB publishers.

        Not happy at all.
        Yeah. If someone is offering videos, they should work. The issue is a lack of standardized formats. If you make it in Windows Movie Maker and its low resolution, people whine about that. If you make it in any other format, people don't have the codec and don't know how to get it. IMO people should always offer streaming videos in addition to the downloads, but that's just me.

        It sucks that you didn't get anything out of it, but your review isn't so much a legitimate review as it is a rant because you're angry about forced continuity and broken videos.

        For some people (myself included), it's life-changing. Sorry it didn't work out for you.
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        • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
          Originally Posted by Chris Koltai View Post

          It sucks that you didn't get anything out of it, but your review isn't so much a legitimate review as it is a rant because you're angry about forced continuity and broken videos.
          Point taken. Due to the time difference I waited up until 2am in the morning to get the early bird discount, so I wasn't exactly in the best frame of mind at the time I wrote my rant/review.

          Upsells along with just about every other marketing technique gets up my nose. McDonald's has a lot to answer for IMO. "Would you like fries with that?" draws the following response from me (in as rude a tone of voice as I can muster), "Did I ask for any?"

          Which segues neatly into the FORCED continuity. Isn't this one of the things that inspired the new FTC laws, amongst other things of course. The fact that people were "forced" into a continuity deal. The phrase "forced" is the key here. One that may run into trouble when the new laws come in.

          Of course I realise that GS has been in the works for a while, before we became aware of the laws. However now that that genie is out of the bottle, forcing people into anything is probably not a good idea.

          Offer it as an option for sure, but I wouldn't like to have to defend myself if one of my customers (it only takes one) complained to the authorities about me forcing anyone into anything. The ability to cancel it easily via CB won't help in court either.

          Now, the Privacy Policy advice. The Privacy Policy is there for a reason, to protect consumers, as well as covering your arse. Something "scraped" together does neither.

          I don't know if the videos work or not, I cannot load them in my browser. It brings up a black screen with "waiting" on it, and was still "waiting" 3/4 of an hour later. When I tried to d/l them I got a message saying that it was a server prob, not the vids.

          For some people (myself included), it's life-changing.
          Not nearly as life changing as a day in court.

          Sorry it didn't work out for you.
          The information DID work for me, when I was doing something similar earlier this century.

          The information is, as you say worthwhile, just not groundbreaking. Perfect for newbies, the less experienced, those who have been struggling etc. Except for the "forced" bit, the PP and the fact that "review" sites are in a grey area legally for the time being until we get a better idea of how they're going to be implemented.

          I hope everyone who buys it henceforth does well out of it, after all you may just be promoting one of my products.

          I know I can be a pain in the arse as much, if not better than, anyone else, so I apologise for any offence that was caused.

          Peace, goodwill and lots of affiliate payouts to everyone.
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          • Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

            Point taken. Due to the time difference I waited up until 2am in the morning to get the early bird discount, so I wasn't exactly in the best frame of mind at the time I wrote my rant/review.

            Upsells along with just about every other marketing technique gets up my nose. McDonald's has a lot to answer for IMO. "Would you like fries with that?" draws the following response from me (in as rude a tone of voice as I can muster), "Did I ask for any?"

            Which segues neatly into the FORCED continuity. Isn't this one of the things that inspired the new FTC laws, amongst other things of course. The fact that people were "forced" into a continuity deal. The phrase "forced" is the key here. One that may run into trouble when the new laws come in.

            Of course I realise that GS has been in the works for a while, before we became aware of the laws. However now that that genie is out of the bottle, forcing people into anything is probably not a good idea.

            Offer it as an option for sure, but I wouldn't like to have to defend myself if one of my customers (it only takes one) complained to the authorities about me forcing anyone into anything. The ability to cancel it easily via CB won't help in court either.

            Now, the Privacy Policy advice. The Privacy Policy is there for a reason, to protect consumers, as well as covering your arse. Something "scraped" together does neither.

            I don't know if the videos work or not, I cannot load them in my browser. It brings up a black screen with "waiting" on it, and was still "waiting" 3/4 of an hour later. When I tried to d/l them I got a message saying that it was a server prob, not the vids.



            Not nearly as life changing as a day in court.



            The information DID work for me, when I was doing something similar earlier this century.

            The information is, as you say worthwhile, just not groundbreaking. Perfect for newbies, the less experienced, those who have been struggling etc. Except for the "forced" bit, the PP and the fact that "review" sites are in a grey area legally for the time being until we get a better idea of how they're going to be implemented.

            I hope everyone who buys it henceforth does well out of it, after all you may just be promoting one of my products.

            I know I can be a pain in the arse as much, if not better than, anyone else, so I apologise for any offence that was caused.

            Peace, goodwill and lots of affiliate payouts to everyone.
            Hey man, I really think you need to chill out.

            If you really go into mcdonalds and say that when they ask you for fries... then I don't know what to say. You're probably in the wrong business (marketing).

            As for the "forced" continuity, when I first released Google Sniper I got a lot of on going questions and requests for on going training. The course is great but there's only so much that could be covered in it.

            So that's why I created the whole members area. It's taken me the better part of 3 months and I'm extremely proud of it. Now you CAN ask me anything you want (in the Q & A sessions) and you CAN see real examples. Plus all the other stuff that's in there :-)

            As for the privacy policy, I just tell it like it is. I promised to reveal everything about how I make five figures a month in Google Sniper, and that is exactly what I do.

            Although with the new FTC regulations I am now taking extra precautions yeah, probably going to create a special report for all the snipers about it and how it impacts the sites within the next couple of days :-)

            Best regards,
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            • Profile picture of the author Scott Stevens
              Originally Posted by George Montagu Brown View Post

              Although with the new FTC regulations I am now taking extra precautions yeah, probably going to create a special report for all the snipers about it and how it impacts the sites within the next couple of days :-)

              Best regards,
              George
              Yeah, I think this is stuff everyone would like to know before they start building their sites.
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            • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
              Originally Posted by George Montagu Brown View Post

              If you really go into mcdonalds and say that when they ask you for fries... then I don't know what to say. You're probably in the wrong business (marketing).
              Actually I consider myself to be in the business of providing/helping people find solutions to what they need, not marketing. Big difference.

              Same as those that help people to find the right house/home, and those who sell/market/flog real estate. Big difference.

              One is customer focused, the other is sales focused. Big difference.

              Give customers what they want and the sales take care of themselves. Concentrate on selling, and you lose customers.

              Peace, goodwill, and good luck to you and your customers (with or without the fries).

              BTW I stopped eating McDonald's years ago for two reasons: 1) the "food" is crap; 2) being cross-sold/flogged/marketed stuff I didn't ask for.
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              • Profile picture of the author JackLypka
                Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

                Actually I consider myself to be in the business of providing/helping people find solutions to what they need, not marketing. Big difference.

                Same as those that help people to find the right house/home, and those who sell/market/flog real estate. Big difference.

                One is customer focused, the other is sales focused. Big difference.

                Give customers what they want and the sales take care of themselves. Concentrate on selling, and you lose customers.

                Peace, goodwill, and good luck to you and your customers (with or without the fries).

                BTW I stopped eating McDonald's years ago for two reasons: 1) the "food" is crap; 2) being cross-sold/flogged/marketed stuff I didn't ask for.
                Agree with all of this. Nice to see somebody else get pissed off when it appears that someone is trying to gouge you. We all know why it's done - to cash in - that doesn't mean that we need to like/support it.

                It's like donating $5 to World Vision and then automatically being signed up for their $35/mo. sponsored child program, without having a choice. Smart business, or would you be upset?

                Anyway - the videos still won't load for me, just goes to a blank page. I've submitted a ticket so it'll be interesting to see what the response-time will be.

                As for the eBook, I'm about 20% done to this point and am pleased with the content.
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              • Profile picture of the author chewie49
                Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

                Actually I consider myself to be in the business of providing/helping people find solutions to what they need, not marketing. Big difference.

                Same as those that help people to find the right house/home, and those who sell/market/flog real estate. Big difference.

                One is customer focused, the other is sales focused. Big difference.

                Give customers what they want and the sales take care of themselves. Concentrate on selling, and you lose customers.

                Peace, goodwill, and good luck to you and your customers (with or without the fries).

                BTW I stopped eating McDonald's years ago for two reasons: 1) the "food" is crap; 2) being cross-sold/flogged/marketed stuff I didn't ask for.

                You will have a very hard time earning money dude....
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                • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
                  Originally Posted by chewie49 View Post

                  You will have a very hard time earning money dude....
                  Thanks for that, ... erm "dude". Unfortunately both my bank manager and my accountant will argue with you on that, and prove you wrong as well.

                  Peace and good luck to you.
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              • Profile picture of the author tomw
                Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

                Actually I consider myself to be in the business of providing/helping people...
                Great! And as someone that claims to have bought the product you'll be delighted to share your views on it with those here on the forum as opposed to blathering on about your personal issues with the sales process, your own ethics or eating habits which, frankly, nobody really cares about.

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          • Profile picture of the author Zach Booker
            Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

            the fact that "review" sites are in a grey area legally for the time being until we get a better idea of how they're going to be implemented.
            LAWL...

            1) FTC warns you

            2) Take down your site

            ...

            1) Register everything in the Cayman islands. (Domains + Hosting.)

            2) FTC won't bother going after ya

            ...

            I read George's product through months ago so I know the concept taught.

            Trust me when I tell you there is no way, in a million years, the FTC would ever bother you.

            They'll go after:

            1) Scammers

            2) Advertisers in gray areas. (Think e-cig.)

            3) Gray sites that suddenly jump up the Alexa rankings because they did a 6-7 figure media buy. (Flogs/fnews who didn't get a proper disclosure policy done.)

            4) Sites that get complained about 24/7 via the BBB.

            ...

            All you need is this: DisclosurePolicy.org: Disclosure Policy, Disclosure Policy Generator

            At the end I always add in something blunt like: "I get paid every time you buy through my links."

            If your gonna let something as insignificant as the FTC stop you from trucking along then there's no point in being in IM because - undoubtedly - worse things will hit the industry.

            /rant on people over reacting on the whole FTC thing.

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            • Profile picture of the author Alexissalaam
              Thanks Zach

              everybody's going crazy over this FTC thing, you're right what they're
              looking for are scammers and the big guys who are out there making
              false claims, if this is not you then you'll be alright, but I can tell you
              right now they are gonna look hard at the fitness and health industry
              because a lot of these guys are making false claims about how much weight their customers are losing and how much muscle their gaining
              so if you're doing that be on the look out.
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          • Profile picture of the author UKTim29
            Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

            McDonald's has a lot to answer for IMO. "Would you like fries with that?" draws the following response from me (in as rude a tone of voice as I can muster), "Did I ask for any?"
            I just disagreed with your original post without feeling the need to respond, why are you in the IM game if you don't like sales funnels?

            But now Ive read the post above................sorry, but thats just an attitude problem!
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            • Profile picture of the author cgallagher93
              Originally Posted by UKTim29 View Post

              I just disagreed with your original post without feeling the need to respond, why are you in the IM game if you don't like sales funnels?

              But now Ive read the post above................sorry, but thats just an attitude problem!
              Well said
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  • Profile picture of the author cgallagher93
    Jack,

    I'm sorry if my earlier comments seemed a little patriotic but you gave the impression that you didn't understand the sales funnel that well.

    To be honest, $37 a month isn't exactly breaking the bank but I understand that some people may just want to buy the product without the upsells. Having said that, I urge you to take a look inside before you criticise it.

    I really don't see what the problem is. There's an unconditional money-back guarantee for goodness sake. If you don't see the value, refund it - no big deal!

    I don't mean to be rude but you sound negative before you've even started, how on earth do you expect to succeed with an attitude such as that?

    Connor
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  • Profile picture of the author cgallagher93
    JNFerree,

    Google Sniper has just launched today, hence the low gravity.

    I can confirm also that George hired David Raybould (who wrote the copy for The Clickbank Code) to write the copy which is fantastic.

    Personally, I don't pay much attention to Alexa rankings and yet I still make money with Sniper sites as do others. Understand your concern but GS is a great product. He got Brad Callen on board I mean he wouldn't promote crap!
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  • Profile picture of the author candyeagle
    I just purchased google sniper and am anxious to get to it. The other $37 was for a membership site and the first month is free so you have nothing to lose by trying it. Yes, I saw the upsale page for another membership site which I passed on but then saw yet another upsale page for making $22k fast (I think it was 2 wks) which I did purchase. I'm used to seeing upsale pages so they don't bother me. I'd use them myself if I were a better marketer. With the 60 day money back guarantee, I'm not real concerned. I'll keep evryone posted as to how it goes.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark-Dickenson
    Originally Posted by Drew Castle View Post

    I got Google Sniper when it was originally launched and have to say it's one of the best courses on SEO and free traffic generation that I've seen (next to Niche Market Control Panel).

    Definitely recommend it. Here's my full review:link removed
    I def recommend it too....but that doesn't mean I am going to put
    a link to my review in the post...or mention to "check out my sig"
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    • Profile picture of the author Momof2
      I bought the product. It's a lot of material to digest, and seems like a really focused way to get traffic. The trick is to find a keyword in the parameters that George suggests. I searched all day one day, and found a few keywords with potential, but either the competition is too high, or the competing sites have too high pr. Not sure if I want to spend the time and money on a "maybe".

      I purchased the second one time offer, and while it was good information, it isn't something I can logistically do at this time.

      Just a bit frustrated at the moment.
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    • Profile picture of the author goindeep
      SHOW ME THE MONEY !

      Talk figures please, when did you buy it? How long until the first sale, how many sites? How much time required? How much money on a weekly and monthly scale? How many other products need to be purchased to optimize it?

      ...Im sure George is a stand up guy
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      • Profile picture of the author askloz
        Dude, you need to relax..

        Gsniper just launched, you aint gonna make money off the bat straight away, it can take around 3-5 weeks or longer before you start earning money.

        now my site that im doing, has received 250 visitors, no backlinks,and 100% of those visitors clicked on the CB links, but no sales Once I get 1,000 visitors and no sales, i'll move on... not every site is gonna be a winner, even George will attest to that, i may have to add more pages.

        the niche i choose was "Pick up lines"

        Here's mine, and here's one phrase I found just now, i'm 5th out of 24,000,000 pages

        Cute lines of Friends


        10th:

        Hilarious cute pick up lines

        3rd:

        Clever hilarious pickup lines for girls

        and I only have two pages

        been busy to add any more.



        Originally Posted by Andrei Rotariu View Post

        SHOW ME THE MONEY !

        Talk figures please, when did you buy it? How long until the first sale, how many sites? How much time required? How much money on a weekly and monthly scale? How many other products need to be purchased to optimize it?

        ...Im sure George is a stand up guy
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        • Profile picture of the author Cybermagnate
          I'm working on some other sniper sites, but meanwhile my one site has been on Google page one for about a week. My keyword research indicates there should be over 5000 people per month looking at my keyword phrase, but Google Analytics says I've had ZERO visitors. I've clicked on the site at least a dozen times myself. Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
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          • Profile picture of the author Russell Hall
            Originally Posted by Cybermagnate View Post

            I'm working on some other sniper sites, but meanwhile my one site has been on Google page one for about a week. My keyword research indicates there should be over 5000 people per month looking at my keyword phrase, but Google Analytics says I've had ZERO visitors. I've clicked on the site at least a dozen times myself. Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
            You need to make sure that your head meta data is <bots do follow> otherwise you'll be turning away trafffic. Check in Wordpress "settings" general and ensure that you have checked the box asking whether you wish your blog to show in the search engines.

            Other thing is to make sure you add your URL to Google Add your URL to Google
            so you can be sure to get crawled.

            Also make sure to ping your site at pingomatic.com

            Other than that if your still dont show up you may have been sandboxed and have to wait. In which case just keep drip feeding content and make sure to add a few Youtube embedded videos as that may encourage Google to un-sandbox you and/or give you a bit better ranking.
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            • Profile picture of the author Chris Koltai
              Originally Posted by RussRave View Post

              You need to make sure that your head meta data is <bots do follow> otherwise you'll be turning away trafffic. Check in Wordpress "settings" general and ensure that you have checked the box asking whether you wish your blog to show in the search engines.
              Wow. I don't know if it's a change in the latest revision of WP or with the install process in Hostgator or what, but I just checked 2 sniper sites I put up this week that weren't getting indexed, and both of these were set to block search engines by default.

              You'd think after 30+ websites and counting I'd know enough to check there, but I just assumed it was Google being weird. Much appreciated, Russ.
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              • Profile picture of the author DavidMeade
                Originally Posted by Chris Koltai View Post

                Wow. I don't know if it's a change in the latest revision of WP or with the install process in Hostgator or what, but I just checked 2 sniper sites I put up this week that weren't getting indexed, and both of these were set to block search engines by default.

                You'd think after 30+ websites and counting I'd know enough to check there, but I just assumed it was Google being weird. Much appreciated, Russ.
                I completely missed that too. My privacy settings were set to hide from the search engines. I hadn't thought to look at that. I just thought I need to do more linking.

                thanks for the heads up.
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        • Profile picture of the author goindeep
          Askloz, sweet, keep up the work mate, sounds like a good system...

          And yes i do need to meditate... Or maybe just have a cold one.
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    • Profile picture of the author Richard Crooke
      I purchased George's GS and think its great. So much, that I stepped up and hired 3 phillipine employees to go through the training and begin following the process.

      I have a full time job with 3 active (with sports) kids and I don't have the time to spend. I love the business model and I am impressed with the training.

      Richard
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    • Profile picture of the author jasonpeng
      It is a little hard to say.
      But I believe George will make this better.
      because i like George.
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      • Profile picture of the author bscbscbsc
        I still wait to hear of the money that anyone is making, just facts on how many sales
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  • Profile picture of the author Dreamorphosis
    Wow, George. I guess we take a beating once in a while. LOL! I can't really say much, personally, because after a year of trying I haven't made much online. Largely my own doing (or NOT doing), simply because I've bought many systems and learned a TON, but ran into the ever popular info overload. In my quest to UN-learn and simplify, this is looking like the right concept to finally get me over the wall. I'll keep an eye on the reviews just to get a feel for how things are shaping up. (Color me jaded, I guess) That's not to say that I will base my ability to succeed on another's ability not to. It's more of a confidence builder I think, and having been a mover for a number of years and now driving public transit, I feel I can relate to you as a person somewhat as well. That in itself, breeds respect and confidence. Here's to a great launch and much continued success.
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  • I just got GSniper.. I;m watching videos like crazy!!! Comes at the perfect time. I have been studying Kern and it is obvious so has Brown. I <3 how everyone here thinks he is a quality person. Will let you know how it goes.
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  • Profile picture of the author cgallagher93
    With regards to the FTC regulations, from what I can gather all you need to do is include a link to an "affiliate disclaimer" at the bottom of your Sniper site. Simply explain in there that you'll get paid for anyone that clicks on your affiliate links. Simples :-)

    I'd invite anyone to tear my balls off for being wrong, but it doesn't seem all that complicated. Albeit they like to make life difficult, I think at the end of the day they're just trying to curb spam and increase honesty. If you're honest and ethical in your marketing, I don't see the problem!

    Hope this helps ya'll!

    Connor ;-)
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    • Profile picture of the author Chris Koltai
      The privacy policy is only really a factor if you are collecting email opt-ins or running AdSense. Aside from that, it really just acts as reassurance to people who aren't internet savvy that you're not keylogging them and stealing their credit card info.

      As far as the FTC, yes, forced continuity did play into this new legislation, but not the kind from clickbank products. It was a result of fake blogs ("I'm Kevin, and I make six figures a day posting links on Google!") that offered "free" products which then looped into forced continuity of upwards of $80 / month.

      The companies that offered these products were also unreachable by phone, email, fax, etc so cancelling was not an option, and most people were forced to file chargebacks with their CC companies, which is the sorta thing that gets the FTC buzzing.

      Yes, George could choose to make his continuity program purely optional, but really, it would be a poor business decision. Every free trial I've ever participated in has forced continuity for a very good reason. It makes money, and if the product is quality, no one really minds that much. Given the quality of Google Sniper, and the level of service that George demonstrated when I first purchased the system, I'd be willing to give him the benefit of the doubt on the quality of his continuity program.
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  • Profile picture of the author tomw
    As this section of the forum is for "reviews" and the thread title uses the very same term, perhaps it may be prudent (and courteous to George) to get back on topic, focus on actually "reviewing" the content of his course and not post subjective rants about his (and countless other merchants') marketing methods.

    The course is apparently great based on the huge amount of positive feedback George got first time around with his pre launch WSO. He then responded admirably to overwhelming demand for coaching and videos and worked his butt off to deliver.

    Many people said they would have paid a lot more for the knowledge contained in his WSO because, frankly, it worked for them. Based on the effort and expertise George and others put into the launch, personally I'm surprised he's selling it at such a low price.

    By the way the sales process is set up, it seems to me he's doing his best to make as much of the content available to as many people and their respective budgets as possible. You can pick and choose the bits you want *and* (whether forced or not!) he's giving a free month inside his membership area to get everyone started.

    I think based upon George's posts (and conduct) around this forum that's a pretty accurate assessment of the intention behind his system as well as of course to profit by delivering something that was *requested* by a very hungry market. And what's wrong with that?

    Now let's get back to hearing your views on his product...

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  • Profile picture of the author NetMediaGeek
    I purchased the Sniper when it was a WSO, its solid and much better than a lot of the other rehashed crap out there, the only problem i have had is finding suitable domains for niche sites, and now with all the other Snipers out there this will get even worse !!!!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author boris s
    Great system , very well explained , good price... I've palced my only experiment in 3 rd position on a 2900 search /mth KW (now i'm 5th). I think to be number one , you need more links, more often than advocated in the ebook. Still a great buy, especially for noobies. You can start applying after a 2 hour high quality read !

    ps : 'im talking about the first ebook laucnched last year. The new product seems much bigger. Oh well kind of liked the simplicity of the first version.
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    • Profile picture of the author bill05
      George,
      I got it and you did a great job. Good info that works from my experience and it is communicated well.

      Sorry that some feel it legit to complain openly instead of using a support contact or read their emails about server load.

      Also, surprised about continuity offer comments. No "gun" at my head and I remember CB requiring a radio button click to confirm agreement... hmmm. Plus, yes it's tough but... a click can cancel the program.

      However, I do agree with comments that you should direct people to a legal resource for privacy and tos (while you can still mention what you do).

      All in all -
      George, very good program and you are a very impressive young business man. Super job on the product launch!

      Bill
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      • Profile picture of the author Code64
        What are the upsells and for how much $?
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        • Profile picture of the author candyeagle
          In answer to how much was the upsell, there was one for a membership site for I think $97. Then there was another 1 for $22k in something like 2 wks for $67, which I bought.
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  • Profile picture of the author chewie49
    So far great reviews and some angry anti-marketers.Cool. No problem with that

    BUT

    Any review about someone already earning a nice profit using this system?

    Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Antony103
    is there a separate forum for fellow snipers that George set up????
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  • Profile picture of the author moolahman
    Can anyone post a link to a current sniper site? Would be interesting to see it in action....
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  • Profile picture of the author alexshelton
    Hey Billy

    I've replied to your ticket, I hope that's helped

    If not, PM me here

    Thanks

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  • Profile picture of the author Trevski
    Hi All,

    I have been following as much as possible about George and the sniper, in general it seems that it is positive. However, as I noted further up in the thread, why oh why oh why can we not see a review and an example of a sniper site.

    Can someone not just come on and say hi, i am earning what ever a day and here is my site ??? Something solid...

    I am still new as it were but I would love to see some real proof on products instead of people saying how good things are or how nice people are? The only thing that's any good is the thing that put the dollars or pound notes in your sky rocket...(hope that doesn't sound too cheeky)...Just we read up on here to make money...

    Can anyone show some results as part of a review please? Sorry if i have missed one but it looks like the same old to me, lots of people saying how nice a guy etc and how the product is great, but where's the beef as it were?

    Thanks everyone...still sat here with credit card in hand as it were...And probably a dumb question here, but could I use it with xsite pro? Thanks everyone for the taking the time to review my Q.
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  • Profile picture of the author pearsonbrown
    Trevski,

    It's a product launch. You can't expect results yet. (Although I understand a WSO version was released previously.)

    Take some advice from an old hand. Put your credit card away. Don't get caught up in 'new-product fever'. Let other people try the product out. In a month or so, we will have results-based reviews here.

    Pearson
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    • Profile picture of the author gmr324
      I'd also like to see at least one specific case study that backs up the hype and claims. Secondly, and equally important, I'd like to know how these niche mini-sites can fly uder the radar of the Google "thin affiliate site slap" and upcoming FTC regulations. I was always under the impression that Google favors sites that provide frequently updated and fresh content as well.
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      • Profile picture of the author Trevski
        Originally Posted by gmr324 View Post

        I'd also like to see at least one specific case study that backs up the hype and claims. Secondly, and equally important, I'd like to know how these niche mini-sites can fly uder the radar of the Google "thin affiliate site slap" and upcoming FTC regulations. I was always under the impression that Google favors sites that provide frequently updated and fresh content as well.
        hi,

        I am not exactly the voice of experience but i learnt and know that as long as you have all your privacy, contact, about pages etc etc a small site is ok, well for now anyway...
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    • Profile picture of the author Trevski
      Hi Pearson,

      Your right mate, I will keep my credit card at bay...but i am very keen to get this course as i use xsitepro and can build sites pretty quickly so if it works i am in and think i could do it using my old market samurai tool as my keyword generator....(sounds good but haven't learnt how to use it yet lol)>..

      Why I ask about the results is as you guessed, I have been on here all day...and read everything about it, so yep it may have been the WSO but why don't the guys who bought it say what they did with it?

      Sorry if i sound blunt to anyone connected with it just from my little experience all you seem to see is either gurus promoting gurus or people saying such an such is a nice person or yeah great course, what about some action? Some hard proof that you can earn money with the sniper (this goes for anything other product too)...

      You would think that if it were that good, the guys that are making doe from it would of built that many sites by now (from the WSO version) that they could spare to show one of them...

      I haven't seen anything of that nature? How come if once you get the hang of it, it takes only an hour or so to build? If it were me and It worked and I had dozens on the go I would show an example to the masses to show it works.

      Saying that, I can't blame people for not doing it i suppose, it just seems that you never really see any real proof..But there you go...

      Thanks for listening to me waffle on and hopefully someday I will log on and see some real hard proof that will inspire me to get on with it instead of just hearing "great course" "great guy" "it works for me"...lol, i need to go for a pint...
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  • Profile picture of the author PaulJD
    Man

    I purchased Google Sniper from George yesterday and wow does he deliver great content and over delivers on that content to. It is must buy as far as I am concerned. Am going to spend most of tonight reading through the manual and watching the video's.

    So much value for so little price!!!

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    Paul D.
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  • hey guys,

    about the whole real examples thing - there's a whole section in the members area where ALL WE DO is go over real site examples. Since it was a WSO I can show you many sites guys have built but I don't think I'd have their permission.

    pm me and ill send you some of mine if you want, can't say fairer than that :-)
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    P.S. All the slow server issues from the launch mayhem sorted now guys, so it's all running 100% smoothly. I apologize for the pain in the butt it was everyone on the first day. I know you many of were anxious to get started.
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    • Profile picture of the author opportunites
      Originally Posted by George Montagu Brown View Post

      hey guys,

      about the whole real examples thing - there's a whole section in the members area where ALL WE DO is go over real site examples. Since it was a WSO I can show you many sites guys have built but I don't think I'd have their permission.

      pm me and ill send you some of mine if you want, can't say fairer than that :-)
      George

      P.S. All the slow server issues from the launch mayhem sorted now guys, so it's all running 100% smoothly. I apologize for the pain in the butt it was everyone on the first day. I know you many of were anxious to get started.
      Congratulations George!

      I don't need you to see any more proofs from you... when I first wanted to know you I just go into google and type your full name and some of your sites (in some niches ) pop up!

      You have helped many people to make money with google sniper...
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      • Profile picture of the author sentient
        Originally Posted by opportunites View Post

        Congratulations George!

        I don't need you to see any more proofs from you... when I first wanted to know you I just go into google and type your full name and some of your sites (in some niches ) pop up!

        You have helped many people to make money with google sniper...
        Just bear in mind people - that's not an independant review - he/she is promoting it via their sig.

        That's not to say that Google Sniper isn't a great course, just avoid that particular posters aff links perhaps.
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    • Profile picture of the author Trevski
      Originally Posted by George Montagu Brown View Post

      hey guys,


      about the whole real examples thing - there's a whole section in the members area where ALL WE DO is go over real site examples. Since it was a WSO I can show you many sites guys have built but I don't think I'd have their permission.

      pm me and ill send you some of mine if you want, can't say fairer than that :-)
      George

      P.S. All the slow server issues from the launch mayhem sorted now guys, so it's all running 100% smoothly. I apologize for the pain in the butt it was everyone on the first day. I know you many of were anxious to get started.
      Hi there George,

      I sent you a message reference examples of sites that make money, I don't need to see a bunch of them, just one that was making money or is making money and rough estimate (something recent would help).

      I appreciate your help as any example would sure convince me that it works rather hearing stuff about great course, great guy etc (sure it is a great course and sure you are great guy by the way)...

      Just for something that sounds so simple as I mentioned previously, it's common sense that if you have something that works and it only takes a couple of hours to build a site (after a few maybe less) and it's cheap or free to do so, anyone who has mastered it must have hundreds of sites. As it sounds simple especially if you have a keyword tool like the market samurai or something similar you can churn them out for fun surely???

      And I guess we all come hear to see how to make money so this type of example goes along way to gain credibillity. I understand that you may want to PM me privatly and of course anyone else who wants to see an example as it would be confidential to me and I would only offer fellow warriors my own experience of my own sites after trying it out.

      And yes, if it worked and I had dozens on the go I would offer the warrior guys a real life example.

      Look forward to hearing from you. Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author butters
    Simple question For a newbie, is it worth it? Getting tired of buying crap..
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  • Profile picture of the author Unexpected Error
    Hi George,

    Is there any difference between this version and your WSO version?

    Simon
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  • Profile picture of the author Trevski
    Just a quick update to thank George for contacting me. I will be buying the course later or during the week and intend to put into action within the next 10 days as I work away from home usually 12 hour days so plan to put into place when I am off late next week.

    I will provide an honest update when I get sorted. I am dreading using wordpress as I am an xsitepro2 guy as it is so easy to use.

    Don't suppose anyone has any feedback on if you could use xsitepro to do this course as this would save me hours of time??? Any comments appreciated and thanks again George for your help.

    Just a quick pointer from me, not that I am qualified to offer advice but since I have bought market samurai I have realized that I have wasted hours and hours of my time building websites and using keywords that are too competitive.

    I am annoyed with myself for making such a mistake as it now seems obvious to me that if you get your keyword right your laughing (it takes longer for some to figure it out sorry)...Any way, I will give an honest report within the next couple of weeks.

    Any tips on using xsitepro for this would be welcome guys....
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    • Profile picture of the author JackLypka
      Well, I've now completely finished the eBook and am offering a free of bias review.

      The 99-page eBook is a pretty good read, especially the last 30 or so pages where it's more "Do this, then this, then this, etc...". I found that there was a fair bit of marketing fluff/theory in the first little bit, but perhaps that was just George's way of trying to connect with his audience on a more personal level. As with most things in life, some will appreciate it, some will not.

      It does seem like a very logical concept, and I'm fairly confident that his methods can work if/when put into action. It's essentially suggesting that you need to make sure that there's demand, an acceptable level of competition, and the ability to monetize the keyword(s) through the sale of affiliate products.

      Overall, I did get value from the course, and there are a couple of sections on his site which I've only checked out briefly but appear to be great ideas (IE - a "Real Case Studies" section). For this reason, I'm fine recommending it to most as I'd expect most to also get some sort of value and utility from the material.

      I will say this - in a lot of ways, the course's teachings are very similar to Ed Dale's 30-Day Challenge. I'm in the process of doing that right now, and have been completely blown away by it. What Ed and his crew are giving away for free is, truly, nothing short of spectacular. New IMers should, without question, do the 30-Day Challenge, as there's zero risk and a tremendous amount of upside. For those also either hesitant to spend $77 on the Google Sniper, or for those who are maybe without as much disposable, at-risk income as others, I'd just stick with the 30-Day Challenge. It's incredible.

      Hope this has been of assistance. In sum, the course is good, but there are certainly other options out there where you don't need to spend $77.

      Jack
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  • Profile picture of the author areaman
    I bought Google Sniper when it came out Thursday and being new to IM I can't really get critical based on all my experience
    I went thru the upsell and wasn't bothered by it because quite frankly, I see it all the time. Plus if I don't like it or don't feel that it helps me, I'll cancel.
    The videos weren't working for me either originally but they are working now plus you can download (which I did) and save into a folder. I had no problems with the sound but I use VLC Media player which allows you to turn up the sound if necessary. I did not have any problem hearing it though. Because I worked all weekend I have not had a chance to implement yet but I agree with a previous post that I would probably put a few more backlinks in.
    The bottom line is if you are new and want something easy to follow to get started, this is a good program.
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    • Profile picture of the author ar032
      Squido Lens issues.
      What I noticed whenever I try to add a new lens. They won't even allow me to create a new lens. What's the work around. I think Squido is over saturated, and we should better ways to promote a click bank products.
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  • Profile picture of the author SeanTellsDotNet
    Greetings all,

    My name is Sean and I am a newbie to these boards, but not a newbie to the Internet. I have some sites older than Google. (lol) I came here to see what others were saying about Google Sniper.

    I did purchase the google sniper system and am very pleased. I learned many things about updating my own current sites- mostly fresh ways of thinking about Internet materials. I've learned enough in just a few days that I will be creating new sites for my latest launch of daddyteller dot com. I consider the $77 very well spent- just for the learning I gained in the first few hours of the videos and manual.

    If I do nothing more than improving my own sites, then it was a cheap $77 investment to learn some tweaking/keyword techniques I have missed in the past. Any money from my Sniper sites is icing on my cake. I do hope it's a very expensive cake, tho. :-)

    I'm eager to see what the monthly materials bring. Yes, there is a $37 continuity product. But, I am a big boy and can cancel if I don't like it.

    I think that the GS material is overall very good. My biggest "issue" is that George (respectfully, young sir) needs to learn a bit more about how to write directions and teachings. I would guess that the real newbies out there might be a bit stymied over some things. I have spent most of my life training trainers- and most of them aren't good at 18 years old.

    I have begun the GS process, secured a few domain names (made my first mistake on one of those already LOL), put up the WP blogs (easy for me), had a few articles written and have begun posting my first Sniper sites.

    If you are thinking about GS, then go ahead and get it. Look, I haven't even told you my Clickbank ID- so there is nothing for me to gain by telling you I am satisfied with this program.

    On a side note, I'm rather impressed with George. How many folks on this list were making even near 15K at 18 years of age? I'm eager to bring my 19 year old into this process with me. She's already light years ahead of me in the Internet game.

    More power to these young people. Thanks for George for something cool.

    -Sean
    PS. My daddyteller Ebook is an affiliate project, too. I will have to see how the GS tips make that go further.
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    • Profile picture of the author arttse
      The Google Sniper course sounds good. I dont like the fact that they are saying to use Wordpress. I prefer Xsite pro. Does it really matter if you create sites in HTML and not in Wordpress?
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      • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
        Disclaimer: I am not an affiliate for Google Sniper nor do I know George. I've never spoken to him on the forum, email, instant messenger, phone, or any other medium.

        I picked up Google Sniper the other day after reading some back and forth here on this thread just to see for myself what it is all about..

        First, I will tell you what I DIDN'T like:

        The pdf itself took too long to get to the point - at least for me. BUT, I was already somewhat familiar with the strategy etc. So, it seemed like it was dragging out a little bit. The last 20-30 pages were really good though and moved at a better pace as the information was flowing.

        The first couple of videos were a little slow too. Maybe not information wise, but looking at the Google home page for that much time bored me a little bit.

        Now, I will tell you what I DID like.

        While I think the product could have been done in a lot less pages, there is some gold here for people that are willing to mine it.

        George did a good job by the end of the product outlining everything and giving more than enough details for anyone that wants to give it a go to be successful if they stick to it.

        The plan given is VERY actionable. Unlike a lot of products that have come out recently - This one will really work if you put the work in.

        Conclusion:

        If you are a new to intermediate marketer who either hasn't made a whole lot of coin yet OR you work best having someone tell you what do do exactly then Google Sniper very well could work for you.

        All in all I think George did a good job with this and there will be some success stories if people stick to it and don't jump ship too soon to persue the next latest and greatest.
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      • Originally Posted by arttse View Post

        The Google Sniper course sounds good. I dont like the fact that they are saying to use Wordpress. I prefer Xsite pro. Does it really matter if you create sites in HTML and not in Wordpress?
        Wordpress seems to get picked up in the search engines better. He addresses XSite vs Wordpress in his course.
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      • Profile picture of the author homeworkin
        Originally Posted by arttse View Post

        The Google Sniper course sounds good. I dont like the fact that they are saying to use Wordpress. I prefer Xsite pro. Does it really matter if you create sites in HTML and not in Wordpress?
        Yes, it makes a difference. Wordpress sites do climb faster for me than HTML sites. Especially if you do choose to update them (write a couple of extra articles and schedule them to post weekly). That said, I have some pre WP (for me) HTML sites that are doing just fine. Wordpress just really makes things a lot faster for me than HTML. Especially the ease of updating themes and such if I decide to make any changes to a site.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rupps
    I would be interested in this product if it makes building the sites faster. that's what I am always looking for increase in output. 2 hours/site is a good target. Are people really achieving that due to what they have learned with this product?

    Also, the videos on the sales pages do not load for me for some reason
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    • Profile picture of the author longhotsummer
      My one concern about Google Sniper is in the Rights and Obligations (in the Purchase Agreement).

      RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE BUYER

      The Buyer must pay the full consideration for this product that the Seller requires as the total price of the product. This consideration includes not only the purchase price, but other obligations that the Buyer accepts as well as potential rights the Buyer agrees to forego. By accepting this Purchase Agreement, the Buyer agrees to receive continuing follow-up contact from the Seller including email, mail, newsletters, product updates, product recall notices, product improvements, telephone calls from the Seller and/or telemarketing organizations and/or pollsters for the purpose of solicitation related to the instant product or any other product or service. Buyer agrees to post-sale contact from joint venture partners of the Seller or from others who have a commercial relationship with the Seller. Buyer agrees that all personal information about the buyer or his or her buying habits and preferences, including address and phone number, may be placed in a general database and agrees that this information may be shared, rented or sold to third parties. However, Buyer shall at all times be fully empowered to sever contact with the Seller by notification using the 'unsubscribe' link in solicitations. Moreover, the Buyer retains the right to refuse specific contact with some third party solicitors and maintain it with others. The Buyer retains the right to have his or her name removed from a general solicitation database. The Buyer's agreement to accept solicitation and contact may be reduced, enhanced, limited or terminated by notification to anyone contacting the Buyer. The burden is on the Buyer to prove that such communication was made to and received by the person making contact. Buyer agrees that Seller is not liable for communications made to the Buyer by parties unrelated to this purchase even though referred by the Seller. Buyer accepts full responsibility for limiting unsolicited contact and Buyer understands that he retains all rights to directly restrict communication or solicitation from any party including the Seller.
      The Buyer agrees to allow the Seller to collect, store, and use for marketing purposes all information collected from, provided by or otherwise ascertained by electronic means from the Buyer. The Buyer, specifically, and as part of the consideration paid for this product, waives all right to access, retrieve, or control such information except that the Buyer retains the right to restrict contact as described previously.

      What it basically says is this:

      We will sell your details whether you want us to or not.

      Once you receive the deluge of junk mail and marketing calls from the people we hawk your details to, don’t bother asking us to stop it, it’s up to you to stop it.

      Seriously considering buying the programme, I e.mailed George’s company on 17 Oct, asking for clarification on this. Sadly, I haven’t received a response. I’m left wondering: ‘If this lot ignore me BEFORE they’ve got my money, how will they behave towards me, once they’ve banked it?’

      Be interesting to read about the marketing calls experience from those who subscribed to Google Sniper earlier this year.

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  • Profile picture of the author Cybermagnate
    I have been following this thread with great interest and I have some observations. First, let me explain that I'm a complete Newbie and this is my first real post on the Warrior Forum, so forgive me if my observations seem a bit naive but here goes.

    I bought Google Sniper and went through it for the first time over the weekend. I found it straightforward, well written, and very useful. I'm now going through it for the second time to actually set up a sniper site. So far, so good. It definitely seems WAY ahead of the other products I've tried in my two months of Internet marketing to date. Great job George. However...

    1) Upsells - Let me say first that the videos all worked for me so no problem there. I passed on the first upsell but I took the second one ($10,000 in one week). While the marketing advice seemed great (just like Google Sniper), I take issue with the central premise that anyone can come up with their own product that will sell on this forum. This is definitely NOT for a Newbie. You can't just slap something together and expect to sell it on this forum without destroying your reputation. I will, however, keep it for a later date, in the hope that I'll have something worth selling in the future.

    2) Keyword Elite 2.0 - George's demonstration video was great, and for a Newbie like me, it seemed well worth the money. But when I downloaded my 14 day free trial it was defective. It kept showing "NO DATA" for competition on every keyword generated and it kept saying that it was encountering a problem and had to shut down. I had to uninstall it. I'm saying this because if I had a defective download, others may also have had trouble and that will cost both George Brown and Brad Callen money - and I would REALLY like a version that works.

    3) I have a problem with the concept of creating fictional characters and fictional stories for these affiliate products. I know the rule of the marketplace is caveat emptor, but local statutory law is constantly attacking this rule. It definitely sounds like the sort of thing that could be declared illegal depending on where you're located. The new FTC guidelines for example - will they make this illegal in December?

    I really hope someone responds to this post - especially on the third point and tells me the FTC isn't going to "regulate" affiliate marketing to the point where it's not worth doing.

    David H.
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      • Profile picture of the author ismailk81
        i bought but nothing work wasting of time and money google snipper
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        • Profile picture of the author askloz
          huh?

          there is nothing wrong in Gsniper...

          if you have a new site, it will have pages disappear for the first time then it will come back, that's normal, dont blame Gsniper, learn how SE's work.

          Originally Posted by ismailk81 View Post

          i bought but nothing work wasting of time and money google snipper
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          • Originally Posted by askloz View Post


            if you have a new site, it will have pages disappear for the first time then it will come back, that's normal, dont blame Gsniper, learn how SE's work.
            I wasn't even going to humour him Loz.
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    • Profile picture of the author LynnH
      Upsells - Let me say first that the videos all worked for me so no problem there. I passed on the first upsell but I took the second one ($10,000 in one week). While the marketing advice seemed great (just like Google Sniper), I take issue with the central premise that anyone can come up with their own product that will sell on this forum. This is definitely NOT for a Newbie.
      I found this out too after purchasing it, but I've asked for a refund for that particular "upsell" product and it appears I'll be getting one, although I haven't gotten it just yet.

      I have a problem with the concept of creating fictional characters and fictional stories for these affiliate products.
      I worried over this part after I'd read through the book the first time, but then realized that we all have to decide where we draw our line. I have mine and I still think I've gotten some good value from this product. I've been doing affiliate stuff for about 9 years but I've only been bringing in about $2,000 a year. I've always considered it an obsessive hobby I have. I'm hoping this system will get me over the hump and help me gain some momentum. Some of this stuff I've already been trying (niche sites, etc) but I've definitely not been going about it the right way. I'm fired up to get some more sites up that are low-maintenance and better money. Doing is the issue. I know you can make money at affiliate stuff because I have money in my bank that proves it--I'm just ready for a little more~!

      GS is for newbies, but also for those of us who just haven't ever stumbled onto the right information. Not being in marketing makes it harder to put all that information together and frankly, I've spent years reading online freebie stuff, and I've found that it's too easy to get sucked in by information overload. I just needed a way to get over than income hump and something that can pry me away from reading about making money and just do something. GS is a step by step checklist, if you want to call it that, and if I don't do it, I'll have no one to blame but myself.

      So there you go. My opinion about the product. I have no sites up yet, but one in progress, and I can't say objectively if it truly works as easily as GS says it will, but from my own previous experience with my own websites and what's made money on them, I'd say the sites I build with GS will at least make me *some* money, hopefully better than what I've already got coming in.

      BTW, this is my first post.
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  • Profile picture of the author kerron.a
    Hi guys, i've been thinking on investing in Google Sniper 2, and i must say this thread has some very interesting views. What i'd like to know is, have there been any major changes in the approach and technique compared to the 1st version of google sniper? Or is the concept pretty much the same but with added tools an videos?
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  • Profile picture of the author SeanTellsDotNet
    I wanted to add to my post: There are backlinks involved in Google Sniper. Putting time into social bookmarking may be a different name for backlinks, but like the rose, may still smell of sweet work. I like work. I don't believe in get rich quick. Just wanted to throw my last thought in there.
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    • Profile picture of the author Learnanew
      Originally Posted by SeanTellsDotNet View Post

      I wanted to add to my post: There are backlinks involved in Google Sniper. Putting time into social bookmarking may be a different name for backlinks, but like the rose, may still smell of sweet work. I like work. I don't believe in get rich quick. Just wanted to throw my last thought in there.
      Aren't most bookmarking links no-follow though?
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  • Profile picture of the author opportunites
    Of course this method is not perfect but the most important thing is the Google Sniper method works. it can help to generate good money
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  • Profile picture of the author DavidDeanWillis
    Late Monday, October 19th, I bit the bullet and went through the Google Sniper Sales Process (1 Frontend Product for $77 with $37 monthly forced continuity after 30-day trial -- 2 Backend Product Offers (OTO's) for $97 and $67).

    I purchased all three products for a total of $241.

    Since Google Sniper is sold via ClickBank, it gives me the 110% confidence I can receive refunds in a timely manner should the product prove to be sub-par.

    I had written off purchasing Google Sniper when it first launched since I already have tons of other products to keep me busy for ages.

    However, an exceptional package of bonuses offered to me by another marketer motivated me to take the Google Sniper plunge.

    I wasn't happy about the forced continuity nor the 2 backend offers when I first encountered them.

    But, again, I reminded myself that since it's through ClickBank, a bad purchase can be remedied easily enough.

    The marketers that snatch your credit card number and make it impossible to contact them are the one's that should be avoided when it comes to forced continuity programs.

    With ClickBank, it's simple to stop recurring payments (once you find the page to do it).

    By the way, keeping the original ClickBank Order Receipt Email is key to being able to promptly stopping recurring payments as well as requesting refunds.

    Anyhow, I plan to put Google Sniper and the two backend products through the paces over the next 2 weeks.

    I will also be keeping my eyes opened here to see if anyone else has achieved success with the product.

    If I can generate even a few sales by the end of October, I will be a very happy camper and will gladly recommend Google Sniper to others.

    But, for now, I'm at the "gee, I hope this one works" point.

    Now time for me to roll up my sleeves, get to work, and give Google Sniper a fair try.

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  • Profile picture of the author StuEllison
    Hi all,
    Just wanted to add a comment regarding the Google Sniper second upsell... (22k secret bonus) and a couple of free tips.

    A few people have had trouble viewing the included video content in the GS package.

    If you are a Mac user, DONT bother downloading the
    suggested VLC viewer to watch videos.

    Instead, save Time, Bandwidth, and Drive space by simply downloading
    this tiny plug for Quicktime. This will let you watch the (.wmv) GS video content on your Mac. Its FREE.
    Just Google: 'Flip4Mac'

    As George freely admits himself, He is no technical genius.
    This truth is highlighted in the first 90 seconds of the 1st (22k secret) Training Videos.

    We see George grappling with a Vista 'Nag' window- related to graphics settings- that pops up onscreen while delivering his presentation!

    I can see how someone might be 'put off' by this and other minor technical glitches. Personally, in a funny way, I found
    It had the effect of giving me confidence.

    Here is a successful online seller who (in reality) is just another 'regular' computer user. It's strangely comforting to see George battle with the same operational issues that most of us learn to 'workaround' or 'live with'.

    The special thing about this 'regular' battler is that he has gotten up and created something, even though he himself is no technical guru.

    So what do you get for your cash? (I paid AUD $75)
    The (Google Sniper) '22k Secret' upsell provides the user with:

    A nice length e-book (the 'advanced' manual) read this first- and
    6 training videos to break down and detail the 'secret' and how
    the end user might implement their own version of the strategy.

    I liked the e-book and found it didn't take too long to read and was well written and easy to understand and digest.

    I liked the videos too, but take your time, they require a little bit of
    focus on your part.

    Technically speaking, the choice of video format shows room for improvement. The execution can be improved upon too.
    I'd also personally love to 'crunch' Georges next collection of video offerings, as they could be edited WAY slicker, tighter, cleaner and shorter.

    George has ZERO Video post-production happening, which is, to me, hilarious. Once again though, from a competitive angle, I find this encouraging.

    For AUD $75, the (video) audio is probably of a lesser quality than it should be, but you WILL be able to hear everything, and that's ultimately what matters.

    As a newbie, I actually like Georges style, and I think even though the upsells are quite cheeky, I certainly don't blame him for trying it.

    For me, even though its kinda pricey, '22k Secret' is legitimate, well executed overall, lively, and offered in good spirit.

    George will definitely have his hands full for a while with the ongoing webinar training component offered as a 2nd bonus to Google Sniper. (Like most people here, I didn't buy that one either.)

    This means George is here for the long haul, and will provide extra help for those who need it. That's comforting to (all of) us that have been scammed for starters.

    I will certainly let everyone know how I go personally with the main component "Google Sniper" V 2.0 as soon as I can.

    Enjoy!
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  • Profile picture of the author Darrell Whitwell
    Hey all, I hope your having a wonderful day,

    I have just bought Google Sniper myself. I am still going through the package.

    There is a Huge amount of really good quality advise and detail. I am really looking forward to getting started, but I want to go thru the complete package at least once first to get a good over-view.

    For their ages George and his partner Alex, have really got it together.

    So far this is the best package I have ever purchased yet. And I can assure you, there's been a few $$$... go down the drain.

    George and Alex certianly show that they have your best interest in mind. They show themselves as being very friendly and helpful.

    So, Go for it, if you haven't already bought it.


    BTW The second upsell is well worth the purchase.
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  • Profile picture of the author rigby38
    Just to let everyone know. I have been reading these forums for while now. This is my first post to this forum.

    I bought GS but passed on the upsells. I'm pretty new to this game and decided to try out GS and see where it goes.

    I already have my first sniper site up and indexed by google. Tonight I'm adding the affiliate links and the last of the 3 posts.

    I figure if I say I will keep updating my progress on this forum it will keep me going without getting side tracked with something else. So I plan on updating to see how GS works for me.

    Even if this site fails I plan on sticking with it for at least 10 sniper sites to see what the results are. Actually I'm planning on putting up one site every week until I get to 10 and see what the results are.

    I will update the results as I get them. (I always do what I tell people I'm going to do so this will force me to KEEP DOING IT!)
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    • Profile picture of the author mrmagos
      I purchased Google Sniper Thursday night. I just finished reading the ebook yesterday. I haven't watched the videos yet, but I downloaded them and made sure they worked before I moved on.

      Overall, I'm impressed. I can identify with George as a lazy person myself. I like his approach - investing some time and effort upfront, then hands off afterward. Since I have a lot of technical knowledge, I won't be following the guide exactly on that aspect. Here's what I plan on doing to streamline the technical aspects:
      The only other deviation is that I won't be installing the Google Sitemaps plugin. Unfortunately, there doesn't appear to be any (free) sitemap plugins for WPMU. Fortunately, however, Google allows you to submit RSS feeds as sitemaps through their webmaster tools. I am hoping that this will suffice.

      I liked the tips for on-page SEO, especially the LSI keyword information. I hadn't fully grasped that, and George did a decent job explaining, and more importantly, how to implement.

      I felt that the preselling info could be helpful - I won't know until I put it into practice. I think this is an area I've struggled with, so just about anything would be an improvement.

      The only other concern is complying with the new and dreaded FTC rules. Being US-based, I'm anxiously awaiting George's (or more importantly, his lawyer's) guidelines on the subject.

      I followed this thread before the system launched, looked at the old WSOs, and liked what I saw. I really appreciated the link to Mike Iser's blog, who has shared his experience with the WSO version of the system (look at the early posts). I've been inspired by his efforts and will most likely do something in the same spirit once I get things set up.
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      • Profile picture of the author medway
        Originally Posted by mrmagos View Post

        • Installing and maintaining so many WP blogs sounds like a pain. I'll be using Wordpress MU.

        something in the same spirit once I get things set up.
        Do you know if a tutorial on how to use WPMu with domain names instead of subdomains? I looked around but didn't really find anything.
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        • Profile picture of the author gmr324
          Class C IP adresses for SEO and much more which aren't even discussed in the Google Sniper Ebook,
          For the successful Snipers in this thread, did you have your sniper sites on dedicated IPs with seperate C Classes? I'd prefer not to incur this expense up front, but would consider doing it if not having them structured this way would put the sites at a disadvantage.

          Thanks

          George
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          • Profile picture of the author askloz
            you don't really need to have a dedicated IP address, and unique IP's UNLESS you plan on creating your own network. most ppl will tackle one niche as George does, then move on to the next one.

            Though, even still, if your sites are related on the same ip, that's fine, still holds weight in seo side of things...

            so, get crack'n, and whip out those Sniper sites

            Originally Posted by gmr324 View Post

            For the successful Snipers in this thread, did you have your sniper sites on dedicated IPs with seperate C Classes? I'd prefer not to incur this expense up front, but would consider doing it if not having them structured this way would put the sites at a disadvantage.

            Thanks

            George
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        • Profile picture of the author mrmagos
          Originally Posted by medway View Post

          Do you know if a tutorial on how to use WPMu with domain names instead of subdomains? I looked around but didn't really find anything.
          You want to install it with the subdomain option, then install the WPMU Domain Mapping plugin. Just be sure to follow the instructions in the readme instead of installing it through the plugin admin page.

          Once installed and you're using a host with cPanel, just park your domains over the domain you've installed WPMU on and set the mapped domain in the desired blog's admin area. Feel free to PM me if you have any problems. I'd be gla to give you a hand if you need it.
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          • Profile picture of the author medway
            Originally Posted by mrmagos View Post

            You want to install it with the subdomain option, then install the WPMU Domain Mapping plugin. Just be sure to follow the instructions in the readme instead of installing it through the plugin admin page.

            Once installed and you're using a host with cPanel, just park your domains over the domain you've installed WPMU on and set the mapped domain in the desired blog's admin area. Feel free to PM me if you have any problems. I'd be gla to give you a hand if you need it.
            Great thanks for that, will have a look into this.
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            • Profile picture of the author Chris Koltai
              I find it interesting that a lot of the people in this thread are going on about how this is nothing new.

              It strikes me that people who already know all about on-page SEO, review sites, and marketing Clickbank products should probably have the wherewithal to determine that a course on the same isn't going to be overly beneficial to them before spending the $77.

              If you're aware of these things, you're probably already making decent coin. If you're at the stage where you can't wring $77 worth of value from Google Sniper, you probably aren't searching for Clickbank products on how to make basic review sites. If you're just looking for an additional business model, wouldn't you want to diversify, maybe into PPV or PPC or site flipping or something that doesn't market itself as a "Build low maintenance niche sites and profit"?

              Would anyone who has posted comments along the lines of "Bah this is nothing new!" care to expound on what brought them to purchase it in the first place? Not being facetious, I just genuinely can't understand it.
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      • Profile picture of the author realoptions
        I'm going to purchase this product because of the great reviews. I noticed that a lot of people are looking for more detailed reviews. Namely, they want know whether or not a lot of people were able to make money from this system. So I'll write a detailed review of my own soon.
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    • Profile picture of the author nushi
      rigby38 .... i'm impressed! you have a site already.. i think i'm getting caught the maze of keyword research and spent the better part of today searching with no real luck even though I am using KW ELite2. It's promising to hear another newbie has their first site set up! I'm going to chill a little and give it another go tomorrow. Looking forward to hearing about your success here. I will share mine as well.

      Cheers
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      • Profile picture of the author gmr324
        The only other concern is complying with the new and dreaded FTC rules. Being US-based, I'm anxiously awaiting George's (or more importantly, his lawyer's) guidelines on the subject.
        I just purchased this system Sunday and am going through the training. Prior to purchasing it, I asked several affiliates about this specific point concerning the upcoming FTC rules and never really got a satisfactory answer. The other factor to consider is the "thin affiliate" Google slap.

        All that said, I'm extremely excited to put this system into action. I've tried to build authority sites and hate the idea of having all my eggs in one basket. I'm wondering if anyone is using Market Samurai (vs Keyword Elite V2) to conduct their keyword research and do competitive analysis for their sniper sites.

        Also, does George have a user/support forum where members can compare notes?

        Thanks

        George
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        • Profile picture of the author nushi
          George

          The only support forum I know of is the one that came with the purchase of Niche Marketing Bootcamp.

          I tried KW ELite 2 and am curious about Micro Niche Finder to help me out further with my research as I didn't have much luck with KW Elite. I suppose conducted too many searches as the day went on which I hear may be a proxy issue?... I dont really know much about that yet.

          Good luck to you!
          Ana/Nushi


          Originally Posted by gmr324 View Post

          I just purchased this system Sunday and am going through the training. Prior to purchasing it, I asked several affiliates about this specific point concerning the upcoming FTC rules and never really got a satisfactory answer. The other factor to consider is the "thin affiliate" Google slap.

          All that said, I'm extremely excited to put this system into action. I've tried to build authority sites and hate the idea of having all my eggs in one basket. I'm wondering if anyone is using Market Samurai (vs Keyword Elite V2) to conduct their keyword research and do competitive analysis for their sniper sites.

          Also, does George have a user/support forum where members can compare notes?

          Thanks

          George
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    • Profile picture of the author cgallagher93
      Originally Posted by thebillionairegirl View Post

      Tell me about it! I'd like to have his copy writer on speed dial. In the videos his partner Alex says that he really is that good. Maybe he is the next John Carlton. (Well except for Jack's experience of course )
      His copywriter is David Raybould. The guy who did the copy for KE 2.0 and also for The Clickbank Code, which supposedly converts at around 7%. He certainly knows his stuff, you can hire him at Direct Response Copywriter David Raybould if anyone is looking for a decent copywriter.

      Originally Posted by longhotsummer View Post

      My one concern about Google Sniper is in the Rights and Obligations (in the Purchase Agreement).

      RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE BUYER

      The Buyer must pay the full consideration for this product that the Seller requires as the total price of the product. This consideration includes not only the purchase price, but other obligations that the Buyer accepts as well as potential rights the Buyer agrees to forego. By accepting this Purchase Agreement, the Buyer agrees to receive continuing follow-up contact from the Seller including email, mail, newsletters, product updates, product recall notices, product improvements, telephone calls from the Seller and/or telemarketing organizations and/or pollsters for the purpose of solicitation related to the instant product or any other product or service. Buyer agrees to post-sale contact from joint venture partners of the Seller or from others who have a commercial relationship with the Seller. Buyer agrees that all personal information about the buyer or his or her buying habits and preferences, including address and phone number, may be placed in a general database and agrees that this information may be shared, rented or sold to third parties. However, Buyer shall at all times be fully empowered to sever contact with the Seller by notification using the 'unsubscribe' link in solicitations. Moreover, the Buyer retains the right to refuse specific contact with some third party solicitors and maintain it with others. The Buyer retains the right to have his or her name removed from a general solicitation database. The Buyer's agreement to accept solicitation and contact may be reduced, enhanced, limited or terminated by notification to anyone contacting the Buyer. The burden is on the Buyer to prove that such communication was made to and received by the person making contact. Buyer agrees that Seller is not liable for communications made to the Buyer by parties unrelated to this purchase even though referred by the Seller. Buyer accepts full responsibility for limiting unsolicited contact and Buyer understands that he retains all rights to directly restrict communication or solicitation from any party including the Seller.
      The Buyer agrees to allow the Seller to collect, store, and use for marketing purposes all information collected from, provided by or otherwise ascertained by electronic means from the Buyer. The Buyer, specifically, and as part of the consideration paid for this product, waives all right to access, retrieve, or control such information except that the Buyer retains the right to restrict contact as described previously.

      What it basically says is this:

      We will sell your details whether you want us to or not.

      Once you receive the deluge of junk mail and marketing calls from the people we hawk your details to, don’t bother asking us to stop it, it’s up to you to stop it.

      Seriously considering buying the programme, I e.mailed George’s company on 17 Oct, asking for clarification on this. Sadly, I haven’t received a response. I’m left wondering: ‘If this lot ignore me BEFORE they’ve got my money, how will they behave towards me, once they’ve banked it?’

      Be interesting to read about the marketing calls experience from those who subscribed to Google Sniper earlier this year.
      Understand you're concerned, but what you have to understand is that in the heat of a launch and with something like 3,000 orders to sort out, George has been bloody busy lol. I'm sure he'll find time to get back to you!

      Originally Posted by rigby38 View Post

      Just to let everyone know. I have been reading these forums for while now. This is my first post to this forum.

      I bought GS but passed on the upsells. I'm pretty new to this game and decided to try out GS and see where it goes.

      I already have my first sniper site up and indexed by google. Tonight I'm adding the affiliate links and the last of the 3 posts.

      I figure if I say I will keep updating my progress on this forum it will keep me going without getting side tracked with something else. So I plan on updating to see how GS works for me.

      Even if this site fails I plan on sticking with it for at least 10 sniper sites to see what the results are. Actually I'm planning on putting up one site every week until I get to 10 and see what the results are.

      I will update the results as I get them. (I always do what I tell people I'm going to do so this will force me to KEEP DOING IT!)
      Lol, you sound pretty determined. I have to say it's a good attitude to have, but make sure you put the required amount of effort into your Sniper Sites. I recommend spending at least 7 days putting a site up and would advise adding a few more posts from time to time...

      Good luck!
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      • Profile picture of the author lloydy14
        Hi Guys

        After reading this whole thread it would be nice to hear of someone making an income from this product, or any other for that matter.

        John
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      • Profile picture of the author askloz
        Originally Posted by cgallagher93 View Post

        His copywriter is David Raybould. The guy who did the copy for KE 2.0 and also for The Clickbank Code, which supposedly converts at around 7%. He certainly knows his stuff, you can hire him at Direct Response Copywriter David Raybould if anyone is looking for a decent copywriter.

        Brad ended up rewriting his sales copy cos it was only converting at 1%, when brad touched it up, it went to 9%
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          Originally Posted by askloz View Post

          Brad ended up rewriting his sales copy cos it was only converting at 1%, when brad touched it up, it went to 9%
          Wow man, is that true? All I know is that George was raving about him and the Clickbank Code sold like crazy... where did you hear this?
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          • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Kelsall
            Simon,

            Good stuff man!!

            I picked a couple of things up out of your posts as well!

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          • Profile picture of the author askloz
            LOL, no i just made it up cos i was bored... :p



            Originally Posted by cgallagher93 View Post

            Wow man, is that true? All I know is that George was raving about him and the Clickbank Code sold like crazy... where did you hear this?
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            • Profile picture of the author Ryans
              Hi Everyone,

              Appreciate if someone can give lend me a piece of thought here..

              I have used GSniper and yup it works. The thing i want to ask is, not all the targeted keywords has relevant affiliate products associated with them. I am focusing more on digital products.

              Has anyone encountered the same issue and any idea to work around this? I know that i can engage a writer from elance.com to do up the ebook but what about setting up the payment processor?

              Appreciate if someones who has done this before shed some light here. I am sure it would be a great help to other warriors too.

              Million Thanks!
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              • Profile picture of the author askloz
                Originally Posted by Ryans View Post

                Hi Everyone,

                Appreciate if someone can give lend me a piece of thought here..

                I have used GSniper and yup it works. The thing i want to ask is, not all the targeted keywords has relevant affiliate products associated with them. I am focusing more on digital products.
                I think you're thinking too hard about it and just got confused mate.

                First, since you know the type of digital products you want to promote.
                Start drilling down into those keywords.

                Now one product that I can recommend, well, two actually, is KE 2.0 and buyer Keywords... now Buyer Keywords I tried, but got a refund on because I was specifically looking into the forex niche, and found that it didn't help at all, which they were kind enough to understand and issue the refund, and KE did a much better job for the niche I wanted to target.

                Buyer Keywords Generator (not an affiliate link).

                This buyer keywords generator will hunt out all buy phrases (duh) to related products and even model numbers, etc... im not sure they have a trial copy, but you could ask, i think this software is just perfect for digital goods. try those.

                Now, secondly, it doens't matter if the chosen keywords have associated products with them. For as long as they are related, you'll be ok, it's about generating traffic and capturing leads.. what George hasn't mentioned in his videos, which I'll add as an extra tip for ya... is to use a lead page capture, ie, pop under, or exit pop.

                I was going to do it on the site I am doing a case study on, but I promised myself that I wont use my strategies to show peeps it works... any ways, you can capture those peeps and offer them free reports or give them coupons - peeps are suckers for discounts

                Add some adsense links in there, plimus, paydotcom, clickbank, CPA offers, private affiliate offers on your pages, and in your newsletter emails, except adsense of course. and you'll be just fine.

                Originally Posted by Ryans View Post

                Has anyone encountered the same issue and any idea to work around this? I know that i can engage a writer from elance.com to do up the ebook but what about setting up the payment processor?
                setting up a payment processor is easier than it looks... instructions on their site are dead easy to follow.

                Now as for setting up an ebook via elance, why not head over to goarticles, ezines, etc and copy 10-50 articles? I bet ya 99.99% of those who will read your ebook wont of read those articles at goarticles.

                But if you got a Q about what to do next on setting u a payment processor on your site, start a new thread in the ppc/seo/adsense section, since this is a review area for GSniper
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  • Profile picture of the author Mr.Cash
    I went through the GS package and yes like a lot of people on here I didn't find a whole lot of new information but its good to have it all in one place and clearly detailed. I have one question. Would your position on google not be far higher without the whole SEO website but instead use an article redirected to CPA offers or clickbank offers etc (basically bum marketing)

    With an article directory like ezine having a PR of 6 should this not ruin any snipers chance of having their website with no PR ranking and only a handful of backlinks being able to compete for the top spots?
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  • Profile picture of the author rigby38
    Update: I made my final post last night and put in that affiliate links in the post. The only thing I am having trouble with is how to make the affiliate link big in the sidebar. I'm using the default theme for wordpress. The only thing I have left to do tonight is to make a little video and upload it to youtube. Should be interesting as the only thing I have ever used my webcam for is skype. Hopefully it won't take me too long to do it.

    Im going to use the pretty link plugin for my affil. links on my next site.

    I have no affiliate links in the first two posts. I guess now it is a waiting game to see how far up the search engines the site goes.

    Tonight is make a video and if that doesn't take too long then its find another keyword to make another site about. As long as I'm done before the Phillies game :-)

    I just checked my hops for the site and there are 23-granted about 4 to 6 of them are from me making sure the cloaked affil. link worked. where the others came from I don't know because I can't find my site in the google search engine. It's probably further down than I went.
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  • Profile picture of the author nmh
    I purchased this as a WSO a while back and I HOPE I won't be charged more based on my understanding of these postings.

    REVIEW: Loved that the videos show EXACTLY what to do. You have to be crazy slow not to understand and it comes w/ PDF's. LOVE THE STEP BY STEP.

    I haven't implemented it yet BUT from what I can tell you will have a TON of work to do to make any significant money.

    Maybe the question is, WHO HAS MADE MONEY and HOW MUCH? You don't need to tell your niche but it would be more relevant to let people know which methods take a bit more elbow grease.
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  • Profile picture of the author clintmyers
    In case anyone is wondering, the gravity for Google Sniper is 603! Yes I bought it and have not regretted it at all. George is a very good teacher.
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  • Profile picture of the author candyeagle
    I purchased GS and the $22k Secret upsale on 10-15. I thought the $22k Sec would show me how to make more money faster. I was wrong. I finished reading the course and watching the videos yesterday and found that this program would be great for someone who already had a product/service to offer. I don't and I figure, since I'm low on the technical curve, it would take me at least 6 wks to come up with something.

    I sent in a request for a refund for the $22k Sec. this morning. I told Gg that when/if I get to the stage of putting together a package, I'd definitely pay him for this info. But for me, for now, it's just too advanced.

    Then I was ready to dig into GS only to find that the link that Clickbank sent me just led to his sales page. I also emailed him that I need the link to GS and the membership site. Very frustrating. Don't know the time diff between UK and Central time but I haven't heard anything yet. And so I wait....
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  • Profile picture of the author ScottR
    While it would indeed be interesting to hear from people who have made money, I thought I would chime about the matter of the revised FTC guidelines. It seems there has been a lot of misinformation out there about this matter, much of it due to the vague nature of the original FTC press release. The FTC subsequently clarified the new policy in interviews with the press. Here's an excerpt from one such interview given by FTC assistant director Richard Cleland:

    "Cleland also said the blogger or endorser would not be fined, but the advertiser would. 'We have never brought a case against a consumer endorser and we've never brought a case against somebody simply for failure to disclose a material connection,' he said. 'Where we have brought cases, there are other issues involved, not only failing to disclose a material connection but also making other misrepresentations about a product, a serious product like a health product or something like that. We have brought those cases but not against the consumer endorser, we have brought those cases against the advertiser that was behind it. If people think that the FTC is going to issue them a citation for $11,000 because they failed to disclose that they got a free box of Pampers, that's not true. That's not going to happen today, not ever.'"

    He went on to say that the FTC doesn't even have the authority to levy fines, and that this can only be done through a court case. You can read the whole interview here: FTC Clarifies Blogger Guidelines: 'We've Never Brought a Case Against Somebody Simply for Failure to Disclose' - mediabistro.com: PRNewser

    What I find most interesting in the above quote is that the FTC admits it is pretty much mainly interested in people who misrepresent health products, most likely the rash of splogs advertised on Facebook, Myspace, Hotmail, Yahoo, etc, for various weight loss products. These splogs are quite blatant, pretending to be written by average people who lost weight, and even replying to people who leave posts in that same character. A quick look at their privacy policy reveals the splog is actually produced by a company in a totally different country from that of the person allegedly giving the weight loss testimonial.

    So basically, you should mainly be concerned if you are making dubious or deceptive weight loss or health claims. This really is nothing new. Whether you are following George's method or doing any other form of marketing of health products, you should always be aware that the bar is higher than it might be in other niches. Conversely, if you rave in "character" on your blog about a WoW ebook, the odds are pretty darned good the FTC isn't going to take offense. At least that's my take.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexissalaam
    Hey guys

    I also just got GS went through it a little it looks to be great product a few of these things I've heard of before just like most of us have, but like most of us I did not implement, so what good is knowing the stuff if you don't put it to use or at least test it George has done an incredible job with this because he took action and got it done.
    So go grab it put it to use and we meet back here in a month and compare notes.
    Have a good day Warriors.

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  • Profile picture of the author rickstooker
    Taken to their logical extremes and applied to all forms of advertising -- as they should be if they're going to be applied to blogs -- the new FTC regs would destroy marketing.

    They'd have to go after Pepsi for hiring actors to drink Pepsi while being filmed having a
    wonderful beach party. And McDonald's for hiring actors to portray a happy family
    eating out. And THE WALL STREET JOURNAL would have to stop sending the current
    Two Young Men letter because the typical WJS reader will never become a company
    President.

    And what about next year's POLITICAL advertising? Will candidates have to prove
    that "typical" residents of their state approve of them?

    THE ST LOUIS POST-DISPATCH used to advertising their web hosting by running a
    picture of my mother under a fake name and implying that even elderly women such as
    her could easily surf the Net. At that time, she'd never been online. And got tired of
    hearing her friends talk about how shocked they were the newspaper would do that.

    So where is the line going to be drawn? Who knows? Let's hope that it does affect only
    the scammers.

    best, Rick
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    • Profile picture of the author medway
      Originally Posted by rickstooker View Post

      Taken to their logical extremes and applied to all forms of advertising -- as they should be if they're going to be applied to blogs -- the new FTC regs would destroy marketing.


      So where is the line going to be drawn? Who knows? Let's hope that it does affect only
      the scammers.

      best, Rick
      Actually the FTC has come out not to clarify that they are not going after people just for non-disclosure and that they never have. It's going to take more than that for them to try to bring a case against you.

      I just made a post about this on my blog if you care to read further.
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  • Profile picture of the author homeworkin
    I too was kind of disappointed in the $22K upsell. I actually have an ebook here somewhere in my dusty hard drive that has almost exactly the same formula in it. I have not bothered to look into who wrote the report first, but I agree it is not a way that ANYONE could make money. Of course, Kern's 4 Day "make back the cost of this really expensive course" program is also not as easy as all that for the average person.

    That said, I do really like the GS program. In marketing, as in everything else, there is very little new under the sun. Each of these concepts is found somewhere else, but the execution and the system made it worth my money. This would be an awesome plan for flipping sites as well.

    As for whether you can outrank an authority site with PR0, yes you can. I accidentally did a lot of GS type stuff with one of my blogs. It is on the first page of Google, number 3. It hit the top 5 within a couple of weeks of launch. I actually outrank an authority site that has been active in this niche for 8 years. And they have members, ranked reviews, directory, forums, etc., as well as tons of incoming links since they are recommended all over the place as a "go to" site for newbies.

    I admit, I was squirming over the "character" thing as well. Not that I've never used one, I just can't still wrap my mind around using pen names and fake profiles and all that stuff a lot of people do. I use my real name almost everywhere and I know that as my businesses grow I have to stop doing that. Makes it simply too easy to be copied, and makes it hard to maintain credibility in too many arenas. It could blow a customer's mind to find out that I am a recognized expert on women's health and hawking internet marketing products....

    All in all, I think the FTC and customers and everyone else will be looking for deception. I had to ask myself if I would ever say anything "in character" that I would feel icky about if my mom knew about it. If the answer is no, and it was, and I am disclosing that I make money doing this stuff, is it different than a writer who uses one pen name for writing sci fi and a different one for creating romance novels?
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  • Profile picture of the author Doiron
    I bought Google Sniper in its previous incarnation back in July. I've only recently started working on it, with one site up.

    Does anyone know if there are significent differences between this version and the previous release? I guess I'm wondering if there are any extra features or training that wasn't available back then.
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  • Profile picture of the author mrmut
    *** UPDATE ****

    Ok i bought google sniper on the first day it came out. 7 days ago.

    It took me about a full day to read it. I then went back and follow the steps. I tried not to question the process as i always fall off the path.

    K.I.S.S. ( Keep It Simple Stupid )

    It took me a total of 6 hours to set up my first sniper site. Here is a break down of the site.

    Keyword... " kw " 7k pages
    keyword... kw 39 million pages
    Keyword Searches 4k
    3 post on the site
    I have 0 backlinks at the moment
    I have 0 articles

    Results....

    I am index on google after 3 days
    I am showing for " kw" on page 1 position 5
    I am showing for broad kw on page 2 position 1
    Total numbers of HOP 43
    Total Number of sale 0

    Conclusion....

    I bought the course for understanding SEO and for a simple duplicatable formula.
    that is what i got. I am extremely happy with the course and looking for into building more sniper site and increasing my income.

    If you need to ask me any question feel free to PM...

    Thank you George
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    • Profile picture of the author mentorondemand
      Originally Posted by mrmut View Post

      *** UPDATE ****

      Ok i bought google sniper on the first day it came out. 7 days ago.

      It took me about a full day to read it. I then went back and follow the steps. I tried not to question the process as i always fall off the path.

      K.I.S.S. ( Keep It Simple Stupid )

      It took me a total of 6 hours to set up my first sniper site. Here is a break down of the site.

      Keyword... " kw " 7k pages
      keyword... kw 39 million pages
      Keyword Searches 4k
      3 post on the site
      I have 0 backlinks at the moment
      I have 0 articles

      Results....

      I am index on google after 3 days
      I am showing for " kw" on page 1 position 5
      I am showing for broad kw on page 2 position 1
      Total numbers of HOP 43
      Total Number of sale 0

      Conclusion....

      I bought the course for understanding SEO and for a simple duplicatable formula.
      that is what i got. I am extremely happy with the course and looking for into building more sniper site and increasing my income.

      If you need to ask me any question feel free to PM...

      Thank you George

      Now that is what i call a review which actual
      substance. thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author rigby38
    update-I just did a search on google for my keywork without quotes and I am number 6 on the first page. This in less than a week. Of course I know it will go up (google dance) and down. Now to see if it makes any money.

    On to the next site.
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  • Profile picture of the author Learnanew
    Yep, just bought it 48 hours ago and I'm already ranking in the top 10 for my chosen keyword.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gee S
    I've just read Mike Iser's blog Blog. It seems considering the amount of sites he's got he's not making a lot from this method. Anyone making a decent return from their sniper sites?
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    • Profile picture of the author Chris Koltai
      Regarding earnings...

      I have found that it varies across individual sites. My best sniper site makes me around $1100 / month, and my worst site that has achieved any sort of reasonable ranking makes me around $75 a month. Most fall in the $200-$300 range.

      As with anything, you get better at hitting the mark with practice. Also, expect some failures along the way. Learning a new method is not without its price. My first site makes me about $300 / month ranked second place in Google for its keywords. My second site was the $1100 / month one. My third site failed to make it past the 5th page of Google. Such is the nature of the beast.

      My firm opinion of the system is that you get out of it what you put into it. It will work reasonably fast if you pump out a couple of sites quick, and for a newbie, seeing that first sale can be critical to keep them motivated.

      Get it, follow it, and take action. You'll see results.
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      • Profile picture of the author Antony103
        how long did it take u to achieve 1.1k per month on your sniper site?

        did u follow georges manual to the tee??

        thanks


        Originally Posted by Chris Koltai View Post

        Regarding earnings...

        I have found that it varies across individual sites. My best sniper site makes me around $1100 / month, and my worst site that has achieved any sort of reasonable ranking makes me around $75 a month. Most fall in the $200-$300 range.

        As with anything, you get better at hitting the mark with practice. Also, expect some failures along the way. Learning a new method is not without its price. My first site makes me about $300 / month ranked second place in Google for its keywords. My second site was the $1100 / month one. My third site failed to make it past the 5th page of Google. Such is the nature of the beast.

        My firm opinion of the system is that you get out of it what you put into it. It will work reasonably fast if you pump out a couple of sites quick, and for a newbie, seeing that first sale can be critical to keep them motivated.

        Get it, follow it, and take action. You'll see results.
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        • Profile picture of the author big steve
          Originally Posted by timbuck2 View Post

          how long did it take u to achieve 1.1k per month on your sniper site?

          did u follow georges manual to the tee??

          thanks
          I have also bought this course and I'm very impressed with it. I am yet to put up any sites but plan to within the next week.

          I think that making good money from following GS is possible only if you choose the right keyword, niche and affiliate program to promote. It definitely is not going to happen overnight but if you follow everything I'm sure it can happen. Good luck to u all.
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    • Profile picture of the author Intrepreneur
      Originally Posted by MrEyeconic View Post

      I've just read Mike Iser's blog Blog. It seems considering the amount of sites he's got he's not making a lot from this method. Anyone making a decent return from their sniper sites?
      I made three back when this was a WSO. Nothing to show for it only $30 out of pocket costs for domains and 2 months of my life wasted trying to make it work.. Also the out of pocket cost for the product.

      My Verdict: Something you could learn a little from but don't expect to profit 15k per month from it. All sorts goes into making this a 15k earning potential. Class C IP adresses for SEO and much more which aren't even discussed in the Google Sniper Ebook,

      Finally I highly doubt the headline is anywhere near credibile in relation to what's inside the ebook.. a lot more to it than that.

      Gotta fly (bed time).. any questions I'm happy to answer.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gee S
    It's actually good to hear someone getting results, and congrats on the $1100/ month site.
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  • Profile picture of the author Learnanew
    Clickbank earnings are on his salespage.

    Of course, they could be from doing anything.

    But to be honest, the technique is so simple that if you made multiple sites successfully, how COULDN'T you make 15k monthly?

    It's only been 4 days and I'm on googles first page and I've made one sale for my selected keyword, just gotta improve my rankings.

    I do however, wish George put more into his backlinking section at the end.
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        • Profile picture of the author EmersonND
          Originally Posted by droog View Post

          I'm waiting on the webinar also. Popped in here to see if it was a problem on my end or if he wasn't around yet.
          Session began at 8:30 PM EST: I hope it is informative; good luck guys

          Update: Webinar is/was informative.
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  • Profile picture of the author rigby38
    update. Well I checked my site on google this morning and it was on the first page in spot number 5. I just checked again and now it is in the number 1 position. Still waiting to see if it makes me any money. But this being number 1 on google provides some motivation that this really does work. How long it stays at number 1 is yet to be seen. I'm going to start my second site this weekend as I got tied up at my JOB for the last 2 days.

    Find another keyword tonight and put the site up tomorrow.
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      • Profile picture of the author askloz
        You dont need to build backlinks if you follow what George is showing you in gsniper.

        one thing that George hasn't mentioned in his gsniper is that, the more regular content that you create, the more google will pop over and crawl your page, google loves content, and will rank you even higher based on how regular you post content to your site. Try it!

        Originally Posted by dzoniij7 View Post


        Probably you will loose your ranking but if that happen just keep building backlinks and you will be fine. Sometimes I have noticed that my websites go to #1 page an then disappear but I just keep building backlinks and after some time my website get back in even better position.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gee S
    Hey Loz,

    I know that you've been promoting GSniper. Are you putting this method in to effect. If so, how are you getting on, how many sites do you have, and what results have you got?
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    • Profile picture of the author askloz
      Yup, I'm doing a case study for it.

      my pages got indexed yesterday, so too early to tell right now, you know how search engines are, one minute you're in the index, them poof, gone, then back the next.

      How many sites do I have, hows 1,689 grab ya? These generate over 11 million visitors on a monthly basis, with over 6 million pages combined!

      I've got another 5,000+ domains that I need to get up and running, but can't really do that right now, way busy, but once I my Article Blog Poster is ready, these 5,000 domains will be up and running within an hour automatically,churning out content and back links as if it's going out of fashion... so move over My Article Network Loz is coming to get ya!!!!

      Sniper sites? i guess you could say that, but I applied my own techniques to these...

      The case study one, I'm not using my techniques, they're all George's to prove that his techniques do work.

      Originally Posted by MrEyeconic View Post

      Hey Loz,

      I know that you've been promoting GSniper. Are you putting this method in to effect. If so, how are you getting on, how many sites do you have, and what results have you got?
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      • Profile picture of the author sciborg
        I also purchased GS and gotta say I am really impressed. I would reccomend to people. I think he does a great job in walking you through the process step by step...
        Any ways good luck to all

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  • Profile picture of the author Gee S
    Holy Cow!

    How the heck do you manage all those sites?....or are they set and forget?...Maybe you should come out with a product explaining how you get 11m monthly visitors.....now that's something I'd buy!
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    • Profile picture of the author askloz
      One word

      "Automation"

      Nah, not gonna do a product to how to do it, but rather create a service that lets you do it automatically.

      any way, bit rude to talk about that, this is George's thread.

      Originally Posted by MrEyeconic View Post

      Holy Cow!

      How the heck do you manage all those sites?....or are they set and forget?...Maybe you should come out with a product explaining how you get 11m monthly visitors.....now that's something I'd buy!
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  • Profile picture of the author Gee S
    Agreed on it being rude.

    Anyways I've just checked out what you're referring to. PM'ing you now.

    I'm definitely going to get into GSniper, seems like one of those opportunities you can't miss
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    • Profile picture of the author Mark-Dickenson
      In regards to the FTC issues and the story method, I personally don't use stories unless I actually have experience with the product

      To me, that isn't being very honest

      I just really report that facts about a product without hype and just come across as honest.

      If its is a health product, I flat out say that nothing works 100% of the time for 100% of the people...etc

      Just be real with your customers in your posts and you will do fine.

      That being said, the site structure of the sniper method has treated me well

      Also, I usually use pen names...but again, if I haven't used the product, I report on it and don't claim that I have

      At the end of the day, honesty is the best policy..and in my opinion, if you do your sites this way instead and be real and honest instead of using hypey language and trying to "sell" the product, you be much better off

      -Mark
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  • Profile picture of the author Gee S
    Has anyone purchased this with a good bonus package?
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  • Profile picture of the author gmr324
    I've been able to find decent search volume / less competitive niches to pursue, but the target domain names have all been registered under the various .net, .com, .org. Some of these are just parked for sale domains with high price tags put on them. What would be the next best alternative to spending money purchasing these domains? What are acceptable words to add to the domain without jeapordizing the Sniper formula?

    Thanks

    George
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  • Profile picture of the author Mitch Miller
    I have watched this marketer by reading his sales pages
    and been a member of his mailing list for a while now.
    He seems like he is a nice chap and probably is honest.
    However that sales letter is hype city.

    I had the impression that this was some new, original
    ideas that the author had put together as an original
    system. That is not the case. The SEO discussed is the
    most basic SEO in existence. Keywords in Domain,
    Page Title, description etc.

    What he is basically suggesting is building "FLOGS".
    Making up characters (with stock photos) and stories.
    Under the current climate of the upcoming FTC changes
    this seems like risky behavior to me.

    This book was 99 pages and could have probably
    been written in 50. Quite a bit of fluff. If you
    have been reading this forum for more than a couple weeks
    I am going to say that you probably already know what is
    in this book.

    With that being said, if you are brand new to internet
    marketing and are looking for a step by step guide, and
    you want to lay out $77, then this would probably work
    for you. I think the topic of niche/keyword research
    could have been quite a bit more detailed though.

    Anybody upset about the continuity (Sniper Club) aspect
    of this has no case. It was disclosed in the sales letter.
    I thought it was pretty ballsy to include the continuity
    as a bonus and I give the author props for that one!
    --Oh wow, thanks. You mean I get to join your $37 a month
    club as a bonus?-- But it was disclosed very clearly.
    Not much inside the club area at all.

    The upsells. I passed on the coaching. I did buy the
    "$22,000 Secret" or whatever it was called. This is where
    I felt ripped off. This was a $67 52 page report on how to
    run a WSO. I kid you not... This one gives new meaning to
    "fluff". This seemed to be a grasping at straws to come up
    with an upsell in quick order. Very weak.

    Obviously I was disappointed with this product.
    I followed the pre-launch and the kid had me convinced he
    had something new. I am a little mystified with the
    feedback from the Warriors from when he had offered the product
    earlier in a WSO. I am at a loss as to what the rage was
    about. This stuff is all very basic and has been out there
    for quite some time.

    But... It has the edgy "Google _________" name going for it
    and it claims to have the secret sauce, so I am sure it will
    sell a ton. People want to believe the loopholes and secrets
    really exist.
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    • Profile picture of the author david carr
      I think that is the most honest thing said about the whole sniper system, I honestly thought it was some new techniques and was very disappointed. I think it was very cheeky that 22k in a week, if he said it was running WSOs I think he would have a lot less refunds.

      I put in 2 support tickets for a refund and haven't heard from anyone over at google sniper.


      Originally Posted by Mitch Miller View Post

      I have watched this marketer by reading his sales pages
      and been a member of his mailing list for a while now.
      He seems like he is a nice chap and probably is honest.
      However that sales letter is hype city.

      I had the impression that this was some new, original
      ideas that the author had put together as an original
      system. That is not the case. The SEO discussed is the
      most basic SEO in existence. Keywords in Domain,
      Page Title, description etc.

      What he is basically suggesting is building "FLOGS".
      Making up characters (with stock photos) and stories.
      Under the current climate of the upcoming FTC changes
      this seems like risky behavior to me.

      This book was 99 pages and could have probably
      been written in 50. Quite a bit of fluff. If you
      have been reading this forum for more than a couple weeks
      I am going to say that you probably already know what is
      in this book.

      With that being said, if you are brand new to internet
      marketing and are looking for a step by step guide, and
      you want to lay out $77, then this would probably work
      for you. I think the topic of niche/keyword research
      could have been quite a bit more detailed though.

      Anybody upset about the continuity (Sniper Club) aspect
      of this has no case. It was disclosed in the sales letter.
      I thought it was pretty ballsy to include the continuity
      as a bonus and I give the author props for that one!
      --Oh wow, thanks. You mean I get to join your $37 a month
      club as a bonus?-- But it was disclosed very clearly.
      Not much inside the club area at all.

      The upsells. I passed on the coaching. I did buy the
      "$22,000 Secret" or whatever it was called. This is where
      I felt ripped off. This was a $67 52 page report on how to
      run a WSO. I kid you not... This one gives new meaning to
      "fluff". This seemed to be a grasping at straws to come up
      with an upsell in quick order. Very weak.

      Obviously I was disappointed with this product.
      I followed the pre-launch and the kid had me convinced he
      had something new. I am a little mystified with the
      feedback from the Warriors from when he had offered the product
      earlier in a WSO. I am at a loss as to what the rage was
      about. This stuff is all very basic and has been out there
      for quite some time.

      But... It has the edgy "Google _________" name going for it
      and it claims to have the secret sauce, so I am sure it will
      sell a ton. People want to believe the loopholes and secrets
      really exist.
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    • Profile picture of the author Russell Hall
      Originally Posted by Mitch Miller View Post


      This book was 99 pages and could have probably
      been written in 50. Quite a bit of fluff. If you
      have been reading this forum for more than a couple weeks
      I am going to say that you probably already know what is
      in this book.

      Obviously I was disappointed with this product.
      I followed the pre-launch and the kid had me convinced he
      had something new. I am a little mystified with the
      feedback from the Warriors from when he had offered the product
      earlier in a WSO. I am at a loss as to what the rage was
      about. This stuff is all very basic and has been out there
      for quite some time.

      But... It has the edgy "Google _________" name going for it
      and it claims to have the secret sauce, so I am sure it will
      sell a ton. People want to believe the loopholes and secrets
      really exist.
      An excellent praisee and critically objective report by you Mitch.

      I think you hit the nail on the head in so much as indicating that this is nothing new. Basic keyword research and mining and basic SEO techniques including keyword rich domain names. The thing here worth focusing on is that the GS "system" advocates honing in using one single keyword phrase and creating a mini-site around it. By staying entirely focused on one Keyword (high density search and lower competition) you can't fail to eventually get on to Google Page 1 provided that you remain SEO active. I don't buy the argument that a keyword rich dormant WP Kubrick homepage with zero content and no backlinks could remain at Google page 1 for very long,.. it's a kind of Google-dance fluke.

      People want to believe in loopholes and the latest quick fix,.. especially among Warriors (specifically newer less experienced members).
      George has a unique angle,... " hey look at me... an 18y/o guy that's not a guru and is making a killing using this great system,.. if I can do it then so can you".
      Don't get me wrong... I'm not saying that George is a BS'er or a fake,.. because clearly he has created a system that works. But a lot of people can relate to this young guy and warm up to his sincere personality and therefore give it a go. But as Mitch has said "its nothing new". In fact, for $77 I'd say that Commission Blueprint goes a lot further to offering a replicatable formula for creating successful sites,... and those sites don't have to be entirely about Clickbank products,... that's just one monetization strategy for the traffic that comes from creating massive organic SERPS traffic!
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    • Hey Mitch,

      Did you implement the stuff yet? A 50 page guide on how to run a WSO, dude, it works, who cares what the system is, the reality is that it works and makes money. Had you done it, you'd have made money. That is what matters.

      I teach people to make money on the internet, nothing else. If you want a good read or "less fluff" as you call it and want to be entertained, buy a novel.

      As for the uniqueness of Google Sniper, I think it is. Unique in that no I don't build backlinks, and that no I don't build huge authority sites, and that no it's not super complicated because it doesn't need to be.

      I suggest you try the system out, make some money with it and maybe stop looking for a kind of "magic bullet" because baby, there ain't one.

      Originally Posted by Mitch Miller View Post

      I have watched this marketer by reading his sales pages
      and been a member of his mailing list for a while now.
      He seems like he is a nice chap and probably is honest.
      However that sales letter is hype city.

      I had the impression that this was some new, original
      ideas that the author had put together as an original
      system. That is not the case. The SEO discussed is the
      most basic SEO in existence. Keywords in Domain,
      Page Title, description etc.

      What he is basically suggesting is building "FLOGS".
      Making up characters (with stock photos) and stories.
      Under the current climate of the upcoming FTC changes
      this seems like risky behavior to me.

      This book was 99 pages and could have probably
      been written in 50. Quite a bit of fluff. If you
      have been reading this forum for more than a couple weeks
      I am going to say that you probably already know what is
      in this book.

      With that being said, if you are brand new to internet
      marketing and are looking for a step by step guide, and
      you want to lay out $77, then this would probably work
      for you. I think the topic of niche/keyword research
      could have been quite a bit more detailed though.

      Anybody upset about the continuity (Sniper Club) aspect
      of this has no case. It was disclosed in the sales letter.
      I thought it was pretty ballsy to include the continuity
      as a bonus and I give the author props for that one!
      --Oh wow, thanks. You mean I get to join your $37 a month
      club as a bonus?-- But it was disclosed very clearly.
      Not much inside the club area at all.

      The upsells. I passed on the coaching. I did buy the
      "$22,000 Secret" or whatever it was called. This is where
      I felt ripped off. This was a $67 52 page report on how to
      run a WSO. I kid you not... This one gives new meaning to
      "fluff". This seemed to be a grasping at straws to come up
      with an upsell in quick order. Very weak.

      Obviously I was disappointed with this product.
      I followed the pre-launch and the kid had me convinced he
      had something new. I am a little mystified with the
      feedback from the Warriors from when he had offered the product
      earlier in a WSO. I am at a loss as to what the rage was
      about. This stuff is all very basic and has been out there
      for quite some time.

      But... It has the edgy "Google _________" name going for it
      and it claims to have the secret sauce, so I am sure it will
      sell a ton. People want to believe the loopholes and secrets
      really exist.
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      Clickbank #1 Bestseller
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  • Profile picture of the author PLRwithAlex
    Is anyone using Sniper for physical products?
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  • Profile picture of the author Mitch Miller
    "Hey Mitch,

    Did you implement the stuff yet? A 50 page guide on how to run a WSO, dude, it works, who cares what the system is, the reality is that it works and makes money. Had you done it, you'd have made money. That is what matters."

    Yes I have been building blogs with my targeted keywords in the domain, title and description for a long time. I have also produced videos to market the blog. Since that more or less is the system, yes I have implemented it.

    I have rarely been able to keep a blog such as that in the top 3 without adding further content and backlinking. Frankly I don't think you can either. You will get the short term ranking but it won't last unless you add content/backlinks. I would love for you to prove me wrong though as it would make things much easier.

    Do you have some of these sites where you could show you have held your ranking for an extended time without adding backlinks or content?
    Maybe you could do a camtasia video on one of your domains and show us the history of one of these that has kept it's rank for say, oh six months?

    Yes I have ran WSO's. Some were profitable and some were not. I did not find anything in your upsell that would have changed my results. I certainly didn't find any content that I would be willing to pay $67 for.

    "I teach people to make money on the internet, nothing else. If you want a good read or "less fluff" as you call it and want to be entertained, buy a novel."

    Not sure what your point is here, but I think a novel would pretty much be ALL fluff wouldn't it? Since I am not looking for fluff, it won't surprise you that I have never read a novel in my life. That's the point really. I am not looking to be entertained when I buy a book such as this. My time is limited and I want it short and sweet. I am not sure where you saw me say that I wanted to be entertained?

    "As for the uniqueness of Google Sniper, I think it is. Unique in that no I don't build backlinks, and that no I don't build huge authority sites, and that no it's not super complicated because it doesn't need to be.

    I suggest you try the system out, make some money with it and maybe stop looking for a kind of "magic bullet" because baby, there ain't one."

    That is also kind of my point. There is no magic bullet, but yet that is pretty much what you make your product appear to be isn't it? Before you answer that one you might want to go back and re-read your sales letter.

    This isn't about implementing. It was an assessment of your product. I have offered my critique based on my experience. It's nothing personal at all. You can either take my opinions under your consideration, or discount them as meaningless. That's up to you.

    As far as putting your product into use, as I have already stated, I have used most of what you discussed as a part of my strategies for a long time although I have never thought of them as George Brown strategies, but rather just basic SEO. And as I have said these strategies alone are not enough to make it work, based on my experience.


    According to your last video you did about $440k on this. I hate to think what might have became of me if I had come across that kind of money when I was 18. You are doing well, just be careful. That money can go away a lot quicker than you might think!
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    • Profile picture of the author lsjimm
      This was supposed to be a PM to the original poster. But, since I don't have enough postings myself, I couldn't PM him. So, here it is:

      I was going through the Google Sniper today after buying it a few days ago. I ran across the same problem with Keyword Elite that you describe, namely, "no data" in the "competing pages" section. So, after emailing support and waiting, I started to search for answers and came to this forum. I am a member, although a newbie when it comes to IM. Anyway, I came across your post and was floored. I had the exact same three problems/concerns which you list about GS. I mean exactly, in the same order.
      1) Upsells - Let me say first that the videos all worked for me so no problem there. I passed on the first upsell but I took the second one ($10,000 in one week). While the marketing advice seemed great (just like Google Sniper), I take issue with the central premise that anyone can come up with their own product that will sell on this forum. This is definitely NOT for a Newbie. You can't just slap something together and expect to sell it on this forum without destroying your reputation. I will, however, keep it for a later date, in the hope that I'll have something worth selling in the future.

      2) Keyword Elite 2.0 - George's demonstration video was great, and for a Newbie like me, it seemed well worth the money. But when I downloaded my 14 day free trial it was defective. It kept showing "NO DATA" for competition on every keyword generated and it kept saying that it was encountering a problem and had to shut down. I had to uninstall it. I'm saying this because if I had a defective download, others may also have had trouble and that will cost both George Brown and Brad Callen money - and I would REALLY like a version that works.

      3) I have a problem with the concept of creating fictional characters and fictional stories for these affiliate products. I know the rule of the marketplace is caveat emptor, but local statutory law is constantly attacking this rule. It definitely sounds like the sort of thing that could be declared illegal depending on where you're located. The new FTC guidelines for example - will they make this illegal in December?
      Unbelievable. I felt compelled to PM you about this before I even read the rest of the thread. So, if the "no data", answer is in there then I will find it. Please, if you don't mind, keep me informed of your progress. I feel like I am in the same boat as you. The exact same boat. Unreal. Anyway, here's my info: WF: lsjimm Email: removed
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      • Profile picture of the author jnoetzelman
        Originally Posted by lsjimm View Post


        2) Keyword Elite 2.0 - George's demonstration video was great, and for a Newbie like me, it seemed well worth the money. But when I downloaded my 14 day free trial it was defective. It kept showing "NO DATA" for competition on every keyword generated and it kept saying that it was encountering a problem and had to shut down. I had to uninstall it. I'm saying this because if I had a defective download, others may also have had trouble and that will cost both George Brown and Brad Callen money - and I would REALLY like a version that works.
        In my experience you get this problem when google detects that you're using a program to scan and not an actual human. You can verify this by doing a manual search and seeing if you get a captcha.

        They'll eventually let you off the hook. Google has different max rates based on where you're coming from. At work I can search all day and not get hit. From home, I have to slow it down.

        KWE2 has an 'SE Courtesy' setting that you should use to tweak your delay between queries. After experimentation and talking the the support folks I have settled on 8-12 seconds and haven't been blocked since.

        On Topic: My first three GS sites have hit top ranking for both phrase and broad. Now to see if they make money!
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        • Profile picture of the author jayveen
          I'm thinking of buying GS but I'd really like to see a site that was made by someone who used it. I guess it may not be possible to show such a site, depending on whether that would reveal proprietary information, but if a lot of the product is mostly about SEO then maybe just seeing a site would be OK. If its not OK to point to a site, please ignore me. If it is possible, please post a link. Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Russell Hall
    @Mitch,.. an excellent response to George's post. The points you made are very relevant and made from a very sensible and objective perspective. I think the point you made regarding the longevity of a Sniper site remaining at GP1 for an extended period without content and backup links is very relative and I too would welcome George's response on that. Although, to be fair to George, he did say that it all depended (on competition coming up behind you,.... perhaps ironically from another GS graduate) and a site could last at GP1 for 2 months or even a year (when the competition is sleeping or on extended vacation!).

    As far as George's response and his claims both before and after sales, I get that he is a genuine bloke and that he really does mean well for his fellow IM warriors at the same time as being commercially opportunist with it (as any decent business person would be expected to be). The back up support and response issues are probably due to huge demands on his time and perhaps an unanticipated success with GS2.

    @Isjimm, I have KE2 and it is a terrific tool. BUT,.. the backend (engine on Brad's server) appears to need work and data input in certain areas. I often get "data unailable" or "insufficient data" when for the same Keyword search using Google tool or Keyword Blueprint Tool (highly recommended) I do get definate data. If I were you Isjimm I'd download the 7 day trial of Commission Blueprint with which comes the Keyword Tool and the Offer Analyzer which are both great for doing in depth PPC and SEO searches. Also the Commission Blueprint program can be bought for $77 which is a definate saving on $197 for KE2 (although thats worth having).
    @George,.. if the $440k earnings remark is accurate I just say "well don son".. power to your elbow! But I agree with Mitch,.. don't let it slip away as it can easily do. I have personal experience in that regard having worked all my life for the standard family wage. Then in late 2000 I went into real estate in Sydney Australia and by June 2002 I'd made over $1.3mil clear profit,.. but 6 years later it has all gone,.. bought too many toys,.. too many wild holidays, some bad investements, trusted wrong business people, lawyers, hanger-onners. Lesson learned,.. now I'm focused on the next million that I'll know how to manage and grow rather than letting it drift away as happened before. I say this not for bragging or sympathy because I have a great life now and I'm living in beautiful Thailand with my gorgeous Thai wife and 2 boys,... just words of experience that I hope could be meaningful to any reader.

    Cheers my fellow warriors, Russ.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexissalaam
      Originally Posted by RussRave View Post

      @Mitch,.. an excellent response to George's post. The points you made are very relevant and made from a very sensible and objective perspective. I think the point you made regarding the longevity of a Sniper site remaining at GP1 for an extended period without content and backup links is very relative and I too would welcome George's response on that. Although, to be fair to George, he did say that it all depended (on competition coming up behind you,.... perhaps ironically from another GS graduate) and a site could last at GP1 for 2 months or even a year (when the competition is sleeping or on extended vacation!).

      As far as George's response and his claims both before and after sales, I get that he is a genuine bloke and that he really does mean well for his fellow IM warriors at the same time as being commercially opportunist with it (as any decent business person would be expected to be). The back up support and response issues are probably due to huge demands on his time and perhaps an unanticipated success with GS2.

      @Isjimm, I have KE2 and it is a terrific tool. BUT,.. the backend (engine on Brad's server) appears to need work and data input in certain areas. I often get "data unailable" or "insufficient data" when for the same Keyword search using Google tool or Keyword Blueprint Tool (highly recommended) I do get definate data. If I were you Isjimm I'd download the 7 day trial of Commission Blueprint with which comes the Keyword Tool and the Offer Analyzer which are both great for doing in depth PPC and SEO searches. Also the Commission Blueprint program can be bought for $77 which is a definate saving on $197 for KE2 (although thats worth having).
      @George,.. if the $440k earnings remark is accurate I just say "well don son".. power to your elbow! But I agree with Mitch,.. don't let it slip away as it can easily do. I have personal experience in that regard having worked all my life for the standard family wage. Then in late 2000 I went into real estate in Sydney Australia and by June 2002 I'd made over $1.3mil clear profit,.. but 6 years later it has all gone,.. bought too many toys,.. too many wild holidays, some bad investements, trusted wrong business people, lawyers, hanger-onners. Lesson learned,.. now I'm focused on the next million that I'll know how to manage and grow rather than letting it drift away as happened before. I say this not for bragging or sympathy because I have a great life now and I'm living in beautiful Thailand with my gorgeous Thai wife and 2 boys,... just words of experience that I hope could be meaningful to any reader.

      Cheers my fellow warriors, Russ.

      Hi Russ

      I read your post about commission blueprint
      keyword tool you say it's just as good KE2

      I assume you meant comment commission blue1
      for $77.

      because commission blue2 is about $500.

      is that right

      Thanks

      Alexis
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  • Profile picture of the author opportunites
    I'm happy to see that i'm not the only one who think the google sniper is not perfect... but guys beleive it or not the google sniper method works!
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  • Mitch, I'm ill and it's 23:00 over here so I won't reply in super amounts of detail but I read what you said. I'm not sure what you are suggesting that Google Sniper doesn't work? It does, and I have sent many examples to anyone that requested it in this thread.

    EDIT removed personal stuff

    I am very proud of google sniper and get defensive when people bad mouth or critisize my product, if it were you, you would as well. We're only human :-)

    As for the product, well, I mean you can look at the WSO, the testimonials and just about any other thread than this one and you'll see the kind of feedback and results people have given. And some more here too: Google Sniper (many of them from fellow warrior members)

    Honestly, in terms of whether you should buy it or not, it's up to you, you can get it if you want, I don't really mind at this point. It is you that will see the most benefit from investing $77. I would love to see you in the Q & A webinars and seeing success with the system sure, but I'm not goin to keep checking this thread "convincing" people to buy or debating, I'd rather spend that time working on next months sniping content.

    George
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  • Profile picture of the author rigby38
    update: Well my first site is still on the first page of google. It is fluxuating between spot 1 and 4 at any given time. This has been going on for a week now. NO money though. I think I picked a bad niche that doesn't have a lot of traffic. Although the keyword tool MNF said it does.

    Got my second site up yesterday and waiting for google to index it. Hopefully this one will make some money as it is on a more popular niche.

    I would actually prefer to do these sites on physical products as doing them on the digital side of things is a bit of pain.

    George-when are you going to show how you do it for physical products?

    I don't mind the work or smaller payouts. I just want to get rid of my debt.
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    • Profile picture of the author cgallagher93
      The fluctuation below might be due to the fact you're logged into Gmail.

      Originally Posted by rigby38 View Post

      update: Well my first site is still on the first page of google. It is fluxuating between spot 1 and 4 at any given time. This has been going on for a week now. NO money though. I think I picked a bad niche that doesn't have a lot of traffic. Although the keyword tool MNF said it does.

      Got my second site up yesterday and waiting for google to index it. Hopefully this one will make some money as it is on a more popular niche.

      I would actually prefer to do these sites on physical products as doing them on the digital side of things is a bit of pain.

      George-when are you going to show how you do it for physical products?

      I don't mind the work or smaller payouts. I just want to get rid of my debt.
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  • Profile picture of the author realoptions
    Has anyone else made any money using the Google Sniper system? Or are people ranking but not earning any money like rigby38? I would like to hear from people who recently purchased the program and are starting to generate money from the techniques.
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  • Profile picture of the author devilishsaint
    Yeah George has always got something extra ordinary i would obviously gonna give it a try.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mitch Miller
    I'm sorry George, I thought it was obvious from my post that I had purchased your product and the one upsell.
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  • Profile picture of the author opportunites
    George is very interligent...

    He has made it possible for anyone, specially newbie to make $200 or more a month from a ridiculous wordpress blog.
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  • Profile picture of the author Doiron
    Chris Koltal - Great logic and insight. There are a few people on this thread who are baffling me.
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  • Profile picture of the author pearsonbrown
    This is a REVIEWS forum. Where else are people supposed to point out faults they find with a product?

    "It strikes me that people who already know all about on-page SEO, review sites, and marketing Clickbank products should probably have the wherewithal to determine that a course on the same isn't going to be overly beneficial to them before spending the $77."

    This is the place that provides that 'wherewithal'. Intelligent reviews from differing points of view, in a non-confrontational manner.

    Pearson
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  • Profile picture of the author wsiebler
    You can only review something if you try it. I have just done my first site and am impressed. 4th on Google for main target term first page for another and for 2 highly competitive terms within the first 30 results. Did I mention I built the site yesterday! I don't know about the earnings yet it's too early but this system looks to be worth far more than what I spent buying it. Try it maybe it will work for you as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author Oh_Facts
    Does this involve some type of 'new FTC violation' method regarding review sites? We all know how excessively 'exuberant the Feds can be at hurting biz structures....

    Hope the internet doesn't get regulated out of existence....M
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  • Profile picture of the author Sophymav
    Hey Guys,

    I just bought GS... actually downloading as I type this.
    Hmmm.. my first upsell page was really weird. I had basically one option. That I had to buy the 1st upsell.... From the comments here on this forum I declined. I just kept clicking on the no thanks part (which by the way didn't have a hyperlink) -
    Anyway... I just watched the first video Georgie boy is rather kinesthetic. Good sign...

    Just thinking that this method may quick easily be worth a shot and marry it up with market samurai... I love market samurai... Just wish the functionality of it was even faster. Don't get me wrong it is fast as it is - although tedious that I have to log in here there and everywhere at some different points.

    I just can't seem to find the training area. Meaning where is the training section the membership forum? I understand its free for the first month - but where is all the content? It is already making me think that I am going to cancel at the end of the month.... thoughts?



    Let's see how this goes! All the best folks
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  • Profile picture of the author Gee S
    Is anyone else having trouble with the trial version of Keyword Elite? The program takes sooo long to get data, and then all of a sudden closes on me. Very annoying.

    On George's program, I do have to say it's a solid system. Although you can nitpick at certain areas you have to realise that it is a system that George introduces. And some parts may be basic such as SEO but if it works then it works, you cannot argue with results, and it's important to realise this was written with newbies in mind too. I know some people are saying that results wont last if you build no backlinks, but there is nothing stopping you from doing a bit of link building (is it that much of a big deal?). If you're earning $300 per month per site, I'd be happy to do a small amount of link building to keep my ranking, even if I had 50 sites.

    All in all I think the system is solid, its jus Keyword elite which is annoying.
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  • I really enjoyed Georges product, yes of course some of it is found elsewhere, he can barely omit usable workable information just to make his product unique but overall it's a solid product.
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  • Profile picture of the author rigby38
    update- Well my first site has been sitting at #1 on google when searching for the phrase without quotes. Still no sales. Not much traffic either.

    I have come to the conclusion that I picked the wrong thing.

    My second site was indexed 2 days ago. Now waiting to see where it shows up on google.

    I think I am going to try physical products now as I am really not a fan of using clickbank and there are so many keywords and phrases for physical products.
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  • Profile picture of the author gmr324
    Rigby,

    That's great that you hit the #1 spot on Google really quickly. I'm curious what you based your search volume figures on for researching the niche? Was is Keyword Elite or Google?
    If it was Google, did you use exact match or phrase match settings? How low was the sniff test exact match competing site figures for you to attain #1 spot so quickly?

    Thanks

    George
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  • Profile picture of the author opportunites
    The first question I asked myself: is the google sniper method perfect? I wrote a report an explain why this method is not perfect...

    As some of you have said, some technics in Google sniper are not new But the most important thing the method works!

    It is more effective than I thought, it is one of the reason I gave a thumb up to George Brown... he has maken easy for anyone, a complete newbie to make money online!
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    • Profile picture of the author sentient
      Originally Posted by opportunites View Post

      The first question I asked myself: is the google sniper method perfect? I wrote a report an explain why this method is not perfect...

      As some of you have said, some technics in Google sniper are not new But the most important thing the method works!

      It is more effective than I thought, it is one of the reason I gave a thumb up to George Brown... he has maken easy for anyone, a complete newbie to make money online!
      And I don't imagine for a minute that there is an affiliate link anywhere in that report is there? Honest and unbiased.
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  • Profile picture of the author jhornung
    I bought Google Sniper on the launch date, and being a newbie to IM, I was able to get my first site up and bringing in sales in less than a week.

    George does a great job of laying everything out in the program step by step, making it easy to implement.

    If you're looking for an easy way to make a steady stream of affiliate income, it works!
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    Want to double your sales in the next 30 days... WITHOUT spending another penny on marketing? Click here to find out how

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    • Profile picture of the author Alexissalaam
      Originally Posted by jhornung View Post

      I bought Google Sniper on the launch date, and being a newbie to IM, I was able to get my first site up and bringing in sales in less than a week.

      George does a great job of laying everything out in the program step by step, making it easy to implement.

      If you're looking for an easy way to make a steady stream of affiliate income, it works!
      Hi jhornung

      Great post I made a couple of bucs it's about time i found something that does what its suppose to do along way to go but feeling good about it.
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  • Profile picture of the author opportunites
    Hi Sentient,

    In your last post in this thread are you supposing that an affiliate marketer cannot be honest? You are wrong all the way

    As an affiliate I’m a middle man… I do review and recommends products. In this particular case: I wrote a review about the Google Sniper Method, I explain the why the Google sniper method is not perfect. I highlight some flaw…

    Also, I explained that this method will not help you to master all the internet marketing skills… but I also show why Google Sniper is effective, why George Montagu Brown can say this method can help you to enjoy a 20% conversion rate.

    The main reason Google Sniper Works is simple and many people don’t get it: the method is easy to set up, any newbie can have great result with it… but the most important Reason you are selling to PRE-SOLD prospects…

    As an affiliate this is my job, and I’m proud to do it!

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    • Profile picture of the author sentient
      I'm suggesting that posting a recommendation in section of the Warrior Forum that promotes an affiliate link to the product in question is not an independant review. Whether or not you are using the common technique of pointing out a product has flaws to make your review appear balanced.

      At the end of the day, I personally would take with a pinch of salt the opinions of someone who stands to financially benefit from recommending a product. As I say, it's hardly an unbiased recommendation is it?

      Just my opinion.

      Originally Posted by opportunites View Post

      Hi Sentient,

      In your last post in this thread are you supposing that an affiliate marketer cannot be honest? You are wrong all the way

      As an affiliate I’m a middle man… I do review and recommends products. In this particular case: I wrote a review about the Google Sniper Method, I explain the why the Google sniper method is not perfect. I highlight some flaw…

      Also, I explained that this method will not help you to master all the internet marketing skills… but I also show why Google Sniper is effective, why George Montagu Brown can say this method can help you to enjoy a 20% conversion rate.

      The main reason Google Sniper Works is simple and many people don’t get it: the method is easy to set up, any newbie can have great result with it… but the most important Reason you are selling to PRE-SOLD prospects…

      As an affiliate this is my job, and I’m proud to do it!
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  • Profile picture of the author pierro
    Hi, I believe Google Sniper is an excellent program.
    Cheers, pierro
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  • Profile picture of the author opportunites
    Hi Sentient,

    hope you are fine!
    Here is the first question that has been asked about this method... before it became a big thread with five pages

    Originally Posted by jrodc777 View Post

    Hey Warrirors,

    Just wondering if anyone had a chance to get in on this product the first time it came around a few months back. It is relaunching on Oct. 15th and I am wondering what your thoughts are on it.

    Cool?

    Thanks You,
    Jared
    Then, I have seee many people quetioning the Google Sniper Method as I did. some people highlighted that Google Sniper don't bring nothing new... For me the method is not new but the fact is this method works!

    I did not care about what George montagu Brown will think when I wrote it...

    If I told you what the product is, and why this method is not pefect but effective and explain why it works, why I could not recommend it?

    Now, it is up to you to exploit this method or not...

    I will reapeat it the Google sniper method is not perfect but it is very effective, it can help anyone, a complete newbie to make $ 200 or more per month from each product or niche he choose to promote...

    This is a fact...
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  • Profile picture of the author warriordave
    This program sounds really good, would like to see more testimonials from people who are using the system, currently making a decision!
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    newbie here, is this offer any good? need feedback before i go ahead..... cheers. google sniper

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    • Profile picture of the author Cybermagnate
      Update on my GS experience. Yesterday my sniper site got listed and appeared on Google on the first page, 8th position. I added the affiliate links and the final blog as George said. Today, it's been kicked off Google entirely. Is it possible to get sandboxed after it's already been listed?
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      • Profile picture of the author askloz
        that's normal, it'll come back

        Originally Posted by Cybermagnate View Post

        Update on my GS experience. Yesterday my sniper site got listed and appeared on Google on the first page, 8th position. I added the affiliate links and the final blog as George said. Today, it's been kicked off Google entirely. Is it possible to get sandboxed after it's already been listed?
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      • Originally Posted by Cybermagnate View Post

        Update on my GS experience. Yesterday my sniper site got listed and appeared on Google on the first page, 8th position. I added the affiliate links and the final blog as George said. Today, it's been kicked off Google entirely. Is it possible to get sandboxed after it's already been listed?
        Are you using naked affiliate links , such as for example a clickbank hoplink ?
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        • Profile picture of the author esham
          George 18 years old voice sound like James Bond voice.. I still half through it but I do like the manual it's comprehensive + the videos. Like others had said before the methods was doesn't much new..some similar steps mention by other program such as Money Siphon System - Johnny Andrews, Com.Blueprint 2, etc but George did make me more to understand the common sense in IM, Keyword Research, tips to understand what the market tell you which is sometime difficult to explain.
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          Still playing around... http://sharepole.com/blog/ still struggling in quicksand and learning everyday

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        • Profile picture of the author Cybermagnate
          Originally Posted by SimonHarrison View Post

          Are you using naked affiliate links , such as for example a clickbank hoplink ?
          I tried masking it using Tiny URL but the link on the Merchant Site appeared naked. Anyway, as stated by the Askloz in his Oct. 31 post, the site came back the next day - Page 1, position 8. No sales yet.
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          • Profile picture of the author askloz
            It's LOZ, not "by the askloz"

            Why dont you use php redirects? you can add more link juice by using your own site and using keywords in that redirect.

            Originally Posted by Cybermagnate View Post

            I tried masking it using Tiny URL but the link on the Merchant Site appeared naked. Anyway, as stated by the Askloz in his Oct. 31 post, the site came back the next day - Page 1, position 8. No sales yet.
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            • Profile picture of the author Cybermagnate
              Originally Posted by askloz View Post

              It's LOZ, not "by the askloz"

              Why dont you use php redirects? you can add more link juice by using your own site and using keywords in that redirect.
              Sorry, LOZ, won't happen again. And thanks for the advice. I'll definitely try it as soon as I get my act together on the technical end.
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          • Originally Posted by Cybermagnate View Post

            I tried masking it using Tiny URL but the link on the Merchant Site appeared naked. Anyway, as stated by the Askloz in his Oct. 31 post, the site came back the next day - Page 1, position 8. No sales yet.
            Best of luck, the sales will come evenutally, it's just about building more traffic. I hate the "if you build it they will come " approach, honestly I think it's a crock, I prefer "if you build it and then you build a motorway directly up to it's door - they will come". We have generated 50% of our traffic from just a simple YT channel , my advice is to build the site and build traffic to it from simple, zero cost , rapid techniques , not only does this get you a bit of backlinking you also get more traffic sources.

            In regards links, I personally am not a fan of adding direct affiate links to sites, there seems to be a solid amount of of discussion coming out from the big guns in this market that Google ain't ecstatic about aff links everywhere, it's hard to tell where exactly the truth lies about the issue but to be safe , I always use an ad server which encodes the link or if using Wordpress I use the WP affiliate plugin which makes redirects.

            Openx for everybody reading this is fantastic , free and works a charm if you want to deliver multiple ads across mulitple snper sites and then just change all those adds in seconds.
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            • Profile picture of the author gmr324
              discussion coming out from the big guns in this market that Google ain't ecstatic about aff links everywhere
              Simon, if you're referring to the Google "thin affiliate" slap, I believe a lot of
              affiliate links with Click Here text is a red flag to Google to label your site this
              way. So, I can see where structuring your affiliate links as in-content links would be safer.

              Where would I find this WP affiliate link plug-in and does it cloak the links?

              Thanks

              George
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            • Profile picture of the author Cybermagnate
              Originally Posted by SimonHarrison View Post

              Best of luck, the sales will come evenutally, it's just about building more traffic. I hate the "if you build it they will come " approach, honestly I think it's a crock, I prefer "if you build it and then you build a motorway directly up to it's door - they will come". We have generated 50% of our traffic from just a simple YT channel , my advice is to build the site and build traffic to it from simple, zero cost , rapid techniques , not only does this get you a bit of backlinking you also get more traffic sources.

              In regards links, I personally am not a fan of adding direct affiate links to sites, there seems to be a solid amount of of discussion coming out from the big guns in this market that Google ain't ecstatic about aff links everywhere, it's hard to tell where exactly the truth lies about the issue but to be safe , I always use an ad server which encodes the link or if using Wordpress I use the WP affiliate plugin which makes redirects.

              Openx for everybody reading this is fantastic , free and works a charm if you want to deliver multiple ads across mulitple snper sites and then just change all those adds in seconds.
              Thanks. Great advice. I haven't done the YT thing because I used a fictional character (yeah, I know about the FTC issue, but I've looked at the guidelines, and I don't believe they make this any more unacceptable than it's been since internet marketing began). I'm thinking of doing a YT power point with a narrative, but have absolutely no idea how to do it yet. Your advice makes me think I should just sit down and study YouTube and Wordpress both in detail before I do another site. Thanks again.
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              • Originally Posted by Cybermagnate View Post

                Thanks. Great advice. I haven't done the YT thing because I used a fictional character (yeah, I know about the FTC issue, but I've looked at the guidelines, and I don't believe they make this any more unacceptable than it's been since internet marketing began). I'm thinking of doing a YT power point with a narrative, but have absolutely no idea how to do it yet. Your advice makes me think I should just sit down and study YouTube and Wordpress both in detail before I do another site. Thanks again.
                Hi

                A few tips then based on your comments.

                a) On YT, we didn't use any names, here's how I believe you should do it and this is what I have taught my friend and it works.

                If your niche site domain and primary LSI term is for example

                www.red-luxury-towels.com

                Then our YT channel would be

                www.youtube.com/user/redluxurytowels

                NOT your name or even a fake name etc.

                Then your video title should be red luxury towels , your description and tags should be similar.

                A quick sneaky trick you can do is find the no1 to no 3 rated video in your niche, run the URL of that video through YT's keyword research tool and find what tags they used, the paste THEIR tags into your video, bit sneaky but this will then put your video in a better placement after somebody watches THEIR no1 rated video - shussh :-)

                Also naming your video in a similar vein to the top rated video in your niche is also a nice trick,.

                So that's point 1.

                In regards making videos, simple, you have a variety of choices if your not up to speed with say Windows movie maker. Just use something like animoto, or other similar tool.

                You can use your voice in the background along with images from royalty free sites appearing in the video, slap in a few scrolling bullet points with the key points your talking about and voila, you have a video.

                Ensure you make a channel on YT and have it link back to your money site, put the domain name in the video permanently, not just at the start or the end but permanently at the bottom and put it in blue with a fake underline.

                At the end of the video actually say verbally "For more information on how to save money and locate the best red towels visit www.redluxurytowels.com

                Also put that in text in the frame while your saying it.

                You'll get a decent CTR from that approach.

                That's how I go about it .

                YT is also only the start, this is really getting way out of the arena of Google Sniper and I don't really want to keep cluttering up this thread even if it is giving George good exposure but suffice to say once you make a video go to tubemogul or similar, set up an account on every video sharing site and blast your video out to all those sites as well.

                Here's the bottom line and people just don't want to hear it.

                The people who make money in this business ain't that clever, I make hundreds of thousands a year in various niches, I'm not that bright, I just as Nike would say " Do It".

                It's a numbers game, make a lot of sites, make a lot of articles, spin a lot of articles, submit em, make 2.0, make videos, get your **** out there and keep building more and more lanes of your motorway/highway up to your money sites front door and sales will come.

                This applies to every and all types of site, whether they be niche sites or otherwise, it's just about constantly churning stuff out , try stuff, track it, see what happens.

                The worst kind of people are those than build 3 sites, then sit back for 2 months waiting to see what happens.

                I can tell you what happens, like night follows day, if you keep building sites, if you keep tweaking and adding your own twist and keep building traffic sources, you will make money.
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  • Profile picture of the author opportunites
    I have a google sniper site in #1 position for my targeted kyeword and page #2 for the broad keyword search.

    Without behing perfect the google sniper method is very effective!
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  • Profile picture of the author pearsonbrown
    This forum is a REVIEWS forum. Please concentrate on posting reviews.

    Anybody who wishes to comment about moderating policy on this forum is quite welcome to PM me or indeed send in a help desk ticket to the big chiefs.

    As member-moderators, you also have a system of red and yellow cards and the ability to signal problems to the moderators.

    Thanks.

    Pearson
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  • Profile picture of the author askloz
    I dont think ppl will show their links... go grab it any way, take action and start setting up your sniper empire, sitting on the fence waiting for someone else to post a link is not gonna pay your bills.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gee S
    Ok one thing that is bugging me is this entire FTC issue. I'm from the UK, so how does it all effect me in regards to sniper sites?
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    • Profile picture of the author askloz
      FTC has nothing to do with UK, it's USA based. DTI are in charge of that stuff.

      Originally Posted by MrEyeconic View Post

      Ok one thing that is bugging me is this entire FTC issue. I'm from the UK, so how does it all effect me in regards to sniper sites?
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    • Profile picture of the author cbsale
      I think if you do any business in the US or with any business that is based in the US "i.e. clickbank" you would fall under any FTC regulations. It would not surprise me to see clickbank with a new affiliate contract up before December... to try to protect themselves.

      Originally Posted by askloz View Post

      FTC has nothing to do with UK, it's USA based. DTI are in charge of that stuff.
      Originally Posted by MrEyeconic View Post

      Ok one thing that is bugging me is this entire FTC issue. I'm from the UK, so how does it all effect me in regards to sniper sites?
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      • Profile picture of the author askloz
        nah.. US has no control over UK. and visa versa.

        Only those who have businesses in the US have to conform to FTC regs.

        But hey, whats wrong with saying on a website, "these results are not typical, yes this person did buy this yada yada course, and yes they did make X amount, all information can be verified upon request".

        This is what started all this BS with FTC, at least some of it any way. these marketers hyping up their sales pages to make them sound like as if its the best thing since sliced bread. I've seen ppl make fake statements for testimonials, or got their friends and friends of friends to make videos to say things work, ie, FAP Turbo, each of those ppl are part of the ForexBrotherHood crew.

        Then you start getting all these complaints, i guess this is one way to reduce those complaints.. but not their main motive behind something as strong as what they're doing, I mean, the stupid sods have prevented US Forex Brokers from Hedging now... WTF, now all these US Companies have sodded off to UK, Australia, AGAIN!

        Originally Posted by cbsale View Post

        I think if you do any business in the US or with any business that is based in the US "i.e. clickbank" you would fall under any FTC regulations. It would not surprise me to see clickbank with a new affiliate contract up before December... to try to protect themselves.
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  • Profile picture of the author Learnanew
    Google Sniper is a great system for anyone who is brand new to internet marketing to learn to be honest, plus the plan seems so actionable you won't be sitting on your ass pondering your next move; if you don't have a proper market research tool though it may be tough finding keywords under x number of competition.

    The "Getting Ranked and Gaining Authority on Record Time" section was okay; but I wish George expanded on the concept of backlinks a bit more; no matter how small the amount of sites with the keyword phrase in the web title, if they have backlinks you're gonna have problems getting your site above the fold (a.k.a in the top 4), which is where most of the traffic clicks.

    Other than that; pretty decent guide, liked the video tutorials that came with it, easy to watch and understand what George is saying.

    You can make money with this system though, it's simple but effective; and that alone is worth the small amount of $77 that George charges.
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  • Profile picture of the author rmoore
    Brilliant ebook. Such a simple concept that works extremely well. Ranked #4 in Google for an amazing keyword within a week of following his instructions. Now need to expand to a few dozen keywords.
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    • I've been spending one long afternoon a week at a friends place using the general information from Georges product and John Xfactors product , a friend wanted some way to make some money online so I condensed everything he needed from those two products and over the last 2 weeks, we spent saturday afternoons setting up 8 sniper sites.

      We have 8 listings in the top 8 on page 1, about 5 in the top 2 positions on page 1 for the keywords, all within about 14 days.

      We have done some things not mentioned in either book but I've kept it very basic for him, basically a tiny amount of backlinking, thrown in some bookmarking, and a couple of 2.0's linking back to the sniper site to beef them up a bit , we set up a Youtube channel to match each site and wanged some videos up with the sniper site URL's in and tube moguled a few vids as well.

      Total time spent about 25 hours realisticly including tea breaks, pizza time, video creation, 2.0 creation, social marker etc etc ,baring in mind I had him working next to me mirroring what I was doing on the other PC, it's worked out to about t 12 hours each.

      We are getting nearly 1000 hits per week , not huge granted but it's only a couple of weeks in and we have already made sales. I installed openX on the sites and we are rotating various offers, CPA, CB and other stuff to see what pays the best bang for the buck.

      We intend to increase from 7 sites to about 100 over the next few Saturday's get the articles into the article databases, do some more bookmarking, some more video marketing, slap up a few link clouds with 2.0 and I estimate he will have a reasonably stable income of $2k-$3+ per month from this one tiny project which will take in reality about 2 weeks of proper work, I'll get a warm fuzzy feeling for knowing I've helped a friend transform his income and he may actually get his wallet out at the pub once in a while :-)

      All this stuff works, you just have to actually do it, it's an ideal newbie starter product and great for helping those family and friends who keep asking you how to make some money online.
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      • Profile picture of the author Learnanew
        Originally Posted by SimonHarrison View Post

        I've been spending one long afternoon a week at a friends place using the general information from Georges product and John Xfactors product , a friend wanted some way to make some money online so I condensed everything he needed from those two products and over the last 2 weeks, we spent saturday afternoons setting up 8 sniper sites.

        We have 8 listings in the top 8 on page 1, about 5 in the top 2 positions on page 1 for the keywords, all within about 14 days.

        We have done some things not mentioned in either book but I've kept it very basic for him, basically a tiny amount of backlinking, thrown in some bookmarking, and a couple of 2.0's linking back to the sniper site to beef them up a bit , we set up a Youtube channel to match each site and wanged some videos up with the sniper site URL's in and tube moguled a few vids as well.

        Total time spent about 25 hours realisticly including tea breaks, pizza time, video creation, 2.0 creation, social marker etc etc ,baring in mind I had him working next to me mirroring what I was doing on the other PC, it's worked out to about t 12 hours each.

        We are getting nearly 1000 hits per week , not huge granted but it's only a couple of weeks in and we have already made sales. I installed openX on the sites and we are rotating various offers, CPA, CB and other stuff to see what pays the best bang for the buck.

        We intend to increase from 7 sites to about 100 over the next few Saturday's get the articles into the article databases, do some more bookmarking, some more video marketing, slap up a few link clouds with 2.0 and I estimate he will have a reasonably stable income of $2k-$3+ per month from this one tiny project which will take in reality about 2 weeks of proper w