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This the latest push button software that pass the spam filter into my inbox.

The video has a very good production, and the story is catching and somehow original (the renegade employee that break free from the guru's claws and design a software for his own with the original guru's idea).

As Upsells there is a one on one coaching program, a traffic system and 20 ready made websites (down to 10 if you exit)

Well... is hard to say this but... is yet another AUTOBLOG that harvest content from different article directories spin the content and pulish it to wordpress or blogger.

It has a PLR module to drip drop your PLR articles

There is another module to harvest proxies that finds free proxies and use it to harvest the content from articles directories.

And there is a synonyms module to spin your content this need a bit of manipulation.

You need to install your wordpress blog manually, choose the theme and load the plugins yourself (Ok is easy to do but Commission Maniac take care of this part in a snap).

Still is too early to see if this tired method still works but I'll keep you guys posted for any results.
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  • Profile picture of the author ZNICK
    ::sigh::

    So from what you see, do you believe you can "push a button and start making money"?

    I haven't found it yet, lol. (I've stopped looking of course)

    So you push a button and it does what? Puts pre-loaded/pre-configured blogs on your server that all market a clickbank site? How does it generate the traffic, like the sales video promises?

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    • Profile picture of the author neodarth
      Originally Posted by ZNICK View Post

      ::sigh::

      So from what you see, do you believe you can "push a button and start making money"?

      I haven't found it yet, lol. (I've stopped looking of course)

      So you push a button and it does what? Puts pre-loaded/pre-configured blogs on your server that all market a clickbank site? How does it generate the traffic, like the sales video promises?

      Z
      I've stop chasing the magic bullet long time ago too. But before go and jump to promote any crap that the JV notify sends me I like to test it myself and see if it's worth to promote.

      The product is a content scrapper no different form an any other autoblogger, there is no auto blog instalation however, therefor no plugins/theme predefined.

      In the case of cash renegade, the traffic of the basic product resides solely on organic traffic, it's not for newbies because there is no keyword, seo, backlink training with the core product, there is an upsell for this.

      There is another upsell with a software (Traffic Tube X) that automates the traffic too. (I don't dare to guess what is it... youtube perhaps?)

      And there is another upsell with 20 pre-configured sites.

      And no, there is no way you can press "Play" and start making money with this in just seconds a day.

      hope that helps
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  • Profile picture of the author James_Harkin
    I have looked into the three example sites shown on the video and it looks like they are all from a program marketed in 2009 called Instant Site Launcher:

    For example:

    Guitar Training Programs. Do a search on Google for "5 Reasons To Master The Guitar From Guitar Superstars". As you can see you will find hundreds of similar looking sites all with similar content promoting a Clickbank product from Andy Johnson. This is probably how he made $60,992 from that specific niche.

    Best Forex Guides Review. Do a search on Google for "Check out our "HOT" new reviews for the latest automatic Forex Software and put your trading on Autopilot". As you can also see, hundreds of similar looking sites with similar content promoting a product from James Johnson. Probably how he made $75,000 from that specific niche.

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    • Profile picture of the author a17ddt
      Just checked this out,

      Thats shocking. Good to see google is doing well with their new algo to stop affiliate sites ranking at the top of google. lol

      Originally Posted by James_Harkin View Post

      I have looked into the three example sites shown on the video and it looks like they are all from a program marketed in 2009 called Instant Site Launcher:

      For example:

      Guitar Training Programs. Do a search on Google for "5 Reasons To Master The Guitar From Guitar Superstars". As you can see you will find hundreds of similar looking sites all with similar content promoting a Clickbank product from Andy Johnson. This is probably how he made $60,992 from that specific niche.

      Best Forex Guides Review. Do a search on Google for "Check out our "HOT" new reviews for the latest automatic Forex Software and put your trading on Autopilot". As you can also see, hundreds of similar looking sites with similar content promoting a product from James Johnson. Probably how he made $75,000 from that specific niche.

      Regards

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  • Profile picture of the author Gardenbella
    Why does the script sound a lot like the one used on promoting Go Click Cash! Me thinks they are the same. I think I'll save my money for something more important like paying my bills.
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    • Profile picture of the author HypnoHugh
      Originally Posted by Gardenbella View Post

      Why does the script sound a lot like the one used on promoting Go Click Cash! Me thinks they are the same. I think I'll save my money for something more important like paying my bills.
      This is way better that Go Click Cash.

      Go Click Cash you had to click 3 buttons to make bucket loads of cash.

      On this system you just have to hit the 'Play' button once and you'll get waves of cash over and over again.

      When I see these systems I RUN.

      Any one with a half a brain knows you must need to do more than hit a button.

      Perhaps these systems may deliver results if you put the work in - but why do they always have to over sell them?

      I guess the button you hit that makes loads of cash is the 'Add to Cart' or 'Download' button.

      But you'll soon find it makes waves of cash for them not you!
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  • Profile picture of the author b.super13
    Unfortunately products like these are aimed at "newbies" who don't really know any better. The product creators is probably making a ton of money with it and will also likely get a lot of refunds from people who expected something else.

    Having said that, I too gave up on the push button dream a long time ago. Once you realize that you have to work hard to get your business set up and running smoothly, you'll find out that you will have more success.

    If you keep buying all of these new push button software packages then that is what you will have, a bunch of software sitting on your desktop doing nothing. Now, I'm not knocking this product because I have not purchased it or used it, but it sounds like it is similar to alot of other stuff that has been launched recently which promise money at the push of a button.

    My best advice would be to focus on 1 business model and go with it - ignore everything else.

    This may be
    SEO - ranking websites on page 1 to get traffic
    List building
    PPC
    PPV
    Media Buying
    Offline marketing
    etc.

    If you can manage to concentrate long enough to actually work on one of those models and make it work, you will be much more likely to succeed. THEN, once you have something working and bringing you money in, move on to the next model or add to your business with these push button things or traffic things.
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    • Profile picture of the author ahmadbasyir
      Originally Posted by b.super13 View Post

      Unfortunately products like these are aimed at "newbies" who don't really know any better. The product creators is probably making a ton of money with it and will also likely get a lot of refunds from people who expected something else.

      Having said that, I too gave up on the push button dream a long time ago. Once you realize that you have to work hard to get your business set up and running smoothly, you'll find out that you will have more success.

      If you keep buying all of these new push button software packages then that is what you will have, a bunch of software sitting on your desktop doing nothing. Now, I'm not knocking this product because I have not purchased it or used it, but it sounds like it is similar to alot of other stuff that has been launched recently which promise money at the push of a button.

      My best advice would be to focus on 1 business model and go with it - ignore everything else.

      This may be
      SEO - ranking websites on page 1 to get traffic
      List building
      PPC
      PPV
      Media Buying
      Offline marketing
      etc.

      If you can manage to concentrate long enough to actually work on one of those models and make it work, you will be much more likely to succeed. THEN, once you have something working and bringing you money in, move on to the next model or add to your business with these push button things or traffic things.
      Good points guys.. ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author mido
    Just junk. It was supposed to post article to your WP site.
    Well, it posted just title.
    Total waste of time.
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    • Profile picture of the author onemorewarrior
      Originally Posted by mido View Post

      Just junk. It was supposed to post article to your WP site.
      Well, it posted just title.
      Total waste of time.
      It actually posts full articles if you enter your blog user name and passwords in the settings tab located at the top of the software.
      I had the same issue until i inserted my info then the software logged in and posted 5 articles in a few minutes. But as all article scrapers you need to read and edit all articles for relevance and content.
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      • Profile picture of the author onemorewarrior
        Hey how about an actual overview.Here it is

        System consists of three basic steps.

        Step1 : Install your blog

        there are 2 videos that show you how to set up a blog in wordpress and blogger.

        so off the bat you do need a web site unlike stated in the sales video.

        Step 2: overview of the tabs and how to use the scripts videos just over 25 minutes long;

        Autoblogger script set up 3:45
        Plr script set up video 3:07
        Harvest proxies script video 1:11
        synonyms script video 2:18
        registration video 0:26 sec
        advanced video 2:23


        Last step: Download the software

        it consists of 5 text documents and an empty article folder for you to keep your plr content in.

        you have to run the synonym script first so that your cont won't be the same as everyone elses
        I have been running this script for over an hour and it doesn't seem to be working. It may be a glitch in the software.
        All software when new has bugs and usually get worked out in a few days after launch and a bunch of support tickets.

        If you take the $297 upsell you get personal coaching and advanced tactics to make more cash.

        on the inside there is an option to take a hosting package through host jester and The renegade team will set you up with a fully functioning blog site monitised for 3 clickbank products.

        There is no step by step or do this do that instructions so I would say this is not newbie friendly you nedd some sort of knowledge of hoe to set up a blog to be fully monitised and seo'd if you don't know these things this may not be a product for you.

        Will keep you posted when and if support lets me know what is up with the software.
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  • Profile picture of the author gforces
    Interesting.... the story (the video) starts off with the guy saying has been ripped off by BS, push button software etc. etc. and then basically goes on to spin the same old same old by offering the same old BS and promoting nothing less that a push button piece of software. Go figure.

    The video starts off interesting enough.... but it's so slick you think immediately... this is too much!! Then the guy rambling on for 30 minutes... is he for real.

    Use these tips when considering stuff like this:

    I use these rules to decide if a product is worth buying now, and they work 90% of the time. You won't even need to come to Warrior Forum to ask. OK, so here are the tips:
    1. If the page is over-over hyped or if the video is too slick and makes you feel like a loser because you don't have the money, the big house, the expensive car, the plane, the helicopter shown (too much of everything: language, images, expensive lifestyle etc) Leave it.
    2. If it mentions that you'll make lots of money in no time. Shows screen shots of 'Clickbank' accounts loaded with money. Leave it
    3. If it is highlighting some text or emphasizing something to get your attention but you know that it's something that is almost impossible. (Real Time Stats). Leave it
    4. If they use story telling to try and convince you they were poor like you once, had a terrible boss, got sick of the BS out there.... and then got rich over night by using this software, utilized this 'secret' method etc. Leave it.
    5. If you see counters of people using the software in 'real' time: Leave it
    6. If it looks too good to be true, it is too good to be true. Leave it
    7. If it over delivers. Leave it.
    8. If you doubt too much. Leave it (you are most probably right)
    9. If the sales page is more than 3 normal pages long, or the video is more than 3 minutes long: Leave it
    10. If they insist on the guarantee (it is a way of making you feel assured). Leave it.
    11. If they make you feel like you are going to loose out on a great deal or in some way pressure you to get in now before it's too late (count down timers), the buy button doesn't appear until the end of the video, or that there are only limited spots or products available...: Leave it
    12. If it looks much the same as other products out there that you fell for and that did not live up to the promises they made. Leave it
    13. If the sales page does not appeal to your common sense: Leave it.

    (I have to thank another warrior for this list originally. I have edited it and updated in some areas to take into consideration that video is used a lot now for sales letters.)

    All the best,
    G
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    • Profile picture of the author PPC-Coach
      Originally Posted by gforces View Post

      Interesting.... the story (the video) starts off with the guy saying has been ripped off by BS, push button software etc. etc. and then basically goes on to spin the same old same old by offering the same old BS and promoting nothing less that a push button piece of software. Go figure.

      The video starts off interesting enough.... but it's so slick you think immediately... this is too much!! Then the guy rambling on for 30 minutes... is he for real.

      Use these tips when considering stuff like this:

      I use these rules to decide if a product is worth buying now, and they work 90% of the time. You won't even need to come to Warrior Forum to ask. OK, so here are the tips:
      1. If the page is over-over hyped or if the video is too slick and makes you feel like a loser because you don't have the money, the big house, the expensive car, the plane, the helicopter shown (too much of everything: language, images, expensive lifestyle etc) Leave it.
      2. If it mentions that you'll make lots of money in no time. Shows screen shots of 'Clickbank' accounts loaded with money. Leave it
      3. If it is highlighting some text or emphasizing something to get your attention but you know that it's something that is almost impossible. (Real Time Stats). Leave it
      4. If they use story telling to try and convince you they were poor like you once, had a terrible boss, got sick of the BS out there.... and then got rich over night by using this software, utilized this 'secret' method etc. Leave it.
      5. If you see counters of people using the software in 'real' time: Leave it
      6. If it looks too good to be true, it is too good to be true. Leave it
      7. If it over delivers. Leave it.
      8. If you doubt too much. Leave it (you are most probably right)
      9. If the sales page is more than 3 normal pages long, or the video is more than 3 minutes long: Leave it
      10. If they insist on the guarantee (it is a way of making you feel assured). Leave it.
      11. If they make you feel like you are going to loose out on a great deal or in some way pressure you to get in now before it's too late (count down timers), the buy button doesn't appear until the end of the video, or that there are only limited spots or products available...: Leave it
      12. If it looks much the same as other products out there that you fell for and that did not live up to the promises they made. Leave it
      13. If the sales page does not appeal to your common sense: Leave it.

      (I have to thank another warrior for this list originally. I have edited it and updated in some areas to take into consideration that video is used a lot now for sales letters.)

      All the best,
      G
      Agree 100%.

      Excellent post.
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    • Profile picture of the author jasondinner
      Originally Posted by gforces View Post

      7. If it over delivers. Leave it.
      9. If the sales page is more than 3 normal pages long, or the video is more than 3 minutes long: Leave it
      10. If they insist on the guarantee (it is a way of making you feel assured). Leave it.
      11. If the buy button doesn't appear until the end of the video Leave it.

      (I have to thank another warrior for this list originally. I have edited it and updated in some areas to take into consideration that video is used a lot now for sales letters.)

      All the best,
      G
      Whoever originally wrote this list got these 4 way wrong.

      Not defending the product, the owner, or the tactics used in this product, but if you take these 4 as gospel you should just stop marketing altogether FOREVER! lol

      Seriously - if the salesletter is more than 3 pages long, it just means it's more than 3 pages long. They don't call it a long form salesletter for nothing.

      If the video is longer than 3 minutes, it's because it takes more than 3 minutes to sell the product or service offered.

      If they insist on the guarantee, it's because it is required in most cases, does envoke buyer confidence, and most of the time is honored.

      If the button doesn't appear until the end of the video, it's because they feel they will keep the attention of the prospect longer because they wont immediately go to buy before seeing the entire message and offer.

      None of the above is a reason to leave a page or not buy the product.

      PLEASE DON'T TAKE THIS ADVICE WARRIORS!!

      Oh - and if the product overdelivers BUY IT!!

      I think what he meant to say was overpromises. But whatever.
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      • Profile picture of the author samora22
        Originally Posted by jasondinner View Post

        Whoever originally wrote this list got these 4 way wrong.

        Not defending the product, the owner, or the tactics used in this product, but if you take these 4 as gospel you should just stop marketing altogether FOREVER! lol

        Seriously - if the salesletter is more than 3 pages long, it just means it's more than 3 pages long. They don't call it a long form salesletter for nothing.

        If the video is longer than 3 minutes, it's because it takes more than 3 minutes to sell the product or service offered.

        If they insist on the guarantee, it's because it is required in most cases, does envoke buyer confidence, and most of the time is honored.

        If the button doesn't appear until the end of the video, it's because they feel they will keep the attention of the prospect longer because they wont immediately go to buy before seeing the entire message and offer.

        None of the above is a reason to leave a page or not buy the product.

        PLEASE DON'T TAKE THIS ADVICE WARRIORS!!

        Oh - and if the product overdelivers BUY IT!!

        I think what he meant to say was overpromises. But whatever.


        actually looking at the sales video right as i am writing this, dont know what to make of it but think it is too good to be true , bought a lot of push button stuff , they dont really work , you need to put in the time ie be ready to put in some good hours of work every day to make a good living onine.
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        • Profile picture of the author nmv
          I agree with Jason. And while some of tips on the list are good, if someone were to follow all 13 tips strictly, there would be little if anything left to buy.
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  • Profile picture of the author gforces
    One more thing.... if you keep threatening to leave the page without buying, the price keeps dropping and the final offer is $27. Now if it's so powerful why are they letting it going for such a discounted price. They must be getting desperate to sell... and why would they be if they are making millions using it themselves. I got to add this one to my list.
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  • Profile picture of the author oppcent
    Thanks again for the reviews saving time and money from the Next New amazing system.

    An interesting thing to note in the video, when I saw the yacht in the background going by I thought is he really in Montecarlo?
    But then I started noticing the tell-tale sign, on his left side at the edge of his chin and shoulder you can see a slight blurring shadow, which looks like this was done with a video background.

    Maybe he'll go to Montecarlo after he sells a bunch of these push-button systems.
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  • Profile picture of the author neodarth
    Is incredibly how the conversion rate could rise by just changing the word "click" for "play", makes you change the whole BS perspective, is the same old stuff but reworded, I think is genius. (despite the crappy product)
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  • Profile picture of the author BasilInc.
    If you look at his video closely you can clearly tell he is standing in front of a green screen not the "French Riviera" Press play?? Press this!
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  • Profile picture of the author visionary365
    As a newbie, I bit... and now I am trying to get a refund from this Joe Peters guy and of course...no answer. Tried twice. Once to support and once to sales. Nada. Anyone know of any other route to get a refund? I paid with PayPal.
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    • Profile picture of the author telewarrior
      As a relative newbie, I must have absorbed enough to react badly when this hit my inbox, but as an educational experience I watched to learn. I have to agree with what was said above about message contradictions.

      The poor email construction was a tip off to start with. That bird flying from the upper right to lower left repeatedly does give the green screen away. The person doing camera work on the speaker should manage focus better (like that wasn't shot by him on a tripod or pillow).

      Kim Roach should be amused, though not exactly flattered, at how the font in the sales copy mimics her Underground Traffic Black Book.

      To experiment, I kept hitting "Stay on page" to see how the exit popup decision tree was ordered. It has three cycling presentations (a sales funnel has to have a drain =;?) that starts with a one screen page that tries to get a email, the second is a discount offer, and the last is long traditional sale page. Thereafter the path is circular between the three.

      Could this be any more late night infomercial?
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  • Profile picture of the author CTonline09
    So basically all in all its a complete load of over the top BULL S**T and your a total mug if you buy it, but if you promote it?

    Well you could see some decent commissions ha.
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