Million Visitors Free - Anyone going through this course?

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Hello.

Yesterday I purchased a product called "Million Visitors Free" by Gavin Stephenson. The sales page and all the 3 upsells seemed really insteresting to me, so I couldn't resist to buy.

I don't like the idea about each upsell where the vendor tells you need it or you will lose time/money, buy I purchased them all anyway.

We get access to a membership site with videos explaining the whole concept of the course. I am starting to implement the methods today and I wanted to know if anyone bought this one as well, and what are your opinions about it.

Thanks!
#free #million #visitors
  • Profile picture of the author xxxJamesxxx
    We get access to a membership site with videos explaining the whole concept of the course
    Hi Leonardo

    Could you share the whole concept of the course please as I've just been mailed this too.

    James Scholes
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    • Profile picture of the author Leonardo Silva
      Originally Posted by xxxJamesxxx View Post

      Hi Leonardo

      Could you share the whole concept of the course please as I've just been mailed this too.

      James Scholes
      I can only speak for the main course because I didn't watch the upsells videos yet.

      Let me try to make it as clearly as possible, without prejudicing the seller giving away to much information:

      You get access to 11 videos (with about 70 minutes in total) where basically you set up a simple page with a title, a video and a button to an affiliate link. What the software (online) does is that at some point of that video, the person who is watching it is forced to tweet the page in order to continue to watch the video until the end and therefore receive call to action instruction to click the link below to learn more on how to do something.

      So I believe it can generate viral traffic on twitter, but I don't think it will be targeted traffic, as advertised before you purchase the course.

      The product also shows some comon sense stuff, which I think is totally unnecessary, even for a new marketer, like creating accounts with clickbank, twitter, gmail. It also promotes a specific web hosting company, claiming that other well known ones cannot handle all the traffic you will get.

      In the end, it shows you how to get keywords from google keyword tool and then upload videos to Youtube to get initial traffic to your page.

      I will give it a try and come back here with feedback.
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      • Profile picture of the author Johnny
        Thanks for sharing.

        >>>What the software (online) does is that at some point of that video, the person who is watching it is forced to tweet the page in order to continue to watch the video until the end and therefore receive call to action instruction to click the link below to learn more on how to do something.

        There is a something like this here: TweetPerView: Prompt viewers to tweet before they can watch your video
        If required viewer to tweet before watching.
        Quite cool, and is free for now. Not sure in the future.



        Originally Posted by Leonardo Silva View Post

        I can only speak for the main course because I didn't watch the upsells videos yet.

        Let me try to make it as clearly as possible, without prejudicing the seller giving away to much information:

        You get access to 11 videos (with about 70 minutes in total) where basically you set up a simple page with a title, a video and a button to an affiliate link. What the software (online) does is that at some point of that video, the person who is watching it is forced to tweet the page in order to continue to watch the video until the end and therefore receive call to action instruction to click the link below to learn more on how to do something.

        So I believe it can generate viral traffic on twitter, but I don't think it will be targeted traffic, as advertised before you purchase the course.

        The product also shows some comon sense stuff, which I think is totally unnecessary, even for a new marketer, like creating accounts with clickbank, twitter, gmail. It also promotes a specific web hosting company, claiming that other well known ones cannot handle all the traffic you will get.

        In the end, it shows you how to get keywords from google keyword tool and then upload videos to Youtube to get initial traffic to your page.

        I will give it a try and come back here with feedback.
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  • Profile picture of the author FromBrokeToRich
    Typically the owners of products with titles like that with many upsells involved make the majority if not all of their money via selling that "how to" product. Does he go into targeted marketing in the product or is it just a bunch hypothetical methods that you technically CAN do do generate free visitors? How to get millions of untargeted visitors is useless information in my humble opinion.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael_Le
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    according to GAVIN, facebook traffic is dead....CPA traffic is dead......obviously doesnt know what he is talking about
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    • Profile picture of the author Antonios
      Trying to interprete reviews it seems to be some kind of viral system.

      User or visitor one is forced to tweet and/or probably, facebook it, and their friends that access the page do the same.

      The sales letter says targeted traffic, not useless traffic, and that it is free.

      It says facebook is dead, but apparently, twitter isn't.

      It says that it takes 7 minutes to setup even for a newbie.

      Apparently, it could take 7 minutes, after you spend several hours or days trying to learn how to set it up.

      It says that it is a software web based, no downloads.

      Gavin promotes himself as a $30,000 per month traffic consultant.

      There is going to be some kind of launch of this software on April 9, 2012.

      Does anybody know who Urie Klussanoff is?

      Supposedly, this software will send up to one million (1,000,000) free targeted traffic visitors to any site you plug in.

      UP TO 1mm!

      Only a certain number of this software will be sold to avoid saturation or overload.

      ONE VERY IMPORTANT ISSUE:

      It doesn't say how much time it will take to deliver those million visitors.

      It can take several years.

      :confused::confused::confused:

      Waiting to see if this really works.


      Antonios
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  • Profile picture of the author monkeytrousers
    I dunno... The sales copy seemed a little too "hypey" so it kind of scared me off before I could even get interested. Please make sure you write back with any results.

    Everyone could definitely use a million visitors, but judging by the vague reviews here, it sounds to good to be true...
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  • Profile picture of the author xxxJamesxxx
    The only way to get a million visitors is with LOTS and LOTS of HARD work.

    James Scholes
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  • Profile picture of the author humboldt
    A million visitors ... hmmmmm.
    Look forward to hearing some reviews :0
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    if not now, when ?

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  • Profile picture of the author Chronic IM
    Hello!

    Some of it's reviews are not quite nice. But since you purchased them anyway, you should at least try it and see for yourself if it's worth your money. Be patience and give the try enough time to show good and quality results.

    Best of Luck!
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