Product: CB Passive Income
Cheapest Place to Buy: Online. If you do not purchase with the first visit, you should receive a two week trial for $1.00 and the renewal is $47.00 after the trial period is over.
Guarantee: 30 Days
Rating: 4 out of 10
Well, I had already written at length about this program, but some of you, I’ve noticed, are still wondering what CB Passive Income is about in the first place. So, maybe I jumped ahead too quickly in my first article. I’ll go over this program again in a more concise and shorter fashion here.
So, what is CB Passive Income About?
Glad you asked. It is a one time fee Licensing offer that allows users access to a lot of video training, and it allows the user to have a special page assigned to them in order to re-sell the CB Passive Income product to other customers who “want to make money online.”
There are a lot of videos provided for newbies to learn a lot about affiliate marketing. Also, the price is not too much to ask – especially when you consider all the training provided. Chan does warn people that this program is NOT a get-rich-quick system. He does tell people that in order to generate money, there is some work and the page must be promoted in the various ways taught. Users also have the ability to build an e-mail list which they can access from the dashboard. This e-mail list is, of course, people interested in earning money online, and it is a good basis to build a following for future email campaigns.
The “Cons” include the misleading marketing claims that Chan and his program can “do it all for you.” This is why I have a problem with the product. The claim that he does it all for you is, in my opinion, false, and you can read my whole report on why I no longer support CB Passive Income for everyone – especially newbies who think they don’t have to do a thing – except pay for the License and the Solo Ads.
While Chan does begin to send out automatic e-mails to your list, the leads themselves are questionable in that they are not necessarily interested in actually buying. In short, it’s more of a numbers game than it is Chan’s experience.
In my opinion, this product is geared mostly for those who are willing to put in the time to learn affiliate marketing or already know how to promote products using natural search engine optimization (SEO) techniques. The price is relatively low for the amount of training provided, and yes, I did generate some income from this program. But, with that stated, potential customers should not be misled into thinking that they can just buy “solo ads” and all will be well.
I do not encourage the use of the Solo Ad option. If customers do wish to purchase ads, they will probably be better off buying and controlling the ads themselves which I also mention in my previous article. I also encourage the use of their own e-mail list being built. Customers should not rely on Chan’s methods and automatic e-mails as they have proven to be not as effective as initially claimed.
In any case, if this article has clarified my position, and you wish to view the initial video, you may click here:
Operation Quick Money / Ms. Money Honey
This concludes my review of CB Passive Income, and, hopefully explains further what CB Passive Income is about.
Due to the misleading statements, I’ve rated it a four out of ten.
As always, if you have any questions or concerns about this review or any other information posted to this site, please feel free to ask me anything.
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Thanks fort he head up. I won’t use them. I really want to find a reputable company to work with, because I think it can be done.
Hi Sam, Yes, It can be done. If you are interested in working online, did you check out my ongoing journal about Wealthy Affiliate? So far, so good! I’ll be posting updates about where I am in the program. I will also be reviewing other programs. So, please check back from time to time. And, thank you for your comment! Your input is much appreciated!
CB Passive Income is actually on of the few less than quality products I have not tried.
I have done Solo Ads in the past and found them to be useless. It seems like everyone signs up using a “trash” type email address where they let all the solo ads go to and not very many people actually read them. I know I didn’t. If I didn’t, why would other’s read mine?
Just isn’t logical. I’m not sure why or how Solo Ads as an option to advertise for affiliates is even being discussed in this day and time.
There are so many more productive ways to drive the appropriate traffic, meaning people who are searching for what you are offering.
These types of products, are in my mind all about trying to take people’s money. These days, I am more about helping people find what they are looking for and providing it to them.
Well done article.
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