Auto Mass Traffic Generator, the name sounds a little fishy, but let’s see if it can deliver what it promises (an abundance of traffic).
What is It?
Auto Mass Traffic Generator is a product by Mo Latiff that is supposed to send a swarm of targeted traffic to your website with a simple click of a button.
There are also some training PDF files in the member’s area. You’ll learn how to set up a some PPC campaigns to profit from PPV (Pay Per View) offers.
You don’t need to know anything about web design, content creations, online marketing, or product creation.
That’s it, in a nutshell.
You’re given an affiliate link and a simple sales page, that’s all.
It’s pretty clear that this product won’t have much to offer but let’s take a deeper look.
Does it work? I’ll share my opinion at the end of this article.
You can also check out the step-by-step training that helps me earn over $10,000+ per month working from home.
In the package, there are about 16 eBooks that are dedicated to various topics related to online business.
These seem to be PLR eBooks because the quality is terribly low and even the formatting is horrible.
It looks like someone copied and pasted a plain-text book into a Word document and formatted it to a PDF file, it’s that bad.
Then, the most exciting part, the software.
You are told that this program will send a lot of traffic to your affiliate links where it will convert into sales.
Oops, that’s not what it’s about, at all.
As it turns out, the software is a keyword research tool that analyze website URLs to monitor keyword competition.
You can then use this information to create a PPC and PPV campaigns.
There’s a list of recommended PPC and PPV companies that you have to sign-up to and buy traffic from.
Most of the time, the PPV traffic comes from one of those programs that you install on your computer and little ads pop up from time to time.
In other words, the traffic from this software is not targeted at all and it will be a miracle if it converts.
If all you are interested in is website hits, then these companies will deliver hits, but not clicks, and definitely not sales.
Some customers have even mentioned that the software is broken! (more on this later)
There are also some training videos that show you how to set up campaigns and buy traffic.
These videos are not terrible, there are some useful tips, but it’s really generic information that can be found, literally, anywhere else.
What I Didn’t Like:
Hmm, where to begin…
For starters, the entire sales page is wrapped in hype and lies, it claims that you will be able to make thousands of dollars a day with this simple system, without having to raise a finger!
Do these guys have a international scam sales page script?
I heard this one too many times!
The sales page wants you to believe that conventional marketing tactics, like keyword targeted content, and content marketing are outdated and not useful (what?).
The sales page is one huge lie after another, anyone with a background in online business with be able to see through the hype, but I guess this product was not made for that demographic.
Second, the PDF files are junk.
Most of them are generic tips and tricks and they’re not even formatted correctly, disappointing, to say the least.
There’s no value there.
Third, mass cheap traffic is not good for anything but crashing a website.
This product is all about cheap traffic and it claims that you can get thousands of hits for just a few dollars.
Yeah, that’s not that amazing; traffic companies have been selling cheap traffic for years.
Why would anyone want it?
Cheap traffic does not convert.
It’s cheap because it does not convert.
It’s not targeted, at all. It’s not worth it.
Scam marketers like you to believe that all your problems can be solved with a lot of traffic, but only targeted traffic can solve problems.
I also noticed that a lot of other reviewers had a hard time paying for this program.
The money is withdrawn from Paypal but they are unable to access the membership area.
If that does not sound like a scam…
What I Liked:
The PPC campaign training was okay, that’s all.
Auto Mass Traffic Generator Software is another scam.
It has all the red-flags and you don’t even need to access the member’s area to notice that it’s a scam.
Hint: if the sales page offers incredible, unrealistic, waves of income with minimal effort, it’s likely a scam.
I don’t know, but if I had a program that made me thousands of dollars a day – I definitely would not sell it for $37!
Basically, in a nutshell, Auto Mass Traffic teaches people to create traffic campaigns on traffic companies that deliver really low quality mass traffic to affiliate links and pages.
This traffic, unsurprisingly, does not convert.
If you want to purchase traffic, there are decent sources, like Google Ad-Words, there’s no need to use little known companies just because they offer cheap traffic.
Of course, PPC traffic does require a lot of upfront cash, and you will likely lose some on tweaks and campaigns, it’s all about optimization with these campaigns.
It’s fast, but it’s also expensive, and you’ll have to reset your campaigns when they expire.
Personally, I prefer to set up keyword targeted articles that will bring in traffic and convert for years to come, even if it’s not fast cash.
So, if you were wondering what this product is all about, now you know.
It’s another scam.
I don’t recommend this product and I suggest you keep your distance from similar products.
I only recommend the product I have been following for a few years now, it hasn’t let me down, and I have used the advice within the training area to build a successful website (this one).
You can do the same, too.
Check out the review, it’s also free to sign-up, so there’s really no risk involved. I hope to see you in the member’s area soon.
Thanks for reading this review.
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