PRODUCT NAME: Google Sniper 3.0
Overall Ranking/100: 53
Price: $47 per month
Owners: George Brown
When affiliate marketing began, the number of marketers grew exponentially at a very fast rate. That started the launch hundreds of products that promised to guide you on how to optimize your earnings in affiliate marketing.
Google sniper 3.0 is the third and latest installment of the Google Sniper series. It was created by George Brown, an affiliate marketer that claims to earn millions from his own strategies and techniques. The product contains these strategies and techniques ‘developed’ by Brown.
GSniper is basically all about affiliate marketing. The products that they are endorse in the affiliate program are mainly from ClickBank. Google Sniper is not an affiliate or a direct company from Google ™ itself.
It works as a training program to help you:
- find a profitable niche
- teach you how to research keywords
- build a website
- pick products to promote for your chosen niche
Some techniques that it introduces to their members the use of exact match domains. It is a technique where your domain name matches is an exact match to the title of your website and the main keyword you want to rank for. ex (LoseWeightFast.com)
So what is the difference between the previous versions of Google Sniper 3.0 to its predecessors? Well, not much. Almost everything that is present in 3.0 is also present in the past versions, except for some added PDFs and a webinar. One big complaint I have with this product is the outdated content. It appears like a big comeback of an old product but in essence it’s just the same one.
What’s inside Google Sniper 3.0?
In the member’s area, you will find:
- Empire module – outsourcing module meant to help you find keywords, write posts, etc.
- Rolodex – additional resources to help you make money.
- Sniper X- Q&A’s from George Brown and Webinars that are updated weekly.
- Sniper Cash Machine – training on how to use affiliate links even without a website. It uses different social media networks and promises sales in the first 24 hours.
- Ease of use
- It gives you all the basics to begin your journey into affiliate marketing.
- 60 day money back guarantee.
- Outdated training files and techniques.
- Promises easy money. Nothing beats hard work! Products that promise easy money in short periods of time just don’t exist!.
- Poor support system
- No free trial
WHO IT IS FOR
Considering the experience, this is for intermediate to expert marketers. Because of the outdated content it is not really suited for beginners. Also, without offering a free trial, beginners will be obligated to pay instantly without getting to enjoy the “feel” of the product.
The product contains 25 training videos that teach the basics of affiliate marketing. The training videos aren’t a far cry from previous versions. It also includes e-books on tackling different areas in becoming an affiliate marketer. They also include tips how to get higher rankings in Google. The only real ‘new’ addition is the weekly webinars and Q&A’s on Sniper X.
The training is alright. But it seems that most things provided are available online free. The outdated information is a real downside. A lot has changed since Google Snipers first release and it is just not enough to keep up with todays market.
The support is quite poor. There is no support from other members (like in Wealthy Affiliate) and you cannot contact Brown easily. There have also been a few complaints on how to get in contact if you wanted a refund . Apparently the 60 day money back guarantee can be a long process but you will get your money.
The product costs $47 per month which is not bad actually, but be ready for upsells. There is also a $1 charge for a 5 day premium trial. If you choose to stay with the premium membership you will then be charged $67 per month. Brown doesn’t offer yearly plans at any cost savings.
Earning money in any way takes hard work. Google Sniper does help you understand affiliate marketing but it doen’t happen overnight!
My advice is to think about it before joining. Without a free trial to ‘test’ out the product it can be quite risky. The training materials are good but just not updated.
This product does provide value, but it is not worth the money that they are asking you to pay. Many of the tools and training are now available online for free. If you want easy access to this kind of training all in one place and you have the extra money, by all means go and purchase it.
As always, if you have any quetions or comments or you have different views on Google Sniper 3.0 don’t hesite to leave them in the comment box below!