Google Sniper 3.0 What is all the Fuss About?
A quick search about the Google Sniper 3.0 by George Brown and you are going to come across a lot of reviews. There are many positive reviews but a quick look sees that many of them are also accompanied by an affiliate link. It seems to be that a large part of marketing of this product is to sell it onto to others. No surprises there, this is a factor for most internet marketing products. Once you have bought it, make your money back by selling your good fortune onto others.
So if you want to get into internet marketing and make the kind of money that others seem to be making and are pretty clueless what to do, Google Sniper 3.0 seems to be one of the products you could try.
Some history first. George Brown is a Brit who made his internet marketing debut with a product called Predator. This product was not well received and garnered many bad reviews in the Warrior Forum – the website where many internet marketers gather, discuss and release new products. Many people using the Predator process were finding their social media and email accounts closed down due to spamming. With Google Sniper 3.0 there are few complaints.
So what do you get with the package? There are a number of training videos and a large 140+ page PDF manual to work through. Many people found the training in the manual very informative, although difficult to digest in such a large chunk. Some people found parts of the content old and not relevant to 2014/15 SEO tecniques.
The heart of the system is to find a niche, find the keywords to fit the niche and build a small website selling an appropriate product. The product can be self produced or more commonly found on Clickbank or Amazon.
To an experienced internet marketer this is a basic affiliate system that can be learnt free of charge from available videos and ebooks. To an inexperienced marketer it is an internet marketing system found all in one place and bundled up in a cool wrapper.
The suggested marketing involves social media, particularly Facebook and Twitter, both of which have anti-spamming guidelines. So care must be taken not to be too enthusiastic both in the onward sale of Google Sniper 3.0 and any resulting products being sold.
In the reviews of Google Sniper 3.0 there are claims that links to new sites are not required and current 2015 SEO procedures state that links are not so important. Some of the other marketing procedures mentioned in the training manual have been criticised as not being up to date now.
New marketers will struggle in two areas:
1. Designing the small websites so that they are professional looking enough to attract buyers.
2. Obtaining enough buying traffic to the sites to make a profit without spamming and getting banned.
3. Products for some niches may be hard to find, forcing a new marketer to pay for an ebook to be written or use an inferior/inappropriate product.
4. Like many affiliate systems, Google Sniper 3.0 relies on numerous sites taking small amounts of money to make a profit. This is a lot of work to manage sites, traffic and postings for a new marketer to manage the sites.
5. Google Sniper 3.0 has become so popular that there are numerous niche sites all competing in the same niche with the same product.
These problems maybe why there are so many people selling Google Sniper 3.0 with affiliate links rather than concentrating on the essence of the selling process.
Lastly many people have criticised the buying process they need to go through to purchase Google Sniper 3.0. There are numerous upsells available before you get to the purchase page, long videos to watch and potentially unachievable claims made. Lastly it is very easy not to uncheck a small blue box which puts you into a monthly payment scheme rather than the one off $47 you were expecting.
So the conclusion to the Google Sniper 3.0 review. It is on the whole a good product for a new internet marketer to purchase. It explains the essence of effective affiliate marketing all in one place. Some of the information is out of date, but that is really a factor of Google itself continually changing its SEO rules. A new internet marketer, if they follow ALL of the information provided will be successful, maybe not as successful as the claims made though. As always they need to curb their enthusiasm to spam social media and email accounts. That warning stands for any internet marketing product that can be purchased and so does the need to not expect the financial rewards bandied around.
So if you are new to internet marketing and want a complete product, that if followed sensibly will show you how to make some money on the internet the $47 Google Sniper 3.0 is probably a good buy.