Welcome to my Internet Retirement App review. Today we’re going to be looking at the latest product release by Art Flair to see if it lives up to the claims being made on the sales page.
If the results for other reviews is anything to go by then this should be an excellent piece of kit, but as we all know the vast majority of those “reviews” are simply from affiliates trying to get you to buy something that they don’t care works or not as long as they get a commission.
If you’ve done any research into other products you’ll probably be familiar with a lot of them, you know the ones who never have a bad word to say about any product review.
They’ll try to justify that by saying “well, we only review the good ones” I call BS on that!
I know because I’ve been through products before that they give a 9.3 out of 10 and it’s complete garbage without a hope of making you any money.
Art Flair has released so many products in the past and says the same thing about them all, about them being the one you need to finally make the breakthrough you’re looking for.
Of course if that were true he wouldn’t need to keep releasing product after product.
Which brings me back to this product, We are going to take a look at the sales page to see how the product compares, we’ll also take a look inside the members area and run through the upsells before finishing off with my thoughts as to whether this is a good product for you or you should it avoid like the plague.
So let’s see what this little gem holds in store shall we.
NAME: Internet Retirement App
OWNERS: Art Flair, Pallab Ghosal,
Ram Rawat & Will Allen
The Sales page
Sales pages are what they say they are, they are designed to sell you something. Unfortunately a lot of the time in their eagerness to sell the vendors sometimes exaggerate these pages.
Which is why I think it’s important to go through them especially as I have access to the actual product and can let you know if a certain part of the sales page is just fiction.
One of things I notice about that headline is the word “ME”. I have no doubt that he can make $79 over and over again, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re going to be able to.
The part about firing your boss if you use this “brand new” passive income system is the part that I find a bit shall we say misleading?
I’m sure it’s going to appeal to a lot of people, who doesn’t want to fire their boss, right? But I’ve seen enough of these types of products that have promised the same thing, fail spectacularly, so don’t read too much into the statement.
From what I have seen all this does copy the ads form Bing, something you could easily do yourself. As for profitable sales campaigns they have no way of knowing if a campaign is profitable, you could be copying a campaign that is a test campaign and doesn’t make any money.
I just want to pick up that if I can. Yes there are done for you products inside, but you have to apply for your affiliate link which they show you how to do which is great especially if you are the beginner.
The only trouble is they don’t show you what to do that affiliate link, they just say to make sure you use it. HOW? If you’re a beginner you’re probably not going to know.
The thing is these DFY products look like this:
You have the sales page, you have the download page and you have the link which directs you to WarriorPlus to apply for your affiliate link, but where do you put that link?
As for their claim of all you need to do is activate your done for you products, follow a few easy steps and you could be seeing results by this afternoon is total rubbish.
Also, I’ve just realised something and that these products are for the 1st upsell so they aren’t included in the front end so why they are advertising done for you products included is really misleading.[su_divider top=”no”]
A Small Test
I thought I’d put this miracle app to the test so I tried out the keyword “how to use belly fat” which should have bought back a good number of ads. Here’s the result:
No data received! It was the same on numerous attempts at different keywords, sometimes it said “something went wrong” other times it was the no data received.
This is a cloud based app and whenever I test these sorts of apps out they rarely work like they are intended to. Most notably this one here.[su_divider top=”no”]
Inside Internet Retirement App
Before we get into the members area I just want to give you a warning about the upsells. These are shown to you straight after you buy this but before you get to the main area.
The reason I say warning is because I’ve had so many people contact me to say how much trouble they have getting a refund on the upsells if they decide the main product isn’t for them.
Considering this has 6 upsells if you can’t get your money back then you’re going to be out of pocket by a considerable amount. My advice to you at this stage is ignore the upsells.
OK so on to the members area:
This is split up into the main training area which contains 15 videos and the app itself which I’ve already tested with not so stellar results.
The training is made up of the following:
- Welcome – 1.07
- How It Works – 4.23
- Finding Sub Niches – 7.40
- Validation – 6.06
- Evergreen System – 4.18
- Choosing Topics – 8.21
- Creating Products – 4.22
- Packaging – 24.51
- Pricing – 6.07
- Sales Letters 1 – 18.35
- Sales letters 2 – 16.31
- The Pages – 15.01
- Taking Payments – 7.38
- Free Blog Traffic – 17.28
- Bing.com Ads – 11.02
To be fair there is a lot of training there, the trouble is there is a big learning curve for anyone who is new. Then of course you have the whole issue of having an actual website in the first place which if you are new it’s unlikely you will have one.[su_divider top=”no”]
Let’s quickly take a look at the upsells so you know what to expect:
- OTO #1 – 10 Done For You Products – $47 with a downsell to $27
- OTO #2 – List Building System – $67 with a downsell to $47
- OTO #3 – Reseller Package – $197 with a downsell to $97
- OTO #4 – 45 WSOTD Products – $147 with a downsell to $67
- OTO #5 – High Ticket System – $47
- OTO #6 – High Ticket Oil Wells – $27
That little lot will cost you just over $500. Imagine if you had bought let’s say OTO #3 for $197 and then found out you could have had it for $100 less!
Not a nice feeling is it.[su_divider top=”no”]
I’m not the biggest fan of cloud based software for obvious reasons. They are totally unreliable and with this product being based around something that didn’t work for me makes this whole product useless.
Apart from the app itself you do get some training, but again it seems to jump and leave sections out like video 12 talks about the pages you need for your sites.
Where on the sales page did it mention you needed to build sites? It didn’t. Now don’t get me wrong building a website is the way to go but why not just tell you that on the sales page so at least you’re prepared.
If you don’t know how to build a website then you won’t get any help in this product (read the next section for help with this)
For me this is one of those products that just doesn’t need to be here, they’re trying to make a market when one doesn’t exist.
The Done For You products are quite a good addition if only they told you how to use them! Everything is just a bit too muddled for my liking.
Basically because the software didn’t work this is just a bit of training on using Bing ads and a pretty poor one at that in my opinion. It just doesn’t tie things together.
Using Bing Ads is a great way to start paid ads but you really don’t need glitchy software to do it. As for building a website because you do need one because you can’t direct link with Bing Ads, you need a website to then redirect customers to.
The platform I use and have used for over 5 years will teach you how to do affiliate marketing step by step in an easy to understand way, they’ll even give you a free website!
They show you how you can create a website in under 30 seconds. and the 10 free lessons will set you up the right way.
Click the banner below to get instant access and start your amazing journey
I’ll be there to personally welcome you and help you every step of the way. See you on the inside :)[su_divider top=”no”]