Magnetize Review

Welcome to my Magnetize review. It was only yesterday that I reviewed another of Bill Hugall’s products, that turned out to be a complete lemon.

That’s the funny thing with this business, you see a product being sold by someone and naturally think that is the only product they concentrate on, I know I thought that.

It wasn’t until I started reviewing products that I realised that these people release product after product after product on a scarily regular basis.

But here’s the thing, they all say that it’s THIS product that will work and you can forget about all the other products out there and then next week or next month they release another product and say virtually the same thing.

I reviewed a product a little while ago that was billed as quite possibly the last course you’d ever need to buy, now I’m pretty sure he’ll be releasing yet another product very soon.

The point I’m making is the sales page you see for this product has been seen a thousand times before and will be seen a thousand time more, not the exact same one, but very similar in what they claim.

Which is where I come in, you see, all the reviews you might already of had a look at have a vested interest in trying to get you to believe how good this product is, that’s why they all say how great this is and give 9 out of 10 star, sometimes they don’t even go through the product, they just copy what the sales page says.

Next time you’re looking just make a conscious effort to recognize that.

Well, you’re not going to get that here, for those of you who are new here I give an honest account of the product and if that means upsetting a few people along the way then so be it, but I also give credit where credit is due, so If it’s a good product that I think will benefit you then I’ll say so.

Let’s just hope it’s better than their last effort.

NAME: Magnetizemagnetize review

OWNERS: Bill Hugall, Simple Spencer

& Michael Black

PRICE: $12.95


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What Is Magnetize All About?

It always bewilders me how some vendors, not all, but a fair few can put up a sales page trying to sell you something yet totally fail to even tell you what it is they want you to buy.

magnetize sales page headline

How crazy is that? You wouldn’t walk into a say a car showroom and expect to be sold a car that you can’t even see, all you’re told is how great it is, how it will improve your life, blah blah blah.

But all the time they keep it under wraps and want you to buy it on their say so, but don’t worry it’s got a money back guarantee if you don’t like it.

Would you honestly buy it? No of course you wouldn’t, you need to know exactly what sort of car it is. It might not be suitable for you so why waste your time on something you might not even be interested in.

But that is exactly what they want you to do here. I couldn’t find anything on the sales page that gave even the slightest idea what this is.

In fact this sales page reminds me of the last sales page I looked at with their other product:

same system

Is this the SAME system? Or just a weird consequence? Who know cause they don’t tell you what this is!!!

But I will! What you get here is a 45 page PDF case study which is accompanied by 4 videos. The trouble is it’s somewhat confusing as to what it is you’re going to be doing, perhaps that’s why they didn’t tell you on the sales page, they just didn’t know :)[su_divider top=”no”]

The Big Reveal

OK, so I’m 12 pages into the PDF and there has been talk of him selling his services on Fiverr. His services are to do with spiritual healing.

It totally unclear at the moment if that is what he wants you to get into?? But this definitely has to do with selling on Fiverr.

I’ve just taken a look a quick look at the videos and I’m no closer to figuring this out.

magnetize members area

There’s one video that’s titled: What Sells The Very Best and it’s basically trying to get you to determine if you could do any of the things that sell the best on Fiverr like teaching, translation and tutoring. It then goes on along the lines of “Can You Do…. it’s just a bunch of generic questions.

So, back to the PDF.

Let’s go over this in a methodical manner, the whole thing is broken down into 7 rules so we’ll go over each one and try and find out what the hell this is all about.

Before the start of the rules you have a bit of an intro from Micheal himself and in his bio he admits he has a large credit card debt which I find a strange thing to say if he’s meant to be earning all this money with this method?

These rules are meant to magnetize customers to you and make you $2,000 – $3,000 per month on Fiverr.

  • RULE #1 – DON’T REINVENT THE WHEEL – This basically tells you to see what’s already selling and copy them.
  • RULE #2 – OFFER SOMETHING YOU ARE GOOD AT – He wants you to spend around 30 minutes listing your skills and abilities then check out those skills on Fiverr to see if they have over 200 sales, if they do you’re on to a winner.
  • RULE #3 – RUN FIVERR LIKE A BUSINESS – This section contains 3 strategies that can transform your financial life, here’s one of them: 1. Make more sales. Get as many new sales as you can. Really??
  • RULE #4 – FIVERRS’ RULES NOT YOURS – Basically telling that Fiverr will side with the customer every time if they are not happy with the service provided.
  • RULE #5 – SET UP PAYDAYS – This is apparently a ‘Ninja’ money trick to magnetize. From what I could gather you set up targeted custom offers around holidays, Thanksgiving, Christmas etc.
  • RULE #6 – MARKET TO THEM LIKE THEY’VE NEVER BEEN MARKETED TO BEFORE – Thank them for their business.
  • RULE #7 – TIME AND PRICE – Offer something you can get done in around 12 minutes or less for $5 – $10

That is basically it for Magnetize, obviously it’s been padded out with lots of stories to try and help get the message across, but in essence this is it.[su_divider top=”no”]

The Oto’s

I’m surprised to see someone who tries to come across as someone who is a healer and life coach to be offering so many upsells, I’d have thought that he would have more faith in his main product than to have to sell you more.

to be fair these aren’t as expensive as most you’re going to see, but all the same I do feel they are unnecessary.

What I am happy to say is these upsells do come with a 30 day money back guarantee which doesn’t always happen and you can find yourself seriously out-of-pocket like Matthew did here in the comments

  • OTO #1 – $37 – “Done For You” Tool – This is about Inboxrr which generates emails. ***if you click “no thanks” at the bottom of the page you’ll get $10 off the price***
  • OTO #2 – $47 – Full Resale Rights – This gives you the rights to sell this and earn 100% commissions. *** this has a $20 discount if you do the same as above***
  • OTO#3 – $27 – How To Bank Insane 5-Figure Days – 5 figure system that should cost $297 to $397 apparently. ***you can get $10 off this one as well***
  • OTO #4 – Buyers List Method + Simple $300/day Method – How to build a list ***yes this has $10 off as well***

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Final Thoughts

This really isn’t what I thought it was going to be from the way the sales page was hyping things up. it is extremely generic information without any real substance to it.

Even the videos didn’t really tell you anything, it all just seems to be filled with stories.

I’m still not sure what it is this is really about. Is it a guide to selling on Fiverr?? If it is it doesn’t do a terribly good job at it.

I have no doubt that he has made money doing this and it could be that this is his first attempt at putting a course together, unfortunately the people who he’s partnered with should have guided him a bit better.

Is it the fact that it’s the niche he is in that he’s had the success he’s had??

I just think that expecting you to determine what it is you’re good at and putting together a Fiverr gig is a bit far-fetched. They do say that everyone is good at something, but being good at something and translating that to someone else is a totally different matter.

This is way too much pie in the sky for me, it’s not structured enough to be of any good to anyone.

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2 thoughts on “Magnetize Review”

  1. Another Bill Hugall/ Simple Spencer product? Sheesh. You just reviewed one by them lol. Are they back to releasing $7 product after $7 product every month, so that they could build their list and send you higher ticket offers? That’s what they were doing before it appeared. I ain’t on any of those email lists anymore; didn’t feel it was worth it to have that in my environment. Most of their prior $7 products were crap, with the same template sales page

    • It is a template sales page that they change to suit each product, in some cases they don’t even bother changing certain things. You know what until you said that it didn’t really occur to me that $7 is a small price to pay for people on your list to market higher ticket items to. Good catch.


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