Welcome to my Trenzy review.
Today we’re going to be looking at a product that claims to enable you to get non-stop buyer traffic in just 3 simple clicks.
It’s creators are two people who I’ve never come across before so I have no idea as to the quality of their work, which will be refreshing to see what other people can come up with, hopefully something good.
Now, this product has been out for a few days now so I thought I’d take a quick look at what other reviewers are saying about it.
Sometimes I think that is a bit of a useless exercise because as yet I’ve failed to find any of the usual review sites saying anything but positive things about any product they review.
And this one is no different, they all sing the praises of this one as well.
Any of you that know me will know that I don’t just blindly follow what the crowd have to say, I have my own voice and tell it just like it is.
If it’s good, I’ll tell you.
If it’s rubbish, I’ll tell you that as well 🙂
OWNERS: Dr. Amit Pareek & Er. Ashu Kumar
What Is Trenzy About
As the sales page says, this is about content curation, which is where you take the best of a certain subject and put it all in one place.
For example, a museum curates items such as works of art, sculptures, etc. And of course there are websites that curate content such as Buzzfeed, which of course are hugely successful, but don’ think for a second that just by buying this you’re going to be as big as them, if you put in the work for a number of years then perhaps, who knows.
Now, Trenzy reckons you can launch your own profit pulling, trending website and all it will take is 3 simple steps:
Step #1 – Find and publish hot trending content in seconds
Step #2 – Monetize that trend with best offer
Step # 3 – Sit back & relax while it works for you 24/7
Really that’s only 2 steps, you can’t really call step #3 a step can you.
I have to say I’m finding that claim highly unlikey to be true at the moment, I have enough experience and have seen claims like that countless times before and it never, ever turns out that way.
What I don’t understand is why they think that traffic to these types of site is buyer traffic, surely the traffic is just interested in a particular article or video.
There are ways to monetize that traffic with ads and offers and the such, but I wouldn’t classify them as people who are looking to buy something as in “buyer traffic”.
I really hate it when the word ‘Newbie‘ is used, unless of course it really is newbie friendly, unfortunately that isn’t the case with so many of the products that use that phrase.
What I would have liked to see was what site these analytics came from just so you could see what type of site it is producing these figures, cause let’s face it those numbers aren’t bad for a 7 day period.
But we don’t really know how he got that traffic and like I say it would be nice to actually see the site.
What Did I like
- One time payment, no subscriptions
- Some good training on how to use it
- Potential to build something big
What I Didn’t Like
- Copying other peoples content and spinning it
- Steep learning curve for newbies
- Made to sound easier than it really is
- Uncertain as to whether curated content works (would have been nice to see their site as an example)
- If just relying on ads you’re going to need a lot of traffic to make decent money
- Relying on someone else to keep your site up and running
Time For A Test
I think the best thing to do now would be to test this out to see for ourselves how this works.
After familiarizing myself with the dashboard i can honestly say I have no idea where they got the 3 steps from. This is going to take a while to get to grips with, there are a lot of moving parts.
For example there is the integration of Pixabay and Pexels API key, now, as a newbie it’s highly unlikely that you’re going to know how to do that, luckily enough there is some training showing you how to get your key.
My point is you have to do that for all your social accounts as well as your autoresponder and 5 other sections.
Without doubt there is a very steep learning curve here that is going to take a considerable amount of time to come to terms with.
Please don’t think that you’re going to have a website up and pulling in traffic in just 3 steps This is what you’re going to have until you start to customize it:
The pictures on the sales page are quite different and will take some time to get your site looking like those.
You have to create different categories, set up automation, set up viral pages which then have to customized etc, etc.
One thing that I have noticed is that this actually seems to be working, so many cloud based products have bugs that stop them from working as they should.
So, as a very quick demo I have to say this has potential, but there is a lot of work to be done.
Once you’ve bought this, but before you actually get to use it, you’ll have to get past 4 upsells. These are supposed to compliment the main product, but half the time there are just about getting you to pay more money.
- OTO #1 – $47 – Trenzy Pro
- OTO #2 – $47 – Template Club
- OTO #3 – $197 & $297 – Agency License
- OTO #4 – $97 – Reseller license
Just be careful before you decide to buy these as you may be out of pocket Like Matthew was. (check the comments)
I usually don’t like all this automated stuff, I certainly don’t like taking other peoples work, spinning it and passing it off as your own.
The videos that it pulls in from Youtube I assumed would be under Creative Commons license but the ones that it gave me weren’t which opens up a whole other can of worms with copyright.
That aside for the moment, this will take a lot of time to put together a decent looking site and my point is this: Why would you want to put all that effort into something that ultimately isn’t going to be yours and could be taken down without any warning?
The idea on the sales page makes it sound a very desirable prospect and I will say that as far as I went with it there wasn’t any problems.
So, in that respect it works, but in the long term? I’m not so sure.
I’m going to have to go with my gut on this and not approve it, but if any of you have a site up and running and making money then I’d love to hear from you, but until then …..
As I already touched on your efforts would be better put to work on your own website, that way you own it and no-one can take it away.
If content curation is the path you think you’d like to go down there are plenty of plugins that will do that for you.
I cannot emphasize enough the importance of owning your own website, being in control.
Having your own website is like building your house on rock solid foundations, without that your house will crumble and fall and the same goes for your online business.
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