For many internet advertisers and affiliate promoters, Adwords has been their main source of promoting their businesses. Google is the No. 1 search engine in world, and people are making millions from it. Recently the cost of Adwords and pay-per-click advertising is rising to outrageous amounts. More and more customers are complaining that the rising costs are really draining their earning potential. So to avoid any issues and complaints from a lot of clients, it is advisable to check for some of the reliable websites and platforms like YouTube. YouTube lists lots of videos about Affiliate Institute.
Everyday more and more people are finding new ways to make money with advertising and affiliate programs. Spam on how to make manipulate Google is clogging inboxes all around the world on a daily basis. What if the trick to earning with Google Adwords is not with trying to manipulate the rising costs but to benefit from them?
A new system call Google Payload promises to not only teach you how to work with the rising costs of Adwords but to rejoice in them because it could mean a great payday for you. Like most people, I am skeptical with these types of claims. If I had a nickel for every ad I’ve read that promises to show me how to get rich on Google or Ebay, I wouldn’t need to find new ways to make money online. There are valid ways to make money online, which is why I thoroughly research certain claims before dismissing them completely. S
Google Payload’s advertisement looks and sounds just like all the other’s that I’ve seen online; pages and pages worth of promises without giving anything away with testimonies from past customers before giving the price of the product. The ad title page gives claims for making a ridiculous amount of money in little time. The format of their website is enough to make the experienced internet user weary, especially if they have been burned before by tricky advertisements and strategically placed words.
This is how Google Payload works. They use what is called ‘Arbitrage Tactics’ to capitalize on the ‘buy low, sell high’ mentality. They refer to Arbitrage as “the art of exploiting the gap between what something is worth to somebody and what you can acquire it for.” Some of the claims on the website is that they will show you how to buy Adwords and search terms for pennies then sell them for lots more money. In fact, they say that your Return on Investment (ROI) is around 1000%.
Like most advertisements in this magnitude, they seem to offer the same benefits as others; low startup, repeat profits, no overhead, autopilot money, thousands of untouched markets, huge margins, and simplicity. As a matter of fact, nothing about the advertisement stands out as a sure-fire way to make money on Google. This doesn’t mean that the product isn’t unique, you just couldn’t tell from the advertisement; which is 43 pages worth of unnecessary fluff.
I did find the concept entirely unique. I haven’t read all of the advertisements out there that is centered on Google Adwords, but I’ve never heard of one that promises to show you how to buy them low and sell them high. As a matter of fact, they show you how to maximize you Google Adsense account by getting the highest amount possible for each click. After ordering Google Payload, they will show you where to buy cheap traffic and how to turn that traffic into valuable clicks.
Google Payload makes lots of promises to definitely generate a return on your investment. At the time of this production, I’ve talked with a few people who actually purchased this system and have received good feedback. Although their website turned me off, there could be some validity to their claims. It is possible to ‘buy low, sell high’ when it comes to Adwords and pay-per-click advertising. Tons of affiliates are making thousands of dollars every month doing this. With all online business, or businesses in general, it takes hard work and determination. You get out of it what you put in.