Name: Google Sniper 3.0
Owner: George Brown
Price: Free Trial then $47/month after
Overall Rating: SCAM!
There’s just so much fuss about Google Sniper 3.0 that I had to do a review on something most people really have no clue about. After reading so many positive reviews, I thought it was time to do one of my own, to show you what I thought about this product.
Oh, Google. What a wonderful invention. We now have the entirety of human knowledge in the palm of our very hand. At just the very touch of a button and few words, we, as a species, can discover everything from uncharted territories of the depths of the deepest and darkest ocean floors all the way to the farthest reaches of outer space.
Or watch videos of cats.
Either way, my husband doesn’t need google because he has me. But I digress. The idea that we have such knowledge and power can be overwhelming. Especially since we now officially are being told that we can make hundreds if not thousands of dollars through Google online every day. The question is…okay, Google…can you really work from home using you?
The simple answer? Theoretically, if I gave you a thousand pens for say, a quarter per pen for you to turn around and sell for a dollar each, then, yes, if you sold them all in a 24 hour period you could make a little under a thousand dollars in a single day. Are you going to?
Especially if you are trying to sell pens at a pen selling convention. That is in essence, what Google Sniper 3.0 is trying to do. Sure, the numbers look good on paper, but if you really take into account the real effort you will have to put in to get anything at all out, you really would have to weigh all of the pros and cons. Some of the questions you need to ask yourself is…
a.) what am I selling?
b.) is it worth the cost?
c.) who am I selling it to?
Now, this is not necessarily in that order, but it is a good point of reference. Much like the key rule in real estate being “location, location, location” you have to know what it is exactly you are putting out there. Again, if you are trying to sell pens at a pen selling convention, you better have same incredible pens out there in your booth.
Your product has to be unique and just interesting enough to attract the attention of everyone involved. You have got to be smart, clever, and always 3 steps ahead of the competition.
But, what if what you are selling IS unique and you think it is good enough to move?
Well, how much are you paying?
In the scenario above, you may have noticed that I changed just a quarter of pen. If you are selling each pen for one dollar, you are now making a 75 cent profit on each sale.
Is that worth the cost?
In this case, it may very well be. However, if you were spending 75 cents on each pen and selling for a dollar, you would only be making a quarter profit on each sale. Frankly, that doesn’t seem like it would be worth much of your time.
Finally, let’s look at who you are selling to. Is said pen convention for conventional pens? Or, is said pen convention strictly for quills? (that would be that old thing with a feather they used to dip into inkwells, kids.)
These are different products that would require two different sales tactics. Perhaps even different venue all together! The key is in the product itself. If someone out there is shopping for a quill, you are likely NOT going to sell them a number 2 pencil. Know your product. Know your customers.
What it boils down to is this: it does what it says on the tin, but it does JUST that. Sure, you’ll get various videos and information and a website, but what they DON’T tell you is how to wait patiently for YOUR site to surpass all others and get to page one just to be seen. You actually DO have to put some effort into this (a couple of hours minimum on the site alone) and if you can not commit, you will not make a single dime.
And, even if you DO put all that effort in, at that rate you may as well have simply got a part time job down the street for the amount of energy versus the amount of pay you’ll be getting back with this particular system.
And let’s face it, getting a part time job pretty much completely defeats the purpose of working from home, now doesn’t it.
So, that is the secret. Google Sniper offers you a service at a cost of $47 a month. But is the system worth it? You will be getting a 100 plus eBook on all the tools and tricks and tips you will need, but is it enough?
Then again, you could also purchase the Google X system for an extra $47 a month that promises to bring you the most up to date info that you would need to get ahead.
The truth is, however, sadly, it is not nearly enough. With everyone and presumably their cousin trying to make a buck online, even spending less than $50 a month on a product can not justify the fickle ever changing nature of sales.
In the end, you really would be better off with a website that doesn’t take chances with your money or make promises it can’t keep.
A good example of this would be Wealthy Affiliate, which offers not only various options and opportunities and doesn’t ask for a dime just to see what they offer. If you are serious about making money from home, find a company such as this with a legitimate background and easily accessible customer service.
Because, after all…if you don’t watch your nest egg, who will?
Now get out there, get informed, and get that money!