The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing
In case anybody reading this doesn't know about the notorious Justin Tribble - Roy Tribble - who is promoting Google Sniper, you might want to take a look at this thread:
Roy Tribble of Scam Watchdog
These are some of the Google Sniper Version 2.0 review sites worth taking a look at:
Nathaniel over at One More Cup of Coffee almost always has great reviews. Sometimes he's balanced to a fault (e.g., he actually had a few positive things to say about an Anthony Morrison product), but he clearly was unimpressed with Google Sniper Version 2.0:
Google Sniper Version 2.0 - Now Called Google Crapper
Looks like even back in version 2.0 the whole rebilling was confusing (or misleading depending on your perspective I suppose). Here's what Nathaniel had to say about it:
I also like the NO More BS Reviews take on Google Sniper where he says:"There’s a lot to no like about this product. First he hypes you up with how much money he makes and how super-secret this project is. Then, he doesn’t mention that you are REBILLED $67 per month for using the product. Also, there are two version of Sniper 2.0 that look different, but it’s unclear how, or why you would prefer one over the other. This is sloppy marketing from a person trying to teach you marketing."
You can read the full review here:"This section is where George Brown basically breaks every promise he made of the Google Sniper program being hands-free after you setup your sites. Here he teaches traditional linking methods that will be necessary on top of the training from the first section, working hard on conversions for your site, digging into CPA offers, and more. This “further training” section should just be labeled “The Additional Work I Didn’t Tell You You’d Have to Do on the Sales Page“. "
Also, according to that review George Brown had promised all original customers of Google Sniper lifetime updates - but made them pay for version 2.0.
Here's a review of Google Sniper Version 3.0 which may be a real one. It's annoying that he trashes the big dollar testimonials, then mysteriously leaves them GIGANTICALLY in his review, but what he says about a niche Google Sniper type site is probably more realistic than you'll find just about anywhere else. Here's what he claims his results are:
You can read his full review here:"Ok so I did everything George Brown told me to do. Now we sit and wait, 1 week had passed, 2 weeks passed. Still had no conversions, and couldn’t see my website in Google. I still decided to give Google Sniper 3.0 a chance as it does take some time for your campaign to get some traffic and make sales. I left it for another couple of weeks and still nothing, then I realized all these reviews were fake and only made by desperate people. So I left it for about 2 months. I thought I would come back and check my Clickbank account and see if anything happened. Sure enough, I made 3 sales 1-2 weeks apart from each other. I gained faith back in Google Sniper 3.0."
Google Sniper 3.0 - Is It A Scam?
Of course there's still the problem for a newbie of trying to figure out which sections of Google Sniper 3.0 are outdated. And if you're not a newbie...well, then you probably don't need the program anyhow.
So using the figures from the testimonial it took 3 months for this person to make 3 sales and this caused this person to gain faith in Google Sniper 3.0? Seriously? How pathetic of a result. Far different than what is portrayed. Can we say another fake review? Yes we can.
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Well to be fair:
This program worked when it did, the owner just got really greedy.
On one of his videos he boasts about working 1-2 hours a day and shows video and pictures of him in private jets and whatnot.
Basically some dude found a loophole, exploited it, and now thinks he is on top of the world.
Nothing to see here in my opinion. There are thousands of these being pushed out everyday like a Nike shoe at a Chinese factory.