Serplify is a new product from John Gibb, Mo Miah and Joshua Zamora that according to the team behind the service is able to instantly build websites that can be ranked high on Google.
What does the product offer?
It has been a while since I have looked at anything related to internet marketing and with Serplify, it is nice to see that not a lot has changed. There are plenty of claims made about building a quick and easy income with very little work involved and if Serplify can actually work for as claimed for everybody, then it is going to be an absolute no brainer. For example, the headlines are hugely eye grabbing with some substantial claims made.
In terms of what you are actually getting with Serplify, this is a little bit less straightforward than it initially seems. The approach of John Gibb, Mo Miah and Joshua Zamora with Serplify is that by automating processes, users can simply knock consistent websites out, get them ranked and then…? There isn’t a whole lot to suggest what the next step should be. Sure, you are told that there is a 5 figure per month income to be made, but what the business entails is seemingly left to speculation.
So what is Serplify exactly? It is sold as being a cloud based solution that allows you to create targeted search terms for local searches across the US and Canada. This sounds very impressive on paper, however when you start to break everything down, it becomes apparent that Serplify does have some limitations.
In terms of what you have to do, Serplify follows a straightforward 4 step process. You start by choosing which city and zip code you want to rank a site for. From here John Gibb, Mo Miah and Joshua Zamora says that Serplify adds “thousands of unique pages full of themed content”. This will supposedly be fully readable and unique. All you then have to do is publish the site, something which it is suggested will have your website automatically ranked through Google.
The whole thing is claimed to be “set and forget” and that the software will “mass GEO-Optimize” all your pages. Ultimately, Serplify has been created by John Gibb, Mo Miah and Joshua Zamora to streamline the production of a webpage and that is what it does. Whether it does it well however is a different question.
It is worth pointing out that Serplify does come with a number of features which are referred to as “extras” on the sales page, however ultimately I feel that these are part of a larger and ultimately more complete package.
How does the product work?
There are a few things that make Serplify work, and whilst one of these is likely to be well known to readers, one may be a little more obscure. At its core, Serplify takes advantage of long tail key words with a focus on local searches. What this means is that whilst the software is very good at what it does, it is inherently massively restricted in terms of what niches an inbound search terms you can use Serplify for.
The second aspect of Serplify is somewhat more impressive however this mostly has to do with the technology that it uses than the software itself. Schema Markup is essentially a piece of code that you can include in your website that helps search engines to understand what content means. For example, a name on the website can be highlighted as being the author of the article which means that inbound searches for that name may be prioritised. This is impressive, however it should be pointed out that this technology can be used on almost any website.
By combining the two methods of SEO, it becomes very easy to get your website ranked in niches that aren’t inherently competitive.
What is the initial investment?
At the time of writing there are two different versions of Serplify. The first that John Gibb, Mo Miah and Joshua Zamora are selling is a “lite” version which is massively restrictive. It allows minimal access to the features and can therefore be pretty much dismissed immediately out of hand, especially when you compare the retail prices. John Gibb, Mo Miah and Joshua Zamora are asking$57 for the lite version of Serplify. The pro version which has all restrictions removed sells for $67 making it clear which John Gibb, Mo Miah and Joshua Zamora are aiming to sell.
Both of these options come with a full 30 day money back. Because John Gibb, Mo Miah and Joshua Zamora are selling Serplify through JVZoo however, you will have to claim this from the vendors directly.
What is the rate of return?
The suggestion from John Gibb, Mo Miah and Joshua Zamora is that you can make a 5 figure monthly income from Serplify, as I have already mentioned. There is very little evidence to really back any of these claims up however. Where there is some evidence provided, this tends to show a few different successful transactions, few of which I would say are substantial. They certainly don’t seem to come close to the projected incomes that John Gibb, Mo Miah and Joshua Zamora talk about.
There is one thing about Serplify that I haven’t addressed yet and it is a doozy. The problem lies in the quality of the articles that the software puts out. Whilst you may well get your website ranked with Serplify, you will then have to work hard to have content that is genuinely of use to anybody who visits your website.
This is something that I often find to be the ultimate failing of websites that automatically create content in the same way that Serplify does. Allow me to take a small sample from their demo website:
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It is clearly nonsense, and the second that a paying customer lands on this website, they will leave. There is no point having a top ranked website if it cannot be converted into a viable revenue stream. Whilst John Gibb, Mo Miah and Joshua Zamora claim that this can be done with Serplify, I don’t see it based off their own example.
The only way to make this a viable business model would be to create your own content for your website and honestly, this eliminates the point of using something like Serplify. With all of this in mind, I just can’t see the value that is on offer here. Sure, it may work, but it isn’t going to do what it advertises as such. There are a lot of different products to make getting a website ranked easier and that make creation a cinch. These are much better options than whatever Serplify is supposed to be.