Automated Cash Cloud is a product by Craig K that provides users with a free website on Cloud Pro Hosting that will allegedly earn “a grand a day”.
What does the product offer?
According to the creator of Automated Cash Cloud, Craig K, he and his team will build anybody who signs up though Cloud Pro Hosting. He claims that this is because any websites that he has set up on this network see 1000 times the traffic. Although Craig K doesn’t explicitly say what Automated Cash Cloud does, a drop down menu listing niches your website can operate in does open the door for some suggestions.
How does the product work?
Automated Cash Cloud is not the first product like this that I have seen and although Craig K doesn’t specify any different, this does look like Automated Cash Cloud is reliant on affiliate marketing. The niches that you can take advantage of include Making money online, Women’s Fitness and Health and working from home. All of these are generally high banking affiliate niches.
What is the initial investment?
Automated Cash Cloud is technically free although it is worth noting that in order to get your free website from Craig K, you do have to purchase hosting through Cloud Pro Hosting. This comes on a number of subscription lengths ranging from $89.70 for 6 months to $322.92 for 3 years. On top of this Craig K says that he will take a 1% cut of anything you earn through Automated Cash Cloud.
What is the rate of return?
Craig K is very clear throughout the sales pitch that users can expect to make over $1000 per day.
I am absolutely not sold on Automated Cash Cloud and I am very doubtful that it will produce any of the results claimed. In fact given the structuring I am inclined to believe that Automated Cash Cloud will mainly serve to generate referral commissions for the creator.
There is very little evidence presented for Automated Cash Cloud and that concerns me. I would personally give this a miss as there are methods of making money online that are definitely more transparent than Automated Cash Cloud, something that I find key when weighing up a product.