Avalanche X is an online money making opportunity offered my Nathan Kass. It essentially provides pre-made websites and generates traffic for them.
What does the product offer?
Avalanche X is an online web app that creator Nathan Kass says is the best way to make automated money online. Avalanche X generates websites for a number of popular niches such as weight loss, dating and “guitar”. The websites are in a review style format with affiliate links to the products that are “reviewed”. There is then also a traffic generating tool that is allegedly able to generate traffic instantly.
How does the product work?
The website creation side of Avalanche X is nothing new and in fact the website example given was lacklustre, even by the standards of auto generated websites. Traffic Banker is embedded into the Avalanche X network of over 3 million blogs as well as traffic from associated partners. This is claimed to help you generate “high converting” traffic.
What is the initial investment?
Avalanche X is technically free but in order to make use of the service you have to use their online hosting which will cost you $14.95 per month.
What is the rate of return?
This is claimed by Nathan Kass to be a guaranteed 6 figure month earner although there is very little actual evidence to show this. During a webinar Avalanche X is shown making some $179 in literally minutes which looks to be a clear exaggeration.
On the face of things Avalanche X looks like a great product but you don’t have to dig deep to see that there are a lot of issues. Ignoring the questionable income potential for a moment let’s look at the web pages that Avalanche X generates. These are very generic and it would seem are the same as everybody else’s who is using the software. Then look at the “traffic generator” which Nathan Kass says is linked to a network of over 3,000,000 blog and presumably yours has just become one of them.
Simply put I do not see how your website can stand out which ultimately makes it questionable as whether you will ever see any return. Frankly the whole thing just doesn’t sit right and I would look to avoid it.