Bring Your Own Traffic (BYOT) Review

Bring Your Own Traffic (BYOT) is a product developed by Armand Morin that teaches users how to generate traffic for their websites through a number of outlets.

What does the product offer?

Bring Your Own Traffic (BYOT) comes over a 5 hour video training course that aims to teach users all about generating traffic for their websites. Armand Morin claims says that over the course of the training videos you will learn how to generate traffic through PPC Networks, Facebook and YouTube amongst others. He also says that he Bring Your Own Traffic will teach you how to scale these methods to generate as much traffic as you want. There are also bonus products for Facebook, YouTube and general SEO.

How does the product work?

Bring Your Own Traffic seems to be very much reliant on the methods that Armand Morin utilises himself in his businesses. These are numerous with his name allegedly being on over 1.5 million websites and overall revenue through online marketing in excess of $80,000,000 since 1996.

What is the initial investment?

Bring Your Own Traffic is available for a one off cost of $497. There is a 30 day money back guarantee in place for Bring Your Own Traffic through Armand Morin Network.

What is the rate of return?

There isn’t really a specific monetary goal for something like Bring Your Own Traffic. If you apply what is taught successfully then you will likely see a more profitable business, but I would generally expect results to be qualitative rather than quantitative.

Conclusion

There is a lot to suggest that Armand Morin is the real deal and that alone may warrant the somewhat prohibitive costs involved in Bring Your Own Traffic. There is one problem though and I feel it is the biggie when dealing with a product that costs this much. The way online marketing operates, especially in terms of SEO and the like are an ever changing model and what works today may not tomorrow.

Whilst Bring Your Own Traffic is happy to sell itself as a long term investment it is worth considering how long the information will be relevant for. This may not be a problem for everybody and for those people I would wholeheartedly recommend looking into this if you can afford it, but I don’t think that it is for everyone.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts