Cloud Millionaire is an internet marketing product that the unnamed creator claims will make you money through “the cloud”.
What does the product offer?
Cloud Millionaire offers users a free, premade “profit optimised” and “cloud optimised” website that is designed to work in “The Profit Cloud” (Cloud Millionaire also comes with a free domain name which seem to be related to the money making niche), a term that the creator appears to use to refer to the concept of cloud computing. He claims that 91% of all traffic is cloud based and that companies such as Microsoft, Google, Apple and Amazon all make money from this, and that by using Cloud Millionaire you can tap into this market too. Cloud Millionaire is designed to run on Windows or Mac computers only.
How does the product work?
This isn’t really ever discussed although it seems likely that Cloud Millionaire involves affiliate marketing as ClickBank and similar companies are mentioned. Personally I find this rather disconcerting, especially given the fact that most of the marketing for Cloud Millionaire is buzz words with no real substance.
What is the initial investment?
Technically Cloud Millionaire is free but in order to claim your free website you have to sign up through Cloud Pro Hosting where you will be charged $89.70 for 6 months and an additional $14.95 each year after that. It is worth noting that Cloud Millionaire doesn’t appear to offer any tangible guarantee or refund with this.
What is the rate of return?
As the unnamed creator of Cloud Millionaire is so keen on pointing out, you can allegedly expect to earn $1,000 per day with your website. Unfortunately no proof of this is ever offered.
The key purpose of Cloud Millionaire seems to be to get people to sign up to Cloud Pro Hosting. The fact is that Cloud Millionaire doesn’t provide anything tangible and this is concerning for me. The fact that the sales pitch seems to have no real grasp of what cloud computing is, but instead seems reliant on people not understanding is a further huge cause for concern. I see nothing about Cloud Millionaire that suggests it works as advertised so I would recommend giving this a miss.