Continuity Income Videos Review

Continuity Income Videos is a system that allows users to purchase a complete training course developed by Edmund Loh. These come with a license that allows users to modify and/or resell the content under their own brand.

What does the product offer?

The foundations of the system are a series of videos that provide information on how to create and operate a membership website. These can be edited and customised so users can add their “branding” to it. Users are also provided with a sales letter composed by Mr. Loh and finally you will receive a series of “E-Covers” and site graphics. Again, these can be altered to match your branding needs. On top of this there are several bonus items included including Mr. Loh’s guide “8 Profit-Pulling PLR Strategies That Really Work”, “My Instant Covers” software, membership to Internet Marketing Technical and a few others.

How does the product work?

The product operates by allowing users to utilise the license to resell the program under their own branding. It is essentially a complete package for those who are looking for a product to market online, offering everything you would need in order to get a website up and running. As mentioned above the license allows users to create a fully personalised and branded system for resale.

What is the initial investment?

As of writing the product and its bonuses are currently available for $21.91. On top of this investment would be any costs involved in getting a website set up if you do not already have one.

What is the rate of return?

There is no rate of return stated.

Conclusion

What is on offer here is a neat little package for those who want to get into internet marketing but don’t have a product to sell. It comes with everything that a budding online entrepreneur would require and with a little rebranding could be sold “out of the box”. It is this aspect which is perhaps the most interesting as the fact you can rebrand the system means that you can create a product that is very much your own.

 

 

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