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Perpetual Cash Machine Review

Perpetual Cash Machine is a complete guide to creating profitable internet marketing websites. The training is authored by internet marketer Jonathan Teng.

What does the product offer?

Perpetual Cash Machine is a comprehensive guide that teaches users about almost all aspects of internet marketing. Like most guides of this nature, Jonathan Teng’s guide utilises WordPress websites to quickly start generating income and from there, Perpetual Cash Machine will show you how to multiply the earnings from a website. Perpetual Cash Machine covers a huge and varied number of topics ranging from creating websites through the WordPress program to how to market your products. There are also sections on writing copy, generating traffic and how to leverage affiliate marketing to boost sales. Jonathan Teng sells Perpetual Cash Machine as a complete package as easy to use and being able to make money in next to no time however I am not sold on this as I shall explore later.

How does the product work?

Jonathan Teng has put together a very comprehensive guide in Perpetual Cash Machine. Ultimately it should equip you with most of the things that you will need to know in order to become a successful internet marketer.

What is the initial investment?

Perpetual Cash Machine is sold for a one off cost of $17. Because it is sold through Clickbank, there is also the benefit of a 60 day money back guarantee should you be unhappy with your product. There will also be costs involved in implementing some of what Perpetual Cash Machine teaches you such as PPC advertising and web hosting although these shouldn’t be too significant.

What is the rate of return?

The title of Perpetual Cash Machine suggests an unlimited income and Jonathan Teng is also keen to suggest that this is the case. In fact, he uses one of his case studies to show how one of his products made $11,944.93 in 10 days.


Perpetual Cash Machine certainly covers a lot of ground and Jonathan Teng is clearly no stranger to internet marketing. The training should cover everything that you would expect from a guide of this nature however it is worth noting that this “step by step blueprint” is far from the quick buck that it is painted as. The fact is that whilst Perpetual Cash Machine will show you how to make money online, the reality is often far removed from the results and apparent ease with which things fall into place for Jonathan Teng. For example, he refers to sending out information of a product to his email list. As an established marketer, this list should be around 1000 subscribers, at least.

For someone starting out they wouldn’t have access to this resource and realistically, Perpetual Cash Machine is only really worth a look if you are starting out. Established internet marketers are unlikely to find anything new here. I also feel that the ability to make instant profits is overstated. If you are starting out with this kind of business you should really expect to make a degree of investment before you start seeing returns. If you want a jumping off point and insight into the internet marketing process, Perpetual Cash Machine isn’t a terrible place to start. I don’t feel however that it is really what Jonathan Teng advertises it as.



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From: Simon Roberts