Replace My Day Job Review

Replace My Day Job is a training course by Sarah Staar that teaches you about how to become successful in internet marketing.

What does the product offer?

Replace My Day Job is actually a video download of a seminar that Sarah Staar hosted with the same as this product. She claims that over the course of the seminar Replace My Day Job will teach you everything you need to become a successful internet marketer. This includes finding a niche, techniques for marketing a product and creating your own product if necessary, driving traffic and Sarah Staar’s specialty, video marketing including getting ranked on YouTube.

How does the product work?

According to Sarah Staar the methods taught in Replace My Day Job come from an online marketing millionaire and she is now passing down what he taught to you. Regardless of whether you believe this, Sarah Staar generally seems to be well regarded in the internet marketing community so the information that you get is likely to be pretty solid.

What is the initial investment?

Replace My Day Job costs $67, a rate that is allegedly a reduction on an original ticket price of $197. Sarah Staar backs this up with a 30 day money back guarantee if you are unhappy with Replace My Day Job.

What is the rate of return?

Sarah Staar claims that within a few months of implementing the techniques that she teaches in Replace My Day Job, she was making $250 per day although I am personally a little sceptical about this figure and would expect less than this.

Conclusion

A lot of what Sarah Staar puts out is a pretty high standard and whilst Replace My Day Job is really just a repackaged seminar, that doesn’t mean that there isn’t any value in it. The fact is that whilst Replace My Day Job isn’t a blueprint style product there should be enough here for you to realistically start building an online business.

Personally I would say that this is best suited to newbies to internet marketing as if you already have any success you are unlikely to learn anything new.

 

 

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