Simple Novice Profits Review

Simple Novice Profits offers a host of services and product information that allows its users to quickly start generating revenue online through a number of different streams.

What does the product offer?

The product comes with a multitude of different products that are designed to allow any budding online entrepreneur a quick and efficient way to start marketing and selling products. This includes a pre composed sales letters and service descriptions (although the spelling mistakes in the sales pitch for Simple Novice Profits mean you may wish to compose your own”, a list of services/packages that are “proven to perform & sell very well” as well as a whole host of other services including access to the creators personal system and his contacts.

How does the product work?

This product fundamentally seems to be based around selling a variety of methods and programs to users so that they can begin trading online. It seems that by providing a large spread of different income methods Simple Novice Profits hope that one of them will stick and users can then generate profit from there.

What is the initial investment?

The cost of the product is currently $21.97 with a 30 day money back guarantee. On top of this would (as always) be any costs involved in setting up a website and online business. There is also an “Extended Free Version” that basically is a trial version of the product.

What is the rate of return?

There is no rate of return advertised.


Simple Novice Profits is something of a mixed bag really. I am not sure quite what it wants to be and seems to be more of a mash up of existing strategies and products supplied on the basis that eventually one of them will stick. This is probably favourable for those who wish to enter online entrepreneurship but do not really have a jump off point, or perhaps even those who want to play around with different strategies and expand an existing business. What this product does not seem to be offering is a concrete plan to create a solid online business model.




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From: Simon Roberts