The Tyson Report Review

The Tyson Report is Robert Tyson’s website that he claims will teach you how to set up a successful online business.

What does the product offer?

The Tyson Report provides users with a series of 20 training modules that Robert Tyson claims will help users identify a competitive edge, develop your message and take it to your target audience via the web. There are also a series of additional features provided such as a marketing letter, monthly webinars (though these are only available on Silver and above subscriptions) as well as a host of other training sessions in video and mp3 formats. Finally Robert Tyson provides hosting through The Tyson Report for subscribers to allow them a complete business solution.

How does the product work?

The training in The Tyson Report is based on the knowledge of Robert Tyson who claims to have spent over 10 years working in the online marketing sector. The idea is that once you have finished the course you will be in a position to launch a business or if you’re an existing business owner, take yours to the next level.

What is the initial investment?

There are a number of different plans available for The Tyson Report running from Bronze through to Platinum. These will cost you £37 per month for Bronze, £97 per month for Silver, £177 per month for Gold and £317 per month for Platinum. There are further discounts available for purchasing an annual or bi annual subscription.

What is the rate of return?

Because of the nature of The Tyson Report it is difficult to quantify the outcome. If you are able to grow your company like Robert Tyson suggests then it seems reasonable to assume you will see a substantial increase in revenue.

Conclusion

Key to The Tyson Report’s model is trying to get you to upgrade your package to a higher product level. In my eyes the higher cost packages don’t really justify the cost. Otherwise I think that Robert Tyson has created a product in The Tyson Report that really has the potential to work. Robert Tyson seems to know what he is talking about and the fact is you get a lot of bang for your buck, even at the bronze levels.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts