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Traffic Hack System Review

Traffic Hack System is a training system developed by Mike Marin, David Eisner and Cory Ross that teaches users to generate free web traffic.

What does the product offer?

Traffic Hack System allegedly brings free traffic to your website or blog which in turn helps boost your income through ad revenue and sales. The system is taught to users through an 81 minute video with contributions from Mike Marin, David Eisner and Cory Ross. They claim that their training will teach you “how to tap into large “starving crowds” of prospects”, how to get to number one in the rankings on Google (claiming that this has nothing to do with SEO) and a host of other subjects relating to online marketing and affiliation. On top of the main program there are a series of bonuses available including several bonus products, mp3s of the videos and access to the Traffic Hack VIP Facebook group. They have also arranged for Marketer Chris Munch to create a special training video for Traffic Hack System.

How does the product work?

There is little information on the methods used by Traffic Hack System. Many of their claims seem to be somewhat counter intuitive and all none of them are backed up by any evidence outside of a few screenshots of accounts. Much of the product seems to be based on the combined knowledge of Mike Marin, David Eisner and Cory Ross, with David Eisner and Mike Marin claiming 10 years of online experience between them.

What is the initial investment?

The product retails for $19.99 and comes with a money back guarantee that is in place for 30 days. It is worth noting that Mike Marin, David Eisner and Cory Ross say that this is a limited offer for 7 days only and the price will go up. They also claim that if you show them that none of their different traffic hacks worked for you in that exact situation that they will give you an additional $10.

What is the rate of return?

Although Traffic Hack System is a training program and as such results should typically be qualitative rather than quantitative, Mike Marin, David Eisner and Cory Ross make such a fuss over their incomes that it is difficult not to consider them advertising these amounts as an ROI. In their case they claim to make tens of thousands of dollars through marketing.

Conclusion

At first glance Traffic Hack System seems like a sure fire winner but the harder you look at it the less it holds up. The fact that the creators claim things like getting to the front page of Google has nothing to do with SEO but “one simple trick” is mind boggling and if there really is such a simple trick in existence, how long will this loophole last? In terms of how the system generates traffic, there is no information whatsoever regarding this which is a little concerning given this is the central focus of the system. The bottom line is I don’t see enough here to make me believe that Traffic Hack System is a workable system.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts