First. I want to apologize for not posting this earlier. As you will soon see, my life has been a bit crazy as of late.
Next. I wanted to thank all of the people who wrote to me (personally) asking more about the Cash Code Review and when and if there would be a part 3 to this review. Many people said that they really appreciated the posts and the videos and the methods with which they were delivered. It does my heart good to know that. Thank you.
So why is there a Dear Carol in the title of this post? Because it is an email exchange between a reader of mine named Carol that sums up where I’m at with the Cash Code. Thank you Carol.
Dear B.L. Marlow,
Thank you very much for your review of Cash Code. You set up two sites the end of May, beginning of June.
Did you ever implement the traffic techniques? Did the sites make you any money?
Thanks for your help.
You have an excellent site.
Thank you for your kind words. I’m so glad that you have been able to get something out of the blog posts.
I apologize for not following up with a blog post or two since then. My personal life has been challenging recently. Then – my mother who had been very ill, just passed away. You can probably imagine.
So. I managed to implement one Twitter traffic source which trickles in slowly everyday. I have had 1 sale so far and that is hardly worth the effort (in my opinion). Then I wrote to the support team at the Cash Code and inquired about other traffic methods. This is what the reply said:
“We will be coming out with more marketing material here shortly that should provide tons of traffic for everyone.”
That was about 30 days ago and I haven’t seen any additional updates.
Additionally, I purchased an upgrade/upsell that contained a video series that explains how to create Facebook ads. Of course these ads cost money, if you get accepted – but wanted to try it as I know some people are doing well with it. I went through the entire series, submitted ads to Facebook and had everyone of them rejected by FB. So. I decided to copy word for word an ad shown in the video instructions, copy the image that went along with it, select the targeted market – everything. It too was rejected. Great learning experience? You bet! Frustrating? Absolutely. Nonetheless – gave it a whirl.
My opinion at this point is, I believe there are better programs out there. It really depends on where you are at with your IM career and what you need to get going.
If you would like a few thoughts on that, please let me know what you are hoping to accomplish and I can suggest a program or 2 that should work quite well for you.
Thank you Carol
B. L. Marlow