If you’ve heard of Google Sniper there’s a slim chance you know about George Brown, that smooth talking Brit who has figured out the winning formula – for separating you from your cash.
I was one of his first customers/victims way back when he first introduced Google Sniper 1.o and purchased it with the hope of a quick road to success. It all sounded plausible: Search for a niche that was under competed for, build a quick 5 page site, rinse, repeat, and watch the cash roll in. I’m simplifying, of course, but that was essentially the plan. ClickBank products of this variety always seem to do well and this George Brown product, Google Sniper 3.o is no exception
Flash forward to the present.
Since 2009, George has been boasting that his product is breaking all the ClickBank records. According to his sales page, “it’s one of the most complete, GAME CHANGING systems available…”
What is Google Sniper?
Basically, George heavily promotes the idea of how to research and create small, quickly produced sites in very low competition niches was the way to give you the inside edge. This sounds great but it really doesn’t work all that well. One reason is that the traffic volumes are quite low and if they do start to increase, others start to notice. Your small site is no match. And then there are various ways of scooping traffic from videos and including other tricks, which turn out to be quite “black hat.”
The original sniper strategy was to use EDM’s, Exact Domain Matches. Wow, what a revelation. At least it was to me back then. I have to thank George for giving me my first crash course in affiliate marketing. I watched his simple videos over and over, perfecting the little tricks of code manipulation, making small WordPress sites that I hoped would produce huge results. It didn’t.
Why? I’m sure I followed all of the instructions. The site actually looked quite good, if I do say so myself. Perhaps I didn’t really get it. Perhaps if I just marketed products like Google Sniper I would have had better results. This, I think is the point. The only people who are doing really well is George Brown and his affiliates.
What is different about Google Sniper 3.0?
Not much, really. It appears to be a regurge of the same or similar stuff. There are even screen shots from the original 2009 product release. Since Google has changed, there has to be some changes to the way you have to market and using vaguely correct techniques proves more often than not to be a bad thing.
Who is George Brown, And Why Should We Care?
Well, for one thing, George has a golden tongue and his quickly produced videos are quite well done. Whether he’s driving around town in a fancy-pants vehicle, chatting to the camera, or doing “over the shoulder” training videos, he is engaging, showing how it takes just 2 hours to make websites that generate over $5,000 a month on autopilot…
What is The Verdict on Google Sniper 3.0?
I have no hesitancy in declaring that the Google Sniper products from our pal George Brown are an outright scam. The appeal, of course, is the lure of an easy way to grab a piece of that lucrative affiliate pie. However, what I’ve learned is that there is really no easy way. And, thankfully, its getting harder and harder to game Google. And that’s a good thing, because it keeps some spammy stuff from getting to the better positions on the net.
I’m giving George 1 star because, even as this is a total scam, it did give me a bit of a clue what affiliate marketing was about, and what to avoid while doing so.
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