What is CB Passive Income?
Patrick Chan's CB Passive Income is an email marketing system that is supposed to make it easier for people to earn cash through an email list. It simplifies the process of building an email list by sending traffic to your squeeze page from a secret webpage. The sales page is full of classic marketing hype and exaggerated claims. There's also some training material that'll teach people how to build an email list marketing business.
The idea is to teach people how to generate quick traffic that can be sent to a squeeze page and used to build a profitable email list. Then, Clickbank products are sent to the list, and when a sale is made, the owner of the email list receives a commission fee. The system automatically sends out email blasts with affiliate links. It claims to automatically include your affiliate links into the email blasts so all you'll have to do is sit back and relax. It seems like the only work that you need to do is give away a free report.
The product page is a little misleading because it gives off the impression that you won't need to work in order to make money from the system. That's not true. Most people have figured out that "Push Button" systems are doomed to fail. Therefore, when someone advertises their product as one of those button systems, it's clear that the product is not worth your time.
It's true that email lists can be an excellent source of cash, but building one requires time and patience. Not to mention the fact that you'll need to build a relationship with your list based on trust. Create a personal relationship with the people on your list and they'll be clients for life. That's how it should be done. But a lot of beginners fall for pipe dream promises and end up wasting a lot of time and energy on systems that don't work.
Check out the list of promises below.
CB Passive Income was designed for people who want to make fast cash online. The problem, however, is that it doesn't really teach people how to build a business. It only teaches people how to use Patrick's system. It doesn’t teach you how to build a website, target keywords, design squeeze pages, split-test, rank your website, and other important aspects of online business. Therefore, it's really not a product that beginners should use. People who are new to online business should join a course that teaches them how to build a business from scratch.
How Much Does It Cost?
There are a few different membership plans and up-sells.
- $1 Trial.
- $47 a month for Fast Cash Series Basic Membership.
- $47 (one-time fee) CB Passive Income License.
- $97 (one-time fee) CB Passive Income Pro.
- $197 each year for Fast Cash Series.
What You Get…
- Free hosting and website.
- Quick automated email blasts.
- Free secret website which you'll use to advertise your free report.
- Some tips and tricks to improve conversions and build a higher quality email list.
- Some traffic generating tricks.
That's about it…
Below is an image that shows how the system is supposed to work.
The problem with this system is that it's based on a flimsy business model. Take a look at the image above. Doesn't that scream "MAKE FAST CASH"?
You Should Know…
The truth is that if a system lived up to its promises of quick passive cash all the legitimate businesses would be out of business.
If Patrick's system works as he claims it does, then I wouldn't need to write this article, and I would be following his system. This website wouldn't exist because I would be too busy offering free reports to people and sending out Clickbank products to my email list.
If these systems worked, no one would be willing to put in the work to build a legitimate online business. I think we can all agree that if there was an easier route to a certain goal we would gladly take it.
But the truth is that these systems don't work. Sure, some people might have had some success with these programs. Still, the vast majority of the people who purchase this product won't make a single cent.
From my experience as an internet marketer, nobody wants to purchase products from people that they don't know. There's a reason why door-to-door sales are becoming extinct. People are skeptical. People don't want to sign up to a random list and then be spammed with Clickbank products.
Seriously, look at it from a subscriber's point of view: you're offered a free report and you decide to check it out, it's free after all, right? Then, all of a sudden, a bunch of promotional emails are finding their way into your inbox. Sender's you don't recognize. If they manage to find their way through your email provider's spam filter, your instinctive reaction would be to search for the "unsubscribe" button at the bottom of the email. Nobody wants more spam. That's what happens.
I know there's always someone who might be gullible enough to purchase one of the products. But the number of people who are willing to purchase products through an email advertisement from strangers is incredibly small.
In my opinion, it's not worth the effort. I prefer to be in control of my email list and the emails that are sent out to my fans. I don't like the idea of promoting random products that I never had the opportunity to test.
The absolute worst way to work as an affiliate marketer is to promote random products. In order to be a successful affiliate marketer one must test the product and determine if it's good or not before recommending it to friends or fans.
So in a nutshell, CB Passive Income is another pipe dream product that falls short. I don't recommend it. But it's not the absolute worst scam out there and there's a money-back guarantee.
Thanks for reading my Review on CB Passive Income. All that is left to do would be for you to be intelligent and leave a comment or question - I would love to hear your feedback.
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