Created by Bryan Winters, 5 Figure Days is a product that has been designed to allegedly teach users how to generate free traffic however as I shall explore, this is only true to a degree.
What is the product?
5 Figure Days is advertised as being a great way to draw traffic to your website, however I feel that this is something of a misleading way of marketing it. You see whilst Bryan Winters does show you ways of generating traffic for a website, they are only really for a website that he gives you. When you sign up for 5 Figure Days you are given access to your own affiliate website for 5 Figure Days as well as an additional website that you can also promote and it is through these that Bryan Winters suggests you collect email addresses for a list. This is where I feel that 5 Figure Days is perhaps a little misleading. Whilst you may indeed be flooding a website with traffic, it will be 5 Figure Days. Don’t get me wrong, you should be able to build up a pretty OK list (people you sign up as well as people that they then sign up are all added to your list) however most of the traffic side of things is pretty downplayed and reduced to some pretty basic videos and a PDF that shows you various free and paid resources for generating traffic. As a final note, you can get paid commission whenever somebody signs up to 5 Figure Days as well.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
5 Figure Days is subscription based with two options being available. The first of these is marketed as a 5 Website Special. What this means is that when you subscribe to 5 Figure Days, you get 5 websites and that’s that. The second option is the “Standard Premium” option. This oddly titled package provides the same as the much cheaper one but comes with a new website each month. These sell for $27 and $97 per month respectively however your first month is available for just $1. Whichever option you choose, 5 Figure Days comes with a 60 day money back guarantee as it is sold through Clickbank. In terms of income, this is a pretty difficult thing to gauge and work out, namely because 5 Figure Days is not a direct money making product per se. On top of this, because it is primarily concerned with 5 Figure Days it is difficult to apply the growth to your own business.
Does the product provide value for money?
5 Figure Days doesn’t really seem to be that concerned with your business, so much as that of Bryan Winters and as such I don’t perceive to represent value for money.
To be perfectly honest, I feel that given what is actually on offer, 5 Figure Days is just far too overpriced. The whole thing feels more akin to you marketing 5 Figure Days on behalf of Bryan Winters rather than actually doing anything to further your own business. In fact, the only thing that you really get out of it is an email list but even at the cheapest option, paying $27 a month for something that you can ultimately build for free, whilst promoting your site and business, seems rather futile. Personally I’d avoid 5 Figure Days in favour of simply doing it yourself.