Created by Alex Jeffreys, Digital Production Machine is a training course that the creator says will show you how to create your own products for selling online.
What is the product?
Digital Production Machine is spread over 6 video based modules with the focus being on new content creation. As well as the videos which can be watched online, there are also audio files made available for download containing the same information. Digital Production Machine covers what is arguably one of the most important aspects of being an internet marketer in content creation. Really launching your own products is one of the best ways of getting your name and brand “out there”. Alex Jeffreys show you how to do this via a step by step process starting with a quick start guide before moving on to creating the product, launching it and even generating traffic. Finally Digital Production Machine puts a focus on using email marketing to ensure that you keep in touch with your customers and build a relationship with them. Digital Production Machine is also sold with a huge amount of “bonus” content which comes in the form of a checklist for launching a new product, access to a live Q&A with creator Alex Jeffreys. There are also a copy of the resources that he utilises as well as a guide to the most profitable niches and a guide to avoiding what are referred to as fatal traps when creating a product.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Digital Production Machine sells for a one off cost of just $9.95. This is however advertised as a limited time offer however I can’t help but feel that this is likely just a lazy sales technique. Alex Jeffreys does provide a money back guarantee of 30 days however this isnt’ backed up by a third party. In terms of income, the amount appears to be almost limitless with Digital Production Machine being marketed as a $300 per day system with further claims of up to 6 figures per day.
Does the product provide value for money?
Whilst Digital Production Machine is undoubtedly cheap, I do have some reservations that stop me referring to this as a value for money product.
Digital Production Machine isn’t a terrible guide on the subject of product creation however there are a few issues that I have. First and foremost is that it is marketed quite efficiently towards newbies whilst glossing over the work involved in content creation. The fact is that you have to have some knowledge on a niche in order to create a product that will actually sell. This is a time consuming and difficult process which whilst definitely grounded in reality is definitely downplayed. The other issue concerns the claims of income. Whilst Alex Jeffreys says that he has made a fortune through selling products and you can too, it doesn’t take a genius to see that you would need to sell 10,000 copies of Digital Production Machine to make a 6 figure income. Whilst this could possibly be believed over a year, to suggest that it can be done in a month is definitely a massive stretch. Digital Production Machine definitely has some use but I would approach this with lowered expectations personally.