Created by David Eisner, Cory Ross and Mike Marin, Traffic Hack System is a training course that allegedly teaches users to generate free traffic for their website.
What is the product?
Traffic Hack System is a video training session that is hosted by David Eisner, Cory Ross and Mike Marin that claims to teach you how to get free traffic to your website. There is little mention about the methodology of the program but it is likely an abridged version of systems that the creators use, especially given the claim that Mike Marin and David Eisner have 10 years of online marketing experience between them. In terms of the course itself it seems to cover a variety of subjects, some of which seem somewhat counter intuitive.
For example one the subjects covered is how to get your website on the first page of Google. Traffic Hack System then dismisses the notion that this has anything to do with SEO but instead there is a simple trick that can be carried out to get there. There are also some other seemingly bizarre subject matters such as “The easiest way to apply the secrets of Warren Buffet to the process of getting tons of buyer traffic”. I could be wide of the mark but I fail to see how a successful stock market trader’s “secrets” to generating traffic. There are various other promises made and each begins to sound less credible than the last. There are an additional 5 bonuses provided on top of the training system including a bonus video by Chris Munch.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
The Traffic Hack System package retails for $19.99 although David Eisner, Cory Ross and Mike Marin say that this is a limited time offer and that the price will go up. There is a 30 day money back guarantee and should the product not work as advertised, if you can show that their system didn’t work in that exact situation, they will refund you an additional $10 on top of the purchase price. The return on your investment is never stated although David Eisner, Cory Ross and Mike Marin make a big show of their incomes which are allegedly into the hundreds of thousands of dollars. Being a training program though results are difficult to place a monetary value on.
Does the product provide value for money?
David Eisner, Cory Ross and Mike Marin place the value of Traffic Hack System at $97 with the bonus material valued at $121. As to whether this is a true reflection of the value rather than being artificially inflated is debatable but under the circumstances I would take it with a pinch of salt. The course seems to cover a lot and although I have some doubts the fact that there is a money back guarantee means that there is little risk in further investigation.
I am somewhat sceptical of the claims made by David Eisner, Cory Ross and Mike Marin and their system. Many of the subjects that they cover in the training seems to have very little basis in the product they are selling and this is a cause for concern to me. Personally, I would avoid this product as there are much more plausible sounding examples available for around the same money.