Created by Rob Benwell, Quick Earners Cloud is a product that gives users a free cloud based website which is optimised for making money.
What is the product?
Whilst this should be a straightforward question, it is actually rather difficult to explain. For those who aren’t aware, “The Cloud” is loosely defined as a shared resource that is accessed from a number of machines over a network. This is mostly used for data storage by your average person. With that in mind it is difficult to see how Rob Benwell’s claims that Quick Earners Cloud is able to generate a better income “in the cloud” than a normal website. In terms of what is claimed, Quick Earners Cloud provides you with a free, optimised and monetised website courtesy of Rob Benwell and his team. You then use this website as a method of marketing (seemingly on an affiliate basis) and ultimately making money. The website comes with a free domain that whilst referred to as premium is far from it (I was offered dating-tips-for-women-gb.ca which is a Canadian domain for women in the UK). In order to claim your free Quick Earners Cloud website you must sign up for a hosting package through Cloud Pro Hosting.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Quick Earners Cloud is free to access however you do have to pay for your subscription to Cloud Pro Hosting. This costs $14.95 for 6 months, $12.71 for a year, $11.21 for 2 years and $8.97 for a 3 year subscription. It is worth noting however that all of these costs are to be paid up front and whilst Cloud Pro Hosting claim to have a guarantee I couldn’t find details of this. In terms of income, Rob Benwell says that “The Cloud” is worth $100 billion and as a result of this high value his “students” are taking home at least $700 per day but also cites examples in excess of $6,000.
Does the product provide value for money?
I don’t believe that Quick Earners Cloud represents value for money at all.
There are far too many inconsistencies in Quick Earners Cloud’s description of what it is for my liking, and to top that off there is very little effort to explain them. I have seen a few products like Quick Earners Cloud before and I am always sceptical and can’t help but feel that the creators of these services hop onto a buzzword and use that to market to those who aren’t in the know. In fact, if you were one of those people you would probably be impressed by Quick Earners Cloud. I would however recommend avoiding it.