Jeffrey Baxter

Jeffrey Baxter Review

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Published: 14 January 2018

Posted by: Anonymously

This site is a fraud. First, Jeffrey claims to make you a dfy “Done For You” Membership site. What he doesn’t tell you is that it is a duplicate site of the same site he has done for other people. He made my site after and The content you are receiving is not new or unique. He just uses the same modules as the previous sites. Secondly, he promises step by step traffic to get 1,000 subscribers in 90 days. The site converts at 0.05% which is next to nothing and practically zero. Out of 500 clicks I had 1 paying member. Other sites I have promoted would have produced 5-6 and covered the costs of marketing. It would be impossible to build a site at 0.05% conversion without a massive amount of money. There would be no way to recoup these costs given a membership duration of maybe up to 9 months. Jeff mentions this stick rate in his WSO. Jeffrey promises you a converting site but cannot convert the sales page. It’s a joke. Thirdly, Jeffrey shares the list but not the profits. This is very important considering the membership structure. The initial offer is a $1 14-day trial. To do this the customer must buy through the affiliate, In doing so the new member is added to Jeffrey’s list. Jeffrey then markets his own products, Ultimate Freedom Network. So, in essence, you are building a list for Jeffrey to use for free while it costs you money to market. He offered me a one-time affiliate email that was sent the FIRST time only but he is free to send emails to the list. The downside to this is the membership retention. If no member renews after the 14 days you are out all of the marketing costs while Jeffrey uses the list for free. It’s like Best Buy using a “loss leader” to promote sales. They sell the CD’s at cost to bring people into the door to buy something more expensive. In this case the membership site is the loss leader. You’re better off using the $7,000 Jeffrey charges and build your own list. This is a complete scam. Jeffrey is a slick talking marketer and he knows the scheme. The problem is he can’t produce a site that stands up to his own claims. The site simply does not convert to sales. .

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