On 6th April there is going to be a big launch for a traffic generation program from Precious Ngwu. It’s called Traffic Fusion. (Pre-launch is starting sometime today – 3rd April, so that link may be live by the time you read this.)
Along with hundreds of other affiliates, I’ve been invited to promote this with the enticement of a huge payday, massive EPCs etc. etc. But at the moment, I’m put off by the approach: I’ll explain why,
The USP is that Traffic Fusion is a highly advanced desktop software that gets traffic without SEO or paid ads. It really is being promoted as “push-button easy”.
Here’s a graphic from a preview of the sales page that I found before it was made public (even to affiliates!):
And the claim is that “It takes under 2 minutes to launch your campaign and start getting targeted buyer traffic”. This rings lots of warning bells: “push-button easy” systems only make money for the people selling them.
And, at the time of writing this post, there is only a very sketchy, short video showing a few things going on and bandying some terms around that are not very meaningful.
It seems to be something to do with posting to various online “communities” – but Precious has given no explanation.
I’m waiting till I can get hold of a review copy – or at the very least, a much more detailed demonstration – before I recommend this.
And, to be honest, I’m put off by the massive effort that’s been put into persuading affiliates to promote something before there is even a proper demonstration showing what it is they are promoting – and the encouragement to create “bonuses” (which takes time and effort) without even fully understanding what the product does.
So I’m holding off making any recommendation till I know MUCH more about it. (I’ve told Precious over Skype that I need a review copy before promoting it – still waiting on that.)
My guess is that it will be an interesting refinement of posting to different types of groups within social media sites – with a big helping of automation. To be fair, Precious normally does come up with good stuff, and this could well be worth looking at, but I’m pretty sure the hype is likely be unjustified.
The pre-launch may be underway by the time you read this, so here’s the link (and yes, it IS an affiliate link (as are other links on this page), but no, I’m not giving it my recommendation yet.)
When I can see it in detail, if I think it’s good, I’ll recommend it. And if I can understand it well enough, and if I think I can add value by creating a bonus – I’ll do that. But at the moment, I can’t see beyond the end of the jetty: it’s too foggy and confusing (by way of explaining my post image!)