I had another product hit my mailbox last night. It is called Perpetual Income 365. I clicked on the link and was sent to the products first splash page.
The first splash page is where you are to enter your name and email. It has a video that tells you the back story about the product and introduces you to both of the creators.
There is no credit card required to get to the next page. It is a good thing that they do not require a credit card to get to the next sales page because you have already given them a very profitable item… your name and email.
The top of the first page is a warning stating that registration expires in 24 hours. I clicked on the video and watched what happened.
The First Sales Page Video
It claims that a “renegade Netflix data scientist is exposing a secret that big companies use to get perpetual income from the average person and now he is going public with it. it says that you are going to learn how many people are already making 6 to 7 figures a month using this special algorithm.
The story about the data scientist is very creative. I really like the comic book graphics and the colorful and creative dialog used throughout the video. It really is funny. The boss is lying on the floor scared of the employee that is going off about the company ripping off the public.
The creator of the product is named Shawn Josiah. He claims that he is a 7 figure earner that sells affiliate products using the algorithm that is going to teach you if you buy his product.
I Googled his name and didn’t really find anything too interesting except this guy on Instagram that has over 700 followers and only 9 post. I found that interesting. How did he get so many followers with so little post… Don’t know if he is the co-creator of this product of not.
The ex-Netflix employee goes by the name “Mr.X”, so I didn’t even try to Google his name to find out anything. I just assume that Shawn Josiah is a pseudonym and that the real creator is hiding somewhere behind the scenes.
I went ahead and filled out my name and email to secure my spot before the time ran out (ha-ha.) I know a scarcity act when I see one. I wasn’t worried about losing my spot. I am sure that I could visit the site again tomorrow and I could watch the video again.
Perpetual Income 365 Second Sales Page
The second sales page has another video on it and a new counter that is counting down the time while you watch the video. It states that your account will be active when the clock hits zero.
The second video welcomes you as one of only 50 people who will be taught the algorithm so that you can start earning money as an affiliate marketer in no time. The speaker tells you that they are very proud of you for grabbing your spot before anyone else.
The speaker goes on to tell you that he knows that you will be making perpetual income in no time and then it gives you a recap of the original back story and then leads you into “the rest of the story.”
The rest of the story tells how Mr. X searched out the speaker, a struggling journalist for a small online paper. He meets up with him and they decide it would be better to teach other people about the secret money making method instead of going public and exposing the big companies for the ripoff artist they are.
The video goes on to mention worries about money. It asks if you worry about paying your bills or if the stock market is going to crash and other of life little worries. The speaker claims that he has these worries also and then gives an example of a time he had that proves he can relate with you.
He had all of these money problems until he received an email from Mr. X. He claimed he wants to help him. So, they met.
This is when you learn the back story of Mr. X and I have to admit, the story is very convincing and creative. Then the video finally tells you what the algorithm is actually is. The product is supposedly a piece of software that you can leave running overnight that brings in hundreds of dollars a day. The example lady in the video makes over 2,000 dollars in four days. Now, that’s enough to get anyone excited.
The speaker claims that the algorithm secret is called MCCA. This stands for Micro-Commitment Consistency Compounding Algorithm. Sounds nice and technical, huh?
The video claims that companies like Netflix use this algorithm to rake in money from people like you and me. How it works is, they offer us a free trial or a low cost trial for their service and then they hope we forget to cancel the service after the trial or we are happy enough to continue to pay for the service after the free or low-cost trial.
I didn’t know this was a secret, but I did know that many companies do it. I am sure you have seen this process or even signed up for it in the past. I have seen it work and truthfully when companies first started doing it, I didn’t find it ethical.
Now I am used to the idea and don’t see it as an unethical practice
Remember, I said there was a count down timer on the second sales page? Well, when the time hits zero the message changes and says that you can get access to a low cost trial for a little less than 10 dollars.
Well, Imagine that… they told you how the sneaky algorithm worked and then they used it on you. I didn’t pay the low cost to go on to the next sales page or to see what my low coast access provided, but I am sure I can guess. The next page is probably an up-sale that leads to another up-sale.
What Marketing Tactics Did I Notice?
The first marketing tactic I witness happened on the first sales page and it was a scarcity ploy. The splash page had a banner on it that said the opportunity was going to end in 24 hours. The second tactic was the same type, only this time there was limited spots available.
The third tactic was seen when you go to the second sales page in the funnel. The countdown timer makes you think you are going to lose out if you wait for the time to hit zero, but really they are just trying to make you stay on the page for at least 10 minutes.
The fourth tactic used is another scare tactic or worry tactic. The speaker brings up things you may worry about and then he uses the friendly tactic by claiming he knows what you are feeling because he has been there too.
What Kind Of Product Are They Selling?
The speaker mentioned that he sales products for an affiliate platform. This tells me that the product helps people sell affiliate products, so it must be some type of affiliate program. They claim it is a push-button software…hmm.
Does Internet Marketing World Review Recommend Perpetual Income 365?
I didn’t make it past the second sales page because of all the red flags that I noticed. It maybe a good product, but they didn’t mention anything about teaching their customers anything. The so-called product is supposedly a type of software that you can just set and forget.
Claiming that it is a set-it-and-forget-it software is a big red flag for me. I just don’t believe there is anything out there like that. There could be, but why would anyone ever tell anyone else about it and why would they need to sell it?
Another red flag pops up for me when they claim you will be making lots of money in no time and with little effort. Once again if this is true, then why would they sell it or even tell anyone about it. I mean, If they are making lots of money already, then why do they need to sell it?
Would I Buy The Product?
Well… If you notice, I didn’t. The product videos were fun to watch and I enjoyed getting to know the characters, but the red flags that I kept noticing made me not wants to pull out my credit card.
I am an affiliate marketer myself. I enjoy trying out new products and checking out sales pages, but as far as I am concerned, there is only one way to make money online and that is with doing some work.
Yes, there are more than one way to make money online, but all the ethical ways require that you learn how and do some work.
If you are interested in becoming an affiliate marketer and learning how to earn a paycheck online then check out this post I did on this blog.
I completely stand behind this method because this group of people really care about your success, teach you the basics without any investment, and even show you how to build a website for free.
After all, the video is worth watching.