Easy TV Money Review

| January 18, 2016 | Reply

Product Name: Easy TV Money

Product Authors: Nick Chou

Company Name & Contact Details:
Contact by email at JV@easyTVmoney.com

Headline:

“From zero dollars to $1.5 million in three years with only a $200 investment!”

Price: $19 (about £13). The price is slowly rising on dimesale.

Money Back Guarantee: 60 days

What Do You Get?

– A guide to ways of making money through watching TV

Where To Buy: http://easytvmoney.com/2/index.html

Brief Summary:

Easy TV Money is a guide to methods of making money that involve watching television. The main method involves promoting certain products that are advertised on TV using pay-per-click advertising.

What’s It All About?

Easy TV Money is a guide to making money from pay-per-click (PPC) advertising. This is a marketing method where you pay to have small ads displayed on search engines when someone searches for your chosen keywords.

In Easy TV Money, the idea is that you identify certain products that are being advertised heavily on television and promote them using PPC ads as an affiliate. So long as the commissions you earn are greater than what you pay for the ads, you will make a net profit for relatively little work.

Do I Need Experience To Make This Work?

No special experience is required, but some knowledge of internet marketing will clearly be helpful.

How Much Money Do I Need To Get Started?

The method involves paying for advertising, so you will need to have a budget for this. You could get started for around £100.

How Much Money Can I Make?

That depends on many things, including what you choose to promote, how much commission it pays, how many sales your ads generate, and how much you have to pay in advertising costs.

Obviously, you hope that commissions generated will exceed your costs by a good margin, but there is no guarantee of this. Initially there is likely to be a period of trial and error before (hopefully) you find a winning formula.

How Much Time Will I Need To Make This Work?

Setting up a pay-per-click campaign is not especially time-consuming in itself. However, there will be a learning curve, and you will also need to monitor your campaigns carefully and fine-tune them as required.

You could reasonably hope to be in profit within three months or so, but results will vary from one individual to another. Luck undoubtedly plays a part too.

Will I Need Any Equipment To Do This?

Just a computer with an internet connection.

Value For Money?

Maybe, if you’re willing to put in the time and effort to master this system, and also willing to accept the financial risk involved in this type of marketing.

Does It Live Up To The Claims In The Promotion?

In general I would say so, but the product name is misleading. The implication that you can make money just by watching TV is clearly false. This seems more like a gimmick to me to try to generate interest in the product, which is basically a pay-per-click advertising course.

Quality of Customer Service

I did not have occasion to test this.

Review

Easy TV Money is sold via the WarriorPlus platform. This is part of the Warrior Online Marketing Forum. You can pay using a credit card or PayPal.

Like JVZoo, WarriorPlus doesn’t offer its own money-back guarantee, so you have to rely on the vendor to fulfil whatever promises they make. I have no reason to think that Nick Chou would fail to honour his money-back guarantee, but it’s still something to bear in mind.

There was one attempted upsell. This was for the “Gold Upgrade”, which apparently includes advanced techniques that will enable you to earn twenty times more. The cost is $47. I decided to pass on this, but you do get a further opportunity to buy later, so there no need to decide immediately in any event.

Once you have turned down (or, I assume, accepted) the upsell, you will be able to enter the members area. A link and a password for this are sent via email.

The members area is simply but neatly set out. The main course content is organised into nine modules, each of which includes up to three training videos. The module titles are as follows:

1. Welcome and How 2.0 Is Different From 1.0
2. Apply for Affiliate Networks
3. Create Your Bing Ads Account
4. Select Winning Products
5. Select Keywords
6. Write Effective Ads
7. Calculate Ad Group Bids
8. Create Powerful PPC Bids
9. Maintain and Optimise PPC Campaigns

There is also a section of bonus content, which I’ll discuss later in the review.

The training videos are in the usual screen-capture format. The commentary is provided by Nick himself. He has quite a strong Asian accent and I had to listen carefully at first to follow everything he was saying. After a while you do get used to it, however.

As you may gather from the list above, Easy TV Money takes you through setting up as an affiliate, choosing products to promote, creating ads for these products, and setting up your pay-per-click campaigns. One thing you may notice is that rather than Google Adwords, the course recommends using Bing Ads. These are ads that appear in results on the Bing search engine and also on Yahoo and MSN.

Nick gives several reasons for this, but the most important is that Google Adwords has become very competitive and hence expensive. He therefore believes that Bing Ads are more suitable for beginners, and they also impose less onerous restrictions on how and what you can advertise.

Easy TV Money suggests two methods for choosing products to promote. One is looking for products that are being heavily advertised on TV (hence the name, of course). You would then need to check whether they have an affiliate scheme you can apply for. The other method is simply to search on your chosen affiliate platform. Commission Junction, for example, has hundreds of different advertisers who are seeking affiliates.

A lot of this is common sense, and is likely to be familiar to anyone who has any experience with affiliate marketing. The later modules, however, provide in-depth training on creating PPC ads and setting up campaigns using Bing Ads. I thought this was the most useful section of the course, and would be very helpful to anyone planning to advertise via this platform.

As well as the main course, there is a range of bonus content. This is largely material from the original version of Easy TV Money, which came out in 2012. Some of it is therefore out of date now, but there is still a lot of useful background material. In particular, there is a comprehensive (252-page) PDF manual. It is a shame that the manual could not have been updated for 2016, but that aside it is still a valuable addition to the course.

Overall, I thought Easy TV Money was a good-quality guide to affiliate marketing using PPC ads on the Bing Ads platform. As I said above, though, the reference to television in the product name is misleading. If you think this is a guide to making money while watching your favourite TV shows, you will be sadly disappointed!

I also think the approach of looking for heavily advertised products on TV might not work so well outside the United States. Certainly in the UK I am not aware of many products advertised on television that also have affiliate programs attached to them. Of course, there are plenty of products you can still promote as an affiliate wherever in the world you live, but you will need to search for them via the affiliate networks.

The method does appears to have some potential, therefore, but it definitely won’t appeal to everyone. In particular, PPC advertising is always going to be something of a gamble. If your campaigns prove less profitable than you hoped, you could end up making an overall loss. On the other hand, if you follow the detailed advice in the course and persevere when (inevitably) you encounter setbacks, there is a good chance you will make a profit eventually.

Easy TV Money is therefore worth considering, although in my view there are other, less risky, ways of making money online.

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