Hey dude, this Commission Breakthrough review shouldn’t take long. My goal is to refrain from going off on any rants or tangents, like I normally do when I review products like this.
Okay, so what is Commission Breakthrough?
To be blunt, it’s the same shit on a different sales page. There was no need to even waste my time purchasing just to complete this review.
As soon as I hit play on the sales video, it was obvious…
You should stay away from Commission Breakthrough.
Far away. Seriously, just start running. I’ll tell you when to stop. If the video didn’t raise any red flags in your mind, take a look at the fine print below it. The last sentence states:
The vendor of this product is using the pseudonym Bruce Kelly in order to protect his personal identity for privacy reasons.
Five letters: L-M-F-A-O…
Let me ask you something. Why in the hell would anyone who was proud of what they were selling go out of their way to hide their identity? They wouldn’t. It’s one thing to not want to be live on camera or maybe even opt not to show a picture of yourself, but to go by an alias name — now that’s seriously sketchy.
I’m sure by “privacy reasons” he meant “so angry customers don’t show up at my door and beat me senseless for ripping them off.”
Anyways, according to the handful of Commission Breakthrough reviews on the Warrior Forum, Big Bruce attempts to waste your time by encouraging you to use some magical software to exploit Wikipedia pages for traffic. From what I gathered, the goal is to sneak a link on an established Wiki page that points back to your site and then cross your fingers and hope it doesn’t get taken down by editors or moderators.
This is laughable at best. As if stealing from you wasn’t enough, the pseudonym with two first names then proceeds to stick his finger in your chest and laugh at you.
In case you’re a total newbie who may not fully understand how all this works just yet… this advice is the equivalent of me telling you to go rob the local gas station for $20 and then hope the cops don’t find you, take the $20 back then ban you from that gas station for life.
“Okay Brad, I get the point. Commission Breakthrough sucks. So what do you recommend?”
Well, if you’re looking for something above and beyond good old fashioned affiliate marketing, check out my Net Space Profits 3.0 review or my Lump Sum Profits review. Both of these are somewhat out-of-the-box proven methods for earning profits online.
Net Space Profits teaches you how to create and rank simple WordPress blogs for local businesses, then charge a monthly fee to those businesses who wish to advertise their services on your high-ranking pages.
Nothing pie in the sky about that.
Lump Sum Profits – a course by Ryan Moran – shows you step-by-step how to flip websites and domains for quick cash. Have a look at both and see what you think.