Welcome to today’s Google Sniper update. If you haven’t already, please start by reading my main Google Sniper 2.0 review here…
Being the most popular Internet marketing forum on the planet, it’s no surprise many people turn to the Warrior Forum for user reviews before investing in a program like George Brown’s Google Sniper 2.0.
However, one thing I’d like to point out is that you have to take this feedback with a grain of salt.
Let me explain quick.
For each new review I complete, I like to make a post (like this) that summarizes the Warrior Forum feedback. What I’ve learned in doing this is that blindly entrusting your decision to buy a given course based solely off a Warrior Forum thread can be dicey at times.
Don’t get me wrong, some of the members offer really valuable input.
They’ve purchased the course at hand, worked whatever system is being taught to the fullest, and then offered an unbiased opinion based on their experience.
Problem is, most members who post do NOT fall into the above category. They’re merely throwing out random opinions without having even purchased the product being discussed.
Others may have purchased it, but failed to really take the complete action necessary to achieve results.
For this reason, I’d say only 5-10% of the posts are even worthy of your attention.
And hey, I’m not dissing anyone here.
Sometimes it’s easy to blurt out your opinion without doing your due diligence.
Like I said, just make sure you’re taking any Warrior Forum reviews with a grain of salt and asking yourself whether or not each person who’s weighing in is really qualified to persuade your decision to buy.
Hell, that goes for any review, period. Yep, even mine ;-)
Okay disclaimer aside, what are Warrior Forum members saying, right?
Feedback is mixed.
For example, “Hyperactive Warrior” Janet Walker calls Google Sniper 2.0 a very good course. She goes on to say that if you follow the blueprint exactly as prescribed, you will make money… but how much you make will depend a lot on you.
A Warrior by the name of “TryToLearnMore” isn’t so nice.
He implies the teachings are obvious and recommends you don’t waste your time on this product.
“Bfas” agrees, saying sniping is no longer a viable strategy.
He goes on to back up his opinion by saying that many of the tactics taught by George are now targets of recent Google algorithm updates. In other words, Panda and Penguin were rolled out to specifically target these rank manipulation methods.
However, “Lordkensal” counters that argument, stating George is always creating new content and webinars to stay on top of the SEO game, so your sniper sites continue to rank, bring in traffic and make sales.
Yet another member by the name “Jgeeked” claims the Google Sniper 2012 updates and case studies make the system worth purchasing.
He seems to be one of the few who actually implemented what he learned and later followed up on this thread by reporting:
“I have 3 sites built with the sniper method which still rank and generate anything from $800 – $2000 per month, and I do the occasional ‘hit-and-run’ site for a quick cash injection averaging at over $1,500 per site in just less than two weeks.”
If you ask me, that’s pretty damn promising.
Oh and in case you wondered, I definitely side with those who’re supporting Google Sniper 2.0.
(My upcoming updates will reveal why).
More SNIPER action coming soon,
- Brad Campbell