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Avoid "Auto Mass Traffic" Program!

– Posted in: Traffic Strategies

Wow. The “Auto Mass Traffic” program is the biggest bait and switch I’ve seen in a long time. Mo Latif’s sales video is REALLY good, it sucked me right in. The basic message is, “Buy this software and it will get you a ton of traffic.”

Unfortunately, this is what I call a Wizard Of Oz app. Looks like a superstar on the outside, but just a little whimp with a big microphone on the inside. Pathetic. It’s just a glorified sales pitch to get you to do CPV advertising (cost per view) through directcpv.com.

Save your money. If you want to get good at CPV, just join the Warrior Forum and do it yourself. I applaud his sales skills, but this program is really far from delivering on what it promises..

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peter chapman September 29, 2010, 9:12 am

Great to see a post that gives good advice like this. There is too much going on out there to suck people in to spend money unnecessarily.

I also support the warrior forum. I have grown my list and business significantly since being involved with warrior forum

Great stuff
Regards, Peter

Dave Sherwin September 29, 2010, 9:29 am

Thanks for the comment Peter, as a matter of fact, there is a thread in WF right now on the Auto Mass Traffic program, I’m not the only one out there who thinks it’s garbage!

Corky October 10, 2010, 4:10 pm

Thanks, it is nice to see an honest review of a product and not just another review sales page.

I was actually doing a search to get the Warrior Forum Thread but your site was ranked so decided to check it out. Glad I did.

Corky

Dave Sherwin October 11, 2010, 9:01 am

I have looked into the product more since I wrote this blog post, and the sad part is, it’s really not a bad CPV (cost per view) program. The challenge I have is that it isn’t sold as a CPV, it’s sold as some mysterious “software” that gets you tons of traffic in “just 7 clicks.” There absolutely is NOT any software included in this package that gets you anything. It’s sad that he had to over-sell it to the point that it’s just a good old fashioned bait and switch.

Michael Peterson October 17, 2010, 11:38 am

I could not agree more. I posted an article on Articlecat yesterday because I’ve about had it with the level of deception that I see pretty much daily.

The DirectCPV site is run by amateurs at best. Bait and switch is a good way to put it. Overselling to the max knowing full well that most eBusiness owners are going to cut to the chase and go looking for the traffic link. Sure enough it takes you to DirectCPV.

So I opened an account there and three weeks later my ads are still “pending” … ridiculous.

Glad to see an honest online review site. Keep up the good work.

Dave Sherwin October 18, 2010, 10:43 am

I had better luck than you on directcpv, and did get my campaigns approved, but I get very little actual traffic from it. Certainly not the thousands of visitors he showed. I set it up at $20 a day to test it, and in the last week have 115 views, at a cost of $2.72. No conversions at all. I have uploaded as many possible keywords as I can, and will add more URL’s to the URL campaign, but so far it isn’t doing much for me.