If you’ve seen Mobile Optin 2.0 in action, you know there isn’t a whole lot that can be said about it in the way of a review. Whether or not it’s worth investing in is a straight forward decision for most people who have some experience in online marketing.
So if you feel it’s a good fit for you and you just want to skip ahead to the details of my $375 cash rebate offer, click here.
If you haven’t made any money online yet, please read everything on this page.
A Few Thoughts about Mobile Optin
One of the big sales hooks of Mobile Opt in is that it stops people opting in to your list with a fake email address. It’s true that fake email addresses is an issue to be aware of when building a list… but it’s not difficult to get around. Just state clearly on your opt in page that you will send the freebie to the email address the person enters into the opt in form. No one who reads that will enter a fake email address. Just place that statement prominently on your page, and you’ll hardly get a single fake email join your list. Problem solved.
Now, I know that’s a completely different story from what you will hear from most reviews. They’ll tell you that you need Mobile Optin to solve this gargantuan issue. But they know the real deal. If you’re not familiar with the way this industry works, almost all reviews of Mobile Optin 2 are written by people who will collect a commission from Anthony Morrison if you buy after reading their review. And human nature being what it is, few people can resist the temptation to lie when there is money to be made. In other words, be weary of the hype.
Why Mobile Optin Is Pretty Cool (and pretty expensive!)
What Anthony Morrison’s program definitely does have going for it is it almost guarantees you get everyone’s best email address. It achieves that by automatically opening the prospective subscriber’s email client with their default email address. And because all they have to do at that point is click the send button, you’ve got genuine 2 click opt ins. When you add the fact that mobile traffic overtook computer traffic in 2014 (and will almost certainly continue to count for the majority of web traffic for many years to come), it’s easy to see why Mobile Optin is so powerful, and why Morrison is charging so much for access.
Should You Buy Mobile Optin?
While I do think Mobile Optin is a worthwhile investment for some, it’s definitely not for everyone. The ideal candidate is someone who has previous experience creating successful opt in pages and profitably monetising email lists, i.e. someone who already makes a full-time income online. If that’s you, you’ve probably already purchased Mobile Optin.
But if you’re short on cash and you have just enough to buy into Morrison’s program, PLEASE don’t buy it. I know it might seem like something that will solve all your money woes, but that’s not guaranteed by any means.
First of all, you need enough money left over to buy traffic. No traffic means no results. If you have no previous experience creating successful opt in pages and running profitable email marketing campaigns, then you should have at least $500 left to spend on traffic after you’ve accounted for the necessities of life.
Don’t be surprised if the first $100 you spend on traffic gets you poor opt in rates. Be prepared to kiss that money could goodbye. “But wait!,” you say, “won’t the ‘templates’ I’ll get inside Mobile Optin ensure I get tons of people opting in?”
LOL, not quite. The ‘templates’ are far from ‘ready to go’. YOU will have to write the copy, something which can be surprisingly tricky when you’re first starting out. Yes, it might be effortless for people to opt in – they only have to click twice after all – but they won’t opt in unless you give them a strong reason to.
Reasonably enough, people have huge resistance to giving out their email address. They’re concerned about being spammed. So you will only get the opt in if you made them curious enough. However, getting to ‘enough’ can be kind of hard when you first start out. Sure you’ll get some opt ins, but people won’t opt in at a high enough rate for your campaign to have much hope of being profitable. At least probably not on your first couple of attempts.
Second, you will need to learn how to run effective email marketing campaigns. Make no mistake, just blasting affiliate links does not make for profitable campaigns, even when your copy is good. Much more to it than that. Having said that, it’s not an especially difficult topic to learn, or to teach. I’d be very surprised if the upcoming training which will be provided for Mobile Optin members doesn’t do a good enough job. But of course, no one can say that for sure at this stage. At any rate, you’ll need to make a firm commitment to complete the training if you’re completely new to email marketing.
The Best Possible Bonus For Mobile Optin 2.0
Okay, let me put my cards on the table. If you get Mobile Optin through my link, I’ll receive a $748.50 commission. I’m happy to split that with you.
So your bonus for buying through me is $375. Here’s why I’m certain that beats any other bonus offer out there.
Plain and simple, it’s REAL money. The value is undeniable. The value of any other bonus is questionable. There is a good measure of risk involved because whatever you get might turn out to be worthless.
And when most affiliates offer a bunch of hyped up PLR, real cash you can use to buy traffic and build your business becomes not only the smart choice, but the only choice.
I must caution you to be careful with the PLR junk being offered out there. Try using that stuff to put your campaigns together, and those campaigns are destined to fail.
Here’s proof that you’ll receive your bonus:
I send $394 from my side to cover the PayPal fee, so you’ll get the full $375.
I’ll send you your bonus cash by PayPal as soon as the refund period is over and I receive payment from Anthony Morrison’s company.
How to Claim Your Bonus
It’s very simple:
And that’s it 🙂