What is Cash Siphon?
Cash Siphon is an Internet marketing product released on August 30th 2011.
As promised a few days ago, I picked up a copy of Cash Siphon as soon as I could. I’ve given it a spin and I think I’ve seen enough to be able to write my review! Here we go…
After you make the initial purchase you will be offered a one-time offer upsell for what they call the “Siphon Extreme Kickstart Program”. We’re offered 20 ready-made “siphon sites” for $97. Unfortunately we don’t know yet what a “siphon site” actually is! I didn’t take this upsell, I just thought I would review the main product for now.
Then we’re greeted with another upsell inside the members area. This one is for software which we’re told “predicts the future” in terms of which niches are worth going into and which ones aren’t. It’s $97, and it’s not a one-time offer, so you can buy it at any time.
The main Cash Siphon software is quite a simple application, made in the UBot Studio. We’re given two short videos to show how to use it, and that’s fair enough because it’s not difficult to use.
The software requires you to enter keywords you wish to rank for in the search engines, and of course the URL you are trying to rank. It then goes out to foreign language article directories and pulls content relevant to your keywords. It translates that content into English and uses it to and build pages at Squidoo.com and HubPages.com which point to the URL you are trying to rank.
In essence, what we have here is a fairly low-power SEO tool. Anyway the product creators try to dress it up, the fact remains that the software only builds links for you from two websites. And while both Squidoo and HubPages are good sides to employ for SEO purposes (I use them both regularly myself), they are simply not enough by themselves to enable you to rank for even mildly competitive keywords.
If I had been presented with a demonstration of what this software does before I had to make a buying decision I would have paid a maximum of $10. And that would only be to supplement my SEO work, it wouldn’t form a core part of it by any stretch of the imagination. If you try to make money with this alone you’d be lucky if you made a few cents. If you used it alongside a comprehensive SEO strategy then it should add a few dollars to your bottom line, but nothing to write home about. The idea that you could make thousands of dollars with this is beyond absurd.
Cash Siphon has been on the market for a couple of days now, and it’s quite bizarre to think something like this will very likely do over $1 million in sales in its first week. It’s a symbol of everything that’s wrong with this industry. The way creators of products like this dangle a dream of instant riches and an easy life in front of unwitting individuals is grossly irresponsible. Not only that, it’s downright cruel.
My Cash Siphon bonus is now closed. Sorry to anyone who was planning on grabbing it, but having bought this product myself now I can’t in good conscience offer a bonus for it.
Something Better Than Cash Siphon For FREE
If you take my advice you won’t buy Cash Siphon. But I’ve had a great idea. I’ll give you something of genuine value completely free. Something that will guarantee your online success. That might sound too good to be true, but trust me it’s not. Even though the heartless marketers who put out products like Cash Siphon don’t care whether you succeed online or not, I do. I’ll make sure you succeed. Allow me to explain…
Until recently, I’ve never had an interest in teaching Internet marketing. That’s not because I don’t want to help people, rather because I’ve always seen the Make Money Online niche as highly saturated, and with so much junk out there it takes a lot to earn anybody’s trust.
But a few weeks ago I happened to publish my email address along with an article I wrote about a certain mistake which most new marketers make, and how to avoid making it. I only added my email address so that people could ask questions about the particular topic which was being discussed in the article.
However, that article seemed to resonate with people, as it made it quite apparent that I genuinely wanted people to succeed online. I got a few e-mails from people asking for general help with developing their online business. Some of these people shared their stories with me in length, and I was genuinely moved by what I heard. Take it from me, it doesn’t matter how much you’re struggling online, or even how much money you’ve lost, there’s someone out there who’s been scammed worse!
Helping these people has been a tremendous joy. I’m not offering one-on-one coaching for everyone, I just wouldn’t be able to handle that, but I can provide the next best thing.
I’m fully aware of the problems people face getting started online. I know the exact nature of these problems, and the mistakes people make, because it really wasn’t so long ago that I was there myself. My recent communications with the aforementioned people who contacted me has only reinforced my thoughts on this matter.
I’ve decided to compile the precise information necessary for anyone to reach the $200 per day level in their online business. But I don’t want to charge anything for this, I’ll happily give it away for free. The problem in this industry is that there are so many untrustworthy people out there that it is very difficult for anyone to know who to trust. If I put a price tag on the information I want to present, it would represent a barrier to entry significant enough that a large proportion of the people who would benefit from it would be deterred from accessing it.
This is a completely new idea, and I haven’t started work on it yet. However, I’ll get it done as quickly as I can. I’ll send it to you as soon as it’s done. All you have to do is join my list.
You’ll be in very safe hands on my list. I don’t promote often, and I only ever recommend products which I genuinely use in my own business.