Mobile Monopoly 2.0
Name: Mobile Monopoly 2.0
Price: $49 + upsells and downsells
Owner: Adam Horwitz
Rank: 70 out of 100
Ok, so this entire program is used to help online business owners to market whatever products they have or whatever products they are selling in order to reach prospective customers via multiple mobile devices. This can prove to be very handy for many business owners as today it is rare that you come across a person who does not own any kind of iPhone or smartphone.
The owner of Mobile Monopoly 2.0 goes by the name of Adam Horwitz. He has claimed to have cracked the “code” of targeting cell phones just by having the tools that you need and the approach that you need in order to succeed.
In this in depth review I will review Mobile Monopoly 2.0 and give you my honest opinion on whether it is another scam or not and if it will work for your online business.
Pros vs. Cons
▪This program offers a variety of different easy to follow videos on varying different topics that are surely needed in order to succeed online.
▪The way that Adam Horwitz has made these videos make the viewer feel as if they are looking over his shoulder and following his method in an easy to follow step-by-step fashion.
▪This program covers many advanced marketing techniques that are needed in order to give you a hand conquering the competition.
▪There are way too many upsells and downsells which can make registering even more confusing for beginners.
▪This program offers training that is more for experienced marketers, not beginners.
▪The videos offered are a bit redundant the longer you watch them.
▪In order to make this product work for you, you need to have your own products to market.
Who Is It For?
This program while it may be intended to teach anybody who wishes to succeed online all of the things they will need in order to do so, is more for experienced marketers who know the basics of internet marketing. In my opinion it is not intended for the newbie and if you don’t know the basic concept of what PPC, CPA or PTC campaigns are, you will not succeed with this program.
Tools and Training
Mobile Monopoly 2.0 offers a wide array of different training and support tools within their online community. For starters you have access to nearly over 90 different video with PDF downloadable files in the case you need to see training in order to understand it and these video covers an array of different topics such as creating ads on Google AdSense, e-mail campaigns, and how to generate free traffic to your website. There is also live training seminars offered as well that cover other important topics such as these.
There is also another form of training offered that is referred to as the core of making Mobile Money. However, in order to access this training you need to pay an extra $67 a month and in my honest opinion the training simply isn’t worth it.
Once you are within the members area of Mobile Monopoly 2.0, there is some form of support given. All you have to do is simply click on the support tab within your membership dashboard and it will take you to a standard ticketing system. If you plan on getting a timely response you will be in for a nasty surprise. Since there is no money to help support the people that actively engaged within the community, many times you are left hanging in the case you come across an issue. Also do not expect for the owner Adam to come to your rescue because that will simply not happen.
▪Basic Membership: $49 a month
▪Mobile Money Core: $67 a month
▪Advertising: You need to have at least $500 set aside to aid in your marketing campaigns.
My Final Opinion
My honest and final opinion of Mobile Monopoly 2.0 varies slightly. While I found the training given within the community to be both very intriguing and very helpful in certain areas of marketing, overall I was not really impressed with it. I could have easily found this kind of information for free on Google but the training does teach you how to tackle the mobile industry head on which can lead to great success for you in the long run.
However, the moment I noticed all of the different upsells and down sells they offered, I was immediately turned off by this product. Like for real, if this product is as good as the owner claims it to be, is there really a need to raise the price of it and then to suddenly drop it if a potential marketer doesn’t like the price that they see. If a product is truly that good, it will be able to sell itself.
In my honest opinion I think that Mobile Monopoly 2.0 is great for experienced marketers that are looking for ways to get ahead of their competition. I do not recommend this product for beginning marketers whatsoever as it will only leave you hanging and confused with no money in your pocket.
Though on the lower end of the scale. Great for experienced marketers, horrible for beginners
Have you used Mobile Monopoly 2.0? Was your experience great or was it absolutely horrible? Regardless I would love to hear from you! Simply drop me a detailed comment below.
Submitted By: Nessa