Hi folks, welcome to my Everyday Profit Sniper review. If you’ve heard the name of this program before, chances are you’ve seen it on the top product list inside Warrior Plus or receive offers on your email. The pitch here is to help you make $500 per day online, but how exactly does the system work and more importantly, should you be using it?
Everyday Profit Sniper at a Glance
This program is basically a training course that teaches you affiliate marketing using email promotion. After signing up, you are directed to a platform called Luther Landro Inner Circle whereby the creator himself will walk you through a series of video lessons and offer two eBooks outlining the entire process.
The initial front-end price is $97, but Luther is currently giving a big discount to join for a $9 one-time fee. There will be one upsell to upgrade for $197 that will give you ready-made campaigns to be used for promotion straight away. If you skip this offer, it will down sell for $97 which will give you the stripped version of the upgrade.
On the sales page, Everyday Profit Sniper (EPS) is introduced as a system that is totally newbie-friendly. It lets you earn $500 in sales commission every day, in as little as 48 hours from lucrative niches and on-demand traffic sources.
According to Luther, there are only 3 steps to profiting – pick the right product offer, create a sales funnel and filled the funnel with targeted buyers. He then went on to show various income proof from Clickbank, PayPal and Warrior Plus as well as positive testimonials from a few successful students.
From the outside, the system looks very convincing and there’s more.
When you are inside the inner circle, one of the first few things you’d see is a link to a private webinar that claims to give free training on how to make a 6 figure online business. Interestingly, this webinar isn’t created by Luther, rather by an internet marketer called John Crestani.
In case you don’t know, John is the creator of The Super Affiliate System, a 6-week high ticket training course that can be found on the Clickbank marketplace. The program is all about teaching paid traffic generation methods and costs $997 for a one time fee.
Now, why would Luther be promoting someone else’s course you asked? Well, that’s because he’s an affiliate and can potentially make a whopping 50% commissions (that’s about $490) if you actually join the program. Smart, eh?
Meanwhile, inside his inner circle, you’ll find links to several of his courses on Udemy for as low as 90%. A quick peek at the tutor profile reveals that he has been an online entrepreneur for years and has garnered more than 5K students on the learning platform so far.
The background and credentials kind of proves his expertise in the field so if you want to pick his brain through private coaching, it’s going to cost you $2,500. Hence, two big pitches to watch out for, but it’s not something I would recommend to jump into immediately without testing the water first.
For me, an affiliate training course should cover all the bases, it needs to be practical and affordable for the majority of people who have zero experience and most likely a minimum budget.
Let’s see if EPS fits these simple criteria, shall we?
What I like about EPS firstly is that Luther knows what he’s talking about especially in the area of email marketing. He’s quite eloquent with the numbers and conversions so you could tell he has been doing this for a while.
He also introduced 7 niches that are evergreen and profitable to promote online. This list can be explored for different product opportunities and help target a more specific audience. In fact, when you choose to upgrade, all the ready-made campaigns will revolve around these 7 niches.
- Weight loss
- Internet Marketing
- Relationship Advice
- Health & Fitness
Besides, you are taught to leverage digital product offers such as online courses, membership sites, and eBooks. This is legit advice because these products are easily accessible by the customers and they yield far higher commissions than physical product offers – some as much as 75% – with the potential of recurring income.
Frankly, for the price of $9, it’s not a lot of money. The learning materials are a fair bit of stuff to go through if you are new to this form of marketing technique.
It doesn’t take a lot to figure out that the quality of training is just mediocre (or less). Even though the videos are short, they only comprise one to two slides while Luther talks on the background.
At its core, he only tells you what needs to be done but doesn’t actually show you how to do them. The abrupted ending to the videos may also leave you hanging with more confusing thoughts and questions.
From the very start, you are taught to use PLR content to create email offers. While it’s not entirely a bad thing, the wrong technique can put you at risk of creating cheap and duplicate content. It wouldn’t be nice for the readers to find out because you are just copying someone else’s work and label it as yours.
To generate traffic for offers, Luther advocates the use of solo ads. Basically, it’s a technique where you buy clicks from other people’s lists and hope to convert them into yours. It’s a legit paid strategy but also a shady one because there’s little to no control over the quality of clicks and most subscribers see them as spam.
The reality about email marketing offers is that there are many components to invest in like landing page software, autoresponder services and of course, the solo ads itself. All these costs run on a monthly basis so it’s not like his program can provide for everything. And he even said it himself in the following statement;
If you think buying the upgraded program can bring you that closer to making money, here’s the truth about those ready-made campaigns, according to his own words “These sites are NOT designed to rank in Google, send push notifications, get social media shares, or anything fancy.”
Clearly, the fundamentals of online marketing like SEO is not one of his main teachings. You will not learn anything about creating an optimized website, write valuable content and engaged socially with readers in your niche. Instead, with email offers, it’s all about pitching and selling to hasten sales conversion.
Ask yourself this – if you are the recipient on the other end, do you want to be promoted that way?
Lastly, the scope of interest here is only on digital products within his suggested niches. If you prefer to promote physical products or get involved in other ‘less popular’ niches, the program may seem rather irrelevant.
Is Everyday Profit Sniper Worth Joining?
Overall, EPS is a simple course that teaches high investment and high-risk traffic generation methods. I certainly wouldn’t recommend it for newbies, but even for advanced marketers, the quality of training seems to fall short in many areas.
Earning $500 per day or more in affiliate marketing isn’t impossible, but the paid traffic method isn’t the only way. Mastering good SEO can also help you get there by creating valuable content consistently that benefits the readers first BEFORE any promotion.
A good example of this is Pat Flynn’s Affiliate Marketing guide which elaborates how much he actually gives away for free before selling anything. Hint – his free eBook is worth the read if you truly want to know how a 6 figure income earner runs his online business.
My point is, email marketing has its time and place AFTER you’ve built an audience. Rushing into it is like running a marathon without practicing. It could potentially kill your enthusiasm or worse, waste your money on stuff that could have waited.
If you like to see how true affiliate marketers start their business from scratch, try out my recommended training program for free (within 7 days) and I will personally guide you through the process.
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