7/25/2009 update: some people have started asking about a product called Blazing Keywords, so I’ve posted information about it from the BBB in the comments section in discussion that goes with this blog post.
5/13/2009 update about Google Cash – it looks like the original Google Cash may be trying to distance itself from the recent onslaught of Google Cash knockoffs. The original Google Cash now redirects to GCWorkAtHomeSystem.com instead of AffiliateJackPot.
Important 3/28/2009 update: A new product is calling itself Google Cash. That is NOT the Google Cash mentioned at WorkAtHomeTruth. The new product calling itself Google Cash:
- Is NOT on the WorkAtHomeTruth Top 10 Recommended list.
- Has NOTHING to do with the Google Cash that was reviewed here.
IMPORTANT: The NEW product calling itself Google Cash is promoted from a site called OnlineWizard.net and has a $1.99 “Instant Access Fee” and then will charge your credit card $49/month after 72 hours unless you follow the procedures outlined in their Terms and Conditions. I have NO idea what that product is. You can tell that it’s a different product because in the Terms of Service it’s called the Online Wizard Success Kit.
I think some websites may also be calling the NEW product Google Cash Kit. I’m not 100% sure about that yet.
The FOLLOWING is about the ORIGINAL Google Cash product reviewed HERE at WorkAtHomeTruth.
Is Google Cash a scam? Well, no. But something GoogleCash is doing now is quite scammy. They pulled MY testimonial from my review of Google Cash and posted it on their new sales letter. The took my testimonial COMPLETELY out of context. In fact if you read on you’ll see I don’t even recommend that you buy Google Cash anymore.
In fact what I say on the WorkAtHomeTruth site is that I do NOT recommend Chris Carpenter’s Google Cash to someone that is new to internet marketing. Instead of the Google Cash adwords method I suggest people click here to learn how to start with a method called Bootstrapping Your Business.
And if you DO want to learn Google Cash type methods I recommend you use Matt Levenhagen’s Campaign Blasts method instead.
I see that Google Cash is now falling back on the “magic money” claim that you can make money at the system by spending only a few hours a week which while might be somewhat true after you’ve studied and used such a system for a year or so. But about 1 in a MILLION people would be able to do that right off the bat at all. And almost always you DO need a website to be able to do that.
Plus they’re honing in on the dream of making money without a website. That’s certainly possible these days but now the Google Cash system is probably one of the WORST and hardest ways to go about it.
In fact, one of the easiest, newbie friendly ways to make money without a website now is the Kindle Profits Exposed system which leverages the traffic of the multi-billion dollar company Amazon.com.
So. Is Google Cash a scam? Well, no. But I do NOT recommend GoogleCash at ALL anymore and they are nowhere to even be found on our Top Ten Home Businesses list.
Note: In order to clear up the confusion about which Google Cash is reviewed at WorkAtHomeTruth, I’ve posted information below:
- GoogleCashGenerator.info promotes something called Google Cash Kit and sends their visit to the Google Cash product at TheOnlineWizard site – which is NOT the Google Cash reviewed at WorkAtHomeTruth.
Also, the following products have NOTHING to do with the original Google Cash product from 2003/2004:
- Easy GoogleCash
- GoogleMoney – a.k.a. GoogleMoneySystem
- Google FastCash
- Google CashKit
- Make GoogleCash
- GoogleCash Starter Kit
- GoogleCash Center
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