Are you looking for a way to make money online and come across this product? Is it legit, or just another scam?
So what is Your Dream Websites? Well, it’s not what you think.
I’m happy to see you doing research on this before buying. It’s really hard to know what to believe in the sales video. They are very good at promising you the moon, but are they telling the truth?
That’s why I write these reviews for you. I want you to know what to expect before buying. I’ll show you what’s inside, how it works, then offer you my honest opinion and recommendations.
By the end of my review, you’ll be able to make an educated decision.
And if you’d like to bypass all the uncertainty, then come and see where I learned to build a successful online business.
- 1 What Is Your Dream Websites?
- 2 Old Product, New Name
- 3 Who Is This System For?
- 4 How Does It Work?
- 5 Pros
- 6 Cons
- 7 Final Thoughts And Recommendations
What Is Your Dream Websites?
This product would come to you via an email, and payment made directly to them through their secure payment site.
The owner calls himself Jake, but this is only a fake pen name. The owner is unknown.
This product claims to have an entire system set up for you, and will make you $1000 per day with no work.
Your Dream Websites – $47
- Home – welcome video
- Advance Training (call to upgrade)
Module 1: Set Up
- Step 1 – Profit Accelerator – sign up with Clickfunnels
- Step 2 – Lead Capture – sign up with GVO autoresponder
- Step 3 – Income Accounts – sign up with Clickbank & Clickbetter
- Step 4 – Make 10X Money – sign up with ClickMagick
Module 2: Copy
- Step 1 – Steal My Pages – 15 lead capture pages
- Step 2 – Customize Pages – editing your pages
- Step 3 – Lead Collection – connect GVO to Clickfunnels
- Step 4 – See It All In Action – funnels to choose from
- Operation Logins – links to your accounts
- Operation Tools – tools such as Google Analytics, Bitly URL shortener, Click.org, and VWO.com
- Avoid Scams – 3 paragraphs!
- Mail Creative File – nothing here!
- Clickfunnels – $97 to $297 per month
- GVO autoresponder – $50 per month
- ClickMagic tracker – $47 per month
- Paid Traffic – $$$$ per month
Old Product, New Name
This product is IDENTICAL in every way to an older product called Instant Profit Sites. Even the sales video!
When you get inside the member area, everything is branded with this older name. The owner didn’t even bother to change a thing for the new relaunch.
The older product was registered in April 2018, and the new one in November 2018. That’s only 6 months!
This tells me that he didn’t have success with the first one, and is trying to make his money by relaunching it under a new name.
Many of these “serial launchers” make most of their money at launch time if their products are on an affiliate network. They offer prizes for the highest-selling affiliate. So their product is hugely advertised by affiliates for that first week, making him the most money.
Who Is This System For?
I really can’t recommend this to anyone. It’s absolutely nothing like what the owner promised. You will be doing a lot of work to make any money!
It’s fairly basic training about setting up a Clickfunnels account and the GVO autoresponder. But it’s nothing that you can’t find on those business websites anyway.
And sharing the same landing pages with every other member is never a wise move. You’re better off creating your own unique material.
The most troubling part is the lack of traffic training. This is the most crucial part of any marketing, and without it, you’ll get nowhere fast.
I’ll explain it all below, OK?
How Does It Work?
I’d like to show you the whole process from sales video to the product, inside the member area. There are quite a few “red flags” to start off with, but let’s see if the product delivers what it promises.
The Hyped Up Sales Video
Well, right off the bat, they say they’ve already started your business for you and that it will be running while you’re watching the video. Ya, right!
I suppose it’s one way to keep your attention, but believe me when I say… He didn’t!
Red Flag #1 – False Scarcity
This is a typical tactic that many marketers use to pressure you into buying. Instead of earning your trust, they use scare methods to persuade you to take action.
He claims his doors will be closed tonight!
Which is absolutely ridiculous because he wants to make money, right? He’ll keep it up as long as it does, lol.
You also see a countdown clock on the sales page, and he’ll say there’s only one spot left.
Don’t let this fool you. It’s all fake!
Red Flag #2 – Personally Invited?
So you’ve been personally invited? You’re lucky to be there so don’t lose the opportunity to buy. Others are begging to receive an invitation to use his website…
He wants you to think that if you leave, the next lucky person will get access to the account he created at the beginning of the video. That the next person will get the money instead of you. All lies!!
Red Flag #3 – False Income Reports
I always get a kick at how these dudes will use fake income reports and think you’ll believe them. You don’t do you? Because it’s so easy to create fake statements like these.
All they need to do is take a screenshot of their account page and use editing software to change the numbers. For that matter, they could very easily use any image they find online and say it’s their own…
Red Flag #4 – Fake Members
According to this guy, he’s already sent money to members who just joined this week. But of course, that’s all fake. And it’s easy to prove…
Red Flag #5 – Done For You?
This sounds too good to be true! All he wants you to do is set up your account and he does all the work.
All you have to do is check your stats 3 times a week to make sure the money is coming in…
There’s absolutely no way anything can work like this?
These done-for-you systems never work, nor are they ever ALL done for you. That’s just a way of hyping you up and getting you excited to make money.
Red Flag #6 – Call Them?
OK, you should never provide a phone number if you don’t want to be pressured some more. But this system wants you to call them.
Notice how it says to turbocharge your profits? That’s a sneaky way to say that they’ll try to convince you to purchase upsells to grow your income.
You know… the income you’re probably not making, lol.
Red Flag #7 – Is That Really Your Money?
You know that account he says he’s already made for you? It’s now up to $175 by the end of the video. Except for the screenshot he shows you has something printed across the bottom that you should be aware of…
This disclaimer says it’s an “Example Account” with their software. So it’s not really yours. It’s a sample… if it’s even real!
Oh, and why does he keep saying the product will only cost you $37? My check out page was for $47…
Ok, enough with all the hype. Let’s see if the system actually does what it promises.
Where’s The Done For You System??
Surprise! It’s not here, lol. But of course, it’s not here…
There’s no such thing as a system that doesn’t require any work!
The first thing you notice when you get inside is the name. You’re on the same dashboard as Instant Profit Sites. As I mentioned above, this is an older product that was simply relaunched with a new name.
Then you see a pop-up asking you to call their number to be assigned a Millionaire Mentor. Nope, I didn’t call.
My past experience with these types of calls are:
- Pressure to purchase upsells.
- Pressure to become their affiliate and promote this product to others.
- Repeated callbacks.
The advanced training is locked. You must call the phone number to unlock it. And this is probably one of their upsells…
This module is all about setting up your accounts with various services. And this is how the owner is making some commissions off of you.
The links he gives you to the paid services will have his affiliate link in them.
I’m not saying that’s wrong. That’s how all affiliate marketers make money. It’s just that this was supposed to be all done for you, right?
Well, it’s not, lol. You set everything up your self, and then you send the traffic to his landing pages to promote your products.
Oh, and by the way, the costs to some of these services are fairly high. Clickfunnels, which is an excellent product, starts at $97 per month.
The only free set up is creating an account with Clickbank and Clickbetter. There’s no cost to set these up.
I would also check the paid services out on your own first. The price he supposedly negotiated for you may be higher than getting a package on your own, without using his affiliate link.
The training videos are decent, but if you need additional help, go to the service’s website. They all offer excellent tutorials themselves and have great support.
The lead capture pages he lets you “steal” are pretty nice, but keep in mind that everyone who purchases this product will be using the same ones.
That’s why it’s so important that you “edit” them as shown in the second step.
The problem of market saturation is quite high. If you and everyone else are promoting the same landing pages, people will get sick of seeing them.
Then what happens? Well, people start ignoring them. It’s amazing what your brain will do. It can become blind to these ads, and people will quickly skip right over them. That certainly can hurt your bottom line.
So the editing is more than just adding your affiliate link. You really need to change the copy (wording), and possibly even the design.
The third step will show you how to connect the autoresponder to your Clickfunnel account.
I personally don’t like how you don’t have a choice with your autoresponder. This one may be just fine, but I don’t have any experience with GVO so I can’t give you an honest opinion there.
Finally, he shows you the funnels he uses, and how he puts them together for you to copy. You’re allowed to use his images and copy to use for your own affiliate product links.
This section is just a quick way for you to log into your accounts. There are also links to some other services, from free to extremely expensive.
The only one I would recommend is Google Analytics. It’s free and you get a lot of different information to see how your campaigns are doing.
This section made me laugh out loud!!!
The first part “Avoid Scams” was simply a single page with 3 tips to avoid scams:
- Push-button money getting systems don’t exist.
- Money making websites are complete garbage.
- Beware of the “what it’s not” type offers.
Do you see the irony here? Didn’t the sales video say this was a “done for you, all you do is push the button and make money” system?
Isn’t this supposedly a money-making website? That’s what landing pages are. You direct your traffic to the landing page, which is, in fact, a one-page website, to make money.
And as far as a “what it’s not” sales video, that’s exactly what it was. Did you know what you were buying before you bought it? Of course not. It just said you’d make money with no work. But nothing about how it’s done.
I have no idea why he’d put this in his product. It describes it to a “T”, and therefore, you should have stayed away. LOL
Mail Creative File
This section leads nowhere. So whether it’s still in development I don’t know. And there is no direction given inside the platform.
For beginners, the email swipes would have been very helpful. Especially if you have no experience writing a convincing email.
The Most Important Step Is Missing
Overall, what you get can be done on your own with these services. Clickfunnels provides a lot of training and has its own drag and drop editors to create your own “unique” landing pages and funnels.
But what you need most of all is traffic. Without traffic to your campaigns, you’ll make no money.
And this system doesn’t train you in this vital area. I suspect if you call their phone number, they might want to sell you an upgrade that provides some sort of traffic.
And this is usually with Solo Ads which gets very expensive! Solo Ads can cost about $1 per click. You can spend hundreds to thousands each month with the hope of a 10% conversion rate.
That means for every $100 you spend on traffic, you might make 1 sale. Will your affiliate commission cover that?
- 60-day money-back guarantee
- Video tutorials
- Learn to set up ClickFunnels & autoresponders
- High monthly costs
- No done for you system
- Unrealistic income claims
- No community for support
- No traffic training
Final Thoughts And Recommendations
I’m sorry, but I don’t believe this product is worth $47. I am personally never in favour of these done for you systems. They rarely work as they promise.
The fact that he promised you didn’t need to do any work is laughable!!
There is a lot of work involved with sending out these affiliate campaigns, and there’s a steep learning curve for beginners.
Is Your Dream Websites a scam? No Would I recommend it? No
If this seems like something you’d like to pursue, then you should start by creating your own account with ClickFunnels and an autoresponder.
But unless you already have a huge social media following to advertise to, you won’t see many sales in the beginning. Most marketers who do run these types of campaigns have huge email lists.
And if you’re new to the affiliate marketing industry, you probably don’t even have one yet, right?
Can I make you my honest recommendation?
The easiest way for a beginner to succeed is to learn from the bottom up. Start by learning how to build a solid foundation for your online business, and start developing an email list.
Affiliate marketing is the easiest way to make money online, but not this way. This product’s training will cost you a lot of money. Money you probably don’t have yet.
I would love for you to come and see where I learned to succeed with affiliate marketing. This platform provides you with all the detailed step by step training, and tools, to get you up and running.
And the best part is you can start for FREE. No credit card necessary.
If you click on the image below, you can read all about it. And when you join, I’ll be there to greet you. I will help you along for as long as you need me to.
So where did you hear about Your Dream Websites? Did it come to your inbox? I personally saw it on Facebook.
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