Pros:

  • Easy to get a refund

 

 

 

 

Cons:

  • The lessons don’t really teach much
  • A lot of “do this” but no instructions given
  • A lot of “empty content” that doesn’t help
  • Overly hyped on the product’s sales page
  • Doesn’t really teach you much about being an affiliate marketer

Review of Mobile Monopoly 2.0 by Adam Horwitz

Overall Grade: F

 

“But the guy had a video of himself being honored at the White House!” Adam Horwitz was indeed invited to the White House in 2011, but it didn’t have anything to do with affiliate marketing. His profile on that website (which has zero votes, by the way) states that he helps people make millions in their internet businesses, but what he was invited to the White House for was a company called YepText, a company that enables businesses to do text message marketing. His sales page leads you to believe that he was invited as a super affiliate and coach, but that’s not remotely the case.

 

The Member’s Area

First of all, to Mr. Adam Horwitz, I want to say I’m very impressed. Probably not in the way you’re hoping though. As someone that has been making a living in affiliate marketing since 2009 (I too got into it when I was very young) I have to say I have never seen such an overwhelmingly large amount of lessons that don’t really teach anything of value.

 

For those of you reading this review and considering buying Mobile Monopoly 2.0, I’ll take you through each section of the member’s area and tell you exactly what I mean by that.

 


“Quick Start”

There are 21 lessons in Adam Horwitz’s “Quick Start” section of Mobile Monopoly 2.0. At first, that seems very encouraging! But then you start watching the lessons and they’re pretty easy to follow – so that’s not the problem either. The problem is the content of each of these videos. These lessons cover things like “What is Instagram?”, “How to Join Clickbank”, “Creating an Instagram Account”, “Fiverr Account Creation”, and “How to Post a Job on Elance”. These lessons aren’t actually TEACHING you anything that you couldn’t figure out on your own for free. Aside from that, you can find free Youtube lessons and professionally developed help pages directly from the company for any of the things listed above.

 

Even worse, when Adam explains how to make money using Instagram, he just explains a concept. He doesn’t show you exactly how to do it, he doesn’t show you what it looks like when you apply the concept, and he doesn’t show you any of his campaigns. So personally, I just have to assume that he’s making his millions selling Mobile Monopoly memberships. If someone can explain a concept but can’t show what it looks like when they do it, they probably don’t do it for a living. Onto the next section…

 

“Free Traffic”

In this section, Horwitz explains what a QR code is (the funny looking square codes people can scan using a smartphone) and basically tells you that you can string them across your city on bulletin boards and other free advertising spaces. He also talks to you about “Shout Outs” where people post about your site on their Twitter and Instagram accounts, but still outlines almost ZERO strategy so you can go about doing it yourself. He closes this section by talking to you about “The Right Mindset”. Just like in the Quick Start section, Adam just throws around a bunch of concepts and doesn’t show you any application at all, whatsoever.

 

“CPC” and “Paid Search”

I’m grouping these next two sections together because CPC is a form of paid search, and there’s no reason to separate them except trying to make it look like you offer more content than you actually do. In the CPC (cost per click) section of Mobile Monopoly, Adam again spends several minutes each video showing you how to sign up for accounts and fill in your name, address, etc… There aren’t any lessons in this section about writing good ads or creating strong sales copy. Just a bunch of click, fill out a field, click fill out a field, click, fill out a field, and on, and on, and on…

If you continue going through the Mobile Monopoly member’s area, you’ll find the exact same problem in the next section: “Paid Search”. Again Horwitz explains what it is and shows you how to create accounts. The only difference between this and the “CPC” section (aside from the fact that you’re signing up for different companies here) is one lesson – “Power of Misspellings”. Here Adam tells you that you can capitalize on misspelled searches, and then yet again proceeds to give ZERO detailed strategy on exactly what you need to do to find them. We all know that people misspell things. Logically, we can assume there’s a way to capitalize on that. But Adam Horwitz should show his paying customers exactly how rather than just telling them that they can.

 

“Email Profits”

Here is another section of the Mobile Monopoly 2.0 member’s area where Adam gives a bunch of technical, how-to walkthroughs instead of explaining the strategies necessary to build a business online. You have lessons like, “Join Aweber” and “Set Up Follow-Ups”. There is a video entitled “Proven Subject Lines” which again doesn’t really teach anything. Adam just talks about how important subject lines are and gives you a couple of examples of ones he claims have worked in the past. That isn’t teaching you how to write one yourself, it’s just telling you it’s important and then handing you a few words to copy/paste and cross your fingers. What happens after you’ve used all five of his examples? What do you do then?

 


“Pay Per Call”, “Go Local”, and “Create Apps”

I really hate getting repetitive in my reviews. and I’m definitely starting to repeat myself. The above problems are present in EVERY section of the member’s area, including these three. Adam Horwitz does a great job telling you what you should know to be a successful affiliate marketer, but he hardly even attempts to teach you any of those skills.

 

Even worse, when Adam explains how to make money using Instagram, he just explains a concept . He doesn’t show you exactly how to do it, he doesn’t show you what it looks like when you apply the concept, and he doesn’t show you any of his campaigns. So personally, I just have to assume that he’s making his millions selling Mobile Monopoly memberships. If someone can explain a concept but can’t show what it looks like when they do it, they probably don’t do it for a living. Onto the next section…

 

The Mobile Monopoly 2.0 “Software”

The Mobile Monopoly 2.0 software is basically a simple point-and-click HTML editor that creates small websites. They have some preselected content to choose from (only three templates if you didn’t pay for the upsell) and they also have a few pre-loaded sales pages. This is the ONLY part of the Mobile Monopoly that you’re taught a decent lesson (how to use the software) and it’s not even by Adam Horwitz! The person that teaches you how to use the software is the developer, Alex. It’s an easy to use software and a neat concept, but as you know if you’ve read any of my other reviews about duplicate or canned content, if you’re not creating helpful, original content then you’re not adding much value to your visitors’ lives. If you’re not adding value to your visitors’ lives, it’s MUCH harder to convert visitors.

 

Conclusion

So should you buy Mobile Monopoly 2.0 by Adam Horwitz? DEFINITELY NOT. The members’ area is full of empty content that tells you what you need to do, but never shows you exactly how to do it. You don’t get to see any of Adam’s campaigns or see any sign that the software has worked for him in the past, and ultimately you’re left with a product that promises to change your life but will just spin your wheels for several weeks or months before you finally give up (and possibly blame yourself for a product that was setting you up for failure from the start). I would never endorse a product that would do that to you, so there’s no way I can recommend buying Mobile Monopoly 2.0 by Adam Horwitz.

 

If you have any questions or comments about this review, feel free to send me an email using my contact page, call me, or comment on this post! I do the absolute best I can to be a free resource for new affiliate marketers that are trying to change their lives and avoid getting scammed in this dog-eat-dog industry!

 

Mobile Monopoly reviewed by Ian Pribyl on .
Summary: There’s money to be made in mobile advertising, but not with this
Description: Mobile Monopoly 2.0 by Adam Horwitz you’re told a lot of what you SHOULD know, but taught hardly any of it. Details in this review.
Rating: 1 out of 5.
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