What a useless product it is! Despite the hugely deceptive sales copy, I decided to make a purchase just to see if there's the slightest element that's worth paying $9 for. Unfortunately there's absolutely none. Today, my 10 Minute Paydays Review will prove that you don't even get what you pay for from some products sometimes. And it's likely to happen when you make a purchase without really knowing the product itself. I'll tell you what I mean in a little while.
10 Minute Paydays Review
10 Minute Paydays
Online job guide PDFs
Gregg Price (fake name)
10 Minute Paydays Overview
10 Minute Paydays is (1) the seller's affiliate link to John Crestani's Super Affiliate System and (2) six e-guidebooks to some of the online job opportunities out there.
The six ebooks are;
- Making money by doing online voiceovers (17 pages)
- Making money by selling stock photos (21 pages)
- Making money by freelancing online (20 pages)
- Making money with online gaming (21 pages)
- About finding and using freelancers (27 pages)
- Other ideas (social media, finding clients, website & brand, 24 pages)
First of all, the link to John Crestani's webinar is confusing, because it doesn't explain that this is about affiliate marketing, but it just says "John will show you how to get started earning profits immediately." I've watched the training video myself before, and I can confirm that there's no way at any time John suggests you make money "immediately" using his method.
Secondly the ebooks - unfortunately the quality is extremely low. A lot of sentences don't make sense, I've found a lot of "wrong advice" to new internet business hopefuls.
As you can see from each of the headings, the selection is limited and peculiar; voiceover (voice actor) job and photography job both require the special skill respectively. Whereas the third book about freelancing in general, suggests just a few job examples - writing, data analysis, programming/developing. The fourth book recommends you to try online casino sites such as Cashdazzle.
The "methods" that are suggested in this site are nowhere near what's been described in the sales video - 10 minutes each day to make $5,000 a day.
130 pages in total, I feel that the content could have been combined in one ebook. I've skimmed through each ebook and found some information interesting, but none of it practically useful because it's merely a general guide which you can find by searching online for free, and also because most of the jobs are not applicable for those who are looking for a sustainable internet job opportunity. I'll briefly explain what each book contains.
1. Making money by doing online voiceovers
This is never a type of job that you can consider today and start tomorrow. The book explains that it is competitive and it's hard to beat other experienced voice actors, but the "key is to be patient" - stating the obvious. Online voiceover jobs are, apparently, different from traditional voiceover jobs, and you earn more money with a traditional voiceover job...apparently. But why am I reading this?
2. Making money by selling stock photos
This is an old concept. What's written in this book is outdated and rubbish (sorry). Only a photographer can consider this job, and if you are a photographer, you probably would have considered it and searched online already - you can find more than enough advice for free. The ebook recommends Adobe Photoshop as one of the photo editors - are there any photographers who've never heard of Photoshop?
Photos of a landscape or still objects with no particular situation are extremely hard to sell, while many semi-professional photographers submit their best quality photos to royalty-free stock photo sites to raise their profiles.
The option to "sell stock photos" appears often in blog articles such as "10 Ways To Make Money Online" along with surveys-for-cash, sell your website, all of which are unrealistic!
3. Making money by freelancing online
This is a general guide to online freelancing. The quality is very low, because again, the information written here can be easily obtainable by googling. Such as what kind of jobs are available, what kind of sites you can join to advertise your skills.
There are too many obvious suggestions, for example if you are creative, you can do graphic designing, video editing, animation, application designing, "and much more". If you were good at any of those, you would have considered them already.
4. Making money with online gaming
Books like this are the exact reasons why some people still believe get-rich-quick schemes online.
Try your local job agencies and see if any of them advise you try arcade games or recommend you a particular casino to gamble.
This is equivalent to that!
5. "Plus" (about hiring freelancers / running a business)
This is pretty bad. Looks like several topics are combined without proofread. It starts to talk about outsourcing your work, where to find freelancers (social networks, classified ads), then it talks about the rates to pay the contractors - many of the sentences don't make sense. It moves on to talk about running a service business, then jumps back to talk about "what to sell" - your skills or products.
6. "Secret Method"
This is the worst one of the pack. A lot of sentences don't make sense. It starts by talking about social media, then talks about where to find clients (job boards, cold-calling...) Then how to find popular niches for a few sentences, and all of a sudden how to gain social followers again.
It also wrongly recommends you to use banner exchange sites, which is outdated, now considered spammy and affect your business adversely.
Wealthy Affiliate Doesn't Do That!
What's described about backlinking in the 6th ebook is inaccurate - backlink strategy is only effective if the authority level of the linking site is high, and it does not necessarily help your website rank in search engines better.
It also suggests that Wealthy Affiliate provides some sort of automatic backing tool, that's totally untrue.
Wealthy Affiliate does not encourage the members to "actively exchange links" but it teaches about the ineffectiveness of it. Let alone offers money/rewards for exchanging links. There is no facility for it.
Can You Make Money With 10 Minute Paydays?
By now you see the obvious answer to this question - you will definitely NOT make money with this product. 10 Minute Paydays is a scam.
The woman who appears to claim that she's made $137,000 within a month - that's a fake statement. You will not make a cent with this product.
In the sales video, the seller spares a long time sharing a sob story and how he got this magic system from his old school friend "Jenny Spencer" - none of it is true. He says "work only 10 minutes each day", but nowhere in the members' area can you find a description referring to it, nor can you find the actual "work". As I've explained fully above, the products are all ebooks of general guides, full of wrong advice.
Because most of the information is spectacularly wrong, the seller's affiliate link to Super Affiliate System may make John Crestani look like a scammer which I think is insulting (not my problem, but I had to say that!)
You Have To Know What It Is
Well, you can spot a product is legitimate or scam just by watching the sales video - there are always some indicators.
This particular one (10 Minute Paydays' sales video) is a dumb one. It never tells you what it is. Most other scams what you're actually going to do with it - they're totally made up, but at least they tell you about your job, such as;
- "All you have to do is to copy and paste an email each morning!" (means something about email marketing)
- "All you need is a few clicks on our website, the rest is all done for you!" (means something about website)
Don't get me wrong, scams are still scams, you might buy it and see nothing like what's been described.
But the 10 Minute Paydays's video never even bothers to indicate what it is. The seller only says "10 minutes work".
When making a decision to buy a "make money online" product, you should always try to understand what kind of job is involved with it. If you don't understand it, google search and read a review - just like you do now. This is what you should do every time. Especially with video-only sales pages with no explanation in text underneath; they are 99% scams!
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You'll be asked for a reason for your refund request. The seller says "You only need to work 10 minutes each day" but there is no work, all you find is a bunch of PDF guidebooks. So you can tell them that you were misled.
10 Minute Paydays Pros and Cons
10 Minute Paydays Review - Conclusion:
10 Minute Payday is a scam. The seller claims that the product offers a "system", but no such thing can be found in the members' area. All you can find is downloadable guidebooks, none of which is recommendable as I explained above.
Really, if you are still curious to find out - you'd better wake up! It's about time you stopped wasting your time searching for ways to get wealthy without making an effort. There's no such thing in this real world. If you only work for 10 minutes, you'll only get the 10 minutes worth of pay.
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