Millionaire Society Review:
Mass Traffic System – Massive test
Using Millionaire Society methods in the real world
Hi – it’s the other Mack Michaels here again with a continuation of my in-depth and full disclosure review and real world test of Mack Michaels
Millionaire Society Mass Traffic System.
I’m going to start this review in general terms, looking at what Millionaire Society would be able to do for the average Joe, with limited or no computer experience, then what a seasoned Internet Marketer can learn before zeroing in on what I’ve been able to achieve since I started using the system on 35 of my own existing websites and a few I built especially for the test.
Mack Michaels says that he designed Millionaire Society initially for his friends and family – as a way to teach them everything he knows about Internet Marketing and he says it really does contain EVERYTHING anyone would ever need to succeed in the game, so I want to see if the course really IS suitable for anyone.
Ok, I’ve just joined Millionaire Society. What’s in it?
The first thing you’ll be aware of when you join Mack’s Millionaire Society is the content.
SO MUCH CONTENT.
The society’s interface and members only site is a veritable encyclopedia of internet marketing information. I’ve since heard it said that there’s too much content, with the truly cynical saying all the information’s there just to keep you a member until you can no longer get a refund.
This is of course nonsense. If the society really has been created as a detailed resource center covering every aspect of internet marketing, there’s got to be lots of content. Sure, to the untrained eye there seems to be a real case of information overload – but everything is very clearly laid out and marked.
What EXACTLY is in Millionaire Society?
* Mentoring – Mack’s astonishing range of quality step-by-step videos
* Skillsets – Training videos for each and every skill you’ll need in IM
* Blueprints – Very quick step-by-step guides to refer to as you go
* Rolodex – Links to useful websites (some his, some affiliate, all useful!)
* Labs – New developments – as the web changes, the course adapts
* VIP Section – exactly as it sounds – the inner circle!
I don’t think it’s too much. Take SEO (Search Engine Optimization) for example. I have a huge textbook on SEO over 700 pages long of small, single spaced text. That’s too much detail for most people. Mack has taken the essential steps within this complex subject and broken it down into readable, interesting and importantly easily actionable content. He’s done exactly the same with every part and every step in the process of niche selection, product selection, site creation, design and building, marketing, SEO, and most noticeably getting traffic.
There’s no fluff, piffle or waffle – every aspect of the process has been distilled from what could be a vast textbook into an interesting and at times eye-opening read. There’s still a helluva lot, but what’s there IS the essence.
The fact of the matter is that there are now an almost infinite number of ways to make (and lose) money on-line that any guide going into any level of detail on the majority of these methods IS going to be pretty heavy on the content.
Will Millionaire Society Make Me Rich – Quickly?
So here’s my first opinion. There’s NO WAY you’ll get the levels of traffic or business Mack states in the first seven days of following Millionaire Society – because you’ll still be reading and watching videos. For months.
…Unless that is you quickly read a few bits, watch a couple of videos, make a half-baked attempt at building a site, think you’re monetizing it, guess it’s good and then demand a refund when you make nothing in your first two weeks. If that’s you – if you’re going to do this in a half-arsed way, fail, moan and move on – as usual – DO NOT buy the course. It’s complex. It takes time
To truly get the best from the course, you do have to take a little time. Set aside some time each day and digest the content. I “watched” the videos, whilst going through the tedious task of manually building links to some of my many sites. You could leave the sound running while loading the dishwasher, or something else you have to do about the home. Paying bills? Writing checks?
You’ll soon pick up the basics and you’ll develop an idea of which parts of his methods appeal to you. There are some bits of internet marketing I love and some I couldn’t see far enough – you’ll be the same.
Having scanned the content in this way you can now zero in on the bits that matter to you. Now you’ll be starting to work through examples. You’ll be building websites – you’ll be amazed how easy it actually is. And you’ll be looking at all the ways you can monetize the living daylights out of them.
Now I’ve seen Millionaire Society get some flack for advising its members to earn money by promoting Millionaire Society. They say, or allude to it being like some tawdry pyramid selling scheme, or at best MLM. Lighten up folks, IT’S JUST AN EXAMPLE. Mack isn’t going to say promote someone else’s method is he? You can use Millionaire Society methods for any site in any niche – as I will show in my examples, using my actual money sites.
By the end of the first month you should have at least one website built, ideally you’ll have made more, given the ease of Mack’s methods.
You’ll have a decent idea as to how to find a market, find a product or service and promote it. You’ll have a flow of traffic to your website – for free – and your sites will be earning you money.
How MUCH traffic and therefore money your sites will be generating will be down to you – your choice of market or product, the effort you’ve put in and the degree to which you’ve followed the Millionaire Society methods will have quite an impact on your success – but you WILL make money.
It WON’T be instant.
You’ll want to improve though – and this is when you’ll be pleased just how much content there is on Millionaire Society. You can go into as much detail as you like and believe you, me – making money on-line is ALL about the detail.
Get stuck? Mack’s help team, (or Concierge Service I believe he calls them) are there for you if you get stuck – but – again, most if not all question’s you’ll have are covered in extensive detail in the course, it’s just a case of finding them.
What can you do, having followed Millionaire Society?
The truth of the matter is, you can turn the process to any website on any subject, in any niche, for any market in any country, so the question should be more what can’t you do?
Well, you can’t make millions in a week or even a month, unless you already have money, decent websites and established knowledge of internet marketing. You can’t just click a few buttons, write a hundred words and that’s you done – instant web-millions. I’ve been in IM for two years and am already doing fairly well – so I hit the ground running with Millionaire Society, but most people buying the course are likely to be new to internet marketing. It will work, just gradually, so stick with it!
Millionaire Society, as a fake newbie
I’ve simulated being new to it. I’ve ignored what I’ve learned and I’ve thrown away all my tools. New method, new site, new me – and that’s what I’m going to go into now. Using Millionaire Society as a newbie. (THEN, I’ll go into how I used it with my existing sites)
First up I speed read through most of the introductory material and watched a number of videos. Because I’ve been in the business a while already I knew some of the techniques, but as always Mack was putting an interesting slant on them. (Forgetting I was being a newbie I spotted a brand new technique that I’ve never heard of and I knew that was an extra high-five figure addition on my yearly income, so ker-ching the program had already paid for itself but I’m a newbie, so shush.)
He was covering the basics in an interesting, entertaining and simple way. Following his instructions to the letter, I had a new domain purchased (he called it a vanity domain) within an hour and within two I had a website.
By hour three, Google had found my site and by the end of the day all it’s pages were indexed. That was fast, believe me.
Day two and I had products for sale on my website. One was Mack’s and another was the work of a good friend of mine. I checked my website statistics and I’d had 37 visitors. 37 visitors to a day old site. That was unusually high considering the little work I’d done.
Day three I’d made a sale. It was only for $14.45 but had already covered the $9.00 I’d spent on a domain, plus a months unlimited web hosting. I also started doing something I’d never done before and that was outsourcing.
I spent $5 on the services of a nice chap who made my site known to lots of people.
That $5 got me 347 visitors to my site the next day, 521 the day after and made me 8 sales. I was averaging one sale per 100 visitors and sure enough looking at my statistics 1 in 10 was clicking to the sales page and 1 in 10 of them was buying – so 1 in 100.
This was fairly good and broadly comparable to my better converting sites (which of course I don’t have, being a newbie), so I was happy. The fact that these sales were monthly recurring only made me happier. My 5 day old site was making between $45 and $60 a day. It took me probably six hours of work to build and write some content for and I already had what I’d call a productive site.
Maybe I’d been lucky, so I set up another site using the Millionaire Society method, I did this one a little quicker as I copied a lot from my first site, got it indexed within 24hrs and paid my man another Fiver(r!) for some more traffic. I also used another $5 trick (this outsourcing was fun) that was completely new to me.
Different offers, lower conversion rates, horrible landing pages but after a week, site two was earning me $10-$30 a day, giving my two sites an average income of $55 – $90 a day, from 10 hrs total actual work.
Next, I added to the SEO of my sites to get them to rank better for free. My better earning site was pretty competitive, so SEO was going to be harder than average and take longer than my trial, but my lesser site should be a piece of pie and sure enough a week later I was position 10 on page one for my main keyphrase.
I vowed to keep acting as a new internet marketer and not to veer from the course in Millionaire Society, so at this point I DIDN’T do something I normally would, and called upon Mack Michaels’ trump card. I spent another $18 and procured the services of another outsource company. Something that would normally take me 20 hours or so was done in seconds – and done better than I ever could!
(sorry if I’m being vague here, but it’s a key point in Millionaire Society and something other so called Gurus don’t seem to do)
By the end of month one, I had made $2169 and spent $311 including my Millionaire Society fee. That’s a 900% return on investment – entirely from following Millionaire Society to the letter.