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The key to arbitrage is buying low and selling higher – but it won’t work unless you get your offers in front of the right people. That’s what ArbiCash is all about. It focuses on how to use Native Ads to get your offers noticed.
Native ads are those little articles often at the bottom of well-known companies’ webpages. They look like articles and tempt you into finding out more about a topic you might be interested but if you click on them they will take you to a webpage article which is essentially advertising something.
Native ads work well because of ‘banner blindness’ which is the fact that we no longer look at or click on banner ads in the same way as we used to. People don’t just want an ad, they want information. If you can offer them information while at the same time providing a service (ie a product that meets their needs) your much more likely to create a customer. ArbiCash takes advantage of this. It teaches you how to drive huge numbers of page views just from a single visitor whilst maximising ad placement for better click through rates. You’ll also learn in ArbiCash how to create the right kind of content that will work in this sort of setting and how to maximise your click through rate.
The beauty of this system is that you are targeting people who are already interested, in other words ArbiCash is designed at meeting the needs of a warm target audience which means they are more likely to respond positively to your offers and buy from you.
The ArbiCash course also shows you how to scale up and this is based on the experience of the course creators.
The background to ArbiCash is that a client approached Kevin Hunt, one of the cerators, asking for advice on an Arbitrage business he was thinking of buying for $300k. Instead of buying this, however, between them they created a replica of that system – the foundartion for ArbiCash. In the first month, they produced a net profit of $10k and by the 4th month this had been scaled up to $48k. Not a bad return and certainly better than forking out that $300k for someone else’s business.
Paul Counts is a great product developer and I’ve never had anything bad from him before. At $37 this isn’t the cheapest product, but it seems well worth the price if your serious about developing your own business around a proven and very successful business model.
There are also 3 upsells after the main product. These provide you with even more opportunity for raking in cash, but in terms of the main product they’re not necessary for you to succeed.
And don’t forget, I’ll be adding my own bonus package to this. I’m not going to throw in a few cheap plr’s either. I’m going to give you a solid package that will complement ArbiCash and help you succeed even more easily.