My Google Sniper 3.0 review

Hey everyone, Oualid here,

You’re reading my uncensored review of what I really thought about the Google Sniper 3.0 affiliate marketing program, that I’ve been using for 6 months now.

Note that this is a review though, if you are looking for Google Sniper’s official website, then click here.

Why am I writing this ? Well, as I explained in my first post, the program is making big noise in the world of online affiliate marketing. Many  affiliate marketers say it’s the best affiliate program there is online. Being involved myself in this market, I had to check for myself what George Brown’s system was all about because I usually don’t take a word for it. There weren’t any interesting or even unbiased reviews around so I decided to use the program to see if it really worked, and write a quality review myself. The purpose of this review is to help any of you who are thinking about subscribing to Google Sniper and are struggling to find a real review about it. And if you’re even remotely interested in making money online, I really suggest you go through it.

What is Google Sniper 3.0 and how does it work ?

The Google Sniper system is certainly not a “get rich quick scheme” like you can find hundreds on the internet when you’re looking to make money online. Anything that claims it is going to make you thousands of dollars by installing software and pushing a button is openly lying to you and is most certainly a scam.

Google Sniper 3.0 is a real affiliate marketing program with a lot of quality content and has been conceived for those who are ready to put in some acceptable time and effort to build a sustainable online income stream. It has been completely updated and revised for 2015 since the last version was getting outdated due to Google’s algorithm changes.

Basically, the program teaches you to build affiliate sites as an affiliate marketer in order to sell existing products and get commissions for it. I find this business model very interesting in the sense that, on the contrary to e-commerce web sites, you have absolutely no inventory, shipping or customer service to deal with. George Brown recommends to use Word Press to build your affiliate sites because it is very easy and because it considerably helps your sites’ ranking in Google.

The Google Sniper 3.0 affiliate program focuses deeply on digital products like e-books, most of which can be found on a global retail platform called Click Bank. The commissions on your sales for this kind of products can go as high as 75% of the selling price depending on what product you decide to promote, and you have nothing to bring to the business except for your time and your willingness to build a success story online.

More than building affiliate sites, Google Sniper 3.0 teaches you how to make them profitable in the highly competitive market of affiliate marketing. It teaches you all about selecting the right niche and the right product, creating a simple site about it, and getting it ranked high in the search engine results and particularly Google. Once your affiliate site has ranked, George Brown shows you how to get maximum conversions, which means increasing the chance of getting people buying the product you’re promoting after they clicked your affiliate link. Always head back to the facts : money online = traffic + conversions. The Google Sniper 3.0 program walks you through the whole process in a very understandable and effective way. As you can imagine I’ve gone through it myself from top to bottom and I’m not smarter than you.

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What do you get when you subscribe to Google Sniper 3.0 ?

When you subscribe to the affiliate marketing program, George Brown gives you access to a brand new online members area, updated from the second opus of the program. The members area gives you direct access to written content and video content (many, many video content).

As you can see on the preview below, the interface is well presented and user-friendly.

Here is the most important part of the members area, the main Google Sniper 3.0 course :

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The Google Sniper system mainly contains :

  • A 108 pages e-book, which is a bit long but in my experience easy to go through : it is a real step-by-step tutorial to build, publish, and rank your affiliate sites. Not too much theoretical content there but enough to understand the guidelines of the affiliate marketing process
  • 7 video modules in which George Brown shows you, over the shoulder and step by step, how to implement his strategies, which I found very helpful because it is much more VISUAL and PRACTICAL
  • The Bulletproofing module, an additional course with written and video content, giving you the tools to ensure that nothing gets in the way of ranking your affiliate sites on the first page of Google, which is the only way of making good money online
  • The Empire module, an advanced video training that teaches you how to outsource your site building process when you reach the point where you need to take your online income to the next level.

From what I’ve seen, you have done 90% of the work that needs to be done if you only use the main e-book and the 7 video modules. They take you by the hand, showing you an easy process to profit from the multi-billion dollar market of affiliate marketing. The main course is very newbie-friendly and suitable for advanced affiliate marketers as well.

The members area contains an additional training called Sniper X. It offers advanced video content and gives you access to George Brown’s one on one live coaching webinars. You only get a free trial access for Sniper X when you purchase the main course. There is a monthly fee involved if you wish to keep your Sniper X membership later on.

Google Sniper 3.0 : strengths and weaknesses

Strengths :

  • A lot of interesting content, including many tutorial videos if you don’t want to bother reading too much (but I would take the e-book seriously if I were you…)
  • An online members area that you can access from everywhere, with an online support from George Brown and his team
  • A fair price, 47$, not much of a sacrifice if you look at this course like a potentially life changing opportunity, which is the only way it’s going to work for you
  • A 60 days get your money back policy if you’re not happy with the product, no questions asked, so at the end you have nothing to loose giving it a shot
  • The refund rate of this affiliate marketing course if one of the lowest on Click Bank, which means there is a genuine and sustainable customer satisfaction about it
  • Once published and optimized to generate traffic and conversion, your affiliate sites run on autopilot and so does your income stream
  • Any person can benefit from this affiliate marketing course, even if he or she never heard about affiliate marketing before

Weaknesses :

  • The Google Sniper program requires patience and dedication, it doesn’t make money over night. But is it really a weakness ? I prefer to think of it as a realistic warning flag
  • The process contains many steps, which might be overwhelming for some. You might not get the results you except if you do not apply yourself to implement the strategies exactly as George Brown shows you

My recommendation 

Does Google Sniper work ? Yes, it definitely does. I have to tell you, I was surprised by the quality of George Brown’s affiliate program when some unscrupulous websites were describing it as a scam. The only reason they do that is to try selling you their own product, which says a lot about their honesty.

Google Sniper is nothing of a scam and I have to say I really liked it. I learned many things about the internet I didn’t know a thing about before, and I personally recommend you give it a shot. I personally purchased Google Sniper 3.0 to use it myself and to offer you a quality review about it, and from what I’ve started to experiment, it really has the potential to make you good money online. It only takes 3 to 6 hours to build an affiliate site depending on your previous experience, and each one of this campaigns has the potential to generate a income between 300 and 600$ a month, sometimes 1 000$ when you hit a niche with little competition and write quality content about it. I can tell, my first sites are doing pretty well !

To me, Google Sniper 3.0 is the best approach if you are looking to learn affiliate marketing and you are ready to give it some time to generate a long term online income stream. If you feel the program doesn’t work for you in a 2 months period and you’re fed up trying, you can always request your 47$ back, but I honestly don’t think that will happen.

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How to find a profitable opportunity with Google Sniper 3.0

The sites you will be building with Google Sniper 3.0 are based on what is commonly called a keyword.

A keyword is a word or phrase people type in Google when they’re looking for something on the internet. There are two categories of keywords : short-tail keywords (1-3 words) and long-tail keywords (> 3 words). Short-tail keywords get a lot more searches per month on Google, which means a lot more people are using them to find what they’re looking for. As a consequence, there are often millions of pages in the search results for those keywords, which means they are very competitive and it might be difficult to get your site ranked for such a keyword without doing any Search Engine Optimization. But Google Sniper 3.0 is not about short-tail keywords.

George’s brown affiliate marketing training teaches you how to build “sniper sites” that have the most chances of getting ranked well in Google’s search results without doing much SEO, or at least off-page SEO. For that reason, it is important to understand two things :

  1. A sniper site focuses almost exclusively on a single keyword ; that way, it gives the site a very narrow, but razor sharp focus and a highly targeted traffic. The only people visiting your website will be those that are looking for exactly what you have to offer
  2. Long-tail keywords are far less competitive than short-tail keywords, and by focusing your site on such a keyword you will have more chances of getting the ranking you are looking for on Google (obviously page 1 in the search results)

With that in mind, there are other criteria to take into account when choosing a keyword. Choosing a good keyword for your affiliate site is the most important part of the Google Sniper process : if you don’t get this part right, you’ve limited the profitability of your site or worse, set it up to make no money at all before even getting started.

The keyword we are looking for must come from a niche we can monetize, and the keyword itself must be monetizable. Let me explain. If you choose a keyword from a niche in which there is nothing to sell, you won’t make any money online even if you get your site on page 1. For example, if your keyword is in the cannabis niche, there is hardly any chance you will find something to promote on your sniper site. So you want to make sure you find at least a good product to promote that matches your keyword, which the Google Sniper system teaches you to do too.

But a monetizable niche isn’t enough. Your keyword has to be too. When you’re looking for a keyword in the niche you’re interested in and you think you finally found one that is long-tail, ask yourself one fundamental question : When I type my keyword in Google, am I in a position to buy something ? Let me take another example : if I’m typing “how to make a bong”, I’m obviously not looking to buy anything since I’m looking for a way to make a bong at home, for free. But if I’m typing “how to get a six pack fast”, I’m very much more in a position to buy something : a guide that describes the right work out and diet that I need to follow if I want to get a six pack fast, proteins, etc. See the difference ?

Once you’ve found a long-tail monetizable keyword in a monetizable niche, you need to check if the keyword generates enough traffic on Google so that you can make money out of it, and you have to check if the level of competition on that keyword is acceptable. And to do that, Google Sniper 3.0 teaches you a whole bunch of techniques and criteria to respect when you’re doing your keyword selection process, and much more. If you want to learn how to do it step by step, as well as build your first sniper site and get it ranked on Google, click here and watch George Brown’s video.

 

How much can you earn online using Google Sniper 3.0 ?

The affiliate sites you will be building with George Brown’s affiliate marketing strategy Google Sniper 3.0 are based on a main keyword, that you rigorously choose once you picked the niche market you are going in and the product you are promoting. Let’s make some conservative estimates to see how much you can earn from a single affiliate site you built using the Google Sniper system.

Let’s say the average site’s main keyword gets 5 000 searches a month on Google, which is a criteria you can actually use to select this keyword. And let’s say you rank fairly high up on page one and 30% of those visitors visit your web site. That’s 1 500 visitors a month. Now let’s assume that you also get 500 visitors a month for variations of that main keyword and the associated keywords, which is something that usually happens on Google.

If you assume that 1% of the visitors that come to your site (you’ll probably see closer to a 2-3% conversion rate) actually click your affiliate link and buy the product in question : 1% of 2 000 visitors = 20 buyers.

And if we say that you earn a pretty average commission of $30 per sale for a Click Bank product, that means that the SINGLE, “4 hours to make” affiliate site will make you $600 a month, every month for the foreseeable future.

If every site made $600 a month – some will make more and some will make less – you’d only need 17 of these affiliate sites to make $10 000 a month or $120,000 a year, for more or less 70 hours of work.

That’s a six-figure salary ! Click here to get started


 

Who is the creator of the Google Sniper affiliate marketing training ?

 George BrownThe inventor of Google Sniper 3.0 is George Brown, a young affiliate marketer who became a millionaire in a few years using and scaling the same exact strategies he presents in his affilate marketing training. One day in 2010, George Brown decided to share his strategies in an  affiliate marketing forum to investigate what his fellow marketers would think about them. His methods draw so much attention in so little time that he decided to make a program out of it and share it with the whole world, so that more and more people could benefit from it. Google Sniper was born, and it went viral : in a few months only, it became one of Click Bank’s best selling products.

Since the first launch of Google Sniper in 2009, George Brown updated the affiliate program 2 times in order to adapt his strategies to the search engines’ changes and make them more powerfull : the latest version is Google Sniper 3.0. In the meantime, the genius affiliate marketer claims to have helped thousands of people to learn affiliate marketing and create a passive income stream online, sometimes good enough to even quit their 9-5 job. Who doesn’t dream of leaving the rat race, making a living from home and spending more time doing things that really matter to them ?


Google Sniper 3.0 : let the investigation begin

Hi everyone, Oualid here,

If you’re reading this post it obviously means you heard about Google Sniper 3.0, but why does this program make such big noise on the internet ? I am passionate about internet marketing and every, I mean EVERY affiliate marketer I know is talking about George Brown’s affiliate marketing training and claiming to make good money online using it. Who is this guy who has become, in a few years, a very young millionaire and one of the most notorious names in the world of affiliate marketing ?

Obviously I had to understand for myself what Google Sniper can do, so I visited George Brown’s official page and I suscribed to the latest version of his affiliate program, the third opus. The 47$ he asks appeared to me as an acceptable cost to get even the slightest chance of taking my online income to the next level, and also give you my personal and unbiased Google Sniper 3.0 review. As I am writing this post, I have been using the program for 6 months now, and I have to say it’s been worth the shot. I know you can’t wait to hear what I have to say about it ! Does Google Sniper work or is it some kind of scam like there are too many on the internet ? Should you get it if you are looking to learn affiliate marketing ? As a user of Google Sniper 3.0, I will answer all those questions for you. Stay tuned for my next posts.