I purchased Aidan Corkery’s Instant Buyer Traffic today and in this review, I’m going to “expose” the method he is using to generate sales and if it actually works.
So does Instant Buyer Traffic actually work?
Well yeah, but it’s not exactly instantaneous like the title of the program says. There’s actually a few catches you need to know about and they really pertain to the strategy itself and your level of expertise in making money online. If it’s little, I would probably not recommend this program to you, and if it is, you may very well be able to succeed with it.
Let me give you a quick summary of Instant Buyer Traffic:
Name: Instant Buyer Traffic by Aidan Corkery.
Price: $14.95, with 3-4 up-sells.
What does it teach?
Overall, you learn to find people on Facebook that have purchased products from places like JVZoo, and Warrior Plus, then you befriend them, in masses, and do Facebook live events afterwards to only these people, in which you’ll sell to them other products from JVZoo and Warrior Plus, and/or collect an email list and then sell to them later.
There’s also training on doing webinars for these folks.
In short, if it isn’t already clear, the people you befriend on FB that have purchased internet marketing products are the “instant buyer traffic”.
Overall Rating: 5 out of 10 stars.
This is one of the few products I’ve purchased on Warrior Plus that’s actually good in both the training content and the actual way it teaches to make money online. It’s not a method for everyone, but it can work, although it’s not as quick as advertised in my opinion…
Recommended? Only if you are an intermediately successful online marketer. This is really who this strategy would work best for.
Otherwise, you need a more solid program that works for ANY level of online marketer and this is it:
Ok, let me “expose” the details of Instant Buyer Traffic:
I just explained the concept above, but in this section, I want to give you more details on this method. In internet marketing, there’s different levels of “buyers”.
- Cold: They won’t purchase anything from you.
- Warm: They are open to purchasing from you.
- HOT: They are READY to purchase from you.
With this program, you are finding the HOT buyers, and those are classified as the easiest sales and yes, I will weigh in here and say that it is true that you want this class of people. I have to say, I agree with targeting these particular audiences because YES, they are the ones most likely to buy and I personally call them laser targeted traffic (audiences), but my methods of marketing to them is a little bit different.
But these classes of people are NOT easy to find. I’ve been doing online marketing for MANY years and most of the time, I’ll find the WARM audiences and turn as many of those prospects into HOT categories.
I’ve rarely found the HOT ones, but when I have, it’s resulted in me making the most money I ever have in my online marketing career and I actually have a case study to explain this.
Aidan also recognizes this difficulty so his method of finding the hot audiences is through Facebook groups, specifically internet marketing groups, famous internet marketers and then seeing who their friends are, adding them to your friends list, and slowly building up their trust to eventually pitch them a product to sell.
Aidan provides a step-by-step formula to go from befriending a potential prospect, to making the sale with them. In the next section, I’ll go over the training in this program:
The training of Instant Buyer Traffic explained:
There are 6 modules all of which go into details about the things I just described, but this section is going to explain the step-by-step process a little bit more clearly in case you want to know more about this program:
You are told about the method, and are given 2 options to start:
You can use your existing FB profile, which Aidan explains is the recommended one. BUT he also covers a paranoia I personally had (which others do too) that when you start pitching internet marketing products, you DON’T want friends and family to see it.
Fortunately, there’s a way to block friends and family from seeing your promotional messages, so this problem is covered. You can move on with this step 🙂
The other option is making another FB profile, which is said to be against their terms, I didn’t get too much into this method, I believe in the first one more.
In this section, you get into the specifics of adding “buyer friends”, aka people who have purchased from JVZoo and Warrior Plus. The way you do that is you browse Facebook looking for popular internet marketing groups, famous internet marketers and fan pages of popular JVZoo and Warrior Plus products.
All you’re doing here is “weeding out” who the people are who purchased these products and considering them to be the “instant buyer traffic” you want to promote to.
The goal set here is to get 1,000 potential prospects.
Here you get a more comprehensive live step-by-step tutorial to get the second module down (basically it’s module 2, but shown in specifics).
Here you get into the preliminary steps of what you’re going to promote to the audience you attract and befriend. And there’s 6 affiliate case studies provided to showcase that this works.
And here is my $1 million dollar personal affiliate marketing report which include case studies.
Here you start to learn about how to pitch to these people you added. It’s important to note that you shouldn’t sell to them right away. Aidan explains how to warm up to them and gain their trust, and then explains how to set up a Facebook Live events and have those friends attend it, and that is where you pitch to them your offer.
The basic idea is this:
- Find internet marketing friends.
- Show them you are an authority in making money online.
- Gain their friendship, help them out, communicate with them.
- After you get their trust, invite them to attend your FB live event.
- Sell them your affiliate offer there.
It’s actually brilliant in my opinion.
But understand this: This method is NOT instant, you NEED to find the people first, get their trust and then sell to them, and this will take time.
Here you get into other ideas of how to utilize this method. Instead of directly selling affiliate offers, you can build an email list and go into more advanced things like webinars and selling stuff through those areas.
Final Rating: Instant Buyer Traffic.
5 out of 10 stars. A legit program, but more practical towards intermediate and above internet marketers. I just don’t think beginners can replicate this strategy and get good results (but if you are a beginner, I would recommend this), simply because they won’t be trusted or have the authority in the potential prospects eyes to give good advice.
My final thoughts: Will this work?
There is a good chance it can, but you have to understand that your level and knowledge of internet marketing plays a HUGE role in all of this.
Let me explain:
On my website, I also sell internet marketing products. I don’t really focus so much on social media, but what Aiden recommends and what I do are similar things:
I find buyer audiences on Google, he finds them on social media. And when we do, we essentially go about the same approach to getting sales:
We show the person/s that we are an authority in our field, that they can trust us, and then we pitch them offers.
Now the key here is…
That you NEED to be an authority to do this, that’s my takeaway from this program. I simply do not think that if you try Instant Buyer Traffic’s approach and you’re a beginner, that you will succeed.
You simply won’t have the sales knowledge or proof to show potential prospects that you are a legitimate person to take advice from on making money online. If that is where you are at right now, don’t worry:
And if you are advanced, yeah this program is WORTH trying, but I still think a safer, more long term approach is using the same program I just recommended to make sales online.
Overall, I liked Aiden’s program, it was well researched, there was proof provided of the method working and the program was well organized and explained. It’s not my #1 recommendation (you already that its Wealthy Affiliate), but it’s still a good program.