Name: Internet Business Mastery.
Price: $30 a month.
Overall Rating: 6 out of 10 stars. Having gotten it and explored the program and it’s training pretty thoroughly, I can tell you all right now that place is legit. You will learn a lot if you are a beginner.
Even though I am happy to give this program a very high rating, it is still not my #1 recommendation though, and in this review I will cover what you’ll get inside Internet Business Mastery as well as why I recommend the other program more.
Recommended? Yes, but there’s also the other, better recommendation I just eluded to…
What is Internet Business Mastery?
This is a very comprehensive program on creating online businesses through PROPER niche selection. Most of the money making part of this program revolves around email marketing from the niche you choose to make a business on and later explains how to scale and build the business further through things like copy writing help (hiring freelancers for example).
The program is divided into 3 phases of learning, each of which focuses on the different stages of having an online business, from the planning, to the actions to take to make it, all the way to scaling it like I explained.
-Very detailed and organized training in most areas of the program.
-Good education on online marketing and list building for beginners.
-Lots of motivational guides and sources to really push you forward to making this work.
-Support is good, I had log in issues but they helped me out very quickly to resolve this.
-Cheap membership costs for high value training, so you get a lot for paying very little basically.
-Lots of hours of training, coaching calls (you listen to them, you don’t need to buy extra stuff) and basically lots of content to read/watch.
-Pat Flynn was one of their members. He is currently one of the most successful online marketers in the world today. He actually has his own training inside this program.
-I personally think too much of the program was focused on feel good, motivational content. I’ll explain shortly, when I get into the members area.
-I don’t think they show enough examples of how to take action with what they teach. Most of the training feels like you’re reading from a PowerPoint presentation, so with less visuals on what to do, it’s harder to actually do it in my opinion.
-Training appears to be finite meaning you have the 3 phases, their content and that’s it. It’s a lot to check out, don’t get me wrong, but compared to my #1 recommendation, it doesn’t appear to evolve as much.
-There is no option to ask questions on each lesson/phase provided. They have a FB group to join, but I’d prefer it if they had an option to comment on the specific lesson you may have a question on.
Here are the 3 phases of the program:
Note: Once you join the program and enter the members area, it is known as the “Freedom Club”.
This is what Phase 1 looks like (screenshot):
So the actual training is in the first 4 sections, while the bonus ones are said to be optional to check out. Phase 1 focuses a lot on motivation and having it happen to take action later in the training, then some of the lessons go into niche selection, which I found to be pretty good.
Frankly though in this part of the training, I found more value in the bonuses than in the main 4 lessons as I felt they were focused a bit too much on motivational stuff and not really enough on taking action, just planning to do it.
Here is what Phase 2 looks like (also a screenshot):
Just like in Phase 1, you are given 4 main lessons and 4 optional courses beneath it. In this part of the training, you get an intro into email marketing and there’s more motivational lessons. The bonuses again, at least for me were more valuable here, as they talked about specific things to help you with your email marketing once you get started. There’s also lessons on outsourcing.
Here’s what Phase 3 looks like (another screenshot):
This phase gets into the most detailed part of the whole course where they show traffic generation via FB ads and FB groups. Although much of the training here isn’t on that, it’s more on how to make a sales funnel convert and get more people to sign up to your sales funnel.
Final Rating: Internet Business Mastery.
6 out of 10 stars. While I would have liked to see some better illustrations of the strategies and less focus on motivational stuff (more actual plan of action, less stuff on how to take action in theory), I overall enjoyed this program and it is legit if you decide to try it.
My final thoughts:
Internet Business Mastery certainly stands as a legit and well above average program, compared to the many I’ve reviewed, but it still has parts which could have been better and I certainly hope moving forward that this program will update that.
5 things I hope this program will add/change to improve it:
-I hope they’ll add more training on other areas of making money online, because right now it’s limited to mainly FB ads and email marketing and the rest is motivational things.
-I hope they’ll add an option to ask questions WITHIN the lessons themselves.
-I hope they’ll provide more illustration and case studies within the lessons so people can more easily follow along.
-I hope they’ll provide more of an actual action plan, and less of this motivational stuff. Right now it feels like these things occupy more than 30% of the training and that’s too much…
-I hope they’ll add a how to on making websites and setting things up, because I didn’t see enough of that and I think this is a very important part of making all of this stuff work.
Overall, I found Internet Business Mastery pretty good, but not something I wanted to continue my membership in. 1 month was more than enough, I really didn’t see more reasons to stay.