Name: Daily Banner Profits by Dave Johnson.
Price: $250 minimum deposit required, despite you being able to open an account for free (it’s technically not free…).
Overall Rating: 0 out of 10 stars. Aside from the many red flags I see with the sales page alone, this idea of “ad flipping” is honestly new to me, but because it’s so vaguely explained and there’s a big amount required to start up, I’m going to say no and that you should stick to money making programs that are safer and more transparent…
What is Daily Banner Profits?
I honestly first though that this was some sort of binary options scam since the video does mention depositing $250 to get started, a very common amount I see within that type of scam, but it wasn’t. No this is a whole other program with a system I’ve honestly never heard of before: A system of making money by ad flipping but before I talk about that idea…
I need to talk about Daily Banner Profit itself and it’s 5 risks…
Without a doubt, this site displays some really serious scam signs, signs that I’ve warned people about for years who seek online money making opportunities.
1) The first and most stand out issue is the get rich quick pitch.
They say you can bank $2,000 a day, that you’ll be on some Caribbean islands before you know it and make money on auto pilot and to add to it, without the need to have any experience, any training, any learning curve. Nothing but a “small” investment of $250.
As someone who has made $1,000’s a day (from other forms of online marketing), I can tell you that this concept is false. To make what I have and continue to do, I needed to learn about the system, I needed to try it, gain experience and then intelligently put it to work.
You don’t just get into a car and have it drive you on auto pilot. No, you learn about brakes, the wheel, the gears, ect… before you start to drive on your own and that is the point I want to relay…
I have never in my life seen a program that promises easy money, provides little information and ends up being legit. It’s always been a scam.
2) The second is the owner. Who is this guy?
So if you watch the sales video, you’ll know the guy’s name is Dave Johnson, but there’s never an image of that man or any credentials to prove he’s real or his stats are real. Sales figures and claims can easily be photo shopped or just copied from other sources and passed off as your own and it happens quite commonly in the internet world.
I have always told folks to stay away from mystery people who never reveal themselves and try to get your money.
3) It’s. Not. Free.
Entry into the site is, but you can’t do a single thing (except explore it) without depositing money. So no matter how the sales pitch claims you can sign up for free, the fact that you can’t really take any action without depositing money shows this is a lie.
4) This program is just an affiliate page.
What that means is that Daily Banner Profit is simply promoting another program and I know because I signed up to see what’s inside and it took me to a program called “ClickDealer”, a program I will be exploring in the near future, but let me tell you, there was very little I saw with this program that gained my trust. As a result, I decided NOT to put in a single penny.
So in short, Daily Banner Profit promotes Clickdealer and I will safely assume that Dave, the supposed owner of Daily Banner Profits earn a nice little commission for each person who joins that site through him and deposits money. It’s a nice deal, but so far, the only person I see benefiting from it is Dave.
5) What is ad flipping? Why it makes no sense…
After making money online for over 10 years (see how I do it here), I though I already knew about most of the opportunities out there, but ad flipping is honestly a new one to add to my list. But after exploring it, from what I understand, it’s a form of “making money” via buying ads and getting money for each click you get and the more clicks you get, the more profit there is.
While this sounds like an interesting idea (and I could be wrong about this method), this system honestly does NOT make sense to me.
The idea of buying ads is a simple one: You buy an ad with the intention to attract viewers/visitors/clicks/sales, it’s that simple. The more ads you buy, the more exposure you get. To take that concept and then “flip it” makes no sense to me. If an ad is making me money, why in the world would I want to sell that? And if it’s not making me money, then how unethical would it be for me to sell that too? So like I said, from the standpoint I explained this through, this concept makes no sense and the Daily Banner Profit isn’t exactly shedding light on this…
I also looked it up on Google and found no information on this form of making money. The only sites I found talking about this topic were very vague, so that didn’t help. In short, unless there is more concrete information on ad flipping, I would not get involved with it.
Final Rating: Daily Banner Profits.
0 out of 10 stars. It’s a vaguely explained, affiliate program with a mystery dude trying to get your money and that is so far all that I see in it.
My final thoughts: Safer ways to make money online.
Like I said before, I’ve made money online many different ways throughout the years. The most consistent and safe approach in my experience is either freelance writing and/or creating your own website and selling stuff on it. The latter is my personal choice and one I’ve been fully invested in for years (and earning from as well).
That whole ad flipping nonsense is something I’d stay away from. Never put your money into a program that doesn’t go through detailed steps on how it works and in the case of Daily Banner Profits, that is unfortunately the case…
Now as an alternative, if you wish to do what I do, I have a full explanation on the exact step-by-step process I go through to make a living online:
Furthermore, I’m not even going to ask you to pay for anything, the system I recommend is totally free to explore and unlike Daily Banner Profit, you actually get stuff set up (websites, content, traffic) and basically ingredients to get you going.
The same system I’m recommending to you is transparent and as I said before, I’ve made $1,000’s a day from it. But rather than go on and on…
Anyway, thanks for checking out this review of Daily Banner Profits. I’m sorry I couldn’t be more detailed in the review, but when you have such a shadowy program to figure out, you have to go with basic clues and everything I’ve learned over the years doing online marketing points to this program being a bad one…