Can You Make Money With Carbon Copy Pro?

December 9, 2007 Posted by Walt
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Disclaimer: The following is a “paid plug” and was not written by me, but by the advertiser themselves. If you’re interested in purchasing a paid plug, please visit my advertising page.

There’s been a lot of buzz lately about Carbon Copy Pro and the brand new, completely revolutionary marketing system they’ve created.If you haven’t heard about it yet, you certainly will soon. I’m a member, and I’m going to take this opportunity to explain exactly what the deal is.

When you join Carbon Copy Pro, you’re signing up to become a high-ticket network marketer. You’ll be marketing financial education products, seminars, and services that sell for between $1,500 – $13,000 and have commissions ranging from $700 – $8,000 per sale.

When you visit the sales page, the first claim they make is "A Realistic $250k Income Potential"But is it realistic? Well….yeah…IF you can successfully sell a high-end product like that, you obviously don’t need very many sales to make that kind of money. And because these particular products also give you future passive income with every sale, you really only need 2 sales per month to be earning over $20,000 per month by the end of your first year.

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So, yeah, you can make a lot of money with network marketing. That’s why Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki recommended it in their new book. In fact, they wrote an entire chapter on why they recommend network marketing (Chapter 27).

With services like Google AdWords, it’s easy enough to find people who are looking for what you have to sell, but once you find them, then comes the hard part…how do you convince those prospects to buy what you’re selling?

Before Carbon Copy Pro, here’s what you had to do to be successful in high-ticket network marketing: Set up a website, set up an autoresponder, load the autoresponder with 7-10 messages, qualify your prospects, call your new leads, sell them over the phone if they didn’t buy online, set up a merchant account, constantly split-test your landing page, application page, upsell page, and thank-you page to increase conversions, etc etc etc. If you had any money left over, then it was time to start advertising!

What I think is really genius about Carbon Copy Pro is that it eliminates every single one of those steps. The only thing you have to do is drive traffic to their landing page. From there, their "sales machine" takes over. Customers go from low purchases all the way up to the most expensive (sometimes right away, sometimes they won’t purchase the more expensive products for a year or more). Regardless of when the sale is made, if you’re the one who sent them there in the first place, you’ll get full credit for it.

What it boils down to is this: Carbon Copy Pro has made it just as simple for you earn $700+ commissions as Clickbank made it for you to earn $20 commissions.

Unfortunately, that’s really all I’m allowed to say. I can’t go in-depth on the structure of the compensation plan, nor can I divulge exactly whose products you’re marketing. To find that out, you have to fill out an application to join.

If your application is approved, they’ll pull the curtain all the way back and give you access to the full details of the Carbon Copy Pro program (including the compensation plan). You also get phone numbers that you can call to speak with regular people who are succeeding with the system, and there’s a twice-a-week live conference call for new applicants where they go over the entire system and answer your questions. Each call will usually have around 300 people calling in, and they’re a great way to decide if the opportunity is right for you.

To answer some other questions you might have…Yes, there IS a $49 application fee (which includes a DVD and marketing workbook mailed out to you). No, not everyone is accepted. Yes, the $49 is refunded if you’re not accepted (or even if you are accepted and you later decide that it isn’t for you).

So that’s as much as I can say for now, but it’s the real deal. If you want to get in on the ground floor with Carbon Copy Pro, take the initiative to visit the website, fill out an application, talk to some people…and decide for yourself.

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Posted: December 9th, 2007 under Paid Reviews  

19 Responses to “Can You Make Money With Carbon Copy Pro?”

  1. If all it took to succeed in this business was to drive people to a landing page I might be interested. But that’s not the way mlm ever is. There’s always more to the story. YOu might find this interesting:
    http://www.affiliateconfession.com/2007/11/01/why-i-dont-do-network-marketing-or-mlm/

    • Walt says:

      Interesting post, but it refers to the old way of doing network marketing.

      I don’t know if you’re on Mike Filsaime’s email list, but he recently sent one with the subject “Network Marketing Is Dead” in which he linked to a video where he essentially said that the OLD way of doing network marketing is dead, and the future is something he termed “Net Web” marketing.

      Funny thing is..his concept of “Net Web” marketing exactly describes Carbon Copy Pro.

    • Walt says:

      Congrats on winning John’s DVD, by the way ;-)

  2. xracerx says:

    Tyler, I can understand you wanting to make money off your blog, but honestly these “paid plugs” make your site look like crap. MLM? Seriously?? Pictures of dudes with flashy cars to show that this system works? Come on!!

    And what’s with that coding ad at the beginning of every post?

    Sorry to say it, but the quality of your site seems to be suffering recently….

    • steve sway says:

      Agreed, this is really tacky and even more so the sad attempt to get us to sign up with this service using your affiliate link. Simply an attempt to generate more $ for you by shilling for some half-baked get rich quick program.

      Are you going to offer us the e-book for double what they are charging or sell us some contact info? You are really straying off the course when you venture down this road Tyler. Stick with your forums and give up on this as it only damages your image in the industry (think slimy used car salesman image). Get back to the center and focus already.

  3. Aaron says:

    Paid plugs are perhaps a little dodgy. You could maybe try being more strict with them, though it is your blog ;). I don’t really mind them as long as you don;t count that as an actual post.

  4. HahA says:

    HAHA. If I want to see this junk, I will visit the spam box of my email!

    Watch those rss subscriber numbers faaaalllll

    Stupid, stupid move Cruz

  5. Remo says:

    as you push through paid reviews and look to increase your blog income, based on previous posts you appear to be missing a major point

    Why does Shoe, Chow, Rowse etc? make big blogging $$

    why is it not there main business and more of an extra

    Im just being realistic but the title of your blog

    “An Internet Entrprenuers Journey” is misleading not that I am complaining about being misled its just you waste away some existing sites that could be so much more

    But then I live in a city and not off some island

    how can you give advice when you struggle and forget about working a 46hr week and your contest and you cant normally do a 20hr week

    Picture this – “all my sites in the morning get no traffic/drop off”

    And your plan is……………………………………………………………………………….

    If you ever wish to sell poker forums you have my email, suggest a price if interested

  6. DotDriven says:

    Tyler, if you decide to keep the paid plug maybe consider giving them a small paragraph and then use the “More” tag for the rest of their pitch. It looks kind of bad having even one of them on here but more than one and it looks like a cheesy squeeze page for multiple products.

    *no offense intended to the people doing the paid plugs :/

  7. Well its is a paid plug and it is appropriately labeled as one so I have no problems with reading it and take the info in on that basis.

  8. MEh says:

    This blog is just spam now :)

  9. If i had an extra $40 dollars to blow i might consider texting this, but i dont.

  10. Chris M says:

    I normally stay away from these systems, but I guess you wouldn’t just review something to make an extra buck?

  11. paulette says:

    For those who would like to earn money, check this out. I find this very challenging.Although the bottom line about this is you really must have startegy to sell it.

  12. mike says:

    Tyler,
    I just stumbled onto this post while looking for carboncopy reviews. I agree that a bit more info on the product would have been helpful whether you are getting paid for it or not. The review does come across like many of the other affiliate reviews out there. If you are representing the product, you may get a few more sales or believers by adding a little bit more value and being a bit more transparent or authentic.
    -Mike

PeerFly

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