Depending on what email or link you received you could’ve ended up on many different sales pages for this Instant Email Empire.
As far as I can tell there are multiple websites promoting this system, and they all say the same general things.
That the creator of this system is an internet millionaire, and he is going to help you make thousands of dollars online.
According to the sales page, Bobby’s team has accrued an incredible email list that is growing by the hundreds of thousands every month.
They have such an incredibly large list that it supposedly takes them 13 hours just to send out one email to them all.
Apparently this is because their email service provider doesn’t have enough bandwidth to send out so many emails.
That’s where you come in.
You take a much smaller portion of their email list and send off emails earning money doing so.
They claim you’ll be able to earn your first $100 in just 10 minutes!
The prospect of earning an easy $125 per day is very attractive to some people, especially when the process will run on autopilot.
However, that is not always the case in real life – especially if you’re still a newbie in the field of online marketing.
I’m not saying that it’s impossible to earn that kind of money per day, because seasoned online marketers can earn more than that, but as a beginner, it will take you some time to achieve that.
There are no shortcuts or secret systems that can speed up the whole process, you’ll need to invest some of your time, effort and patience before you succeed.
This is the main reason why I conducted an in-depth investigation of this program, and I found several red flags that I think you should know about.
Creating an account in this program is free but their system will revolve around email marketing, so it’s essential that you have subscribers.
If you’re still new and haven’t heard about email marketing before, it’s actually a digital marketing strategy where you send commercial messages to a group of people or relevant leads that might be interested in the product or service that you are promoting.
One of the important elements of email marketing is the number of contacts you have on your list, because the more people you send your email to, the better your chances of selling your product or service.
Based on what Instant Email Empire claim on their sales page, you will be provided with 5,000 subscribers or contacts that will fill your list and you can already send them your email ads.
Actually, for the price of $34, it ’s cheap but what I don’t like about this method is the quality of the subscribers they will send you.
In my opinion, if you build your own list using a contact form in your site then you know you got high-quality subscribers who are really interested and relevant to what you offer.
However, this is not the case with this program since you don’t know the true origin of these subscribers and if these subscribers really gave them the permission to sell their contact details.
Always take into consideration that there are privacy laws that are now being enforced by authorities. If you are charged with spamming, then it might cost you thousands of dollars in fines and a civil case that comes with it.
That’s why this is a clear red flag and something you should think about when you make your final decision.
The spokesman on their sales video is NOT actually Bobby but a Fiverr actor, so he is not who he says he is.
Therefore, it is also safe to say that he is NOT a millionaire internet guru and he’s not the owner and creator of this system.
I also want to point out that there’s no reference to Bobby in their sales page, and who the real owners of this program really are.
It’s also clear that you won’t know who you are dealing with since the creators of this program are not transparent enough to share their contact details.
It’s really ironic, isn’t it?
Since the business model of the program revolves around email marketing, but the creators of this system are not interested in sharing their contact details.
I think you should take this red flag seriously, because if they are deliberately hiding the true owners of their program, then you can’t be sure if their claims and promises are real.
After you sign up for a free account, you’ll then need to pay $34 for the possibly low-quality email leads amounting to 5,000 subscribers.
However, that’s not the end of it since you will need to subscribe to “Builderall,” which will cost you for another $29 per month. Builderall is a digital marketing platform that offers several tools to help online marketers in their marketing campaigns.
Once you subscribed to Builderall, you will then be able to send out mass emails to those subscribers that they have provided.
This means you can send out multiple emails in a day to those subscribers, which I think is not a good way of doing email marketing because sending a lot of emails in a short timeframe could lead to spam. Especially if you are not sending emails with high quality that really give your subscribers value.
Another red flag I found here is the email swipes or pre-written emails that you will use in your email marketing campaigns.
These pre-written emails are all geared to promote Instant Email Empire, so in short, you paid them to become their affiliate.
If you’re not yet familiar with affiliate marketing, it is a legit business model where you promote the products and services of other people or company online.
You get paid every time your referral or leads that you funneled to their sales page buys their product. You’ll need to be an official affiliate of that company before you can receive commissions from them.
The main concern I have with this program is how they market their program as a done-for-you system that can provide you with an opportunity to easily earn a decent income online.
But in reality, you’re just paying them for low-quality subscribers and you, in turn, become their affiliate in the process, since you will promote the same system to other people.
This is another red flag that you need to consider when making your decision about this program.
Another significant red flag that I found on their site can be found at the very bottom of that same page. If you look closely at their earnings disclaimer, you will see that they cannot guarantee that you will make money using their system.
They even stated there that you “assume all risk related to investment and money based on your own discretion and at your own potential expense.”
This statement is very different from what they are saying on their sales video. In fact, they didn’t even tell you that their system contains risks that could put you in a precarious situation.
One of the risks I’m referring to is sending pre-written emails to a list that they have provided when you paid for the initial fee, which, in my opinion, could lead to spamming and you might receive several complaints due to this unethical activity.
There’s also a strong probability that you will pay unnecessary fines, which could potentially be a lot more expensive than $34.
That’s why you need to take this red flag into consideration before you decide to join this program.
Of course not. I’m here to help you understand that growing an email list is important. But there are many other opportunities to learn this marketing strategy and have it work for you.
As a ex solo provider I had the chance to have two lists. One of which was 18,000 subscribers, and the other which was 32,000.
It will help you to always build yourself a website which has sign in forms, sales pages where you get subscribers emails, and even pop up forms that help your visitors to connect in a legit way.