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Our Review Of Hyper VSP Marketing System.

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Today we are going to take a look at Hyper VSP marketing system owned by Max Stiegemeier.

Whenever we see a product that promotes unlimited targeted traffic to your site then we become a little wary. We become even more wary when we notice that the product claims that you are going to get unlimited traffic without lifting a finger. Nothing screams scam more. After all, we all know that if you wish to be successful in the internet marketing world you NEED to put the work in. Let us walk through one of the most popular of these programs…Hyper VSP.

Right, let’s start with its content generation capabilities. Hyper VSP claims that it can create automatic content and post it to all sorts of accounts. It also claims that it can smart spin information to create something new. This is all well and good. In fact, it is brilliant, right? No. Of course it is not. We have yet to see spun content or automated content actually deliver sales to somebody. When people see that the content is incredibly poor then they are not going to trust the product that you are trying to promote. They will automatically think that that is poor too.

On top of this it also claims that it can boost your social media followers. Again, it may be able to do that. However, gaining social media followers is not that great if you are not putting the work in yourself. If you want social media to work for you then you MUST deliver content to targeted customers. Automatically gaining followers is not getting targeted customers. You may have people reading your content but they certainly are not going to purchase from you. In fact, if you go down this route then there is a good chance that you will have your social media account for trying to ‘game’ the system. Do you really want this? Of course you don’t.

There are a ton of features that Hyper VSP also boasts which we could dive into. However, we are going to save the time. This product appears to be nothing but a scam. Whenever a system promises to do something automatically for you like this, then you need to realize it is a scam. Anybody who is promoting it is most likely looking to get their hands on the huge commissions that the program offers. It is probably something that you should best avoid. You will get more leverage doing the work yourself.

So, should you check out Hyper VSP? Well, we seriously recommend against it. We have NEVER encountered a product of this ilk that actually works. If you really wish to throw your cash away then it would probably be more worthwhile to head outside and throw it into the first drain you could find. You will get a lot more benefit out of that. After all, at least it is fun (and mildly depressing) to watch your money float away never to return. With this system you are just going to watch it disappear out of your PayPal account.

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If you are a member or have knowledge about the Hyper VSP Marketing System please leave your comments.

Until next time,

Charles & Susan Truett

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About Charles & Susan Truett (141 Articles)
We are Charles & Susan Truett from East Tennessee in The Smoky Mountains. We have been online marketers for about ten years. We like connecting and helping folks so feel free to connect with us. Thank you for visiting.

4 Comments on Our Review Of Hyper VSP Marketing System.

  1. Thanks for the information. I guess this is one of those if it smells like a skunk it is probably a skunk. I classify this right up there with the programs that say send us your money and we will do all the work and make you rich.

  2. I admit I was taken in by the hype (appropriate!) and joined early May 2014. The system (supposibly) takes over all your marketing for up to 10 affiliate/product lists and promotes for you with out too much effort. I had some doubts but with a money back guarantee thought I had nothing to lose. Wrong! After a couple of weeks I found no hits to my tracking links So decide to call it a day well within my guaranteed 30 days refund period. I contacted support and was promised a refund within 3 to 4 days – alas no refund and despite several promises and asking to wait another 72 hours I still await my refund (some 3 weeks ago now).

  3. Diane Killion // July 30, 2014 at 3:17 pm // Reply

    Brian,

    I to have been trying to get my refund. They are not replying to my e-mails to the support department.

    I have turned this over to my Credit Card company.

    They are checking into this matter for me

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