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Google Conquest Review
Date Added: 5/14/2009     Reviewer: windychris
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Company Name: Google Conquest
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Google Conquest Description

Google Conquest is a course created by Alex Goad, known for other products such as the Google Payload and Four Tier Annihilation course. Google Conquest focuses on using blogs and free traffic strategies. Alex takes you through a step by step course that consists of videos, coaching, and tools to help you succeed.

Google Conquest Detailed Overview

Alex Goad has released many popular products in the last year. His products have focused on using a mix of PPC and black hat SEO strategies in order to become a successful affiliate. His latest offering, Google Conquest focuses on using a blog platform and long term strategies in order to get free traffic to niche blogs.

The whole course consists of many components and includes 8 training modules. The first component explains Alex’s system. He focuses on finding niche opportunities and using automatic updating blogs to profit in that market. There are tools he offers that works with his system so you’ll have to pay attention and use them to your full potential.

The second component is the Wordpress creation software. This software helps you create blogs in an instant, adds unique content to your blog on a scheduled basis, bookmarks your posts to social bookmarking sites, and grabs you backlinks so you get better rankings in the search engines.

Next is the 90-day challenge. Alex Goad provides you with his personal strategies that you can follow. He guarantees that if you follow his outline to the tee, you’ll be able to make $200 per day. This is a very bold promise here and there seems to be positive reports of the challenge from his students. There is also personal training available to guide you through the whole process.

What makes Google Conquest special is Alex’s blog network. He focuses on 3 way linking in order to high quality backlinks. This is different from reciprocal links and these links carry more value. The whole point is to use this linking system to get ranked for your keywords in Google.

There are other extras such as templates, extra videos, graphics, presells, free reports, opt-in pages, and more. To help beginners get up to speed there is a 30 day quick start guide. Intermediate level marketers, can dig through the video training or start out by going through Alex’s system via blueprints and guides.

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Google Conquest Reputation

In conclusion, Google Conquest has gotten positive reviews from customers. Members in the private forum seem to be happy with the information and Alex has success stories to prove his system works. The only thing that would take away from this package is the price. It costs $997 for the whole course, but according to Alex, it is his flagship product and his most important course. Google Conquest is great for both beginners and experienced marketers. I recommend it if you’re interested in promoting affiliate products using SEO.

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My Google Conquest Experience

Overall, I have mixed feelings about Google Conquest. Here is what was good about it:

No doubt Alex Goad is an expert in Internet marketing and he hired some really good internet marketers to do most of the training. Brian Johnson taught most of the webinars in both GC1 and GC2. He is excellent IM marketer, an expert in CEO and getting ranked by Google. He's been at it for ten years and basically taught himself how to be a success. Plus, he's a great teacher, is very patient with GC members who called in questions live, and seems to be a genuinely nice guy.

Mark Dulisse was also on the staff, and while he's been at it for only three or four years, he's really knowledgeable and a straight shooter and has been very successful. Both Brian and Mark are currently JV partners with Alex. What I really like about Mark and Brian is that they'll tell you how to make IM work. I'm a member in both of their memberships and they provide value to their subscribers.

Ben Shaffer did one of the training videos, and Ben is really good, too.

Of course, Alex really knows how to make money online and shares some of his secrets in the course.

Now, the not-so-good stuff. My complaint is with Alex. He touted how GC was going to be his main program, a "special" one, and that as members we would always have his ear. We could always use the GC resources, even after the program was over. We were led to believe it would go on for a long time, and that we would use it as the base of our blog empires. This included using the Forum and Support. He wouldn't harass us with an endless stream of affiliate offers. He wouldn't bother us with the annoying stuff.

Well, that lasted for about six months. Alex was becoming more and more scarce in GC 2. When it ended, we were all expecting it to continue. But we never heard from Alex again until he started promoting these mostly Affiliate programs. Then I started to get multiple emails from him promoting the same offers. I mean six or seven a day during the pre-sell and the launch. In other words, his initial pledge to us was B. S.

As far as Google Conquest as a "permanent" resource, the Forum is basically a ghost town now. There is no support anymore. The automated Blog Editor, which was great for a while, has all but been abandoned. Not because it wasn't a good product, which it was, but there's no Support for it. Problem is we all have our blogs, or used to, being managed by it. It's dying from neglect. But it still is usable as long as you don't need any help.

And now for the really bad stuff. I signed on as an affiliate even though I was a Newbie and sold a friend who was just starting out into GC2. That's all. I didn't have a list then and really didn't promote it like most affiliates do. But I did sell one account. Bottom line: Alex stiffed me. He never paid me my commission for it despite many, many requests directly, through the Support staff, through some of the webinar instructors. I never even got a single word of response from him. I literally had four or five people on the GC staff approach him with my situation, but for some dark reason, he wouldn't respond. The commissions were about $650 so I wasn't asking for anything more than my rightful commission. After all, he made money off me.

So that's it. I think anybody who experienced what I did would feel the same way.
 
 


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avatar   by toboyle9 on December 13, 2010 at 8:16 PM CST

 
 
 
I Got Autoblogs on Steroids

At first I am hesitant to take the course because of the heavy price. But when I read the reviews in an IM forum, I am convinced to take it. The whole course guides you through making wordpress blogs that can "live" all by themselves. I already know how to make autoblogs at first, but in this guide the techniques in finding contents is different and very easy.

Making 1 blog can only take less than 30 minutes and it can already make money right away through contextual ads and affiliate products. After 4 days of taking the course and employing the techniques, I already made more than 20 autoblogs all complete with the right arsenals (links, contents, SEO) to rank high in Google.

The link wheel strategy (which I didn't know much) works great for these blogs to rank high even in Yahoo and Bing results. Right now, I am starting to see $4 - $15 a day Adsense from these blogs and $60 - $150 a day Clickbank money!$$ It is very effective.

There is also a 90-day challenge that promised to give you a constant $200/day earning if you follow the system. I have not fully participated on this being busy with the blogs, but I see another great opportunity to even enhance my efforts and earn more.

Overall, the product is great. In a month, I have taken back the investment I have made and I am very happy that my efforts finally are giving me profits. With the help of this guide, there's no turning back right now. I highly recommend this one to all average marketers who are struggling to earn constantly.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by sheringan on December 31, 2009 at 12:40 PM CST

 
 
 
Google Conquest

Hi I have been a member of Google Conquest, I have to say that the blog colony software is awesome and does exactly what Alex said it does. I had several blogs ranked at #1, 3, 4 etc within days which is pretty amazing. The training is really good and the forum and all the guys on there go out of their way to answer questions and provide technical support. One thing you should be aware of, after the initial payment you have to commit to $97 a month to stay in Google conquest and receive training, however if at any time you cancel your $97 monthly payment you no longer have access to the Blog colony software. You can access your blogs but only in the normal way as if you had just signed up with wordpress. Hope you find this post helpful if you're making a decision to join Google Conquest.
 
 


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avatar   by ritz on June 28, 2009 at 9:38 AM CST

 
 
 
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