Last year, I did a review of Magic Bullet System 1.0, you can find the post here: http://nongurucpa.com/honest-reviews/why-dont-buy-the-magic-bullet-system-by-amish
Now at the time of the relaunch of Magic Bullet System 2.0, will I have a different opinion?
First thing, this time Amish corrected his guarantee problem. Last year, he gave a very vague guarantee, no timeframe mentioned. In 2.0, the first thing you will see he offers 30-day money back guarantee.
That’s some progress there.
Well, I may be ahead of myself. Let me back up and first point out some issues I need to openly discuss:
1. Wild Income Claim May Put Something Bad On Your Unconscious Mind
When someone uses his hefty income to make you feel small and then push you to buy his course, there is always something he won’t talk about. Even you can have everything he owns, it will still take you years(!) to get to the same level. It won’t shortcut the actual work (which will be overwhelming) you need to do.
You need to make quite a lot of mistakes to understand what he shares with you. You can only understand this by actually DOING the nitty-gritty work.
Trust me on this: if you think by buying the course you are on your way to a millionaire, you will be disappointed in 3 months, 6 months, 12 months, even 24 months.
After the excitement of “buying” fades, you are left with anger.
Doing is not sexy at all. Doing is not exciting at all.
What’s exciting is buying and dreaming.
This is the hard-cold psychological fact of selling.
His income is not your dream. It can only be your goal. There is usually a huge gap between your dream and your goal.
Did you notice, “My result may be unique, your result will vary”? But he still uses his income to do the sales, which, psychologically, makes you believe you buy his course, you will be like him, making over $5M a year.
Does this make sense to you?
Oh, by the way, I’m not sure if Amish’s $5Million income includes his sales of Magic Bullet System 1.0. I heard it grossed over $5M in 36 hours. Debiting the affiliate commissions, it still has $2.5 Million, I think that should be part of the income? So he only makes $2.5M from CPA and other campaigns? Anyway, just something I noticed.
2. He Missed Something in His Demo Campaign
This year Amish used a GameStop offer to show you how he has the magic to make any offer work.
I’m sorry to be the party-breaker, I just need to point out two things about this campaign:
1) GameStop is a proven offer – if you ever purchased any course from Philip Mansour, you will know he has been demonstrated this offer in his course in 2009. Philip Mansour has a course of something like Conquer Offshore, he used the exact same offer to teach CPV/PPV. I’m not sure if Amish has ever watched the videos. Anyway, my point is, this campaign is really not a creative one. I like his last year’s campaign better. That’s a genius connection.
2) In the first pre-launch video, he talked about he is building the campaigns on Google and collecting data. In later videos, he never talked about his Google data again. Does it ever work on Google? You will never know. Of course, its pretty normal to fail on Google, but I think Amish chooses to ignore this Google thing and he may hope all the watches forget about it too. I believe most people do forget.
3. The Software – Ugggh, A Big Concern
Honestly speaking, I was enticed by the software system. He makes it so powerful, it can track anything. I do have a little problem with tracking. I find it hard to track wordpress blogs with tracking202. I’m not sure if the software can solve my exact problem of tracking, but I do have one valid concern:
The software is hosted on their server. They will have access to everyone’s database, right?
Will they steal my profitable campaigns?
The more powerful the software is, the more scared I feel. If I really use the software, for one, I put my fate in other’s hands, for two, I will be tied to their system forever.
I’m not saying they will steal my campaigns, I just have this concern.
This is a BIG concern once you have your own profitable offers running.
Having 100% control of my business has always been my bottom line – of course, I learned this lesson after a couple of mistakes. Now, do I really want to put my bread and butter to another system that I have no control whatsoever?
Big warning sign for me.
OK, now with all the issues addressed, let’s see if the Magic Bullet System can really help you.
1. It Can Be a Massive Help to Advanced Marketers
If you are just starting out, and you don’t have a winning offer under your belt, the investment of $2997 may offset you more than helps you. I found the way to success by using free or cheap software, by using a few training courses. The only way to success is doing, testing, keep trying.
Last year I created a product (WSO), sold very well on Warrior Forum, you can grab it risk-free if you want, it only costs you $27. It’s my magic bullet system. It’s enough to help a lot of people to $200 net profit a day. As a matter of fact, it has helped me to up to $8k a day. You can find the product here.
If you are already successful, the software can help you a lot – I’m sure of that. The training will further enhance you and open your eyes – I’m sure Amish will over-deliver.
Like I said earlier, my only concern is I don’t have control over the software.
I can’t make a decision if I want to check out the software, so I can’t really help you decide either.
2. Amish Did Show A Wider Scope
In 1.0, Amish focuses intensively on CPA or at best affiliate marketing. In 2.0, he expands to lead generation and his own products. I think that’s a real secret worth noting – you should have your own products. That’s what I did in 2010. After I created my own products, my income becomes steady, no more roller-coaster income.
If you want to make a full-time living on the Internet, you need to have your own products – virtual or physical. It’s a way to diversify your income.
Well, I have explained the good and bad, now it’s your decision to buy the course or not.