You may have heard of a product called Increaserr that launched recently. It caused quite a stir and got people talking. You might be wondering if Increaserr lives up to the hype and if it is worth getting. My review will talk about Increaserr, what it does, and whether I think it is worth checking out.
Increaserr is an internet marketing product by two well known vendors, Art Flair and Passab Ghosal. These were the two guys who produced a popular CPA marketing course recently called CPA Pirate (which you should check out if you are interested in CPA marketing, there is a review with some great bonuses here).
Increaserr teaches you a thorough and intelligent system for running cheap paid traffic to offers, collecting emails, hopefully getting some sales, and then following up with those who didn’t convert.
This is a sophisticated and powerful system based on techniques used by many top internet marketers.
Increaserr is for people who maybe have a bit of experience with internet marketing, and want to take things to the next level. It is not recommended for complete newbies. If you are just starting out and are not familiar with paid traffic or ad retargeting, then I would not recommend Increaserr.
If you are more intermediate level and have some experience running ads and promoting products, then Increaserr is perfect for you. Especially if, like me, you are a bit new to retargeting and want to learn more about this subject.
Increaserr teaches you how to setup and run a profitable campaign based around an affiliate offer. Though I suppose it would also work perfectly well for your own offer.
Without giving too much away, the strategy involves solo ads, squeeze and bonus pages, and multiple types of ad retargeting to capture people who landed on your pages but didn’t convert.
I really liked Increaserr, since it has a lot of useful and powerful content. This isn’t one of those courses that promises a lot but only has 20 minutes of videos. No way.
Increaserr has around 20 video modules, each of which is five to ten minutes. So there’s plenty of actionable content here for internet marketers.
There are lots of good tidbits in here that I wasn’t expecting to find too, like how to do good bonus pages and best practices for squeeze pages. Some of this material I knew but some I didn’t. And it’s nice since these topics aren’t really the focus of the course, but they threw it in anyway. Instead of making you pay more for an extra module or case study or something.
There aren’t many drawbacks to Increaserr. It’s a really solid and powerful system. As I said, it is not really beginner friendly. There is a bit of technical setup here to get all the pieces working together. And if you’re brand new, this is not the course for you.
Another drawback is that this course focuses heavily on paid traffic.
Personally, I don’t really have a problem with that. I use both free and paid traffic and understand the advantages and disadvantages of each.
I think that any serious internet marketer should use and understand both types of traffic. But if you are terrified of paid traffic or never want to go near it, then this might not be the course for you.
Overall, I was really impressed with Increaserr. This is a solid and powerful system based on some of the “best practices” used by internet marketers.
I think if you took a peek inside the workshops of the top vendors and affiliates, they would be using a system very similar or almost identical to the one in Increaserr to promote products. And that’s because it works! These guys are making up to $1092 per day with the techniques taught in Increaserr. So you probably want to get on board!
I actually would say Increaserr is one of the best internet marketing training products to come out since the Lost Code. And that’s saying something.