Welcome to part one of my 2016 review of Tiffany Lambert’s Guide to Cashing in on Shiny New Object Syndrome. This product is why this blog was created. You see, up to now, I’ve had a problem: I love snapping up internet marketing courses. You know, those courses that teach you how to make money online with affiliate marketing, email marketing, social media, review sites, blogging…you name it.
And this coming from a lady who has been in the industry for years. That’s right…years. I won’t bore you with a repeat of my back story, but if you’re interested, you can read it here. Let’s just say, I’ve been there, done that. And while this course debuted about 4 years ago, I’m wondering if it’s still revelant now.
What I’ve learned, though, is that:
- I know what I’m doing – I know what do to, I just need to do it.
- The slightest tweak to what I’m already doing can reignite my passion for this business.
- The only way I’m going to make a full-time income online is by taking action…lots of it…and being consistent.
When I came across a recommendation for this course on a fellow blogger’s site, I was intrigued. First of all, it spoke to my
addiction interest. 😉 After all, I was one of those people constantly chasing the next new training. I don’t mind that I do that as long as I commit to implementing what works, forgetting what doesn’t, so I can create a freakin’ full-time income already!
I’m sure you sense my frustration. I’m frustrated that I have these internet marketing courses hanging out on my hard drive and I am still not where I want to be. And I’m also sure you know how that feels.
And that, dear reader, is why I figured I’d see what this training could do for me in 2016.
Believe it or not, purchasing this product was part of a larger plan to stop unconsciously purchasing products like this. I intend to preview this Guide to Cashing in on Shiny New Object Syndrome, implement it, review it, and share my results with you.
That means I have to commit to it. That means I need to stop chasing the next internet marketing trainer/guru who tells me I can go from making a few hundred a month to a few hundred a day.
And I love that this product encourages this.
Plus, I have several products just waiting to be reviewed on The Savvy Blogger – score!
Author’s Note: You’ll notice that I’m including affiliate links on this review even though I have not fully implemented it yet. This is for those of you who want to check it out now and purchase it – maybe even to join me with your own blog!
Who Is Tiffany Lambert?
Tiffany Lambert is an online marketer who has been making money online – good money – for over a decade. When I came across this product, I knew of her, but I didn’t know her personally, I was not on her list, and I did not read her blog.
Boy, was I in the dark.
Tiffany subscribes to the same philosophy I do, which is that one must overdeliver on value. This builds trust and builds a community – only then does the money come in.
If you check out her blog, you’ll see this philosophy shines through and you will discover that she goes above and beyond to help her audience, with free training, challenges, tutorials, videos, and products – she really does want to help you succeed online. She’s an amazing writer and earns a full-time income from her blog, products, and the other branches of her business.
And after checking her out a little, I had no doubt that her Guide to Cashing in on Shiny New Object Syndrome was a good value. I’m very confident in my purchase.
What to Expect From My Reviews
The reviews on this site follow the format taught in the Guide to Cashing In on Shiny New Object Syndrome.
For example, in this and every product I review, I go through the course, reviewing things like the sales page, whether or not the product delivers, the quality of the content, ease of implementation, what I like, what I don’t like, and – eventually – the results I get after implementing the product’s system.
I’ll tell you if I purchase a product or receive a complimentary copy for review. Either way, my reviews are 100% honest, transparent, and in-depth, so that I can help you decide whether or not to purchase the product.
A big part of my review is that I implement the product so that you can see what works for me and what doesn’t – right now. You’ll receive first-hand information, meaning that you can follow along with my progress in real-time…and I hope you’ll even decide to join me on my journey with your own adventure!
Now let’s get to it.
My Thoughts on The Sales Page
What I first notice about the Guide to Cashing in on Shiny New Object Syndrome sales page is that it is very easy to read, with a clean, crisp design. I truly cannot stand garish graphics splashed all over the page. This one, however, is very polished and instantly puts me at ease.
There’s no video or income screenshots that you see on many sales pages. I LOVE this! In my opinion, they’re overused and I don’t have time to listen to a sales pitch – usually I’ll pause the video (if I can) and just scan the page. The fact that my time is not being wasted here is a big plus.
Tiffany immediately targets my hot button – I purchase these “make money online” products only for them to sit unused on my hard drive. (Actually, if I’m really honest, I do give some things the old college try, but soon begin to wonder where my money is and move on to the next product promising good things.) She then addresses the danger of buying and abandoning these products – we lose money, we often waste our time, and our confidence in our ability gets warped.
I like that she empathizes with me. She gets it. And she’s telling me that I can profit from my problem?
Tell me more!
She tells me that the key to making sales is quality reviews that build trust and that this product is going to show me how to do that.
I also note that the foundation of this system is honest, authentic, thorough reviews, which appeals to me because I want to position myself as an authority and build trust with my readers.
What Exactly Am I Getting?
Next, Tiffany tells me exactly what I’m getting in this course:
- Step-by-step blog set up instruction for this system
- No keyword research
- No complicated SEO
- 10-step process you use for each review
- How to level-up down the road
Here’s what I really love: there are NO upsells! Which means I’m not going to get that feeling of dread in the pit of my stomach. You know, the one that feels like, “If I don’t get this, I won’t be able to do it right!”
There’s even information on using free options for getting started with this system. However, she does recommend investing in a couple of paid tools to look more professional. Because I know how affordable it is to start a blog, I agree.
Finally, I see that there’s a very affordable one-time fee that’s less than you’ll spend on a daily coffee for a month.
My Expectations for the Guide to Cashing in on Shiny New Object Syndrome
In a nutshell, I expect Tiffany Lambert’s Guide to Cashing in on Shiny New Object Syndrome to:
- help me profit from something I’m already doing
- get me set up with a blog quickly and easily, step-by-step
- be easy to implement
- be easy to duplicate
- help me build a community of fans
- be a launching point for building an authority site
The Order Process
The order process was a cinch.
When I clicked the buy button I was taken to the purchase page. I was asked where I wanted my purchase sent and I had the option to pay with a card or PayPal. As promised, there was no upsell. I paid for my product and it was delivered without a hitch.
I received the 40-page PDF in just a few minutes. It was easy to download and I look forward to going through the product.
To get started with the guide and join me in cashing in on Shiny New Object Syndrome, click here.
I’d love to hear your comments and questions about part one of this review! Have you heard of Tiffany Lambert? Do you suffer from “Shiny New Object Syndrome?”
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