Net Space Profits 3.0

Net Space Profits 3.0 by Zack Carter

So you’ve received another yet another email about a new program that is supposed to help you make money, this time it’s Net Space Profits 3.0. But can you trust it to be any better than hundreds of programs that came before? Well, I can’t tell you that but you’ve come to the right page. This is where people who have bought this product will hopefully leave their feedback and let us all know what good it is. Unlike the hundreds of spam and scam pages on Google that you’ve no doubt have seen when searching for reviews of Net Space Profits 3.0, this site is one of the very few that actually provides real user reviews.

To keep things even more organized, each product is rated on the scale of 5 (5 being the highest score, 1 being the lowest) across four different aspects – features, support, value for the money and the overall rating. That means if you see a product that has a score of 1, it’s probably no good. You may also see what the product might lack if, for instance, it has a good score for its features but a low score for its support – it might mean the product is not bad but the support is lacking and if you’re a newbie that can be a serious problem.

I would like to encourage you to bookmark this page and this site so that you can come back to see more reviews as they are added over time by real users.

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2 thoughts on “Net Space Profits 3.0”

  1. What I liked about it was it is well thought out and well constructed. What I did not like about it is the constant upsell the owners put you through. You can get in for $34, or $24 if you try to exit their sales page. Once in, you really can’t do anything until you spend another $197 for their premade web pages. Once you buy the pages, you still can’t do much of anything, unless you user their hosting company. Well, you could use another, but you would be inviting trouble. I figured sinse they hit me with two upsells —and I could feel another coming, it was time to pull out, which I did. Net Space Profits, in my view, should revise their upselling technique to becoming more upfront with their customers from first contact.. For that reason alone, I give them and their product 1 out of 5. I just know you are going to spend $600 to $800 before you make a dime.

  2. I’m going to give a very valuable tip about upsells, because I don’t want to profit off of manipulating people. I want subscribers who will come back and buy multiple things from me that they can use.

    If you want to see upfront what order of magnitude you’re looking at, first go to a search engine and type the name of the program and “JV” or “affiliate” as if you’re primarily interested in selling it. Click the link for their affiliate page. Even sign up as an affiliate if you have to – that’s free and harmless, you just get autoresponder messages about various programs. On the affiliate page, they have a graphical representation of all the upsells and downsells. They don’t say what you’re actually getting for that amount of money, but at least you can check your budget before you start going through the screens.

    None of that is to say upsells are evil. It’s a regular part of marketing. But it shouldn’t be abused and shouldn’t leave people feeling scammed.

    Here’s a second clue…some items are offered through the Warrior Forum and called WSO (Warrior Special Offers). Those have more sophisticated buyers and in the comment section for the WSO, they usually demand and receive information about the up-sells and their relationship to the initial offer functioning correctly. In a lot of cases, they compliment, but do not enable the initial product. Those are the best ones to order if you can.


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