Self proclaimed internet marketing guru’s are notoriously controversial. While one internet marketer will tell you to build or promote your site in one particular manner, along will come another with a slick web page telling you the other guy is wrong and that their new product will solve all your problems while making you incredibly rich with just once click of the button. They teach you their latest insider “secrets” which have supposedly made them the best in their field.
I’ll be honest with you – no internet marketing course has generated as prestigious a showing in the ranks of affiliate program sales as “Work From No Home”. Peng Joon currently sits as the second most popular Affiliate sales member on the ClickBank network, and the only way that happens is if a person really knows what they are doing. Peng Joon’s courses and programs are generating a very high gravity rate, meaning that many other marketers are choosing to promote this product.
Just because a product such as Work From No Home is popular among internet marketers doesn’t mean the product is any good. Think about how many gimmicks in the past have come and gone, receiving high popularity but proving to be actual duds when it comes to quality. So how good is the Work From No Home program, and is it a scam? Below, you will find an unbiased review of this product from one who has purchased the product and gone through with a “fine tooth comb” identifying the flaws, the myths, and the gems of truth.
Work From No Home Review
As an experienced internet marketer, and a business coach, I am always skeptical of new programs and new software packages which appear to promise the moon for small dollars. Getting something of great value for a small dollar seems to fly in the face of normal business models.
As a business coach who has mentored many people in small business start ups, I come to new products with the mindset of a seasoned investigator who asks the typical:
In fact, I am a former professional investigator who was often called in to investigate matters of fraud.
Who is Behind “Work From No Home”?
Peng Joon is your typical gaming junkie. Well known in the world of online gamers he is particularly gifted in mastering some of the more difficult games such as Diablo 3. What has set this young Malaysian gamer apart from many other gamers has been his drive and determination to document his gaming secrets eventually releasing them in book format.
Peng Joon has teamed up with John Chow to create a new program called Work From No Home. The sales page for this product demonstrates a web site which over the course of 29 days earns over $12,000.00.
When it comes to an over-hyped representation of Peng Joon and his expertise, the Work From No Home promotional material actually fails to do this young genius due diligence. There are no outlandish or exaggerated claims as to the background of this young man, in fact, compared to other marketers there is a refreshing humbleness. Peng Joon focuses on the product and not the typical internet marketer’s inflated presentation of their personal greatness.
What is “Work From No Home”?
Work From No Home is a training programs which takes a person through all the steps required of a website builder in a post-penguin update world. This program focuses on those who wish to make money online through their websites, but the skills being taught are transferable to any type of website be it corporate, or personal.
The basic training program offers 10 modules with each module having anywhere from 5 to 30 targeted training segments.
There are a few up sells available to those who purchase the basic product, but the stand alone basic product provides all the information required to successfully achieve the style of website taught by this program.
Where can “Work From No Home” Be Applied?
The focus of this program, as presented, applies to those who are interested in learning how to effectively market products through properly structured websites. These steps can also apply to Adsense or other advertising “cost per action” sites.
Once again, as stated earlier, while this program is designed to help those interested in making an income from the dot com industry, the techniques and practices outlined will help any other style of site whether it be of a business or personal nature.
It’s important to remember, this program teaches a person how to successfully build a website which if targeted properly will appease the Google Gods and draw traffic to the site simply due to proper structure as well as SEO practices and principles.
In today’s world, SEO requirements change every so often. The SEO tactics of 2011 will no longer work in 2012. This training program provides current, cutting edge practices based on current search engine requirements.
How Can “Work From No Home” Be Applied?
The basic concept behind this product is that it can be implemented any where a person can set up a laptop in the presence of an internet connection. It is a given that anyone with a home computer or office computer can achieve the same results. The primary video presented on the sales page presents Peng Joon on vacation working this program with nothing but a laptop and various remote internet connections.
Why “Work From No Home”?
Why would a person want this program?
Many training programs have come and gone over the years. Some have had great value, others have had minimal value, and most have been a re-hash of what someone else has already said. All of these programs have one thing in common – they are out-dated.
Any programs designed and launched prior to April of 2012 were designed for an internet world pre-Penguin update. Google’s Panda update rocked the internet world, and once again in the Spring of 2012, following on the coat tails of the Panda Update, Google launched the Penguin update. Thousands of sites which prior to the update had held firm top 10 placements in the Google rankings were suddenly cast to the dungeonous darkness of search engine page 7, 8, 9, 10 or worse. Sudden downgrades in rankings quickly cast sites into the internet world of the unseen.
Work from No Home is one of the very few programs which trains people on how to properly build websites based on the current requirements of search engines so top rankings can be properly achieved. When top rankings are achieved, there is a natural organic flow of traffic to the site. If a site is built properly then traffic turns into conversions, otherwise known as income.
Every product has it’s share of weaknesses, and Peng Joon’s program is no different in that sense.
It would have been beneficial to see a screen shot of the web page being referenced in the sales page video. All a person knows is that a web site was supposedly built and in 29 days it generated over $12,000.00 in sales. Better credibility could have been achieved if prospective customers had a chance to see the actual website being referred to.
With a training program so intense in detail, from a psychological perspective, this course would be a stronger product if a manual was made available in PDF format for downloading at home. People learn in different ways and at different speeds. It is a common problem for some young program designers to realize that the world still has some 53 year old farts like me who did not grow up playing electronic games, and due to a lack of this technological background, a course of this nature requires a bit more concentration time on my part to follow it. A readable PDF version would go a long way to help those who need that extra bit of time digesting this material. It should be stated that the course material is available online in great detail, but the buyer must log into a membership site to scroll through the documents. Again, for old farts like me, the eye strain of always looking at a computer screen is not user friendly.
Once again, a common challenge with younger people is the assumption that middle age people are completely savvy on terminology or practices. Peng Joon is a very articulate spokesperson, but even I found in small moments, there was somewhat of an assumption on his part that people would know what he means. This did not happen often, and was perhaps so minute that many would miss it, but If this is to be an unbiased critic, the point must be expressed.
Is “Work From No Home” A Scam?
From a business as well as investigative perspective, there is nothing to suggest this program is a scam. The information provided to the purchaser goes above and beyond the expectations of a seasoned program reviewer. The information provided in this program is not readily available from any other instructional program of it’s kind, and Peng Joon has provided far more value in this program than the asking price warrants.
It is the opinion of this reviewing party that “Work From No Home” is an excellent training program that will help any novice set up an income earning website business if the program is adhered to as outlined. The people who will struggle with this program will be the people who try to take short cuts, such as doing “A” and “C” while leaving out “B”. Check it out, because if you want to be successful tomorrow this is the way you MUST go today…
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