Is Traffic Ultimatum a scam or the real deal?

I’ve been hearing a lot of hype about Traffic Ultimatum for the past week. Is it a scam or the real deal? I decided to try it out. Here’s my initial review.


In my quest to make money online, I have fallen victim to a few Internet marketing and ebook schemes that were completely worthless. I already knew the marketing methods, tricks, or techniques that these guys were talking about, but they made it sound like they were referring to something nobody had ever done before.

Back then, I really wanted to be able to make money online and I was naive, so I took the bait (like most newbies do) and found out for myself what a complete idiot I was to fall for those scams. After a while, I came to accept that these “mistakes” are part of the learning process and the money I wasted buying those worthless ebooks is the “tuition fee” that I have to pay to  learn the tips and tricks in Internet marketing and making money online.

George Brown who?

So over the past week, I’ve been hearing about George Brown’s Traffic Ultimatum. I didn’t know who George Brown was and, when I first visited his website (www.trafficultimatum.com) and saw his video, I was laughing my ass off because it looked so fake — he’s a kid but his voice sounds like James Earl Jones’s. I thought it was voice dubbing gone wrong. Hilarious!

Why I decided to try Traffic Ultimatum

Like I said earlier, I’ve become wary of Internet Marketing schemes like this one because of the negative experiences I had before. But I kept hearing about Traffic Ultimatum all week long. So I decided to take a closer look at George Brown’s website.

At $197, Traffic Ultimatum is expensive. This was one of the factors that was holding me back. What if this is another scam? What if I’m not able to make money after I duplicate the methods that George Brown describes in the ebook?

Then I saw something else on the website — a 60-day money back guarantee. That means that if I am not happy with Traffic Ultimatum, I can get my money back within 60 days after my purchase.

With that 60-day money back guarantee, plus all the hype I’ve been hearing on the Internet, I decided to take the bait. This better be good, Georgie boy!

My initial impressions

At this point, things are looking great. I’ve gone over the Table of Contents of the three ebooks that are included, and they look pretty comprehensive. There are around 20 videos that I’m hoping to be full of new stuff I could use for niche marketing.

I have to admit that there are quite a few methods in Traffic Ultimatum that I have not heard before.  For example, I didn’t know that you could buy links on YouTube videos that are getting lots of hits. I didn’t think about that.

I’ve only gotten halfway through the first ebook called “The Foundation” and I’m already learning lots of new stuff (at least new to me). Stuff like finding a niche using Google Trends, Yahoo! Buzz, Amazon Bestsellers, to name a few. These are all new to me. Up until now, I’ve only been using Google AdWords Keyword Tool and Market Samurai (another great keyword research tool).

So far so good. I’m actually learning new stuff that can help me make more money online.

They say the only people who actually make money online are the people who tell other people how to make money online. I used to believe this, but things are looking up with a few new tricks I’ve learned from Traffic Ultimatum.

I’ll continue reading Traffic Ultimatum and I’ll keep you posted on what I think about it as a traffic generation system.

  1. Linda 10 years ago

    I cannot believe how hard it is to find a REAL review on these products. Everyone is trying make money throwing up these little bogus sites and offering "bonuses" So sad and scammy.

  2. Frank 10 years ago

    Do not be fooled by those traffic sellers promising thousands of hits an hour. What they really do is load up your URL in a program, along with a list of proxies. Then they run the program for a few hours. It looks like someone is on your site because your logs show visitors from thousands of different IPs. What happens in reality is your website is just pinged by the proxy, no one really sees your site. It is a waste of money.

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