OMG Machines Review
Name: OMG (One Man Gang) Machines
Price: Starter pack $49.00
Combo pack $179.00
Owners: Greg Morrison and Mike Long
Overall Rank: 50 out of 100
General Overview of OMG Machines.
OMG stands for One Man Gang. They use “Machines” to describe their websites that do all the work and apparently create a lot of money for the owners.
OMG teaches you how to get lots of free traffic from Google and then make money from your high ranking websites. Three of the ways you are shown in the training to make money are;
- Buy or develop your own products to sell on Amazon or sell information products.
- Optimising clients websites so that they rank higher in Search Engines, SEO for local businesses.
- Affiliate marketing/CPA”
So, it’s a coaching course delivered as ebooks which you can convert to PDF. There are online videos, but they are not downloadable so you need to be online each time you watch these.
How OMG Machines works.
The coaching shows you how to do keyword research, buy a domain name, start a wordpress website, Create content and article writing instructions. You can find out how to add authority links, internal links and youtube videos. There is ebook pages about how to get backlinks, use anchor text and create link automation and site submissions.
Where is the value in OMG machines.
The SEO ( Search Engine Optimisation) techniques that are shown will get you ranked if you follow the steps precisely. Rank is critical to get traffic to your posts and sell your product.
You will get an overview of how to source potential clients in the local market.
These methods are repeatable and once you set up one successful website or one client relationship you can then, as they say, rinse and repeat.
To be as financially successful as the owners you will need to be webmaster of many sites and a consultant to many local clients in order to pull the quoted amounts, $60,000 to $100.00 per month, shown here in the OMG earning reports.
What are the risks with OMG Machine.
In my view the main risk here is that you will be disappointed with your results and give up. It takes dedication and time to learn all of these new terms and implement them correctly.
One point that worries me about OMG Machines is the system relies heavily on other programs. We need to discuss these.
- Magic Submitter. A software program that takes your original article and ‘spins’ it into 100’s even thousands of new ‘articles’. ..which are then posted on your sites and other article directories to saturate the SERPs (search engine results pages) with your chosen keywords. Yes, it seems like a great shortcut idea.
- Problem; Google can detect ‘spinning’ and auto submitting now. They penalise offenders of what is now considered a black hat tactic. Google algorithms 2015 are in search of organic, unique and quality content, so using a ‘machine ‘ to jumble your words into new articles is like waving a red flag to google.
- Unique Article Wizard. This is a plugin that does similar work to the Magic Submitter with the added bonus of submitting ‘spun articles’ to social media platforms as well as to thousand of websites. Without it , you will be spending many hours submitting your original posts across facebook, twitter and all else.
- Problem; is spinning articles. UAW also submits articles to blogs and sites generating automatic backlinks and auto FB likes. You can see how this is artificially gaming the ranking algorithms. Long term, it produces an internet flooded with junk. As if it isn’t messy enough already, with so much outdated material!
- Squidoo Lenses. These were Mini websites focussed to capitalising on a popular tight niche (eg Lady Gaga costumes) by add links and ads to a main sales page. The Squidoo platform, originally designed to raise funds for charity, was taken over by hubspot in 2014. Not all articles at Squidoo were adopted by Hubspot.
- Problem; It is extinct.
Upsells at OMG
There is a constant stream of sales pitch in all videos and emails, mostly directed to the purchase of the intensive training for ‘No Holds Barred’. NHB was closed when I reviewed the option but the video teasers tell me it is a concentrate of how to buy products to sell on Amazon. The mentor interviews and information are interesting, but at a non refundable $6,990 I want it to be compelling and ,well, ground breaking.
- Magic Submitter $5, it is worth mentioning the 60 lesson training with that.
- Unique Article Wizard $67per month
- Unique Article Wizard Pro $99per month
- No Holds Barred full support and training $6,990.
- ‘Krakken’ Keyword research wonder tool, see Mikes video and the pricing below.
Troubleshooting at OMG Machines.
The support lines have specific availability if you need help. This can be a real problem if you live in a different time zone, like Australia! Other wise, members can access the OMG Facebook page for assistance.
Monday – 8:30 PM – 10:30 PM (EST)
Wednesday – 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM (EST)
Saturday – 2:00 PM- 4:00 PM (EST)
The owner is available through Skype in office hours to members of the NHB group.
Is OMG Machines for you?
The starter pack will get a newbie into their own wordpress website and teach you the fundamentals of internet marketing. Keep in mind, this information is available free on the internet, if you know what you are looking for.
The combo pack will head you in the direction of Article spinning and SEO and understanding keyword research plus information about selling your products on Amazon and Ebay.
If you are confident to study alone and determined to learn about how internet marketing works, this might be for you.
My Best Take Aways From The OMG Package.
To successfully sell through Amazon as a vendor or an affiliate, choose products that are Amazon best sellers across multiple categories.
This program has all the hallmarks of a good place to learn the basics of SEO, Amazon sales and affiliate marketing.
The reliance on outdated and penalised tactics, like article spinning, disturb me. Your long hours, weeks and months of learning are at risk of being wasted because google can wipe your sites off the search map due to such black hat tricks.
There is so much hustle and hype and high cost at OMG Machines, my scam alert radar is going crazy.
Also, I was confused and lost trust when Mike Long recites the Lord’s Prayer at the beginning of his videos. I’m sorry to not recommend it.
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Name: One Man Gang Machines
Owners: Greg Morrison and Mike Long
Price: $49 – $179 – $6,9990
Scam Rank: 50 out of 100
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