There are only a handful of products I plan on reviewing from now until the end of the year and this is one of them. Mainly because Tom E the product creator behind Arbitrage Sugar Daddy was the person behind Arbitrage Underdog… Which is one of the few products I promoted where I had a customer reach out to me and thank me for promoting it because it made them money. So when I saw that Tom E had another arbitrage product planned I had to take a look at it. Luckily I got early review access which I’m going to share with you in the video below:
So what is Arbitrage Sugar Daddy all about? Well two things: Arbitrage and Sugar Daddies. A Sugar Daddy is someone who pays for everything for you. And arbitrage is where you go out and have others do the work for you. Given that everyone in Internet Marketing wants both of these things it should be the perfect product. Okay, maybe you don’t want a sugar daddy, but do you want your business to pay for everything for you? I know I do. What you’re creating here is a way to make money without having to do much work. Don’t get me wrong there is work involved but you won’t be exchanging your time for money. That’s key when it comes to building an auto-pilot income.
Here’s what i mean, if you look at the case studies you will see that one person made $20,000 with this product. You may think that sounds impossible given that it’s such an inexpensive product, but that’s where you would be wrong. Most people buy things (even in IM) based on perceived value. Meaning, they want to get the most stuff for their money. But real value is much different than perceived value. The real value is the lesson you learn. You could pay $100 for a one page eBook and it could be the most valuable thing you ever read. If you went out and made $20,000 from it, that would be a 200 to 1 return.
Another way to think of it is that it doesn’t take a super fancy sales page, or a good spokesperson to make a good product, but that stuff sells. Even Arbitrage Sugar Daddy has a great sales page and perceived value. So we know that you have to deliver perceived because so many people are stuck on it. However, that’s exactly why I love products from Tom E. They deliver REAL value and the proof is in the testimonials.
Here’s the point I was getting too… if you look at the $20,000 case study you will see that it came from 2,500 jobs. Do you really think that one guy, Cisco, did all 2,500 jobs himself? No of course not! But Cisco has clearly mastered the power of leverage and that’s why he was able to take this idea and run with it! I see this all the time with my own customers, some people tell me my product is junk and won’t make them shit (excuse my language) and others tell me it was amazing and made them thousands of dollars. The difference is in the person who took action and how they went about doing it. So what Cisco did, and what you should do, is leverage the power of using virtual assistants. That’s where the true arbitrage happens and that’s where this goes from being a $10 ecourse to the best grab bag deal you’ve had in a long time.