Should you buy Googlix?
Short answer: NO.
Why You Should Avoid Googlix
Crazy Levels of Marketing Hype
Let’s look at what Googlix says:
Make money for searching on Google. Right. No. It’s nothing like that.
What Googlix provides is a platform that provides a few lackluster tools to promote affiliate offers using someone else’s link. You’re paying for the privilege of trying to generate affiliate commissions for someone else, and when you do, you get a part of that commission. Does this sound like a good deal?
Basically nonexistent training. The training videos are just vague overviews with no real direction or cohesion. It’s pretty much someone saying “This is over here, and that is over there.” It’s useless.
There is no real guide explaining the system. It assumes that you either already know things, or that you have your own resources. Remember, the sales page said it was about searching on Google. However, you need to have a social media presence and an emailing platform set up to even attempt to make sales (for someone else).
I want to keep this review brief because I don’t feel it’s worth talking about Googlix too much. I sincerely recommend you avoid this program. The marketing is overhyped to the point that it crosses into deceitful.