So I’m guessing that you came across The Four Percent Challenge, you are interested, but you are hesitant to join because your questioning the legitimacy of it. It is The Four Percent Challenge a legitimate program that you can really make money with? Or is The Four Percent Challenge a scam that’s just going to lead you on and on with no real hope of making money?
In this review I’m going to be going over the program and giving my opinion of it. I am in no way affiliated with the program, nor do I promote it, so hopefully this review will be as unbiased as possible.
The FourPercent Challenge Review
The FourPercent Challenge it is part of the FourPercent program that was created by Vick Strizheus. Basically what it is, is a daily coaching program that provides guided video lessons every day with a focus of helping you create your online business. The goal is to get people to make $10,000 as quick as possible online.
But does this program actually work? What is the focus of the program? How much does it cost? What exactly does it teach you to do? And should you join? These are all questions I’ll be answering in the rest of this review.
But first, who exactly is Vick Strizheus? This is an important question that needs to be answered before everything else. It’s always important to look into the creator or creators of the different programs/products. In this case the man Vick Strizheus is qualified to teach what he is teaching in my opinion. He has been in the online marketing world for quite some time and has made tons of money, which is the focus of this program so I feel that I make some qualified.
A Look at “The Challenge”
There are three different levels to the challenge, level I-the $10,000, level II-the $100,000 challenge, and level III-the $1 million challenge…
Level 1 – The $10,000 Challenge
the $10,000 challenge is where everyone will start out at. This starts out as if you are a complete beginner and know nothing about online marketing or making money online general. Here you will learn everything from product selection (what you are going to sell), traffic generation, creating landing pages, setting up your autoresponder, etc.
The business model you will be learning to make money with is called affiliate marketing, which is when you promote products online and earn commissions doing so. The reason this is taught is because it is one of the easiest methods for beginners to start with because you do not need to create your own product.
The training in this challenge goes over how to drive traffic to an offer on a landing page so that you can capture their email addresses and have them on your autoresponder, where they will then get automated messages from you promoting your product. Of course there is more to it than this but that is the basic idea. Below is a diagram of how it works… So in summary, level I will teach you how to build an online business from scratch and earn money promoting other people’s products using the system shown above.
Level 2 – The $100,000 Challenge
level II is for those who have already completed level I. I’m not going to get into this much because, for one, I don’t know much about it, and two, most people reading this are probably just starting out and will start at level I.
But in a nutshell level II is focused on scaling your business. You will learn about product stacking, which I call upselling, scaling your traffic generation and so on.
Level 3 – The $1,000,000 Challenge
level III it is the highest level of the challenge. You will learn more about scaling here and what you will also learn is how to create your own revenue system, where people are paying you on a recurring basis.
The Problem I See With This
The problem that I see with this has nothing to do with whether or not you can actually make money following the challenge, but rather it is a question of whether or not people are doing to make money is ethical. This challenge has the same problem that I see with many online marketing training programs out there, like MOBE and Aspire for example.
What problem am I talking about? I am talking about how people who join this challenge will be pushed to promote the FourPercent program to other people. So you join the program wanting to make money online and then you are pushed to make money online by trying to get others to join. And of course you are doing all of this before you have even gotten good results and you really have no idea if it’s going to work for yourself.
You can make a lot of money promoting FourPercent which is why it is so enticing, along with it being right there and ready for you to promote which makes it more convenient.
People who join FourPercent will be upsold on various other online business tools necessary for conducting your business, such as ClickFunnels, Click Magick, GetResponse, BlueHost, etc, which gives you multiple streams of income to earn from… Which is considered a necessary step that is covered in the training.
The Cost of This
The price of the membership starts up one dollar for a seven-day trial, but after that it will jump up to $49 per month. But this only includes the training. You will still need all the tools necessary for running your online business.
If you want to make money promoting FourPercent then here are a few more costs that are going to come your way…
- $19/mo if you want to make money promoting FourPercent as an affiliate
- $97/mo for ClickFunnels membership
- $12-$97/mo for Click Magick
- and more…
So yes, it is more expensive and it seems. Even if you choose to go off on your own path and not promote FourPercent you will still need to buy tools such as the ones that are being promoted in this system.
How you make money from this cost
If you are promoting FourPercent you will first make money off of the membership when people join. But as they go through the system they will be pushed to buy into ClickFunnels, Click Magick, Get Response, etc as well which you will also learn affiliate commissions off of. So the price may be something that you do not like the look of at first, but this is what gives you multiple streams of income as you promote the system.
Conclusion on The FourPercent Challenge
Vic seems to have done a good job putting this system together. The training seems to be very thorough and well laid out, with easy to follow video lessons. However, I’m not quite sold on it due to the fact that it pushes members to promote the same program they just put into… FourPercent.
It is what it is. I’m not saying that it isn’t going to work or that you won’t make money with it. I just don’t really agree with this type of business model that gets people to buy in to make money online and then gets them to make money online by getting others to buy in.
Anyhow that is all I have for my review here today. I hope you enjoyed it and I hope you and a few things that will help you make a better decision of whether or not to buy into this program. Ultimately the decision is up to you.
As always, leave all of your questions and comments below and I’ll get back to you soon 🙂