In this Digital Altitude Review, you’re going to learn exactly what’s labeled in the title. Jesus, sometimes i hate SEO rules. They make you add the main title in the first sentence of every blog post so i can “rank on the first page of Google” for my shitty little blog post. If this is the first review you’ve read about Digital Altitude, I’m sorry I’m not sorry. Basically, “mlm reviews” these days are click bait that are polar opposite
opinions that are complete shit. On one mangled hand you have a twat who has a blog post saying it’s the best thing since wifi, and the other guy is a whiney little weener who says it’s a scam and that you should join his “legit” business.
Digital Altitude Review- Mlm is all the same shit
I have a lot to cover before I even go into the review.. this goes out to everyone who is searching for the shiniest network marketing business that’s gonna make them crazy cash.
MLM 101… you’ve been here before…
You hear about the business such as Digital Altitude Apex. You listen or watch some kind of sales video. It massages all the dopamine that’s vigorously running through your veins and gives you all kinds of warm fuzzies of hope. Then, you’re going to have to join the business at the entry fee cost. In this case, joining Digital Altitude costs $27 if you’re not counting the dollar trial.
Digital Altitude Review – Just making this head line for SEO reasons
Digital Altitude, just like 99% of other online network marketing businesses, have it set where you get paid what you pay.
For example, if your monthly fees for two products are $100, it’s likely you’re going to be able to earn up to $100 for every person that you’re able to sign up.
Digital Altitude Apex has is set up where the more money you spend… cough.. invest.. the more you’re able to earn and also the more you’re able to learn.
Making money online is a hell of a fucked up “Give Your Self MLM Goosebumps.” There is absolutely no guarantee for any success.
It’s also a Jupiter equator circumference of a mind wrap to get your head around how easy it is to make cash money with the business. Looks huge, but so god damned simple.
They teach you weird ass tactics such as email marketing. You can find people who have 100,000 email contacts who are all “interested in making money online.” You can pay this guy $xxx.xx to send an email to his entire list about YOUR digital altitude business. Hopefully they will like your well thought out email, click your link, sign up for your email list, and sign up under you.
Depending on which level you’re on, dictates the amount of money you’re able to make per customer. Honestly, it’s pretty damned confounding with all their levels and the levels within levels. If you do a search for “digital altitude scam” you’ll find plenty of whiney weeners who have already done the research themselves that will tell you plenty of info on all the details. But just to let you know, the range is from $27 up to $28k
You pay what you wanna make.
That about wraps it up for this Digital Altitude Review. Thanks for reading and hope you had a Merry Christmas.