There, you’ll see him raving about how he found the virtual job that completely changed his life! And because it’s a remote job, he can work from anyplace she wants. What’s more impressive is that he earns $8,000 per month while just working 30-60 minutes per day. Wow! Do you want to learn from him and copy him? Who wouldn’t right?
And did I mention that you don’t need to have any experience or even a college degree? I guess we are getting really close to getting that six-figure-per-year online side hustle soon.
“Now, I’m not gonna blow smoke up your butt and say that you’re gonna become a millionaire overnight,” he backtracks a little. “This is not some get rich quick scheme. But it can be pretty fast if you implement what you learn.
It only took me about a month to land my online job,” he continues, before repeating himself a few more times and urging you to click the button and sign up for his free, step-by-step training.
So I gave it the benefit of the doubt and signed up. I don’t know about you, but I was annoyed when the program started. There’s this uneasy feeling that the webinar will be a huge waste of time, and boy I was right. One of my pet peeves about people is when they spend the first 15 minutes talking about themselves and other rubbish.
Like come on, just get to the point and stop wasting our time.
Unfortunately, that is not the case. What’s strange is that he shares some background from his previous jobs throughout various parts of the webinar, and I felt it was all made up.
It somehow contained all of the reasons people have given for why they dislike their jobs. Hmm. I got the impression that he just made up these stories to get a feel for everyone in the webinar.
Then An finally shares what’s what. It’s all about remote digital marketer. This where you’ll be asking business to hire you for the job. This is someone that can put up their Facebook ads even if you don’t know what a pixel is or how to make one. Hmm.
As far as I can tell, there are a lot of jobs like that out there. But if you think about it, who would believe a normal person who has no experience in digital marketing to just fill out a ridiculous checklist and then apply for jobs?
Okay, let’s say that they do. It’s very likely that it will take them more time to do “a few minutes a day” to set up “simple Facebook ads,” as An Pei wants you to believe.
So, with that in mind, I don’t think the $4,997 price tag for his Digital Agent System is worth it to me at all. Do you have to use someone else to look for jobs and send in a resume? Of course I’m down to learn a high-paying skill like how to make money with Facebook ads. But this is not what Pei is trying to imply here.
It’s as though creating the ads themselves was an afterthought.
Isn’t it more practical to just work with a recruiter if the goal is to get hired, right? Lastly, don’t you think it’s a little odd to limit your earning potential by getting a job when you’re about to master digital marketing?
I think it would be better if you start your own business. You are your own boss here. What do you think?