Some of you may have heard of George (Montagu) Brown, if so then you are probably aware of his
not so ethical methods of marketing in the past.
George has a "brand-new rollout" of his Google Sniper program titled Google Sniper 3.0.
Now, before I start reviewing this new system, I want to talk about one of his last product offerings
that was titled "George Brown’s PREDATOR".
Here's a screenshot of someone leaving their thoughts about "George Brown’s PREDATOR"
on the Warrior Forum.
Yes, I know that this isn’t a review of PREDATOR, but this is the caliber of product that George Brown
has been known to release in the past.
The thing that concerns me is that there are many users that state his products have resulted in them
having accounts closed for spamming or other suspicious activities.
With the knowledge of how some of George’s previous products have went, I carefully decided to give
the Google Sniper 3.0 a whirl.
Review of Google Sniper 3.0The very first thing that I was forced to notice was the buying process. It took over 15 minutes just to
get to the product! This is because I had to navigate past 4 additional sales offers.
But the worse part about the buying process was almost being tricked into a monthly recurring payment membership of $47 a month with Google Sniper 3.0.
There is a small button on the sales page that indicated you are getting access to Sniper X but no
mention of any sort of recurring fee.
Have a look at this screenshot below.
a month. Have a look.
But if you uncheck the box and then visit the checkout, the Future Payments of $47 a month is gone.
If the Google Sniper 3.0 product is so awesome as it mentions within the sales page, then why do
they need be sneaky about the recurring monthly fee?
I made a video of me buying Google Sniper 3.0 which goes through the entire process of the upsells, downsells and revealing this little monthly fee trick. Watch the video and you’ll see exactly what I
Once I finally got through all of the up-sell attempts that Google Sniper 3.0 threw at me, I was able to
see the "meat" of my purchase.
I have to admit, the product is laid out pretty well.
As instructed by the link directly below the introduction video, I headed into the “Sniper Cash Machine Course.”
I found the first video of the Sniper Cash Machine to be a 16-minute video discussing why you should
sell the Google Sniper 3.0 training.
The remaining videos varied in length and gave you instructions on how to sell Google Sniper 3.0.
In the past, users have said that using some of George’s training had resulted in them getting accounts
banned from various email and social networks.
After watching the Sniper Cash Machine videos, I can understand why.
You are instructed to use your social profiles to blatantly advertise for Google Sniper 3.0.
While simply posting status updates on Facebook isn’t something that can get you in trouble, many of
the other things you are instructed to do (direct email friends and family and direct message friends on Facebook) are considered to be spamming and can result in account termination and possible legal actions.
You are instructed to do this because your friends, family, and co-workers may spend “potentially over $200” and they “trust you so they convert.”
Just think of how happy your boss would be to see the following “done for you Facebook status update.”
The second part of Google Sniper 3.0 is a 108 page pdf. This pdf covers basic things like setting up
a Wordpress blog, finding niches, finding keywords, etc.. but there is a major flaw to it.
As I was reading it, I couldn’t help but think it was a bit dated as many of the things I was being told
to do were typical strategies from several years ago.
Then I had the confirmation that the guide I was reading was a bit dated.
The image below was actual “proof” of the guide working and as you can see, it’s proof from quite a
Quite a bit has changed as far as internet marketing is concerned since 2009.
The other thing that really bothered me was that Google Sniper 3.0 was supposed to be fully updated.
The pdf continued to mention Google Sniper 2.0 updates.
There was a bit of a silver lining in some of the “Sniper X” training that is supposed to be current, but
most of that seemed to be roughly 6 months old as well.
There is one final area of training in Google Sniper 3.0 which is the “Google Sniper Bulletproof Manual.”
It is a 60 page pdf and video that promises up-to-date information about getting your sites to stay
I can honestly say that this is the best part of the training. It does deliver some good information, but it
still refers to Google Sniper 2.0 throughout the guide.
Does this one section justify the price of the entire product? No because you can actually also find the
same information that is in the “Bulletproof Manual” several other places online for free.
Who Is Google Sniper 3.0 For?If you are new to internet marketing and want to get a basic grasp of what internet marketing is all about, then the main guide pdf does still have some value in it. I would stay far away from the methods outlined
in the “Sniper Cash Machine” as they are borderline spam actions that can get your social accounts banned, internet cancelled or worse.
Aside from people who have no knowledge whatsoever on the basic concepts of internet marketing that
you can find on YouTube, here, and many other marketing blogs for free, I really can’t see many other people benefiting from the basic courses at Google Sniper 3.0.
Pro & Cons
- No additional upsells inside of course
- Product is easy to navigate and laid out well
- The Bulletproof Manual is fairly up-to-date and gives a decent blueprint for site development
- Methods taught in the Sniper Cash Machine course are unethical and illegal in some areas
- Too many upsells and downsells while trying to make your upfront purchase
- Deceptive hidden subscription add-on
- While there were proof elements given, many of them were dated and some were 5-years-old or older
- Some of the information in the main PDF is now dated and some suggestions that are made can actually hurt your Google rankings due to changes in the way Google ranks sites
- Asks you to sell to your friends, family, and co-workers before teaching you anything about the course
Does Google Sniper 3.0 Offer SupportGoogle Sniper 3.0 does have a support system in place in the form of email.
They state that it can take several days or a week or longer to receive answers to your questions.
They also state that they will not give any support until you have your campaigns fully setup.
This basically means you are on your own and need to rely solely on the training itself for support.
My Final Thoughts On Google Sniper 3.0The main PDF Google Sniper guide was probably a very valuable resource when it was first created,
but now serves as a great reminder of how things used to be.
While there are a few “golden nuggets” of information in the course, there really isn’t much that you
would miss by reading many of the free “What is internet marketing” e-books that are online.
The dated guide, spammy social media tactics, and the fact that you are encouraged to sell to friends,
family, and co-workers prior to having any knowledge about the product other than how much they pay
you per sale, really bothers me.
While there are some great points in the Bulletproof Manual, it is nothing that is revolutionary or ground-breaking. It certainly doesn’t justify the price for the entire course.
In short, I would have to say that you need to avoid this course, and search for some of the more
up-to-date training courses out there.
Google Sniper 3.0 vs Wealthy AffiliateWhen comparing Google Sniper 3.0 with Wealthy Affiliate, there really is no doubt that Wealthy
Affiliate is superior in all aspects of training and features.
Have a look at this comparison table.
What Is Better Than Google Sniper 3.0?If you are looking for a place that will:
- Have support available when you need it
- Not have requirements for you to ask for help
- Give you fresh, current, and updated training
- Provide live weekly training sessions
- Show you an ethical way to make money online without selling to your friends and family