The Truth About National Wealth Center Rotators…

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Not a day goes by that I do not receive an email from someone asking me about some type of rotator system for the National Wealth Center program Or someone is telling me how they were completely burned and scammed by some type of ‘rotator’ system.

Unfortunately as an opportunity like National Wealth Center grows in popularity, marketers will create all kinds of ‘systems’ to entice prospects into joining within that ‘system’.

Due to everyone asking my honest advice I thought it would be a great idea to make a page just for this subject and give everyone the cold hard truth about these types of ‘systems’.

First of all let me clearly state that I am not talking negatively or bashing any group or marketers within the National Wealth Center program, I am giving my unbiased explanation of how a rotator REALLY works and the actual real TRUTH of what you can expect when joining or being a part of any type of ‘rotator’ marketing system. 

You are more than welcome to form your own opinions and join whatever situation you feel fits you best.

On this page I’ll discuss and explain what a ‘rotator’ is, how they function, and most importantly the truth about if these can actually give you the ‘guarantees’ and results they most always claim.

So What Is A Rotator and How Do They Work For National Wealth Center?

First off let me state that a Rotator for National Wealth Center is NOT from the company itself or endorsed by the company itself.

Rotators for the National Wealth Center program are created, put together, and managed by marketers or groups of marketers themselves within the National Wealth Center program.

A Rotator is just simply a link, that has several other links embedded within a link that simply rotates whenever a click happens on the rotator link istelf.

For instance a rotator link could contain 4 different links or 40 different links to different pages within just the 1 main rotating link, hence giving the name rotator meaning the different links rotate whenever a click happens.

Marketers have used these types of rotating links for many different marketing strategies, most of which would be to test different landing pages when promoting a product to see which one gets the best results.  I’ve used this strategy myself when promoting products and I can confidently say it is absolutely essential in testing which page performs the best, in the case of promoting a product from clickbank for example.

Now in the case of a home based business opportunity like National Wealth Center or any home based business opportunity, members links would be placed into the rotator and as clicks came into the rotator link, each members site would be visited by users clicking that link in a rotating manner.

So What is the Good and the Bad of Taking Part in a Rotator for National Wealth Center?

Here I will list the good vs. the bad (and the ugly) in taking part in one of these type of systems or being part of a rotator type of system:

The Good

  • Helps people who have no clue or ability on how to market in getting clicks to their site
  • Somewhat helps members learn some aspect of marketing in how marketing is done
  • Some rotator systems have shown to give short term small success in generating sales

The Bad

  • Rotator creators usually hide behind websites and do not put their info out there to be contacted for questions
  • Rotator systems usually make absurd income claims for members doing no work; this is lying and outright hype
  • Rotator systems bring out false sense of entitlement as the systems claim to ‘do all the work’; another lie
  • Rotator systems cause a bad environment usually in opportunities, as the rotators keep making absurd claims about guaranteed signups and sales

The Ugly

  • No one in any opportunity in a rotator system has ever made a full time income except possibly the creator of the rotator system (this is why the creators of the rotator system keep jumping from opportunity to opportunity after the ‘rotator’ is played out)
  • In a Rotator, you have NO idea where the traffic is coming from (could be fake bots opting in) or if the traffic is the least bit credible
  • In most rotator systems, you are never allowed to market your own links or brand yourself whatsoever; this is a huge and terrible mistake in online marketing
  • It is completely and mathematically impossible for any sizeable number of links within a Rotator to get reasonable and credible amount of traffic and clicks without the rotation to take forever
  • It is always much quicker, easier, and much more profitable to just buy your own traffic
  • Rotator systems are what is called ‘biz opp welfare‘ among real marketers because people who are attracted to a rotator system thinking all the work is done for them have a ‘welfare’ type of mentality and will do absolutely nothing to build their business; real marketers learn how to build great content and get their own traffic as much as they want.
  • Taking part in any system that makes false promises or promises to do all the work for you completely robs you of learning how to become a great marketer and create your own skillset to make money at will

So What Is My Personal Opinion of National Wealth Center Rotator Systems?

Again this is my personal opinion as having a very successful long term career in the industry and NEVER jumping from any opportunity to another, but taking part in anything where you can believe or think that success is going to be given to you is not only completely ignorant, but is also completely irresponsible.

As to why anyone would ever believe or think that anything would give them success without them learning and applying themselves is shocking to me, but as we know unfortunately people will fall for anything and this type of deception always give the industry a bad name to say the least.

This is much like joining a gym, wanting to lose weight and get in great shape, and then believing that someone else is going to do all the work for you and get you results…pretty crazy right?  Well this is the SAME mentality with an online business and believing or thinking a ‘system’ or a ‘rotator’ is going to get you all the success for your business!

There may be some ethical and upright type of rotator systems out there, but honestly all I’ve ever seen from these types of things are people getting hurt and scammed by the ridiculous income guarantee claims of signups and sales which are completely fake and dishonest to say the least.

There is an old saying ‘”If it’s too good to be true, then it usually is” which comes to mind, unfortunately in the internet marketing industry nothing is really regulated to the point and just about anyone can say anything to try and take your money.

I was raised with values and integrity, and that’s the way I’ve always conducted myself online.  I never lie to anyone and I honestly teach and train people on what it takes to make a large income online and train them on how to create great content and drive their own traffic as much as they want when they want for their own results.

I have trained and made great marketers who have taken my advice and training and built large teams and organizations in all kind of opportunities because they learned how to build and brand themselves and generate their own traffic, results, and sales.

This is the only thing that will set you free…becoming a great marketer (I will train you step by step) and developing your own skills and your own results.

Again, I’m not saying that all ‘systems’ are bad whatsoever, but as anything in life if you are looking at getting involved in these types of things please understand that your success will be very limited and it is very important to do your due diligence and research to make sure what you are joining is credible.

If you are tired of getting burned, tricked,  and scammed and ready to take personal responsibility for your own success and let me train you how to do things right, then go ahead and click the ‘Register Now’ button below…

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