Market Overview Releases Review of Automated Paydays (Mentor Rob Benwell), an Internet Marketing Coaching Program


Internet Marketing has become a popular industry unto itself, largely because it offers low entry barrier for just about everyone - newbies and experience alike. Automated Paydays is one of the latest Internet Marketing coaching and education programs to hit the market, and releases its product review.

(PRWEB) January 12, 2013

Automated Paydays is a membership site - an internet marketing membership site.

It's aim is to educate the average, non-technical "newbie" on how simple it can be to get started making money with internet marketing, though not without commitment from the student.

In his Automated Paydays review, John Taggart of puts it like this: "The premise of the product is that you can't make money at the push of a button - you need to put in a little effort. I like that. Because, ladies and gentlemen, it's a fact. The fact that the Automated Payday creator would admit this is striking to me, and rare. Why? Because it's honesty, though it may be a turn off to certain people who want to hear that it is possible to 'make money online' without lifting a finger!"

Taggart continues, "There are many ways to be successful with internet marketing, but you have to implement a consistent system, which is why programs like Automated Paydays can be so valuable. They put you on the right track to make money online with the proper knowledge and proven methods, and keep you on track with ongoing coaching and personalized assistance".

Automated Paydays has been available to the public since September 24, 2012 and requires a one-time purchase (not a recurring subscription). The program had been in beta-testing for months and has met all expectations of excitement from staff and prospective users.

Click here for the Automated Paydays website and free video or HERE for the full review. is a broad-sweeping review site, where author, editor, and person of many interests John Taggart shines the limelight on products of every persuasion. John has always been a bit of a Renaissance Man and seems to have a knack for nuance, so we suggest you tune in when he profiles a product for review!

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