Designed by Anik Singal, Inbox Blueprint is a series of videos that will teach users how to utilise email marketing for their business.
What is the product?
Essentially a training course, Inbox Blueprint uses the methods that Anik Singal says he personally uses. The training itself comes over a series of 8 modules that each cover a different topic. The videos themselves are presented in a step by step fashion and the videos walk you through everything you will need to do. By the time you have finished with Inbox Blueprint Anik Singal claims that you will be comfortable launching your own email marketing program. There are also several bonus products available (most of which carry Anik’s name) some of which Anik Singal values at $1997.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
There are two payment methods available for Inbox Blueprint. The first is a single payment of $241 whilst the second allows you to pay over 3 payments of $97 each. Anik Singal also provides a 60 day money back guarantee for Inbox Blueprint. In terms return on your investment, Inbox Blueprint is essentially a training course so results will not directly generate a revenue stream.
Does the product provide value for money?
I think given the high cost compared to the actual content I don’t believe that Inbox Blueprint does represent value for money.
To clear something up, there isn’t necessarily anything wrong with Inbox Blueprint as a product. It is well constructed and covers all the topics that you would consider necessary in order to properly execute an email marketing campaign. The biggest problem is the cost. The fact is that even at $241 there are similar products offering similar information for almost a tenth of the price. No matter how you look at it Inbox Blueprint is an expensive product; and when you look at the value Anik Singal puts on his bonus products I for one am left wondering how much he inflates his prices by.