Product Name: Online Blueprint Academy
What is the product about?
Developed by Myron Ramsay and “Kevin”, Online Blueprint Academy is a system that is designed to teach users how generate revenue online.
What is the product?
Online Blueprint Academy is essentially a training course with a variety of modules that the creators, Myron and Kevin, say will help you to set up an online business that generates you income. The course seems to be fairly standard fair with modules starting with the basics, moving through to building a website, generating traffic and finally turning traffic into revenue. It is hardly revolutionary and doesn’t really differ from other similar courses I have seen before. If you are a newbie to trying to make money online this may be of some value to you but otherwise there doesn’t seem to be a huge audience amongst existing online businesses.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
At $47 Online Blueprint Academy is not cheap for what it actually appears to provide. The rates of return seem very questionable with Myron and Kevin claiming to have had up to “$4000 pay days”. There’s no real mention of where’s or how’s here either. This is more than a little worrying when paired with the disclaimer that says the product doesn’t guarantee money or success. With that in mind it’s probably for the best that Online Blueprint Academy comes with a full 60 day money back guarantee.
Does the product provide value for money?
I don’t think that this is a product that offers value at all. Short of this working exactly as advertised and users do earn daily income of up to $500 as a direct result, this will always fall short. Like many training systems the product is quick to distance itself from discussing any figures and is rather open about the disclaimer and this worries me. Where systems that are sure of success will provide reams of evidence, this product metaphorically sits in the corner and says “trust me”.
There is something about Online Blueprint Academy that doesn’t sit right. Perhaps it’s the lack of professionalism in terms of the site (with spelling and grammatical mistakes everywhere. Even in the sales video the person reading the voice over repeatedly stumbles and misses chunks of his sales pitch), perhaps it’s the fact that so much of the training is so generic it’s difficult to have faith that Myron and Kevin are as switched on as they claim. Either way, there are definitely better courses available offering more content for less money.