George Brown Google Sniper 2.0 System Review – Is It a Scam

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What is the Google Sniper 2.0 system?

Google Sniper 2.0 is a video-oriented internet marketing training program by George Brown.  Google Sniper 2.0 is based off the original Google Sniper in which George teaches you how to build web properties (niche sites) for highly-targeted and competitive keywords, so that you can get free traffic coming from Google and other search engines and generate commissions on autopilot.  Google Sniper 2.0 has been updated with NEW techniques, video modules, and resources and teaches you what George does now in 2013.  With Google Sniper, you don’t need any previous experience and are able to see results rather quickly.  This particular methodology is great for product launches across all niche markets, trending topics and more.

Is the Google Sniper 2.0 system a scam?

The Google Sniper 2.0 system is not a scam or “make money” scheme.  Since the inception of the original Google Sniper, “sniping” has become THE way to get ranked for highly competitively keywords in the search engines and is often used in major product launches as a way to dominate the competition.  Additionally, you only need to take a look back at George’s previous works to know he is the real deal and puts in the practice what he teaches, which is why he is able to provide real-time case studies.  Because Google Sniper 2.0 is not a scam, you are gonna have to take the time to learn and implement the strategies to see results, but when properly executed, the results come quickly.

How does the Google Sniper 2.0 system work?

The Google Sniper 2.0 course consist of 25+ videos, which can be downloaded.  In addition, you get the Google Sniper e-book which provides the overall methodology and goals for the course in written format.  You will also become acquainted with the Google Sniper 2.0 manual, which details the action steps you need to take.  George designed the system in such a way that you will come across the videos as you need them via the manual.  You also get process maps to make sure you stay on the right path.  There are a number of bonuses as well as resources and customer support.  Here’s a sample of just some of the things you will learn within the Google Sniper 2.0 system:

*How to pick a winning product

*How to find the right “sniping” keywords

*How to properly set up your “sniper” site (very important)

*How to pre-sale and increase your conversion rates

*How to get ranked and gain authority in the search engines (this is a biggie)

*How to make the most of Cost-Per-Action marketing and Google Sniper

*How to choose a CPA product to promote (different from Clickbank)

*How to scale and outsource your business

*How to make your Google Sniper sites FTC compliant (this is a must)…and lots more

If you are new or struggling to make money online and looking for a system that not only enables you to make real money but to compete with the “big players,” you need look no further than George Brown’s Google Sniper 2.0.  There is no better time than now, especially with all the products coming out.  His Google Sniper 2.0 system is not a scam and even comes with a 60-day money back guarantee.  I hope you have found this Google Sniper 2.0 review helpful and invite you to click the link below to try George Brown’s Google Sniper 2.0 out for yourself.

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12 thoughts on “George Brown Google Sniper 2.0 System Review – Is It a Scam

  1. Hi George i am very interested in your product. I knew people are making money on the internet, but how i don’t know. Once i saw your add on the internet i was like this got to be the real deal. Well i am being skeptical about it in another way. All i need is to work me through the first step. The baby steps. I really wanted to invest in this product of yours, but will the outcome be fruitful. Anyways tell me how to start and what do i need to start the program with. Thank you.

  2. Hey, Bubacarr. First, let me state that I am not George Brown. I simply promote it because I am a fan of his stuff. It’s really high quality and laid out in a step-by-step format. His methods work and are something you can duplicate. Once you get it, you watch the introductory video and what not, and learn the methodology. Once you do that, you need to actually implement what you learn. I know it sounds silly to have to say that, but a lot of people will purchase products and never get through the entire program and wonder why they don’t see results. When it comes to making money online, taking action is the most important step.

  3. Joey (and The Internet Marketing Fanatic):
    I saw your answer to Bubbacarr, and appreciate that you’re a fan of George’s work. (I am also not George) I do however have a questions. I checked out his system along with all the other emails I’ve gotten from every guru under the sun telling me “not to believe those scamming ‘so-called gurus’.” That one statement has to be on every single offering sent to me promising me millions for $47 or $37 (once you click to leave the page). The thing I want to know about the Sniper 2.0 system as well as any other system you might know about that a total newbie like me can truly get serious results from (assuming I study the entire course and learn how to make these sniper sites quickly and efficiently) The real question I problem I have (being strapped for cash like everyone else) is about up sells once you’re ‘on the inside.’ Why doesn’t anybody just tell you everything you need to know up front before hand, rather than waiting to sell you the $47 system, then offering the “Platinum” package to really automate things. Just like Bubacarr, I really just want something solid that does what it says, without paying, then finding out that you “OOPS, I forgot to tell you, you need a website, and hosting, and a landing page and an affiliate that they don’t help you pick out………
    You get the picture. In other words…!!!!!

  4. Hey, Doug. I am not a fan of courses that require you to purchase up-sells and stuff, either. Out of all the courses I have purchased, I have never bought an up-sell. When it comes to the Google Sniper 2.0 system, all you will need to purchase outside of the actual course is a domain name and hosting, which you can get for cheap, nowadays. Domain names usually cost around $10 to $12 (depending on whether it’s a .com, .net, .org and so on), but they last for the entire year. Hosting cost less than $10.00/month for unlimited domains. I didn’t realize George had lowered the cost. I can’t believe it’s that low. It used to be $77.00, so $47.00 is a real bargain.

    Let’s say you get the main course without any up-sells, which you don’t need to make it work. Then you purchase a domain name for around $10.00 and then hosting for another $10.00. Your total cost is around $70.00. If you are promoting a product that pays out $30.00+ a sale, you will only need to make 3 sales to make up for the cost of the course. Using the methods that George teaches you, that’s something even newbie can do, especially if you do product launches. It’s also important to remember that once you do the work, you don’t have to touch the site again, and the income will become residual. My blog is a little over a year old, and I still make sales on stuff that I reviewed when I first started this blog.

    I know that purchasing a domain and getting hosting sounds complicated and kind of scary, but the truth is that it’s not. George makes it really easy. Before I started this blog, I only promoted stuff on free sites because having to learn this stuff freaked me out. After I did it the first time, I was irritated with myself for waiting so long. Now, it’s like second nature. My income went to a new level. The one thing that I have learned in my time doing this is that if you want to compete and make real money, you have to kind of “bite the bullet” and learn to do what the people who are making all the money are doing. “Sniping” as it has become known has just become the standard. I hope this helps. Oh, don’t waste your money on all those offers in your inbox. Google Sniper is all you need. 🙂

  5. Joey-
    I can’t believe you actually wrote back so quickly. I truly appreciate it. In this underground internet world, literally….every marketer out there tells you how great their product is and how all the other products are run by “so called Gurus,” but in fact aren’t they “so-called-Gurus” themselves?
    One question, never having made a penny on line, I need to ask. In George’s system do you need a product/affiliate/niche to promote? If so, can you tell me how I can do some homework before I get George’s system. I’ll go with that one, because you were literally the only person to give me an actual answer. I need your opinion about one other product first. This guy Frank Lucas has come out with this Mobile Mass Marketing (or something like that) which talks about the fact that there are 5 billion smart phones in existence and how it’s an untapped market. But he doesn’t say what to sell, how to build a mobile website (or if you need a mobile website/a web domain/web hosting….or even something to sell…he only talks about the traffic and if more people spend their time on their iPhones than on their laptops or desktops. What do you think?
    Lastly, do you have to pay for each sniper site?…I remember that he talks about his students having upwards of 150 sniper sites. I can’t tell you how good it is to actually have someone to talk to about this. No one in the outside world even knows about internet marketing at all. At least not the people I know. They all look at me like I’m crazy when I mention words like niche, affiliates, autoresponders, Clickbank, etc. It’s like a whole different world that a lot of people don’t know about. I just hope it’s not all “smoke and mirrors” preying on broke middle-aged assholes like me that lost my business that I had built up to a $2 million grossing music company (playing for weddings, corporate parties, etc.
    Joey, I’m counting on you, pal. What do you think of this Mobile deal, or anything out else out there if I actually had to pick one and go for it. Which has the shortest learning curve (for a guy with a Masters in Music…useless unless you can find a teaching job, which I can’t), and the largest, quickest upside with the fastest possible income. That way I can prove my wife and 2 sons wrong and spend my life thanking you and George for literally creating a great income so I can get out from this mountain of debt and start living with my head up instead of trying to borrow money from people I’ve already borrowed from. I’m kind of a “cautionary tale” losing most of my business, losing my house and worrying about not only paying rent on an apartment, but sending my 2 boys to college at this stage in my life. Is any of this stuff real?
    I’m supposed to listen to some webinar that I never asked about, but check this out:

    (click here to register for this event)

    What’s really cool is that I’ve told this super
    affiliate that he MUST reveal EXACTLY how
    he goes and makes over $30,000 every month.

    And yes, I do mean *exactly* 😉

    You’ll see what he does from START to FINISH,
    as I’ll be forcing him to reveal the exact steps he does
    each day to bank him over $1000 with ease.

    And what’s really amazing is that he makes $1000 a day…

    WITHOUT spending a dime on traffic, and in fact…
    WITHOUT even having to worry about traffic generation at all.

    And he does his “work” in less than 1 hour a day
    while he travels the world.
    Is this just more crap or do you know who this guy Mike Harvey is and what he’s selling?
    I hate to be a pain in the ass, but……….help!!!!!!!!!!!!


  6. Hey, Doug. First of all, you are not being a pain in the ass. If you don’t ask questions, you won’t ever learn. Besides, I like helping people. 🙂 To answer your first question, you do need to find a profitable niche and products to promote. Of all the ways to make money online, doing market research is the first and most important step. You’re not going to have any idea what to promote if you don’t. Even though we are internet marketers, we are marketers nonetheless. Although our methods may differ in comparison to people who work offline, but the basic rules of business still apply. The only thing that’s different is the medium through which we promote products.

    Although I could tell you how to find a niche and products to promote, I would rather not since George has his own methods for doing it. I want you to be able to follow his course the way he has it laid out from beginning to end. Right now, you are starting off with a “clean slate,” so to speak, and since there isn’t just one exact method for finding niches and products, I don’t want to confuse you. Once you get a solid game plan down, then it’s ok to experiment but not until then.

    As to your final question about Google Sniper, this is how it works. First, you purchase a domain. Using George’s methods, you purchase a new domain for every site you want to create. There is a reason for this, which he explains in the course. When it comes to hosting, you pay a flat, monthly rate (less than $10 a month) but are able to host as many sites as you want. For instance, let’s say I wanted to start a site and didn’t have a domain name or hosting. I decide to register the domain name “” I then go and buy hosting and select a package that allows me to host unlimited domains. If I later decide I want to create a site on something totally diff. from my first site, I only need to pay for the domain name since I pay for hosting for my existing site on a monthly basis.

    I just did a review of Frank Lucas’ course at 2:00 a.m. I’m a “night owl.” I don’t know who Mike Harvey is. Webinars are generally just ‘”pitch fest” get to you to buy stuff. Don’t go around wasting money. Get George’s Google Sniper and leave it at that. Don’t go around bouncing from one product to the next. It’s important that you find one program, learn that methodology, and implement it BEFORE you move on to something else. Once you have your “sniper” sites up and running and making money, it’s okay to take some of the money you have earned and invest into a course that has a different focus.

  7. Joey-
    Thanks a lot for your responses. I truly appreciate it. I’m just curious about where I can check out your review of Frank Lucas’ Mobile deal. I’m just curious, I just got another email from him. I want to know what you think before I start sniping.
    Thanks again,

  8. Joey-
    One question about the Google Sniper. In terms of payments, hosting, domains, etc could you just explain that again. And if I want to do multiple sites do they all fit under the same hosting; Like if I want to have a bunch of sniper sites in different niches do I need more than one domain? and is it all hosted under the same place? Check out this guys review of the site and tell me if he’s just full of shit. He talks about George not telling you the right niches………”Create your own internet business website in record time. Being a techie, I have the advantage of creating websites Fast. Topics I cover are getting a web hosting account, domain name registration, nameservers, uploading using FTP, optimize for search engine, Clickbank, create autoresponders and a list, and so much advanced techniques. You’ll definitely become an expert within hours!”
    He’s offering this as a bonus, bus somehow I can’t see it being free. Any thoughts.

  9. Hey, Doug. When you create “sniper” sites/blog reviews, you buy a new domain every time, but once you purchase hosting, all of your sites fit under the same hosting account. If you want to create “sniper” sites in a bunch of different niches, you will need a new domain for every one of them. The reason for this is because a site/blog, generally speaking, should have a central theme. For example, the only articles and product reviews you will find on my site are internet marketing-related because that’s my niche.

    If I wanted to start promoting products in the dating or weight loss niches, I would purchase a separate domain for each of them. I would only put content that relates to the theme of the site on each one. That makes sense, right? It’s not just about logic. It’s about how to search engines find and retrieve relevant information. When it comes to finding profitable niches, George teaches you how to find them. It’s not a question of finding the “right niche” but learning a method to find profitable ones.

    There are tons of profitable niches out there. The niche or niches you choose to be in not only depend on profitability but your personal interests as well. For instance, before starting this blog, I made money in the gardening, dating/relationship, and learn Spanish niches. I actually started out with the learn Spanish niche because I was a Spanish major in college and have a passion for languages. I got into the gardening niche because I was that there were certain products being advertised on talk shows at the time. I got into the dating niche because it was easy and required very little research. I got into the make money niche b/c I had purchased a number of programs, and the people were friendly and helped me out when I needed it. There’s also always something going on. It’s never dull. I have a friend who makes a full-time income by promoting kids party stuff and novelty gifts.

    I don’t pay any attention to bonuses because they are generally just a bunch of out-dated, rehashed material to give away so that people will buy stuff from you. Lot of time people will just buy cheap, pre-written content and pitch it as a bonus, even if it has nothing to do with the main product they are selling. When a program is full and complete on its on, bonuses are unnecessary.

  10. Hello Joey

    Wow you are truly awesome! OK I will tell you what happened since last time we spoke. My daughter was doing a one-on-one on line internet training (how to raise her business profile) and she has not been able to finish it due to her day job….so I am doing it for her and it is very time consuming, BUT when I have finished I am going to get some courses that you recommend so that I can start making money online.

    Which course would you recommend I start with as a complete newbie like Doug? Just about everything Doug said I could relate to and your advice was EXCELLENT about get one thing and stick with it….I have bought so many products and done NONE and that is why I am finishing Vanessa’s course first then back to you. BTW…her tutor has got her to open a wordpress blog and I am still learning my way around that. Her website is and her Youtube Channel is You will see it is very amature-ish, but hey we’re learning.

    The other thing I wanted to tell you was that I watched Ritoban’s short video and OMG! The penny clicked about PNK, and you know what? Even the tutor that Vanessa paid $$$thousands for does not know that (or at least has not taught her/me that as yet)

    Anyway Joey, which one would you start with Sniper 2.0 OR Melford and Concetta’s Ultimate Cash Blueprint?

    Warm Regards
    P.S. Doug is very lucky to have found you so early in the piece:)

  11. Hey, Xenia. I’m glad to hear that you are doing well. Thanks for the compliment. If I had to choose between the two right now, I would recommend the Ultimate Cash Blueprint. The reason is because even though they are both good, I got an e-mail from Melford and Concetta Bibens saying that they were going to close it in a week. There is even less time now, and when product creators close their programs, they usually stay that way. George doesn’t close his stuff, so you will have plenty of time to check out Google Sniper later if you want.

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