Click and Profit with WordPress Mage

Click and Profit with WordPress Mage?

Want to know the secrets of making money with WordPress sites, but don’t know where to begin? You could certainly ask for advice from moguls, but wouldn’t it be more interesting to enlist the services of someone with mythical powers.

That isn’t quite the case with WordPress Mage, but you’ll find over the course of this review that there may be more than just smoke and mirrors to this system. Instead, it promises to offer you the “forbidden science of click and profit.”

It Starts with the Spellbook

When you think about a mage, you probably think of some elaborate cloak and maybe a mighty staff of some kind. Since a mage is a practitioner of magic, it makes sense that he could be the proud owner of a powerful spellbook too. The same can be said about WordPress Mage.

Click and Profit with WordPress Mage?

In short, WordPress Mage is designed to be a comprehensive package that will guide you toward making money online. Hitting up the spellbook, you’ll find a series of PDF files with lessons, downloadable content, tutorial videos, and a number of online resources.

Beyond this, you’ll find a series of other “mages” along the top of the page. These can help you with finding the right domains, targeting the right keywords, populating your sites with the right ads, acquiring the right content, getting indexed in the right places, and so on.

Domain Tools, PLR Articles, and More

The training material, in the form of videos and PDF documents, are a good place to start, but you want to get started with some real money making tools, right? WordPress Mage is broken into two types. With Adept Mage status, you have access to the online tools like the Domain Mage.

Click and Profit with WordPress Mage?

From the Domain Mage, you can look up a series of $5 expiring domains. These can be valuable to you, because they may already have PageRank, age, backlinks, DMOZ listing, and so forth. For a little more money, you can look into the domain auctions. There is also a backlink checker to give you more information about any given domain.

A blog is worthless if it doesn’t have any content, so WordPress Mage also includes what it calls the Articles Mage. This seems to be a massive collection of articles on a huge range of topics, including everything from business to food, recreational sports to travel and leisure.

Click and Profit with WordPress Mage?

That’s the good news. The bad news is that these are all PLR articles, so they’re not exactly unique and there’s a good chance that someone else is republishing them elsewhere too. It’s up to you to decide whether using PLR content is a good idea or night.

Upgrading to Master Mage Status with Three Paths

The developers of WordPress Mage will tell you that there are three possible paths that you can take with the product. However, in order to make use of any of these paths, you’ll probably need to upgrade from Adept Mage to Master Mage status.

After that, you can choose to:

  • Download the plugins and add them to an existing site.
  • Use a fresh install of WordPress Mage on a standalone domain.
  • Use CP Mage to create several new websites in minutes.

It is likely with the third path that you’ll have the most to profit from WordPress Mage. That path creates websites that come pre-populated with content (via the Content mage and Posting Mage) and monetization (via the Affiliate Mage), so you can make as many as you’d like. You can literally have hundreds of monetized sites in a very short amount of time. The Affiliate Mage makes money by inserting keyword targeted ads from Overstock, eBay, and other similar sources.

So, Is WordPress Mage Really Free?

When you go to the main page for WordPress Mage, you’ll be told by Gregory Jacobs that he believes information should be free. He says that he could easily sell the Mage Blueprint (and seven training videos) for $497, but he wants to give it to you for free.

That much is true. However, you are only given a 60-day free trial of Adept Mage, after which you’ll be on the hook for a $27 monthly charge. And Master Mage? I couldn’t find the pricing information, but I did learn two things: it consists of a one-time charge and it is only available in limited quantities periodically. The next opening sounds like it’ll be on November 23.


35 thoughts on “Click and Profit with WordPress Mage”

  1. I fail to see how sites created with “CP Mage” could survive for long in the Google Index, we have seen that happening with BANS and Niche Devil, most of these sites that got created with (semi)automated scripts are gone from the index now. Some of the features like the Domain Mage sound cool, perhaps it is worth for me to look into the free trial, when I have finished my current two niche web sites, I am old-fashioned, I write my content myself πŸ˜‰ SY

    1. Dino says:

      I totally agree, considerably uselss just a waste of time.

      1. Benjamin Cip says:

        Nothing more to add… it really doesn’t seem worthy. We like unique content…

    2. You can’t look at it like that. I think Mage could work great for getting backlinks to your money sites. You can never get enough backlinks. With mage you can create a network of sites that eventually link to your important sites that make you cash. Who cares about content on those sites that link in, really.

  2. Tinh says:

    Interesting tool, I will visit and see how it can benefit me for appropriate action soon. Thanks John

    1. EarningStep says:

      you report will help me to try this stuff….lol

  3. videostar says:

    Hope I can use it in the nearest future.Thanks.

  4. Definitely worth checking out thanks

  5. These secrets are quite useful and its great sharing from you. I like to use wordpress but this is first time when i am knowing these king of secrets about wordpress that can be soi useful for making money.

  6. Donny Gamble says:

    This tool would probably be useless to me because it just adds an additional step to creating wordpress blogs. It is a very unique concept, but I am not sure how well people will react to this particular product.

    1. Think links! When you get to find domains that already have PR and then put up a blog there, you have an invaluable resource.

  7. Honestly, paying for non-unique articles doesn’t seem like the way to go.

    1. PPC Tips says:

      I agree, I would much rather create my own content.

      1. Benjamin Cip says:

        if only we had the right to rewrite the articles with differents words and sentences… it could be worth as long as it costs what it’s worth.

        1. Why can’t you rewrite the articles?

  8. I like the angle taken here, with the gaming style plot and interface. It will definitely attract some buy-in I reckon, and then of course the cherry on top is the “exclusive” Master Mage offer that only comes along once in a while.

  9. This actually sounds like it might be a decent system. You can use it to create a blog network for your own incoming links. Forget about the content and the affiliate stuff, just use it for links.

  10. Dean Saliba says:

    Very interesitng tool and a very good review. I’ve never read a review on this blog from start to finish before.

  11. The content creation tool creates unique content by translating English PLR articles into another language and then back into English. The readability of these articles will be poor at best. I can’t speak for the other tools.

    If people would just put the same amount of time and energy into creating quality content sites as they do constantly searching for the easy way out, they’d probably already be making a nice online income.

  12. Money is in Air … I can smell it.

    1. Benjamin Cip says:

      It’s raining some $$$…

  13. What kind of profit numbers can we expect John?

    1. Who can determine your profit except you. John can’t know how much work you will put into this or anything else.

  14. Benjamin Cip says:

    “It’s up to you to decide whether using PLR content is a good idea or night.”

    Did you mean “…is a good idea or not” ?

  15. Got that sales pitch in my email too. My personal feeling is it’s a little bit over the edge towards the dark side. Don’t think search engines will like it too much.

    Just my 2 cents. πŸ™‚

  16. As always, there are no harm to try. πŸ˜€

    1. Yes there is, you could get your site de-indexed, and if you run adsense on it, you could get your adsense account closed. Google does not look favorable on auto-generated content! SY

      1. Paul B says:

        Where is there anything specific about auto generated content in the Adsense TOS? Maybe I’m being stupid but I don’t see it?

  17. seems to be a lot of comments with this tool concerning its useless.

  18. Crikey! What a crap “review”. I was a beta tester of this system. It works. The content is scraped but it can be translated and retranslated – fooling the bots into thinking its unique. The PLR articles you talk about are just a bonus.

    Here’s the big tip – if you have an existing blog or site with good traffic and good Pagerank and good standing with Google and even a few years of history you can load up the backend with thousands of backdated posts. Ebay is the best payer. Adsense pays zip (in my experience).

    Best part – its “set & forget” largely. Plus once you have the software installed on your host you can be throwing up heaps of blogs every day very easily. In a matter of minutes.

    Yes its been a bit buggy – that why we were beta testing it for months.

    The domain tools and backlink checkers and the other stuff are very cool. $5 (plus registration fee) can buy you an expired GoDaddy domain with existing PR and backlinks. Or you can bid on more expensive domains coming up for auction. Here again you can pick up an old domain (say 5 years or more) with heaps of pages in Google/yahoo index, heaps of backlinks, good history, good PR, sometimes even DMOZ listed – for (say) $200 – if you’re lucky.

    1. “you can pick up an old domain (say 5 years or more) with heaps of pages in Google/yahoo index, heaps of backlinks, good history, good PR, sometimes even DMOZ listed – for (say) $200 – if you’re lucky”

      $200? Try $5. Old domains are extra cheap if you know how to look for them. I’ve purchased lots of great domains, some with PR as high as 4 for, yes, only 5 bucks.

  19. EarningStep says:

    this is why i love wordpress and blogging . the unique stuff never end.. i found new stuff everyday and this is one of them

  20. chester says:

    I’m using Drupal and sometimes I wish I were using WordPress because its so much easier for what id be using it for.

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