The Next Level with Traffic Secrets 2.0

Although some may consider it to be an over-simplification, there are generally only two components to having a successful website. Taking the example of running a successful blog, you need just two things. First, you need to build up a good level of traffic. Tons of it. Second, you need to maximize the monetization on that blog so that you can make the most money possible.

The subject of today’s review might not be particularly helpful for the second part of that equation, but Traffic Secrets 2.0 can certainly lend a helping hand for that first part. Want tons of traffic for your website, regardless of its focus or method of monetization? Read on.

Unlocking the Secrets to Massive Traffic

It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or an expert, an affiliate marketer or a professional blogger, there is always something that you can learn about building more traffic for your website or websites. This is why even dot com moguls like John Chow jump at the opportunity to meet up with other entrepreneurial gurus every chance that they get. At the same time, there are a lot of dot com wannabes out there, so how do you distinguish the goods from the fluff?

Well, there is one major selling point for this web traffic course and his name is John Reese. He, along with his team of online experts, developed Traffic Secrets 2.0, which is the follow-up to the first Traffic Secrets course.

For those of you who aren’t as familiar with Mr. Reese, he earns “millions of dollars each year from [his] current portfolio of web sites that generate as much as 2,000,000 visitors per day.” Yup, he’s pretty successful at generating traffic and now he’s sharing those secrets with you. Again.

Not a Fan of Long Sales Letters?

With many of the e-books and other informational products that you find online, it’s not uncommon that they are accompanied by extra long sales letters filled with highlights, screenshots, and bold font. If you’re like me and you don’t like reading through all of that, you’ll be happy to hear that Traffic Secrets 2.0 has a simple video that does the exact same thing.

That’s the good news. The bad news is that when you hit up the landing page, the video is set on auto-play. With audio. This can be incredibly annoying if you find yourself at work or even if you find yourself at your home computer. I hate anything that auto-plays.

If you’re the type that prefers extra long sales letters, Traffic Secrets 2.0 has one of those too. You can check it out at

A Complete Lesson Plan

So, what should you expect when you lay down the big bucks for Traffic Secrets 2.0? An e-book? A PowerPoint presentation? No, John Reese has got the real deal and he’s treating this Internet-minded course just like any other legitimate business course. After ordering, you receive a box full of course materials in the mail. Yes, physical products.

Inside this box, you’ll find a 377-page training guide, a workbook for tracking your projects, and a series of step-by-step action blueprints, as well as twelve CD-ROMs containing the various modules in the course. These are The Foundation, Market Discovery, Keyword Science, SEO Dynamics, Content Factory, Video Marketing, Social Strategy, AdWords Mastery, Advertising Methods, Widgets & Software, Affiliate Army, and The Master Plan. That’s quite a bit of content!

Each of these CD-ROMS (why not DVD-Rs instead?) is connected to an online learning platform, designed “to help anyone create maximum traffic results in minimum time.” The interface menu for each CD in Traffic Secrets 2.0 looks similar to this. It’s a complete software package.

Free Bonuses and Extras

Beyond the core course material, Traffic Secrets 2.0 also comes with an Action Tracker, which guides and records your step-by-step progress; access to an online community where John Reese and his team of experts can help you with any questions you may have; and a resources section that provides some useful extras.

Further still, when you purchase Traffic Secrets 2.0, you will be granted free access to all subsequent versions of Traffic Secrets. If Traffic Secrets 3.0 rolls out at some point in the future, you’ll be given that for free. By the same accord, you also get the original Traffic Secrets course ($1000 value) for free with the purchase of Traffic Secrets 2.0. Rounding out the series of extras are free bonus MP3 audio files and PDF transcripts.

The Price of Success

So how much does all of this cost? Despite the fact that the original Traffic Secrets sold for $1000, the second version is actually cheaper. It is priced at $397 and payment can be taken by either credit card or PayPal. I can’t say for sure whether it’s worth the price of admission, but Traffic Secrets 2.0 does appear to be a very complete course and it comes with the backing of respected entrepreneur John Reese. Worse comes to worst, you can take advantage of the money-back guarantee.


54 thoughts on “The Next Level with Traffic Secrets 2.0”

  1. Would I expect to get the same amount of traffic as I’ve been getting from John Reese’s Blogrush widget (as in, none at all)?

    Yeah I think I’ll pass. I have no desire to enrichen a snotmonkey fronting worthless crap advice behind layers of empty promises.

    1. I was also highly disappointed by the blogrush widget. But i didnt know Reese is the owner. I may try Traffic Secret when my paypal balance swells a bit.

      1. John Reese is a master of hype, I would never waste my time again on anything he has to offer. Blogrush was a complete waste of time and it only helped people like John Chow who were the first to introduce it.

        1. Ryan McLean says:

          If he is a master of hype then I think I will pass. Did he introduce the BlogRush widget??? That thing was massive for a time. It never gave me any traffic though which was unfortunate πŸ™

    2. Kok Choon says:

      I don’t get much traffic from it… but still leave it on my site, I hope John Improves it soon.

      1. Reese has done many amazing things online, yet only known to some people as blogrush, he was making millions a yr and even a day long before blogrush.

        Having said that, I have TS2.0 sitting on my desk, only watched a bit of it and the parts I saw are for newbies. Having said that there are still around 10 cd’s i havent watched yet (too much to do too little time)

    3. max says:

      I’ve actually seen this through BlogRush before, it looks like John Reese is implementing Web 1.0 for web traffic. No offense John, but you must have made millions before the Web 2.0 revolution. If you can actually name some “sites” that gives you 2M+ views per day, I might change my mind but I can’t find ANY of your sites.

    4. Ouch!… but I agree with you Lincoln!

    5. I never cared for BlogRush either. I tried it on one of my sites & it didn’t do much. And it’s a site that recieves lots of traffic.

  2. Sorry but $397 is too much even with the free upgrades and, I’ sure, with a lot of professional made content. There are other and cheaper ways to get this kind of information.

    No sale with me

    1. Tushar Dhoot says:

      Wow, I can’t believe you think it’s too much. I think if he lives up to his promise of all subsequent versions, it’s a steal.

      1. I’m selling my own ebook for $3 on how to see free movies legally(and make money too) because I’m not greedy, But that’s me. πŸ˜‰

        If you want to spend $397, then go ahead. But what do you prefer: 1 Millions visitors but no sale or 2 targeted visitors making you money? Me, I’m not looking for traffic for the sake of traffic. That’s easy after a bit research.

        And if you consider the economic crisis, most keep their money near them. So, $397 is a lot to ask even if it’s much lower than v1.0.

        He just need to make 2 sales out of 35 000 and his review is paid for. If I would convert 2%, I would make about the same money but help more people around the world since my price is not just for the North American, Europe markets .

        1. Mark says:

          You’ve got my attention regarding the $3 ebook! Where’s the link?

          However, I think that if you have a great blog, idea, product that you want to promote and considering the economic crisis thats all the more reason to spend more money to make more money.

          I hope that everyone does not freeze and stop trying because there is still money to be made in this economic climate.

          I attended Clayton Makepeace’s webinar the other day and he made some excellent points regarding the economy.

          1. Mark, here is the link:
            See free movies legally(and make money too)

            I do agree with you that to make money, you need to spend money …wisely. For $397, you could spend it on optional tools to make your job easier/faster.

            Of course, in any economy(good or bad) someone will make money. For example, who do you think is buying stocks when people panic and sell at any price?

            People need basics thing like food, shelter and many will cut on extras but not all. So, money is there to be made.

        2. See, I can tell people as well how to get millions of visitors to your websites but like you said, if they don’t convert……then its crappy traffic.

      2. CoolProducts says:

        I’m definitely checking out that e-book. It makes much more sense, then to throw down almost $400 for something that everyone has had a negative experiences with.

        1. It’s great that you will check it out. I had good feedback so far.

          Like someone mentioned below, not everyone are looking to make a lot of money online or have the budget(most don’t) to pay that price.

          Me, I’m offering something for movie fans(like me) and those that want a little more money in their pocket for an hobby. It cost less than a meal.

          Like the $397 program, I have an affiliate program that pay directly in your PayPal account. You don’t wait to get paid 30 days. I did not mentioned it.

          Btw, I just added a message for JC readers using the PayPal account from one of my affiliate and the backend sales from him.

          Some might think that Traffic Secrets is BS. It might not be. They could even offer good tips. But I think it would had been better for them to split the program to lower the entry point or go in a pick and choose format. If someone is lacking in 1 or 2 area, they would just buy the parts they needed. Is it possible? I don’t know.

    2. Kok Choon says:

      I must be the idiot who spends over $20K online learning all kind of stuff…:P

      1. It depends on how much you make from it.

      2. Ben Pei says:

        Lol if it actually helps you get more in return.. Its definitely worth the money..

  3. FixThePig says:

    Has anyone taken any of his previous courses? Generating new traffic is always a great thing and actually learning how to do it is even better! I’m curious if there is any feedback to the original course?

    1. Kok Choon says:

      I bought this course few months back, and I assure you the DVDs is well made! I love it. However, I haven’t have the time to join the free forum and community, I think they add even more value there, traffic is truly your life online – More “targeted” traffic, more “converted” sales!

  4. Commercial Brake ?
    Damn I was ready for some hit info πŸ˜‰

  5. looks cool
    i will try them out soon.
    thanks for the review

  6. Ginger says:

    Is this the spam channel? I think I hit the wrong button on the remote. I just lost productivity clicking over. Now, back to my regularly scheduled program. (insert hacking cough)

  7. Tushar Dhoot says:

    Wow, this seems like a great deal.

    I mean, the possibility of getting the next course, the previous course, and the current course, is very enlightening. Assuming Mr. Reese releases his next course physically as well, you could be receiving a course every year for the next 5 years. I don’t see how he will be able to live up to his promise of delivering all subsequent versions free of charge, unless he only releases one more.

  8. looks painfully expensive for those of us who blog for fun and earn money online like it was welfare.

  9. wallney says:

    seem good,but 397 it too much to me now.getting lots traffic is not easy,but i think the most important is you should find the best way which is suitable to same,how to make money online?everyone has his own way.

  10. Keral Patel says:

    Who doesn’t wants more traffic πŸ™‚ Everyday something new is yet to be learnt.

  11. bondox says:

    A good tool it is. But will only look into its consideration if it can promise me a ton of traffic on my blog as much as the one johnchow experiences.

    If it can’t, then i’m out. cos at the moment, i only need traffic to my blog.

  12. Ben Pei says:

    I came across traffic 2.0 elsewhere and it seems like a really good deal..

  13. SAMMY says:

    $397=???Million guaranteed visitors? Well, still remains to be seen and I would rather wait for “real” testimonials before spending that much these days for that traaaaffffffiiiiccccc!!!!!!

  14. whateverebay says:

    It would help to have a video review with the highlights. I’d rather pay 397 to include one on one training or a seminar and CD’s πŸ™‚

  15. Zak Show says:

    It’s not only about traffic, we need targeted quality traffic that convert well and that traffic only come from search engines as I believe and as I learned from my experience. I run many sites and the ones where I made some seo work and I got regular visits from search engines made me more money than all the others that I use web 2.0 strategies and paid advertisement to generate traffic to them.

    In brief people still trust search engines.


  16. Brad says:

    it’s a great course…. it all comes down to offering something of value.

  17. Mike Muise says:

    Looks like more BS to me. They will not get my hard earned cash. I don’t get how these types of programs actually have an legs or get any traction. The site looks like a scam, it looks like all the other scam sites.

    Like with anything else, work hard, be patient and persistent, and you will eventually see results. It won’t be overnight like some will make you believe is possible. But in the long run it will be worth it and you will likely have a better understanding of both yourself and the running of your website.


  18. Getting any kind of traffic won’t help much. Targeted traffic helps big time. If you get people that aren’t really into your type of site, you’ll find that they’re like a lot of StumbleUpon visitors: check for about 5 seconds & leave.

  19. Want massive traffic? Spend the $400 bucks you’d waste on Traffic Secrets at Google Adwords driving traffic to your site. You’d learn one of two things, either how to milk Adwords, or that you should get out of trying to make money on the net.

    The last time I spent this kind of money on a bunch of traffic hype, I read the material for 2 weeks and then got a refund because I learned nothing new. When are people going to learn this kind of stuff is rubbish?

  20. Affiliate Confession is right. I’d rather just buy Google Adwords. I appreciate the effort though John. :^)

  21. izzat says:

    any suggestion from john about it?

  22. Downloadic says:

    it’s a great course…. Thanks.

  23. mikerambling says:

    Seems like different people have different opinion about this products, though i have to admit that it does seems to offer what you already know or waiting to know, (just hit those google search button). Its just me, but i am sure others who have the time and determination and of course $ may want to check it out.

  24. Thanks for the tip John…

    I, being The Frugal One, may pass on this offer, but I would like to better understand his techniques. I’m sure I can find info floating online.

  25. LotusJump says:

    The price isn’t bad at all if it works…

  26. LotusJump says:

    This is a very noble cause – I respect everybody who participated (and you, John, for matching the donations).

  27. I think it would be very hard to create a course that would just generate quality traffic to anyone who uses it. There’s so many variables that change based upon your niche, budget, experience, etc., that you simply can’t use a one-size-fits-all approach.

    Get your feet wet and learn, lean, and learn some more…test like crazy and improve all forms of marketing and advertising and the big one is to never give up and you’ll get more out of this business we call the Internet.

  28. Nashville4u says:

    I see so many people dissing Reese because of the Blogrush. I am with you on that and I think it has really hurt his reputation. But also remember this product has received great reviews and he has proven himself as a great marketer. I bet any of you would like to have had the amount of money he made from Blogrush.

  29. Traffic Secrets 2.0, to me, is just a combination of techniques that you can find for free on just about any “make money online” blog.

    Just go to, Courtney Tuttle,,,,
    or for different methods of website and blog monetization.

    Also, if you want to learn about Social Media, download the free ebook from Michelle Mcpherson’s’s link building bible will give you all the different techniques needed to build backlinks.

    You might not agree with all of his techniques, but the variety of backlink building methods is staggering. And these few sites are just the tip of the traffic building, and monetization iceberg. In this day and age, there is just no need to pay for information on this subject anymore..

    Robert C – The Wholesale Products Guy

  30. You’ve been doing alot of paid reviews lately. I bet you’re raking in the cash!

    You should change this blog to say. The paid reviews of a dot com mogul.

  31. I bought Traffic Secrets 2.0 and I think it’s great.

    There’s a lot of material but it’s presented in a very organised way so that you can devise a plan to get through all the work you need to do. The course provides a number of blueprints, depending on what type of business you have and what your objectives are.

    All the stuff (CDs, printed workbook, worksheets etc) is produced to a high standard and the online resources are very comprehensive.

    I would honestly recommend this course as an investment to anyone who wants to keep up to date in the fast-moving world of web 2.0.

    Sarah McHarry

  32. Dfunda says:

    very good course for webmasters but very expensive to afford it

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