Google Sniper 3 Download – Possible Scam?


Google Sniper 3 Download

Just recently I noticed the Google Sniper 3 Download spreading it’s way across the online marketing world. I was more than a little surprised as I was under the impression these ‘sniper’ products had been shafted by Google.

So has the Google Sniper product risen from the grave to take on the might of Google once again?

Let’s take a closer look…

Who is George Brown?

A few years ago I was introduced to a young chap by the name of George Brown. At the time I recall him being about 17 years of age.

He had released a product named Google Sniper and it was taking small sections of the online marketing world by storm. Credit to him – I didn’t really have a problem with this!

George managed to detect a flaw, or loophole, in Google’s search engine algorithm. His idea was to build up micro niche sites that achieved awesome rankings through this loophole.

I actually purchased a copy of this initial product and was highly impressed by the PDF tutorials and the videos that went along with it.

Who is George Brown?
Who is George Brown?

The problem is that is was too good to be true – Google isn’t the type of machine to leave that many loopholes floating about. If it does leave ANY – it quickly makes sure they are closed up!

The big ‘G’ performed a massive change to it’s algorithm and all of these Google Sniper mini sites bit the dust in quick time – mass effect!

And now our freind Geroge is back with the Google Sniper 3 download. This time he’s older and he’s apparently wiser – is this product going to work?

Google Sniper 3 Review

Once you have purchased the product you are ‘let in’ to a members area where you can take the simple option of using the ‘Getting Started’ section ( which I highly recommend clicking first! ).

Initially I was a little disappointed as I was faced with a flow chart that seemed eerily similar to the one provided with the first Google Sniper product. I had learned these steps a few years ago and I was not impressed to be confronted with them once again…

  • Choose a Clickbank product that has high Gravity ( popular )
  • Look into the niche where that product sits
  • Do some intense keyword research for powerful phrases
  • Buy a selection of Exact Match Domains for these powerful keywords
  • Set up micro niche sites on these domains
  • Build squeeze pages on these sites to sell the Clickbank products

To be honest I’m still struggling to find anything new in this version of Google Sniper. Maybe there’s something I overlooked, maybe it’s the new bonus material included…

Google Sniper 3 Bonus

Google Sniper 3 BonusAs far as I can see the basis of this Google Sniper 3 bonus is something called the Empire Module – you will see the tab for it in the members area.

I was expecting this ‘Empire Module’ to provide another one of George’s golden loopholes but I’m afraid that did not materialize…

Outsourcing your work!!!!

Yep, that’s what it basically contained – information on how to outsource your work!

Now I’m not saying this information was bad, in fact there were some very good outsourcing tactics in there. I’m just saying that I expected a heck of a lot more than this.

Value For Money?

Well it’s pretty hard to nail this section down – it’s completely based on what you want to take from the program/product.

Google Sniper 3 offers a handy 5 day trial but you still have to leave your payment details. This means that if you fail to cancel within those 5 days you will end up paying at least a month’s worth of fee…


To me this seems a little excessive at best but I’m not going to be hanging around that long ( in fact I canceled on the 4th day after I had enough info for this review! ).

Keep in mind that this product is actually housed by Clickbank so there is a 60 day money back guarantee. If you learn nothing new over a month period you could quite easily claim your money back and try something new.

Google Sniper 3 Scam?

No, I definitely wouldn’t say that George Brown’s new product it a scam. George offers to show you a new way to earn in niche marketing and that’s exactly what he does.

Whether you are going to earn that much from it is yet to be seen!

The main complaints I have encountered surrounding this product is the lack of anything new other than the Empire Module. It does seem as if he has tried his best to recycle the last Sniper product and cash in on the result.

If you are new to affiliate marketing then this could be a decent enough choice for you. George has managed to cover many internet marketing topics in a unique style and there is definitely some worth there.

I just get a bit tired of all the ‘earn $$$$ a month’ routines he uses in his sales pitches – they leave a bad taste in my mouth ( and remind me of all those Binary Options scam products! ).

There are people out there earning money off George Brown’s Google Sniper 3 but they are not earning as much as he claims.

If you are serious about making money online we recommend forgetting Google Sniper 3 and checking out the FREE tutorials at Wealthy Affiliate. Read our full review on their services by clicking the link HERE

10 comments on “Google Sniper 3 Download – Possible Scam?

  1. Hey, Chris!

    I too have recently seen the Google Sniper product being promoted throughout the internet, so I wanted to do a quick Google search and found your article πŸ™‚

    This is a brilliant review you have published on Google Sniper 3, and for the price you pay as well as what I’ve just discovered, I’m still sitting on the fence with this one!

    I’m intruiged by Wealthy Affiliate, so I just might have a read of that review as well πŸ˜€


  2. What is the point of buying an updated Google Sniper if the only thing that’s new is that it tells you to outsource? I only really remember the original and I didn’t like it. Was there ever a second one??

    And buying exact match domains to sell Clickbank products isn’t easy.

    1. You’re right there mate – getting hold of exact match domains is really hard work ( all the decent ones will be taken up already! ). I do believe there was a second version but again, it didn’t really offer anything new!

  3. I actually bought the original version of Google Sniper years ago. I think when I bought it, it was just towards the end of this kind of technique being usable. It may have worked when George first invented the technique, but it has long since died out as a viable way to rank in Google.

    Long tail keywords are great. If they are low competition, it can be quite easy to rank. But the thing is, Google wants to see you do that with a big website with lots of high-quality content on it. So you can rank for those same keywords as individual pages all on one website, as long as they are all part of the same niche.

    George Brown got rich by selling his awful guide, not by implementing the techniques that his guide teaches. The sooner people wake up to that, the better.

    1. Yeah that’s the main point here Marcus – the size of your website!

      The days of ranking a small 10 page website are well and truly behind us aren’t they? And yes, good old George continues to get pretty rich off this obsolete guide! πŸ™

  4. The strategy that Google Sniper 3.0 teaches that you should buy exact match domains does not work that well anymore. You can still do it today but you need to constantly add new content to your website in order to rank for it.

    The term micro site will then not fit their function anymore if you have to write a lot of articles on it.

  5. Wow I cant believe this kid had started the first version of this program at the age of 17. The kid is definitely sharp for his age,

    i agree that there are elements to this that make it seem pretty legit. I heard Google is cracking down on exact domains now and this can make this product really irrelevant. I rather do affiliate marketing or something I’m passionate about, not something that is popular. This seems like the case at Wealthy Affiliate and I’m impressed after I clicked your link on the bottom.

    Thanks for taking the time to write this.

    1. No problem Dylan, but Google isn’t exactly ‘cracking down’ on exact named domains – look at the name of this site!!!! πŸ™‚

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