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Job Killing review (how much does it cost?)

Job Killing is an internet marketing coaching program that teaches people how to generate leads on the internet.

They really dial in on the local aspect of lead-generating.

Think: doctors, lawyers, landscapers, etc, etc. They’re not marketers. These businesses wanna spend time doing what they do, and that brings a huge opportunity for people to serve up leads in these industries.

Is it an MLM?

No. Job Killing isn’t a multi-level marketing company, and they’re not an affiliate opportunity, either. Its mentoring.

How much does it cost?

Job Killing isn’t cheap. It’s not a program. It’s not a scheme. It’s not an “opportunity”.

Its coaching, and it’ll run you several grand. However, most people can afford it because of the payment plans and credit options they provide.

Is it a scam?

It is well-documented that Job Killing has had hundreds – yes hundreds – of success stories of people who have landed clients using the method that the coaching teaches.

Also, dozens of people have been able to quit their jobs, although this is not typical.

That being said, just like with anything, you’ll have people who do not have success. I can’t speak for them, obviously.

The founders are both savages and understand the local lead-generating business very well.

How does it work?

This is how it goes down, taken from a recent post:

This is a painfully simple business model.

Step 1) build out local lead sites (like pest control services in Dallas, TX)

Step 2) set up a virtual business/phone # and collect legitimate leads

Step 3) pass leads on to businesses, and collect checks

Yes, you’ll need to learn some local optimization strategies, but your competition is usually 4-5 other businesses, depending on what niches you get into.

Think about that: you vs. 4-5 other businesses, not you vs. the world wide web.

What are some good local niches?

Home improvement:

(Very underrated)

Gutter Repair
Deck Building
Basement/Bathroom Remodeling

Health and beauty:

(Very competitive)

Hair salons
Nail salons
Day spas
Cosmetic Surgery/Tattoo removal
Personal Trainers
Weight loss specialists
Massage Therapists


(Very lucrative, very competitive)

Private schools
Technical training centers
Vocational training

And you have all the real estate niches, auto niches, accounting niches, etc.

So many.

“Sell me Job Killing”

Ok. Well, not sure if I can, but here is some text in one of their recent ads:

For the last 8 1/2 years, I’ve been making small, simple, drag-and-drop websites and renting them out to brick and mortar businesses all over the world.

Why do they pay me?

Because they’re too busy running their business to learn all this “website stuff.”

And the quick, itsy-bitsy websites I make? Bring them in lots of leads, which helps to grow THEIR business.

It’s a total win-win, which is why it works so well.

(Just like people who need a nice place to live, who don’t wanna bother with owning a home, are happy to rent.)

So why would I show you? I mean, wouldn’t that make it harder on myself?

Here’s the thing: I could hire an army of people to do this 15 hours a day for the rest of my life and probably never even make it outta my own city.

And there are hundreds of types of businesses multiplied by tens of thousands of cities worldwide—equals millions and millions of opportunities for other people to benefit from what I know.

Basically, there’s plenty for everyone.

So here’s what I decided to do: I created a free video training that’ll show you my entire proven process, step-by-step.

Once you see some of the real-life examples my clients and I have created, and how they’ve paved the way for a lifestyle we used to be jealous of? You probably won’t be able to sleep tonight, you’ll be so excited.

How do I get started?

You need to get in touch with one of the guys.

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