USA: +1 (410) 202-8855 | INDIA+ 91 708-282-5481 hi@satyapsharma.com

What is Global Dream builders?

Global Dream Builders (GDB) is an online marketing platform that was founded by Adam Wenig. He teaches you how to earn money online by creating simple websites that pay $1,000-$5,000 a month. Does his promise sound too good to be true?

Global Dream Builders Review

Global Dream Builders (GDB) is a website, which is actually a sales funnel to the products they promote online as well as to their members and possible customers. This platform is another website promising an income generating opportunity that is quickly gaining momentum among internet marketers, especially the youth. In my opinion, it sounds like it is promising too much.

The program teaches people how to build websites that are actually funnel pages to sell products. Funnel pages are not websites. It is similar to a campaign. A campaign always has to be changed, just like an ad.

The platform is basically taking these funnel pages and advertising them by email or around social media. You basically take the funnel pages and create Facebook advertisements. Facebook ads can to get traffic, but it can be expensive, because it does not always work.

The good about his program, he does teach you how to build funnel pages. However, he does not teach how to build a website. His promise is about creating a website that will help you make money fast. Reality here is, he just teaches you how to build a sales funnel.

Also, good news is you do learn how to build a sales funnel in 5 minutes from his webinar. But it won’t earn you thousands of dollars online.

Sales funnels are created by using a program called click funnels. To put his platform in simple words, you make a whole bunch of different funnels and add affiliate links. This then allows you to earn money once people click on whatever you are selling.

Adam Wenig promises to teach you how to earn money online by creating simple websites that pay $1,000 – $5,000 a month. This is not true.

The bad, Adam claims to teach you how to build profitable websites. However, he only teaches you how to build sales funnels, period!

The first thing you learn is how to create sales funnels using a program called click funnels. Once the sales funnel page is created, Adam then teaches you how to take these sales funnel pages and create ads on Facebook and Instagram.

Facebook ads can cost thousands of dollars and result in no profit. This is because it doesn’t always work and many people are new to Facebook ads, so there is no promise.

The Sales Funnel Platform

The sales funnel pages will also consist of content and videos regarding Global Dream Builder’s system. The videos might be a testimonial of how well the system works and how it can earn you lots of money.

After the pages are all set up, you will add affiliate links to all your funnels that will track back to Adam Wenig’s Global Dream Builders page. Ask yourself, why are you creating all these sales funnel pages that lead back to Adam’s system???

To put this in one simple sentence folks, you are Adam’s advertiser. You are promoting the stuff for him, because you are the one who is making all the ads and talking. This is not a way to build your own business folks!

To sum everything up, you are selling the program and lying to others that they can get the same results and earn money fast. This is something I would personally not want to participate in.

Everything here is misleading information. Adam says it is a website and in reality it is just a bunch of sales funnels.

Once you start using the click funnels, it will cost money. This will of course result in a commission for Adam when you sign up. There is nothing wrong with this process. It is affiliate marketing, but it should not be done this way.

I will admit when I first saw Adam’s advertisement, I thought this was going to be a new way to earn money online, but it is not. This is really risky. A person could lose lots of money advertising around social media, especially if he or she is new to Facebook ads and Instagram ads.

How Much Does Global Dream Builders Cost?

Silver Membership:

  • Installment plan is $800 for 3 months, totaling to a possible $2,400
  • GDB Online Academy
  • Live Q&A on Weekly Webinars
  • Facebook Inner Circle

Gold Membership:

  • One Time fee of $5000
  • Installment plan-2,000 for 3months
  • GDB Online Academy
  • Live Q&A on Weekly Webinars
  • Facebook Inner Circle

Platinum Membership

  • $8,000 one time payment
  • Payment plan- $3,200 for 3 months
  • 12 full months one on one mentorship via Voxer
  • Free ticket to 1 live Global Dream Builders Workshop Event
  • GBD Online Academy
  • Live Q&A on Weekly Webinars
  • Facebook Inner Circle

I will admit, when I first saw Adam’s advertisement I thought this was going to be a new way to earn money online, but it isn’t. GDB does have some success, but honestly it is not promised.

Adam Wenig’s marketing tool worked for him, but that does not promise it will work for you 100%. There are better ways to market online and this takes time to learn. To be honest, if one wants to master online marketing the person needs training, dedication and time.

What Are Click Funnels? Quick Review

What is a click funnel and who came up with the idea? Russell Brunson is co-founder of Click funnels software, which is what basically helped increase his conversions and profit. However, this might not work for everyone.

  • The standard plan is available for $97 per month and offers all the funnel features in this service
  • EtisonElite plan is available for $297 per month and has bundles of more features, such as Actionetics and Backpack.
  • Other page builders and add-ons can be chosen, and they range from $199 to $2,400 per month

Pros About Click Funnels

  • Click funnels replace email auto-responders and landing page software
  • It is a website hosting and landing page software for your business
  • It has available split testing modules to help publish a refinded product
  • There is a 14 day trial
  • Third party integration is available also, so all your business is in one place (examples of third party integrations-ClickBank, PayPal, GetResponse, all connected to click funnels)

Cons About Click Funnels

  • Content hosting is not in your control. If you have a lot of content and the website shuts down for any reason, you could lose everything, all the data can be lost.
  • The webinar funnels lack in features as compared to other services
  • The design templates are not as attractive as those of Leadpages
  • Pricing is high
  • Limits on the number of funnels, pages and visitors with the standard plan
  • Can be overwhelming at first as you learn the ins and out

In short, truth is a person can have the best looking landing page, but no matter what you need to drive traffic. A website with a 100% conversion rate and no visitors gets you nothing.

If you have a small business, all this stuff is not necessary. It is very possible to make your website simple and attractive.

In order to get traffic, you need keyword research. Therefore all you need is proper training. There are many programs online that claim you will make thousands if you join them. I’ve seen many programs like GDB that sell nothing, but too many promises.

What I recommend you do is research for a company that has support 24/7 and actually does have their community of people help you. You should also find a company that offers training for keyword research, so you learn how to get your website ranked in Google organically. What I mean by organically, is so you do not have to pay Google to be found on the first page. Meaning people can find your website for free.

Also you should look for a company that has videos to show you how to create your own website, so you can learn to build your own business independently. Everything should be taught step-by step.

Therefore, you want to look for a mentoring program that has training to help you find your niche and build a website focused on that niche. Everything I said here should help you find a mentoring program that is right for you.



Source by Alexandra Nowak