The Good / There is no good here.
The Bad / The site lies and twists the truth from the outset and the method of making money online that it promotes is particularly poor and not sustainable at all.
My Recommendation / Learn how to make real money online instead with a tried and true method that doesn't try to sell a pipe dream!
You Ready Review
Are “You Ready” to be scammed by Debbie Anderson?!
Making money on the internet is most definitely a viable way to make extra cash, or even launch a new career.
What it is not is easy.
There are a lot of different skill sets required and it takes time and money to learn these and become a success.
It’s possible as shown by tens of thousands of online entrepreneurs, but there is no push button success and no overnight millionaires.
That’s why I get so annoyed when I come across schemes that tell you that you can make decent money quickly with no skills or experience.
One such system that recently came to my attention is the oddly named You Ready.
You Ready by Debbie Anderson
This year’s hottest scam is called “link posting” and it’s total BS.
In essence it’s a form of affiliate marketing where the link is a special link called an affiliate link, which sends people to various sales sites such as Amazon.
If someone clicks the link and buys something from the store, you get a commission. The commission amount varies from around 5% for physical products at one end of the scale, to 20-100% for digital products.
Affiliate marketing is a great way to make money online, so in theory link posting should be be profitable too right?
Affiliate marketing works because it provides extra value in terms of a review or information surrounding the link. It also works because the person providing the link has proven over time to be trustworthy and their audience willing to click the link.
You, posting a random link on Twitter, do not have those, so the chances of people clicking you link in this security conscious world we live in is virtually nil.
You Ready doesn’t care about any of that, they just want to lure you in with promises that they can’t keep in order to take your money.
Barring the obvious issue that link posting is an ineffective money making system, You Ready has other elements on its site that should make you take pause.
Who is Debbie Anderson?
The first thing you should know about You Ready is that the face of it, one Debbie Anderson, is a fictitious character.
The website openly admits that her photo is a stock image, but it’s more than that. I’ve seen websites using this exact same layout and wording selling dozens of other dubious products, all trying to sell you the sham that is link posting.
The only difference is the stock photo used for the person and their name.
As well as a fictitious figurehead, the company behind this system is also an unknown. They state the company name as the website name, which means nothing as they do it on numerous sites, and provide an address that is actually a mailing box at a UPS store.
The people behind You Ready could be anyone, anywhere. You ready to give them your money?
Earnings Claim & Demand
According to You Ready, there are dozens, maybe hundreds or thousands on companies demanding that you work for them to post links on the internet.
Yet another lie.
There are a lot of companies out there with affiliate programs, but not a single company is going to pay you to post a link, especially not at the rates that You Ready mentions.
Why pay you even $5 a link when they can pay a developer a couple of hundred dollars and have the process automated. Or maybe just pay someone in another country pennies per link posted?
Another thing to think about is why the companies don’t do the above. It’s because it’s a spammy way to get links, they want natural, value added links not random ones on a blog comment.
The way that You Ready words its sales pitch makes you think that you just put a link up on Facebook and you get paid, and that’s simply not the case.
Leading off of that, the earnings claim is dubious at best: earn $379 a day while working only an hour a day?
Let’s do some basic math here.
If you can set aside one hour per day, every day of the year, you will bring in $138,335.
Now, imagine if you were able to work a full 8 hours per day. Your yearly salary would be $1,106,680.
Yeah, that’s right. 1.1 MILLION DOLLARS PER YEAR and you need no skills or experience to get started.
Do I really even need to continue this review?
Name a profession (and being an online entrepreneur is a profession) that pays that amount of money with no skills or experience required? I can’t name any legal ones that’s for sure.
While it is possible to get to a stage with internet marketing where you can work a few hours a week and generate decent money, you can’t do it from the beginning.
Remember that any overnight million dollar startups you see have actually been preceded by years of work and earning nothing to very little. It’s the same with online marketing: it takes time and effort!
Sketchy Sales Tactics
Finally there are elements of the You Ready sales page that simply scream out scam (or at least unethical marketer)!
The scarcity tactics used are BS. It states there is limited availability in your area and that there will be a price increase soon. These are blatant lies aimed to make you rush your decision.
Then there are the multiple references to legitimate news networks via logos and the video. These have only a tenuous basis for being on the sales pitch. They are designed to provide a hint of legitimacy to the site. In reality this site and the multiple copies of it online have no rights to that clip or those logos.
And lastly, what the hell does Step 2 even mean?
Blockbuster isn’t even a company any more! They sure as hell aren’t paying people $15 to post links online.
The Bottom Line
You Ready is just another scam site, in a long list of cookie cutter scam sites that try to push the idea of getting rich through “link posting” on unsuspecting people.
The way You Ready angles its sales pitch makes you think that this sort of system will solve all your money woes quickly, but the reality is you’ll be out of pocket more after buying it with not much to show for it.
In my opinion you would be best to avoid You Ready and to look for online training that will give you a broad skill set in internet marketing with a realistic outlook on making money online.