1. Wel,l I must say this looks very tempting indeed. I wasn’t going to stop by today because I’ve been busy as a bee, see?

    Bing ads I’ve heard are indeed a bit cheaper and more lenient on us marketers and this looks like a good value ebook.

    Tell me, have you implemented anything from the strategies in the ebook yet?


  2. Jacqueline

    Hi Marcus, I’m glad I came across your website and this article. I use Bing Webmaster tool for my SEO on 2 of my websites and recently I’ve seen a notification that says ‘Redeem your £75 credit for Bing Ads search advertising today’. Do you know if this is the same product as ‘Cash in with Bing’? as I’d like to redeem the credit.
    If not, the initial fee of $6.95 for ‘Cash in with Bing’ seems reasonable but it looks like if you want a bit more, you need to purchase something else. With these kinds of upsells, I worry that if I don’t purchase the follow-on products, I won’t benefit at all. Now that you’ve purchased the $6.95 main guide, have you seen the benefits?
    With google Adwords, I’ve read where they expect to see a lot of traffic on your site before you are accepted is this the same with Cash in with Bing?
    Also, do you see any major advantage of using ‘Cash in with Bing’ over Google Adwords?

    • Marcus

      Hi Jackie,

      Cash in with Bing is the guide which shows you how to use Bing Ads to drive traffic to affiliate products. Bings Ads are less strict with their rules than Google Adwords.

      You will be able to use your £75 Bing Ads voucher to try out using the methods taught in Cash in with Bing, yes.

      I think Cash in with Bing is a good guide for only $6.95, but I am yet to put the information into practice myself. I will probably write a follow-up review once I have done that.

      Thanks for your comment,

  3. Moon

    Wow, what a thorough review of this product! Thanks for showing the inside workings of your purchase, it would definitely make us feel safer when buying. I would hesitate to buy products when they have a countdown timer and an upsell after I click the first purchase button but you have brought us right up to the last step! This is what we need to see in a product review, so well done!

    • Marcus

      Thanks Moon. Yes, I agree with you about countdown timers and upsells. I thought $6.95 was not much to spend on the main guide, though, so I decided to give it a try. Turns out it is actually pretty good.

  4. Tony

    Hi Marcus, very thorough review and seems like a good product once you get through all the nonsense of the upsells and down sells. Did the company ever confirm what they spent on Bing Ads and what there net profits were? It’s great to make earnings claims but I would certainly like to know what their net profits were after the cost of running the ads.

    • Marcus

      No, I never got to find out how much they spent on Bing Ads. However, I have used Bing Ads myself in the past and I know you can often get a cheaper cost per click than on Google Adwords.

      I am hoping to try out the methods explained in Cash in with Bing soon, then I might write a follow-up review about my results.

  5. Arta


    I have read about Bing ads before and few more people advised these are better to start with than Google ads mainly due to the lower price and less complexity.
    Good that you have tested this blueprint otherwise it would seem little bit scammy to me – as it involves few red flags. First, the countdown on sales page – as far as I have learnt this is very popular trick of scammers. Second, the upsells within the offer.
    But as you have tested it and confirm it is not another scam I feel quite tempted to check this blueprint out as I don’t know a lot about PPC but would like to learn it. It is possible to make great profit if you know how to do it right.

    • Marcus

      Thanks for your comment, Arta. I think this method could work well, yes, but I have yet to try it myself. I hope to do so soon, then I may write a follow-up review about my results.

  6. How To Build A Business Online

    Yes, you have to say that is good value for $6.95.
    I personally don’t mind OTOs or upsells that’s what good marketers do, They sell. We all do it. Free >Pemium. It’s their job. People who don’t like to sell just shouldn’t be in business period. I have no problems with that tactic at all. We are all salespeople don’t you agree?

    I have never used Google Adwords or Bing Ads in my business life yet. This might be a great product for me to pick up on the cheap. Now, I just have to try and fit it in with the rest of my schedule. I’m really glad you brought this to my attention. If it does what it says then $6.95 would be a steal.

    • Marcus

      Well, I used to be of the opinion that upsells=scam, but I have softened on that view somewhat in recent times. I think it’s a matter of degree. I think the original products needs to be good enough to do what it claims on its own. It’s then fine to offer upsells if they are going to add to what is already a sollid product. But if the main product is awful and the upsells are huge, then it’s not so good in my opinion.

  7. Steve

    PPC is something I’ve tried a few times and I’ve not had much success. At this price, it worth checking out and seeing if I can improve my results with Bing Ads. I’m always looking to get better.

    Great review of the product. I appreciate that you explained how the sales funnel works. Getting some insight into what will be offered as upsells and especially down sells can help to save money. As a marketer, it’s a failure to have a timer and not have it associated with a real price increase. It hurts the sellers integrity so can they be trusted to provide a quality product. Fortunately, you’ve checked out the product for us.

  8. Ryan

    PPC sounds so daunting at times so having a tool like this seems invaluable.
    I’ve heard about how harsh Google can be at times but is it worth putting up with their strict rules, since they own the majority of search traffic, or is Bing the new safer and easier option for someone just starting out?
    Also, how long would you recommend somebody wait before adding PPC to their marketing strategy?

    • Marcus

      Well, Bing Ads get shown on Yahoo as well as Bing. Together those two search engines make up about a 3rd of the search traffic, so Bing Ads are still well worth doing.

  9. Roy

    Yes, I did find your review to be very helpful. Like you, I am not a big fan of “fake” countdown timers and multiple upsells. Cash in with Bing seems to provide good value for the price. However, I am new to the world of internet marketing and online businesses and this product is a little too complicated for me at this stage of my experience. Nevertheless, I would give it a second look as I move farther into the internet marketing process. Thank you for such a detailed review.

  10. Daniel

    Thank you for this great review. I have not had any experience with Bing ads before so it is great to read a review of this product. It is great that you even went through the whole process of all the upsells and downsells that you encountered, so we know what to expect!

    • Marcus

      Yes, I wanted to go through the whole process so other people know exactly what their options are if they decide to by it.

  11. wagreatstuff

    $6.95 is a very tempting price and something that new bloggers like me should give some serious thoughts.
    But from your very thorough review, the upsells puts me off. I hate the never-ending pop-ups that push you to buy more stuff.
    Then again, I can always get a refund within the 30-day money back guarantee period, right?

  12. Nicki V

    Bing ads is something that I have yet to try or really learn about. It sounds like it could be very profitable to driving trafic to my site. While I usually don’t buy these types of products because I’m already apart of Wealthy Affiate, but for $6, it doesn’t seem like a too bad of an investment to really learn how to master it.
    Thanks for the post. I’ll bookmark this to come back to when I’m ready to move onto that new step for my new site.

  13. Richard

    Hi Marcus

    Excellent review on Cash in Bing. I am totally new to pay per click marketing but you explain it very simply. From what I understand it’s less complicated than the google ad words and works out cheaper per click. I am at the beginner’s stage of internet marketing and most probably will have a proper look at your Cash Bing Review

  14. Katya

    Hi, Marcus!
    Thanks for the detailed review of this e-book. There are a couple of ringers that make me nervous: the countdown timer, the upsell, and claims that sound too good to be true. You see, I’ve lived and there is a rule of thumb – if it sounds TOO GOOD to be true, then it probably is. It looks like the guys that sell the book are not entirely truthful and use tricks so people would be their book, and I don’t like it. I hope this e-book will prove itself to be useful, and can’t wait your follow up review once you test it.

    • Marcus

      I’m glad you found my review helpful, Katya. I am just beginning to put the ebook into practice, so hopefully I will be able to write my follow-up review soon.

  15. Margaret

    Cash In With Bing sounds like a good deal but I think their sales technique probably drives a lot of people away which is a shame. Google is much more strict with what you can advertise and they are more expensive. I will probably buy the ebook but I would not spend any more until I had read it. Is it possible to do that or do those upsells just disappear? If they do I would not buy any of it. I really don’t like upsells.

    • Marcus

      You can do what I did, which is save the URLs of the upsell pages. That way, you can always go back and buy them if you change your mind.

  16. Liz

    I am tempted to buy this! Thanks for your review. Are you able to let us know what your results have been so far by implementing some of the strategies that are in the book?

    I will have a look to see if Bing might be good for my niche. I have never used Bing myself, so if I checked google analytics for where my traffic is coming from and find that hardly anything is coming from Bing would you still suggest trying Bing PPC?

    • Marcus

      I am just beginning to put the method into practice. At the moment I am doing some research for products to promote using this method.

  17. Joy

    Hi, thanks for the review. I’ve actually never seen this product before. I like that it is such a low starter price but I absolutely hate the upsell strategy and marketing. Just be up front from the beginning and tell me how much everything costs. But you are right with the 30 day money back guarantee it is tempting. And in the end if it makes me more money than it costs me I guess I can over look the upselling flaw.

    • Marcus

      I share your hate of upsells, but almost all products in the “make money online” niche are sold in this way. Almost everyone sells this way. That doesn’t make it right, I know. All I’m saying is, the product could still be great even though it has upsells.

  18. Simon

    A pretty cool breakdown of this book or even guide.

    The tasty claim about over 100$ sure sounds sweet, but you’re right that this is not the net profit at the end of the day. Still, even if he earned say 30$ l, that would stil be spectacular for for any ad system out there.

    Do you think it’s possible to earn that much from the infamous AdSense?

  19. Andres Santos

    I’m glad I found your review. I tried doing Google Adwords and you’re right, it’s a pain in the A$$! I’ve thought about giving Bing a try so I’ll definitely give this e-book a try. For the low price, I really don’t have much to lose. I pay that much for a latte lol.

  20. greg smyth

    Hi Marcus,

    Your post about Bing Review Ads got me thinking, why don’t I try this? As you said $6.95 is not a lot of money, and if you learn something, it could be worth it.

    When we have a new website, the only way to get some traffic is with ads, whether it be with Bing of Facebook or whatever ad network. Worth looking into i think.

    Thanks for the Review.

    • Marcus

      I am going through it now and putting it into practice, and I think it has a lot of good information about how to do affiliate marketing via Bing Ads. I am really hoping this will lead to a new way to make money for me. If I succeed with it, I will post an update. Actually, I will post an update even if I fail.

  21. Catharine Bevona

    I just got this and went on the website. All I found myself capable of doing was starting my profile. Otherwise I was unable to find anything to help me and a site that was very complicated. I assumed there would be a catalog of ads to put out online and earn money from. there is not and I can say the only people who profit from this must have a degree in advanced business economics or are otherwise geniuses’. Poor me–an idiot and their money are soon parted. Waste of about $7. I emailed them and complained on Facebook to them. either they help me or refund me.

    • I am sorry you had a bad experience with Cash in with Bing, Catharine. I did write a follow-up review after I had tried it myself, in which I say that it didn’t work for me. It’s a shame you didn’t read that before you tried it yourself. I did link to it from the top of this first review, though.

      • Catharine Bevona

        I found one other thing too. The only people who can use this must have an e-commerce business of their own up and running. Of course with one business except from regular profits I cannot see how they would make anymore money using this. I read what they sent and that is what they said. It is for business owners only and I wish that had been specified before they charged me almost $7. All I can say is I am never trying anything like this again. At least I did not lose too much money on this. They said I did not need a online foot print or business on their ad. Faulty advertising on their part.

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