Welcome to my Elementio review. I saw this was being released so I thought I would take a look to see whether it’s a scam or legit…
Owners: Zeeshan Ahmed, Karthik Ramani and Declan Mc
Price: $27/37/47 + OTOs
What is Elementio?
It’s an app that has been designed to make it super easy for you to capture leads. It makes use of notification boxes, pop-ups, animated characters, countdown timers, and anything else that you might want to use to capture leads. It works with any website platform, including WordPress. Elementio makes it easy to design where you want elements to be, simply by dragging and dropping them into place in a live preview page.
Here it is in action:
When I see that a new product is being released, I like to see if there are any existing video reviews of it. Here is a great one I just found by well-known internet marketer Sam Bakker:
As you can see, it does a lot. I like how it is all done by drag and drop in real time and is so easy to use. You just choose what element you want, design it to look how to you want, then move it into position. You can then preview how things will look on various devices, which is really cool.
How much does Elementio cost?
As is often the case with these kinds of product launches, the pricing structure is a bit complicated. On the sales page you will be given a choice between 3 different versions:
- $24 for 10 campaigns;
- $37 for 25 campaigns;
- $47 for unlimited campaigns.
Of course, most serious internet marketers will go for the $47 option because who wants to be restricted, right? But things don’t end there because they will then try to upsell you on a bunch of additional offers, as you can see in the following diagram:
So, after you have chosen what version you initially want, they will then offer you the following additional products:
- $47 for Extra templates, WordPress plugin, 1 click Facebook submit.
- $97 for allowing up to 250 different users to use the software.
- $197 or 297 to be able to resell it all as your own product, depending on whether you want 100 or 250 licenses.
I don’t see why the extra template, WordPress plugin, and 1 click Facebook submit need to be part of a separate product. Surely most people will want that, so it should just be part of the main product anyway. I can sort of understand why the Elementio Developer upsell costs extra because not everyone will need that; and the resell rights too, not everyone will want that, so it makes sense to have that separate. But the first upsell is cheeky.
Who are the owners of Elementio?
Whenever I see a new product get launched, I like to see who owns it. This enables me to put the launch into some kind of context so I can get a sense of how good it is likely to be.
I couldn’t find out much about him. He doesn’t seem to have been involved in any previous product launches. However, it’s possible he might own www.zameen.com, which claims to be “Pakistan’s No. 1 Property Website”. I also found the website zeeshanahmed.in, which says he is a freelance web designer. It’s a pity he didn’t make that website look good, though. However, these two websites could actually be owned by different people with the same name.
Now here’s someone with a lot more internet marketing experience. He has a whole string of previous product launches behind him, including:
- CB Fortune
- Quiz Funnels
- FB Ad Maker
- Social Marketing Suite
- Jargon Handlers
- Channel Authority Builder
- Easy Links
As always, it’s difficult to find genuine reviews of these because most of them are just overly positive reviews by people wanting to earn their commission by promoting them as affiliates. However, I did find one genuine review of Social Marketing Suite, which gave it 2.5 out of 5 stars.
I found a genuine review of a previous product of his called Lazy Profit Explosion. The reviewer gave it an overall score of 4 out of 5, saying it had some good quality training videos but was a bit misleading about the time and money involved in making the system succeed.
Unfortunately, I found a complaint about Declan Mc on ripoffreport.com in which a customer of his product Digital Product Bay Profits Academy was unable to get a refund when they asked for one. All of their attempts to contact Declan Mc have gone unanswered. However, this complaint is very recent, so Declan Mc may have not had time to reply yet and may even write a rebuttal on ripoffreport.com.
Is Elementio a scam?
No, it doesn’t look like Elementio is a scam. It looks like a genuinely useful product. My only warning is to be aware of the additional products they will try to sell you. I feel it is unfair that they try to squeeze as much money out of people as possible by adding extra products for more money. That being said, the main product does look very good.
Should you buy Elementio?
If you already have a website and want to start capturing leads, it could be a very useful tool. Just be aware that the first upsell is probably necessary, so if you want the plugin and the extra templates, you will need to pay a total of $94. You can probably ignore the other two additional offers.
What if you don’t already have a website?
You can learn how to build an awesome website about one of your passions or interests. Surely you must have something you are interested in or passionate about? Whatever it is, you can create a high-quality website which really helps people. This builds people’s trust, and then they are more likely to trust the products you recommend.
The best place to learn how to do that is Wealthy Affiliate. The great thing is, you can actually try it out for free. You can do the first 10 lessons and spend a week as a free member. This is the best way to know whether something is for you or not, to actually try it out.
I hope you found this Elementio review helpful. If you have any comments or questions, why not post them in the comments section below. I will reply as soon as I can.
All the best,