Basically the advertisement is about a woman who has a $$$$$$$$ check from Google, and all you have to do is send her a $1 to for the “kit”.
All I have to say is that if you enjoy infomercials at 2:30AM, and love the feeling of hope that a lottery ticket brings you (until the drawing), you will love this kit.
I already read quite a few real testimonials…without endorsing these testimonials, the word “scam”, “overseas”, and “keep withdrawing from my bank account” kept coming up.
My first exposure with this current gimmick was on DrudgeReport. Now I see the ad all over the place, even on allegedly techno-communistic sites that give Java scripts away for free and other code. I clicked on one of the ads and saw how the browser checked my IP address and generated a fake newspaper webpage based on my state, trying to give me the impression that it was a legit news story.
Speaking of which….again, without listing names, if you get your “news” from certain e-mail providers, many of their articles are simply ads, like “Top 10 Laptops”.
Seems like everyone is selling, and many people are buying. At only $1 there doesn’t seem to be a risk…but…just be careful.
You can find out about Google AdSense for free straight from Google. Heck, Google even has free tutorials about making your websites Search Engine Optimized to make money using AdSense. Guess what folks? It takes TIME and effort. You don’t need to be paying for kits that promise overnight money.