Zuubly consider themselves the real deal in digital real estate and lead generation. According to them, they transform a lot of websites from digital dust collector to something that get traction. “We’re the bills that pay his bills,” they claim while explaining that you can do this rank and rent biz with their course. Interested in such business? Read this Zuubly Review to learn more.
Zuubly is a “real estate reimagined” program that offers a training course and services in digital real estate and lead generation. Their nature of business is like Bad Ass Marketers (BAM) where you are taught to create websites and rent them to local businesses. Such business model is marketed by Zuubly as pandemic-proof unlike traditional real estate, requires little to no overhead, able to provide re-occurring income, and requires no tech and sales experience. It was founded by Shiv Aiyar.
The main content of the program is their training materials marketed as “over the shoulder, repeat after me” lectures that is always up to date. Specifically, they include 20+ hours’ worth of content in audio and video format.
They will also provide numerous software related to setting up your own rank and rent biz such as website builder, custom calculators for finding leads and pricing deals, a proven prospecting system, and a “secret software” that apparently can get a local number in any city and track every email and calls your site get. The software is advertised as easy to use, makes your business sell without actually doing traditional sales, and enables you to run the entire thing hands-free.
Aside from the training materials and software, Zuubly also offers live weekly Zoom sessions. They also provide access to a private Facebook group where you can collaborate with like-minded people. Finally, they also have outsourcing offers that can provide a done for you site related to virtual real estate.
The price of the program, however, is not clear from their site. They say you should have at least $500-$1,000 to start, according to their site. The actual price of the program (which is approximately $3,000 last we heard) can’t be verified at this given time. This is manifested in their landing page saying, “we will be raising the price as we get more members.”
I noticed all their reviews are on sites like Zuubly, but it’s par for the course in this industry. Like anything online, it is important to question any review unless they are verified by a third party, like Trustpilot. I did try their challenge in each review to search for the businesses and it did not come up on the Google Map pack which is arguably the most important aspect of local Search Engine Optimization (SEO). However, maybe it had to do with my location at the time, because I know map listings are location dependent.
It is also important to note that the lead generation biz is not as easy and hands-off as Zuubly claims, and I think a little more transparency about the ease of making money in any given business should be warranted. Perhaps they will do this in the future. Being good at local SEO is a skill and usually requires frequent updates and monitoring to stay at the top and that should be understood. It’s business. There are many ways to learn this, and perhaps it’s with Shiv, but overall with all the changes in Google, I just don’t like my income to be dependent on only one source of traffic. (ranking)
In conclusion, what Shiv teaches is a legit business, and like anything, it comes with pros and cons. Being a Blog owner, I know the amount of work it takes to rank in Google, and I also know the heartache every time Google releases new updates. My heart literally drops, because I have no control over what Google will do. Shiv’s business model heavily relies on what Google decides in their algorithm, and that is why I believe the best business to start is local lead generation without the ball and chain of Google
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