I'd like to set the record straight as an "actual" customer of SMP who's had much success using their system and dealing with their customer service.
Interesting to see a review about something you haven't used.
That's a great way to misinform people. (your outside "perception" doesn't count)
(Also note I DO NOT work at SMP, I am just a customer)
1. You are NOT buying clicks from "their" list at all. To be clear, they aren't selling clicks from their list. The clicks come from multiple, verified and tested sources.
Those sources are actually other solo vendor's lists that provide the clicks at a premium price to SMP. The guys at SMP always test those vendor's lists first to ensure quality.
They are continuously adding new sources as well to keep those clicks fresh to avoid the "over saturation" of any one list as you mentioned in the video.
The main point of SMP is to provide brokers an easy way to get clicks at wholesale price in order to fill more orders for people who need them while also providing tools and information to brokers to help them accelerate their business.
2. It's EXTREMELY easy to sell those solo ads.
You mention in the video that there is no way to sell the solos at a higher price than SMP charges (.35/click). I almost fell out laughing when you said that cause you obviously don't have a clue about the solo ad world.
.35 is about the lowest price you'll find a solo. Solos typically range from .35-$1 a click depending on several factors. They guys selling clicks for .50+ are selling MORE solos and making MORE money than the guys selling for .35. They stay booked, period. If you know the industry then you would know this to be true.
The fact is, it's incredibly easy to sell .50 clicks all day long (I do it and several others I know that also use SMP do too). And yes, they actually do provide you with training and information on how to do it... so yea, you're wrong again on that one.
3. The monthly fee is actually the requirement that you buy 100 clicks = $35. There is no flushing money down the toilet. At the very least you are getting a 100 click solo out of the deal which you can either use to build your own list or resell for profit, which irradiates your membership fee.
4. You mention that "we don't need more sellers in the market". Wrong again. The demand for solo ads far outweighs the number of sellers. It's traffic, pure and simple. One of the best forms of traffic. Traffic is THE most in demand commodity on the internet. Everyone needs traffic, no just once, but constantly.
Solo sellers are constantly booked up, they can't keep up with the demand. Again if you knew the industry you would know that. There is actually a "need" for more sellers to fill that demand.
5. Their customer service is outstanding and anyone who's used the system knows this. I've been on the phone with them several times. I feel like those guys are my friends. They are honest and hard working and are DEFINITELY not in the business of scamming people.
SMP is just a provider for resellers. Reselling (brokering) is one of the most profitable types of businesses on the planet. Think about Amazon, Walmart, or any retailer in existence. They are not selling their own stuff, they are simply facilitating the sale between the buyer and supplier which is a win for both parties. It makes it convenient for the buyer and more readily available, and the supplier can sell more product with less work and cost.
The "real" fact is that solo brokering is one of the easiest ways to get into internet marketing out there and provides a good steady stream of income.
So much so that I even released an ebook about it because I and many people I know (many of which use SMP) have made very good money with it.
It's very disappointing to see people like you make false reviews of something you clearly know nothing about. It's likely you read the sales page and made a bunch of assumptions, but anyone who is "actually" in this business and uses the system can see it's blatantly obvious that you really don't have a clue.
I highly recommend that you use a service and get to know it's working parts and it's industry before putting out a review of erroneous opinions.
I didn't write this to be an insult to you but I want to make sure that people get the truth before being misguided by the ill-informed.