What is Inbox Blueprint? – My Honest Review

April 3, 2015 8 Comments




Product name: Inbox Blueprint

Product owner: Anik Singal

Website: inboxblueprint.com

Price: $597 x 3 or $1,497

Verdict: Recommended? Yes


Inbox Blueprint by Anik Singal claims to teach you how to make money online. When you land on his website you will see it starts with a classic promotional video in which he claims to have made over $10 million in one year. Based on my experience I can tell you with full confidence that even if it’s true, it doesn’t mean that YOU will make the same amount of money with his program but if you follow it you definitely can.

I’ve seen so many programs claiming to teach people to do the same and there are tons of complaints about those programs on the internet. To be honest, I’m full of all those promotional, deceptive and misleading videos and feel helpless because I can’t stop all this crap that scams honest people out of their money.

The only thing I can do is write my reviews and expose the truth and help people find legit, honest way to make money online because I was in your shoes. Keep reading because I’m going to take a closer look at this program to help you make an informed decision.


The main idea behind Inbox Blueprint

The main idea behind Inbox Blueprint is pretty simple. It was designed to help you build your online business and start making money online.

Also, you can learn how to use email marketing, i.e. build your list of subscribers and take your business to another level and you will also learn how to make your very first $1000 just in a few hours after joining his program and going through the training.

It’s not the first and the last guru that makes such a bold claim and I’m going to explain in details what you can expect from Anik and his Inbox Blueprint.


Pros of Inbox Blueprint

  • Training and weekly webinars
  • 60 day money back guarantee
  • Support


Cons of Inbox Blueprint

  • Some claims I can’t agree with


Inside the program

1. First off, as I told above, Anik claims that once you join his program and go through the training, you will be able to make $1000 dollars overnight. I can’t agree with this statement. I’ve seen so many such claims on the internet and in my opinion they are not realistic. I’ve been involved in internet marketing for many years now and I know many successful internet marketers.

What I know from my own experience and from the experience of other marketers is that to be able to reach those numbers you need to put in the work and time first and it normally takes a few months, most probably 1,2 years or may be even more.

Anyone who promises you a quick buck, money on autopilot or guarantees that you will make money in x amount of days, is lying to you. No one can guarantee you success because it’s dishonest and misleading approach.

Your success depends on 3 factors:

  1. Get trained in the right program
  2. Work hard and be patient
  3. Ask for support from successful internet marketers


2. Anik encourages you to use PLR content on your site. PLR content is a poor quality content that search engines don’t like and never rank well because PLR content is not original and if you use it, you website will never get high rankings in search engines and the traffic accordingly. Anyway, this is my opinion in regards to PLR though I may be wrong. But using it for email marketing purposes is acceptable.


3. Anik also suggests that you use article directories which is not as effective as it was until 2013. As for getting some traffic it’s good, and as for getting quality backlinks for better rankings it’s not effective anymore.


4. The payment is as follows: You either pay $597 x 3 which comes to $1791 or you can make a one time payment of $1,497.


5. Anik’s training includes a few modules:

Step 1. The addiction meter (You will be explained how to find a profitable niche including Clickbank, Offervault etc.)

Step 2. The Bait (You will be explained how to create opt in pages to collect emails from people)

Step 3. TYP Method ( You will be explained how to create thank you pages)

Step 4. Email Machine ( You will be explained how to set up an autoresponder service on your site (Aweber) and why you need it)

Step 5. The list relationship ( You will be explained why it’s important to build relationships with your email subscribers and how to do it the right way for maximum results)

Step 6. Payday secrets ( You will be explained how to provide value to your readers and make money from your list)

Step 7. Easy traffic ( You will be explained how to drive traffic to your blog, SEO, social media, guest blogging, paid traffic, etc)

Step 8. Unlimited success ( You will be explained how to improve your website conversion rate etc.)

Though the overall quality of the training material is not bad, it can be a bit confusing if you are new to internet marketing.






Final word on Inbox Blueprint

Inbox Blueprint is not a scam. Though Inbox Blueprint is a solid product. If you want you can try it and see how it will work for you. At the same time I can recommend you another program that you can try for free. And I’m actually a member of my recommended program. It provides high quality training, supreme support, live chat, all necessary tools, 2 free websites, hosting, keyword research tool and many more.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions and I will be happy to help you out or leave your comments below and I will reply in 24 hours.




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About the Author:

My name is Adam. I'm the founder of Your Income Advisor. My goal is to help others succeed online, by exposing scams and reviewing top rated products. I can help you start your own business online

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  1. anonymous says:

    Please take this down as this is defamation of character and false advertising. If you do not do so further legal action will take place.

    • Rufat says:


      My review was written back in 2015. I always welcome all comments on my site and do changes to my reviews when it’s necessary. My opinion in 2017 is different from 2015. I made some changes to my review.

  2. Mikey says:

    These guys should be shut down. They prey on well meaning but gullible and desperate people. Make $1000s overnight??! I mean I have some sites online it took me two years to start making real money with lot of hard work and tweaking. And inbox Blueprint sites look terrible like from the 90s.

    • Rufat says:

      I don’t know. Maybe you are right. Though Anik is not a scammer but he makes some bold claims I can’t agree with. He claims that you can start making a solid income a few hours after joining his program. I don’t think it’s realistic. And I totally agree with you regarding the time you need to put into your site in order to start seeing profit. Anik approach is different and that’s why I can’t agree with him and I don’t promote his program.

  3. Emily says:

    hi Rufat!
    very thorough review! Well… this looks and smells like a scam! I hate those programs that make such a claim, that you will make 1000$ overnight! Like really?And those videos of unknown people who “made it” with the program….Those are never a good sign, as typically they remain very vague about what you actually do. At least this program does include you creating a website. I will give them that. But the cost is just out of this world.

    • Rufat says:

      I agree Emily. It’s so ridiculous that create such poor products as Inbox Blueprint and sell it as a high ticket item while it is not that price at all. Any product that fails to deliver good and timely support is a poor product and can’t be sold as a high ticket item because it’s dishonest. And very often they use fake testimonials to convince people as if they were buying something really valuable. They create such poor products because they want to make money asap instead of creating one good product and then selling it for years and help folks. Anyway, Inbox Blueprint is not a complete scam, but the product is extremely overpriced and there are a much better alternatives, such as Wealthy Affiliate or any other established communities like Chris Farrell or Affilorama etc.

  4. Gregory says:

    Hi Rufat,

    Very impressive piece of content. I took a look at the other reviews and tabs and keep on reading what you have been through since your first attempt with online business.
    Indeed, there are a lot of ‘businesses’ scamming through the Internet.

    It is a relief when someone tries to help others to build their own success.
    I hope you keep adding interesting content to your site.
    I bookmarked it !!


    • Rufat says:

      Thank you Gregory for showing interest to my content. You are right that there are so many programs out there trying to scam people out of their money and Inbox Blueprint is just one of them. As you can see, Anik’s product is extremely overpriced+many upsells and it smells fishy. The worst thing is that there are many other programs that provide a better training and a much better support while Anik doesn’t provide any real support. With all this in mind, I really don’t think there is a good chance that someone will buy into is offer. And when you compare this program with programs like Wealthy Affiliate, there is no chance left for Inbox Blueprint at all. Plus Anik promises that you can make your first $1000 right after joining the program which is absolutely ridiculous and unrealistic. And you can’t even try his program for free which proves that his program is by not the best one on the internet.

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