Product Name: Hijackrr
Price: $27/$29 + Upsells
Creator(s): Glynn Kosky, Leigh Kosky & Ariel Sanders
Unsurprisingly, most of the other Hijackrr Reviews will try to tell you how perfect and mind-blowing this program is because they want your commissions.
Even though I could have made easy commissions by lying that this program is life-changing, I’m defying the typical marketer’s stereotype by calling Hijackrr for what it really is. It’s crap!
This isn’t necessarily because of what it does, but what it doesn’t do.
Hijackrr doesn’t do what the creators and promoters will have you believe. It doesn’t help you “hijack the authority” of any website. In fact, everything it does could be done using other plugins that are available for free.
For this reason, the only way they can get people to pay money for their plugin is by false promoting it.
What is Hijackrr?
In reality, Hijackrr is a simple popup plugin. Forget all the semantics the promoters are telling you.
When people land on your webpage you could get them to like your social media pages, subscribe to your list, visit another page and things like that. That’s really all this plugin does and like I said, there are many free popup plugins.
Every now and then I hop on Jvzoo to see if there are any interesting programs that can teach me something or that I can promote.
For some reason, I was fascinated by the name Hijackrr. I opened it up and saw the program is supposed to have the following features:
Out of curiosity for how this plugin would help me “hijack the authority of any website online in minutes”, I watched the official demo video.
- Easy to install and use: I agree with this. The plugin is beginner friendly and isn’t very complicated to understand and use.
- Hijack the authority of any site within minutes: I don’t understand why this is even listed among the features at all. Did they forget to add this function in the plugin? I’m confused because no part of the plugin actually does anything like this….unless of course, there’s some magic in the UPSELLS!
- Monetize any website you want: This is another example of ridiculous false promoting. You can’t get your affiliate links on Amazon or CNN. The plugin certainly cannot help you do that, so why are they lying?
- Get free viral traffic: Another lie. Hijackrr is a popup plugin. It does not bring traffic to your site. All it does is try to influence the decisions of people that are already on your site.
- Boost your sales: I agree with this one. In my experience, popup signup forms tend to convert better than static signup forms. This plugin, like any other popup plugin, should help improve your sales and leads.
- Easy to customize: I agree with this one as well.
It doesn’t stop with you paying $29/$27 for the Hijackrr plugin. There are upsells that come after that.
I don’t really mind a program having upsells if the program and the upsells offer real value. Real value, in this case, means the program doing exactly what it’s promoted to do – which Hijackrr clearly doesn’t!
I couldn’t find a refund policy on their website but my hunch is they will try to get you to get all the upsells before they give you a refund. I can’t say this definitely but I know this is what a lot of programs do.
I don’t even mind them charging money for a popup plugin. However, I have a problem with them claiming the plugin has features it clearly does not have. This kind of false promotion is unethical and fraudulent.
There is no way I can recommend Hijackrr, I’m afraid. And I know this is me throwing away hundreds or even thousands of dollars in potential commissions.
If you would like something more honest, check out the program I always recommend.