Instant Cash Plug-in Micro, or ICP Micro, created by a Microsoft programmer, Tom Bailey, was designed to drive targeted website traffic with a simple point and click, set it and forget it method. The Instant Cash Plug-in Micro went live this morning and is getting a lot of press already. Does this sound too good to be true?
While ICP doesn’t replace the practice of good on-page and off-page SEO strategies, the ICP Micro may be programmed to bring traffic to any kind of website, including affiliate links or static company pages. If Instant Cash Plug-in Micro works as advertised, it may be helpful to marketers who do not have a blog, and wish to drive targeted website traffic to their static company or affiliate sales pages. It remains to be seen.
ICP Micro is not software downloaded to your computer, but it works remotely, to create various sites which point to and allegedly will send targeted website traffic to up to two links. This Instant Cash Plug-In Micro remote software will additionally promote your Facebook page; and, it comes with a new Turbo Twitter feature, which, as advertised, sends like-minded twitter followers to your twitter account.
As of this morning, the pricing on Instant Cash Plug-in Micro is at $97. Paid ICP members may promote ICP Micro to others who wish to generate targeted website traffic to two specific websites. Affiliates, or ICP Micro paid members, earn a $50 commission for each direct sale, and a $25 commission from their first line affiliates.
Time will tell how effective this mini version of Instant Cash Plug-in actually is. So, as an experiment, I’m plugging the Instant Cash Plug-in Micro into its very own capture page, and the capture page of another affiliate site to see exactly what it does. If it works, I’ll be back to share the results! If you’d like to join this experiment, click HERE.