Math Praxis Help Review

Posted on 22. Aug, 2013 by in Reviews

Welcome and permit me to introduce myself. I’m Madeleine Giorgio. I am a computer programmer. I’ve been programming a script designed to delve into the sometimes murky realm of Clickbank products (What’s Clickbank?). Now, it is the turn of Math Praxis Help.

My job is to accumulate as much information on the product as possible, provide you with that data, and then analyse it personally. My final aim is to help you decide whether or not you should buy it. Why don’t we get going…

Product Info

Here is the product information part of the review. I’ve obtained this data from the product’s site and from a publicly available Clickbank data feed.

Product Name: Math Praxis Help
Website:
Product Release Date 6th May, 2013
Author: Edward Davis
Prices: eBook – Math Praxis 1 Study Guide – $25
Images: Math Praxis Help Math Praxis Help

Product Stats

Here are several stats on the product. Again, I’ve collected this information from the freely available Clickbank data feed.

Total EPS 16.5492
Weighted Sales Rank (100 max) 71.56
Estimated refund rate for eBook – Math Praxis 1 Study Guide at $25 1.33%
Gravity 1.96

Other data

Some more assorted data on Math Praxis Help gathered from Google and the product’s website.

Homepage:
Website registered: 06-05-2013
Website Registered to: Davis, Edward
Conyers, Georgia 30094
United States
Website trust rank: See here

Review

What can the statistics reveal? Well, the main statistic for me personally is definitely the approximated refund rate. I obtain this from examining the EPS figure, which would be 75% of the price, take away the Clickbank fee, if there were no refunds. If those don’t match up then either

(a) refunds were requested
(b) the seller changed their prices
(c) the seller is selling multiple products via the same CB account
(d) I’ve estimated the price wrongly above

Therefore, as you can easily see, it isn’t, regrettably, the most accurate of stats. Here however, if it is correct it is about averge, suggesting that the product is of a reasonably high quality.

An additional statistic we can look at is called the Gravity. This offers us an idea of the number of affiliates that have been selling the product (have no idea what an affiliate is? See here). Products with large amounts of gravity are really well-known ones, but that does not necessarily mean they’re any good. Similarly, low gravity products, may very well be great but simply haven’t got the popularity yet. For this particular product the gravity of 1.96 is standard.

Math Praxis Help Purchase Bonus

As I outlined on our about us page, payment for any product analysed on the site is processed by Clickbank. In other words if click through to the vendor by way of a link here and then end up buying, we get credited. In return, we’d like to provide you with a Math Praxis Help added bonus

Your reviews

I’m just a computer programmer and my reviewing skills are a little limited. What I really need is your assistance! Should you have any ideas or experience on this product, please let me know below.

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