The Honest Digital Revolution is Here


I’d like to Invite you to join the Honest Digital Revolution (HDR).

The Honest Digital Revolution is an idea that combines a PHILOSOPHY of marketing with a tried and tested online BUSINESS BLUEPRINT.

You see, it’s not enough to optimize your headlines, landing pages or funnels. This is how 99% of traditional marketers go about their business (always looking for tactics and strategies), and it’s why most struggle to break through.

Before you set down one Facebook pixel, purchase a landing page software, or sign up for some expensive coaching upgrade, you’ve got to take a step back and look at HOW you approach the online business world.

Your PHILOSOPHY of marketing is much more important than some strategy or tactic.

Tactics change everyday but your PHILOSOPHY doesn’t change. It’s like your code of ethics which affects how you market, what products you promote and even the type of people you want to serve.

My Digital Journey (Into the Abyss)

Let me give you a dose of reality, because I suspect that if you found this page, my story is going to make a lot of sense for you.

I spent three years in what I call Internet Marketing Purgatory, buying up every shady product or program looking for the code to digital wealth. If you’ve ever wondered who these solo ad suckers are clicking on biz opp or MMO links looking for easy money, wonder no more.

It’s people like the old me.

Shiny object syndrome?

Let’s just say I polished my fair share of shiny objects. And I’d be embarrassed to tell you the kinds of programs I joined looking for my digital dream.

So let me be the first to tell you that there is no future there.

You are NOT going to succeed when:

  1. Your marketing is based on hype, lies or desperation
  2. You promise easy or done-for-you
  3. You promote products / programs that have never generated income for you
  4. You only care about making money and not the person behind the click

So instead of chasing after a digital rainbow, which is even more difficult to catch than a real one, you need to get serious about your business and your future.

Luckily for you, I’ve taken the arrows.

I’ve mapped out the course.

All of that wandering in the digital desert (and $20,000 worth of purchases later) has taught me a lot about how the Internet ACTUALLY works.

And here are the keys to success.

The Keys to the Limo

You must have at least four things in place in order to succeed on the Internet:

  1. You must have the right business model – Which business model will give you the highest chance of success? E-commerce? affiliate marketing? Selling your own digital products?
  2. You must have the right platform – This is the tech side of your business + the training you need to become a good marketer
  3. You must have the right blueprint – A blueprint is the unique process that you strap onto your business model
  4. You must have the right guidance – You need someone you can trust will answer your questions and help you prioritize the steps in the blueprint

The Honest Digital Revolution gives you these keys, in the right order, at the right pace, with the right guidance.

In the next several pages, I’m going to delve into these topics a little further. Before I do, I first need to talk about the HDR philosophy of marketing. It is the foundation of your successful business.

Click on the link below to continue reading.

Yes, show me your philosophy of marketing.

Here’s to your success,


10 thoughts on “The Honest Digital Revolution is Here”

  1. Hi thanks for your honest way to handle things now in the digital online world. In addition to your 4 pillars if I may add please the discipline it takes to consistently prepare all of the content. Without this, there is no chance whatsoever of any shot at a real honest business. Thanks for your solution for today that works!

    • Andrew. Very true about the content.  One of our secrets inside of the HDR training is to focus on a micro niche site. A micro niche site requires far less content, 30 or so articles, instead of 100s for other types of niche sites. Plus, they’ve got to be the right type of articles, those that attract almost customers or those that move visitors towards a sale.  

      Thanks for stopping by.  Good luck.

  2. I think the micro-niche websites are easy to scale. I used to be against it, but after seeing a friend starting to make a good income only after 6 months I took the time to learn more about it. And I found that it is very easy to go deeper and offer better quality content to stand out from the competition in a micro-niche than in a wider niche.

    So, I totally agree with you and I hope to learn more from you soon.


    • A regular website is tough to get off the ground.  You need 3-4 longish articles per week for many months. This is a big obstacle for a lot of folks who have a message they want to share.  With a niche site, we can scale that down to 30 articles or so AND we tell you WHAT TYPE of article and HOW to write it.

      So I think that’s where the HDR way shines.  We take a good concept and we super charge it with our unique business model.

      Good luck.

  3. Hi Gustavo

    This looks like a very interesting program and one which I may well be tempted to try out, especially for the price.

    There are a number of similar programs so I’m wondering what other ones you have experience of which you can maybe give me a comparison of with HDR?

    By that, I mean programs such as MLSP or Wealthy Affiliate, etc.

    I’m looking into various ones before making a decision, such as the two I mention above. If you have experience of these, how do you feel they compare?

    • Hi Richard:

      Just to be clear.  HDR is my own e-course so it’s not like MLSP or Wealthy Affiliate.  You might think of HDR as a wrapper that fits around the Wealthy Affiliate platform.

      We take the concepts taught in the Wealthy Affiliate Platform (build an affiliate marketing website) and we add the other two pieces: integrity in marketing and micro niche vs. regular niche websites.  

      I’m embarrassed to say I’ve joined about 8 affiliate marketing programs over the years: EMP, MLSP, Online Sales Pro, PLS, 4PG.  They are all pretty quality programs.  OSP has the mobile angle going for it.  EMP’s focus is for network marketers, MLSP has great training. 

      WA is my digital marketing platform of choice. It is what we use in the Honest Digital Revolution.  WA is very affordable, it has quality leadership, honesty in their marketing, community, keyword research, training on all things digital marketing and incredible support. 

  4. Gustavo,

    I love your approach. There’s so many people on the internet hawking one system or another. Promises of riches & freedom, abundance… it’s dizzying. Your post is a little confusing as you mention that joining the revolution is completely free… then the join page requires that you pay $27 to take the course… that’s completely fair and you’re certainly entitled to charge for your services, it’s just that your messages are conflicting.

    • Hi Bob. How embarrassing as I’m trying to launch the Honest Digital Revolution.  I have been jumping back and forth between a free AND paid version of HDR.  You probably saw an old landing page.  Since you caught the error, I’d be willing to comp you the training for free if you are interested.  

      Can you send me the URL of the offending page? 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by.

  5. Helo, Hey there, I actually stumbled upon your site but I must confess it is really amazing. With so many useful and quality content, also very well written. I have really been impacted with so much knowledge.
    I will definitely visit your site in the future, thank you very much for sharing your knowledge with us and good luck.


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