Take It Review (Brendan Mace) – DON’T!

Take It Review

Welcome to my Take It review of the newest software by serial launcher, Brendan Mace.

What is this system that allows you to ‘take over’ any website you want, along with its authority and viral traffic, and replace its links with your own to monetize instantly?

Does such a thing really exist? Is it even legal?

I will be upfront here, because this is just SO WRONG. This must be one of the lowest quality products I have ever seen, in my time as an internet marketer doing hundreds of product reviews.

Do not use this, because your name and reputation will go down the drain, even if you have not yet gotten into trouble with those big corporations that you are stealing from.

Stick with me until the end, as I point out all the red flags in Take-It, and explain why this method will send the people using it to their downfall.

Without further ado, let’s dive right in now!

Take It Review Summary

Product: Take-It

URL: https://www.take-it-app.com/

Creator: Brendan Mace

Product type: System that clones web pages off the internet

Price: $22

Rating: 1 out of 5

Scam / Legit? : Legit (you do get a software that will do what it claims to do)

Recommended or not? : NOT recommended

Take-It helps you to grab pages from authority websites on the internet to call your own. You can then redirect it to your own offers.

This is wrong, and it won’t work. Traffic does not follow the page that you copy. You will end up with a software that does nothing to your online earnings. Worse still, you may hear from an attorney or two.

What is Take-It

To find out what is Take It, let us first take a look at its website:

take it home page

Take-It is an app that clones any page you choose in seconds, and instantly monetizes it with one click. Anyone who can copy and paste can do this.

Frankly, I do not like how it sounds at all on the sales page.

But I’ll leave my opinions for a later section.

Here, I will try to present the bare facts as it is: what you will get inside Take-It.

Copy an authority site

Basically you choose a preferred niche, and find an authority website that has a massive amount of traffic. Pick a page that is newsworthy, and enter its URL into Take-It.

There. You would have your very own professional-looking, attention grabbing website.

Now all you have to do is monetize it.

Add your money pages

Take-It allows you to add your links to affiliate offers, so that you can start selling to your audience.

You can also set pop-ups on the pages for people to opt in to your subscriber list, so that you can start emailing them whatever offers you may have.

The software allows you to integrate some of the popular email autoresponder service providers, like Aweber, Campaign Monitor, GetResponse, iContact, Mad Mimi, and MailChimp.

In just a few steps of setting up, you can SUPPOSEDLY monetize your cloned pages right away, because you are leveraging the built-in traffic of the sites you clone.

Those authority sites are already driving traffic, so you can forget about SEO (search engine optimization) and all that nonsense.

If you just share your cloned sites on social media, you will get even more viral traffic.

Red Flags in Take-It


Over time reviewing many online products, I thought I had learnt to keep my cool, and extend my understanding that product vendors are simply responding to the market demand.

Where people are looking for fast and easy ways to make money, they will create products that claim to do that.

But with this Take-It, I find it very disturbing that Brendan Mace is actually telling people to clone pages off authority sites.

take it clone sites

What makes people think that these sites will not send their lawyers after them?

Huge corporations spend a fortune developing their sites. Do you think they will sit there and do nothing if they knew their pages were being cloned?

They have their entire brand to protect.

Users of Take-It use the cloned pages as a front to appear like some giant authority in the niche, and then send their audience to some offers that may or may not be of high quality.

The reputation of those big names are at stake.

I really wouldn’t do this.

Even if you say ‘let’s play it safe’ and clone off a smaller website, it is still illegal. The creator of any content owns its copyright. No one has any right to take it and call it their own.

Traffic from authority sites will not follow your cloned page

Brendan Mace reiterates on his sales page that the viral traffic from those authority sites will follow you, so you would have no problem getting traffic to your offers.

All I can say is – BS.

He is targeting complete newbies in the internet marketing space, who have no idea how things work.

The cloned page is not even a proper website. You do not get the coding behind the page, those menu buttons do not work. It is a dead page, onto which you will redirect people to your own offers.

Visitors landing on your page will not be able to navigate to get to other parts of the website. They will know right away it is a fraud.

And in the first place, think about who will even land on the cloned page? It will never appear on search engines, because it is duplicate content.

People looking for that original website will land where they want to be – that original.

No one will land on the clone, unless you make the effort to drive traffic to it.

Social media, as what Brendan suggests?

Would you want to trick people in your social circle with such a plot?

I leave the choice with you. I have done my job of offering my honest opinions about Take-It, based on my knowledge and experience as an internet marketer.

What Take-It Does Exactly

If you really buy Take-It, it will allow you to clone pages off any website you want. You will get free hosting of these pages, and you can send whatever traffic that lands on it to your own offers.

If you do not know how to get traffic to the cloned page, it will just sit there and do nothing. At least getting crickets may be a much better thing than getting attorneys’ emails.

To round up this article, let me recap and summarize the pros and cons, before I finally make my conclusion.

Pros of Take-It

1. Real owner

Yes, Brendan Mace does show himself as who he is. At least he doesn’t hide behind the computer screen like so many other product vendors.

Still, this is a huge disappointment.

I don’t think I have ever recommended any of his products before (Goodwill, Eclipse, Smash My Campaigns, 7 Minute Sales Machine, and Aurora, to name just a few), but this Take-It must be the most trashy of the lot.

2. 30 day money back guarantee

This basic refund policy is in place, for people who are dissatisfied with the product.

3. You do get your cloned pages

If that’s what you really want, then yes this app can work in getting you those cloned pages.

Cons of Take-It

1. Not the right thing to do

No matter how tempting it sounds, taking other people’s content and putting your own offers to it is simply not right.

2. You won’t get the promised traffic

Traffic from authority sites will never follow you to the clone. What Brendan wants you to believe is so far from the truth.

If it were true, nobody would have to work. We should all just clone pages and sit back to collect our paychecks.

3. Upsells

If you buy Take-It, you will face its OTOs (one time offers). Do not be pressured by the scarcity tactic to buy these upgrades, for they will be there for as long as this product exists.

Take your time to go through the front end product to see if it really gets you the results you want, then you can consider its upsells. If the front end is no good, the upsells will not get any better.

The OTOs in Take-It are:

OTO1: $67 – Take It Maxed

OTO2: $197 – Take It DFY

OTO3: $97 – Take It Effects

OTO4: $197 – Unlimited Traffic (wasn’t there supposed to be viral traffic that comes along with the clones already, Brendan?)

OTO5: $167 – License rights

Is Take-It Scam or Legit?

I won’t really call it a scam, because the software will do what it’s meant to do.

Proceed with care, though.

An Alternative

Everyone wants to be rich, but guess who will make it?

It’s a very natural thing, that’s just human nature. I mean, find me someone who doesn’t want to get rich fast, and with minimum effort.

I wasn’t spared of all the temptations on the internet, hopping from one shiny object to the next.

But when I realized those empty promises are only going to make other people rich, and not me, I stopped looking for shiny objects.

I found a dull-looking object, but I knew in my heart that is the real deal. And from then on, I have never looked back.

An honest, down-to-earth method that will get you there. It’s not going to be easy, but it will get you there.

Versus the fast and easy way to empty your pockets and get you nowhere.

Which would you choose?

I am now working full time from home, growing my internet business, and making an online income. I started from scratch with zero knowledge in this area. If I can do it, you can, too.

Here’s a peek into my daily earnings:

That’s almost $200 in just one single day. It’s nothing to boast about, though, as it’s just a small fraction of its full potential. I just wanted to show you the possibilities.

Check out this training platform that provides all the resources, tools, along with an entire community of aspiring as well as already successful online income earners:

This real deal does not promise instant results.

Instead, it provides the knowledge and lifelong skills required to grow a successful online business.

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If you have any concerns or questions regarding this Take It review, do comment below, and we will start a conversation from there.

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