With a name like Affiliate Millionaire Club I was expecting to see all the standard “scammy” signs when I got to the sales page. I certainly did but when I got into the back end I was surprised to find some quality to the product. But don’t get your chequebook out yet.
I am not an affiliate for Affiliate Millionaire Club and I won’t be recommending it to anyone without some massive improvements to the contents. I’ll show you what’s good and what’s bad.
I’m afraid to say there is plenty more bad than good.
Grab your coffee, put away your cash and let’s get down and dirty with the creator, Mo. We’ll see if you think Affiliate Millionaire Club is worth being a part of.
So, as the name gives away, this course is all about making money with affiliate programs. Affiliate marketing is very popular with people starting out as you don’t need to create your own product as you make a commission for selling someone else’s. You send people to the vendor’s website using a unique link and if they purchase the product, you get paid.
As for becoming a millionaire… That’s not going to happen with this course and we’ll be getting into that in a second.
It’s such a shame because this could have been good. Anyway, time for the good, the bad and the ugly.
Why do people insist on doing this! Why place ads for random products inside a members’ area? This is a massive sign that they’re just trying to get as much money out of you as possible.
The last 2 products I’ve reviewed here do this as well. It’s not like these products even compliment what you’ve just purchased. This is just Mo trying to wring every dollar and cent out of you as possible.
Argh! This is so frustrating because it doesn’t help anyone, apart from helping make Mo’s wallet bigger.
The other part that pisses me of, well 2 things, are on the sales page for the course. The whole “limited spaces left” is also a giant warning sign that this is a potential scam AND it’s also a complete lie. It’s a marketing tactic.
Again like in previous products we’ve reviewed here, this figure did not change after we bought the course. It said 10 were left before and after we purchased Affiliate Millionaire Club.
In the video Mo also says “the less you know about affiliate marketing the better” which made me chuckle. The sole reason he says this is because if you knew anything about affiliate marketing, or online business in general, you’d know that this course is pure rubbish the second you logged into the members area.
I’ll get into why but first there’s one more thing to point out about the sales video.
In the sales video on the home page there is an older gentleman who claims that he’s only been a member for just over a month and is making $500 to $900 per day with only 5 minutes of work per day.
I’d say 99.8% of people starting out would not be making this sort of money in just a month. Ignore the fact that he says he does it only working 5 minutes per day. That just makes this even more ludicrous.
Looking through the program there is no way you’d make this sort of money after a month even if you worked several hours per day. There is just not enough to the course for this to happen.
I’m not hating on Mo. There are some good things about what he has here but I still don’t think it’s worth investing your money into.
Mo says that you can host an unlimited amount of websites as part of your “sales machine” but when we look into the packages, the most you can host is 10.
There are a limited number of bad products you can promote and the websites you’re creating are just subdomains which aren’t very good either.
So the products you can recommend have apparently been chosen because they have a “track record of converting well” so Mo’s team have added them to the list.
Most of these products are junk on ClickBank which has a bit of a reputation for letting vendors sell crappy products.
The selection of products are limited.
Apparently more products are added to list every week which you can then promote. Seeing as you can only have a maximum of 10 websites anyway I don’t see this as a good thing.
Ok. Enough with the bad stuff. Let’s talk about where Mo almost had it right.
There’s only 2 good things about Affiliate Millionaire Club. First, everything is neatly laid out and second the information contained within the PDF documents aren’t too bad.
So the layout.
As you can see the course is neatly laid out. There’s a good combination of PDF files and videos to help you set up your websites and get traffic. The only shame is that the contents are very basic and have been “broad stroked” that complete beginners would definitely learn something. But not enough to see any success in my opinion.
Each topic is broken down nicely but doesn’t really go over the topic in enough detail.
For example, I was going through the “Road to 50K Mailing List” PDF and every topic in there only contained a paragraph or two. There is no explanation on how to actually achieve it. Here is an excerpt:
“Be sure you use an exit pop-up
Every successful Internet business must have a window that pops up when visitors abandon your web site or sales page without opting in or buying a product or service. This is a great place to include your photo and a brief audio message, along with just enough text to show visitors how important they are to you.
This is not the place to hard-sell visitors, unless your research tells you that customers in your target market respond to hard-selling. Otherwise, be sure to use your exit pop-up as a chance to get valuable feedback. Ask visitors why they’re leaving without signing up for a free eBook or mini-course. Entering into a dialogue with visitors at this stage of the sales cycle can save the day.”
That’s all you get on exit pop-up’s and it’s like this for every other topic.
If Mo gave more details on how to actually do what he’s talking about in the course, it could be worth the money.
Affiliate Millionaire Club is better than most I’ve seen out there but there’s definitely something missing. There is some legitimate training here but nothing that would justify the $67 price tag in my eyes.
With bad sub-domains to create your websites and a limited number of poor products to promote makes Affiliate Millionaire Club a bad course to invest in. Also the “scammy” sales techniques on the homepage and in the sales video should be enough to scare you off.
If we weren’t in the business of reviewing products I would have stayed away.
Thankfully there is something out there that can help. When we compare our free training with the Affiliate Millionaire Club you can see which is more valuable for the money you’re spending.
So close Mo… So close.
So what are your thoughts? We don’t just bash on all the products out there. If the product is good, we’ll tell you it’s good. Affiliate Millionaire Club is so close to being something that could actually help others. Do you think it could be something good too? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below. I’d love to hear if you think this product is good or bad.
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