What’s Up Ya Crazy Internet Marketing Fanatics!
It’s ya boy Danyon Togia back in the house, and I’m ready to give you a faceful of raw honesty as I review some more internet marketing products. Today, I’ll be going through Affiliate Titan created by Chris and Ken (quite vague, huh). They claim that the Affiliate Titan system is helping them make over $10,000 per day in commissions. They also claim that it will help you make make money from the most profitable affiliate programs with 100% free traffic and in the shortest amount of time.
Let’s see if Chris and Ken’s affiliate marketing training product can deliver the goods.
Oh, and by the way… The team here at Stopping Scams is dedicated to delivering you honest, real, authentic product reviews. If a product is crappy, we’ll say it’s crappy. We’re all about providing you with useful information that you can use so you don’t waste any time or money on low-quality I.M. products.
With that being said, let’s move onto the review.
If you haven’t got time to read the whole review, and you just want the yes-or-no verdict, here it is:
Affiliate Titan is just another crappy I.M. product that you shouldn’t waste your money on. The sales claims that Chris and Ken have made are overhyped, the money-making method that they promote is low-quality and is sure to fail, and it’s full of crappy upsells and promotions of other crappy products.
Great products that I’ve reviewed, both I.M. ones and health and fitness ones, tend to have a maximum of two upsells. Obviously, this isn’t a rule of thumb, but it’s just a general trend that I’ve noticed whilst reviewing over 50 products. Unfortunately, Chris and Ken offered a total of four products after the purchase of Affiliate Titan.
After skipping the upsells, I went through the training videos and software and found a few noteworthy points to talk about.
Chris and Ken promote a money-making method that is simple in theory, but difficult in execution:
This is the same process that TubeLoom and other crappy I.M. products.
Now, keep in mind, it’s not the process itself is low-quality, but rather that people like Chris and Ken are advocating it in a low-quality way. They advocate tactics along the lines of “create short 1-2 minute videos and lace the video’s metadata with keywords, upload it to Youtube, and hope that you get ranked on the top of the page.”
You’ll see many people on Youtube doing the same process, and they always only have a maximum of 150 views (and I’m assuming a maximum of one person at most would buy it), and these people will ALWAYS get outdone by the big boy, honest competitors like the team here at Stopping Scams.
Build quality and long term, and the money that you make will reflect that. Build short and crappy, and you might make a quick buck, but you’ll be washed out fast.
Chris and Ken claim to include “revolutionary” software that will make this whole, entire process a breeze. They’ve included 6 pieces of software that, unfortunately, are free tools at a cost.
Four of the software are just search tools to help you find affiliate programs to promote, but this process can be done for free using the affiliate vendors such as Clickbank, JVzoo, etc.
Another tool they provide “apparently” creates proven sales page based on the type of affiliate product you’re promoting. However, it’s just a bunch of spun content with your keywords filled in the blank spots.
Ultimately, the software and tools they’ve provided that apparently makes the whole process easier is just a bunch of free, low-quality software at a cost.
Another trait that crappy I.M. products tend to have is that they all make these outrageous, overhyped sales claims that are never lived up to. Chris and Ken are no different; they’ve claimed that they make over 5 figures a day with this system and that you can make up to $8,000 a day if you use it too.
It’s unfortunate that people can so easily fall into these traps because of the outrageous numbers they use and the fact that they claim it’s super easy to do…
Then again, it’s just another reason for me to decimate their product in my reviews.
And that’s about it for Chris and Ken’s Affiliate Titan!
Affiliate Titan gets a solid D for me, and for the following reasons:
A solid thumb down for you, Chris and Ken.
If you have any questions or comments in relation to Affiliate Titan or any other product I’ve reviewed, just reach out and ask! The team here at Stopping Scams is dedicated to your internet marketing success, and we’ll do the best we can to ensure you become a pajama-wearing, filthy rich internet marketer!
To Your Success!