Paul Nicholls and Clint Herman are presenting their Internet Marketing training: Beginner’s Guide to Affiliate Review Sites. They claim that their system is the simplest way for anyone to make money online, including beginners. They say their system isn’t like the other complicated systems that require huge financial investments and lots of work to get off the ground. They claim that you don’t need to have an email list or product of your own, you don’t need affiliates, and you don’t need to worry about all the traffic-related hassles in order to succeed. This sounds like every internet marketer’s dream. Let’s see how true these claims are.
This review wasn’t influenced or sponsored by Paul Nicholls and Clint Herman. I’m only reviewing the Beginner’s Guide to Affiliate Review Sites to enable my readers to decide whether or not it’s worth their investment.
If you don’t have enough time to read every word of this review, read this brief version: Paul Nicholls’ and Clint Herman’s Beginner’s Guide to Affiliate Review Sites isn’t going to do you much good if you’re an intermediate or advanced internet marketer because the information it holds is very basic.
Besides, the claim on their sales page that their system is the simplest, most hassle-free way to make money online isn’t accurate because what they’re teaching is what everyone else is already practicing, which requires a lot of work and isn’t hassle-free.
Newbies, on the other hand, will benefit from it because there’s a lot of hand-holding through the basic Internet Marketing lessons given by Paul and Clint. For the record, there’s a far better alternative product that covers newbies, intermediate marketers and advanced marketers, which you can get full access to for 100% free. See the details in the main body of the review.
After I checked out, there were upsells and down sells.
Contrary to what Paul Nicholls and Clint Herman promised on their sales page, their system isn’t different from the other systems out there and it isn’t as simple as they promised. Right out of the gate in the members’ area, they announce to their students that there’s work to be done.
In the members’ area, you’ll find lots of basic information. They showed their audience how to carry out niche research, using Clickbank’s platform for the exercise. That piece of information, apart from being basic, is readily available on the Internet for free. A little searching on the Internet will return a variety of free resources to learn from on that particular subject. For example, I searched “how to do niche research on clickbank youtube,” and I got over 400,000 free resources.
They also demonstrated how to register a domain name on the Namecheap platform, which is also a basic piece of information that can be accessed on the Internet for free. For instance, I typed the words “how to register a domain name on namecheap youtube,” and I got more than 400,000 resources, videos and texts returned freely for my use.
After that exercise, they proceeded to demonstrate how to get a hosting account on the HostGator platform and how to set up their DNS to point to their hosting accounts, which anyone can also learn to do freely on the Internet. Internet marketers with some experience are going to find these videos a bit boring and unhelpful because they don’t hold new lessons.
After those, they proceeded to show their students how to install WordPress, a blogging web tool, on their hosting accounts. However, there are plenty of comprehensive series of video tutorials on how to install WordPress lined up for anybody to access and learn from for free on the internet. So that video, as useful as it may be, also holds free information that you can easily access on the Internet.
They promised that their method comes with a hassle-free way to drive traffic to your offers. Well, in a sense, their traffic-driving method is hassle-free because it only requires optimizing your WordPress blog and your YouTube video for organic traffic. Organic traffic means the Internet users that naturally find your blog or video by entering the search keywords they’re optimized for.
It’s also called free traffic. Free traffic takes time to kick in and yield fruits, which means you might have to wait for a long time to get results unless you use some other traffic-driving methods, which they didn’t cover in their training – but commendably, they mentioned the availability of ample, free information on the Internet covering that subject.
Looking at things from the newbie point of view, this training is going to prove very helpful to beginner internet marketers with little to no knowledge of how to make money online because Paul Nicholls and Clint Herman did a good job of gathering these pieces of information and putting them all in one place for newbies to easily access.
However, this training is going to set them back by a couple of dollars, while I know of another product that takes the newbie from basic training to the very advanced levels of Internet Marketing for absolutely free. The training I’m talking about covers everything in Paul Nicholls and Clint Herman’s training and goes far beyond that. Yet, it costs nothing.
Just to give you some examples, Paul and Clint’s training doesn’t cover anything on email marketing. There was nothing on the importance and role of autoresponders in collecting the contact details of customers in order to keep sending them products that will help solve their problems and make you money for a long time.
Their training also doesn’t teach you how to track which aspects of your Internet Marketing efforts are doing well so that you can do the necessary tweaking to improve your results. But this 100% free, comprehensive training covers all of that and much, much more.
Don’t get it twisted, I’m not saying Paul and Clint’s Beginner’s Guide to Affiliate Review Sites training is horrible – it’s not. In fact, if they had not promised on their sales page that their system would be very simple and unique, and if it were not for the basic and free information the bulk of their training is made of, this would have been a positive review because of their thoroughness.
But the question is, if you had to choose between a good system that covers some basic grounds and will cost some money and a better system that covers all the basics, goes far beyond that, and will cost you nothing, which would you choose?
Paul Nicholls and Clint Herman’s Beginner’s Guide to Affiliate Review Sites is a great training for newbies at less than $10. But it’s mostly suited for entry-level newbies because of its basic information. However, as I mentioned before, there’s a better alternative that has newbies, intermediate, and advanced internet marketers covered for 100% free.
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Eugenson is just a regular guy, except he doesn't believe in the security of nine-to-five jobs and loves to launch out on his own, trying to realize his dreams his way and at his time. He's tried to make money online for quite some time now, purchasing product after product, and has been swindled by a lot of cyber-fraudsters masquerading as make-money-online messiahs. He has many passions, some of which include drawing, painting, writing, and watching comic movies. He's on a revenge mission to hit fiendish scammers hard by writing reviews that reveal the truth about their unethical schemes and worthless products. He hopes to stifle their online, bloodsucking businesses by forewarning their potential victims and depriving them of the payments they depend on. You can consider Eugenson a friend who's here to give you objective product reviews, helping you uncover the online vampires and discover genuine opportunities.