Product Name: Affiliate Millionaire Club
Product Owner: Mo + Ahmed
Advertised Price: $67
What Is It?
Automatically create a website with content and affiliate links.
The Affiliate Millionaire Club web app really does create a website with content and links in just a few seconds, but without a business plan and continued support, most people will not make any money with it.
Before You Buy
The owner of Affiliate Millionaire club is only known by the name “Mo”, which may or may not be connected to another product Called Mo’s Success. I’m not 100% sure of this relationship, but wanted to mention it because of a lot of these “internet marketing gurus” tend to create several products and make money from product launches rather than actually using the information they sell.
The first red flag you should notice, and perhaps one of the main reasons you shouldn’t buy this is the type of advertising they use.
As someone that actually does internet marketing, I know that it can be really difficult to actually make money online. It won’t happen over night, and getting started is never easy. There is no such thing as one-click software that will make you rich.
ANY success you have is going to take a lot of hard work in the background, and more failures than successes.
But this is exactly the opposite of what the sales pitch for Affiliate Millionaire Club wants you to think.
Pictures of fast cars, beaches, and expensive houses is the kind of things they show you to make get your heart racing and make you think that today is your lucky day.
What they don’t tell you is that this video was email blasted out to thousands of other folks just like you.
What I Liked
The software works and does create a website. I can’t complain about that. I can see that someone with internet marketing experience and knowledge of things like PPC, media buys, solo ads, or someone that already has a list could make money with this product.
However, it’s certainly NOT for newbies.
What I Didn’t Like
Though actors are used in many forms of advertising, it’s usually obvious when actors are use. If there is any question of whether it’s real or fake, there is usually some kind of disclaimer stating who is an actor and who isn’t.
The people in these testimonial videos are clearly actors. In fact, I found them listed on Fiverr. You can get them to promote ANY product for just $5. The faces you see are some of the most widely used in the internet marketing industry, and they have been used with other make-money scam products.
Automation Doesn’t Work
Real people are buying the products you sell, not robots. So if you have a robot create the content for your website it simply will not convert into sales.
The introduction video for Affiliate Millionaire Club says that your site is filled with 100% unique content. But where doe that content come from?
It’s very likely that it comes from two sources:
- 1. PLR content. This is not unique and it’s sold to hundreds or thousand of people that will also put it on the internet. It can be made unique by using an article spinner, but the results of spinning content are often unreadable.
- 2. Stolen from other websites. This is a very common black hat method of getting content on a website. This can also be spun to make it unique. Again, this is not only unreadable most of the time, but it’s also unethical.
You also do not have control over where your links are placed. Although the software is supposed to choose good places for you, I doubt that a robots judgment could be better than my own.
Not only are we deceived into thinking that we will be getting a 100% unique website that will convert into thousands of dollars in profit for us, other language is used to make newbies think that this is “legit”.
One particular comical moment was when the video said that to get traffic, our website will be automatically submitted to Google for indexing so we can rank for our keyword.
The fact is, getting your website indexed in Google is incredibly simple, and is only the first step in the process of online marketing.
Only through consistent work on your website (and adding unique content over a period of time) will you be able to establish any authority in Google and rank. How to rank a website for certain keywords is a huge topic of discussion and will NOT happen quickly for anyone.
They also forget to mention the fact that you’ll be using a subdomain of a predetermined domain based on the product you use, which I believe will work AGAINST your rank (as opposed to owning your own TLD like a .com)
Not for Newbies Nor Experts
There is a serious lack of training and support for Affiliate Millionaire Club. In fact, there’s no “club” atmosphere at all. Online communities touting community support are the majority of products I recommend because they allow you to work with other folks and grow your businesses together.
Working in a box with only an outsourced tech support team to consult is not a recipe for success.
And although I think that someone with internet marketing experience could make money with these sites, why would they want to? They can buy a domain for $10 at Namecheap and article spinning software for $20. There’s no reason to use software like this for them.
So we are stuck in a very common situation with many make money products: It’s not basic enough for newbies, and not useful to anyone with internet marketing knowledge.
You might be able to make some sales with this, but you certainly won't make a million dollars.
The main things that this product were missing were newbie-targeted training and personal support. I also personally believe that a site like they made will struggle to make money because of the way they set it up.
If you want to learn how to build websites and make money through affiliate marketing how I do it, I recommend you read about how I got started and how you can follow my steps.
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