The Email Lifestyle is a great entry-level product that should have been accompanied by a more in-depth, more complete training. The big problem is that it’s just an introduction, yet Ritoban, the product’s creator, fails to mention that. You won’t learn anything new from this product and you will be on a mailing list that assumes you want to know more about all his others.
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For my #1 recommended training course, I recommend Wealthy Affiliate. With more than a decade of success stories under their belt and a thriving community, it's clear why every other training program out there just cannot compare.
Those scammy $9 PDF guide with upsells to $10,000 coaching calls sound ridiculous when you can pay $1 per day to be part of a dynamic training program with a supportive and enthusiastic community of online entrepreneurs.
For the price price you pay, Kam Jennings AKA “ZeroFatz” really over-delivers on value. He is clearly a very experienced and multifaceted entrepreneur, and has consistently stacked loads of training into the members area month after month.
My main criticism of these courses is that there seems to be no more member activity as of Dec 2014 in the comment section, so I’m not sure how easy it is to get support with your business as you build it.
There is nothing new inside Clickbank Emperor Forever. It’s full of vague information, which seems to be done purposely in order to get you to buy an expensive upsell. The product is mediocre at best.
PrizeRebel is admittedly one of the prettier survey sites out there. The company certainly took the time to make their site look good and they also made it pretty easy to use. I particularly liked the progress bar, because this offers a visual indication of how much you are earning.
Extreme List Building brings nothing new to the table. It’s simply a PDF that outlines a tactic that is covered online and in other products over and over again. It’s just a very plain product with regurgitated information. There are definitely better options.