Product Name: Click Cash Commissions
Product Owner: Jessica James and Mike Auton
Price: $46, $49 or $90
What is it?
Basic affiliate marketing training that promotes gaining traffic through paid ads, email and social media.
Just another online gimmick promoting fast and easy money, that actually offers nothing of the sort. Click Cash Commissions provides very basic and incomplete training for affiliate marketing and focuses on methods of promotion that are ineffective, including ‘viral marketing’ through Facebook and Twitter. This is a product to avoid, especially with the high price tag.
Before You Buy
There is nothing unusual about the purchase process for Click Cash Commissions, but I personally think the purchase price is much too high for what the product offers.
An additional thing to consider before you look at buying the product is that it is through Clicksure. In many ways Clicksure is like Clickbank, but it has a much worse reputation. There are a large number of complaints about Clicksure online, and many of the products that the company promotes are very scammy in nature.
One of the biggest concerns about Clicksure is that it is not located in the United States, and the payment processor for the company appears to be in China. The problem with this is that it helps the company get around laws to represent products fairly.
Personally, I would avoid Clicksure wherever possible, particularly as many of the products hosted on Clicksure are ones that Clickbank would probably not even accept. Because of this, the vast majority of products on Clicksure are scams.
What I Liked
I liked the fact that the product did contain some training, many products don’t include that.
What I Didn’t Like
So, what do you actually get from Click Cash Commissions?
Basically, the product is training for affiliate marketing , but it is fairly simplistic training. Like many similar products, Click Cash Commissions only really teaches users how to make money promoting a single product; in this case something called MyPCBackup.
Now, don’t get me wrong, affiliate marketing is a legitimate way of making money, but I hate it when ‘training’ products try and insist that you market one specific product and nothing else. Realistically, there are millions of different products that you can promote using affiliate marketing, and you are much better off choosing the products you promote based on their merit.
Gimmicks and Hype
The hype surrounding this product is considerable, and as usual, the person in the video suggests that you can make thousands of dollars a day through the method being promoted. This is an absurd number, particularly as the approach being promoted provides $25 per sale.
Even if you were exceptionally good at selling the product, and had a large network of people to market to, I doubt you could reach the sales figures that the authors of this product promote. This means that most beginners will probably struggle to make even a single sale.
Their marketing also leaves a lot to be desired, particularly in the way that it focuses on expensive products and on the female narrator. As the disclaimer for the site points out, actors were hired, and it is very unlikely that the young woman in the video had anything to do with the product at all.
Personally, this is an approach that really bothers me, because the woman is presented basically as sex appeal.
An additional gimmick with this product is the idea that you get $25 immediately. This isn’t really the case. Instead, the company ‘gives’ you $25 within your account, but requires you to get that account up to $50. Don’t be fooled. It might be ‘just’ one sale to get profit out of the system, but getting that sale takes a considerable amount of work.
The primary way Click Cash Commissions suggests that users actually promote the affiliate product is through Facebook and Twitter. I have seen this approach promoted a lot recently, often under the misleading term of Viral Marketing.
The term viral refers to the way that things get shared and re-shared on social media, to the point that the people on social media end up doing your marketing for you. However, relatively few things on social media actually go viral, and it is basically impossible to predict what will and will not.
This means that generally speaking, social media does not work particularly well as a way of promoting products or services online on its own. Additionally, people don’t normally use social media because they are looking for something to buy.
Another major issue with this approach is that most people, particularly those who aren’t experienced in internet marketing, will only have friends and family on their social media. Promoting products to your friends and family is never an effective technique – and even if it works, you run out of people to promote to very fast.
The site does provide a second approach to promoting the product which is through a website. However, actually getting the website involves paying for hosting through a provider that is more expensive than it needs to be.
Overall, the training on Click Cash Commission leaves a lot to be desired, and there is almost no talk of legitimate free ways to get traffic that do not involve exploiting contacts you already have. This means that you end up with only a rough idea of affiliate marketing and how it works.
In fact, a lot of the training on the site is vague anyway and it doesn’t address many of the more complex elements of affiliate marketing and making money through websites. Personally, if I am going to pay almost $50 for any product that is focused on training – I want it to be very good training, and Click Cash Commissions simply isn’t.
It’s also worth noting that the $25 per sale commission comes from promoting MyPCBackup and you can actually be an affiliate of MyPCBackup directly without any costs and you even earn more per referral. This is just another indication of how little Click Cash Commissions actually offers.
A final note about Click Cash Commissions is that there is nothing at all unique about the product. In fact, every aspect of this product has been done multiple other times, and none of the approaches it promotes are even that unusual.
Who Is This Product For?
This product is only really useful for people who are new to affiliate marketing, but even then, there are better training products you can find for a similar or lower price.
Many people do successfully earn money through affiliate marketing and overall it is a fantastic field. However, if you want to get started in the field, I suggest steering clear of products like Click Cash Commissions. Instead, look for a site that offers comprehensive training, where you know what you are getting before you pay for it.
My personal recommendation is Wealthy Affiliate and this was the site that provided me with all the training that I needed to be successful in this field. Wealthy Affiliate has a large amount of up-to-date training and community support regardless of what previous experience you have. Additionally, Wealthy Affiliate is a much safer investment, because it has a free membership, and the first month cost is only $19.
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