This is just another product that promises easy money to beginners but fails to deliver. It’s an overly-complicated method that requires lots of experience and a large budget for temporary results. Despite the sales pitch, this product is not for beginners.
101 Digital Affiliate Hacks is a great product that delivers on its promise. It’s not going to give you everything you need to start an affiliate marketing business online, but it might help move you in the right direction. Stuart Walker, the creator, is a well-known and trusted source in affiliate marketing but this product is simply an an entry-point.
Breaking News! Stay at home mom earns $8,000/month online! Oh – you’ve heard that one before? I have. Dozens of different times on dozens of different sites. They might all have different names, but it is the same time of scam over and over again. If you’ve run across the name Melissa Johnson, then you’ve just found yet another version of the scam.
If you’ve looked into making money online before, you might have seen the name Emma Stewart tied to Online Profit System and Direct Online Income. These are both sites that promote the potential for making money online. They even look professional at first – but when you dig deeper, their scam nature starts to come out.
You might have heard the name Jennifer Becker connected to the site Earn at Home Club. Perhaps the site sounded like a really good opportunity or maybe you just wanted to know more about it. Whatever the reason, plenty of people to look for the name Jennifer Becker, trying to figure out whether she is promoting something legit, or just another scam.
Jon Morrow’s name has become synonymous with quality blogging information and Serious Bloggers Only only helps to cement his reputation. This a great product for newbies and advanced bloggers alike. It provides all the things I look for in a quality product. I have no problem recommending this course to almost everyone.
Affiliate Cash Blueprint is a short case study that doesn’t provide any detailed information at all, which is exactly what a case study is supposed to do. It’s definitely not for beginners, so with the lack of information, and the lack of support, I would suggest avoiding this product all together.
This product is baked in theory. It’s confusing right from the start and once it finally gets going you realize that everything you’re being told is based on a bunch of theorized scenarios. Save your money.
Lyoness has seen a fair bit of controversy over the years, even though you wouldn’t know it simply looking at site. Essentially, Lyoness is a program that offers money back for money you spend. One part of the site is a cashback card. It’s basically a loyalty card that you swipe to earn some of your purchase back and shopping points with the company.
This product only talks about how to get others to do your writing for you, it never even discusses how to sell the thing. There’s no advice given on marketing at all. I feel like the point Angela made could have been elaborated on a lot more. There’s really no substance to this product.