PRODUCT : Affilorama
Owner: Mark Ling
Overall Rank: 80 out of 100
Price: The basic course is free with a decent amount of information available. The next program is $197.00
Product Overview: Here is my review of Mark Ling’s Affilorama program. I worked with this program for a while, but it seemed hard to follow.
The Affilorama program is geared to teach the complete newbie to the intermediate how to get started in affiliate marketing.
You will learn a lot about market research, content creation, site building marketing ideas, SEO, PPC, and affiliate outsourcing. But I must add, it can be confusing.
There are 90+ step-by-step training videos to get you started.
Downloadable lessons and notes.
There are some very good basics, but they are always trying to get you to spend money on upsells.
If you are not at all familiar with affiliate marketing it is a free and pretty good way to get started with a lot of information.
You will have access to a large community of people for help. You can check it out here.
The drawback is some of these people are beginners also and do not always have the best information. Some of the lessons can be overwhelming, with having to write 100 articles and start a spreadsheet, etc.
They offer an extended payment plan to make it easier for you to get upgraded.
Many of their systems are outdated. Online marketing changes so rapidly that there is a constant need to be updating the training products.
With too many options, very hard to know which program is the best for you.
Some of the information is old and dated, which may hurt your business.
No access to the creator of the Affiloroma Program, Mark Ling.
Who is Affilorama For? Affilorama is for anyone that wants to start an online business and earn some extra money.
Affilorama Tools & Training:
Video and online tools to follow.
Site ranking and analysis tools.
Premium offers more advanced training.
Interviews with successful entrepreneurs.
Content for your specific niche.
AffloJetpack: A customized website used to help you promote his products on Clickbank. Was $497, but, now is $997. Very overpriced. This package teaches you how to market within 5 different niches, having 10 choices to pick from. Also, gives you certain products to promote. Guess who’s products they belong to. Mark Ling, so you will be aa affiliate for him.
Affiloblueprint 3.0: $197 to join and then $67 per month.
A tutorial very similar to premium membership with 85 videos and 10 lessons. Also offers a number of WordPress Themes to help you build your website. But, I have found there are tons of free themes on WordPress that are very workable. The important thing is the quality of your content, that’s what’s important.
Affilotheme: A wordpress theme with training to teach you how to implement it with free hosting. $97.
You get access to special themes (WordPress) which are suppose to convert very high. You receive training on that and 1 year free hosting. When you renew in a year you have to joint Premium Affilorama membership which is another upsell.
Support: The support offered with the product is a community forum which can be slow at times and not always answered by the most knowledgeable person..
My Final Opinion of Affilorama: It is one of the better products offered in this niche.
There are so many scams that most people are unsure which way to go. There is some great training but the courses definitely needs some updates and changes made to make it a better overall product.
Also it is very pricy with too many upsells.
Wealthy Affiliate will teach you everything! It’s easy to follow and starts from the beginning and takes you step by step to get a profitable business up and running.
Plus, did I tell you that it is free to start. You can join for free and stay in the started program for as long as you like and if and when you are ready you can upgrade to Premium for $47.00 a month.
Wealthy Affiliate has over 1 MILLION member. All ready to help you succeed.
If you want to comment, please do so down below. I would love to hear from you and I will answer your questions as soon as possible. Thank you, Deanna