Affiliate Silver Bullet

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  1. lizmoss71 profile image60
    lizmoss71posted 9 years ago

    Has anyone used this? And has anyone made money from it? I just want to find out if others have found it worthwhile as all the reviews on the internet seem to be written by people who are promoting it, and it's hard to find an honest answer.

    1. Shawn Scarborough profile image77
      Shawn Scarboroughposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      I have not used Affiliate Silver Bullet.  If you are looking to get into affiliate marketing, it is hard to find a review that is not promoting the product.  One place you may want to look is the Warrior Forum.  Here is a link to a post about this program: … k-you.html

      1. shauncr profile image58
        shauncrposted 9 years agoin reply to this

        You're right the Warrior forum is great and my team and I use it a lot.

  2. profile image0
    Home Girlposted 9 years ago

    All programs are the same, they teach you the same things. They just use different names, because they want you to pay money. All information about affiliate marketing you can get free on Internet but it takes time and time is money! it's your choice. Warrior Forum is a good advice. Nowadays you cannot trust reviews on Internet, because people who create a program, write review to it and publish both. It sucks big time. You have to talk to people who really used the program. But do they want to talk?

  3. Bill Manning profile image70
    Bill Manningposted 9 years ago

    The most common form of affiliate marketing is to push programs that teach you how to make money online, ironically.

    However they all are the same with just a few differences. In fact if you buy any of those programs you will likely be told that the way to make money online is to sign up with them and push that site!

    So you make money online by pushing a site that tells you how to make money online. Which is, pay for the program so you can be told to sign up and push the site on how to make money online.

    See,,,,, smile lol

    1. lrohner profile image76
      lrohnerposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      OMG, you just hurt my brain. smile

  4. lizmoss71 profile image60
    lizmoss71posted 9 years ago

    Thanks for that. So does anyone ever actually make any money from affiliate marketing?

    1. Bill Manning profile image70
      Bill Manningposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Oh sure. Even though I said programs that show you how to make money online is very popular, there are thousands of other programs. Anything and everything that you can sell online you can find an affiliate program for.

      For example I have a Orlando tourist website. So I push Orlando hotels, vacation packages, Disney tickets and more. I also started a pet website where I push pet products, pet food and so on.

      So yes there is big money in affiliate marketing, just stay away from the ones that tell you how to make money online. The two top ones to use are these:

    2. shauncr profile image58
      shauncrposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Thousands of people all over the world make money, not all make full time money but many do. Realistically most do this part time to suppliment their existing income.

      Personally I make a comfortable living online in affiliate marketing, membership sites and more.But to be fair, I've been doing this for about 10 years now and there's very little I haven't seen, tried or tested.

      You have just got to prove it for yourself and not expect to be able do everything for nothing, because I'm sorry to say that you can't.

  5. joshuanoerr profile image60
    joshuanoerrposted 9 years ago

    Aff silver bullet is a program based on building squeeze pages (they give you a template) and using email marketing. It isn't necessarily bad, but they seem to want you to promote tons of make money on the internet programs.

    Personally, I think you can do better in choosing a niche as that space is very crowded.


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