09 Jul 06
04 Sep 14 5:18 am
If you purchase AffiloJetpack, you actually get AffiloBlueprint included in the price. So you can have AffiloBlueprint either way. It just comes down to whether you want to pay the extra $800 for all the rest of the AffiloJetpack stuff.
I would say that if you're really serious about affiliate marketing (i.e., you've researched all the ways of making money online, and this method sounds like the best for you), and you're really serious that you want to do it by creating high-quality niche sites (as opposed to churn-and-burn exploits that you're constantly having to start over), and you're prepared to invest a bit of time in putting them together, and you're prepared for the fact that it won't necessarily earn you millions of dollars the day after you launch it.... then you should go for AffiloJetpack.
The reason is that if you buy AffiloBlueprint, and then decide that you want to do AffiloJetpack, you'll have paid $167 more than if you bought AffiloJetpack straight away. (Because AffiloBlueprint is included with AffiloJetpack.)
And if you're building AffiloBlueprint websites, you will DEFINITELY want AffiloJetpack. It is the easiest and cheapest way to get content for your website.
An extra $800 sounds like a lot of money, but I spend $20/article for my content. $800 is 40 articles. With AffiloJetpack you get around 500 newsletter articles, and something like 100 content cheat sheets (which you can turn into articles), and 15 ebooks that you can give away, and a bunch of other stuff. It is INSANELY good value.
If you're certain this is the way you want to make your bucks online, then AJP is the most sensible investment you could make. If you're still trying to figure things out though... maybe just stick with AffiloBlueprint.
Like Clayton said, there is a new version of AJP being launched extremely soon. If you keep your ear to the ground, Mark will be running some webinars with special pricing too.