17 Apr 09 11:38 pm
In regarding your original question...
"Please can any one recommend any thing about these two sites "wealthy affiliate" & Mack Michaels "Maverick Money Makers", would like to see some good evidence for joining any of these, all the reviews that i have seen on mmm has been with people selling there affiliate?"
Wealthy Affiliate is a good program, and it has a lot to offer. Yes, I am a member and by default an affiliate. But although WA has a lot to offer its members and can be a great place to learn everything (well, maybe not everything) you need to learn about affiliate maketing, it is not right for everyone. We all learn a little differently and at our own pace. But I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to a friend. I tell them... "if nothing else, you can try it for a month or two, start out with the 8 week training course, and see if it works for you... if not, just cancel". At worst, you spent $40/mo and learned a bunch of stuff you didn't know about affiliate marketing. If you like it and want to stay, then opt for the annual payment which works out to be about $30/mo.
Now about Maverick Money Makers... hey, a lot of affiliates are promoting this program. It has an awesome gravity on Clickbank, great payout to affiliates, AND I just loved watching Mack's videos. I was "sold". BUT, I still did a little due dilligence and found someone who actually bought the program, used it, and discovered that it doesn't work as proclaimed in the sales letter. Basically, the only ones making money with MMM are affiliates selling MMM... not using it.
Boy, was I disappointed! There's a lot more that I learned about Mack Michaels and MMM.... all negative, so I stayed away from it. At best, it's a "bait and switch" program, at worst it's a scam... you decide. It does pay very well to affiliates that can sell it, but in this economy, I want to help people - not hurt them! If you are interested in MMM because of the sales page and what the sales page is selling... stay away, because it doesn't work.
Now what others have said about Affilorama and Affiloblueprint are true. If you follow Mark's Affiloblueprint, you should be successful. It's a good program. I enjoyed version 1, and am looking forward to version 2.0.
And as stated above in earlier posts... focus on one thing at a time, one program or system only. Skipping around from one program to another is a recipe for failure. Find something that works for you... master it, and then move on to something else. I don't think you can go wrong with WA or Mark's Affilo-products... but choose one and stay with it.
Hope this helps. Good luck...bj