Affiliate Project X Review - Are You Ready To Roll The Dice?

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by getagrip, Apr 2, 2007.

  1. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Can Affiliate Project X really take your affiliate marketing career to the next level? The truth is that applying the techniques in Affiliate Project X is like rolling the dice at the casino: you might win, but you may also lose.

    For example, one of the tactics found in Affiliate Project X is about playing mind games with your buyer.

    According to Affiliate Project X, instead of starting off a product review by saying good things about the product, you should start off by creating an element of doubt. It isn't until about the mid-phase of your review that you would start saying good things about the product, and then you would hopefully entice the buyer to purchase the product by offering a bonus.

    Does this work?

    It really depends on who you talk to. Some people have claimed to have made several hundred dollars in a very short period of time with the methods they learned in Affiliate Project X, while some people have LOST several hundred dollars in a very short amount of time using the same methods.

    As you can see, there is a certain amount of risk to the tactics Affiliate Project X teaches, and it gets even riskier when you apply the Google Adwords strategies found in Affiliate Project X.

    For example, Affiliate Project X recommends bidding up to $1.00 per click to get into the top position on Google Adwords. This is a risky tactic, not only because you are trying to play mind games with your visitors, but also because many products do not convert at 1 in 100!

    The final verdict:

    These are only a few of the strategies discussed in Affiliate Project X, and not all of the strategies discussed in Affiliate Project X are risky (although some are unethical). However, you must realize that you will be rolling the dice with many of the marketing tactics Affiliate Project X teaches. You might make money...but you might not.

    Affiliate Project X is more than a tad overpriced at $97. There are much better products which teach you how to earn money online, at much more affordable prices, such as Honest Riches, Wealthy Affiliate, and Beating Adwords.
     
  2. makemoneyonline

    makemoneyonline New Member

    Quoting: getagripAffiliate Project X is more than a tad overpriced at $97. There are much better products which teach you how to earn money online, at much more affordable prices, such as Honest Riches, Wealthy Affiliate, and Beating Adwords.

    I'll have to agree that honest riches is a great ebook.
     
  3. Steve_S

    Steve_S New Member

    Quoting: getagripAffiliate Project X is more than a tad overpriced at $97

    I am far too experienced to see instantly that you're not "green" when it comes to internet marketing. To my knowledge, Affiliate Project X is a true masterpiece. I hope you agree...

    I rather pay $97 for one great book than $9.7 for 10 crappy books each.

    In my whole marketing career, I have only printed out 8 books (I've read over 200 ebooks so far). Affiliate Project X was one of them. The last book I printed out was adwords180 (another masterpiece, but on a completely different level)

    Steve
     
  4. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Well, from my research, it definately seems that opinions for Afiliate Project X are on opposite sides of the spectrum. There are a lot of people who really like Affiliate Project X, while plenty of people also think it is over rated.

    Like I said, you either are going to make a bunch of money, or you are going to lose a bunch of money by applying the tactics in Project X. I guess I failed to mention that some people won't make any money at all...making it a loss of $97.
     
  5. pingbotan

    pingbotan New Member

    Seriously... does it matter if u pay 97 bucks and then if u don't like it just make a refund for it?

    or u can get it free through other ways, but we shall not dwelve on that, shall we?

    Hmm, getagrip i agree with you that his techniques are really like durians - either you like it or you don't. For example, if I were the one surfing the net for APX, I see someone who advertises on google adwords and says "Chris owes me $99 - and I 'll give u 3 FREE secrets from APX!", of course I'll click on it.

    But when I read the pre-sell page, and at the end of everything he says like "APX is the best I've ever seen" I'll go like wt* is that guy talking about man? One min he's like hating APX and the other he's hugging it. Obviously something's wrong.

    But then again...

    I think this really applies to people like us who have read tons of ebooks (big or small) that we become very skeptical towards all these pages, because we know the science behind it. It's like watching a magic show - once u know the techniques behind it, then it's not fun watching anymore, u just feel like exposing them, like what I'm doing to all the rubbish review sites out there.

    Well I was lucky, I made money through APX and DJK, but it's not easy work (but then what comes easy?)

    So ultimately, I think to really apply the technique above u really have to have value-addedness to your pre-sell page. Otherwise I would rather buy through my own link. (Or get it free somewhere else)
     

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