Affiliate Millionaire Club Short Review
Name: Affiliate Millionaire Club
Summary: The Affiliate Millionaire Club is a software that produces partial “websites” for it’s members. In three simple steps you can create a done-for-you, single page website. Also provided is a short list of categories which determines the type of site you can create.
This is not the first time I’ve come across a software like this, and in my opinion, the websites are deficient and not a dependable way of creating income online.
What Is The Affiliate Millionaire Club
The Affiliate Millionaire Club tells you that their software can produce income generating mobile-friendly website(s) for you in seconds.
After witnessing a short demonstration of the software during the sales video, this seems to be true.
My problem with the Affiliate Millionaire Club is not what the software can do, but instead what it creates.
These websites DO NOT do well in terms of conversions, SEO, or most importantly, in the eyes of the visitors. They’re unoriginal and you can’t expect to create a full-time income online relying on these kinds of sites let alone this software.
Here’s an image of the site shown in the Affiliate Millionaire Club video:
Can you make money utilizing this software and it’s tasteless sites? Maybe.
If these sites are really as great as they say on the Affiliate Millionaire Club’s sales page, then why do they feel the need to pay “actors” to give false testimonies…
The Fake Testimonies
For those who are just coming from the Affiliate Millionaire Club (AMC) website, I’m sure you remember “Old Man Dave”.
Old Man Dave was featured as someone who has never made money online, failed after trying numerous products, but now makes over $500 per day after working with the Affiliate Millionaire Club team for just one month.
None of this is true.
Meet Old Man Steve:
Old Man Steve can be found on Fiverr.com, and has made money online by providing companies like the Affiliate Millionaire Club with false testimonies.
All A Coincidence?
Maybe Steve found the AMC software and now uses it to earn his income. This still doesn’t explain why the only other testimony found on the website comes from the testimonies section at Fiverr.com, also:
Truth be told, I see these false testimonies happening all the time with these get rich quick products. My advice, run the opposite direction.
More On The Websites
As mentioned, there is a chance you can make money with the Affiliate Millionaire Club. I will even share the pros of what they claim their program includes, as well as the cons.
- They have some training, at least 5 Steps
- Includes unlimited hosting, bandwith, and domains (according to the sales video)
- 1 on 1 coaching
- Software appears easy to use
- You are given landing pages, even though you are continuously told that they’re “complete websites”
- These landing pages will not rank will in terms of SEO
- The landing pages are not user friendly, and unattractive
- These “sites” do not convert well
- The fake testimonies and over hyping sales video
- These done-for-you programs/systems/software are NEVER a solid way of building income online and usually turn out to be scams
Is Affiliate Millionaire Club A Scam
The Affiliate Millionaire Club is a risky investment in my opinion. Therefore, I do not recommend it.
You are given ‘copy n paste’ single page websites, or landing pages, which anyone who decides to purchase this system can create duplicates.
Keep in mind everything is done for you. The verbiage, the images, etc.
This kind of duplicate content is a terrible idea and is bad for business. Mainly due to the fact that Google, Yahoo, Bing, and the other search engines will more than likely never recognize your business.
You will have to resort to social media or paid advertising in order for people to find your “website”. I noticed the Affiliate Millionaire Club pushing something called Click.org, a traffic exchange website.
I wouldn’t rely on this either. (If you decide to buy Click.org, AMC gets a percentage of that purchase, just something to keep in mind).
The underlying issue with the Affiliate Millionaire Club and it’s software, is that they are forgetting one very important detail. Real people will be visiting and buying from these sites.
From what I have seen in the brief software presentation, I don’t think much people will actually make a purchase after visiting such a stale, scammy looking website.
These landing pages are ultimately the backbone of your business and all that the Affiliate Millionaire Club has to offer.
Create What YOU Want
When it comes to starting a business online, your best option will always be to create something YOU enjoy.
Regardless of what your passions, hobby, or interests are, you can successfully earn consistent income from home. There is no need to rely on some crappy, done for you websites or fictitious software.
You can begin building your own full-time home business today. The first step is to choose which business model you would like to pursuit.
To learn more and get started, visit my page on Your Best 6 Options For Starting An Online Business.
Questions or comments regarding the Affiliate Millionaire Club? Feel free to leave them below and I will do my best to help you out 🙂