Affiliate Academy Pro Review
This post’s intent is to review Affiliate Academy Pro and tell you if I believe it is legitimate or a total scam.
First, if you are tired of online scams and want to learn a real, proven system to make money online, click on my #1 recommendation.
I used the same program and learned how to generate an income online working part time from my laptop that replaced my full time job.
I literally had almost no tech skills and was able to learn how to do it.
Now, back to the review:
I have looked at so many ways to make money online, I have forgotten most of them.
Affiliate Academy Pro is a product by Lloyd Knapman.
He’s been a very successful affiliate marketer and has created a couple programs that help people learn how to make money online.
Just to quickly review what affiliate marketing is for anyone new to the industry or this website:
There are people and companies selling products and services online.
An affiliate marketer finds people interested in those offers and when the marketer gets a buyer to the seller, the buyer buys and the marketer gets a commission.
The sellers like it because they are not burdened with advertising costs to find buyers or perhaps are not good at marketing themselves.
Lloyd’s system teaches you from start to finish how to get everything set up.
You can go to affiliateacademypro.com and sign up for his free webinar.
The webinar is actually worth watching and provides value up front.
Lloyd teaches how to find offers to promote in Clickbank and gives you a free funnel at the end just for watching.
After that, he gets to what he is selling.
His offer teaches:
Finding Profitable Offers
Access to the Facebook Mastermind Book
and there are a few bonuses to sweeten the deal.
Affiliate Academy Pro costs $497 and Lloyd asserts that the information is worth almost $9,000.
So is it a scam or legitimate?
First off, Lloyd offers a 14 day money back guarantee.
I like this but I wish it was longer because it can take a few days to get things set up.
However, Lloyd’s program is a real system that teaches someone affiliate marketing.
Ultimately, someone could use the information and set up an online business that generates an income.
So, I believe it is a legitimate offer.
Is it worth $497?
That’s the real question here.
Some people get mad that it isn’t free or for less, but the truth is that good information can change your life forever.
Also, Lloyd has spent years and his own money learning and honing these skills so in order to pass it on, I believe he deserves to be compensated.
Also, what if you were able to create an online business that replaced your income, freed up your time, and allowed you to live the life you always wanted?
What would that be worth?
Affiliate Academy Pro is not my #1 recommendation but I would recommend it to anyone if they asked for my opinion.
Thank you for reading.