It’s another one of those making money online programs that is centered around selling a clapped out membership that supposedly makes you money by selling other people’s shit.
It is promoted by damn near every high level course member who only gets paid through their affiliate links to the course. Yep, you read that right…
Sellouts, it’s promoted by sellouts.
It’s supposed to show you how to become a “6 figure affiliate marketer” but most members don’t make money promoting other products.
That’s just the truth…you won’t get rich off a shitty $6 commission
And while we have to be honest for this review…
Power Lead System does come with some very helpful information to make money online and land some massive commission checks…
But it’s outdated AF!
At the end, I’ll answer some of the most frequently asked questions regarding Power Lead System and cheap affiliate marketing in general.
And most importantly, I’ll show you the exact system I used to build my own internet marketing business to over $40,000 a month in mostly passive income.
This system made me swear off affiliate marketing for good, because it uses some of the same skills but in a much more powerful and profitable way!
But more on that later.
For now let’s hop into all things Power Lead System!
If you get to sell the PLS product and recruit a member for $30 per month, you earn a commission of $20 and the next qualified affiliate gets $10.
Next, when you sell their Free Ad Secrets program for $147 per month, you earn a commission of $100 and the next qualified affiliate gets $25.
For Social Profit Academy that’s valued at $500, you get a commission of $500 then the next qualified affiliate gets $50.
Last is the Master Traffic System program at $1,497 which will give you $1,000 in commission and $200 for the next qualified affiliate.
But there are prerequisites that you need to fulfill before you can earn these commissions:
They will also charge you for the merchant processing fees which are 4.97% of your sales. This percentage covers charges for refunds and chargebacks.
Yeah, that sounds like a dumb policy, and if you’re gonna put in the amount of grueling work to become an Affiliate Marketer (which, trust me, isn’t easy), you might as well bring in some REAL money.
The program that helped skyrocket my online business to $50,000+ per month teaches some of the affiliate marketing skills, but shows you how to monetize them in a much, MUCH more profitable way.
The Power Lead System training program is not a scam, for sure.
Question is, is it the best way to generate income online?
I am saying this on the account of their compensation plan which I find tough to consistently maintain and build.
Also, the modules in the course outline seem to be lacking some important information which I believe should have been included in the program.
Does that answer your question?
It is entirely possible to build a profitable, successful online business however.
Our review team has come across a program in the real estate industry that is next level!
Although it’s not real estate in the traditional sense, it’s all digital.
Where Power Lead System falls short is in scalability.
You can’t realistically expect to be able to set up a bunch of different Affiliate Marketing blogs and get NATIONAL traffic to them.
It just takes too many resources (money included) for any regular person to bootstrap.
But what if you could make even more money off of little local websites without having to spend tens of thousands to set up an affiliate blog?
With this digital real estate program, you can profit off LOCAL traffic to your website every single day!
Sound too good to be true? Of course it does! But it isn’t…in fact, business owners wish they had this skill!
All you have to do is build and rank a LOCAL website and forward the jobs off to a business owner in town, you could even email it to them!
This works for literally any service based business, tree service, plumbing, towing, etc.
How do you get paid and how much?
Simple, after you forward the jobs off to a business owner and he makes some money off of them, you simply ask to make the deal beneficial for each other.
A fair price to charge per lead, depending on the industry is 10-20%…let’s just use the tree service industry for example and go by worst case scenario.
Let’s say you build and rank the site and only 10 jobs a month come in. The average tree service job is anywhere from $500-$2000!
That means at bare minimum you have an asset worth $500 a month!
See why they call it digital real estate now? That’s a rent payment.
The great thing is how easy it is to scale. You don’t have to worry about spending boatloads of money on a single traffic source to get CRUMBS in affiliate income.
Remember Power Lead System talking about their little 10% commission off a $50 product?
This one actually allows you to collect HUGE FLAT RATE DEALS. Truly passive income!
The training program takes making money online to a whole other level. The owner of the program walks you through how to build and rank a site hand in hand, with the occasional voice over when he is sharing his screen.
You will learn the importance of keywords, website name, how to send call notifications via email, backlinking, etc.
Once the training program is completed you will also have access to a Facebook group much better than the Power Lead System group in our opinion. This group is much more active.
Unlike Power Lead System, where you’re getting maybe $5 per sale, you could be getting 10-20X THAT.
A business will always want more leads and another job. In fact it doesn’t even matter that the job isn’t coming from their website name…they see it as it is…expanding digital real estate.
Unlike Power Lead System, more people have been able to walk away from their 9-5 job as well.
Now, I know you probably have tons of questions… So, check this out to learn more.
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