Retail Berry is a newly launched product from Satish Gaire that is allegedly able to allow you to build your own affiliate marketing business based around physical products.
What does the product offer?
Retail Berry is a WordPress plugin that the creator says will allow users to tap into the “world’s largest retail database” and that you can generate a very substantial income through them. All of this sounds very impressive and the sales material for Retail Berry makes it sound like using the plugin is a very simple process that takes very little time and effort.
In terms of what you are ultimately selling, you can use Retail Berry for almost any niche because as long as Walmart sell a product, Retail Berry will allow you to market it on an affiliate basis.
As well as the core WordPress plugin itself Satish Gaire provides a comprehensive step by step instruction guide as well as 24 hour support.
The actual programme that Retail Berry is selling is claimed to be based on a simple 3 step layout however given that this includes steps like “Get your WP product, get it ranked fast and watch your profits grow – Also included are 3 additional training bonuses and free entry to a seminar in Las Vegas hosted by Chris Record.
How does the product work?
Walmart are rather late to the online affiliate platform however it seems that they are looking to make a big impression in this previously untapped (for them) market.
What is the initial investment?
There are two options available for you if you choose to buy into Retail Berry. These are a single site license at a cost of $27 or alternatively, you can buy a 10 site license for just $10 more bringing the overall cost to just $37.
Both of these prices are claimed to be limited time only and come with a full 30 day money back guarantee.
What is the rate of return?
The sales material for Retail Berry is actually pretty straight forward in terms of how much you can expect to earn. In fact, Satish Gaire makes numerous references to making over $1,000 per day.
Unfortunately, this isn’t something that is backed up with any real evidence and so I wouldn’t anticipate this being a usual result. To create some context, Walmart are claimed to be paying 10% commission.
There is some merit to Retail Berry and I can see how some users may make money off it however this is rather conditional.
The problem with things like Retail Berry is that whilst they do what they say on the tin (in this case allow you to advertise Walmart’s full range of products), this often times isn’t enough. Unless you are driving traffic towards your sales you will likely be swallowed up.
If, however you have already existing infrastructure and want to boost your income, Retail Berry is possibly worth a look.