Affilorama is a website created by Mark Ling that provides training and tools to help you to become a successful affiliate marketer.
What does the product offer?
Affilorama provides extensive coverage on different aspects of affiliate marketing. As well as the training Mark Ling uses Affilorama as a platform to sell his own tools which provide solutions to a number of aspects of affiliate marketing. These are comprised of a premium membership, affilotheme, afilloblueprint and afillojetpack. According to Mark Ling these all help Affilorama to “minimize the potential hurdles for aspiring affiliates, enabling them to start seeing success from their affiliate business sooner”.
How does the product work?
The training aspect of Affilorama is based predominantly off the experience of creator Mark Ling who has been an internet marketer since 1999. In terms of the products, affilotheme gives users a specially developed WordPress theme. Affiloblueprint gives users a structured step by step blueprint for building a business and finally afillojetpack provides “done for you” content and the aforementioned WordPress theme. Premium Membership provides access to a wider amount of training than is available in the free training.
What is the initial investment?
There are a number of different costs involved with Affilorama depending on what you sign up for. The premium package can be trialled for a month at a $1 cost after which the cost goes up to $67 per month. Affilotheme costs $97, affiloblueprint comes in at $197 whilst afillojetpack costs a staggering $997.
What is the rate of return?
Mark Ling says that it is his intention to help all his members earn at least $500 per week from Affilorama and its related products.
Affilorama has a lot on offer but you definitely pay a premium for it. The problem is that I am not convinced that it is worth it. The products seem to be overly expensive for what is on offer (something I will look at in greater detail if I look at each product individually) and really Affilorama seems to have a lot of hype but I don’t see much to warrant $67 per month. Personally I would give this a miss in favour of a different training product.