Bring the Fresh is a product by Kelly Felix that shows users how to make money through affiliate marketing.
What does the product offer?
Bring the Fresh is an extensive website that offers training videos covering a huge number of subjects that you would need to get started as an affiliate marketer. Bring the Fresh offers videos on topics as diverse as creating a website through to search engine optimisation. Kelly Felix claims to have helped thousands of people by showing them what to do and helping them to copy his methods. As well as the core training users gain access to a forum that is allegedly 20,000 members strong.
How does the product work?
Given the claims from Kelly Felix of over 15 years of experience working in internet marketing it seems probable that the bulk of the information offered in Bring the Fresh will draw on his experience and knowledge. From what I can gather, Bring the Fresh seems to utilise WordPress for the website creation side of things (Kelly Felix talks about using free software to make your website) whilst offering shortcuts and methods of getting your affiliate websites ranked highly on Google.
What is the initial investment?
Bring the Fresh is available for a one time cost of $47. This is backed by a 60 day money back guarantee as Bring the Fresh is sold through ClickBank.
What is the rate of return?
If you believe the various testimonials for Bring the Fresh, you can expect to be earning thousands of dollars per week in next to no time. Kelly Felix actually claims that some of his websites make him $100,000 per month.
There is a lot of hype surrounding Bring the Fresh and unfortunately not a lot of detail provided about what is on offer. This sets alarm bells ringing for me and is exactly the kind of marketing that I don’t agree with. Kelly Felix pushes the idea of the little guy, you’ve been scammed, duped etc. and now here’s something that is different and will help. The problem is that from what I have uncovered with my research, Bring the Fresh doesn’t actually offer anything that hasn’t been covered by other products before now. Bring the Fresh certainly doesn’t look like the revolutionary way of looking at things that is advertised and that is disconcerting. The price isn’t terrible for a basic training course and access to the forums makes Bring the Fresh better value than most, but there are a lot of reports of extensive upsells when you get in there and that is a worrying point for me. I much prefer a product with transparency and as such I would give Bring the Fresh a miss.