Partner with Bacak is an opportunity to receive training and create an online business and with the help of known online marketer Matt Bacak.
What does the product offer?
Partner with Bacak offers users the chance to work with Matt Bacak. He says that he will teach users how to successfully run an online business by sharing the techniques that he uses in running his own business. Also provided are a number of different “components” such as a pre-loaded sales funnel , a “bank of backend offers” and a number of pre written marketing emails for sending to your list.
How does the product work?
Most of what Matt Bacak is providing in Partner with Bacak is his knowledge. Essentially you are buying access to a number of different products that are ready to be marketed on an affiliate basis. As well as this are the tools needed to start selling them. Partner with Bacak uses these two aspects in order to help you start selling products that are “already selling”.
What is the initial investment?
Partner with Bacak sells for a one off cost of $49.99 during month which then rolls over to a $9.95 fee per month for hosting costs. There is a money back guarantee in place or Partner with Bacak but it is difficult to tell whether this is a 30 or 60 day agreement as both are mentioned at different points.
What is the rate of return?
There is no specific rate of return mentioned when looking at Partner with Bacak, the closest you get is the mention that there will be products offering 100% commission on sales anywhere between $7 and $77.
Partner with Bacak seems to be a pretty well thought out product and there is little doubt that Matt Bacak understands how to successfully run an online business. My issue with Partner with Bacak is the same one that I have with any product like this, namely how many other people are selling the same products in the same ways? Partner with Bacak is clearly aimed at beginners so it seems likely to me that there will be a number of people who have signed up for this who will all be competing directly with one another which in turn makes me doubt how many sales you can reasonably expect.