Well, I've just come across another example of an affiliate marketing coach who charges through the nose for training that takes people down a path leading to nothing more than a waste of time and effort.
In this case, the affiliate ‘coach' teaches his students how to place ads for Clickbank products on Craigslist.
If you've come across this advice — request a refund and leave the program now!
… not to post, email, or otherwise make available Content that constitutes or contains “affiliate marketing,” “link referral code,” “junk mail,” “spam,” “chain letters,” “pyramid schemes,” or unsolicited commercial advertisement; …
Obviously, that includes posting ads that link directly to Clickbank products, which is exactly what he advises.
Perhaps, that's something that worked for him in the past — but teaching it as an affiliate marketing method to new students of the topic is just wrong… especially when the lesson is part of his “Quick Start” series.
Seriously, if he's teaching this crap, how can you trust any of his other advice?
So, like I said before, if you see this video in your training package, just cancel that $200 per month subscription and join a REAL affiliate training program – Affiliate Blogger PRO – (shameless self-promotion of my own product).
I specialize in sharing REAL, honest promotional methods that work (and don't abuse Terms of Service) — but only if YOU work. 🙂