The Super Affiliate Network Review – My Advice: BE CAUTIOUS!

Welcome to The Super Affiliate Network Review!

I have heard of this program a while back but didn’t want to write a review until I had the information necessary to write it and now that I have what I need, I’ll be giving you my HONEST OPINION on this program. I would like to congratulate you on doing your research before jumping into a program that promises riches.

There are just too many scams on the internet and it can be hard to tell whether a program is legit or a waste of your time and money, and the same thing applies to The Super Affiliate Network.

By the end of this review, you’ll learn how this program operates and you’ll be able to make an informed decision about whether the program will be right for you or not.

The Super Affiliate Network Review At A Glance

Website: TheSuperAffiliateNetwork.com/get-ready-to-launch

Owner: Misha Wilson

Purpose: Make money online doing “affiliate” marketing

Price: $1 Trial + Various upsells

Do I Recommend It?: NO… There are better and more cost-effective options available.

What Is The Super Affiliate Network?

First of all, I have to say that Misha Wilson is a REAL person. He has been very sucessful with affiliate marketing and after some time, he decided to create his own program to help people make money online, and The Super Affiliate Network was born.

But being all successful does not guarantee that his program is going to be recommendable, as we have seen over and over again with so many other programs, like Blistering and Bang Bang Profits. 

I mean, the sales page is enough to tell us just that; there are some tactics used that I have seen scammers or low-quality programs use, such as fake scarcity. They tell you that there are only a few spots left when that’s not the case. 

Misha tells you about this opportunity being stolen from you by somebody else and is a pressure tactic that I have seen used MANY times as well. Any opportunity that pressures you into anything, is a red flag to me. Your decision shouldn’t be rushed and you should have the right to take as much time as you need.

I don’t like to dwell on the negatives when there are a few positive things to say about the sale video and that’s the fact that the testimonials are from real people. You won’t find paid testimonials like so many of the other scammy or low-quality products (like Click Click Cash and EZ Bay Payday).

That being said, let’s dive right into how the program works.

How Does It Work?

The program is said to be a complete “business in a box” (as per the pre-sales page that I personally stumbled across) and it was trying to sell me a “Solo Ads” training manual for $7. What kind of feeling would YOU get if you were being sold on an upsell before even getting to the sales page of the actual program?

Not pleasant, right?

But after signing up for your trial of $1 (which will then change to $47/month after your first 30 days), you can expect to come across more upsells before you come to the members’ area. After my thorough research, here’s what I found out about the program.

The training is actually good for beginners and the concepts can be applied to any program or product that you want to promote online. It’s step by step and easy to understand. You will make money through the program by recruiting others into it.

There are a few membership levels within the program that can be generally broken down into three; Basic, Pro and the Maui Intensive Mentoring. Naturally, each of these programs will not cost the same, with the Maui Intensive Mentoring level costing upto $12,500!

Yeah, I gasped too…

Additionally, you will have to become part of (meaning, BUY) the HIGHEST level in order for you to become eligible to make any commissions off the sales of that same level and anything below it. For example, if you are part of the Basic membership and somebody you refer to the program comes in at the Pro membership, you make NOTHING.

Most of the compensation will vary between 40% and 70%, which I think is great compensation. You will also make 5% on each person your referral refers to the program for some incentive to help your referral as much as you possibly can. 

You’ll also have one-on-one coaching calls, which can be good or bad. The good is that, depending on who you get as a mentor or coach, they could genuinely be interested in your success and will give sound advice. Some others could really only be after your money, to push you to upgrade to other levels with promises that you’re going to make your money back.

I know it’s not fair to compare The Super Affiliate Network to other programs like MOBE or Digital Altitude (which were closed down by the FTC actually), but these two programs used the pretext of “coaches” to push members into investing more and more into their programs, just so the owners could make more money.

To me, this similarity does not really bring any good vibes. If you do end up buying the program, I would advise for you to be cautious.

Why I Advise For You To Stay Away

Although the training is good and can be applied to any business online, the training is still geared to promoting the system itself. A solid business has an opportunity side as well as a service or product that can be sold to anybody else NOT wanting to recruit for the business.

For example, a Walmart has products that can be sold to the general public and it also gives the opportunity to others interested, to open their own Walmart franchises. A business based ONLY on recruiting is like a Walmart that promotes opening other Walmart franchises, which as you can see, is not a stable business model at all.

I’m not saying that you won’t make money, because Walmart makes a ton of money by people wanting to open Walmart Franchises all over North America, but this model will become saturated at one point because there won’t be anybody willing to BUY a franchise once there’s a franchise on every corner of the street, right?

The same thing happens to a program that only RECRUITS. There aren’t actual products for others to use.

Another reason that I would stay away, is because of the fact that this program boasts being an “affiliate” network when it really operates like an MLM (multi-level marketing). 

Being an affiliate of a program means being the “mouthpiece” promoting a program and not necessarily “selling” it. Real affiliate programs don’t require for you to BUY the product in order for you to be able to make money from promoting it. 

Take the Amazon Affiliate program for example; you can become an affiliate and promote any product for FREE and Amazon will pay you commissions on each and every sale that YOU generate for its vendors. You don’t actually have to BUY the product from the vendors in order to have the right to promote it.

But it’s different with The Super Affiliate Network. You cannot actually promote the program UNLESS you become an ACTIVE member, meaning that you have to PAY and follow the training to the T. Additionally, you just won’t get paid for your efforts, if your referral comes in at a HIGHER level than you are at.

And the fact that you also get paid on different levels does not help things; this is more like an MLM and not an affiliate business at all. But even that is put into questions because there isn’t really a way to make money OUTSIDE of recruiting.

Hmm… could it be a pyramid?

One More Aspect To Consider

The sales video really does not make any GUARANTEES as to how much you will make, but it does show you the potential. And I must say that the potential is HUGE. I mean, $500K in a month! Who wouldn’t want that kind of income?

But further below the video, you find an INCOME DISCLAIMER page. As much as I appreciate that this disclaimer is included for you to go over before joining the program, it’s not bery reassuring. Here’s a table within the Disclaimer that shows you how much people are actually making with the program, between April 2016 and August 2018;

The way that I’m reading it, is that only 12 people are making a full time income (meaning, at least $1700/month). I’m sorry, but that’s an incredibly low success rate. It may be because of the fact that it’s still a fairly new company (going on 3 years old) but for the number of times that I have seen this program being promoted, it’s low.

Reading further along, we come to know that most people will invest between $3000 and $12000 in this business and as we can all see, most don’t even make that money back. Within the past 2 years, as per the table, 12 – 20 people ( from the Influencer, Leader and Builder groups) were able to make 100% of their money back, while most of the others struggled.

Sure, it takes time to grow an online business and nobody knows this better than me, but I have to say that this program is WAY overpriced for the average person to be able to able to make their investments back.

The Super Affiliate Network Review – Final Thoughts

Although I have to admit that the training is good, I wouldn’t recommend The Super Affiliate Network. Sure, there is potential to make money with the program but I think that the biggest barrier that you will face, is the fact that the investment into this program is too big.

The returns CAN be big too, but most people won’t be able to go the next level and to invest $3000 – $12,000 into a program, and that’s going to limit your income as well. 

What I also don’t like, is how this program is advertised like an “affiliate” program when it really has NOTHING similar to one. This is more like an MLM and those promoting the program should be more upfront about it. 

Additionally, there are some question marks regarding categorizing this program as an MLM even, seeing as there isn’t a product that would benefit somebody who does not want to PROMOTE the program. More over, you also have 1-on-1 coaching, where you COULD be pushed into investing more than you can afford.

Although you can do whatever you like with your money, I would NOT recommend The Super Affiliate Network because of all the obvious reasons that I have outlined within this review. 

What I Recommend Instead – It’s Making Me Passive Income!

Now, how would you like to start a REAL affiliate marketing business, for COMPLETELY FREE? Yes, that’s possible. It’s a far cry from $3000 – $12,000, right? And what if I tell you that you DON’T need to recruit anybody and you don’t need to PAY to be able to promote products as an affiliate?

It’s possible!

All I literally do, is sit at my computer for a few hours a day (between 2 – 3 hours), write an article and make sure to include a keyword and my affiliate link and I let Google do the advertizing FOR FREE using SEO for my website. All the visitors come to my website and I don’t spend a DIME on Ads.

And I’m making passive income every single day!

Well, that’s possible for you too. It’s not going to be easy. It requires work and some time and effort, but your hard work will pay off if you follow the training. You can get access to this training for FREE to start off your business and you won’t be charged UNLESS you want to upgrade and WHEN you want to upgrade,

Else, you can remain a free member forever. No hard feelings… 🙂 At least, you would have tried it to see if it’s the right program for you!

TRY THIS PROGRAM OUT NOW FOR FREE!

And the most amazing part, is that this platform has EVERYTHING you need, not just training. It has the tools and the support in the form of a community, where you will have access to even the most successful people in the business, who are willing to share their tips and secrets with you, including me!

So sign up for free now and I’ll get in touch with you on the other side. I’m 100% sure you won’t regret trying out this platform.

Your Friend,

Reyhana

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