Joe The Affiliate Review (Updated): Is He Legit?

You may have seen a heartwarming ad that had a picture of a cat and dog on Facebook talking about spending more time with your beloved pets. This was an ad by Joe. Long story short, once you click the ad you are brought to a Click Funnels (ick) landing page that encourages you to give him your name and email so that he can send his free ebook about affiliate marketing and how it changed his life. Scroll down for my full Joe The Affiliate review.

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At the bottom of that landing page you’ll find a line that reads: “DISCLOSURE – I am an Affiliate for Legendary Marketer and may receive compensation if you make any purchase from this page at no additional cost to you.” Hmmm…that’s kinda fishy. Apparently Joe isn’t really promoting his own program…rather he’s directing you to the infamous (and annoying) Legendary Marketer affiliate program.

If you haven’t heard about Legendary Marketer yet, let me give you the skinny. It’s an affiliate marketing training program taught by Keala Kanae that encourages you to go out and make money by using an affiliate link on a wide range of products. However, most people often just use the link they get from Keala and spam it everywhere. Of course most people find this annoying and slightly pyramid schemey because it seems as though the only people that make money from this program are the ones promoting this program. Just like Joe here…

After you insert your name and email you’re finally greeted with his real face and name. Joe Cachia. “I want to start by thanking you and CONGRATULATING YOU for taking this first step !” the first line of this landing page reads. “My name is Joe Cachia and I was in your shoes not too long ago.” Here comes the rags to riches pitch.

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“I was retired on a fixed income and struggling. Since I’m not a spring chicken anymore, born in 1950, my body doesn’t work as well as it used to, therefore, it’s not easy to find a job earning extra income.” I understand that rags to riches stories are a thing, but does anyone else feel like this is all just too played out? Is there anything in the space that’s really original anymore?

“I started to look online for some ideas on what to do, and how I can make some extra money, when I came across this one video. Little did I know it was going to change my life.  Seeing is believing! You don’t have to have a product, you don’t have to deal with customers, and you never have to buy products to sell. It’s an education that has inspired me and it did it, in 15 days.” 15 days? See I just don’t know if I buy that. I know some friends of mine that do affiliate marketing. It is a legit business model, but it all took them wayyy more than 15 days to make a good amount of cash. At least the financially freeing amount.

He concludes his landing page by pushing you to the webinar. He says you’ll learn how to start a business in 3 simple steps, how to make money in this insanely profitable business, how to say “Goodbye” to your daily job, and be independent, and how this concept was voted one of the best internet businesses. The cost? All for less than the price of his cigar apparently. And sure the intro price might be low. But you’re going to be spammed with a bunch of upsells once you’re in. After all, that’s what Legendary Marketer is notorious for.

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John Reed: As a fellow patriot who’s disillusioned with the 9-5 “American Dream”, I’ve grown to loathe the self-help and “guru” industry.
And here’s what pisses me off about the industry.