“Want to learn how everyday normal people are taking a massive shortcut to success with this brand new method? It’s such a straight forward model and can work for anyone who is willing to go along a simple plan.” Mark price has written in his latest Facebook ad. “If you’re looking for a real way to create success, without needing a ton of experience or special skills, this is for you.” Scroll down for my full Mark Price review.
With that being the only lines written in his ad, it feels a little too short. He uses buzz words like “brand new method” and “massive shortcut” to create some intrigue in the every day person like us. Of course deep down, we know better than to trust all these Facebook ads right? 9 times out of 10 you’re not coming across anything different. You’re coming across the same types of offers, just repackaged with a different guru’s face. In this case it’s Marks.
Well not really. After you click over to the landing page you’ll notice it’s a website called hismainblueprint.com with a whole buncha different characters after it. The good ole’ bait and switch. See what just happened was you clicked his affiliate link for Super Affiliate Commission Blueprint by Misha Wilson. Yep, this guy is simply just trying to get a commission off you.
Sure, you may have a small chance of actually seeing Mark Price inside that massive online community Misha Wilson has, but odds of that are very slim. So what’s on this landing page? Well the first thing you’ll see is webinar video of course. And after that webinar you start getting pitched their low ticket offer that’s “under $5”.
What do you get? You’ll get the Super Affiliate Commission Blueprint for 90% off, a personal 1 on 1 with a “success advisor” (I imagine this is just a fancy way of saying a sales guy will try to sell you more expensive packages), instant access to the Super Affiliate Nation Facebook group, access to his inner circle live Facebook calls, and a 30 day money back guarantee that is satisfaction guaranteed with a claim that they’ll send you $500 for wasting your time.
Now I’m sure that the $500 payout has a bunch of loopholes attached to it that make sure they rarely have to make good on that claim. That’s probably why there’s a bunch of unhappy people commenting about it online. I’m sure it’s a marketing ploy just like the rest of the similar crazy offers.
As far as the program goes, I’m sure you could do better. Getting started under $5 isn’t gonna make you rich, especially when there’s tens of thousands of others paying the same amount as you. To make money with this program and business model, you are going to have buy a majority of their upsells and compete with the masses in affiliate marketing. It’s just a lot more expensive than you’re led to believe. My solution? Just check out my little link below, far less competition, and far less money in the long run.