Commision BluePrint

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Ok, this is being launched tommorow.

Commission Blueprint

There' wasn't a thread about it yet, and all the IM'ers are already wanging emails about left right and center promoting it so I figured I would start one.

You're probably going to get hammered with this as they are paying $40 per month recurring as well as the initial commision, so expect one hell of a lot of hyperbole from folks trying to sell it to you.

Please, before we start, we can do without certain folks on this forum telling us how amazing it is and promptly putting up their affiliate link to it, or a link to a blog/webpage which then has their affiliate link on it. Yes of course you think it's "amazing" ,and yes of course you're different to "other" affiliates and yes we understand your unbiased and just helping out, yada yada , but even still, I've added a link to it , we dont' need a million more.

Anyway, I'm watching the pre launch video right now, first thing the guy says about the Clickbank earnings he's showing is .. " you can't fake this stuff"... Oh really, soooo easy to fake.

He also doesnt' mention how much it cost him in Adwords spend to achieve the monthly Clickbank commisions..

Anyway, could be solid, let's see what a few Warriors feel after purchasing it tommorow, I'll probably grab it as I do all these things, just out of interest. I do get the distinct feeling this is going to be another set of videos explaining how to setup a PPC campaign, find decent CB products and create squeeze pages.
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  • Profile picture of the author cypherslock
    Personally any program that doesn't give its affiliates a review copy (most do) is not one I want to try and sell. or buy.
  • Profile picture of the author Longie
    I bought it today as well, will keep you in the loop. The CB numbers do seem incredible.

    All the best

    Neil
    • Profile picture of the author Midas3 Consulting
      Originally Posted by Longie View Post

      I bought it today as well, will keep you in the loop. The CB numbers do seem incredible.

      All the best

      Neil
      I don't quite get why everybody is getting hung up on those numbers without knowing the spend. Hell in 30 days time I could show a CB account showing 10x those numbers, they would be absolutely real but they wouldn't mean I was making any money if I spent more in PPC than the revenue I made from the sales.

      Not that I think these guys are playing loose and wild with the numbers , I'm just making the point the numbers are not that incredible, as it's based PPC predominantly, now if they were saying those numbers from organic, SEO, Bum marketing etc, then yeah that would be incredible, but via PPC its' all down to the ad spend in principle.
  • Profile picture of the author Derekis
    Judging from all the various comments, Commission Blueprints seems more suited for the intermediate marketer than the newbie.

    Ami right to say it is more focused on PPC to generate traffic => Review/Opt-In => Affilate Product.

    So is it worth the $97 to buy and learn the knowledge within?

    Please advise.

    Many thanks in advance.
  • Profile picture of the author IMChick
    The revival of this thread has pushed me to blow the digital dust off CB and get through the videos again. I'm currently suffering from serious overload. Paid, downloaded, put it in a file, watched & read some, then poof, off to the next project...

    Thanks for the great reviews and the kick in the right direction.
  • Profile picture of the author bwconsulting
    Just curious, how does the info in commission blueprint, compare to other adwords products, such as Chris McNeeneys Adwords Miracle?
  • Profile picture of the author Louis Raven
    Hmm, I haven't read all the posts here neither have I brought the product in mind.

    That being said I don't like jack of all trade products in which you have to master 2+ things. It's hard enough mastering (or even just not going broke) PPC let alone affiliate/direct marketing and putting it all together.

    I go to the pro's for each part of my business plan and usually replicate or learn what I can instead of thinking 20% of PPC knowledge and 80% of affiliate marketing = 100%. It doesn't!

    I bet Commission Blueprint is AMAZING, just not for me.

    • Profile picture of the author Sergiel
      Hi there, Im just getting into IM after being out of the game for a couple years. I never did have much experience with Adwords, as most of my income came from Adsense.

      So far I've read Google Money Pro 2 and looking for some more good info before I start designing my sites and diving in.

      I am currently a full time student with a very limited budget. I am starting out with approx $100 in adwords budget and looking to build it up very slowly. In your opinion is this system beyond my budget? For those of you who have been using Com Blueprint, have you had any concrete results.

      I am also considering Google Nemesis, any feedback on that system?

      Thanks in advance, any help would be great.

      Serge
  • Profile picture of the author Stephen Chua
    Sergiel, i have used Google Nemesis for about a month. Basically it is an online software for creating review pages. It is hosted on owner's server. Btw, you need to provide your own CB login id and pw in order to pull data from your CB account using the software.

    The software is quite easy to use but the quality of the review page will depend on what content you put on it. I also find modifying the review page a bit restrictive and troublesome. There isn't a lot of control there.

    I think the software will also track the click through rate and keywords. I can't really remember as I have stopped using it now. I still prefer to host my own review page which i can modify freely.

    In term of review page, I think Comm Blue provide better quality review templates. As for the training, can't comment now cos I have not finish them yet. Still at the initial stage.

    But if I must choose either one, I probably pick Comm Blue.

    Actually, the best place to learn Adwords is still the Learning Center provided by Google.

    stephen
    • Profile picture of the author navaho
      I bought Commission Blueprint plus the OTO on the backend, the original course was OK but I find the monthly content very disappointing, I cancelled my subscription yesterday...really disappointing!
  • Profile picture of the author Geodesic
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    Thanks everyone for saving me some pocket change.

    If PPC is your bag Perry Marshal is still my pick for training.
    • Profile picture of the author econos
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    • Profile picture of the author econos
      I understand from another thread in this forum that Commission BluePrint and PPC Classroom 2.0 more or less deal and teach the same techniques.

      Has anybody here bought and studied both? Can I have your comparison please (in the sense the techniques taught by Commission BluePrint and PPC Classroom 2.0)?

      One of my known sources had bought Commission BluePrint and tried it on two products. So far he had spent around $900 in PPC during the last 25 days, but no success.
  • Profile picture of the author fastcart12
    I'm thinking of buying this.Any latest opinions? Looks great but SpeedPPC will cost me $500. Yikes!
    • Profile picture of the author ldownload
      I am not yet comfortable with the PPC.

      I have tried before the Google Nemesis, but I unsubscribed already.

      Lesson learned from Google Nemesis: Review Site converts very well. Provide 2 to 3 reviews, then compare it to one another. It gives me good conversion.

      I still prefer FREE Traffic. BUT I am using the Affiliate Elite to SPY on my competitors' keywords and to know what WORDS should I optimize with my site.

      Affiliate Elite + On-page Optimization = Targeted Traffic

      Affiliate Elite is worth the price for its monthly fee.

      Now, I guess, I'll think about this Com Blueprint...but I am still afraid of PPC (a total newbie with PPC)
  • Profile picture of the author Colin Klinkert
    Malc,

    just like you I have both commblue and ppc class 2.0, I am going through Comm now and will start on classroom after that.

    So far Comm Blue has been ok, its very basic to this point, im up to video 8 or 9 i think.

    Will keep going as i get time and post a review here once ive got my staff on it
  • Profile picture of the author Stephen Chua
    My impression is Comm Blue is more for intermediate and above marketers. Think PPC classroom 2 seems to fit the gap for beginner. Correct?

    stephen
  • Profile picture of the author sylvestor
    I've been thinking about it but did not want to get blinded by all the hype. Let me know what you think after you try it out.
  • Profile picture of the author mynameisneo
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  • Profile picture of the author yourseomentor
    Thanks for the great content Simon!
  • Profile picture of the author Flyingpig7
    Thanks Malcom for your great advice and comprehensive review.
    I absolutely agree that it is just one step of several for an education in making a living online. I too have Commission Blueprint, am in middle viewing the vids. Was initially cynical but so far have warmed to Steve it appears fairly thorough and solid content which is what I'm looking for.
    Any gaps (those you have already highlighted (thanks)), will be found elsewhere after all we are all adults and as such are responsible for our own education. Looking at that way we learn more & it stays with us. (I don't mean that in the sense that you have to lose loadsa money in order to get the message so please newbies don't take that the wrong way), I don't have much money either. The warrior forum is a great place for cheap but solid education so keep reading these guys here know what they are talking about, all from personal experience.

    Thanks again for a great thread I'm looking forward to watching the rest of CB videos and implementing the tips found there.

    Cheers
    Keren
  • Profile picture of the author digabot
    Question: He recommends promoting products with a gravity of 100 or higher and a payout of $30 or higher.

    If you search with these parameters with CB Engine you'll see about 20 products (several of which are "run your car on water" which you can't promote on Adwords). The rest are things like Paid Survey, Forex, Make Money Online and Weight Loss.

    How in the world is someone new to PPC going to make those campaigns profitable? How is anyone?
  • Profile picture of the author DonDavis
    1) select your product
    2) register a domain
    3) build landing page that sizzles
    4) create an opt in bonus that ties into the product to induce the optin.
    5) capture the optin and forward your prospect to the vendor's sales page.

    Here is another angle. Clickbank is full of good products with horrible sales pages. Build your own sales page for the product and then link the order button to the vendors Clickbank order page. People seriously underestimate the potential of this strategy.

    Set it up and drive traffic.

    Traffic? Well now that's another monster to slay...
    • Profile picture of the author digabot
      Originally Posted by DonDavis View Post

      Here is another angle. Clickbank is full of good products with horrible sales pages.
      So how do you find these products. If the sales page sucks, what tells you the product is good?

      If no one is promoting and making sales, what tells you the product is good?

      Do you go and just buy an endless amount of product until to you find one to use the Clickbank Bypass method on?
    • Profile picture of the author AmberCat
      "1) select your product
      2) register a domain
      3) build landing page that sizzles
      4) create an opt in bonus that ties into the product to induce the optin.
      5) capture the optin and forward your prospect to the vendor's sales page.

      Here is another angle. Clickbank is full of good products with horrible sales pages. Build your own sales page for the product and then link the order button to the vendors Clickbank order page. People seriously underestimate the potential of this strategy.

      Set it up and drive traffic."

      Don, have you made this particular Clickbank strategy work well for you yet? It seems to make a lot of sense to me IMO. This is how you can find those low-hanging fruits with less competition and apply some of the IM knowledge picked up to make real dollars online, I'd say.
  • Profile picture of the author kierenm
    All I can say is that I DEFFINITELY recommend this video training course- it's a genuine blueprint even for beginners. Oh, and it works! If only I found a package like this when I was startin over 2 yrs back..
  • Profile picture of the author digabot
    There's a lot of good info in CB but there is also a lot of "missing" content - like how to use the tools to speed up the implementation (which are key if you ask me).

    Not enough info on scaling and managing a campaign either, just some small talk about it.

    You'll need another product or two to fill in the gaps.
    • Profile picture of the author Shafiq Kamal
      What if I drive free traffic to my landing page and avoid ppc with comblue method? I'll not mind for slow success.
  • Profile picture of the author charless61
    Do they cover only affiliate products from Clickbank only or products from other sites as well
    • Profile picture of the author akaelo
      Originally Posted by charless61 View Post

      Do they cover only affiliate products from Clickbank only or products from other sites as well
      It only covers ClickBank product selection. Of course, you can use it with other affiliate programs, but this blueprint focuses on how to select a good ClickBank product and estimate the ROI.

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