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Unread 4th Dec 2014, 10:59 AM   #1
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Allen's Success Plan Review - NO HYPE Thoughts!
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Allen’s Success Plan Review – how does Allen’s Success Plan work?

Hey, welcome to my Allen’s Success Plan review.

On this page I will go through my thoughts after checking out the Allen’s Success Plan sales funnel online.

I am an online entrepreneur
who earns a full-time income from affiliate marketing and list building (getting around 100 to 200 leads per day), so hopefully my thoughts will be of some sort of help to you!

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OK, so back to my Allen’s Success Plan review. I have seen this offer crop up quite a bit on the CPA Affiliate Networks including Clicksure I believe.

This is where affiliates send traffic to the affiliate offer (via solo ads, PPV, blogging, free website traffic, article marketing, PPC etc.) and earn a commission when either a sale is made or a trial offer is taken up etc.

CPA offers are popular with affiliates because it is one-time upfront commissions that are often higher than the initial cost of sale (or trial).

That is because the product owners know their average lifetime earnings per new customer from their backend upsells etc. and are therefore prepared to pay more upfront to acquire that new buyers lead.

So when I landed on the Alllen’s Success Plan sales page there was a work from home video showing various news TV clips about the popularity of home based business.

There is then a couple of mini check box questions to go through before the next page is reached. This involves answering “yes” or “no” to questions such as “are you prepared to take action” etc.

And then after a few of those questions the visitor is asked for their email address before being directed to the sales video presentation.

The sales video presentation then highlights the benefit of the website that is for sale. At the time of checking this was priced at $97.

The video is a bit hypey, but that doesn’t mean that customers are not going to get a quality website created for them.

The website is most probably of high quality, but it is important to understand that it won’t just magically create money out of thin air and that the user is going to have to put in time, work and effort in order to properly advertise it online.

It was interesting to go through these sales funnel steps, the enticing presell video, 3-step check box Q & A series before opt-in, and then a video sales letter are all likely to combine to create high conversions for affiliates who decide to promote it.

As an affiliate, my focus in the online marketing world is driving daily traffic to an online sales funnel for multiple streams of affiliate income and potential big ticket commissions on the backend…

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ipas scam? come on.
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