Is Anthony Morrison and his Hidden Millionaire affiliate marketing opportunity full of hype? Here is a fair and honest review of the affiliate marketing program and why many people fail it.
Late night television and online marketing, sounds kind of weird huh? Well, there are a million people every day who wished they would have stopped drinking coffee before 4pm, because now they are in an affiliate marketing nightmare.
Here we will go over some of the actual aspects of the opportunity with Anthony Morrison and, how you can either really take advantage of it or, find something better to do online.
“Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?”
You might have better luck with the actual TV show that has that jingle than with the expensive affiliate program from Anthony Morrison.
Now I am not going to berate or abuse the program, affiliate marketing does work for some. However, there comes a time when you figure out that $9.95 spent in the middle of the night will eventually cost you over $2000 at some seminar that you have to brown bag it too.
I do have to admit that I have seen the theatrical late night affiliate-thon, and I have to admit this too, he is good, real good.
Most of what Anthony does teach does work, unfortunately however, it is way overpriced for something you can find for free online and a little time invested.
The products and services offered within the system, and a tad bit in the book, is all based around promoting other peoples products and services. There is something new….(just kidding).
Affiliate marketing has been around for a long time now, it was one of the very first money making platforms and ideas online.
Today it has become a two headed dragon that’s appetite for money and leads never rests for food, sleep or to take a poop.
Is Anthony Morrison The Real Deal?
He is. Anthony Morrison is at the top of his marketing game, he saw the advantage of taking the online marketing message to a group of people with sleeping disorders or, who just had nothing better to do.
Hey, I was one of them, well not with Mr. Morrison, but I wanted to work at home too. Unlike many of the masses today however, I took the road less traveled, which usually ends up at success.
I got in here, learned how to market online and applied. I think this is also why those who decided to go to a live seminar with Anthony (who usually is not there) and spend the $2K to “get enrolled” failed, they simply tried the shortcuts he (they) taught.
I have seen some of these sites that his students have created, I would not spend a single dime there, and it is not because of the products or services, they may be great.
However it was just lacking any real information about what it was they were promoting other than the big old piece of sales copy that said “BUY ME NOW!”
I think even with simply purchasing his book should give you enough information to start asking the questions that truly lead you to success online with any program. And that is exactly what I did, I paid a little to learn what I could and asked Google for the rest.
I do not believe this guy or his program is a scam. I believe that it is overrated and slightly empty of real quality search engine marketing techniques and training, but that is par for the course with the so-called gurus.
Between the CPA (click per action) crap and the cheap sites with no real value that is taught, it’s a no-brainer of why most do not succeed. Then again, how many actually follow through? This is a double edged sword here, you either do or, you don’t.
The reason I did this review of Anthony Morrison and his systems was because I was asked. I was given a look behind the scenes and, it came up short unfortunately.
And to tell you the truth, I like Anthony and his marketing style, I was actually hoping to learn something and enlighten the individual with it, but that was dashed quickly.
For those looking at this program, I think you can get at least a few things out of it, especially if you are new to the online and affiliate marketing industry.
But, and this is a big BUTT, I would truly think twice before you start spending $2000 dollars plus a monthly stipend for it, kind of a waste, just look at this review from Rip Off Report:
My husband and I attended a “seminar” for Anthony Morrison’s conference training program “Secrets of a Self-Made Internet Millionaire. His advertisement was misleading. Free dinner, get in 30 minutes early, will start at 6:00 p.m., Free tablet computer to the first 50 to call, register and attend the event. He guaranteed a fun, relaxed and informative 90 minute conference that will change your financial outlook forever. Plus!!!! I’ll give you the top 10 companies plus the 6 products that help keep me rich. All you have to do is attend my FREE conference coming to your area.”
We attended, and found that none of the above was provided. We had to stand in a area for almost 30 minutes past the time they said we would be seated. The event didn’t start at 6:00 p.m. It was neither informative, fun, or relaxed. There was no DINNER, only a cold sandwich, chips and water. The presenter was rude, and refused to answer questions. And, when asked about the 50 tablet computers he said yes that 50 of us would receive them, but that we had to call the number we had previously called to register for the “conference” to receive a list of winners. Also the time was definitely not 90 minutes, it drug on for over 2 hours and 45 minutes.
After we told one of the “salesmen” that we weren’t interested in paying them $3000.00 immediately to attend a 3 day class, we were shunned, and were not allowed to ask any questions, it was as if we were not visible to any of them. We really didn’t think this was a “for real” opportunity, and once we arrived and were able to see the employees, who didn’t appear to be “self-made millionaires” just by their appearance, we knew this was just another steal your money scheme.
Definitely the advertising was deceitful, and misleading. I really felt sorry for a few of the people, that we could see, were struggling financially, and looking for a way out of their troubles. They were being lead down a path that was going to cost them money they didn’t have, and then end no closer to a solution to their money worries. All of this dishonesty, and then a pitiful meal to go along with it.
I was able to see immediately that these “employees” wouldn’t be in this line of work, if his plan really worked. They would be millionaires, having fun, traveling, not trying to sell a lame program to people who were trusting them to provide a way out of their struggles. How mean, and cruel is that Mr. Morrison for preying on defenseless, struggling people especially in this time of financial ruin for many!!!
Seriously, I Don’t Think He Is That Bad…
As for this review and look into Anthony Morrison, I don’t think he scammed anyone, I just think that sometimes we think that the shortcuts “really” do work, even when we know better.
In review of Anthony Morrison and his multiple affiliate millionaire training programs, he is legitimate and, I do believe this, you can learn a thing or two, but that is about it, a thing or two.
And if that is worth spending that much money for those two things, my hats off to you.