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The Red Flag - Affiliate Marketing

I know you're acting with due care and looking for information about the company you want to invest your hard-earned money in.

This is great, especially in an industry like “making money online” that is so teeming with scams and fraud.

Unfortunately, people continue to be deceived into buying all sorts of schemes and scams every day.

This is often not because of a lack of diligence, but because most people are not looking for red flags, which are signs that they will soon be scammed. Scammers know this and that’s why it’s worth looking for information before you buy.

Blogs are very good for this because they are honest, and they have opinions about products and programs, even if they are good or bad.

Why should we lie?

I would like to walk you through these a bit, and I would also like to make a recommendation for the most cost-effective, lowest-risk, yet most effective program in the industry.

What are red flags?

Some people say that companies that don’t offer a free trial are unreliable. I'm not sure about that. I mean, there is definitely one exception.

The Legendary Marketer Blueprint team and their program by the owner, David Sharp. I bought a 15-day challenge here for $ 7 and so I got a lot of useful information filled with a personal coach.

Maybe that’s enough for someone to get started. Of course, if you want to go further and need all of the secrets about affiliate marketing with step-by-step instructions, you need to pay.

For me, it was the best decision in my life. But feel free, to check them out.

You get some of the information here!

There is no such thing as learning online marketing for free.

So the red FLEG!

- Companies that do not clearly define the price. If you want to buy a product and don’t clearly post the price for that product, you’re probably “tricked”. Any legitimate company will make the pricing clear and there will be a pricing page right on your website.

There are MANY companies in this industry that HIDE their pricing, it’s unethical and will almost certainly trick you.

- Companies that do not have a high TrustPilot rating.

Trustpilot is where you need to get real consumer feedback on the products/services you want to buy. If a company doesn’t exist on this site, or if it has a rating lower than 4.5 out of 5 stars, you may want to guess a second time and there will definitely be more programs and services available.

- Companies sell “wealth” without telling the process.

If they push the idea that you’re going to be “rich” without telling you what you’re going to do to make that money (in a certain way), they’ll sell for nothing… and probably don’t have a “steak” after the purchase. Avoid programs like the plague.

- Companies that do not have an easy way to contact them.

If there’s no direct way to contact the company to answer questions about your program, they’re hiding behind something. This is the first clue and I suggest you test it. If you have an email address, send an email to the company if you don’t receive a response within 48 hours, this is probably the kind of help you can count on in the future.

- Companies that do not offer direct communication with owners.

Whose product is it? Can you get help and/or communicate with them directly? No, this company is not honestly, it covers up something.

Affiliate marketing seems easy, but it is not. It involves a lot of work. In the beginning, you certainly can’t work two or three hours, as many people said... You’ll be sure if you’re persistent enough and nothing kicks backward in a couple of years.

But definitely, you have to try.

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