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Commission Resurrection launched yesterday and I just finished going through all the videos in the entire main course.
In this Commission Resurrection review, I’m going to tell you how I feel about the product, what I liked about it, what I didn’t like and whether or not you can make money from it.
What’s in Commission Resurrection?
Ben Martin put together Commission Resurrection, a video course where he hopes to show you how he consistently makes an average of $1400+ per day “without the need for a list, any experience or any tech skills”.
The main training consists of 30 high quality videos where Ben shows you exactly how he runs his day to day affiliate marketing business and how you can do the same to earn more commissions.
Ben regularly promotes offers from JVZoo and WarriorPlus and wins a lot of the affiliate contests that the vendors run. He’s showing you the “secrets” to his success and how you can duplicate them.
Along with the main training, there are a couple of upsells and also a couple of bonus training.
I didn’t purchase any of the upsells as I like to check out the main training first to see how it is before I commit to the full package.
The upsells include the CPR Package and the ICU Package.
The CPR package (Commissions Paid Rapidly) is a training designed to get newbie affiliates instant approval to promote 6 offers handpicked by Ben.
Ben also provides copy and paste material like blog posts, promo templates, Facebook posts and bonuses you can give away as well as 30 days consultancy. This upsell works well after you’ve completed the main training.
The ICU Package (Intensive Commissions Unleashed) is the most expensive product in the funnel ($47) and allows you to earn instant commissions to 3 hot offers. The package includes high converting subject lines and additional training to help you “double your money”.
Buying the ICU Package also gets you license rights to promote all Ben’s products and keep 100% of the money as if it were your own product.
As I mentioned before, I didn’t get any of the upsells but I just wanted to mention what’s included if you decided to get the full Commission Resurrection package.
What I Liked About Commission Resurrection
My expectations for Commission Resurrection were very high. I enjoyed Ben Martin’s last product, Castaway Commissions, which he launched back in January.
Ben is a great marketer and I like his teaching style in the videos. He breaks down everything in detail so it’s easy to understand the process.
With Commission Resurrection I really loved the first six videos where he doesn’t exactly show you any particular marketing process but rather some insight into some actions that can make you successful. Things like reading business and personal development books, tracking income and expenses and so on.
I can say that I got my money’s worth from this course from those first six videos. That is not to say that the rest of the course wasn’t good but it just wasn’t my cup of tea. I’ll tell you why below.
What I Didn’t Like About Commission Resurrection
Ben Martin makes the bulk of his money promoting offers on JVZoo, Warrior Plus and selling his own products. His niche is the “make money online” niche.
While I liked Castaway Commissions because they teach you how to promote affiliate products on Facebook and Instagram and you could apply that training to any niche, Commission Resurrection teaches you how to promote affiliate products in the “internet marketing niche”.
Ben shows you how to promote stuff from JVZoo and Warrior Plus, including all those products that launch with contests to see who would send the most sales. There’s nothing really wrong with this and the training is great in that aspect but this isn’t my business model and I’m not planning to go that route anytime soon.
Yes, this website does target that crowd and I picked up a lot of tips on how I could improve my promotions. However, Ben’s teaching is about promoting newly launched products in the internet marketing space, using solo ads, collecting emails and offering bonuses as an incentive to buying those newly launched “make money” products.
It really comes down to whether or not you’re currently doing this type of affiliate marketing or you plan on going that route. I would not personally advise a newbie to start their affiliate marketing career in this niche.
Advice to Newbie Affiliate Marketers
If you’re just getting started with affiliate marketing, my advice would be to pick a topic that you’re familiar with either through it being a hobby of yours, something that you’re passionate about or something that you have a burning interest in learning.
There’s a quote that goes something like this:
“Make money doing something you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.”
You might love golf, or 8-ball pool or creating delicious dishes. You’ll have an easier time promoting offers in the niche that you’re passionate about rather than trying to learn affiliate marketing by promoting products to the “make money crowd”.
This is the business model I chose where I build content websites to promote stuff sold on Amazon and other merchant websites where I don’t have to convince people to buy something they need.
Can You Make Money with Commission Resurrection?
The answer to this question is: YES.
You can make a lot of money following the Commission Resurrection training. If you’ve been promoting internet marketing related offers for a while or plan to pursue this business model then this is for you.
Ben has laid out a very specific plan of action – one that he uses every day to successfully promote affiliate offers hosted on JVZoo and WarriorPlus and his very easy to understand teaching style will enable you to follow along and apply his training to make more money than you’re currently making.
Am I bi-polar or something? How can I not like the training and still admit that it will make you lots of money?
That is just how it is. The training is not for me because I don’t do this particular type of affiliate marketing that Ben does and I won’t recommend a complete newbie to force himself down this path.
However, the training itself is very good and will make you money if you apply it to what you’re already doing.
If you want to make money by building an affiliate business based on your passions and interests, then check out my review of the training program that I use.
If you’re new to affiliate marketing then check it out also because it will teach you the basics and allow you to make a better decision as to which path to follow – the Commission Resurrection way or the method that I use.