Is Commission Hero A Scam – my review

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Hi, my name is Richard and welcome to my Is Commission Hero A Scam review.

By now, you probably realize there are lots of avenues to making money online. If you have been following along with me then you also know there’s a lot more scams out there then legit. And there’s those that sit on the fence, in other words they are not a scam but the odds of making money with it is very petite.

In this article I will be covering the details about this training program. Like other products it does have it’s Up’s and Downs for sure.

So, is it possible to earn $1,000/day with Commission Hero or is it fake. Let me share my personal experience with you.

I will cover exactly what you need to know to help you make a decision whether this is a program for you.

 

What Is Commission Hero

The CEO of Commission Hero is Robby Blanchard. He started out as a Gym Instructor who decided to try things online as an affiliate marketer. Through his hard work and dedication he became the #1 Clickbank Affiliate In the World within 3 years of getting started with affiliate marketing.

He went from been a CrossFit gym instructor to making $981,000 for the month of January making him a millionaire in 3 years.

Commission Hero is a training program that teaches you to advertise products from Clickbank on Facebook so you can make $1,000 a day.

  • He will teach you how to use the power of Facebook to find your buyers.
  • He explains in 3 simple steps how easy it is to make $1k/day.
  • His training on “How to make $1k/day with Clickbank Offers” for free.

You can go watch his FREE training here.

I’ve received a lot of emails from people who LOVED Robby Blanchards’s free training.

And I don’t blame them because what you will discover is a business model that helped Robby scale all the way up to $981,000 in January and over $1 million in February… just by promoting Clickbank Offers.

So is there some magic or hidden secret that we all don’t know about?

Or is it yet another attempt to pull the blanket down over our eyes?

Let’s go find out.

 

Product Overview

Is Commission Hero A Scam
Is Commission Hero A Scam

Name: Commission Hero

Owner: Robby Blanchard

Website URL: www.commissionhero.com

  • Training:   8 out of 10
  • Support:   7 out of 10
  • Website Platform:   7 out of 10
  • WordPress Hosting:   0.0 out of 10 (purchased separately)
  • Research Tools:   0.0 out of 10 (Purchased separately)
  • Success Stories:   4 out of 10
  • Price: $997   5 out of 10
  • warranty:   8 out of 10
  • VeteransAffiliateSuccess.com Rating:   7 out of 10

 

Who Can Benefit From Commission Hero

Not everyone can benefit from this training I am afraid.

In my opinion this is not a training program for anyone just getting started in affiliate marketing. If that’s you then I suggest for you to go check out my #1 recommendation for beginners.

If you don’t have the money to advertise on Facebook… then forget it… you will probably go broke long before you can make a dime in my opinion.

This is an excellent training program for those wishing to learn Facebook advertising as an Affiliate Marketer providing you have a deep pocket.

It is also geared towards those that have no knowledge of Affiliate Marketing.

 

The Training

The training modules are nicely put together and easy to follow along and a breeze to get through. All these types of training have the same basic order of training modules to follow and this one is not much different.

There are 45 videos on:

  • how to promote affiliate marketing products from Clickbank
  • how to advertise them on Facebook
  • showing you how to tap into the right audience
  • how to scale your business for growth.

It does come with a 12-month guarantee however like all these programs where you fork out your hard-earned cash they always have some type of clause that prevents you from ever claiming it so don’t make your decision on the guarantee.

His advanced knowledge crafted a unique way to enable him to go from making $1000/day to over $40,000/day.

And inside his training you will be awarded with his own blueprint of Facebook ads that made him a millionaire.

Here’s my take on the copy & paste thing …

… they’re great to learn from but you can’t depend on them, it’s important to make your ads unique to you or your results will suffer. When you have a hundred students copying and pasting the same ad on Facebook, Facebook quickly spots it and eventually shuts them all off.

Robby claims you don’t need an email list. In my opinion if you don’t have an email list as a Facebook advertiser then Robby gets all of your leads from your money.

Why is this a problem?

The majority of the people never purchase right away and if you didn’t collect their email address you won’t be able to offer them the same offer or even a different product later.

Here’s how his programming works:

  1. Write an ad and place it on Facebook
  2. Someone clicks on your ad which takes them to your landing page
  3. They click to buy the training
  4. You get the sale and earn yourself a commission

If you think this is something you may be interested then I suggest and take his free lessons first here.

 

Commission Hero Community

The community is your typical Facebook group that you will find in the majority of the programs because it’s a lot easier and cheaper for them to do.

The success rate of advertising on Facebook is very low at 2%, leaving you with the majority of the people within the community trying to help others which are still learning themselves.

Within the community you can:

  • Chat in the group
  • Share links for others to view your ad
  • It may take some time to get a response but you usually get one

 

Website Platform & Hosting

It took me 3 weeks to build my first website using all the various programs required that are an extra cost outside of this training. They don’t have their own platform where they do their own hosting. This means you have to purchase all the extra software separately.

You can go here to learn about the extra programs required.

 

Research Tools

Research is the key factor in determining if you’re going to make money or not online. As with most of these types of training programs they don’t even mention research tool however Robby’s training does cover how to find your target audience in Facebook.

 

Conclusion

With the amount of evidence Robby shares with the world there is no doubt it’s not a SCAM.

He offers a high quality training that caters to all levels of marketers from beginner to advanced taking them from scratch to placing their first ad on Facebook.

Keep in mind this is not a fast process and will take you 6 mths or longer to achieve an income but once it starts it will come fast.

Expect to spend a portion of your monthly budget on Facebook advertising and extra software you’re required to purchase.

The other thing with Facebook advertising is that it does not have longevity meaning you will have to keep putting up new ads on a regular basis.

Expect to spend $300 to $500 a month starting out then increase to $1,000 and up as Robby mentions. He is the only one that mentions the cost to advertise on Facebook.

Here’s a screen capture from Robbie’s page.



The truth is if your not spending between 50 to 100 bucks a day on Facebook you won’t out bid the big boys. It’s the way Facebook works.

The other 2 things they don’t mention about Facebook advertising is:

  1. there is only about a 2% success rate with those that advertise on Facebook
  2. the return ratio is around 2.5:1 meaning every dollar spent you will get back $2.50.

Robby’s Training program is very good, the big problem lies within Facebook as with many of the Facebook training programs out there.

There are cheaper training programs to learn Facebook, and there’s much more expensive ones. Robby’s sits somewhere in the middle. If you’re really interested in Facebook Advertising and you can’t afford Fullstaq Training then this is for you.

You won’t be disappointed with the training.

On the other hand if you’re new to affiliate marketing and on a budget then…

I would suggest investing your time and hard-earned cash into an online training program that has a:

  1. higher success rate
  2. has longetivity
  3. lowest cost overall
  4. easiest to learn
  5. has the most support

If this sounds interesting to you then check out my #1 Recommendation here.

I learned the hard way… so you don’t have to.

Put your questions in the comments section and I will be glad to answer them for you.

I hope you found this review helpful… thanks for reading

Rick

 

Commission Hero

$997
6.7

Product

6.5/10

Support

7.5/10

Website Platform / Hosting

6.0/10

Pros

  • 45 training videos
  • Advertising on Facebook
  • Audience scaling

Cons

  • Difficult for beginners
  • FB Advertising can be expensive
  • Need to purchase extra software

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8 thoughts on “Is Commission Hero A Scam – my review”

  1. Hi, thank you for this review. I had already taken the free training, but the course was too expensive for me. When I read your review I can now see why this is not the course for me at all.
    Thank you again,
    Janicke

    Reply
    • Hi Janicke, that’s awesome you tried their free course first, this is what I recommend to everyone to do… “Try before you buy“. I’m so glad my article was helpful in pointing out why the course is not for you. May I suggest having a look at my Wealthy Affiliate Review, you can try that one as well for free.
      I am presently working on an article that will help in identifying a scam. It’s going to be called “How To Know A Scam”. which I am hoping to have published by this weekend. It will be very helpful in avoiding the bullpoop out there.

      If you have any questions I would be pleased to answer them.
      Thanks for dropping by and all the best in your quest,
      Rick

      Reply
  2. I started Wealthy Affiliate this month and I love it! I immediately signed up for the premium and was in no way disappointed!
    Thank you for sharing this review.

    Reply
    • Congratulation and welcome to Wealthy Affiliate John. Even though you could go through 10 lessons for free and get your webpage up and running without having to pay a dime even for a domain name, you still signed up for premium. Some of us can recognize a good training program when they see it.

      I know you will be very pleased with the training, reach out to me if you have any questions.

      I wish you all the best my friend
      Rick

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  3. Thanks for this informative post. I haven’t learned much or thought much about Facebook advertising, but if I ever get to that point I’ll check this out. Seems like this program is somewhat honest and that goes a long way with the online money making field.

    Reply
    • Hi Jerry I appreciate you stopping by. Yes the program is considered to be legit if your interested in advertising on Facebook which I don’t recommend as a beginner. If your a beginner may I suggest checking out my review on Wealthy Affiliate. I am sure you will find it to be more suitable.

      All the best on your quest my friend,
      Rick

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  4. Good read. I didn’t realize that there was so much to advertising on facebook. I respect that the article is honest in informing the reader on the chances for success; realistic but not impossible.

    Reply
    • Thank you Brandon for your comment. Yes there is a lot to advertising on Facebook and yes over time you get better at it. It depends a lot on the purpose of your advertising or what your advertising. Make money online or from your home is very tedious but yes it is still doable. The problem is that most of these products in my opinion are not entirely legit and Facebook knows that.

      If your one that is interested in advertising on Facebook just pick products that they approve of and your success rate will go up.

      Thanks again Brandon
      Rick

      Reply

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