My Affiliate Apprentice is an internet marketing network, promising to teach people how to blog successfully for a good income. The founder has some excellent material on his site, which can be somewhat helpful to people committed to lots of blogs, with content scraped from the internet. However, what he does not tell you is that to build successful blogs with him, you are encouraged to purchase up to $500 worth of software, including an auto blogging program of his that runs $149. This is not a pleasant surprise to get after you've paid your first monthly installment of $37.
He promised to give a free blog that can help people understand and use his principles, and make some money early on. All you needed to do was to purchase a hosting program at one of his preferred host companies (so he receives a referral fee). However, I never got my free blog. The hosting company where I was sent, and where I spent some more money said they had never heard of him, and that there was no agreement with him.
The founder had a coaching program he promoted as a way of really boosting your progress, and getting blogs completed, online and making money. I signed up, and spent $177 for 8 phone coaching sessions, as advertised. His coaching was unfocused, dictatorial and extremely negative. After a very inappropriate dressing down, I decided to quit and apply for a refund or prorated refund with Pay Pal. During the PayPal exploration process, the founder was inaccurate in his reporting. He refused to work with the situation or consider a refund. Because I am a PayPal premium client (i.E. Frequent flyer), they provided me with a prorated refund. Otherwise, I would have been out in the cold for hundreds of dollars.
My Affiliate Apprentice is not a place I would recommend. You can find better, more straightforward and honest internet marketing “gurus.” If you're searching, go on the internet marketing networks like Warrior Forum and ask people what works best. Check out all the spam reports. And, when buying, PayPal is good because it hides your financial information. However, I am now using PayPal with ClickBank. ClickBank provides a 100% money back guarantee for 60 days. Any internet marketing material purchased through them is covered. I learned a lesson buying the add-ons from My Affiliate Apprentice directly. I won't do that again. It will be ClickBank or nothing. And, I will also be much tougher and more jaded in my review and analysis of so called IM "gurus." Be very careful before you spend with internet marketing. (im)