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Is $99/month for StackThatMoney/MrGreen/AffExpert a waste of money?

You’ve probably seen the blog and forum posts, promoting the new paid affiliate marketing forum from Lorenzo Green from Mr Green, Jordan from StackThatMoney and Besmir from AffExpert.

Let’s assume you’re suffering from tunnel vision and just see the $99/month price tag. Is it expensive? Heck, yeah.

Anything’s going to be expensive if you only look at the cost side of things.

Disclaimer: I don’t know Jordan that well, aside from a brief email exchange where he asked if I wanted to submit a picture of myself with my car for a blog post on StackThatMoney.

I then asked him, if he wanted me to pose with my regular weekday drive-the-kids-to-school car or my sports car.

No, I’m kidding, I politely declined and said that I felt it’s a little lame to feel like you have to prove you can buy (or probably lease) some $40,000 car and brag about it online so you can feel better about yourself.

But Lorenzo and Besmir I’ve known for some time and I was a little surprised that they posted the offers and campaigns they’d been running. They had told me about these campaigns confidentially over skype/AIM and it was surprising to see them appear as case studies on the forum.

Now before you break out your paypal account or credit card and start signing up with dollar signs in your eyes, just wait a sec.

Some caveats: Obviously if 100 affiliates (newbie or experienced), start cloning the offer, landing page, keywords, url targets and run it on every single PPV network they can get their hands on, the offer will probably tank. It will go from 50% ROI to maybe 5% if you’re lucky.

The best way to benefit from the forum is to study the techniques being demonstrated and see how they might apply to your existing campaign, or better yet, adapt and combine two or more techniques to get an even higher response/conversion rate.

The best tool any affiliate can get isn’t one you can buy online, or even in the store. It’s the one that lies between your ears. Joining a forum can help spark an idea or introduce an element that brings your campaign to a new level.

“Is the forum any good?”

That’s a bit of a silly question in my opinion. Since the forum is brand-new and its three owners are focused on building the brand and bringing in the members, they’re not holding anything back. The case studies contain a lot of detail, the owners are frequently online and replying to questions. Short of calling any of them on the phone, I think the forum is the next best thing.

But don’t take my word for it. Check it out for at least a month, spend at least a decent amount of time following along and setting up your own campaigns and see what you’ve learned and more importantly, how you can benefit from it.

And there’s an opening offer:

$99/month promotion, goes up to $149/month later.

Check out: StackThatMoney for more details.

17 comments on Is $99/month for StackThatMoney/MrGreen/AffExpert a waste of money?

  1. Mr Green
    June 3, 2011 at 5:19 am (3610 days ago)

    Thank ya for the kind words sir!

    Glad to have you on-board.

    P.S. where did you disappear off to last 6 months?

  2. StackThatMoney
    June 4, 2011 at 9:54 pm (3608 days ago)

    “felt it’s a little lame to feel like you have to prove you can buy (or probably lease) some $40,000 car”

    Common… clearly that wasn’t the point of the blog post

  3. Ryan Eagle
    June 7, 2011 at 3:52 pm (3606 days ago)

    To anyone reading this post: The $99/month is definitely worth the stack that money deal.

  4. Erik
    June 8, 2011 at 6:41 am (3605 days ago)

    I was thinking the same too! You were gone for awhile!

  5. sweet4uu
    August 5, 2011 at 2:15 pm (3547 days ago)

    I guess I should not buy, I’m willing to

  6. Babu M Varghese
    September 6, 2011 at 12:47 am (3515 days ago)

    Great blog post. Me not going for the deal. Thanks for sharing

  7. Jon Simons
    October 5, 2011 at 12:50 am (3486 days ago)

    Thanks for sharing. Like all information, it’s worth the money if you absorb it, act on it, and it creates a positive ROI. Sadly with information products, very people go through the product, let alone act on it.

    That said, I feel a forum like this is worth many times an info product, as you’re getting credible up to date information from experts (compared to a lot of rehashed nonsense in some eBooks), and you’re getting support from like minded people.

  8. None
    October 17, 2011 at 9:22 pm (3473 days ago)

    StackThatMoney’s ads and promos claims showing profitable campaigns which is “Killing it”. The layout of the forum is confusing, the campaigns are not easy to find and they show very few campaigns. There’s lots of “I just started making $500 a day” or “I’m making $1,000. a day” like you see all over the internet with NO details how their doing it. Experience of the main administration ranges from 4 years to 1 year. I don’t think StackThatMoney it worth any monthy fee, it’s just another IM forum. I’m canceling b4 another $99 get’s wasted.

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    February 2, 2012 at 6:50 pm (3365 days ago)

    What you want a spoon so u can be fed? wow some people

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    May 10, 2012 at 1:45 pm (3268 days ago)

    Stack that money is great.. in fact it is currently #1 in the make money section on setailiffa.com so check it out.

    I don’t know one of the posters means by the forum doesn’t give details of how people are making money. That’s pretty much all it does. It doesn’t spoon feed you but it does show you campaigns that work or have worked in the past and everyone shares a ton of information.

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