Hello and a very warm welcome back. Today we are going to dive into a review of a program called Tribe.
Has your email inbox been blowing up with this offering from Fergal and Ben? Mine has because I clicked a link on Pinterest to see what it was all about.
I must admit I found the concept quite confusing, to begin with because you didn’t need a website or email list to make money every day.
After going through it a couple of times it began to make sense!
That doesn’t indicate that this is a new concept just one I had not really come across before.
Disclaimer. I am not affiliated or associated with Tribe in any way. If you decide to join it I will not be compensated financially or otherwise.
I wish to congratulate you for being here and carrying out your due diligence on this course before spending money and finding out that you have been scammed!
With that covered let’s dive in and find out more about Tribe Course:
Program Name: Tribe.
Program Type: An alternative method of getting traffic to your affiliate offers.
Founders: Fergal Downes and Ben Martin
Cost To Join: $9 plus upsells
Who Is It Recommended for?: Answer will be given at the end. But probably nobody!
What Is Tribe?
The Tribe course is essentially going to teach you a different method of attracting clients to your affiliate offers. This is not a new concept just new to me.
Fergal and Ben have been using a specific method to obtain the much-needed traffic that is necessary to earn money and they decided to throw it open and share it.
The training we are going to be shown is all to do with Facebook and its 2.7 billion users.
Let’s continue and find out more.
How The Tribe Course Works?
The training is pretty simple to put into practice and would be suitable for beginners.
This course is going to cover how to build up a Facebook Group with free traffic so that you can promote products from Warriorplus and JV Zoo.
What the training covers:
1) Creating your own Facebook group, including the setting up of your cover photo
2) Creating your pinned post (this is the first thing new members see on your page)
3) Setting up your questions when members are requesting to join
4) Setting up a landing page URL on your FaceBook profile
5) Generating traffic from other FaceBook groups
6) Promoting products to the group
7) Engaging with the members and directing them towards the offers
8) Making use of the Facebook LIVE feature
9) Rinse and repeat with new members
Fergal claims on his sales page that you only need to work for 10 minutes a day. Which I find very hard to believe!
#1: Tribe done for you. This costs $27 and you get 3 DFY cash templates, Added training on free traffic, and guaranteed approval to promote a hot offer.
#2: Tribe Commission Jacker. can’t find a price for this one! Big-ticket Rolodex, Big Ticket Traffic Method, and Product Creation Blueprint.
#3:Tribe Empire VIP Club. This is a membership that costs $2 for the first 14 days and then is $37 a month. Here you will get more training on free and paid traffic methods as well as access to a Facebook support group.
#4: Tribe Clone Our Business This costs $77. You get the rights to re-sell the Tribe course as your own and keep all of the profits.
The Pros Of Tribe
You will receive training on setting up a Facebook Group.
There is a money-back guarantee
The Cons Of Tribe
- You are only learning about Facebook Groups
- Facebook changes things all the time so it’s not sustainable
- You need more than 1 source of traffic to your offers to make money consistently
- The training only covers offers from Warrior Plus and JV Zoo what about other offers?
- Products from these places are always being refunded.
- There is no email marketing training and that’s where most affiliate marketers make their money.
- Your Facebook group needs to be moderated and that can’t be done in 10 minutes a day.
- If you outsource the moderation you will need to pay somebody to do that.
- $9 upfront cost after purchasing the upsells total is now $217.
- The money-back-guarantee will probably not cover the upsells.
Is Tribe Course A Scam?
In my opinion Tribe Course is not a scam. You will receive some training that it could be possible to earn something from.
Having your own Facebook group is a good thing to have to go along with any kind of marketing business.
But I don’t feel that it is a good thing to base your whole business on. You are putting all of your eggs into a rocky basket!
If you were an advanced marketer with your own website and email list this could be another string to your bow for an extra stream of income.
I do not recommend this if you are new and have never done anything online before as Facebook is a fickle beast and you could lose all of your hard work.
How To Spot A Scam?
Spotting scam sites has been made very easy to do in recent years with a simple search.
Just type the name of the program + the word review into Google and you will be able to read many different opinions.
Reviews are written by independent people who don’t want you to be scammed. ( like me)
Remember to stay away from getting rich quick schemes you can tell them by the fact they say you can earn thousands of dollars in a short period of time with very little work.
Be aware of fake testimonials of people with generic names.
If there is no free trial then be very wary of joining it.
When a money-back guarantee is offered remember it does not cover any upsells.
I just share the information that I have found through my research and the rest is left up to you.
Are you reading this review because you are looking for a business opportunity to work online from home?
If your answer is yes then read on a little further!
How I Work Full-Time Online From Home
For many years I searched for a legitimate way to make money online. I knew it was possible and I just had to find it!
The search actually took me 6 long years and I got into some terrible programs in that time and spent absolutely thousands of dollars.
Last year I finally found exactly what I was looking for!
It’s called Wealthy Affiliate and as soon as I joined I felt completely at home.
I didn’t need any special skills and it was free to join, what did I have to lose.
Suitable for beginners and experienced marketers.
You can read my Wealthy Affiliate Review. Including the pros and cons.
The Reasons I Chose Affiliate Marketing
I work In the world of Affiliate Marketing. There are many positive reasons for this:
- You can start for free (with my #1 recommended program) It is free forever and you can earn from the free membership.
- There are no expensive tools or software to pay for
- You can work on this a couple of hours a day in your spare time
- You don’t need to make your own products
- You will learn all about SEO which is the organic and sustainable way of driving free traffic to your site
- No need to recruit others to join
- You don’t need to be concerned with customer support
- No special skills needed (which is good because I don’t have any 🙂
- You can still earn from whatever you are writing today for many years to come, a truly passive income
- No need to pay out for ads unlike the program we have just reviewed.
I Quit My Job
After starting with this training program 13 months ago and learning all I needed to know for a fraction of the money that some courses are charging I quit my hated day job at the 10-month mark.
Affiliate Marketing is a simple business model that just takes a lot of work to get started in the beginning because you are getting traffic organically instead of paying for it.
Now I spend my days writing reviews to stop innocent people like yourself from being scammed like I was!
(If you want to make your new business work better upgrade to the premium membership for $49 a month or $1.63 a day that’s less than a Starbucks costs!)
Watch the video on how to build your own website in 30 seconds!
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