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Super Affiliate System Review – John Crestani

Alright, so you landed on this page because you want to know more about the Super Affiliate System by John Crestani right?

Well…

You are in for a treat because I’ll tell you everything about it. The good and the bad, the whole nine yards.

How do I set myself apart from other reviewers? Simple. I own the product and I’m an experience affiliate marketer. Some of those reviewers don’t even have a login to the Super Affiliate System portal.

I’ve done a deep dive into the latest version of Super Affiliate System 3.0 in a different post. It’s one of the top results in the search engine. Feel free to check it out.

Enough about me. This review is really about you. How possible is it to make thousands of dollars a day or even just a couple a hundred dollars from the information taught in John’s course the Super Affiliate System?

I’ll let the cat out of the bag. It’s possible. It’s not a scam. But it does require effort and it’s not easy.

If you’re not one to take action, you’ll have to get out of your comfort zone. Making money as an affiliate marketer involves taking risks and action. Many people are too in their heads and thats where most of the obstacles are.

Enough pep talk. Let’s get into the specifics on John’s course: The Super Affiliate System.

Super Affiliate System – The entire eco system of affiliate marketers

There are a ton of components to the Super Affiliate System(SAS). It’s not just a course where they teach you how to make money.

I’ll break SAS into three components:

  • The Course
  • Resources
  • Community

As someone who’s purchased a fair share of affiliate marketing courses, the industry norm is to provide a course beyond a series of videos.

They don’t just hand you a pile of books and assignments and leave you to it. SAS is no different in that they try to help you through your entrepreneurial path via an eco system of affiliate marketing resources.

One thing to keep in mind is that John’s course is focus on paid advertisement. So you won’t learn how to organically drive traffic to your affiliate offer via SEO.

The Course

The entire course is broken into 7 modules. Almost all of them are video lessons that total to about 664 minutes, or a bit over 11 hours. The average video length is 11 minutes.

Personally, I like the short length videos. It’s easier to remember things with shorter video duration.

Fun fact…SAS forces you to complete each video before moving on to the next. They stand behind the value of their product so they want to make sure you receive in the order they present it.

SAS requires their affiliate marketing course to be viewed in chronological order, similar to how perquisites work at the university.

Welcome Module

The welcome module is your college orientation. It goes through how the course works, what’s in the course, how to use the website, etc.

Although this is the first step into the course, the information in this module is pretty valuable because it sets your mentality throughout the course.

Two key concepts I’ve found is valuable in this module. 1. Setting up goals and measuring yourself and 2. Using the community as resource.

In fact, John personally told me that he used a spreadsheet to measure his entrepreneurial journey:

John Crestani giving advice on how to measure success in affiliate marketing and in life

Week 1

Week 1 teaches you about finding a niche, an affiliate network, and stepping through how to set up solo ads.

One thing I like about this module is that they go over common mistakes of starting out. Whether it comes to choosing your affiliate offer or setting up your solo ads, it’s helpful to keep in mind the mistakes of the people that came before you.

Side note… there are common guest appearances in the SAS. These are people who are experts in their topic. For Week 1, Bryan Biscoe teaches how to set up solo ads.

“Only a fool learns from his own mistakes. The wise man learns from the mistakes of others.”

Otto von Bismarck

Week 2

Week is all about setting up your site or using something out-of-box like ClickFunnels.

John goes through all the steps needed to funnel your visitors and ultimately converting them. In a nutshell, this is really what affiliate marketing is all about.

There’s a lot of verbiage that can get confusing with terms like “presell page” or “landing page” so John clears up the air to that end.

Week 3

Week 3 is all about Google Ads.

I have a certification in Google Ads so let me weigh in my opinion here.

This part of the training is pretty comprehensive. Search ads takes a while to master and John was originally a PPC expert before he started training others. You can expect this section to be meaty.

Week 4

Week 4 is all about Youtube Ads.

One of the biggest reason that Tai Lopez was so successful in marketing his product is attributed to YouTube. People believe what they see more than what they read.

SAS covers most aspects of video marketing in general.

Week 5

Week 5 is focused on social media advertisement, primarily Facebook.

You’ll get the 4011 on how to leverage social media to promote your product.

There are two guest speakers in this module: Robbie Blanchard and Tim Burd, who are experts in social media advertising.

Week 6

Week 6 is the last module and it’s mainly about copywriting. As it just so happens, writing is essential in selling. If you can’t write good sales copy, you won’t be able to sell. Period.

This part of the course is my favorite as they give you solid examples of what worked and what didn’t . Ronnie Sandler and Brian Pfeiffer are reputable copywriters and have scored 7 figure sales. They cover majority of the module

Brian Pfeiffer is a featured student in Super Affiliate System, earning over 7 figures using his course.

The Resources

The resources section of the SAS gives you a library of information that you can use to jump start your affiliate marketing career.

These includes things like buyers list (leads), ad swipes (templates for ads), presell pages, ad networks, and more.

One of the hardest things for new affiliate marketers to obtain are leads. So John gives you a head start by giving you a list of emails and phone numbers of people who are likely to purchase your product.

“Bizopp” is shorthand for business opportunity or digital courses aimed to teach people how to make money

Paid advertisement requires a lot of experiments to find what works. Well, some don’t have that kind of cash to keep pumping out ads that don’t convert. So, John has a portfolio of ads that he’s tried and made successful ones available to all of us in this course.

Faceboook ad swipes – templates that you can copy and paste onto your ad copy

Community

Affiliate marketing can get lonely. Being alone can mean less motivation and less drive. So Super Affiliate System provides a community forum where you can discuss and build relationship with your fellow affiliate marketers.

John Crestani’s Super Affiliate System Forum / Community Section. Discuss issues and collaborate with others in the course.

Now this isn’t as great of a community as wealthy affiliate but it is sufficient enough that you’ll see members of the community posting solutions to common obstacles and struggles.

Final Thoughts & Improvements

If you’re trying to find your way as an affiliate marketer, I completely understand…

I was in your shoes a year ago and I went through my own rite of passage.

Super Affiliate System can and does help you if you decide to take action and put forth the effort.

It took me a whole month of trying to get my first Clickbank sale.

First Clickbank sale using John’s SAS

It took a lot of guts to try it. But it was worth it. If you want just a sneak peak of what the SAS offers, sign up below for John’s webinar!

Hi!  My name is Kenta.  I’m an internet marketer.  I love business and programming.  I hope that you’ll join me on this journey to internet success.  If you have questions or just want to say hi, feel free to reach out via the contact form!

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