As I mentioned in my post on where to buy an affiliate marketing course, I think Bring the Fresh provides a strong alternative to some of the other leading affiliate training programs, but doesn’t have quite as good an offer as Wealthy Affiliate or AffiloBlueprint.
So here’s my Bring Fresh Honest Review.
Should You Buy the Bring the Fresh Trial?
Honestly, yes. For a few reasons…
- The videos are awesome. I honestly think these are the best video-lectures in the affiliate-income industry. They’re well organized and fun to watch, and I’m a huge fan of the presentation style used.
- t’s only $7. There’s no getting around the fact that this program provides incredible value for such a low pricc. The only alternative remotely comparable to that price is Udemy. Even after the trial, the membership only bumps up to $47, and even that’s far cheaper than most of the competitors, and certainly a better price than thepay-upfront model proferred by the niche profit course.
- The method is widely used. If nothing else, think of it as a competitor survey. If you’re a consistent reader of this site you know that I always encourage you to think of your online business as a business. Usually that comes up in terms of how to evaluate results, but here I’m thinking in terms of continuing education. As a business owner, it’s your responsibility to be aware of the primary methods used in your industry. Bring the Fresh provides a complete, working method of how to rank online, and you should definitely know the details.
There are 2 big disappointments in my mind:
- It’s not Rocket Science. Well, nothing about affiliate marketing is rocket science, but you know what I mean. The method he talks about isn’t as radically different as he makes it out to be in the introductory videos. It basically boils down to keyword research on steroids. A need to know topic, definitely, but there are ample programs providing the information.
- The Community Isn’t Great. There is a members-only forum where you can ask questions and interact with other subscribers, but it’s not as active as it could be. As I’ve mentioned elsewhere, to me taking a course has a lot to do with getting involved in the community. It’s about both knowledge and motivation, especially when you’re first starting out.
So, yes, you should buy the Bring the Fresh Trial for a cheap $7, and you might even want to get the full membership for a month or two to make sure you have a good grasp of all the material, but I wouldn’t become a long-term member.