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Affiliate Silver Bullet Day 2

As you may have noticed from my previous post about Affiliate Silver Bullet, I have been a little sceptical even though I was very excited about this brand new Internet marketing system.

Today I have more information about the system, and I have received a lot of feedback from support.

First things first.

Support at Affiliate Silver Bullet works. They contacted me about 24 hours after I sent them the request. The woman that sent me the answer was very polite, and she answered to of my questions in a great way. I have just sent them a new question, but that’s just about a feature I would like them to add in the future.

Now, I have downloaded all the ten bullets for January. If you don’t recall my post yesterday, a bullet is a top affiliate program that you can promote. Affiliate Silver Bullet has done everything for you, you only need to download it, unzip it, and upload it to your server. That’s it.

I had some problems with the unzipping, but now everything is alright. I am not sure what the problem was, because I tried several tools to unzip them all, but I ended up with an error each time. I am not sure if the problem was that I downloaded and tried to unzip them using software in Windows Vista and Mac OSX, because when I tried Windows XP, everything was suddenly ok.

The woman at support had no problem unzipping, so I guess the problem is solved.

I am stunned by the cool landing pages that comes with Affiliate Silver Bullet, just take a look at the ten bullets for January:

The system seems to be as easy as it can be. The only thing that worries me a little, is that you have no control at all. You just keep sending traffic to the landing pages and the system will do the rest for you. But how do you know that the system works? Ok, you will see that you get traffic if you track your urls, and you will understand that it works if you get paid commission, but you will never see if anybody signs up in any of the forms.

You won’t know for sure if the company are doing what they tell you that they are doing. They can steal your commission for all that you know (but I don’t believe that they will do that). The system is fully automated, and when it’s automated, you will always find weaknesses like this.

I have contacted support about it, because I want to see how many people signs up for the test drive of Affiliate Silver Bullet and how many people signs up for the various landing pages. I would also like to see the dates when they sign up, and I would like to see the messages that they receive.

Maybe it’s just me, but I like to be in control.

You can be in full control if you decide to use AWeber, but I think that using it will take a lot of your time, but it might be worth it?

I am still testing, and I a lot more positive today than I was yesterday.



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