Created by Mark Ling, Affilorama is a complete training program and a set of tools that have been designed to help users start an affiliate marketing business.
What is the product?
There are two different sides to Affilorama. The first of these is the extensive training, most of which is based on the knowledge of creator Mark Ling. Some of this information is free but the majority of the information is locked away unless you are a premium member (a paid service). The second part of Affilorama lies in the tools that Mark Ling sells. These are affilotheme, affiloblueprint and affilojetpack. The first two are relatively self explanatory providing a WordPress theme and a business blueprint respectively. Affilojetpack is a package that contains the same WordPress theme as affilotheme but also comes with a series of content for your sites that Mark Ling refers to as done for you. All of this has allegedly been created with a view to helping new affiliate marketers get a business up and running as quickly as possible.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
The cost of Affilorama is the biggest downside to the service. Whilst there is a one month trial for just $1, the cost of premium membership quickly accelerates to $67 per month after your first month. The tools are not any cheaper with affilotheme weighing it at $97, affiloblueprint at $197 and affilojetpack costing $997. None of these seem to be offered with a money back guarantee either which is a larger concern. In terms of income Affilorama has been created with a view to helping members attaining $500 per week with the all the tools and training.
Does the product provide value for money?
Personally I don’t see any aspect of Affilorama as being really worth the money with the possible exception the $1 trial.
Put bluntly, Affilorama is too expensive for the market that it tries to capture. The program seems to be aimed at predominantly those who are new to affiliate marketing and these are exactly the demographic that don’t have $1,200 initial outlay plus an additional $67 per month. There is a lot of slick marketing going on but I don’t see any evidence that I would call substantial. Personally I would advise anybody starting out that there is much cheaper advice and tools available that would suit any newbie well enough.
Therefore I cannot see anything about Affilorama that I would really recommend.