Created by Kelly Felix, Bring the Fresh is a membership website that teaches users how to start an affiliate marketing business.
What is the product?
Bring the Fresh is a comprehensive training course to starting a business as an affiliate marketer. It provides information on a number of subjects such as using free software to build a website (presumably WordPress), search engine optimisation and how to market products. The training for Bring the Fresh is video based and seemingly heavily based on the knowledge of creator Kelly Felix. With his alleged 15 years plus of experience this looks like a pretty safe bet. As well as the training Bring the Fresh comes with a huge forum that has a membership that is claimed to have over 20,000 members. The fact is that Bring the Fresh is very quiet about what it actually contains which I found worrying for a number of reasons that I shall explore below.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Kelly Felix provides access to Bring the Fresh for a single payment of $47. There is a 60 day money back guarantee in place because Bring the Fresh is sold through ClickBank. In terms of income the testimonials all point towards $2,000 a week as a minimum amount. Kelly Felix goes ones step further and claims that just one of his websites makes him over $100,000 per month.
Does the product provide value for money?
This is a difficult thing to weigh up. The training and forum access are reasonable value for money when put next to most training courses like this, however I am still hugely concerned about several aspects of Bring the Fresh.
Because of the huge gaps in information on Bring the Fresh I was forced to carry out some rather extensive research into this product which unveiled some rather questionable accounts. I was already somewhat worried that Kelly Felix didn’t really talk about the product, instead stating “But I’m not going to bore you with details on what Bring the Fresh is. Because it’s just not necessary”. I would personally feel that the details of what a product is are hugely necessary. Going back to the research that I carried out there are a huge number of complaints about ridiculously pricey upsells, terrible service and a lack of help when struggling. This is exactly the kind of thing that any budding internet marketer doesn’t need and given the fact that there are comprehensive guides covering similar information I would be inclined to look at those first.