Created by Chris Luck, Luck League is a training program that teaches users how to start an affiliate business. The system has a focus on ClickBank.
What is the product?
According to Chris Luck, Luck League is a training course that teaches you everything that you need in order to become a successful affiliate marketer. The training is video based and broken down into snappily titled modules that hide the fact that the information on offer is actually rather mundane and average. Luck League does however cover a decent amount of information including things like generating traffic, content creation and keyword research. Most of what is taught is primarily based around running a blog for marketing purposes. Whilst Chris Luck doesn’t explicitly state it it seems likely that much of the information is based on his personal experiences in running his own affiliate marketing business, especially when you consider that he has allegedly been making money online since 1999. The focus for Luck League is very clearly on ClickBank however it bears mentioning that there is also a whole section on Amazon marketing.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Luck League is far from cheap coming in at $37 per month for the basic video training. For an additional $60 per month (bringing the price up to $97) you also get access to various VIP packages that cover additional details. Finally there is a one off payment of $777 which buys you a lifetime membership that comes with all of the above including one to one coaching. Whichever package you choose, there will be a 60 day money back guarantee in place as Luck League is sold through ClickBank. In terms of potential income this is a difficult thing to gauge. Whilst Chris Luck claims that the methods that he teaches have made him over $25 million in just 7 years this is very clearly not the norm and any results are likely to be a small fraction of this.
Does the product provide value for money?
I don’t believe that Luck League does provide value for money at all for reasons I shall explore below.
Put simply, Luck League is too expensive. Despite the income claims by Chris Luck there is no real evidence that what is on offer in Luck League isn’t available elsewhere for less. From what I have seen the training is top draw which makes it more of a shame that Luck League is so overpriced as this would probably be a pretty good place for new affiliate marketers to start.