Welcome to my review of the Click Wealth System, a relatively new product that claims to show you how to start an online business and make money online.
You are here because someone has pitched you this system and you want to know if it is legitimate or just another product that makes big claims but fails to live up to them.
So, to provide a full and thorough review of this system, I decided to purchase the product and check it out for myself and see how it works.
Click Wealth System Review
So, something that annoyed me straight away about this system was its sales page, it’s not your traditional sales page where you can skip most of the hype and get to the part where it actually talks about the system.
This is a video sales page, which isn’t annoying in of itself, however, you cannot skip the boring introduction and it doesn’t provide a text version of the video. So, to find out what the. money making method this system is about, you have to sit through the whole presentation.
I could not go five minutes through this video presentation, so I decided to look at the affiliate details of the program to see if there were any details about what this system is all about.
There wasn’t much detail other than the fact that it is a DFY affiliate marketing system, so I suspected it would be something similar to the 12 Minute Affiliate System or Perpetual Income 365 and my suspicion was not misplaced as you will see from this review.
So, as I said near the beginning of this article, I decided to purchase the Click Wealth System so that I could bring you an honest and unbiased review of this new make money online product.
The basic system costs $9, so not very expensive, however, there are a few upsells that will be offered to you.
In total there are three upsells that will be offered, they are the following:
Profit Activator – $147 – When you buy the system, you get access to a couple of DFY landing pages. This upsell will allow you to add 5 types of features that will hopefully increase your opt-in rate. When I rejected this offer, I got offered again this time with a huge $50 off, to me it just shows how over-priced the original offer was, still declined it though.
Click Profit Multiplier-$148 – A basic text spinning software that will allow you to rewrite DFY emails so that they are unique to you and minimise the chances that the emails hit the spam box. I declined this upgrade and the system again took another $50 off, still rejected it though.
Profit Sites- $95 – You get an additional 5 extra landing pages that you can tweak for your own affiliate campaigns. This was not offered during my initial purchase of the system, instead, it’s just listed as an upgrade within the member’s area.
When I inspected these upsells, I had a feeling that I had seen similar upsells on another program called Perpetual Income 365. So, I checked out the upsells for Perpetual Income 365 and sure enough, they are remarkably similar.
Look at the image below, it lists the upsells for Perpetual Income 365, the names are slightly different, but to me, they are the exact same upsells as the ones offered by the Click Wealth System.
What does this mean? Nothing really, just that the owners of these two products may know each and are working together or one of them has copied the other. It doesn’t really matter to me, I just wanted to point out the similarities of these products and despite what may be suggested on their sales page, it is not new or revolutionary.
So, after rejecting the upsells, I logged into my Click Wealth System account and this is how the member’s area looks.
I must say, the layout also looks similar to that of the Perpetual Income 365 system, although, I think the Click Wealth System has a much cleaner look.
There is a short welcome video that lays out how the system works, it’s basically making money through affiliate marketing using solo ads as the main source of traffic. However, for some odd reason, the creator of this system uses the term “customer, middleman, arbitrage” instead of affiliate marketing and “influencer traffic” instead of solo ads. Those terms are technically correct but why use them instead of the proper name this method goes by?
Basically, this is how the system works, you get a set of DFY landing pages that you link up with an email marketing platform called GetResponse. The system automatically fills up your autoresponder with 2 months’ worth of emails, you purchase some solo ads and direct the traffic to these landing pages. People sign up and they start receiving emails from you for 60-days, these emails are focused on promoting the Click Wealth System.
That is the whole system, in a nutshell, you will be buying a system that will teach you how to promote it to others via affiliate marketing (or as the creator calls it, customer-middleman-arbitrage).
There are some decent quick start guides on how to best use this system and support is provided via email and the Click Wealth System Facebook group.
Is this system right for you? On paper, this is a very simple system to use, after initial setup, all you have to do is send traffic to your landing pages and everything else is more or less automated.
If you are completely new to affiliate marketing and the whole concept of making money online, this system may seem like a dream come true. However, from personal experience, DFY affiliate marketing products like the Click Wealth System is not suitable for beginners.
They provide a false impression that starting an online business through affiliate marketing is easy and that hardly any work is involved. Which could not be further from the truth, starting an online business is not easy just because you can do it from the comfort of your home.
Solo ads are not a good source of paid traffic (although they do work) and unless you know what you are doing, you can end up spending a lot of money with very little without seeing any positive returns on your investment.
The solo ad industry is also filled with a lot of scammers, I have even seen experienced marketers get ripped by dodgy solo ad vendors, so for beginners, its an absolute minefield and should definitely be avoided.
This is why I believe a lot of people give up easily or just move from one system to another, they realise it’s not as easy as advertised by these DFY systems and either give up or jump on to the next system that promises them a push-button solution.
Although I do not personally like these types of programs if you are an experienced affiliate marketer who has a huge budget for solo ads, this system may work for you.
However, seeing as this system is targeted towards beginners and most people reading this review will be new to affiliate marketing, the only thing I can advise you is to stay away from these types of programs.
From personal experience, it is tempting to join these types of DFY systems where very little work is needed from you, but I honestly believe this sets you up for failure, especially in the long run.
I honestly believe its best to learn how to do how to build an affiliate marketing website yourself and how to drive organic traffic from search engines and social media networks, you will learn new skills which will
Still, if you are really curious and want to test it out yourself, it costs only $9 to access the system but you will need at least a few hundred dollars to test solo ads and see which vendor provides you with the best results.
You are given a list of solo ad vendors that have personally handpicked by Matthew Tang (the creator of Click Wealth System), however, you should do your own research and make sure any solo ad vendor you go into business with has a good reputation
Just be aware that you will need an account with Clickbank (which is free) and a GetResponse account (which has a free 30-day trial) to make this system work.
This is a decent DFY affiliate marketing system, I wouldn’t recommend it for beginners, however, if you have a large advertising budget and have some experience in affiliate marketing, the Click Wealth System may be suitable for you. I am not a huge fan of these types of programs, but if you know what you are doing, there is no doubt you can make money with this system.
However, if you are a complete beginner, I recommend you start your affiliate marketing journey with Wealthy Affiliate. I know what you may be thinking, another review where the author recommends Wealthy Affiliate over every other product. First of all, I only recommend programs that have worked for me and as you can see from the image below, Wealthy Affiliate has helped me earn a decent income with the Amazons Associates program.
Also, I could have easily promoted this product and inserted affiliate links in this article, however, I really do not believe this is a good system for newbies and I never recommend MMO products that I would never use myself.
Wealthy Affiliate isn’t perfect, but they have been helping people start an online business for over 15 years now and have a huge number of success stories. So, if you are willing to work hard and do whatever it takes to succeed in starting an online business, give Wealthy Affiliate a try.