• Product – Webcopycat                                                                             
  • Owner – Devon Brown
  • Legit – Yes
  • Recommended – Yes
  • Website – Webcopycat.com

Welcome to my review of Webcopycat, this review will go through the entire system and what it provides. I should say in advance that I am a part of Webcopycat, but that will not influence this review.

I am no longer a member but this system is still good for those beginning their affiliate marketing journey.

Devon Brown is the brains behind this product, calling it the easiest system ever. Devon is a well-known Internet Marketer and is generally well thought of. He designed this product specifically for new internet marketers.

Webcopycat claims to be the easiest system ever, in my review I will see if this is true and how easy it is to implement the system

For New Internet Marketers

Webcopycat is geared towards the absolute newbie if you are an advanced marketer you will get little benefit from this programme.

However, if you are tired of buying products that never live up to its sales page claims and products that are not newbie friendly (despite saying it is), the webcopycat is for you. 

There is very little you have to do, once the system is set up, all you do is drive traffic to your offers and wait for commissions to come in.

This is why it is called the easiest system ever.

What is Webcopycat?

One of the digital products you can promote

Webcopycat provides you with a digital product to promote for every single month that you are a member.You are provided with a complete sales funnel that includes an optin page and a few of sales pages. 

There are also a couple of upsells that are included in each product.

If you don’t know what up-sells are (I didn’t at first, although I had been through them) they are simply extra products that you can purchase that will help with your main product.

Upsells are sometimes annoying, especially if you are compelled to buy them because it seems that the first product will not provide everything. Or in many cases they make it seem the upsell will automate everything for you and you hardly have to do any work. This is one  aspect of the industry I dislike.

However, in the case of Webcopycat, all the upsells are just complimentary and are not required.

Should you sell any of these products, then the commission will be split 50/50 with you and webcopycat. I think this is more than fair since the majority of the work is done by Devon and his team.

Creating a digital product like this takes time and a lot of money, you must write a compelling sales page, good squeeze page and create a good digital product that people will want to purchase.

For new Internet marketers, this is way out of their depths and so to get something like this that is ready made will definitely help newbie internet marketers.

High Ticket Offers

Also, included in the back office is 3 high ticket offers, if you don’t know what high ticket offers are, they are products that will give you a large commission should you manage to sell one. These digital products are not created by Devon but by sellers on JVZOO. JVZOO is a platform that a lot of marketers use to sell their digital products.

If you are a new affiliate marketer it can be hard to get approval to be an affiliate for many of those products. However, if you become a member of webcopycat, then you are automatically approved for these 3 offers provided you are registered with JVZOO.

Traffic methods

You also get training on traffic methods both free and paid. The main paid method is solo ads and for this, you are provided with e-mail swipes to use for your solo ad campaigns.

The team behind webcopycat also provide you with a set of traffic packages (you have to pay for these), you choose which traffic package best suits your needs, purchase it and Devon and his team will do the rest.

Udimi is the platform that the solo ads are ordered from, I have only ordered a couple of packages from webcopycat, I usually find it much cheaper to order it myself from Udimi. You have more control, like which solo ad seller to buy from and you have the option to order as little as 25 clicks to thousands depending on your budget.

One my favourite solo ad vendors is this person, he has always provided me with good results when I order from solo ads from him.

His traffic has consistently given me good optin rates and on many occasions, I received sales as well. A very good solo ad vendor and always over delivers. 

Solo ads

Solo ads packages within the backoffice

Done for you

Not only will you get a done for you sales funnel but the team behind this product will also set-up your autoresponder for you. This costs an extra one time fee, but for me, it was worth it, because, like I said I didn’t know what an autoresponder did or how to set one up to collect email addresses.

They will load a series of emails into your autoresponder promoting products on your behalf. If you have experience with setting up e-mail series and know how to connect your autoresponder to sales funnels then this isn’t necessary (Honestly if you are an experienced marketer then like I stated in the beginning, this product may not be useful to you, it’s totally set up for newbies).

Upsells?

There are no upsells for the actual product, but once you are in, there are further products in the back office that you can buy that may help you further. There is a coaching programme from Devon himself that costs a one-time fee of $297 dollars and you also have the option to buy the entire set of webcopycat sales funnels for $397 dollars.

Cost

You can try out the system for 10 days for only $1 and thereafter if you wish to continue it will cost you $34.95 on a monthly basis.

However, if decide to buy the entire set of sales funnels the monthly fee will be waived and you will get lifetime access to webcopycat.

You will also have to pay a monthly fee for the autoresponder, I’ve seen some people complain about this, saying they unaware about the extra cost. This is a necessary cost that really benefits you in the long term as you will be building your e-mail list and if you ever decide to leave webcopycat, you still have a valuable asset in this list.

One of the downsides people may have with this is that the systems preferred autoresponder is aweber. So, if you already have an autoresponder and it’s not aweber you may find this a little annoying.

Conclusion

Although I would recommend this programme for any new marketer, if you are experienced then this system will be of little benefit. Devon has built a solid product that will help greatly in understanding how e-mail affiliate marketing works without you having to worry about building opt-in pages that collect e-mail addresses and creating landing pages that sell. Devon also provides regular updates and advises members regarding best practices in affiliate marketing.

However, if you want to build a real sustainable online business, I would suggest you build your own website and monetise it through various means. My No.1 training programme for this type of business is Wealthy Affiliate.

You can read my review of this programme here.