Adam Cherrington is probably a name many of you may not be familiar with, but you have seen him in some advertisements on YouTube. He claims that he made around $90,000 per month, to $450,000 for two months. and he doesn’t even have to leave home to earn that kind of money. How does he do it? Through affiliate marketing. and he invites you to join his program so he can teach you how to do the same. But should you do it? Or maybe it’s better if you’d just stay away? This Adam Cherrington review will assist you in arriving at that crucial decision.
Adam Cherrington actually had a rough childhood before he achieved the success that he’s enjoying right now. At age seven, his parents divorced, leaving him under the care of his mom (who has since remarried when he was fourteen years of age). His high school life was also far from perfect, since, in his words, it was like a survival game out there. His life took a turn for the worse when he graduated from high school. Basically, he hung out with the wrong crowd, and before he knew it, he was a drug addict. He eventually became a drug dealer and started traveling to places, mostly rave parties, to sell drugs. Needless to say, he was caught and sent to prison, but that even didn’t stop him from dealing drugs. Heck, his time in prison didn’t even teach him to sober up (as he claims), but instead, made him much worse, which he carried after his release. It was then that his lawyer suggested he go to live with his father, which then paved the road for his internet marketing success.
He attended community college during this time, and began working various jobs to fund his schooling, from working at his own father’s pest control company, to working in FedEx at night. Initially, he considered entering the music industry and becoming a DJ or starting a band. But that all changed when he took up a course on HTML. It was here when he was exposed to internet marketing, SEO, and all its related technologies, and he immediately fell in love with it.
Since then, he has seen much success in the affiliate marketing industry, after his affiliate websites and links made him around half a million in revenue in a year during its peak. He then started using paid ads to promote his affiliate offers, after Google changed its algorithms which disrupted his SEO strategies. Recently, he has been using YouTube ads to promote his training programs, which is the very reason that you may have encountered his ad at some point while you’re browsing.
Adam seems to be also a big fan of the health product niche, so much that he even recommends that you promote products from the health niche because it’s very well in demand. Specifically, weight loss and beauty. He also recommends that your target audience should be women in their forties, fifties, and sixties as they are the ones who are willing to spend big bucks for things like slimming pills, whitening creams, and even others. He also teaches how to use Facebook and Google ads for marketing, but he also recommends email lists to generate traffic. But no. You don’t need to build an email list for this purpose. Adam says that you should find and pay for other people’s email lists. Finally, for scaling, he also suggests that you hire virtual assistants to do the work for you, so you can turn this into a totally “automated” business.
The cost for joining Adam’s affiliate marketing workshop is around $10,000. Which is obviously rather expensive for just about anyone. And judging from the “video workshop” that I’ve watched from him, it seems like there’s nothing different from the other affiliate marketing online courses that are commonplace. If you’re a newcomer, I would strongly advise against investing so much money into something you still have a lot to learn about. Start with free or cheap courses, learn the basics, and then you’ll be better able to evaluate what opportunities are worth investing significant money in. Besides, can you really stand trying to make a living promoting some health products that are potentially bogus? I sure don’t have the heart to do so.
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