Commission Hero Review (Robby Blanchard)

Robby Blanchard

Robby Blanchard seems to be rehashing his current Commission hero course to a better “2.0” version this coming March 28. From the promo video, it seems to have an upgraded software, some even new such as the photo and video editing tools, and multiple networks where you can see product offers instantly. It’s the same ‘ol affiliate marketing that promotes ClickBank products though, a reason I’ll personally skip this program. Let me convince you to do the same in this Commission Hero review below.

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“Back in July I found out about an NFT called the Bored Ape Yacht Club. Thinking the artwork was cool I jumped in and bought two. Now the floor price for one is 116 eth. Wish I bought more lol #nft #boredapeyachtclub 📸 @41stcasanova”

Robby Blanchard on his Instagram post

You might ask why I did mention Robby’s obsession with ugly ape jpegs recently. Well, I did because it’s somewhat similar to Robby’s affiliate marketing. Most of these NFT “art” projects charge such a premium price but rarely hits. Once you realize that they are nothing but rugpull and scam, you’ll be left with a sh*tty picture with no value. I mean, you can hire someone from Fiverr for less than ten bucks to draw you the same thing without the receipt in the environmentally-taxing crypto blockchain.

This NFT hype is like Robby’s Commission Hero since it also rarely hits for most people. What I mean is earning from being an affiliate is not that common. Once you realized that affiliate marketing is not for you (because of skills you probably don’t have like effective selling and persuading people), you’ll be left with a useless course. It sucks since you pay a thousand bucks or more for it. Robby also promises too good to be true claim too, just like the NFT projects, that you can earn $1,000 a day following the methods in the program.  I think that the old saying of “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is” applies here.

Don’t get me wrong, the cost of the core training seems to be somewhat affordable at $997. However, it’ll feel like a pressure cooker once you’re in the program. They’ll try their damn best to sell you other addons that adds up eventually. Upsells like inner circle membership and one on one coaching can cost you up to $10,000. I have reviewed a lot of courses and businesses before, and I don’t think you need to spend $10k, let alone a thousand bucks, to learn affiliate marketing.

Another reason to steer clear from Robby is him promoting ClickBank products. If you didn’t know, ClickBank is a notorious den of “shiny objects” – products that promises ridiculous claims without any means to back it up. The chances of you dating your celebrity crush or hitting the jackpot in a sweepstakes are more likely to happen than whatever BS these shiny objects are trying to sell you. If not for the promises, they are usually low quality or promoting unethical means to earn money.

One notable example of this is him promoting Ted’s Woodworking, a course that dubs itself to be the highest converting woodworking site on the internet. It’s Obama awarding a medal to Obama meme written all over it. Turns out, it is a very infamous course that steals other people’s woodworking plan and selling it as their own.

Commission Hero Review

He also promoted other several questionable programs from ClickBank such as ClickBank University, Leptitox weight loss supplement, Cinderella Solution weight loss program, Halki Diabetes remedy, and Flat Belly Fix weight loss program. I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t trust someone that doesn’t care about the quality of what he’s promoting just for the sake of making sales.

I mean, he kinda doesn’t care on what’s he preaching in Commission Hero either. If he did, he’ll be fixing whatever made his methods in Facebook ads highly bannable. To be fair, not completely all his fault since Facebook’s a.i. is being too strict and stern like a bitter old maiden. Still, a lot of Robby’s students has associated his methods to the ban they’ve experienced.

Ultimately, I don’t think the course will be much improved in the 2.0 version as long as it’s tied to promoting ClickBank products and affiliate marketing. I mean, there are better courses out there with better business model run by an individual with better reputation than Robby. There’s no need to settle for less, you deserve better.

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