Partner With Anthony Review (I bought PWA, here’s how it went down)

Welcome to my review of Partner With Anthony.

I stumbled across this program after receiving an email about it, so I decided to look into it to see what it was all about.

And what I found was that it’s a system created by Anthony Morrison, which apparently allows you to “partner with him,” so that he can personally help you make money online.

Long story short, I decided to buy it myself to see if it was the real deal or just another scam. And in this review, I am going to share my personal experience of how it all went down.

Partner With Anthony Review

The Partner With Anthony sales page claims that Anthony Morrison is going to “do mostly everything for you” and allow you to partner with him so that “you can make money when he makes money.”

This is no doubt appealing to newbies looking to make money online, especially given his level of success. I mean, surely if you could partner with an expert, you could ‘finally’ start making money online, right?

Maybe. But this is also a clever sales pitch and one that is used by a number of online “gurus” who sell similar programs. And it’s not the first time I’ve come across an ad for one of Morrison’s programs either.

Who is Anthony Morrison?

He’s basically an “internet marketing guru” that runs a company called Morrison Publishing, which he uses to sell a range of make money online courses. And I’ve reviewed some of these, like Success With Anthony for example. I’ve also written an article about the Profit Cycle Funnel which is a system Anthony created that teaches you how to promote ClickFunnels.

So, what’s this program all about? In short, Partner With Anthony is a training course that teaches you how to make money with affiliate marketing. Which is a business model whereby you promote other people’s products online for a commission.

Related: Complete Beginner’s Guide to Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate marketing is a legitimate business model with good earning potential. I personally do affiliate marketing to earn six figures per year online, so I can say this from experience. And there is value in Anthony’s training too, so it’s not a scam.

However, there are some things you should know before buying.

How Does Partner With Anthony Work?

The way Partner With Anthony (PWA) works is by teaching you how to promote PWA itself as an affiliate. So when you refer others into the same site, you earn commissions.

You also earn commissions on any tools your referrals purchase as they progress through the training. For example, you will need to purchase tools like ClickFunnels, Aweber (email autoresponder) and link tracking software among other services, in order to make your business work.

Your referrals will need to purchase these services too. And when they do, you will earn commissions on these purchases given how the platform is setup.

And since these are ongoing monthly services, many of the commissions you can earn are recurring. Which is actually kinda cool because most of the services he recommends are great. Like Aweber for instance, which I use myself in my affiliate business.

Anyways, there are many other low and high ticket training programs that members can purchase within the platform. So there are more opportunities to earn commissions if your referrals purchase these.

I must admit, this is a clever setup from a marketing point of view.

This program operates by getting you in the door for $7, then once you’re inside the “eco-system” (as Anthony calls it), there are many other things you will need to buy to make it work.

Which isn’t cool for someone who’s looking to get started for minimal cost, but at the same time it’s potentially lucrative for those promoting it. And since most people fit into both categories (the buyer and promoter), there are good and bad points with this.

In any case, expect to spend a lot more money going into this. Because not only are you encouraged to purchase tools to setup your business, but also more training programs he runs.

Inside The PWA Members Area

To access the Partner With Anthony program, you can either pay $97 one time or $7 per month. I chose the $7 option simply because I mostly bought this for the sake of this review, and I intend to cancel before it renews.

In any case, once you buy you will end up at the Morrison Education website, where you can login. This is the parent company and website, where you can access all of Anthony’s programs.

And there are quite a few programs on offer here:

morrison education members area

The PWA program itself consists of 13 ‘sessions’ (AKA modules) which each contain several videos. The first module is pretty basic, and just gives you an overview of the members area, how you’ll be making money and so forth.

The annoying thing about this course is that it’s ‘drip fed’. Meaning you have to wait 24 hours after completing a module, for the next one to open up for you:

PWA Members Area

So, at best, it’s going to take you a couple weeks to get through all of this training.

Either way, there are literally dozens of videos within this course across the 13 modules. So I can’t go into detail about what is within each, but I can sum it up so you know what to expect.

In a nutshell, the training modules show you how to promote PWA. With each module being a different piece of the puzzle so to speak.

So you will be creating a capture page (using ClickFunnels) to collect email leads. Which is setup to automatically redirect the people who subscribe to the PWA sales page, where they hopefully become your referral.

You will also be sending your subscribers emails about joining PWA. So you are marketing to people long down the road, even though they said ‘no’ at first.

That’s the process in a nutshell.

You are simply collecting email leads and promoting PWA as an affiliate. The only way you are “partnering” with Anthony is that he’s showing you how to promote his program, which means you’re both making money from each sale.

He’s also giving you some done for you funnels which is where the whole “I’ll do mostly everything for you” pitch comes into play.

But the truth is- done for you funnels aren’t as amazing as they sound. Everybody who joins this will be using the same funnels, and the same traffic sources, which makes these funnels ineffective for any length of time.

So if you want to be successful, you will still need to learn how to do internet marketing. As in, you’ll need to learn real skills. So it will still take time and effort to build a proper business out of this. There are no shortcuts.

Not to mention, you’ll need a decent bank roll when you factor in the tools and traffic (and optionally other training) you need to buy to make this work.

Conclusion – Is Partner With Anthony a Scam?

Partner With Anthony is not a scam in my opinion.

For a modest fee, you do get access to a fair amount of quality training. And you can definitely make money promoting PWA as an affiliate, which is what you’re doing here.

However, like anything, there are some drawbacks to consider…

Firstly, you’re not really “partnering” with Anthony. At least, not in the way he makes out in the sales video. He is giving you the step-by-step process in a series of pre-recorded videos, he’s not personally working with you at all. So this is a bit of a marketing gimmick.

Second, there are a lot of additional costs here. Such as additional training programs, tools and funds you will need to buy traffic. None of which is brought to your attention prior to purchasing.

Third, this is mostly about promoting PWA, rather than teaching you how to earn money promoting anything you want as an affiliate. And since there are millions of products you can promote as an affiliate, across many different niches, I do think this is a bit restrictive.

You can definitely use what you learn as a member to promote other affiliate offers, but by following this course, you are putting most of your eggs into one basket (promoting PWA). Rather than learning how to successfully promote products within any niche.

Either way, PWA is a legit program being offered by someone who is an expert at what he does. And it is possible that you could earn money by joining and applying what Anthony teaches within the members area.

So it’s not a scam.

But at the same time, it’s not something I’d really recommend either.

Because I personally think there are better, more cost effective ways to make money online as an affiliate. Methods that don’t involve spending $1,000’s on products and traffic. And if you want to see my exact 4-step process for making money online, check out my free training.

Whatever you decide, I hope you found this review helpful!

63 thoughts on “Partner With Anthony Review (I bought PWA, here’s how it went down)”

  1. Hi Tim and others,

    Just a note, I bought the whole thing – the upsells etc and the deeper you get into this the more messy and expensive it becomes.
    Fact is – I agree Tim, it is all about promoting PWA and the ‘one on one’ set up calls are a pre-recorded video class with someone else & in some cases a live session with multiple people on the call.

    Clear instructions are NOT what this is about. If you like/need/desire a very structured plan to follow – this sint it.
    To me the merging of PWA & ClickFunnels -Russell Brunson – felt like an avalanche of emails, usually about 8-10 per day all thrying to upsell me or urge me to join a class that was going to provide me a ‘new business’ for free.

    My overall view is – it’s a legal marketing scheme that if it was only money changing hadns would be called a pyramid scheme.

    In this case the trade of the person below you propells you up & feeds you money in the same way a cash scheme does. It is not illegal, it genuinely does have some value but there are better ways to learn business schemes and build something YOU OWN rather than something you earn a commission from IF IT SELLS – after you have spend more than $1K USD.

    If you invest directly in educating Yourself, in digital marketing courses – you will build a strong foundation and see how much better off you will be in the long haul – in my opinion.

    I wouldnt receommend you drink the cool-aid.

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  2. Tim yea yea we get it you wrote a review on Anthony Morrison program and then in that review put in your information of what your sellling, (yes people Tim is selling something that is an affiliate marketing trick), what I want to know is how much did you pay or what did you do to get on the first page of google.

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    • I got to the first page of Google by learning real skills and creating genuinely helpful content like this, that helps people make a more informed choice about whether or not to join programs like PWA.

      What I promote makes no difference to my reviews. I could just as easily be promoting PWA, or any number of programs, I am just very selective about what I recommend.

      If you want to learn about how I earn money online, I explain the entire process in this beginner’s guide to affiliate marketing.

      Thanks for commenting. 🙂

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  3. Hey Tim,

    Thanks for the review!

    I was torn between creating an affiliate website from scratch and subscribing to PWA until I saw this insightful review and the comments.

    Just new in the digital marketing world and still doing research. I was browsing for the fastest way to earn extra, then this PWA video ad pops-out. I watched it full and was about to subscribe. PWA really got my interest because it really says that I could earn recurring passive income in a snap. Little did I know that the “Eco-system” they’re saying could be a black-hole that cashes out members.

    Any alternative ways for us “newbies” to learn and earn extra without the need to cashout tons?

    Thanks!

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    • Hi Jay,

      In my experience, it’s difficult to make any substantial amount of money online quickly, and every attempt I’ve made to do this has not ended well lol. So my advice is to try to focus on creating a proper longterm business because that is what works.

      There’s lots of great programs out there, so it really depends on your goals. Personally I recommend Wealthy Affiliate. It’s legit, it works and doesn’t cost much. You can see my full review here.

      Hope this helps!

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  4. Hey Tim,
    The bad thing about PWA is there is no way out. He keeps taking my money and I can’t figure a way out of his mess. Please help me get this Albatross from my life.

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    • Hi Mike,

      Their support team is actually pretty good, at least I found it was, so if you want to stop billing just email them. You should be able to find an email to contact them within the members area or through an email they’ve sent you.

      Hope this helps.

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  5. Hello Tim,

    I have also purchased PWA recently because I felt that after looking at this business (as a whole for a long time now) I felt it was time to start somewhere and where better than with someone who has a good reputation and says he will teach you the right way and with “Baby steps throughout”……but I have now come to the conclusion that this is not the case and will not proceed with this “course”.

    As a Brand new starter or as you guys prefer to call us “Newbies” we are cautious and what’s more we are not experienced marketers and so why on earth does everyone not appreciate this point. We also do not have anything like the kind of money that these courses expect you to have in order to be successful and that is the problem with 99% of these courses and Webinars.

    What we need is total and 100% Honesty and when I say that I mean in everything we are told as new starts, for example : here is what to expect and what kind of minimum amount you will need before you come into this programme…….I fully understand that this is NOT what you guys do or like to do but I promise you would find a better retention if you could, and I firmly believe that there are people out there that will operate with full transparency but I have not found them yet.

    I find it amazing how much utter garbage and lies this industry is peddling and continuing to get away with but I have not lost my faith and I will continue to look and find a programme that works and is not full of lies and upsells that you are NOT told about. Maybe I am kidding myself .

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    • Hey Richard,

      Hope you don’t mind but I broke your comment up into more readable paragraphs to make it easier for people to read.

      I couldn’t agree more with your sentiments here, I felt the exact same way when I was first getting started online back in 2015. Both with the upsells and with courses only giving you “part” of what you need to succeed, instead of a comprehensive education on how to be successful. I was also as determined as you to find something real and it paid off in the end.

      In any case, I don’t see upselling as a straight up scam like I used to, but at the same time, there’s a fine line. So basically, the way I see it now is that it comes down to how worthwhile the actual products are, how ethical the promotion of them is, and whether or not you “need” that upsell to do what the original product/service was meant to do.

      So in other words, if it’s a higher priced product or service that offers genuinely higher value, awesome. There’s nothing wrong with that. But if the upsell is purely there so that the owner/affiliates can make more money off of people in a scammy kind of way, I don’t agree with that at all.

      Have you tried Wealthy Affiliate?

      Full disclosure, I am an affiliate for WA, but it’s the most ethical program for complete beginners that I’ve ever found, and it works. It costs $49 per month for Premium (or $99 per month for Premium Plus which you don’t need, this is optional) and the only other cost outside of this is a domain name which is $14 per year per. That’s it. You can buy extra tools along the way but you don’t need to, especially not until you’re making money.

      The other important point worth mentioning is that it takes time to be successful. No matter which program you join. It took me just under two years to reach full time status as an affiliate, but in the grand scheme of things that’s nothing really. So I would avoid anything promising you can get rich quickly with no effort, but without a doubt if you’re willing to put the work in and follow the right process, you can be successful.

      Anyway, hope this helps you in some way Richard and I wish you all the best going forward.

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  6. I do have to disagree im afraid. Anthony does teach you to be an affiliate and to promote his business which is incredibly informative but also he teaches how to make optin pages, emails, separate links, Tracking links etc to promote other products from Clickbank etc. Click funnels, Getresponse/Aweber Are a definite must to keep track of your emails/Customers and for your optins/Thank you pages….. Without these you have no new potential customers and can pay much more than $97 to get an optin page made from a freelancer…. Unless you go through the sessions you wont see what else he shows/Teaches….

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    • Hi Keiran,

      I do agree that it’s not 100% about promoting PWA, and maybe I should make that more clear in the review, but this is definitely the main focus of the program.

      With respect to your other points.. you don’t “need” any of that stuff to create a successful affiliate business. The whole email marketing based “funnel approach” is just ONE way to generate affiliate sales – you can make a full-time affiliate income without ever using a single opt-in page or building an email list. That is a fact.

      Now I personally do use email marketing in my affiliate business, and I have thousands of subscribers, so I am not understating the power of email marketing. Not at all. What I am saying is that it’s not essential to make sales, you can be very successful by simply creating an affiliate website. And that is exactly how I created a six figure affiliate business from scratch. So I am speaking from experience here.

      Also, even if you do want to leverage email marketing in your business, which can definitely be worthwhile, you most certainly don’t need to use ClickFunnels. There are MANY great alternative tools out there that cost a lot less. For example, Thrive Leads which gives you more functionality and costs less. I have personally used both ClickFunnels and Thrive Leads in my affiliate business, so I am making this comparison based on my own personal experience.

      In any case, I appreciate your comment here and wish you the best of success moving forward. 🙂

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  7. I think you glossed over the fact in that in its basic form, this is akin to pyramid scheme. It’s self perpetuating, until it’s not. If Anthony ever pulled the plug, the very last people to join get nothing, but will have invested the $7 to $500~. Yes they get the “knowledge,” but like you said in your review, it is only really useful in helping you sell this scheme, not how to get into the affiliate business on your own.

    Obviously I was a bit skeptical after listening to the pitch, which is why I am here. Glad you wrote this review.

    If it’s too good to be true…

    pyr·a·mid scheme
    noun
    a form of investment (illegal in the US and elsewhere) in which each paying participant recruits two further participants, with returns being given to early participants using money contributed by later ones.

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    • Thanks for your response to this, which is my sentiments exactly. I do appreciate Tim’s review of PWA and researched because I am skeptical about the claims; however, this review also offers to sell you something as part of the “Free Training.” Not much is Free, per se, other than reading promotional articles.

      I didn’t explore all the free training offered to find out all the particulars, but I do agree with most all what Tim wrote in this review, because I, too, am an affiliate marketer, just not so successful at this early stage, and did get started without using all the gimmicks advertised and promoted. Thanks again!

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  8. Tim,
    Thanks for the review. Have you reviewed Entre yet? I did get sucked in and not going to say bad things because I’m still doing the course purchased. I’ve learned a lot from Jeff and enjoy listening to his story. But it seems to me many of the online “making money” companies are really having you promote them. I have a passion for animals, my dog Gus in particular. I thought I could have some fun along with making some good money doing affiliate marketing with pet products. Is that actually possible? I do see the links for becoming an affiliate on some of their sites. But how do I get going? Where do I start?

    I’m all about creating and learning how to build my own funnels and such. I am on Aweber and close to purchasing ClickFunnels. However, you did mention something above in another comment that might be less expensive. And as a matter of fact, I don’t want to take your effort lightly either. Maybe you can share a little more about your 4 steps as well. I am going to click on the link below, but also see your capture page is this one…LOL. Nice work.

    Thanks Tim. Look forward to hearing from you on this.
    Bruce

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    • Hi Bruce,

      It absolutely is possible to create a business online around virtually any interest or passion. And the pet niche is huge, so this is an excellent direction to head in. To give you some insight, even a small site about dog training could make 4-5 figures per month. Which may seem unlikely, but the reality is, there are over 4 billion people online, so even a tiny slice of this pie can be very profitable over time.

      If you want to learn how to do affiliate marketing, check out my free guide.

      Hope this helps!

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      • I was looking for a while. It did not appear in the footer, but after a few clicks around the site while I was logged in, I saw the link at the very bottom right in the footer section. From there most of my info self-populated. Then you choose what you want to cancel from the drop-down menu and submit.

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  9. After reviewing PWA, I am choosing not to continue. I have not paid any money yet and don’t plan on it. However, I also see that you, Tim, are also promoting your own affiliate program on here so you have to admit that you might be a bit biased. I am looking at your program now and I believe that I will try it out. Hope none of this is hype to guide people for your own agenda.

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    • Hi Patsy,

      I think everybody’s reviews are biased in some way, and mine are no different. Because at the end of the day, this is just my personal opinion based on the facts. I always try to be as fair and objective as possible, but I’m not a robot so my opinions and biases are naturally interwoven throughout all of my content.

      And you are right, I do promote programs on this site, which I openly disclose on my resources page and in my affiliate disclosure. But I only every promote programs/resources I use (or have used) myself and those I genuinely believe in. I’m very selective about what I recommend.

      Either way, I take the accuracy and usefulness of my content very seriously, so regardless of what I do or don’t promote, I stand behind what I write.

      The most important thing for you though is to do your own research. You shouldn’t just take my word for something or anyone else’s for that matter. I’m a big believer in doing your own research and forming your own opinions, then you can be more confident in your decision to join or not join something.

      Thank you for commenting and all the best going forward. 🙂

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      • I want my $500 back with the 30 day money back guarantee!! I was a member for 1 day. I was even told I was getting my money back 3 1/2 months ago. Partners with Anthony is a total Scam. And don’t you believe anything else I. Am a Disabled Veteran and to be taken advantage of by this piss ant is starting to get me sick!!’

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        • Paul, my name is James. I too am a “Disabled Veteran” and after only 7 days I read your article I now feel I may have been scammed also by “Partner with Anthony”. So after reading your article, I thought I would inquire as to whether or not you were able to get a refund if you wouldn’t mind letting me know.

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        • I would start by contacting the company by email, which you should be able to get by visiting the site, within the members area, and within any emails they’ve sent you. If that doesn’t work, it might pay to reach out to your financial institution to see if they can help.

          Also, and I’m not inferring PWA is a scam by linking to this, but you might find this article helpful which is about getting a refund from an online program.

          Hope this helps!

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    • Bullshit I put in for a refund the day after I ordered because of medical condition I have from the Iraq war! And I have received nothing but BS from PWA., Mr. Morrison is a crook

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      • I want a refund too! I sign up for IG mastery paid estimate 1400usd for promise to get 10k followers within 48hrs. Worth 21k value. All it does is bring you to be sold again for the followers. Around 2k USD and more.

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  10. i wanted to join ur 8k$ business, but declined me saying my country is not supported, which i find quite outrageous and insensitive to perpetuate, at least u should consider the ways of human race not being prejudicial, it unfair i mean everybody wanna make that green paper. but literally it ur page u choose what ever u wanna do with it, and i also really appreciate for reviewing the bad selfish things *PWA* are doing, i wanted to be victimized by them, b4 i saw ur page, that why i consider yours, but i was declined anyways, tanz anyway.

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    • Hi Victor,

      If you’re referring to Wealthy Affiliate, the free Starter account is not available in certain countries, which is completely beyond my control. However, aside from Nigeria, anyone from any country in the world can join Premium which is well worth it and is a natural progression from the free Starter account anyways. Premium costs $49 per month but for that you get everything you need to build a business online (websites, training, tools, support, mentoring), so it’s well worth it if you’re serious about building a business.

      Hope this helps and feel free to reach out if you have any other questions.

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  11. Tim, thank you for your in depth report and taking the time to dig into a program i thought looked very appealing at the time. Being a small business owner, i know nothing is that easy to start up for pennies on dollar. I know ever business takes work, but at what cost. I love the power of the internet, i use it everyday in my operations, but you have to be extremely careful with all the information being sent on a day to day basis. Appreciate your private investigative work you did!!!

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    • Yeah you’re spot on Sean. I was a small business owner before getting into online marketing and I got scammed a fair bit before figuring out what works. It’s hard when there are so many programs out there pulling you in all kinds of directions but once you sink your teeth into something real it does get easier.

      The key is to avoid anything promising quick and easy results in my experience and look for programs that are being more realistic about what you can expect.

      Anyways thanks for commenting and all the best going forward!

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      • What do you think one could easily expect in the first few months with no experience? I am employed, and make decent money. But I would like to start something to start stacking away some retirement money. So I am not expecting insane amounts of money. Would it be reasonable to make 500 per month in the beginning?

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        • Hi M’lissa,

          This is a good question and one I get asked a lot. And the short answer is, you could earn that much (or more) in the first few months but that’s typically not how it works, despite what most “gurus” say.

          Well it wasn’t for me at least, and other top affiliates I know. Basically the way affiliate marketing works is you don’t earn much in the first 6 months, but it tends to ramp up from here.

          For me, it took 3 months to make my first dollar, about 5 1/2 months to start making regular commissions, and 18-24 months to reach full time status. These days I earn six figures and can maintain my income without much effort given the passive nature of affiliate marketing. But in the beginning I put a lot of effort in. And ALL of the learning/effort was important to get me to where I am now.

          So in other words, it takes some real effort at first, with (seemingly) little reward, but the “fruits” of your hard work pay off in time, and once they do, can pay off for many years to come. So it’s well worth it.

          Hope this helps and all the best going forward! 🙂

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  12. Hey Tim, Thank you for the review! I was about to jump in on the program but I think why not look at some reviews first cause in my experience, it sounds like a network marketing. Turns out I am right. Quite alot of network marketing out there is disguise as DFY.

    There are very few actually DFY and even if you found a legit one, you still need to learn internet marketing or the skills needed to maintain the site yourself and there are usually very expensive. So unless you have ton of money if not, do not bother with it. I agree in going for signing up for WA. I personally use it for many years. But content creation was never my forte and I hated it so I had chasing the shiny object syndrome and lost alot of money to ‘GURU’.

    In the end, well I learn my lesson and now I am sucking it up and just do the work (content creation so be it).

    Honestly, I feel most people fail because we want it fast and not have to do so much work.

    In conclusion, if you are on budget, make sure that you that you have enough money to sustain yourself and make content and learn the skills. If you are jobless, get a job!.

    If you have alot of funding, you can find a legit DFY and learn the skills while to start making the dough fast.

    This is my lengthy comment. Hope if helps someone.

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    • Network marketing? Multi-level marketing is a business model where multiple levels of people get paid a certain percentage of commissions dependent upon the company’s pay plan. Affiliate marketing is not network marketing because you are only paid as an affiliate one level not multiple levels as in multi-level marketing.

      So, affiliate marketing is not network marketing.

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  13. I nearly signed up for this then decided to check it out first as I got suspicious because it seemed too good to be true. Thank you so much for the review. I am so glad I didn’t jump in.

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  14. Thanks for the excellent and unbiased review. I bought into the PWA program and as a complete newbie, the information that I gleaned from it was great, but I couldn’t go any further because of the extra tools, Clickfunnels in particular! I was very pleased with the structure and that he teaches how to set things up. It was the extras that stumped me since $$ is short at this time.

    I continued to search for a beginners program and I found the Wealthy Affiliate site. In my opinion that site is much more user friendly and hands on for me. What is your take on it for the long haul?

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    • Yeah ClickFunnels is good, but you’re right it is pricey.

      And to be honest there are better, more cost effective alternatives like Thrive Architect/ Thrive Leads. I’ve used both and this is hands down not only better but far more cost effective. And it works with WordPress, which means you can use it for a lot more than building a funnel, you can use it to help you create and build out an entire site.

      Wealthy Affiliate is the platform that taught me everything I know. So I can say without a doubt it’s a great way to go, especially for the longterm because that’s what you are shown to create, longterm success. And the costs are very low because for $49 per month you get everything you need (websites, hosting, tools, training, support- the whole nine yards).

      You can read my full Wealthy Affiliate review here.

      It does take time though, since you’re not paying for traffic, you are “earning it” by creating content. But it’s well worth it in my opinion/ experience.

      Hope this helps and all the best going forward.

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  15. I was getting ready to purchase myself due to being stuck in the learning phase. I’m totally glad I decided to check out your review first. Thank you for that. There are more people saying they’ll teach you how to market out there these days than actual marketers. Of course why would they market anymore, people like myself are paying them for us to do their marketing for them!! It’s total bullshit. Thing is, now a days it’s all this dfy bullshit, of course it is, so you get clickfunnels under their link so you can get them commissions while selling their dam products. I’m going at it myself with a funnel and clickbank. Thanks a lot for the review it saved me time and money

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    • Yeah you are spot on John, seems like you are starting to figure the game out, which is a tipping point.

      Done for you (DFY) funnels are a waste of time. They sound cool but the real money is made by learning real skills, taking massive action, having successes and failures along the way, and persistently moving through this to create lasting success.

      It’s a process and it takes time, effort and persistence. But this is what works.

      Trouble is, that makes for a lot less exciting sales page! So nobody is selling that concept, they’re selling the “magic pill” solution because that’s what the masses want, and that’s what makes them wealthy. It’s just the way it is.

      And I think when you realize this, it’s a turning point because then you can then start to focus on building a real business that actually works. And even if it does take you a couple years, you can actually be earning a full time income by then. This is what happened for me and it’s what I show others how to do.

      Anyways thanks for commenting John and I wish you the best of success going forward.

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      • Could you please email me or call me [phone number and email removed for privacy reasons] I am currently struggling to find a platform I am on wealthy affiliate but I never did up grade also worldprofit and jvzoo there’s just a missing link and my puzzle and I’m not sure exactly what it is LOL I’ve been studying this whole affiliate marketing thing about 6 months now I’m confused stuck lost and ready to give up but I know I can’t maybe you could Mentor me please help!!!!

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        • I was also wondering if there is a legitimate copy paste job or platform I know that you have to have several streams of income to reach the twocomma Club LOL

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        • Hi Deborah,

          If you’ve already joined Wealthy Affiliate then whoever you signed up through will become your Premium Coach if you upgrade. But either way I would recommend just getting stuck into the training there and taking massive action. It definitely takes time and effort but it works, and I can say this from personal experience, so it’s worth it.

          Hope this helps and all the best going forward!

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  16. It’s nice to see an honest review. I should have known that at $7 per month I wasn’t going to be truly “partnering with Anthony”. Like you, I have spent money on classes that turned out to be a complete waste of time. I admit it, I’m a sucker for a lot of these Guru’s and they’ve made some serious money from me leaving me with nothing to show for it even though I put in a ton of hard work. Although i have a great job now that I enjoy and make a decent living at, I’ve been looking to supplement my income for a long time to be able to afford some of the luxuries I’d like to provide for my family (is paying for college a luxury? HA!). Hopefully someday I will find something that really does have an achievable upside provided I put in the work.

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    • Thanks for the comment Bill.

      You definitely can earn money online, it is achievable because I do I earn 6 figures per year doing affiliate marketing. The biggest thing is that you need to learn from people who aren’t just out to profit off of you above all else. So you need to find a legitimate program. And once you do, it takes time, effort and persistence. The last one is KEY.

      When I first started, it literally took me 3 months of working my butt off just to make my first $1.17 Amazon commission. But I stuck with it and now I do this stuff for a living.

      Anyways hope this helps and wish you all the best going forward.

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  17. All morning I have been reading about Instant Email Empire which two brothers (Bobby and Bryan Jones) had created (I was told). They were also reps for Partnering With Anthony. They were to be my guides and show me everything. When they got there own business I jump on board. What I read about them an hour ago almost killed me seeing how I have $1000.00+ invested. I thought for sure these guys were on the up and up. Today they shut the doors. I can´t stop kicking myself in the ass!!

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    • I’m sorry to hear that Jeff.

      I remember reviewing Instant Email Empire which I did not find to be legitimate, something which you have confirmed here. And it’s a shame Anthony is “partnering” (no pun intended) with such unethical marketers too.

      Thanks for sharing anyway and all the best going forward.

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  18. I am trying to cancel my PWA but cannot find a place to do that. Can someone please tell me how. I didn’t even go through the entire training video before I decided it was not for me.

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    • Go to Morrison Education. There you’ll find all the products you own.
      Each programme has its own support, so log into Partner with Anthony. So if you have bought anything else, you’ll have to go through the support for each product.

      Once there, look for the support or contact us button.
      Click this and you’ll be able to send an email to them.

      How do I know this?
      I just cancelled PWA, Mastery Funnel Club, Redirects, ClickFunnels and One Funnel Away.
      I have totally run out of money and not earned a cent.!

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  19. I ordered the $7.00 offer on line and was charged two amounts of $7.00 making it $14 I would like one of the $7.00 taken back off of my account.

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  20. I don’t know about how this system works. Please provide details as well. Deducting money but not informing the system work. If this is the way I would like to cancel membership Because I have to pay for the part that generates income that is useful to me I don’t have a lot of income yet.

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  21. Hi Tim,

    What an honest review I got from You. I almost sign up for this and decided a BIG NO after I read your review article. I do not want it , I can do better that he offered by my self through IG or FB ads..heheh

    Thanks so much for the info man,,,your the best !!!

    regards
    Erik @ Indonesia

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