Thursday, November 24, 2016

Is Global Affiliate Zone just another internet marketing scam?

The internet is like the final frontier, and everyone’s trying to get in on the gold rush.

There’s a lot of money floating around up for grabs, but also a lot of people trying to get a piece of it. With such high competition, and the technical barriers involved with making money online, only a lucky few really get a slice of the pie. Global Affiliate Zone is here to help.

So does this mean I’m involved?

This video explains everything:

Make sense? Either way, here’s the full review on Global Affiliate Zone.


You can make money online? Okay, the secret’s out, and tons of people are looking for ways how to do it right. Just check out the search history for “how to make money online”.

Julian Sherman and Mathieu Jang co-founded Global Affiliate Zone to people like you make money online. GAZ is an “affiliate program” (MLM) that’s capitalizing on the popularity of internet marketing.

Their mission states…

Global Affiliate Zone is dedicated to providing the most comprehensive, up-to-date training coaching and resources to online entrepreneurs.

With Case studies from around the Globe its become obvious…

What we teach works.

Whether you’re just getting started online, or you’re a seasoned veteran the Global Affiliate Zone Community is here to help.

So, supposedly, you don’t even need to have extensive technical knowledge to learn from their program.

I’m skeptical, because if anyone could make money off internet marketing, everyone would be doing it.

There’s also little to no information on their website about the company itself, when or how they were founded, what experience their executives have, and what their revenue looks like.

They’re at almost 4,000 members and growing. [1] So, they’re not huge, but they’re moving up.

There are tons of internet marketers and affiliate sites out there trying to make money off the world wide web. However, most of them are failing.

But that is, after all, the basis for MLM in general. Most people fail, but a lucky few hit it big.


Their product is a membership to Global Affiliate Zone, which is basically an internet marketing education program.

A membership costs $99 per month, and it includes:

  • Half-hour coaching call
  • 3-hour mentor training
  • Access to the private GAZ community
  • Team group chats
  • Weekly training
  • Capture pages
  • High converting offers (this is vague)
  • Auto-responders
  • Email leads
  • Coaching calls
  • Sales presentations and webinars for your leads

Basically, according to them, “We close sales for YOU!”

While $99/month isn’t cheap, it’s an amazing deal if they really do all of that for you. Mentorship and having a community of internet marketers at your fingers is invaluable – if it’s a qualifty community.From building your site to capturing leads to closing sales…that’s a lot of service for under a

But on top of that, they supposedly take care of nearly everything for you. From building your site to capturing leads to closing sales…that’s a lot of service for under a hundo. But can they really do all of that for you?

I’m skeptical. If it sounds too good to be true, it often is.

At the time of writing this review, the link to “Get Started Now” with their affiliate program is coming up with a 404 error. [2] So basically, their own website is missing the most important link when it comes to closing a sale. Questionable.


There’s also no information on the compensation plan to be found on their website. Presumably, the idea is that affiliates make most of their money off their sales.

Ideally, the idea is that affiliates make most of their money off their own internet marketing, and some decent side money off the GAZ affiliate program. But there’s no evidence to show that that’s the case.

Affiliates do earn a commission on everyone they recruit to become a GAZ member through a basic tiered system, and they also earn commission on their downline. The exact amount isn’t specified.


If you’ve got a real interest in learning about internet marketing, this program is reasonably priced for all that they claim to provide.

Overall, their services include quite a bit.

But it’s really not clear as to how much they actually deliver once you’ve paid them. And compeition for a piece of the internet marketing pie, a very over-saturated market, means that 99/100 people probably aren’t going to see loads of money, if any.

It’s no secret that MLMs are known for getting hot and then falling off the grid a few years later. Are you confident GAZ will beat the odds?

Look, not a Global Affiliate Zone hater, but if you like automated ways to build passive income, there are better ways.

(and you can trash those old MLM habits, too)


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