The Super Funnel Review – Thousands Per Day for $7?
Note: We have no relationship with The Super Funnel
The Super Funnel is the latest product from longtime Internet marketer Alex Jeffreys. He says that his system will allow you to earn thousands per day on autopilot, and he’s going to show you how to make money using free traffic and The Super Funnel system is so simple that you can set it up “before your head hits the pillow tonight.”
That sounds impressive, and all the more so since Alex Jeffreys is selling The Super Funnel for only $7. If you can earn thousands from a $7 product, what’s not to like? Does it work? Or is The Super Funnel a scam? Read on for our full The Super Funnel review.
The Super Funnel Overview
The sales page for The Super Funnel takes the common approach of telling you what The Super Funnel is not, rather than telling you what it is. He says you don’t need skills, or experience, or a mailing list or any of the things that you would usually think you’d need to make money online. OK, but what is The Super Funnel? What do you get for your $7?
It appears that what you get for your $7 purchase of The Super Funnel is a video that explains the The Super Funnel system, along with a PDF transcript of the video, a PDF list of resources, and a PDF checklist. What’s involved in The Super Funnel system?
- Find a product to promote
- Build a Website to promote it
- Include both upsells and downsells to maximize your sales potential
- Include an affiliate program so that you can get other people to promote your product for you
That’s pretty much all there is to The Super Funnel, and Alex will then talk about the particulars about how The Super Funnel system is set up so you can get that all-important funnel in place.
A sales funnel is simply a process of introducing a lot of people to a product and encouraging as many people as possible to sign up for a mailing list, buy a product, and buy upsells. The “funnel” will weed out the tire kickers and freebie seekers, and when it’s all over, you’ll have both money and a list of dedicated buyers, as the people who buy everything in the funnel are perfect customers for repeat sales pitches for more complex and more expensive products.
Alex Jeffreys takes his own advice in selling The Super Funnel; the product, offered at only $7, includes three upsells:
- Digital Millionaire Mastermind Course $17
- Membership Site Coaching $47
- Ultimate Bundle $27
These products are going to show you how to conduct really expensive in-person seminars and how to create membership Websites that pay you recurring income. These aren’t new products; they’ve been around for a while. On the other hand, as upsells go, they’re fairly inexpensive.
If you allow Alex to talk you into buying everything, you’ll end up spending, not $7, but $98 instead.
But it gets worse…
It turns out that there’s a bit more going on behind the scenes at The Super Funnel Website. Alex has set up a page for his affiliates, and on that page, he points out that he’s paying his affiliates 100% of the purchase price for The Super Funnel and all of the upsells in the form of commissions.
He’s paying out all of the money? How could he possibly be making any money from The Super Funnel if he’s giving all of the profits to his affiliates?
Simple – He’s building a monster mailing list in the process. By selling a number of relatively inexpensive products through a large group of affiliates, Alex is going to be building a gigantic mailing list of known buyers. That list is gold, and potentially very lucrative.
When you buy The Super Funnel or any of the upsell products, you’re going to end up on Alex Jeffreys’ mailing list. And when that happens, you’re going to start seeing a lot of messages in your inbox from Alex that promote a lot of products in the Internet marketing niche.
They are not going to be priced at $7. In all likelihood, they’re going to be a lot more expensive. That is where Alex is making his money, and that is the actual focus of The Super Funnel. The profits are all on the back end, and Alex is relying on you to provide them. Otherwise, he’s not going to make any money from The Super Funnel.
OK, so is the product any good? It’s OK. The general concept is a well known one and it’s hardly new. You can sign up for a free account at JVZoo and they’ll show you how you can use their system to set up a sales funnel to sell products through them. For all I know, that’s what Alex is going to tell you to do. It’s a solid system, and it works, but you don’t need to buy The Super Funnel to learn how to do it.
The other products are similar in that they’re going to tell you how to do things that you can easily learn how to do for free elsewhere. As for the seminar upsell, you can forget about that – you’re not going to get people to pay you thousands of dollars to attend a seminar if you’re new to making money online. That should be obvious, and selling a course on a topic like that to newbies is rather pointless.
The Super Funnel Summary
The Super Funnel isn’t a bad product, per se, but it’s largely rehashed information, added to rehashed upsells and all designed to help Alex build a really big mailing list so he can pitch more expensive products to you later. You might find the information useful, and he’s not charging a lot for it. On the other hand, there are numerous other ways to learn how to make money online in a more comprehensive way and without spending up to $98 to do it. Instead of buying The Super Funnel, you might join Wealthy Affiliate, which comes with comprehensive training, free tools and even free Web hosting. That’s a much more comprehensive course at a better price.
As for The Super Funnel, I rate it as so-so. There are both better and worse moneymaking courses out there.