Hello, I’m Billy Davidson. I started my online business about five years ago, easily the best decision I’ve ever made!
I make more money now than I did in any of the jobs I ever had, and I work less than I ever have in my life! I love the internet for the way it’s allowed me to change my life, and I love to work on and grow my business.
I buy pretty much every major new training course released on the subject of making money online. The “big thing” right now is obviously Social Commissions, so I bought it, went through it, and put it to use.
In case you’re thinking of buying it yourself I’ve gone ahead and written a full review of the program based on what I found inside. I hope you find my review useful
What Is Social Commissions?
Social Commissions is a training course by Adrian Morrison about making money on the internet.
If you’re completely new to making money online then please allow me to quickly explain how it works.
As you probably know, the starting point for any business on the internet is getting visitors. The flow of visitors to a website is referred to as “traffic”. It goes without saying that without traffic nothing happens online.
Adrian Morrison’s Social Commissions program is about getting traffic from plentyoffish.com, the world’s largest free dating site. You don’t need to create your own website to send your traffic to, rather you send traffic to existing websites which will pay you on a commission basis when the traffic you send buys what they’re selling. This is known as affiliate marketing.
What’s Unique About Social Commissions?
Going through the course, it was very clear to me the reason Morrison has had so much success with Plenty of Fish is because of how cheap it is to advertise there. I’ve been making money online for almost 5 years now, but I never used the Plenty of Fish advertising platform before I bought the Social Commissions course, and that’s only because it’s something I knew very little about before I went through the course.
For me, the best thing about advertising on Plenty of Fish is that you can be extremely specific about who sees your adverts. We only want our ads to be seen by people who have already shown an interest in the type of product we’re promoting.
Other much more well-known ad platforms also have this feature, but they’re not nearly as cheap to advertise on. When you keep your advertising costs to a minimum your potential for profit increases. And perhaps more importantly you keep your risk to a minimum.
This is key because when most of us first get started online we have a very limited budget to work with, and so taking large risks at the beginning is out of the question. Don’t get me wrong, big risks can pay off with big rewards, but it’s not the way to get started.
My Verdict on Adrian Morrison’s Social Commissions System
Social Commissions is basically a “$5 system”. It’s a system of micro-investing.
We learn how to set up simple advertising campaigns for five dollars. As with any form of business there is a chance we won’t get a return on our investment, but if you follow the instructions provided carefully, most of the time you’ll gain a very favorable return on your investment.
If you’re completely new to the world of business this might sound a little like gambling. But it’s really not. All business requires capital, and entails risk. If you absolutely can’t accept the idea of risk then business isn’t for you.
Of course Social Commissions isn’t about starting a traditional business. Before the dawn of the internet, starting a business required significant capital and a substantial time commitment. It was something which required constant attention and guts.
The internet has made it possible to start a business with hardly any capital at all, and you can work on it part-time, less than an hour a day if necessary.
Of course not all internet business models are based around this principle, but Social Commissions definitely is.
The training is presented in a way to make it accessible to both those who are completely new to making money online, and also to those who are already familiar with the concepts of affiliate marketing and traffic generation. It’s a system which pretty much anyone can use, all you need is about one or two hours per day (though more is better) and $5 per campaign.
I’d say $20 is more than enough to get started with, accounting for the fact that not every campaign will yield a return. It’s possible your first campaign won’t make a profit, and even your second one, but the chances of having three or four losing campaigns in a row is extremely unlikely.
Even if only one of your first four campaigns is profitable your profits will still more than make up for your losses. In other words you’ll still have turned $20 into far more, perhaps even more than $100 depending on how well your winning campaign went, and the commission rate being offered for the product you chose to promote. Now you’ve increased your money, and you simply continue to snowball your money in this way.
After you’ve implemented the system a few times your next task is to scale up. Reinvest your profits to run your most profitable campaigns again. If you had any losing campaigns you might tweak them and run them again to see if they can become profitable, or you can just forget about them. You can also make changes to your winning campaigns to test them against your previous results, ultimately keeping the most profitable variations.
The more time you put into this, and the more experience you gain, the more you can scale up your profits. You could end up doing this full-time, in which case you could start making in the region of $1000 a day consistently within a few months.
The process I’ve described might sound complicated, perhaps even intimidating, but it’s really all very simple in practice. The training provided in Social Commissions is very detailed, so you’ll definitely understand everything you need to. It’s a great little course, particularly for those not already making money online and looking for a way to get started.
I’d like to finish on an important note. When you use the Social Commissions system you’re running a business, and I don’t believe business, in any way, shape or form, is suitable for those in desperate financial situations. You’ll be far better off making every possible effort to seek steady employment in that case. I’m not saying you need to give up on your aspiration to have your own business altogether, just to put it to one side until your situation becomes more stable.
If you have any questions which my review didn’t answer please feel free to ask your question using the comment area below, I’ll try to answer as soon as possible
What’s your opinion on Adrian Morrison’s Social Commissions?