Is Tim Erway’s Elite Marketing Pro a Scam or a Legit System?
An internet marketer named Tim Erway launched a system in 2013 and named it Elite Marketing Pro. Tim has been doing affiliate marketing for almost 10 years now, but how well his product stacks up against the competition? Stay tuned, we'll soon find out.
Our first impression was that it's yet another MLM system and provides little to no value. Some say it's a great system, some call it a pyramid scheme. There is a mixed bag of reviews for his platform.
What Is Elite Marketing Pro?
EMP is a multi level marketing system in which you would focus on building your downlines through various lead acquisition strategies which teach in their training.
You'd make money with Elite Marketing Pro by promoting the system and you can also promote different opportunities to the audience which you would be building.
After you log in, you will have to go through the training modules in a sequential manner - they are all in the members area. The next videos are unlocked only after you've completed the current modules. Not many are a fan of the 'drip feed' approach though, us included.
If you pay for something, you would expect to get the full content right away but that's not the case with Elite Marketing Pro. A coach will also be assigned to you - they can help you get started with the system. It will either be your referral or someone with a higher rank in the system.
Your membership level with the company will decide your commission rates and the accessible products. The more you pay to the company, the more your earning potential is.
EMP's Membership Options
There are multiple levels available in the system. Each comes with their own training modules, support and tools. The higher levels enable higher commissions.
- Free Membership - Not much is included with the free plan. You get instant access to a few free webinars and some content which is readily available on the internet. Any module which is not included will show you an upsell video in which Tim will encourage you to upgrade. You're also eligible to earn 20% on the sales you get.
- Standard Membership - Comes with a $1 trial or a $37 first month/$47 monthly option. You get instant access to the following.
With this option, a lot of goodies are included which you may find useful. Again you're eligible to make up to 20% commissions with this level.
- Standard Annual - Costs $297 one-time. Same as the above option but here you can earn 20-40% depending on the products you promote. When someone purchases the 'attraction marketing e-book' which is more of an ethical bribe, you earn the full $1 commission. That essentially qualifies a visitor as someone who is willing to spend some money with the system - not many companies want freebie seekers anyway.
- VIP Member - Everything is unlocked with this plan and you can earn 70% on the sales you bring. You get instant access to the following.
You get access to all these products. Some claim the company even gets a sales team behind you and they follow up with your leads 1-1 through phone calls, and emails. This way you can earn up to $18k per prospect!
If people are willing to get the flagship option and they find value from it, it's really a win-win situation in this case.
Conclusion - Is Elite Marketing Pro a Scam?
No, it's not a scam. If you have the budget, and are willing to learn some new skills (driving targeted traffic) and take action on it, you can give it a shot. Their traffic training does include generating organic traffic with Google and YouTube. We liked how they include some free traffic generation strategies.
With that said, it's not for everyone. The right people could make a killing with it - no doubt about it. Most people struggle to make a dime online because they are being misinformed and there are a bunch of bunk programs which provide little value.
However, there is a way for the average joe to make a killing working online. Truth be told - it's not easy but if you're willing to put in the work, you'll get results.
Using this brand new FREE affiliate marketing training, a broke 20-year-old went from $0 to $6000 a month working online.