The Compoundly Method is a product released by established internet marketers, Anthony Mancuso and Paul Nicholls.
In their product, Anthony and Paul promise to reveal a way to earn $100+ per day online by using a hidden method.
These are bold yet common claims with make money online products, so the question today is…does The Compoundly Method live up to the promise?
In this Compoundly Method review, I’m going to cover everything there is to know about Anthony and Paul’s product so that you can decide for yourself if this product might be right for you.
Let’s take a look at exactly what’s on offer.
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What Exactly Is The Compoundly Method?
Product Name: The Compoundly Method
Product Type: Affiliate marketing/make money online
Product Creators: Anthony Mancuso and Paul Nicholls
Product Price: Early bird price $12.95. Usual price $67
My first impressions of The Compoundly Method website are generally positive. However, there are a couple of points that give me reason to be slightly cautious about what this method actually is.
Firstly, there are many screenshots of earnings apparently made with The Compoundly Method. There’s nothing wrong with proving what can be achieved with a product, but the “money-shots” do make up the bulk of the sales page content.
Secondly, there’s also mention of being profitable and an expert in your niche within 24 hours.
In the 10+ years that I’ve been working online and reviewing ways to make money on the internet, I’ve NEVER found a legitimate way to do that in such a short space of time.
So I do have reservations about what The Compoundly Method is all about, and I hope that it can in some way live up to it’s lofty claims.
The Compoundly Method In a Nutshell
Put simply, The Compoundly Method teaches you how to profit as an affiliate marketer by reviewing products through a website, YouTube, and an email list.
This is the method that Paul claims turned him from a broke newbie into 6 figure per year super affiliate.
Once signed up you gain access to the members’ area where a series of training modules teach you the process in an over-the-shoulder fashion via video.
In total there are 9 training modules covering each step of the process, Including:
Module 1 – The Money Machine – An overview of The Compoundly Method with an emphasis on building trust and credibility with your visitors.
Module 2 – Assembling your tool belt – The tools you need including a domain name, hosting, autoresponder service, and a video capture program.
Module 3 – Preparing for success – A peek at the structure of Paul’s website and how to set everything up.
Module 4 – The profit triangle – The link between free traffic and the right way to convert it to sales.
Module 5 – The winning formula – How to add bonuses to increase the chances of sales.
Module 6 – Offer selection done right – How to pick products from the likes of JVZoo and WarriorPlus.
Module 7 – Secret traffic vault – Additional ways to drive traffic to your promotions from the likes of forums and Bing Ads.
Module 8 – Free method – An overview of the free traffic model.
Module 9 – Profit, rinse and repeat – Repeat the process to increase income.
In addition to the training, there are also 3 bonuses included with The Compoundly Method.
Bonus 1 – The Compoundly Method ‘Rolodex of Profit Tools
A selection of tools used by Paul and Anthony to get the best out of your promotions. Includes free and paid versions.
Bonus 2 – Emergency Cash Booster
A list of methods to generate quick cash online whenever needed.
Bonus 3 – Traffic Power-Pack
A selection of 4 ways to generate traffic. Training comes in video form and includes templates.
Are There Any Additional Costs With
The Compoundly Method?
As The Compoundly Method is based on having a website, you will have to spend some money to get up and running if you don’t already have one.
Aside from the once-a-year cost of a domain name (approx $10), hosting and autoresponder costs are likely to be around $30 – $40 per month in total. As for a video capture program, there are many free programs available online.
Just like every other make money online product released these days, there are a number of upsells/upgrades available with The Compoundly Method.
Upsell 1: Done For You ‘Compoundly’ Campaigns ($37)
A series of DFY campaigns that save you the hassle of setting everything up manually.
Upsell 2: Top Secret Profit Explosion (5-10x Your Income) – $97
A video coaching series full of powerful earning methods to further increase your affiliate earnings.
Upsell 3: Unlimited Traffic Siphon ($197)
A limited offer that allows 50 members to siphon traffic directly from The Compoundly Method website.
Upsell 4: Super Affiliate Classroom ($397)
An advanced level of training that will show you how to increase your earnings to $500 – $1k per day.
Upsell 5: Reseller/License Rights ($177)
Reseller rights to sell The Compoundly Method as your own and earn full profit from the program and all upsells.
Are The Income Claims Realistic?
There’s no denying that writing honest reviews about any kind of product can be profitable from an affiliate marketing point of view.
But Paul speaks often within his training about building trust, and that’s not something that can happen overnight.
It takes time to build a positive reputation and earn trust and respect from your visitors. Without trust, you have no income.
So while the income figures suggested ARE possible, they are definitely not possible as quickly as The Compoundly Method suggests.
What Are Others Saying About
The Compoundly Method?
The big problem with upsells in particular these days is that they encourage affiliates to be overly biased with their reviews.
Let’s face it, if a product plus the upsells can earn an affiliate $500+ dollars, you can be sure they will do all they can to make you buy it from them.
The most common way of doing this is to offer a whole bunch of worthless bonuses. You can see an example of that below.
If you look around the internet as I did for reviews of The Compoundly Method, you will find MANY biased reviews of this type.
There are also MANY video reviews where established marketers say very little about the actual product, but they speak a lot about their bonuses.
Ironically, what these reviewers are doing is what Paul and Anthony teach – just not in the trusted and honest way they suggest.
At the time of this review, there are hardly any unbiased reviews without those bonus influencers.
Of the handful that I could find, the general opinion is that The Compoundly Method is well put together but there is nothing new or groundbreaking about it.
The Compoundly Method: My Final Verdict
What I like the most about this product is that it helped Paul to go from being a broke newbie to someone earning 6 figures per year.
There’s no doubting whatsoever that the method works, it absolutely does.
However, you will definitely not be earning the figures suggested on the sales page within 24 hours.
Paul himself says it’s taken 3 years to get this system nailed, so how can anyone buying the product expect it to work so soon?
If you are someone looking for a way to make money online and don’t mind working hard and spending some money to get started, The Compoundly Method would be worth a look.
However, if you have some experience online then I don’t think it will contain anything that you don’t already know about.
Do you have experience with The Compoundly Method? Leave me a comment below and tell me how things are going!
Marcus – WFHW