Affiliate Trax Review

Today I am doing a review of Affiliate Trax.

Affiliate Trax is a a three part offer that consists of software, training and agency rights to the software. You can get access as of May 8, 2016 at 11AM EST. The vendors are Brett Rutecky and Mike Thomas aka Mike from Maine.

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What Is Affiliate Trax?

The Software lets you easily add people who buy through your affiliate link to your buyers email list. Until recently building your precious buyers list meant that you would have to create your own product and launch it to successfully capture the emails of proven buyers, with Affiliate Trax you can do this by promoting other vendors products and avoid costs associated with launching your own product. The software also provides crucial statistics such as:

  • The total and average profit you make per customer
  • Vendor data such as number of sales, conversion rates and refund rates
  • Customer details such as totals sales and refund rates
  • Additional data to determine how effective and how much you can spend on paid traffic
  • Much more…

The Training is a comprehensive breakdown of how Brett and Mike created and maintain their affiliate incomes. This could have been a product all by itself as you see how Brett does his marketing versus how Mike does his marketing. In total there are about twenty eight videos that show you how to select, promote and get traffic to your affiliate offers. This is a perfect complement to the software, as you need to actually be able to make affiliate sales for the software to be useful to you.

The Agency Rights component is their unique way of offering resell rights to the software. Usually when you purchase resale rights to a product you have to set up the sales page, download page and even a JV page if you want affiliate traffic. You also have to provide support when your customers have issues. However with this option you simply have to create a JVZoo button and send the traffic and they will host all the pages and even provide support to your customers. This alone is worth the price of admission an is the first time I have seen them offer this on the front end as its usually a $197 up-sell.

What I don’t like

Affiliate Trax works exclusively with JVZoo, so you wont get the benefits of this if you promote on other networks such as ClickBank or WarriorPlus. Also the autoresponder integration is for Aweber and Mailchimp so if you want to add your leads to any other autoresponder you will have to download them from Affiliate Trax and manually add them. These are the main issues and I am working on some bonuses that will provide a work around

What I like

I like everything about the software as I personally have been using a wordpress plugin for a few months that does a similar job. It has completely changed and improved my affiliate marketing. However, Affiliate Trax not only replaces that plugin but gives me much more statistics and saves a lot of manual labour.

The training is very solid and I use these methods myself so I know they work and can work for anyone.

The agency rights makes this a no brainer, as the ability to sell a professionally coded software as my own for the ridiculous low price they are asking is easily the best deal I’ve seen this year.


By now I think you know that I am a big fan and definitely recommend that you pick up a copy. Make sure you check out the bonuses that I am offering as this will help you to hit the ground running. They will be ready closer to the launch so sign up for updates on the right to ensure you get the details as well as how to get Affiliate Trax for the best price.

In the meantime you can sign up for the walk through webinar through this link. Please let me know if you have any comments or questions below.

6 thoughts on “Affiliate Trax Review”

  1. Hi Damielle,
    Do I need a website, domain name and autoresponder
    and what other tools I need to do the affiliate and how much will it cost to get started.



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