UberCamp Gets Serious!

Paul just hit me up about his new redesign and concept of his forum, UberCamp – man its uber nice. He redesigned the whole thing and has a great concept beside it. He has split it up into 2 sections as you can see from the screen shot below. The newbie portion has a nice tutorial about keywords, what networks to use, etc. He covers a lot of aspects in his tutorial and breaks it up into levels. Paul and I chatted for a little and he has been working on this new idea for a while with everyone in mind, newbies and veterans.

The cool part about it is there is a quiz at the end. This proves to you as a beginner affiliate if you can handle and understand the basic concepts. Paul covers the following:

Level 1 : What is affiliate marketing and how do I get traffic?
Level 2 : How to find and choose the right affiliate offers.
Level 3 : How to set an affiliate website/landing page up.
Level 4 : How to drive Pay Per Click (PPC) traffic to your site.
Level 5 : What keywords to use and how to write effective ads.
Level 6 : How to track and optimize your campaigns for maximum profits.

Another great part of his service are the tools! I kinda of new what the new tools were from Gab of AffSpy and just kept it on the low. One tool the Link Redirection Reader reads all the hops a URL or affiliate offer goes to. You can see which networks goes to which networks to another network to get to the advertisers final landing page. There is a redirection exit, which redirects the user to another offer when they leave and the best one is a LP protection. This one actually encrypts your whole landing page so no one can copy it. I really like this concept, since I usually just add a no right click script on my LP.

If you have not heard the podcast between Paul and I, you should listen to our conversation and his interest in helping others. There has been a lot of talk about his forum, I personally enjoyed it. I say I was not very active but when I was there were interesting case studies and discussions going on within the forum.

Overall Paul did a great job revamping UberCamp being accessible to all that qualify. You have to take a test to gain access to the Camp. Once you do have access you get to discuss with all the other affiliates. I like the concept of the teach, test, access since now users get a chance to talk with like minded people and no DP type of a post. Great Work Paul!


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