The Super Product – My Honest Review

August 27, 2015 14 Comments


Product name: The Super Product

Product owner: Alex Jeffreys


Price: Discount price $8, Regular price $17 + upsells

Overall rank: 40 out of 100

Verdict: Recommended? Yes and No


Today I’m going to review “The Super Product” I’ve purchased recently online by the recommendation of Stuart from and I’m going to be very honest in my review. I purchased this product because the price was affordable for $8 and I knew Stuart always recommended fair products.

Alex created a few other products and I reviewed two of them in the past. He is an established internet marketer and is making money which means you can learn a thing or two from him.

He is the creator of Digital Millionaire Mastermind, The Super List Method, Digital Product Machine etc. In short, he mainly focuses on teaching how to create a digital product and sell it over and over again and make thousands of dollars.

So, the idea is not new and it works for some people and doesn’t work for others. Ok, let’s take a closer look at his Super Product to find out what it’s all about.


The main idea behind The Super Product

The main idea is to teach you how to create or even outsource creation of a digital product and then sell it once it’s yours.

You can create a product by interviewing top internet marketers or by interviewing experts in any other niche, then pack this product and sell it.

Though the idea is good and legit the product is far from being perfect and below I will explain why. BUT I’m not saying it’s bad.


Pros of The Super Product

  • Training is not bad
  • Price is affordable


Cons of The Super Product

  • The idea of fail-proof formula is a bit exaggerated
  • Earnings are exaggerated
  • Upsells
  • Support is weak


Inside the product

1. Though the idea of the Super Product is legit and you can make money, in my opinion it’s a bit exaggerated.

First off, it’s true that after defining your niche and who is the expert in that niche you can make an interview with them or even outsource it to someone else from and then sell your product once it has been handed over to you.

But the problem is that Alex claims that you can make $300 a day which is unrealistic even for someone who has some experience in internet marketing, not to mention those who are completely new to all this.

Though Alex claims that you can create good content even if you are not an expert I don’t think so.






First off, you must create a good, quality product, not just any product on the fly of poor quality. To create a good one you need first to research your niche to gain some knowledge, get to know your competitors, similar products in your niche etc.

All this knowledge will allow you to create something new, original that differs from other products. If you are not an expert in your niche how can you create something worthwhile?

Interviewing someone, a big player in your niche is good but creating a good, quality product is a completely different story.

Because we can’t sell a motivational material, we must sell real strategies that help people achieve their goals.

But I agree that when you promote a digital product you can make serious money. BUT I really doubt that creation of such a product can be completed in 72 hours or even by a child of 8 as Alex claims it can be done.




2. Inside the members area you will find the main product, i.e. The Super Product in video format mp4 and also an audio version in mp3.

The video is good, but the audio is not bad. It’s an hour and 28 minutes long. Also, you can download the transcription of the same video in PDF format if you prefer reading over watching. I personally prefer reading.



Also Alex’s product includes:

  • 60 Minute Sales Letter Template
  • The Super Product Checklist
  • Interview-Getting Email Swipe
  • Interview Template
  • How To Create An Impactful Interview

all in PDF format


and a few bonuses

  • Alex’s “Black Book” Resource Guide
  • The Lazy Man’s Outsource Guide
  • Copy & Profit Email Swipe
  • Two Step Affiliate-Getting Email Swipe

all in PDF format


and two upsells (bonuses)

  • Alex Jeffreys 5 Pillars video series (Coaching With Alex Jeffreys) The coaching may cost you a few thousands of $.
  • Marketing with Alex that will cost you $97






3. Having ready made emails and interview templates is a good thing but making such an interview is not so easy. You can contact a big player in your niche but there is no guarantee that they will respond to your email, not to mention agree to give you an interview. So, it takes time even in the best scenario.


4. Alex gives some good recommendations and shares some of his strategies how to choose a niche, how to sell your product through JVZoo, how to get others to sell your product, i.e. recruit affiliates, how to outsource some work to avoid wasting your time on technical stuff etc.

Recommendations are good. BUT again, interviewing successful marketers and compiling these interviews into a training product doesn’t mean creating quality digital product.

Motivational stuff is the appropriate definition for such product but not any sort of training or a problem solver. Recruiting affiliates is also not as easy as you might be thinking.


5. “Sales pitch” part of the training is another problem that I don’t like. Alex teaches you that after creating a digital product you need to write a strong sales letter which is good and bad at the same time.

I agree that in order to sell a product you need to create a sales letter to show all the benefits of your product if they really ARE.

But the problem with the most sales letters compiled by so called internet marketers is that they are lying to your face by promising to show you a fail-proof formula that can make you money on autopilot and that even a child can copy these steps.

People buy theses products and can’t achieve even decent results and I’m talking about action takers. Most internet marketers compile sales pitches instead of writing ethical sales letters and they do so because otherwise they can’t make tons of sales.

That’s why sales letters should be realistic without false promises. Make less sales but make them ethically. This is my opinion.


6. Support is weak and outsourced to Zendesk. I submitted my question in the morning and it’s 9 p.m. now and still I haven’t received any reply. I think with this kind of support it can’t be called a Super Product.

Here is the snapshot of the email received from Alex’s support team which says clearly that they will try to get back within 2,3 working days.


So, support is not good. Additionally, inside the members area there is an option to join Alex’s Facebook group which is good but I’m not sure how responsive he really is.


7. BUT I have a deep respect to Alex for being honest at the end of his sales letter. He clearly says that he doesn’t promise any results. Thank you Alex. I don’t respect those who give false promises.



Final word on the Super Product

Alex’s product is not bad and if you want to buy it you can definitely learn a thing or two from him.

BUT if you are looking for a complete program with a step-by-step training on how to make money online with 24/7 support, live chat, free websites, tools and many more then I can honestly recommend you a program I’ve been a part of since 2013 and YES this program makes me money.

You can try it for free within 7 days and if you have any questions feel free to contact me at any time.



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About the Author:

My name is Adam. I'm the founder of Your Income Advisor. My goal is to help others succeed online, by exposing scams and reviewing top rated products. I can help you start your own business online

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  1. Chris says:

    Once you get past the lack of support and the rather irritating upsells it actually sounds quite interesting. How long did you use the product for and do you feel there is a chance of making half decent cash with it? I have promoted various digital offerings in the past but I’ve never really looked into creating one myself….

    • Rufat says:

      Creating your own product is of course the right strategy and you can make a lot of money if you create one. But when it comes to this particular product, I don’t think it contains some kind of critical information that you can benefit from and start making tons of money. Trust me, nothing special.

  2. Derek Marshall says:

    Hi Rufat,

    great website, went ahead and bookmarked it for future reference. Alex Jeffreys may be a successful marketer and with a great reputation online but I do tend to avoid his products after buying one last year and in all honesty it was top quality but I could nt access the part I really wanted and his customer service was … non existant one of those outsourced online services zen desk or something, despite emailing him several times via a number of addresses .. no I am wary of any product by him customer service despite what is claimed.

    • Rufat says:

      I have toy agree with you regarding his customer support. In fact, it’s non existent. It’s outsourced to zendesk which is not what I need at all. The fact that you had some bad experience proves that this product although is not a scam, but it’s not worth the time or money. I recently purchased his product “The Super Product” and to be honest I was not impressed at all. If you compile an interview with someone who is not popular in an online world then your product is not going to become popular too. If you try to compile an interview with someone who is popular you will be struggling for months before you can get that interview. In most cases you won’t be able to get that interview because even if you try to contact them they will tell you that at this time they don’t give any interview. I did it and I know what I’m talking about. At the end of the day you won’t be able to do anything with Alex’s Super Product. I understand that the price is affordable, but you are not going to learn anything new or something that you can really apply and make money. I believe his product is not a scam, but it’s a very limited opportunity and to be honest, for the same price you can get something more valuable.

  3. Tasos Perte Tzortzis says:

    Hey Rufat , another fancy pants program?..What is so super about it?

    …I am not familiar with this person , Alex that you mention.

    Interviewing , sounds nice if you have a good voice.

    The idea is not bad at all , but it lacks support as you say and there are some obvious and expected up-sells.

    Not the best , not the worst , an average “Super” product?..Did I summarise it correctly?

    Honest review as always

    • Rufat says:

      Hi Tasos. You left a comment again. That’s great. Thanks. To be honest, in my opinion, Alex’s Super Product is not super at all. It’s a mediocre product that teaches you how to interview successful internet marketers, then pack it in the form of a course and sell it as a super product. Nothing super, to be honest. Based on this you can create some motivational material at best. To create such a product you need to get an interview from such an influential person which is not easy at all, I would say extremely difficult, almost impossible. That’s why I think the idea of the product is not as great as it’s advertised by Alex and the support is very weak side of the product. It’s very specific product and I think most people won’t be able to benefit from it in the way Alex promises to people.

  4. Mark says:


    Thanks for your review. I had come across this product before but the price tag did make me rather sceptical. At only eight dollars I did wonder whether it would really be possible to get the level of income that he is suggesting. Although I had considered buying this now I don’t think I’ll bother. I’m currently training at wealthy affiliate. Do you think it is really worth buying this product or shall I just stick to the training at wealthy affiliate? I hope that there aren’t too many people who bought this product expecting to quickly make $300 a day. I know from personal experience that making money online takes a lot of time and hard work!

    • Rufat says:

      Hi Mark. To be honest, the price is affordable and the product is not bad. BUT this is a very specific product and it’s definitely not for everyone. Yes, Alex does provide some value, he delivers on some of his promises, but the overall quality of the product is not so high. He teaches how to interview experts in your niche, create an info product and then sell it. Ok, it’s not new. To be honest, I expected much more from the Super Product than it has delivered. To interview an expert is not easy at all and most of the time they are unreachable and you have to beg them for the interview. This part of the training is not practical in my opinion. Interview can’t be packed as quality product in my opinion and it can be sold at best as a promotional stuff. I think you’d better stick to WA training and work hard and you will get more value than from Alex’s Super Product. Of course, even after buying Alex’s product you won’t be making $300 a day. This is just a hype. Focus on WA training and you don’t really need SP.

  5. Kelly says:

    Hi Rufat,

    I enjoyed reading your review. It seems that this product is trying to convince people that they can invent their own intellectual property and then sell it. Anyone can certainly do that and you don’t need to go through this program to do it. You can simply do that on your own by creating your own website and then marketing through the internet. So is Alex’s program meant to teach people how to market online or how to sell these products? You certainly don’t need to package software and ship it anymore. That is becoming the past. Thanks for your review.

    • Rufat says:

      Alex’s product is not bad and you can learn some useful stuff from him, but I have to agree with you that there is nothing special about it. I know myself that I can create my own product and sell it and I don’t need any training on that. He teaches to make an interview with some gurus which is not easy at all. Most of them don’t even reply to your message and those that reply don’t want to give an interview. As for marketing online, his Super Product doesn’t contain any practical instructions and if you want this kind of info you need to pay for Alex’s upsells which is not acceptable for many people including myself. I prefer buying complete products with fixed price.

  6. Maarten says:

    Hi Rufat,

    The super products seems to me as not such a super product after all reading your review. 🙂 I understand that many creating such a product have good intentions, but the main goal is however making money out of it, not teaching you how to make money. (This surely comes in second place!)

    There’s tons of them out there and I do however understand that there are valuable lessons to be learned out of many of these programs, they will most likely not be learned properly by the intended target group: The beginners.

    In my opinion it’s unfortunate that there is money to be made with these “easy process to success” programs. I mean the sales tactics are sleazy and it always seems like it is very easy to do.

    What do you think about that? I’d rather see a great change in marketing tactics in favor of the customer, this would create so much more quality products. 🙂

    • Rufat says:

      I agree with Maarten, Though Alex’s product is not bad and can be a good fit for some people, it’s far from being a super product. And I totally agree with your conclusion that though most people trying to create such a product have good intentions and want to share their experience and success with others, their main goal is making money and that’s why they create such poor products without any support. If a product doesn’t provide a support it can’t be called a super product. Alex’s product can teach you a thing or two but still it has major flaws. But I respect that Alex tells at the end of his sales letter that he doesn’t give any guarantees and it’s really good that tries to be honest. I think this process of creating such products is unstoppable and the only thing we can do is research on the idea or a product to make sure that it’s exactly what you need. This will allow to avoid falling into multiple scams and will save your time and money.

  7. Angel says:

    Dear Rufat,

    Great Product Review yet again! 😀
    I almost died laughing at this one: The Lazy Man’s Outsource Guide
    The name alone is worth a chuckle or two.

    Hmm, I thought with Upsells being mentioned here, it would be likely a scam, but as I read through the entire Blog Post Article, you laid it out clearly on the Pros and Cons to using this. As in what is to be expected and what one may hope to gain from it, for example create a digital product and sell it over and over again in the prospects of getting cash non-stop.
    Yes, you are very right to say that this will not work for all who get excited on the advertisement of this Program. Clearly, I don’t believe it is possible to make so much money with doing such a simple thing. Totally uncalled for unrealistic to be honest.

    I am glad to hear that you mention Alex was generous in saying that this not one of those get rich overnight programs nor does he promise you will earn money right away.

    Yet, it is a bit farfetched in terms of how it is being advertised and support therefore of lacks greatly when one needs it most.

    Yup, I highly recommend your Number 1 Recommendation is the best, hands down! 🙂

    Here’s to you and your continued online success always above and beyond the horizon,


    • Rufat says:

      Hi Angel, I can only agree with what you are saying here. Some features are not so good and explains things that anyone knows. Creating a digital product and selling is not something new and we all understand that it’s possible to make money with it if you have one. But the problem is even if you create such a product you won’t be able to make as many sales as Alex is making. Because he has his email list and that’s why he can make so many sales. Anyone who is just starting online can’t make so many sales and it requires months or maybe a year or two to create such a list in order to start seeing frequent sales. That’s why though Alex’s product offers some real recommendations it’s not fro everyone. It’s far from being a complete course that can teach you how to make money online and the support is not good. With all this in mind I really can’t recommend this product to everyone. For some people it may be a good product and for some people it may be a total waste of money. I hope my review will help people to make the right decision. I think the program I recommend in my review is the best option for newbies and even experienced online marketers.

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