To be honest, this was a program that had slipped under my radar, because I hadn’t heard a single thing about it before the questions started coming in. The number of people who were talking about Submission Works made me curious, so I decided to go and see what all the fuss was about.
The premise, as explained on the sales page, behind Submission Works is relatively straightforward. After signing up ($59.95 per month) you can enter up to 7 links into the software, which then goes ahead and does all the hard work. Your links start popping up all over the internet, which is turn is then supposed to drive a horde of traffic to the sites that you are promoting.
Simple, right? A little too simple was my first thought, and I had more than a few questions:
These answers weren’t going to come if I didn’t take a look for myself, so I bit the bullet and signed up.
Since no-one I knew had sent me an affiliate link, I signed up through the main sales page and went right in to the member’s area to add my 7 links.
The links that I went with were:
While I had heard talk that Submission Works was delivering solid results in as little as 24 hours, I decided that might be a little bit of hype. My decision was to stick with the program for a full 30 days, which I believed was a fair amount of time to properly assess the validity of the claims. If I did well during that time, I would happily continue. If the results were less than expected, then I was basically only $60 out of pocket.
Since some of the negativity that I had heard about Submission Works was that the only people that were making money were the ones signing up a bunch of affiliates, I decided to skip that part of it completely. I wanted a true test of the program and not one blighted by great affiliate earnings.
This is what I got after my initial 30 day trial period with Submission Works:
To say that I was surprised by these results is putting it mildly. In all the years that I have been involved in internet marketing, I have never seen an ad source deliver these kinds of numbers in such a short period of time. Trust me, I have spent thousands of dollars over the years on software claiming to do the same thing as Submission Works and not one even came close.
So let me say this:
One of the things that you will see on the Submission Works sales page is a Saturation Checker that checks to see if your link is a good one to promote. It seems to always say there are a few spaces left for such links, no matter what I put in. I can’t tell if that’s sales stuff to get you in or whether they are actually so busy that some links are saturating the system.
I don’t expect you to simply just take my word for all of this and go sign up. I do expect you to do a little due diligence and try to find some more great Submission Works reviews. One thing to watch out for is scam reviews that always end with a link to a similar program. These are nothing more than smoke screens designed to keep you away from Submission Works. Look for reviews that are unbiased and that aren’t trying to sell you something else.
I believe that once you have scoured the net for more details, you will quickly find that many people are achieving great results using Submission Works, just like I am.