PPV is the current “hot” thing these days for affiliate marketers, and PPV Playbook is currently the place to learn it. I’ve been a part of many different internet marketing forums, free and paid, and the PPV Playbook forums is the one that has shown the most growth since the beginning of the year. It’s hard for many forums to gain traction, especially paid ones, but founder David Ford has managed to do it. In this PPV Playbook review, I’m going to show you a sneak peak inside and share with you why it’s the (only) place to go to learn PPV.
As a PPV Playbook member, you get:
- David’s PPV video lessons covering a wide variety of topics, strategies and tutorials
- Actual PPV case studies of real campaigns, successful and failed
- A place to get landing page reviews from David and other members
- Private coaching from David
- Access to the Affportal PPV tools
David knows all things PPV and he definitely knows how to teach it. If you were at Affiliate Summit West this year you might have heard about or attended his PPV Mastermind Group at the conference. He is also the author of the PPV Playbook ebook which is an excellent guide on PPV in it’s own right. What I like most about David is how much he is willing to share. On most of the case studies he does, he shares the actual targets, landing pages and thought process behind each campaign. The thought process is the most important thing of course, as everyone copying a particular PPV campaign will soon kill it.
A forum is nothing though, without an active community. I’m always impressed by the number of new posts every time I log in and the PPV Playbook forum has really developed a helpful and loyal community. Not only does David post his own PPV case studies, but he actively encourages members to post their own as well, by giving away prizes and other cool incentives. It’s working too, because there are a lot of follow along campaigns going on currently.
You can tell that what David is teaching is working because of all the success stories on the forum. And as word spreads, the PPV Playbook forums is attracting popular bloggers like MrGreen, Justin Dupre, Jonathan Volk along with many other “big name” internet marketers. Ryan Eagle from EWA is a frequent poster, and representatives from Lead Impact and Plenty of Fish are on the site as well. This is making the PPV Playbook forums the place to get your questions answered.
Besides the forum side of things, your PPV Playbook membership also gives you access to the Affportal toolset. This is a really cool set of PPV tools developed initially as a separate membership by Corey Bornmann. There’s a ton of things in here including an awesome landing page generator called PopThis!, url scrapers, a url database, a site extractor and much more. They are all really helpful for your PPV campaigns and there are videos provided to show you how to use all these PPV tools.
While there are other PPV Coaching courses around like CPVDen and CPVCoach, none of them has reached the level of success like PPV Playbook has. It’s hard to start a successful coaching site, but David has managed to create an awesome community with great content being shared every day.
The PPV Playbook membership costs $67 a month, which is well worth it for all the things you get from it. You can probably pay for it with one profitable PPV campaign. Honestly, PPV Playbook has become THE site for learning PPV and you really don’t want to miss out on all the valuable stuff that’s going on in there. Give it a shot and start making some money with PPV today.