UberAffiliate Opens UberCamp

Paul over at UberAffiliate has started a new service call UberCamp that is sure to raise a lot of eyebrows in the affiliate marketing world.

What is UberCamp?

UberCamp is a private invite only forum for serious affiliate marketers. The only way you can get in is through the recommendations of a current member or through an application process. Applications opened today and will run until June 6. After that, all future applications will be put on a waiting list until the next round, whenever that will be.

The main highlight of UberCamp has to be the Uber Case Studies. In that forum, Paul will share all his keywords, landing pages, promotion types, and research used on a campaign. You’ll be able to make suggestions and ask why he did certain things. You can even copy the campaign if you want, or just copy the techniques. Another great feature is Offer Watch, a new and unique tool that will help you research the most profitable affiliate offers out there.

I have always stated that affiliate marketing is a secret world because no affiliate that is making big money is ever going to reveal what offers, keywords, landing pages, etc, that he is running. The fact that Paul is going to reveal this information is unprecedented. However, this valuable information will cost you.

Membership Has Its Price

UberCamp is for people who are serious about affiliate marketing and it’s priced to match. If your application is approved, membership will cost you $199 per month. The price will stay at $199 for as long as you remain a member, even if the membership prices go up in the future.

Alternatively, You can pay a one time $299 sign-up fee and then paying $99 per month. The $99 will be locked for as long as you remain a member. If you use the forum for more than three months, you’ll better off with this pricing model.

UberCamp also offers a Platinum Private Mentorship level. This is the granddaddy of all membership levels. Private mentorship offers 1-on-1 support from the UberAffiliate himself. The price is $5,000 per month.

Is it worth it? That depends on how serious you really are. Paul makes over $100,000 per month from affiliate marketing and he’s willing to reveal all the keywords and pages he used to generate that income. Is that worth $199 per month? I say yes.

Obviously, membership will be extremely limited. If there’s too many people copying the same keywords and landing page, it will lose it effectiveness. If you’re serious about making the big bucks with affiliate marketing, then you should take a serious look at UberCamp.

41 thoughts on “UberAffiliate Opens UberCamp”

  1. Mike Huang says:

    Paul really must be an uber affiliate, although we never heard of him prior to the review you did. I’m not saying he’s a fake, but it’s amazing how much money he’s making!


    1. A lot of these guys like to stay underground.

    2. nickycakes says:

      Because he barely makes any money. You’d be much better of avoiding that paid blog and looking at some of the great free forums already out there.

      1. Gotta love NickyCakes beef with Paul. Haha.

      2. Sha says:

        I love when people claim others aren’t making that much just because they’ve never heard of them. Some people don’t like airing their laundry out for the world to see & there’s nothing wrong with that.

    3. Just cause you have never heard of him doesn’t mean he isn’t making any money. I mean go buy forbes richest people list and see if you know all of them.

    4. I’ve heard of him and saw him around some forums where i’m moderator before he got into the affiliate marketing game!

  2. wisdom says:

    Would never use it but thanks for the review.

    1. Apoorv says:

      Affliates aren’t that great nowdays πŸ™‚

  3. it’s a great way to get more money from internet, isn’t it John?

    1. Apoorv says:

      We can, also try PPc’s in affliates I only like CJ

  4. I personally think it’s a complete waste of money. All the information Paul could teach is freely available online – you just need to know where to look for it. πŸ˜‰

    1. Pradeep says:

      If its that easy to to access those informations then why don’t u post them on your own blog and drive lots of traffic eah?

    2. John says:

      Looking at your blog, looks like you haven’t learn much from these “free” sources πŸ˜†

    3. Steve says:

      dude, you just got pwned

  5. Noobpreneur says:


    Any reviews on the membership? Because many ppl offering such stuffs on the Net.


  6. I will check that site,
    thanks for info John.

  7. Abdul says:

    Paul really is a SMART guy!

  8. Thats a very good point, John. The effectiveness of keywords decreases when more people come to know about them, moreover nice post .

  9. Chessmaster says:

    You need time to develop something good. If you haven’t done anything yet, it’s better to star learning by browsing the internet than to run into another “affiliate campaign camp” and spend all that money for nothing.

  10. Dot says:

    I wonder what kind of new things that i can learn form this ubercamp πŸ˜€ but once i saw him blogging income i’m drooling all over already

    good stuff.. who’ll be attending?

  11. Not to slam anybody, but I think the reason a lot of people don’t make money online is that they figure, “I can find this information out myself for free. Why should I pay some guy $X to do what I can do myself.”

    The problem with this is threefold:

    i) How do you find what you don’t know what to look for?

    ii) If someone has the answer to a problem you’re having, why not pay them for the “shortcut,” if you will; and

    iii) With every venture, there are unknowns that someone who has experience can tell you how to get around.

    FYI, I don’t know this guy from dirt — never heard of him and don’t know about his program. I just put this out there because I’m a freelance writer who writes and sells ebooks based on years of first-hand knowledge.

    Many people expect stuff to be free on the internet (ie, they want you to outright tell them how you did X). But, the “good stuff” is becoming harder and harder to find as more of us with the knowledge begin to capitalize on it.

    We’ve learned some things through trial and error and while many of us will share a lot on our blogs, through free e-reports, etc., to get the nitty, gritty, inside workable details, it’s starting to cost.

    Again, don’t mean to offend anyone, it’s just a trend I’m noticing and and am quite frankly glad of. Finally, I think a lot of junk will disappear from the web and the good stuff will stand the test of time.


    1. Flimjo says:

      I agree with what you write here. I think people generally want something for free. But they also want to know how to make more money. Then, when faced with a reasonably-priced offer to learn, they opt out because they don’t want to spend any money. I have no problem paying (within reason) to learn how to do something. Obviously, I won’t spend $5,000 on something like the Reverse Funnel System, but I will certainly pay something less to educate myself. Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man HOW to fish, and you feed him for life.

    2. Sha says:

      Excellent reply. Everything is pretty much spot on.

  12. Flimjo says:

    $199 for that kind of information is quite a bargain. It’s well worth it to find out how the best do it. You know what they say: If you want to be rich, find out what rich people do and copy them.

  13. Gary Gregory says:

    I would have to concur with the previous comment. As with anything, do your due diligence before moving forward. It is certainly a small price to pay for information that works.

  14. I get the $199/month plan, but $5,000/month for a ‘private membership’? That’s just ridiculous. I’m interested to see if anyone signs up for that one.

    1. Thiago Prado says:

      The same way you think $5000 is ridiculous I think $199/month is ridiculous to pay for information that only works for him. doesn’t matter how much you pay attention, in the internet business you have to find a different and new way to make money instead of repeating of what the other people do.

      Obviously, membership will be extremely limited. If there’s too many people copying the same keywords and landing page, it will lose it effectiveness

      1. Its not impossible to clone someones campaign, just the effectiveness isn’t as good as just that person i.e Paul using the campaign themselves.

      2. Steve says:

        Let me ask you this:

        If you spent the $5K for Pauls mentoring and he helps you set up a campaign that makes you $10K, $15K, or more – wouldn’t that be worth it? In addition, you’ve now got knowledge to use for the rest of your life!

  15. pimphat says:

    Ubercamp is about as useful and informative as this blog. Meaning, it’s a complete waste of resources, either time or money.

    1. If you don’t like John’s blog why are you here?

  16. It’s not worth it because it won’t help anybody.

    Members might receive some “special” tips but even with those tips the majority of those members will still not succeed. It’s not about the information that they receive, it’s about the action that they take!

    failureblogger-16 year old blogger

  17. FailureBlogger, you state that you’re only 16, but I wanted to pont out tht you just, in essence, proved a point. You write, “It’s not about the information that they receive, it’s about the action that they take!”

    Is it the fault of the information SELLER if the BUYER doesn’t take action? And, you happen to be right by the way, most won’t act on the what they’ve been told or instructed to do. Or many more would be successful at making money online, working from home, etc.

    Let this lesson be a good one for you at your young age. Not only should you study, but you should study and APPLY the knowledge you gain. Then, maybe you can bypass the 9 to 5 that so many of us had to endure for years before finding our way off that treadmill.

    Good luck in your online endeavors.


  18. Terry Tay says:

    It doesn’t matter if the info is FREE or $199 a month…I think there are people that could take this info even if it was free and not be able to do something with it.

    It’s the same thing with all those exercise machines and diet programs you see advertised. People think they just need to buy it and everything happens by magic.

    Time, hard work, effort and not giving up is what you need to succeed πŸ˜‰

  19. Looks great, just don’t have the cash at this point.

  20. Sha says:

    I think they better watch that someone doesn’t somehow get ahold of that information & then post it on their own blog. I know they have an application process, but you really have to watch who you can trust these days.

  21. Jeremy says:

    I don’t know, if I read this on any non well-respected site, I’d just think it was a scam. Where have I heard this before: “Pay $199 a month and learn the secrets to earning thousands!!!” Reading it here makes me curious, but not two hundred bucks curious. Anyone have any experience with these guys? How is the content?

  22. 3 months ago I would have said that is ludicrous. That’s also before I was doing 100 a day in Adsene, and about half that with ebay. And I’ve learned that serious affiliate people make serious money. It’s my 2009 goal to get educated in that arena.

    When I lived in NYC and worked for the Citibank in the basement of the World Trade Center I had lunch with stock guys every day doing 2-5 million a year, so I don’t know why people have this weird idea that people can’t do that with affiliate sale-same kinda dudes, same kinda “invisible” products.

    Having said that, before I’d buy into a forum like that I’d know every single thing about the people setting it up. I’m talkin’ their mother’s maiden name level of research.

  23. This review mentions only the earnings of the affiliate marketer(Paul), but not the returns of the rest of the average people who sign up. Sure, if I could get 500 people to sign up @ 199/month, i’d be making $100,000/month easily πŸ™‚

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