Yoonla is a “digital lifestyle platform” that is the creation of Reno Van Boven. It is said to give members the potential to create 6 or even 7 figure yearly incomes, which is massive. But is this really true? Or is Yoonla a scam that is just going to be a waste of your time?
I came across this program recently and had to take a look into it. There were some bold claims made and I wanted to see if it is really all that its claimed to be. In this review I’ll be going over how it works, what you get with the system, the real cost and more.
- Website: yoonla.com
- Founder: Reno Van Boven
- Price: Free or paid VIP membership + many additional costs
- Legit?: I guess
Yoonla is an online marketing program that provides training and tools for members to make money online. It was created by Reno Van Boven who has 10+ years of experience in the online world. Members can start out for free but in order to make money there are a lot of additional costs. Throughout the training at Yoonla you will be referred to buy necessary services, such as web hosting, and Yoonla will get paid for referring you. Overall the program is legit but it might not be a great choice for you.
What You Get With This Program
With Yoonla you basically get set up with a system where you can promote the system to other people and make money doing so.
How it works is like this… You drive traffic to your lead page which is where you will entice people to enter their email address… then you will be able to send out automated emails to them promoting the Yoonla system. When you get people to sign up you will make money.
Once you sign up you will have access to video training that will go through setting everything up. There are 5 steps total that go like this…
Step 1: Preparation
In this step you will be referred to GetResponse to buy their autoresponder system for $15/mo.
This autoresponder system will allow you to send out automated emails to your leads. This is a big part of online business and is one of the critical components you will need to spend money one sooner or later.
Step 2: Install Foundation Software
In this step you will be guided through downloading the Yoonla software to your website.
First you will need to have both hosting and a domain name. They refer you to either Yahoo Aabaco hosting or iPage hosting. Either are decent hosting providers and you can also buy your domain name through these places.
Here you are looking to spend about $3-$6/mo on hosting and around $11-$15/yr on your domain name… nothing major
Step 3: Digital Setup
Here you will go through the setup process of getting products ready to promote. You will be provided with 3 Yoonla products that you will be giving away for free in order to capture leads.
You will then be able to refer these leads to Yoonla.
Step 4: Automation
Here you will be taken through the setup of your GetResponse autoresponder and will be shown how to integrate this with Yoonla. You will also learn how to setup the automated emails so that your leads automatically get emails when they sign up to your list.
Step 5: Instant Traffic Formula
In this step there are 3 lessons. Reno goes over creating a lead page, which is where you will capture people’s email addresses. In order to do this you will be referred to sign up for Leadpages, which is a lead page creation service. There are a couple different plans they offer but you will have to pay $25/mo minimum after their 14 day free trial.
You will learn about split testing lead pages at Leadpages & tracking email marketing results at Getresponse so that you can better your campaigns and get more sales.
He will also go over where to get traffic and where not to get traffic.
You will be referred to buy traffic at Udimi. This place is a solo ads provider. Solo ads can be a great way to grow your email list and many people have a lot of success with them. But if you aren’t careful and don’t know what you are doing you can blow through money like crazy here.
How You Make Money
You will be making money with this system in 2 ways.
First you will make money by getting people to just sign up for Yoonla. This is free for them to do so it isn’t that difficult but you won’t make much here. You will make $4 per signup you get from people living in the USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and Ireland. This is the most you will make for signups. These countries are considered “top notch” and you get paid more. For other countries you will earn $2 and for some you won’t earn anything.
The second way you will be able to make money is when your referrals become VIP members. In order to earn commissions, which are 60% of the sale, you will have to be VIP member yourself. And if you want any chance of making good money with this you will have to do this, which is yet another expense.
The Real Cost of It
The real price you must pay here is much higher than it may seem. You will have to pay for a domain, hosting, autoresponder, Leadpages, traffic, and even the VIP membership if you want any chance at all of making decent money in a short period of time.
The free membership is just offered to get people in the door.. then they are upsold on everything else.
Final Thoughts & What I Recommend
Yoonla is not a scam. This program does provide some value and you can make money with it. I’m just not too enthusiastic about how the whole money making system revolves around getting others to buy into the same darn system. You buy in to make money and then you make money by getting other people to buy in too.
In some ways it reminds me of programs like MOBE and Aspire, just its not as expensive or as professional as these. However it is still going to be pretty expensive to follow along with Yoonla and this is going to be a problem for many people out there.
If you are looking for a legitimate and more affordable way to make money online then I suggest taking a look at how I make a living online. I wrote a post all about it that you can read by clicking the link below. In this post I go over what it is that I do, how it all works, and how others can get started doing the same.
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