At the time of this writing, The Digital Elites is a relatively new product. It officially launched in October, 2016. What are its claims and how does it stack up? Let’s take a look.
The Digital Elites
Owner: Chuck Nguyen
Let me start by saying that there is very little information about The Digital Elites online. Therefore, I will limit my review to the information available on the sales page and what I know about making money online.
On the sales page, we are presented with a video of Chuck Nguyen, owner of The Digital Elites, describing “Five Core Components” of making money online:
- A proven marketing system
- Traffic generation
- Email marketing
- A mastermind group
- A mentor
He then goes on to describe the five components of The Digital Elites:
- Autopilot marketing system
- High quality traffic
- The art of email marketing
- Community and mentoring
- High ticket commissions
The only confusing component here is the “high ticket commissions.” He mentions that there are some things you need to do to have this available to you, but he doesn’t really go into detail. I suspect it will probably cost extra.
He then goes on to say that all of these are done for you except for traffic, so all you have to do is follow his traffic generation training. But then he says that if you like, he and his team will generate the traffic for you too. It’s a little confusing.
Once you join, you will gain access to 9 Core Modules:
Most of these are pretty self-explanatory. When you join, you will want to start working through the 9-Step System, which is the main training program of the system.
A couple of interesting modules are The Affiliate Challenge and Affiliate Syndicate. The Affiliate Challenge is a 28-day program where you are given step-by-step instructions to follow that will lead to commissions in 28 days. The Affiliate Syndicate is a program where Chuck will share his successful affiliate campaigns with members.
Pros and Cons
- Lots of good information
- Nice price
- Email marketing training + 30 days of pre-written emails
- Online community (masterminds)
- Quick support available
- Can contact the owner
- 60-day money back guarantee
- Online community is through Facebook
- Income examples are “extraordinary
- Results are not realistic
- Cannot “test drive” the system for free
Who is The Digital Elites For?
The Digital Elites sales page claims it is for:
- Intermediate Online Business Owners
- Advanced Online Business Owners
However, the marketing seems to be targeted toward beginners since more advanced online marketers will already have their own marketing system in place.
Tools and Training
Training is available through the 9-Step System and is both video-based combined with downloadable PDF’s. This is especially convenient because you can download and print the PDF as a reference while you are completing the tasks.
There is also a module titled “Recorded Training” for additional training beyond that found in the 9-Step System.
The information I got on support was somewhat contradictory. At first, Chuck claims that support is available within 5 – 10 minutes of asking. Then he claims that he wants to handle the support himself to give a more personal touch. I assume he’s not available 24 hours a day, so I believe he will either have a support staff or you’ll just have to wait until he can get around to your problem.
Either way, it appears that support is decent for The Digital Elites.
There is no free “test drive” of The Digital Elites.
The cost of Digital Elites is $49.
I did not see a module for the high ticket commissions, so I suspect that is something you will have to pay extra for. There is no indication of what the price of admission for that is.
This Looks Kinda Familiar
The Digital Elites sounds a lot like my #1 Recommended Product, Wealthy Affiliate. If you have not read my detailed Wealthy Affiliate review, you can read it here.
Both products offer a community of online entrepreneurs coming together to help each other make money. Both products offer training in affiliate marketing. But how do they stack up against each other?
The Digital Elites
Owner: Chuck Nguyen
Ultimately, I believe The Digital Elites is a legitimate program for learning how to make money online. Chuck Nguyen really seems to be interested in building an online community of entrepreneurs and helping us make money online. I especially like the training and help you get with email marketing and the downloadable PDF’s.
There are a few problems, though. It seems like if you’re paying for an online community, you would get something a little more specialized than a secret Facebook group. And while a money-back guarantee is good, the best guarantee is a free test drive of the system. And I really don’t like the lack of information on website creation and the unrealistic claims.
If you have tried The Digital Elites, I would love to hear from you. Leave me a Comment below.
Have a great day!