If you guys are like me you’ve probably seen in the YouTube comments of soccer training related videos with random usernames posting something along the lines of “anyone know what is spovalex training program?” (did you read that in a foreign accent too?)
And now you stumbled across this post in hopes of knowing what this so-called “training program” is all about.
Well here’s the thing.. the Spovalex Training Program doesn’t exist! The site is a placeholder that takes you to another site called Epic Soccer – an outdated training video site which is listed on Clickbank. CB is a site where you can promote different products (usually e-books and other kinds of scammy content) and pretty much anyone can promote the products from the site. All you need is someone purchasing a product from your unique link that CB gives you. Effective also has an affiliate program, the only difference is that we host it on our own and stay away from CB because we don’t want to be related with scammy products and their promoters.
If you end up purchasing from Epic Soccer, Spovalex benefits with a commission of usually 50%+. Then some of those profits go into a service like Fiverr to hire Youtube spam commenters, thus bringing them over 1,000 google searches a month continuing the cycle. Pretty good business right?
On our channel Effective Training, we constantly have to report these comments as spam snd it’s SUPER annoying so I’m writing this post to direct traffic away from what they’re doing and actually land people on a REAL training program that ACTUALLY works (oh no.. here comes another scam lol)
Check this out!
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Nick Humphries, 25, is a footballer who played in England (Wimbledon), Scotland (Montrose), Holland (Volendam), Hungary (Vasas) as well as with the Australian U20 national team. At 16 years of age, he was just an average amateur player with limited skills. Only one year later he was offered $120k+ in scholarships. Two years later he received a contract to play professionally in Europe. How did he get better? He trained in his own way! Learn more about the training program he’s creating to help players improve on their own terms.