Muncheye is a website I’ve been using for years to help me find tons of make money online products to review on this very website. In this article I’ll show you how I used Muncheye to make me over $200,000 in affiliate sales (specifically).
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People who are trying to become profitable affiliate marketers specifically in the internet marketing niche often struggle because there are a lot of competing websites to worry about. Here is what I mean:
Very often, if you try to promote some sort of make money opportunity, your best bet is to review it and if that review can rank high, you can make the sales.
But before you even get that chance, you’ll often find with a little research that other bloggers and websites already wrote their own reviews and basically beat you to it and as a result, their websites and blogs hold higher rankings for the same products you wanted to review and promote.
So what can you do?
Well you can still write the review and possibly outrank the other competitors and I honestly still recommend that. But there is another strategy, and it may save you a lot of time and make you a lot of money too:
Enter the Muncheye opportunity:
I always recommend using the Muncheye website because you can actually find tons of make money online products to review very early on, even before most of your competition can or even knows about it.
And that’s what this article is going to be explaining in detail as well as what other benefits you can get out of this review.
What is Muncheye?
Muncheye is basically a “preview” website that showcases upcoming product launches in the make money online industry.
It is a very popular website that attracts tons of digital product creators and affiliates alike, as it offers many opportunities to make money from it for both parties (as I will explain shortly) and just about all of these audiences are involved in the make money online niche.
Before you see a make money online product officially released to the public, it is first showcased on Muncheye weeks and even months beforehand to gather attention from people who want to promote it and this can benefit a lot of people, 3 groups in particular.
The 3 groups of people who make money through Muncheye:
- Digital product creators.
- Muncheye’s owners.
Let me show you how each group benefits from this site:
1) First we have the vendors (product creators).
People who create internet marketing products (vendors) typically do it in the following ways:
However, before they even launch it, they list it on Muncheye.com giving affiliates time to see it and possibly choose to promote it early on.
As an incentive, they offer “early bird” sales and even free access to these products to potential affiliate marketers. As a result, this incentive improves the odds the product creator can get a ton of affiliates working hard to promote that product before the official launch date even occurs.
And if the product owner can make this happen, then their product launch through using Muncheye can be way more profitable vs not using it.
2) Then we have the affiliates (this is where I explain how I made $300,000 through Muncheye).
Basically, because this site gives you a free preview of upcoming products in the internet marketing world, and you can choose to promote them before the competition gets a look at these products or even starts promoting them, themselves.
That is, unless they are also spotting these products on Muncheye, but if they are not, then the affiliate who uses Muncheye has that early bird advantage. Here’s why:
By getting that early look, an affiliate can:
- Set up a blog post.
- Then a review of the product before the competition.
- And get first page rankings on Google even before the product officially launches.
Naturally many products that launch will start to get searches on Google from regular people and your review will be at the top by the time that happens.
This is the exact formula that is known as product launch jacking and it’s been popular for many years.
If you’re an affiliate and you hear about a product, then hop on Google and see a ton of reviews even when the product is still new, and are scratching your head wondering how they all those other affiliates managed to find this product before you did, the answer is:
They used Muncheye.com.
In fact, a lot of the money I have made from affiliate marketing for a program called Wealthy Affiliate has been done thanks to the Muncheye site and the list of make money online products it constantly provided me with to review. I reviewed many of them and in most cases told people to join Wealthy Affiliate, and that is because it’s just better.
This resulted in many sales and money made for the promotion (See how much I made promoting Wealthy Affiliate).
Note: Product launching is a good formula but it doesn’t always work. Here’s why:
Since there are A LOT of products listed on the Muncheye site constantly, what usually happens is that most of them will not get the type of attention after they launch.
It may often be the case that even if you find a product early on, review it, and get that review ranked on page 1 of Google, that when it launches, it won’t get a lot of traffic or searches.
This is usually because of a few things:
- The name of the product sucks. Therefore it’s easy to forget the name.
- The marketing of the vendor sucks. Perhaps they aren’t well known.
- It’s just hard to predict how a product will do when it launches. You have no info other than the product name and it’s creator.
- Perhaps the compensation the vendor offers their affiliates is pretty bad. Therefore no affiliate will want to promote it.
This means that when you start using Muncheye, that you will need to be picky about which products you decide to review, because you don’t want to needlessly review programs that won’t get you any searches or sales.
3) The owners of Muncheye themselves:
Muncheye has prices for people who wish to list products on their site and depending on what type of ad you want to run, if you wish to get more exposure, you’ll have to pay more.
They basically sell advertising space on the site and because it’s so popular and many product owners want their products listed there so they can get more affiliates and make more money, they’ll gladly pay that money.
If you’d like to see Muncheye’s advertising price list, click here.
5 tips on how to pick the right products to promote on Munch eye:
I can’t comment on being a product owner, but I can comment on how to make money as an affiliate who uses Muncheye to do it. And I typically look at 5 things to identify what product I want to promote. This strategy typically works for me, but it’s not a 100% guaranteed:
1) Look at BIG launches first, and regular releases second. Here’s an example:
Munch eye typically segments the products that are about to be released into 2 parts:
Big Launches and All Launches:
1) Big launches typically mean the vendor invested a lot of money into the program and is well known.
2) All launches just shows every single product that’s listed on the Munch eye site.
Those are usually the ones which get more attention and searches come product launch time. Here’s an example:
2) Find products which sound good (they tend to get more popularity).
Let me show you an example. In the following screenshot I narrowed down the field of products into the ones which sound best.
I am doing this because once it starts getting marketed, a product which sounds good typically resonates with it’s customer base better than those which are hard to remember.
Think about it, a product which sounds good makes selling it easier. The customer, even when they know nothing about it will gravitate towards it better if it sounds like it’s easier to understand. If you see my image above, I circled the products that sound the best.
As an affiliate marketer, I’d probably prioritize reviewing the ones in red first, followed by those in orange, but either way, just this list alone gives me 10 products to review.
And if you want to know how to review these products, here is a full tutorial on how to write affiliate product reviews and this applies to any niche, but in this case it’s make money online products. This link will take you to a secondary site I run on affiliate marketing (just a heads up if you are wondering why it looks different than this one).
3) Find products which have a popular internet marketing name behind them.
Most affiliate marketers just don’t know who the celebs are in the internet marketing world, in which case, rely more on advice #2, but if you know popular names in the market, look for them as well as the good sounding products.
Popular internet marketers typically have better PR going on and that lets their product launches be more successful. For example in the above list, the names which stand out to me personally are: Jeff Walker, Shane Paxton, Stefan Ciancio and Joshua Zamora.
I wouldn’t worry too much about this tip, but it’s basically just extra “insurance” in helping you pick out a product that can potentially be a huge hit.
If you’re new to popular internet marketing icons, I would recommend reading this list of famous internet marketers I set up.
4) When you pick a product out, review it. Keep it simple and honest.
Let’s say out of the above list, I chose “PLR Jackpot”. I would write a post on my site that be titled “PLR JackPot Review. Is it Good?” and just go from there and I could also do a YouTube review on the same PLR Jackpot program.
I’d repeat that for every other product I review, but keep the titles unique each time you do it, otherwise, it’ll get boring for your reader.
Note: There are certain sources, courses and people pitching the idea of using Muncheye demo videos to make money instead of actually promoting them with your own content (programs like Ministry of Freedom). I am strongly advising against using those strategies and to stick to what I shared here instead.
5) You don’t have to promote every single product (but the more you do, the better your results will be).
Since in my experience, most internet marketing products suck, it’s usually not a good policy, as an affiliate to promote everything you find.
What I typically do is piggyback off the product that is about to be launched, look at it as carefully as I can and determine a few things:
A) If it’s good, I WILL promote it.
B) If it’s average or bad, I’ll still review it, but recommend my personal choice for BEST internet marketing system, which is Wealthy Affiliate’s system.
Now if you didn’t already know:
Wealthy Affiliate offers it’s own training to promote it called Affiliate Bootcamp:
Anyway, besides this program that helped me get these results with Muncheye.
What happens in these cases is that I leverage the popularity of the product I’m reviewing so when traffic comes to my site from the review I wrote and sees that Wealthy Affiliate is better, they’ll join that and I will still earn money from this.
Some may say this is a bad way of doing business, but I would argue differently.
I am looking for the BEST product to satisfy the customer, not the vendor. If the vendor can’t release a good product on the market to help the people he/she is selling to make money online, then why would I want to do that? The customer would just waste money and not succeed. And by the way, I do promote other products, it’s just rare that they are actually good.
You also should note that there is no filter for the products being put up on Muncheye, meaning you can’t really distinguish which ones are good or bad.
You’ll need to make that decision as an affiliate and on my end, since I have experience, I know how distinguish the quality of the products I aim to review. And it is very likely many products you find on this site will be bad or even a scam, so be careful.
Note: If you are someone who uses this site and are good at picking out products that get good stats, let me know your personal tips.
Quick note: Common ways people misspell Muncheye:
Here are the most common I see:
Mucheye or Much Eye.
Munch Eye (with a space).
Just wanted to write this up in case you were wondering. The most common way this term is written is “Muncheye” with no spaces.
5 Muncheye alternatives (other sites to find popular products to promote):
JVNotify pro. Very similar to Mucheye but is a bit messy.
JVZoo best seller. A site dedicated to showing the top sellers on JVZoo to help you select which products to promote that aren’t dead.
Clickbank top sellers. A site showing you the best selling Clickbank products to help you choose what to promote better.
Wealthy Affiliate’s programs tab. You have to be a Wealthy Affiliate member for this, but it’s an awesome tool that helps you find affiliate programs and opportunities in any topic you want. You type in the keyword and get tons of opportunities to find promotions for them.
Amazon’s best seller list. There’s a cool unknown option to many affiliates but it allows you to find the best selling products on Amazon for any category you choose and therefore write traffic generating reviews on them.
My final thoughts:
Now that you know what Muncheye is and how to use it, if you are truly an affiliate who knows how to blog and rank their reviews, feel free to use these strategies I listed.
If you are an affiliate or even a vendor who has trouble succeeding in the affiliate marketing realm or internet marketing in general, I would hold off just for a little bit on using this site and I would focus instead on getting good affiliate marketing/vendor training before you re-engage in this strategy.
Use Wealthy Affiliate and it’s training to help you become a successful affiliate, like I did. They’ll show you how to target keywords, find the products to promote, rank high and make the sales correctly:
Thanks for reading my article on Munch Eye. If you have any further questions on how to use this site, let me know!
Update: I have a new website that details how to succeed with this site and if you want to learn more, read this Muncheye post on my new page.