Seven Figures Marketing Review (JT Course)

You’ve probably stumbled into JT’s program if you usually watch affiliate marketing videos on YouTube. If so (and seeing how you’re here), you’ve probably thought about getting his course on the subject. You’re also probably wondering what content it offers and whether you should sign up, as well as what you’d actually achieve.

Today, we’ll close all of those doubts and give you a final verdict for you to know if this course is actually for you or not.

The course divides into 2 plans depending on your objectives and knowledge. Both plans are among the cheapest prices you can find on the market: beginners pay $25 and “elites” pay $73. The first one teaches you how to use free traffic to make $100 daily, and the second one teaches you how to make $400 daily using paid traffic.

Before we dive into the content, let’s take a look at the author.

Who’s the author?

JT is a content producer on YouTube, who created the Seven Figures Marketing brand.

He’s usually active on YouTube, and he uploads about 2 videos every week on average. His content focuses on affiliate marketing in general, and he usually uploads different strategies and approaches, case studies, and the result he’s gotten with CPA marketing.

This channel was created back in June 2018, and it’s a rather small channel, barely grazing the 6,000 subscribers mark.

He also has an Instagram account, which he uses to market his programs; it’s @bigfvgures. However, he isn’t really active on Instagram. He only has a few videos and about 600 followers.

That’s most of the information you can find about the author. By his activity and products, one can assume that he’s mostly focused on making a living from affiliate marketing and releasing courses about the model based off his success.

Reviewing Seven Figures Marketing

As mentioned, there are 2 versions of the course with different prices: one is for beginners and another one is for advanced marketers who want additional approaches for promoting their products.

Let’s go into each.


This half is for people with little online experience who don’t have a business and are interested in starting one or understanding the business model.

There are 10 modules, and they explain how to get started, setting up a land page, and sending traffic with free advertising methods.

The 1st module welcomes you to the course, and you get access to JT’s contact email and the private Facebook group.

The 2nd module is 4 lessons explaining what’s CPA marketing and the best networks you can join. To start out your career, you have 80,000 different CPA offers you can promote.

The 3rd module talks about a program named Max Bounty. Besides what it is, you also have lessons on how to access it, the payout dates, getting your affiliate link, which offers you should promote, contacting an affiliate manager, and which strategies help boost your offers

The 4th module goes into how to get your domain and link it with a landing page you’re going to build in the following module.

The 5th module teaches you what landing pages are and how to create one for yourself. The videos talk about which builders are the best, how to come up with an idea for your page, and how to insert the links.

The 6th module explains how to use Facebook to drive free traffic towards your page and offers. JT talks about FB groups, how to make a post go viral, increasing engagement on your posts, and how to stay on FB’s good side.

Module 7 is a rare approach for an affiliate marketing course. It goes into using Craiglist to get more traffic. It teaches you how to use cards and setting up PVA’s as well as emails. Other videos cover which descriptions you should use, how to time your ads, preventing bans, best CPA products for the platform, how to spy on your competitors, and what to do if you get clicks but not sales.

The 8th module is about Instagram marketing. You learn how to set up a profile, which offers are better for the platform, examples of landing pages and how to get one from Fiverr, using Peerfly for links, boosting conversions, using social proof, using Canva, influencers, and some scripts for reaching them.

The 9th module covers Twitter, and it’s a single video explaining what it is and how to use it to market your offers.

The 10th and final module goes into YouTube. It’s another video explaining how you can use free videos for promoting your affiliate products.


The elite class is quite bigger. You get 18 modules mostly focused on using Facebook ads (paid).

The 1st module introduces you to the tools you’re probably going to need and a link to join the private group.

The 2nd module goes into the best CPA networks for you, how to access any network, and 80,000 offers you can promote.

The 3rd module is 4 videos about how to find the best items to market with FB Ads. You’re taught how to spot best-paying offers, why ad descriptions matter, and getting approval for private offers.

The 4th module is 2 videos about why FB Ads is useful and introducing the interface and features.

The 5th module covers marketing campaigns. It goes into what objectives you should go for, targeting correctly, which placements you should target, and it walks you through a campaign.

The 6th module is about how to create a primary ad on Facebook. It also explains how you can make your ad different from your competition, and the last video is about using Canva to design it.

The 7th module is 3 short videos on how to test ads. It goes into how many ads you should test, testing budgets, and rotating offers.

The 8th module is a single video explaining how you can improve the performance of your ads using FB’s data as reference.

The 9th module talks about how to scale your ads in a single video. It explains what to do and how you do it.

The 10th module answers 5 frequent inquiries on the subject. It includes the necessary budget, why you should kill some ads, creating fan pages for your offers, and other questions in-between.

The 11th module goes into the FB Pixel. It tells you how to create and set up one for tracking your landing page’s conversions coming from Facebook.

The 12th module talks about audiences in 2 videos. You learn how to spot the correct audiences and how to use lookalike and custom audiences.

The 13th module explains how you create landing pages and which builders you should use for this purpose. It teaches you how to build one for the most conversions and how to spot successful funnels other marketers are using.

The 14th module covers how to track your conversions. It recommends some tools for that, setting up your account, and how to read reports.

The 15th module includes 10 videos explaining email marketing. You learn about the best tools for this approach and how to set up your accounts. It goes into creating lists and signup forms, linking ClickFunnels and Instabuilder, using broadcasts and follow ups, and it closes with an example of email follow up series in a week.

The 16th module is 2 videos, and it’s the first bonus module. You learn how to pay a cent for each page like (fake ones) and swiping successful video ads from competitors.

The 17th bonus offers 3 done-for-you campaigns. These can be implemented for funnels and email follow ups, but make sure to edit them and change them a bit before using them.

The 18th and final module is just a summary of all the content you’ve received in the course. It also recommends you to go to the Facebook group and how to make questions if you have any doubts.

Final Verdict

Best Alternative

Both plans center mostly around how to set up your business than how to grow it for the long-term. You’ll still have many questions after finishing, as the content itself isn’t as extensive as it might seem.

JT doesn’t really bring anything new to the business, either. He’s just offering the same approach other affiliate marketers use today, but for a cheaper price than most courses. Besides, landing pages have been pushed in favor of emails with free value in exchange of contact details.

The course’s content meets the price, at least, so it’s not a bad introduction. However, I’d recommend you save up $197 and get Savage Affiliates, which offers a whole lot more content and actually gives you all the knowledge you need.

I hope you found this review useful and if you have any questions, please comment down below. I’ll be more than happy to assist you.

Once again, thanks for reading my Seven Figures Marketing Review and I wish you the best of luck.


Hey, I am Mike and I am a full-time affiliate marketer! Nowadays there’s a lot of people promoting guru courses and overall bad software products. I am absolutely tired of people pushing their overpriced and crappy products and courses out to everyone to take advantage of you. My mission is to review and call out bad products, software, and courses whilst recommending only the best there is! You can read a little more about my journey  here!

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