• LOTS of material
  • Updated regularly
  • Focuses on free traffic – not paid
  • Very thorough and easy to follow
  • Newbie friendly
  • Good for intermediate affiliate marketers
  • Great deal of variety in concepts
  • Members forum where you can get help
  • Email, Skype, and telephone support too


  • A bit long-winded at times
  • Not for experts that have made money in affiliate marketing
  • Not very likely to get telephone support like they talk about on the sales page (but you’ll probably never need it with the other support options available)
Summary of Bring the Fresh by Kelly Felix and Mike Long
Overall Grade: B-


I rarely find a product that I like or recommend, but Bring the Fresh is definitely one of the few exceptions. I first read about it on the Warrior Forum where it has a ton of positive reviews, which ultimately made me think I needed to review it for all of you.


There is a great deal of content on Kelly and Mike’s website. The thing that I found most refreshing was that they don’t keep any secrets like most programs do. If they find something that works, they share it with you. If one of their successful members find something that works, you can probably find it broken down in an interview somewhere in the member’s area or on the forum.


There is a very clear “Fast Start Guide” which outlines where to start and how to get started in affiliate marketing. Will you learn EVERYTHING there is to know about affiliate marketing? No, but that kind of product is virtually impossible to create. You will absolutely learn more than enough to begin making money online as long as you’re willing to put in the work. They teach you how to get search engine rankings (and all of the methods they teach actually work – I started my affiliate marketing career using the techniques they teach and still make money off of some of those sites to this day), how to convert visitors, and all of the basics like how to setup hosting and how to develop a website using WordPress.

The support system Kelly and Mike have created is pretty solid too. They talk a lot in the sales letter about how they are crazy to give out their cell numbers, but it’s not like you can just pick up the phone and call them. That would be impossible to keep up based on how many members they have, so I understand that. If you have a question, there’s a series of steps like checking the FAQ, posting in the forum for other members to answer, filing a support ticket, and text chatting with Mike and Kelly on Skype. If you go through all of their steps and don’t find the help you need, then you then can text them to see if they’re available and talk to them on the phone for help. With that being said…

I texted both Kelly Felix and Mike Long to see if I could get them on the phone really quick to verify that they offer phone support. I received a response from Kelly that read, “Make sure you read the rules regarding phone support in the members area. We don’t answer the phone just for fun or for interviews. We do it when you can’t get the help you need via the ticket system and forum. Thanks, Kelly.”

The only part of this that really irked me was, “We don’t answer the phone just for fun.” Does this make Kelly Felix kind of a dick in my eyes? Absolutely. Does it mean that their support is bad? Not at all. I can’t see any reason you would ever need to call them with all of the other support options they offer. But if you did end up needing it, they’re there.

As with any legitimate program, it will take time. You will need to put in some effort, practice, and learn from your mistakes. Nothing in this industry is a sure-fire way to make money. Also, nothing in this industry will make you rich with little effort on your behalf. But if you’re looking for a program that will legitimately teach you how to make money online as long as you take the time to watch the videos, follow everything step-by-step, and then learn from what works and what doesn’t work along the way, it doesn’t get much better than Bring the Fresh (affiliate link).


Bring the Fresh reviewed by Ian Pribyl on .
Summary: A decent product, but leadership and support in competing products beat BTF
Description: Bring the Fresh is MUCH better than many products out there but I experienced a few things that REALLY need to be improved. Details in this review.
Rating: 3 out of 5.