It will be difficult to find a non biased review of Digital Altitude. All the review of Digital Altitude I have seen so far are by marketers who has obviously invested into buying Digital Altitude products just so they can promote Digital Altitude for high ticket commissions. Also, I cannot claim to be unbiased for this review of Digital Altitude.
If you have read some of the reviews I have done, you might notice I have a dislike for certain type of businesses and their typical marketers. Digital Altitude has certainly garnered the attention of that group of marketers who just loves this type of opportunities.
Name: Digital Altitude
Price: $37 per month, $67 per month, $397, $1497, $6997, $11,997, $19,997
Product: Digitised Business Educational Product, Live Entrepreneul Education Workshops
Owner: Michael Farce
What is Digital Altitude?
Digital Altitude (DA) brands itself like a online business learning service provider that focuses on online entrepreneurship. The company borrows a lot from mountaineering concept in its branding as you can see from their web design and 6 core products: Aspire, Base, Rise, Ascend, Peak and Apex.
Aspire Level ($37 per month or $67 per month)
The entry level product. They called it the digital business system which include sales video disguised as “training videos”, sales funnel, merchant and payroll systems that is use for selling Digital Altitude. There is 2 pricing for this product. Interestingly, for an extra $30 per month, you are entitled a higher commision remuneration for selling Digital Altitude products plus support from a business coach that is suppose to be helpful to you. Just don’t be surprise if your assigned coach suggest you buy more of the higher ticket items below.
Base Level ($397)
This course is suppose to cover the basic stuff on building your online business from ground up.
Rise Level ( $1497)
More advanced online marketing stuff like copywriting lessons…
Ascend Level ($6997)
This is a 3 day workshop at Las Vegas that will be led by Michael Farce and other featured guru.
Peak Level ($11,997)
5 day all inclusive workshop retreat for 2 people. Perks? I guess you get to shake hands with Michael Farce.
Apex Level ($19,997)
Wow! Just when I thought the price can’t get any higher. 7 day all inclusive workshop retreat for 2 this time.
I guess their intention is portray entrepreneur endeavors as akin to mountain climbing expeditions. The higher you go the harder the climb? Personally, I find it quite a stretch to relate online entrepreneur with mountain climbing but I can definitely see how it relates with their pricing strategy.
The MLM Compensation
I guess you are suppose to look past the high price tag on Digital Altitude’s product and instead look forward to the potential high commissions from marketing it’s highly priced products. I think there is a 60% commission for all Digital Altitude product sold by you and some sort multi-tiered mlm type payout as well.
With such business models, I always wonder if you buy the product because it is good or are you buying the rights to sell for commissions.
The Coach is Really not A Coach…
Btw, remember that business coach you get when you pay $30 extra each month? Apparently, the coach gets a cut of the commission for getting you to purchase Base level and above products in Digital Altitude. No need to feel weird, the coach can also help you to close sales on your leads but they will also take some of your commissions. I wonder why they call it coach when the arrangement sounds more like a sales gimmick.
Yes, I did not pay for the 14 day $1 trial
I know so far, I have being implying that the products in Digital Altitude is just crazily overpriced for the value it provides and the reason people would buy and promote the products is because of the money opportunity that is attached here.
Yes, not exactly a fair statement considering the fact that I did not put a single cent into buying any of Digital Altitude’s product. However, I also don’t see the need to risk my credit card details or risk a sticky refund situation. Especially when the promoters of Digital Altitude only seem to be talking about the money you can earn from selling Digital Altitude products and very little about the product itself.
Is Digital Altitude a good product for learning how to build an online business? Does that question even matters if you are just looking to promote it as a make money opportunity.