Actually, I am a new blogger, it’s been months of blogging and now i have built a good number of traffic and following after such hard work that i need to get into affiliate marketing now(which was the goal along creating good content). Can i get some guide on which program i should go for that won’t make things complex for me a lot in beginning? Like so many on engine available I found this revglue company from UK which is 100% commission for affiliates and free affiliate CMS plugins(wordpress) ….. should i go for that or maybe you can suggest me something. I’ll try to link you with that tool list of theirs revglue(.)com/free-wordpress-plugins any sort of guidance is appreciated.
First I want to just say well done with what you have accomplished. You have done an amazing job. I’m not really one to post a comment on blogs as I’m sure everyone says. But the thing that struck me the most about you is I can tell your a great individual. You love cats, as my wife and I do. We also have rescue cats. You are a very generous and honest person and that is most likely why you also have done well. Very authentic and honest. I’m in the process of building an affiliate amazon site. So I can relate to the content side of things. I’m already a customer of siteground but If I wasn’t I’d happily sign up through you. I have bookmarked your site as I’d like to come back and read a little more and keep an eye on your progress. Thanks for taking the time to write this post. It’s one of the best blog posts I’ve read. Take care Tom
You will use Program Content solely in accordance with the terms of the Agreement and within the express scope of the license granted herein. Without limiting the foregoing, you will (a) use Program Content solely to send end users and sales to an Amazon Site and will not link any Program Content to, or in conjunction with any Program Content, direct traffic to any page of a site other than an Amazon Site (however, parts of your Site that are not closely associated with the Program Content may contain links to sites other than an Amazon Site) and (b) link each use of the Program Content solely to the related Product detail page or other relevant page of an Amazon Site and not to any other page.
I wouldn’t call Copy Paste Commissions a scam, but they’re not something that I’d recommend to people. Basically they are just two guys who made $4,770,167.62 earning commissions from online sales, and they want to share with you the strategies they used to do so. Unfortunately since there’s no free trial you won’t know the quality and effectiveness of the training until you spend the $19.95.
Upon joining the Super Affiliate Network, you will gain access to a 3-week long training boot camp. This is marketed as fully loaded with valuable information that helps in putting together money-spinning sales funnel for empowering your business. The members then need to take up a quiz. The results of the quiz would be notified to a business coach who would make contact with the member and ensure that he gets a grasp of the information conveyed in the video. This is not something hard to find on the internet and you don’t need to spend money for this purpose. So why would you pay for something that can be found for free?
Here's why you need this! Omar and Michael have topped so many of my leaderboards I've lost count. They know how to make affiliate commissions and Copy Paste Commissions is their blueprint to copy what they do. Everything is laid out for you to just copy/paste/profit. If you want to learn how to be an 'Ultra Affiliate' these are the guys to learn from. This gets my highest recommendation as it's simply something you must own.