Hey Drew, would you recommend taking Savage Affiliates first, then the authority site system, and finally super affiliate system 2.0 in that order? If it’s possible to start earning passive income with the first course I’m sure I’d be enticed to invest in paid ads for my business to scale, outsource, and grow. Speaking of these 3 courses, are there any updates on any of them since this post? Savage Affiliates still #1?
Hi JD, those other course reviews are coming soon. You can just do a search in the search box on my site to see if they are available. Affiliate marketing can be complex and also simple, it just depends how you approach it. The methods in the courses I recommend are the best i’ve seen and they don’t break the bank either. At the end of the day the choice is yours as to what course to subscribe to.
Dylan, thank you for your comment and the question. To be honest, this is the first time that I hear about “Savage Affiliates” (so, I’m afraid, I would be the wrong person to give you an opinion on it). There are many online training courses on affiliate marketing out there (including this video course put together by yours truly) but I have not taken any of them. So, I wouldn’t be able to be of much help here.
This is the 1st car I have EVER purchased myself at age 29 (I was broke until then and leased from my parents). But the time committed to affiliate marketing and creating great tutorials and YouTube videos was worth it… I work for myself, there is virtually no limit on how much I can make, my schedule is flexible, and I collect enough passive income to live the life I want.
So no, it isn’t easy in the least bit. In fact, from the people who talk about the TRUTH behind affiliate marketing, it CAN be a great way to make money, but only after you’ve spent months or even years putting content out there and already have a VERY solid viewer base. That’s great that you worked your way up so fast, but for your one blog that makes as much as you claim, there are countless others who wasted months or even years on blogs and get little to no return on it. So, your website neglects to cover the most difficult part of the topic. And that’s not pointing the finger at you – it seems like that is where 99% of the people discussing affiliate marketing fall short. They talk about the finish line rather than the path to GET to that finish line.
Haris nothing is easy, you must have not read what Jafar has mentioned earlier in the post. “The harder the you put your effort more the results you will get” Also you need to be a good writer and know the strategies to start make money through affiliate marketing. I’ve used Amazon associates program and know how t works according investment we do on book reviewing and sharing on social media.
The Affiliate Dashboard is where your affiliate can share their link via email and social media with a single click. For example, when they click the Facebook button, they’ll automatically be forwarded over to Facebook, with a new post pre-populated, and their affiliate link already embedded! They can add a personal note or recommendation if they’d like – or they can simply click “Post” to get the message up on their Wall immediately. This “convenience factor” is huge.
Yes, creating content is the most difficult aspect of running any affiliate marketing company. Why? Because it takes long-term dedication and commitment. You can’t just write a few articles and expect floods of traffic to your site. You need lots and lots of content. Creating enough content to truly develop a great resource for people takes a months of work. You’ll also notice that I practice what I preach. ALL of my affiliate sites are heavy on content. From this very website you’re on now to my dog food review site to my site about sharks and all my other sites, they all have piles and piles of content.
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Yes, you read it right! There are numerous ways you can monetize your offline efforts with affiliate marketing. In fact, affiliate marketing provides a number of great technologies to bridge the online-offline gap, supporting more intricate marketing arrangements. One example would be using a unique coupon code in a local newspaper. The code will be tied to your affiliate account and working just as a trackable “link”. Another example would be using a unique toll-free phone number (through a pay-per-call performance marketing program) and plugging it into your audio content: be it a podcast or even a radio commercial.
In affiliate marketing, you do not need to convince a customer one at a time and you do not need to work over and over again. Once your blog or social media is set up, anyone who visits it is a potential customer. In addition to, since the content you wrote about a product is always be there, then you do not need to make a sales pitch over and over again. All you need to do is to let them read or view a product review content that you previously made and hope that there visit will turn into sales.
Secondly, you’ll also need to provide a way to get paid. Many affiliate programs pay via Paypal so it will be a necessity that you get a Paypal account. All you’ll need to share is your Paypal email address. Still, other programs will want to pay via direct deposit into a checking account. This is why it’s also a good idea to register for a free business checking account.
I’ve learned so much with this course! KC Tan is an excellent instructor. He covers all the bases. Also, his facebook group and email list have both been a great value for me. I’ve made money using this method, and I’m hoping to start making even more by learning list building details in another of his courses that I just started. So glad I came across his courses. – Maya Brown
So, how do landing pages work? Well, the landing page definition is “the first page of your website, or the page that visitors ‘land’ on when they visit your website or follow an external link to your site.” Your landing page serves as the online storefront for your affiliate offerings, and helps to set the tone and style of your endeavour, as well as showcasing what you sell or promote and trying to encourage conversions.
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High converting landing pages make it easy for visitors to tell at a glance what is on offer and why they should want it, and provides plenty of interest and engagement without bombarding the visitor with the meaningless stimulus. Informative text interspersed with strong calls to action and accompanying links, plenty of good quality visual teasers, and special offers, promotions, and incentives can all be integrated throughout the page to seal the deal.