I read a blog post earlier today about an affiliate niche site case study that was earning $2,000 per month. Of course, I’m a sucker for case studies, so I clicked on it, but was sorely disappointed by what I read. It was all the basic advice of “write good content” and “get good links”. […]
Since about mid 2016 I’ve been working on building up my Amazon earnings with a side project. It’s surprisingly a lot harder than I thought. More on that later. But to help with my earnings, among other things, I decided to buy EasyAzon 4. I had heard a lot about it, mostly good things, and […]
Passive income is kind of a buzzword these days. People throw it around and say things like, “I’d like to get some passive income”…as if it was hanging out somewhere online and you just had to find it. Passive income is a strange concept. It’s income you don’t have to work for, but at the same time, you have to work really hard to create systems which can deliver it.
The diet pills industry is huge, and it’s not going anywhere. People are fat and want to get fit. But does the declining search trend for diet pills mean that you shouldn’t start a website in this niche? No way. There’s always an angle, and this niche is ripe for traffic if you know where to look.
It’s a pretty good looking theme, and some very unique features. However, there are some downsides worth mentioning before you decide if it’s a good theme for your affiliate business.
You don’t have to keep any inventory, and deal with a very minimal amount of customer service. A common claim is that you can spend just a few hours per week to run a profitable, full time drop business in this way. This is an awesome way to make money on the internet. That part is true. But it’s not as easy as it sounds. Plus, there are equally profitable business models out there that require even less maintenance, namely affiliate marketing.
There are a lot of places to get information on internet marketing, but one of the most famous internet marketing forums out there is The Warrior Forum, often just called WF because it’s so famous.
So, an internet marketing newbie, should you pay attention to what’s happening over there? Who would benefit most from either the free version of WF or the paid version (called the War Room)?
When I started marketing online, I remember that one of the biggest hurdles my mind had to jump over was how to write reviews of so many products, when there was no way that I could own everything I wrote about. I simply couldn’t get on Amazon, spend $10,000 on toys, and then give my opinion on each of them.
It just didn’t make sense! How could I sell stuff when I didn’t own or really know anything about it?