September 17th, 2019 | By Tom Woods
In 2017 I held an affiliate contest: whoever brought in the most sales of Liberty Classroom, my subscription site, through his link over the course of Black Friday weekend would win a brand new car: a 2017 Kia Soul.
For people in the next nine slots I gave away $5000 in cash prizes – in addition to the 50% commissions I paid.
Why did I do this?
First because, come on, I looked like Joe Cool.
Giving away a car, for heaven’s sake? That’s sweet. Ain’t no other libertarian giving you a car.
But more to the point, I figured: if I give away prizes, people will try harder to promote their affiliate link so they can make sales and win a prize.
The site grossed about $143,000 that weekend. So yes, I’d say the prizes worked.
So here’s my thought right now:
If giving away prizes made people work harder to promote my product, what if instead of prizes I just gave away all the money?
You make a sale, you keep 100% of the dough, for a full year.
I’ve even made a video showing you how to do it.
This is obviously the best bonus I have ever offered, and it’s likely to be the best bonus I will ever offer.
I honestly don’t have anything better than this.
Join Gerry Cramer’s affiliate training program, and this bonus (plus two others almost as good) are yours.
You will go mad if you don’t at least click, and you don’t want that to happen, so:
September 16th, 2019 | By Tom Woods
You know the advantages of affiliate marketing:
— no 9-to-5 grind;
— no product creation;
— no customer service;
— no inventory;
— no shipping;
— can work from anywhere;
— can work whatever hours suit you;
— and so on.
Here’s the disadvantage:
Some people will resent you.
This is unavoidable.
If you aren’t slaving away at a traditional 9-to-5 job, and you’re having success in a more pleasant if unorthodox way, some people won’t be able to compute what you’re doing, and they may even think you’re cheating somehow.
If they have to slave away, so should you.
How dare you break from what everyone else is doing?
You will find that you won’t even be able to discuss the subject with some of the people you know. There will be veiled hostility, and awkwardness, the whole time. You think I’m joking. I’m not. It’s weird.
But you know what? This disadvantage of affiliate marketing doesn’t matter to me at all.
If it helps me smoke out the losers, all the better.
I don’t want to spend time with people like this.
I’d rather spend it with people like you, dear reader, who actually want to make a change in your life, instead of pretending, with these people, that staying in a grind you hate is some kind of virtue.
Gerry Cramer’s program is about to close.
He is the world’s number-one affiliate marketer, and he’s managed to get his students into eight of the top ten slots – out of 100,000 affiliates – on the world’s greatest affiliate network.
Think that guy might know something you don’t?
And if you do, I’m offering you the best bonuses I’ve ever offered:
(1) For one year, 100% commissions on my Liberty Classroom subscription site. Someone clicks on your link and joins, and you get 100% of the money.
(2) An exclusive ask-me-anything session, just for people who join.
(3) Once you’ve chosen a product to promote (Gerry will help you), I’ll promote it to my audience to get you traffic and sales.
You’re smart enough to see how valuable those are.
Now go make the time to watch this presentation, and screw those envious bastards:
July 7th, 2019 | By Tom Woods
I may not be as quick or as clever as masters like Michael Malice or economist Bob Murphy, but the old man occasionally gets a good one in.
In promoting this year’s Contra Cruise (the vacation Bob and I host for our listeners), Bob posted on Facebook a link about Alaska, our destination, and the embedded photo showed a whale leaping out of the water.
Bob’s accompanying text ended with the words, “The whale has not yet been confirmed to speak.”
To which I replied:
“Bob, I thought it was certain you were going to speak.”
A month later, a mysterious package arrived.
An anonymous person had sent me a beautiful sweatshirt with our design on it, and the words, “I came to hear the whale speak.”
I am wearing it as I type this.
How’d he do it? Is he some amazing designer with a sweatshirt factory in his home?
He used print on demand.
It’s a fun business to start, and requires basically no up-front investment. (Hence “print-on-demand.”)
I’m making you a deal:
I’ll promote your product, or your full-blown print-on-demand store, to my audience.
Think that’s a valuable bonus? (Duh.)
But she’s disappearing, so go:
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