In the old days it was enough to start a website, throw some Amazon products up there, say a few things about them, and watch the commissions roll in.
Not so anymore.
Too many people started doing it.
And before you knew it, you were relegated to page 37 of Google searches, where no one would ever find you.
So is affiliate income dead? Not by a long shot. Plenty of people make very nice livings with it. (In fact, you’d be shocked at how nice.)
But you have to know what you’re doing. You have to know what kinds of things you have a prayer of ranking on Google for, for example, and what kinds of things you should avoid like the plague.
And you have to know the kinds of websites and content Google likes, and the kinds it dislikes and even penalizes.
And heck, you have to know how to start a website, which for some people can be very intimidating, but absolutely does not need to be.
Easiest, most pain-free way to get the answers: watch two masters at work.
Today my friends of three years Sara Young and Andrew Hansen are putting on just such a demonstration for you folks (yes, just for my readers) at 5:00pm Eastern. We’ll be going over different material from what we covered last week.
You’ll be able to figure out if this stuff is for you. (It is.) And you’ll save yourself many, many hours of agony and dead ends trying to find everything out on your own.
These presentations often fill up, so grab your spot (and remember, to make it more exciting I’m once again giving away $200 to each of five random attendees):
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