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Posted 9th May 2015 at 12:24 PM by trevord92 Comments 0
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At first glance, affiliate marketing seems easy.
  • You don't need to create a product of your own
  • You don't need to deal with customer questions and refunds
  • You don't need to set up payment buttons
  • You don't need to write a sales letter
  • Almost everything is done for you
Of course, like almost everything in life, the devil's in the detail.


The main thing that people leave out when they talk about affiliate marketing is that you still need to get people to view the...

Posted 12th April 2015 at 12:54 PM by trevord92 Comments 0
YouTube takes into account lots of different factors when it ranks videos and one of the important factors is the number of times the video has been viewed.

Of course, since YouTube is owned by Google, it's not quite as simple as that. So you can't just go out and buy a bunch of views from Fiverr and hope that you can fool YouTube into thinking you're more popular than you really are.

In fact, that's a good way to get your video (or even your whole account) deleted....

Posted 8th April 2015 at 03:46 AM by trevord92 Comments 0
Affiliate websites are a quick way to get into internet marketing:
  • No products to create
  • No payment processors to deal with
  • No customers to deal with - the site you're promoting handles deliveries, questions and returns
  • Available in almost any niche - if Amazon stock a range, there's a demand (although the commissions on Amazon are low per sale)
It's worth buidling your own website because that puts you more in control. You can develop the site and become a good source of information,...

Posted 7th April 2015 at 04:11 AM by trevord92 Comments 0
Free offers are the usual way that internet marketers (and others) get people interested in them.

This happens in the real world as well as the online world - buy one get one free offers in supermarkets, tasters, samples, that kind of thing.

Online it's even easier as the cost of offering something free is close to zero.

But what happens next?

If you've tempted someone onto your list by offering them a freebie, there's a good chance they won't...


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