I'd just like to say that this is probably my favorite section on The Warrior Forum. I've bought so many WSO's over the past 8 months, but I have to say that the big boys over here in the CPA section have offered me the most value for money with their courses. People like Kenster, Williamrs, Mike Morgan and PPC Coach appear to be the most honest guys around here and seem to take a genuine interest in helping people out. So I say thanks to those guys and everyone else who makes a contribution to this forum.
Basically, I'm looking for some inspiration here guys and want to ask, am I too late for affiliate marketing? Is the honeymoon over for affiliate marketers in general?
It seem as though each year just gets more difficult for internet marketers due to the constant upgrades to the search engines and the tightening of rules inside the major PPC networks.
Can someone like me really become the next Kenster, Williamrs or Mike Morgan etc... ? Can a long term, successful career really be made from internet marketing starting now or should I quit while I'm ahead and stick to my day job?
Although I would still consider myself a newbie, I can say that I have seen a little success so far with my PPC efforts promoting CPA offers, but something tells me that generating leads for other people on a daily basis just isn't a sustainable way of making a long term living online.
I'd be interested in getting some feedback on what people think about the current state and future of internet marketing and whether or not they think someone new to this game can really become successful long term.
And if people think that there is still room for newbies to become successful it would be great if you could share some tips and strategies. Maybe I should be looking at setting up a particular business model rather than simply throwing up random CPA campaigns blindly? I may also benefit from joining a coaching forum? I hear that PPC Coach offers some great value over at his forum, so I may give it a trial.
Anyway, apologies for the long post. I look forward to receiving any feedback you may have.