If so, you may seriously want to consider creating your own product.
I never achieved as much success as I did when I launched my first eBook back in 2007. Since then, I have been creating products in niches that I am knowledgeable in and good at.
For instance, I was a music teacher for many years... So I put together several eBooks on how to play the piano, guitar, etc. and have made THOUSANDS of dollars selling them online.
I have since then learned quite a few ways to make money online (through selling my music instruction eBooks) and turned those tried and tested methods into eBooks and reports which have also earned me thousands of dollars.
I now have a six figure business selling only products that I have created. Now, it might seem "easier said than done" but if you take action and set your mind to something, it's amazing what you can achieve.
If you aren't good at writing, you can always make a list of bullet points that highlight the tips, techniques, advice and methods that you want to teach in your eBook -- and hire a ghostwriter to help you make it look nice and read smoothly!
eBooks and reports do not have to be hundreds of pages long and can be rather short... And still bring in lots of money.
If eBooks aren't your thing, software is another type of product where having your OWN to sell can prove to be far more rewarding than just promoting some other person's product as an affiliate... And again, can be outsourced just as easily.
I don't want to go on forever, but if you haven't considered developing your own product... I strongly suggest thinking about it and asking yourself "What would I have to do to put together a quality product?"
It could be the best decision you ever make... It was for me!
P.S. - I am not suggesting that you just slap together a product and start selling it to people... You would of course need to use due diligence, research your topic, provide quality content and value as well as make sure you aren't plagiarizing or taking part in anything immoral, unethical or illegal.