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Hi. If a person wants to do affiliate marketing and he would put his 100% effort in it. But he has no money to invest and don't have any writing skills, for blog or article marketing. So how would u help him. cheers.
  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    That is easy. Give him free ebooks to study.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mena Jo
    Google would totally be that persons friend. The only difficult thing about affiliate marketing comes in gearing yourself up to actually do the work. Learning the mechanics is easy. It's also very easy to find information for free, use judgement in applying it and just get started - that's how I learned.

    If your friend is serious and really willing to put 100% into it, then he/she would have already started their own research into affiliate marketing.

    Just be on hand to help out with clarifying stuff he/she may not fully comprehend.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bart Miller
    Hmmmm...I would first direct that person to YouTube to watch all the free videos on Affiliate Marketing. Is your friend good on video? Maybe doing videos would be better for him/her than trying to write blog posts or do article marketing for affiliate revenue?
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  • Profile picture of the author Troy_Phillips
    Originally Posted by swatz89 View Post

    Hi. If a person wants to do affiliate marketing and he would put his 100% effort in it. But he has no money to invest and don't have any writing skills, for blog or article marketing. So how would u help him. cheers.
    Ebay. It is a great way to get start up. Some people use it to make a great living and most of us can at least say we have made a buck or two there.
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  • Profile picture of the author Marcus Rockey
    We know what that person is not good at but what ARE they good at?

    A list of personal strengths might direct a positive answer and I don't really see how you can benefit from asking the question that way...

    If you are not good at ABC you will be good at D.

    Focus on D.

    Perhaps D is audio's. Now if that's the case you can build an audio and have someone transcribe that audio for you. It can then be used as content in other areas such as product creation.

    Focusing on limitations is limiting.
    Focusing on strengths builds businesses.

    Resourcefulness will be your biggest asset in affiliate marketing, list building, etc etc.

    Marcus Rockey
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    • Profile picture of the author Cee
      Does he have any talents or skills he can sell on Fiverr? Does he have a job outside the internet? If he has an income from another source he can save up some money and outsource his writing etc. needs.
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