Ok, I might be a dumb country girl but

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where are all the affiliate marketing site links that belong to warriours? All I am finding are sites that sell "how to market"? I would really love to be given some links to sites where people like me built a biz online? I've got the books to read now, from Thies and Evoy. They seem to spell it out pretty good, so far. But I need some "working examples" of money making affiliate marketing sites?

Thanks all, denise

I know they are here, somewhere, I just haven't found any so thought it would be easier to ask

Please no one tell me to look at Amazon.com, LOL! I already did:p
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  • Profile picture of the author Lisa Gergets
    Are you looking for actual Warrior's website links? If so I'd look in the WSO section, or in each Warrior's signature.
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    • Profile picture of the author oregoncountry
      Hi tinker

      I've been doing that but I haven't hit them all of course I just haven't found any that are like what I am working on Most are teaching sites/how to's Ty though for the info, denise
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  • Profile picture of the author bgmacaw
    Sigs are where you want to look. You'll learn a lot from some of them.
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    • Profile picture of the author oregoncountry
      Thank you Sig!! Yes, I am still going to hit a few more. I am trying to juggle all the balls at once today and what happens is typical, I drop them all if I'm not careful denise
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  • Profile picture of the author The Pension Guy
    It is not entirely clear what are you looking for when you say "affiliate marketing site".

    In general, "affiliate marketing" means the affiliates are not selling their own products but someone else's product and you can have all kind of websites (from blogs to one-page sites to review sites) where you offer your affiliate links to be clicked.
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  • Profile picture of the author Andy
    Hi,

    Since when does "country girl" presuppose "dumb"? :-)

    If I understand you correctly, you want to see sites by folks who market affilate products?

    If that is indeed the case, I'd suggest first looking affilate aggregators for hot products - Clickbank for info products, and then searching for said product in Google. Example? Sure...

    Let's say you chose "Fat Loss 4 Idiots" from CB - a product I despise BTW.

    Type "Fat Loss 4 Idiots" you can try quotes or no quotes into Google or some other search engine. I got over 1 million results. Some blogs, some reviews, probably some articles. Now start clicking and you'll see how these folks market this product. As a bonus you might be able to figure out just HOW they got onto the search page for that term to begin with.

    If that's not what you meant - never mind. :-)

    God bless,

    Andy
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      • Profile picture of the author oregoncountry
        Originally Posted by alexa_s View Post

        Clearly it doesn't at all: if it did, it wouldn't be necessary to specify "dumb country girl" as the adjective would be tautologous. It's only the fact that it doesn't presuppose it that justifies "dumb" being specified.
        Ok, this whole reply proves me dumb, LOLLLLLLLL Thanks a lot:rolleyes:

        PS maybe I am dumb like a fox though and if I get some replies that ain't a bad thang eeeeeeether!! LOL
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      • Profile picture of the author Andy
        Hi Alexa.

        Okay, I'll buy that. For all I know Denise cannot speak nor hear.

        Denise,

        From your response then, you were trying to find pages promoting affiliate products?

        There are two reasons I'd hesitate to show such pages.

        One, I prefer to keep to myself.

        Two, I don't think it's wise to make profitable niches public.

        God bless,

        Andy
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      • Profile picture of the author VegasVince
        Originally Posted by alexa_s View Post

        Clearly it doesn't at all: if it did, it wouldn't be necessary to specify "dumb country girl" as the adjective would be tautologous. It's only the fact that it doesn't presuppose it that justifies "dumb" being specified.
        I don't know what home girl just said above.....but I suspect she's a lot smarter then the dumb country girls who hang out in my JerkWater town.



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      • Profile picture of the author ptone
        Originally Posted by alexa_s View Post

        Clearly it doesn't at all: if it did, it wouldn't be necessary to specify "dumb country girl" as the adjective would be tautologous. It's only the fact that it doesn't presuppose it that justifies "dumb" being specified.
        You been hangin' out with Paul Myers?
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      • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
        Originally Posted by alexa_s View Post

        the adjective would be tautologous.
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    • Profile picture of the author oregoncountry
      Originally Posted by Andy View Post

      Hi,

      Since when does "country girl" presuppose "dumb"? :-)

      If I understand you correctly, you want to see sites by folks who market affilate products?

      If that is indeed the case, I'd suggest first looking affilate aggregators for hot products - Clickbank for info products, and then searching for said product in Google. Example? Sure...

      Let's say you chose "Fat Loss 4 Idiots" from CB - a product I despise BTW.

      Type "Fat Loss 4 Idiots" you can try quotes or no quotes into Google or some other search engine. I got over 1 million results. Some blogs, some reviews, probably some articles. Now start clicking and you'll see how these folks market this product. As a bonus you might be able to figure out just HOW they got onto the search page for that term to begin with.

      If that's not what you meant - never mind. :-)

      God bless,

      Andy
      Hey Andy!! Excellent, you gave me my new niche! "How to find affiliate sites" - for idiots!! LOLLLLLL!!! Ty much for the info and the laugh out loud Denise
      PS I did try the google search, familiar with that, I just got tired of mowing through all the sites that had 1st and second page positions! They were all BIG biz like Amazon etc. I just got lazy and came here.
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  • Profile picture of the author bluet
    Originally Posted by oregoncountry View Post

    where are all the affiliate marketing site links that belong to warriours? All I am finding are sites that sell "how to market"? I would really love to be given some links to sites where people like me built a biz online? I've got the books to read now, from Thies and Evoy. They seem to spell it out pretty good, so far. But I need some "working examples" of money making affiliate marketing sites?

    Thanks all, denise

    I know they are here, somewhere, I just haven't found any so thought it would be easier to ask

    Please no one tell me to look at Amazon.com, LOL! I already did:p
    Google this, it will help some:

    site:warriorforum.com/members signature

    if you still can't find any, try adding a niche, like this example:
    site:warriorforum.com/members signature+"weight loss"

    that should bring up a few links to sites or affiliate sites from members
    If it doesn't come up by default, click on the "about me" section on their profile page

    edit: actually, if you drop the "signature" part from the link you will get way more sites
    site:warriorforum.com/members "weight loss"

    I'm just a smartass dumb country boy. I guess that's an oxymoron? lol
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  • Profile picture of the author Slyknight
    I guess you are asking to see a real money making site created by one of the members here.. You can PM them and ask but many keep their niche a secret so new competitors won't come. So they'll most likely won't share.
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  • Profile picture of the author Amy Bass
    Do you want to see how they are making money or their stories on how they got started? You can see the journey on how I got started, due to MASSIVE amounts of debt on the first blog I ever created - My Debt Free Goal | My Debt Free Goal I am sure other warriors have blogs about their journey's as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author stma
    Google is your friend - especially all those nice people PAYING to have their sites shown. If they are paying - they have their sites monetized.

    It's pretty easy to dig through the top few paid ads and see what they have in common that you can compete with.
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  • Profile picture of the author sevenish
    Originally Posted by oregoncountry View Post

    I know they are here, somewhere, I just haven't found any so thought it would be easier to ask
    Actually, the most successful working sites that promote non-IM/MMO products and services are not here, anywhere. In the sigs here, you'll find links to sites appealing to your marketing aspirations, NOT to a successful landing page for another sort of product. Considering the audience here, I'd say that's prudent, I suppose.

    The reason is that most successful affiliate marketers aren't going to reveal a successful landing page and formula to a forum of over a 100K information-hungry marketers ... only to see the niche flooded with carbon-copy copy-cats. In fact, in some marketing forums that focus on affiliate marketing, the "outing" of someone else's landing page is strictly verbotten.

    I'd stay out of the WSO section, if I were you. You'll find many promises of seeing exact campaigns that pull in huge gobs of cash. Most are simply promises that go unfulfilled and you'll likely find yourself being distracted chasing the next big thing, not to mention spending money that is better spent elsewhere in your business.

    Notable exceptions are Eric Louviere, Kevin Riley and Chris Rempel ... just off the top of my head. In fact, this recent thread begun by Kevin Riley is worthwhile reading:
    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...-warriors.html

    Hope that makes sense.

    Best wishes.
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