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Affiliate Marketing The Most Complete Guide Ever

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Affiliate Marketing: The Most Complete Guide Ever

Let’s talk about that holy grail of bloggers everywhere —

Making money while you sleep.

This is how you imagine it’ll work…

You’ll launch a blog, get some readers, and sell them stuff.

People will snatch up your cool offers, and before you know it you’ll be retiring to an island retreat somewhere.

Because that’s how blogging works, right? Well, maybe.

But if you’ve ever tried to monetize your blog, you’ll know it can be more difficult than you expected.

It takes time to build an audience, discover what they want and then create products they’ll crave.

Even then, you can invest time and money to create something amazing, and launch what you think is a sure thing — only to have it flop. Not pretty.

But the thing is, once you have the beginnings of an audience, every day that goes by that you’re not offering something for sale that will make their lives better is a missed opportunity.

It’s not benefiting them, and it’s not putting money in your pocket, either.

Fortunately there’s a solution:



Affiliate marketing.

It’s one of the most effective ways to help your readers and start monetizing your blog at the same time.

And it’s an engine that can power your blog’s earnings for years to come.

Ready to find out more?

So What Is “Affiliate Marketing,” Anyway?

As you’ll know by now, bloggers make money by building an audience that trusts them, and then offering products or services that will genuinely help that audience.

Affiliate marketing is really just a quicker way to offer products and services without creating them yourself.

In practice, it’s a modern interpretation of a very old idea — getting a commission on a sale. You introduce your readers to products or services from trusted companies or individuals and get a commission on any sales to customers you send their way.

For bloggers, that means you find a product or service that you like, promote it to your readers, and earn part of the profit on each sale that you make.

Simple idea, right?

Let’s see an example.

Blogger Gardening Jones is upfront about how she has partnered with several companies as an affiliate. She lets her readers know that if they purchase any of the products she recommends using her links, she’ll make a little money from the sale. And you….

Monetize your blog.

Then, throughout her site, you see links like this:

affiliate links

These particular graphics look like ads, but they aren’t.

They’re affiliate links.

Average readers might not be aware of the difference, but as a savvy blogger, you should be.

You see, when you put ads on your site, you get paid when someone clicks on them, whether your visitors end up buying or not. The advertiser is essentially renting space on your blog, like they’d rent a billboard along a highway.

But the problem is that you usually earn only fractions of pennies for clicks. You have to have an incredibly high-traffic site to see any real income at all from advertising.

On the other hand, when you’re an affiliate, you only get paid when someone clicks the link and actually purchases.

However, commissions on the sales that you refer are usually much higher.

It’s a slight difference, but one that can make a big impact on your income.

In addition to graphical links and banners, text links can also be slipped into blog posts, often followed by an indicator that it is an affiliate sale — like this:

Join the Seeds of the Month Club here (affiliate link)

You’ve probably seen both types of affiliate links. Bloggers can include links in emails, sales pages, and much more as well. We’ll get into all the possibilities in this post.

For now, though, it’s important that you know exactly what affiliate marketing means — as well as its potential for you as a blogger.


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Why Affiliate Marketing Rocks for Bloggers

At Smart Blogger, we’re big fans of selling affiliate products and services.

Here are three compelling reasons why we think you should look into it, too:

  1. You can monetize your blog sooner than you would if you created your own products from scratch.
  2. You can learn what types of products your audience is clamoring for, reducing the risk of any future product launch of your own.
  3. You can get your readers used to the idea of buying from you — and increase their level of trust (as long as you pick the right products and services to sell).

All pretty significant advantages to you as a growing blogger.

But that’s not all. There are additional benefits to affiliate marketing as well.

  • It’s easy to implement. You share a link with your readers and that’s it. You don’t have to worry about tracking sales, providing customer service, setting up payments, or anything else. All that support is handled by the merchant.
  • It doesn’t require you to have a support team in place. Affiliate marketing is completely doable even if you’re a one-person show.
  • It doesn’t require specialized expertise. You don’t have to be a world-renowned expert in your niche. You only need to be familiar enough with your topic area to know what products are good and worth recommending to your audience.
  • It’s low-effort and low-risk. While affiliate marketing isn’t exactly passive income, it doesn’t require a significant time or money investment on your part.

Sounds pretty good in theory, right? Let’s see if affiliate marketing is right for you. (learn more from links above)


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Earl Nightingale The Strangest Secret

<< I’d like to tell you about The Strangest Secret in the World (By Earl Nightingale) >>

The late Nobel prize-winning Dr. Albert Schweitzer was once asked, “Doctor, what is wrong with men today?”
The great doctor was silent a moment, and then he said, “Men simply do not think!”
It is about this that I want to talk with you.

We live today in a golden age. This is an era that humanity has looked forward to, dreamed of, and worked toward for thousands of years. But since it is here we pretty well take it for granted. We are fortunate to live in the richest era that ever existed on the face of the earth. A land of abundant opportunity for everyone. But do you know what happens?

Lets take 100 individuals who start even at the age of 25.
Do you have any idea what will happen to those men and women by the time they are 65?

These 100 people, who all stat even at the age of 25, all believe they’re going to be successful. If you ask any one of them if they want to be a success they would tell you they did. You would notice that they are eager toward life, there is a certain sparkle in their eye, an erectness to their carriage. Life seems like a pretty interesting adventure to them.

But by the time they are 65, only one will be rich,
four will be financially independent,
41 will still be working,
and 54 will be broke – depending on others for life’s necessities.

Now think a moment: Out of the 100, only five make the grade!

Why do so many fail?
What has happened to the sparkle that was there when they were 25?
What has become of their dreams, their hopes, their plans?
Why is there such a large disparity between what these people intended to do and what they actually accomplished?

read or listen the whole speech by Earl Nightingale here >>>


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That is what “4 % Group” project  stands for = Pareto principle

The Pareto principle (also known as the 80/20 rule, the law of the vital few, or the principle of factor sparsity) states that, for many events, roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. … Pareto developed both concepts in the context of the distribution of income and wealth among the population.

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