Over the years, thousands of ‘regular, non-technical folks’ (just like you — and me) have learned how to start and run their own successful affiliate marketing businesses using the methods I teach in the Super Affiliate Handbook (and as an industry expert speaker, magazine columnist and consultant) and YOU can learn them too!
From blog installation, to design, content creation and all methods of marketing – I STILL do it all. (Note: Many other affiliate training packages use MY affiliate sites as examples without my permission. That’s because those so-called ‘trainers’ don’t have affiliate sites. They pretend to be working affiliates to take your money, but they don’t have any real experience.)
So, if you’re tired of bogus claims and hype and want to learn how affiliate marketing really works, keep reading…
In a nutshell, affiliate marketing is an arrangement between an online merchant and affiliate (you), in which the affiliate earns a commission for generating sales, leads and/or clicks for the merchant’s web site.
For example, many credit card companies will pay you between $5 and $20 in commission for each visitor that you send to their site who completes a credit card application, and up to $55 for those whose applications are approved.
That’s a great commission, and although many companies pay less, there are also many companies that pay much MORE!
How much you will earn depends in part on the products you choose to sell, and in the Super Affiliate Handbook I show you exactly how to find the best companies and products to promote.
According to one report, total sales generated through affiliate networks in 2006 was ?2.16 billion in the UK alone. MarketingSherpa’s research team estimated that, in 2006, affiliates worldwide earned $6.5 billion…Affiliate Disclaimer: Unless otherwise stated, the author receives a portion of proceeds from any product or service purchased. You should always do your own due diligence when purchasing anything online, not just to ensure legitimacy of what's being offered, but also to ensure it's a good fit for your specific business model. Professional Disclaimer: No information provided should take the place of professional legal or financial advice specific to your locality and business.