DuckDuckGo - It’s an alternative search engine to Google - it doesn’t track your history so the results it returns (in theory) are completely unbiased. This was nice when I was doing keyword research as well as other searches. I felt like my results were more targeted around the specific keywords and not around the ads, my history or whatever else Google thought I would like to see. I found a lot of high quality resources on page one of DDG that were on page 27 of my Google searches so I would have never found them otherwise.
Rakuten experts also noted that many Luxury Brands will rightfully want to know which of their competitors are on these coupon/loyalty publishers. No brand wants to be missing out on potential customers while their competitors are reaping the benefits of being there, but at the same time, no Luxury Brand advertiser wants to be the “first” on a publisher site with a coupon or loyalty model. It creates an interesting position where every advertiser wants to be where other advertisers already are, but nobody wants to be the first on a publisher’s site. This also creates an opportunity because if your target audience is on a new site that every other brand is interested in but not willing to jump in yet, you could gain the competitive advantage by being on there before them.
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Hello, i love your website and all the good stuff you teach us:) I have a question concerning the copywrite of the pictures somebody would use on a site like thisiswhyimbroke.com. Is it enought to just link to the products? Is there any Disclaimer you would recommend for a site like this? What is your opinion on that? Thank you a lot for your help!
Starting from scratch was fun! It took a lot of time to plan and build the framework but I think once this gets going it will be really fun to write creative, targeted, and SEO rich content. I will spend a lot of time on this site since it’s truly in a niche I love already and generating content and traffic should be natural since I live in this world. I had originally planned on this being a small and very targeted niche site for just a couple products but I soon found that my outline was at 4 pages. In order to cull the list I decided that I could only focus on the top 3 subjects and the rest had to go to a “someday maybe” list that I’ll get to later. Right now I’ll only optimize and focus on those 3 subjects within the niche until the site is in the very top for that category - and hopefully that will generate a greater return than trying to focus on 15 very light topics.
I wish I could give more than 5 stars because this course deserves more stars. I have learned a lot by taking this course. I was able to complete two websites making them look half way decent because I used what was taught to create the websites in a matter of days. I still have to add content to the website but I was able to accomplish more by taking this course than I have by taking other courses. I really felt like I accomplished something by taking this course. I plan to watch it again several times. This course is great for anyone wanting to build a website. The website does not have to be an affiliate website. I advise everyone to use the same theme that he uses in the course. I will take more of his courses for sure. – Latoya Simmons
If she is already someone who likes to write about beauty and skin-care and has several friends/followers on her social channels that like the topic, she can start promoting FOREO products to them. This second program from FOREO can turn out to be a faster, easier and more enjoyable for her compared to the electronics affiliate program we saw earlier.
Is there a way to be an affiliate without a website? For instance I could print out cards with the link on it for people to go to and make purchases or something of the sort. Is that possible? Do all affiliate programs require a website? If yes, would it suffice if I created a CBD blog and used that as my website for affiliate purposes? Thanks a lot
This month I also spent a lot of time researching the best structure for the 3 sites and spent a TON of time working on the outline for the menu structure. I’m a visual person so I set about outlining my sites in nested outlines. So I would have the main page, sub pages and categories. I would also put a bullet point for POSTS and then under that I would put any ideas I had for post titles and supporting keyword targets.
plenty of exact copies of TIWIB out there...I made one (www.coolkaboodle.com) using one of elegant themes WP themes...working on a new site using Elegant themes Divi (and set up a showcase site http://www.divithemeexamples.com)....no reason to copy TIWIB exactly....look for a new angle. more niche is needed I think as way to many copycat sites out there..FWIW my coolkaboodle site doesn't make a huge aount now I stopped maintaining/updating it...
The Instructor, Theo McArthur is an entrepreneur, amazon seller, investor as well as expert online marketer. Having been working on this domain since 1995, she now truly enjoys helping others learn life changing techniques and business models. Having created numerous ‘authority’ blogs to promote affiliate products over the years, she is perfectly placed to teach you the tricks involved in kick starting and enhancing your affiliate business. Along with all this, she’s also been selling stuff on Amazon and runs her own e-commerce venture. All in all, this is as much experience as you can ever wish for in a trainer. Hope you are able to make the most of this training program.
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