WHO THIS ARTICLE IS FOR: This post is written for the person who is already experiencing some success in their business and is looking to significantly increase their productivity by optimizing their mind and body, which I consider to be your “productivity engine”.
This article is NOT for most people.
It’s certainly not for people just starting out or who are trying to learn how to make their first $100 online.
When you’re in that frame of mind the stuff I’m about to share is usually of very little interest because you just need to make money.
You’re only interested in tactics and strategies to make money and that’s fine.
Go make some money first.
Once that happens though and you get comfortable making $1,000 a month, $10,000 a month, $100,000 a month you’re eventually gonna hit another plateau.
Especially if you’re a solopreneur and you have no desire to grow into a massive company with lots and lots of...
PURPOSE OF THIS ARTICLE: The main reason I'm writing this article is because one of the most common questions I get from people who invest in my affiliate SEO course is "How do you choose offers and products to promote?"
Well, it's a little bit of an art and a science, but if you live long enough and pay attention to trends it's really not that hard at all to predict the future because you'll begin to recognize patterns.
And patterns are simply trends that repeat themselves. This article will give you some context of an offer I like, why I like it, and how I discovered it.
In the fall of 2010 I moved from my small hometown of Starkville, Mississippi (population 25,000ish) to the big city of Austin, Texas (over 1 million) to start my life as a young adult after finishing my art degree from SCAD in Savannah, Georgia.
I didn't really have much of a plan when I came to Austin and had never even visited before I moved out. But, since it was a larger city than anywhere I had...
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Recently, my friend Jacob Caris share some of his results with a new program he had been promoting and it REALLY caught my attention.
Here’s a screenshot of some of Jacob’s earnings….
Now, for a little context, Jacob is actually of my top students of an affiliate SEO course I have (more on that later).
Jacob got his start in the affiliate marketing world by taking my course and in just the last two years has made multiple six figures online and has been able to quit his 9 to 5 corporate job and go full-time with online marketing.
I say that just to make it very clear that this one opportunity is not the only thing that makes me and Jacob money.
If it were to go away tomorrow, we'd be fine. Because the skills we know can be applied for promoting any product, offer, or service.
The reason I'm throwing this out there is that I know a lot of people pushing biz opps focus 100% on that ONE business and if it collapses they'll probably have to go...
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Before I even get started, I just want to first assure you that I am an actual OMG member and own the product. I’m not just some random affiliate trying to make a quick buck.
Ok, so with that out of the way, here we go…
OMG stands for "One Man Gang," referring to what they turn you into. With this program you'll have systems and tools powerful enough to make money online all on your own, and you'll be a very attractive joint venture partner, consultant, etc.
OMG trains new people, completely from scratch, to be Digital Marketing Agents, with their proven 90-Day system which gives you a massive advantage as online entrepreneurs, and/or consultants and/or as a reliable and profitable career path.
OMG Provides ongoing research, training, and tools to veteran DMA's to keep them plugged in, plus...
SEO (search engine optimization) is actually pretty simple.
It mainly comes down to two things: on page SEO and off page SEO.
On page SEO just means optimizing your content to rank for certain keywords.
The main elements on the page you want to make sure and include your target keywords are your Title and URL.
As far as the body itself don't worry so much about using the exact phrases you're going after word for word...
The other half of the SEO equation is off page SEO.
This just means backlinks or links from other high authority or relevant sites pointing to the piece of content you're trying to rank.
Off page SEO is also pretty simple - it mostly comes down to...
Remember the old adage "you get what you pay for"?
Well, that statement is true with solo ads as well...
Unless you do what's known as a solo ad swap, which is where you mail for someone in exchange for them mailing for you...
So that each of you can help build each other's lists without having to actually pay for clicks.
One of the most popular sites and services for solo ads swaps is Safe Swaps.
However, obviously before you are able to do a solo ad swap you will need your own email list.
And one of the fastest, simplest ways to build your email list from scratch is by investing in solo ads.
To help save you some time in trying to figure out which solo ad vendor or service is the best, I recommend starting with a site called Udimi.
Udimi is the largest marketplace for solo ads vendors and is a fast, affordable and safe solution for growing your email list on autopilot.
Once you build up a solid list of at least a few thousand subscribers then you can start doing swaps on a regular...
Honestly there really isn't an "average" salary for affiliate marketers because there's so many different skill levels when it comes to online marketing.
Most people that call themselves affiliate marketers have probably made less than $100...
While on the high end others make six or even seven figures every year.
However, the magic number that I've found most people are aiming to hit when they first dive into the world on affiliate marketing is about $100-$200/day.
Sure, everybody likes the idea of driving Lambos and Ferraris and partying on private jets and expensive yachts...
But the reason why, for most people, $100-$200/day is all they need is that it's all that's standing in between them and having to be at their dreaded 9 to 5 job for 40+ hours every week.
The great news is that $100-$200/day is really not that hard to achieve, even if you're just getting started and know nothing about making money on the Internet.
Now, there are a lot of different methods and strategies for...
Solo ads are a very popular method of driving traffic.
Mostly because they're fast, easy, and newbie-friendly.
The downside is that the lower the barrier to entry the more likely you are of getting screwed and taken advantage of.
Unfortunately, since a lot of people who invest in solo ads are brand new marketers they don't even know that they might be getting taken advantage of or how to even figure out if they are.
Which is why I don't just like to blindly recommend resources without testing them myself.
So, if you're considering investing in solo ads or you've maybe tried solo ads in the past and are looking for a reputable solution to help you scale...
Then I recommend Trafficforme.
A couple of reasons I really like Trafficforme are...
Kindle Direct Publishing launched is 2010 (nearly a decade ago at the time of me writing this post).
And why that date is so ridiculous to me is that it's still ridiculously simple to make money selling Kindle ebooks...
Yet, I guess most people on the planet simply don't know that.
A few years after the Kindle Marketplace launched I mustered up the courage to publish my first title.
And within a few short weeks I had already made over $100 - off of a $1.99 ebook!
Now, unfortunately I didn't stick with it.
But a friend of mine did.
He started around the exact same time as me in the fall of 2012 and in about 3-4 months he had scaled his Kindle income to over $10,000/month!
And the even crazier thing was that he had developed a system that was for the most part completely automated.
The only "work" he did was logging into his account to see how much money he was making.
I know that sounds like a fairytale - but he's not the only one.
And Kindle is still a MASSIVE...