Most people involved in Affiliate Marketing absolutely will not show you their site no matter what. It’s some kind of magic secret and they don’t want you to:
Copy their site
Compete in their niche
Realize they are the scum of the web hocking garbage products
Me? I’ve put links to a few of my sites on here when they were first created and if they got popular, just changed the domain name so it wasn’t bombarded by people with no intent to buy my “wool dog sweaters” or whatever. Continue reading
What I’ve been doing lately is checking out the world of affiliate marketing. I had the opportunity to attend a real life conference and speak to Chris Rempel, the creator of the Lazy Marketer series of affiliate marketing ebooks.
I was skeptical at first but this guy really took his time, explained things in real life terms that were easy to grasp, and even gave very specific examples.
What the Lazy Marketer (namely, the confessions package) is all about is creating small niche websites and filling them with great content along with some sale links to products in your specific niche. You can use Clickbank, Amazon, or any affiliate program for any company to pull this off and if you follow his instructions, you can pull it off AMAZINGLY WELL. Continue reading
Most people hate Essays. Do you?
While I primarily focus on web-based online writing jobs such as producing e-books and content, there’s another great niche all you online writers should be aware of (if you’re not already) and this niche is Essays and other school papers. Continue reading
Ok guys, I know I’ve been gone for a long time and honestly you don’t want to know.
The bottom dropped out on my little sites I’d been basically living off of (thanks Google) and while I maintain the integrity of useful sites with fun stories and whatnot, sometimes you’re dealt a bad hand and get the shaft. Continue reading
(Fall 2010 version of my “dirty jobs” post from 2008)
Bidding sites are a lot like our stupid relatives. We love to hate them but occasionally they stop being pains in the ass long enough to do something nice for us. Continue reading
TOP 5 ARTICLE WRITING SITES FOR BEGINNERS!
You may remember this post as one of my first long ago. Well, some of that doesn’t apply so well these days so here is the top 5 article writing sites for beginners as of 2010. Continue reading
Beginners Work At Home As a Writer Guide
Some of you stumbled across this blog and realize it’s a big mess. I have 1/2 finished ideas (some of which are fully completed by the way) and goals scattered around what should be more of a blog aimed at helping people start from A to B without any bullcrap along the way. My goal for the end of September is to make this much easier to navigate which means I’ll be scrapping at least 50% of it entirely.
For my first time visitors, here’s a cheat sheet of how and where to start. Continue reading
It’s kind of funny that probably 85% of the writers I know will work exclusively doing one type of work for one type of site until that site goes under or they simply get sick of working there. Associated Content is the easiest example. People will write there for a while, be happy, then all of a sudden be plagued by something about that site that leads them to abandon it. It could be something like not getting their $10 page view bonus on time or fighting in the general forums over there. Continue reading
I have a challenge for all you writers who are subscribed to this blog as well as anyone who happens to stumble across it. I have a one article head start as of this post but as you know, I’m fairly lazy and with summer in full swing, odds are I’ll spend a few hours a day at the water slides and with all the kids.
This is what I’m doing.
I’ve chosen a keyword phrase of “cheap motels in X, California”. If you put in “cheap motels california” you’ll get 7000000 pages or so with Google or Yahoo! but flipping to page 2, you’ll immediately see hotel chains. Continue reading
I know my readers range in age from 18-65 but if you work at home, boredom is going to be something you have to deal with very frequently. It’s difficult to approach something like article writing as a normal job because we have a TV across the room, might still be in our pajamas, and there is a kitchen very close that’s just begging to be used.
I’m sure you’re just as sick of hearing about “scheduling” as I am so I won’t get into that this time (though it IS important). Continue reading