A few weeks ago I flew out to Las Vegas to attend Affiliate Summit.
I personally got a lot out of the event because I managed to meet more than 20 people who are making 7 to 8 figures a year online.
What I wanted to do in this particular blog post was simply to mention the top 3 takeaways that I got out of the event...
1. All the super affiliates that I met (7 and 8 figure affiliates) made over 80% of their income from just 1 or 2 niches. These niches varied across affiliates but...
There can be a myriad of reasons why you might want to start a blog. Maybe you want a 'make money blog', or you want a blog that reviews affiliate products, or perhaps you want to setup a corporate blog to promote your business. Or maybe you just want the adoring attention of a blog community that hangs on your every post, a devoted group of blog readers who will defend you to the death.
Irrespective of your reasons for starting a blog, there is one thing you must have if you are to avoid...Read more
Like it or not, we live in the global age.
Telecommunications, satellites, the internet... we are increasingly connected to
people in the far reaches of the world and they are connected to us. This
interconnectivity has brought about many positive effects - one could argue
that the more we're connected to people around the world, the more we might
care about people in different countries and from different backgrounds.
But there are potential negative consequences too. What if, for...
Does anyone know what Chandler (from TV's Friends) does for a job? A running joke in the series was that no one actually knew for sure. For the record he was an IT Procurement Manager that specialized in statistical analysis and data reconfiguration - basically he was a reports guy. He hated his job because it seemed so pointless.
Where am I going with this?
Like Chandler, a lot of people see reports as a horrible waste of time, a pointless exercise in number crunching that...Read more
not the only number that matters. "What?!" I hear you say... sales aren't everything?
In a word... no.
Of course sales are the ultimate goal - but the problem with only worrying about the number of sales is that if something changes - the number of sales suddenly decreases, or even increases - people have absolutely no clue why!
So they guess and make assumptions. The trouble is with guessing is you're putting an awful lot of faith in your own ability to understand what the...