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These article packs are designed to help you write informative blog posts and web 2.0 properties, which soft-promoting Affilorama at the same time. Google's duplicate content penalties means we can't give you an article to copy and paste.

To overcome this, we've done the hard work for you and made 'article packs'. For each article, we provide low-competition keywords to target. Each article has an introduction, 3 paragraphs and a conclusion. For each paragraph, we have laid out important tips, facts and ideas to discuss in bullet points. You can then take these bullet points, and write an article in your own words.

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AffiloBlueprint Articles

Article 1: Affiliate Marketing Ideas that Make Money

Core keyword: affiliate marketing ideas
Secondary keyword: ideas to make money

Introduction

  • In this blog post, I will be sharing affiliate marketing ideas that make money.
  • These ideas are not overnight miracles, but proven long-term strategies.
  • These ideas focus on building up an online readership that trusts your advice.
  • Once readers trust you, they will trust your recommendations. You can then take advantage of this by recommending useful, quality affiliate products to them.
  • I learned this by reading and following the AffiloBlueprint course.

Paragraph: Idea 1 – Build a Blog that Makes You Money

  • Having your own blog is key to a stable online income.
  • Write regular, weekly articles teaching readers useful and actionable information in your blog’s niche (e.g. dog training, weight loss, muscle building etc).
  • By providing useful information, readers will trust you—and so will trust you when you recommend products (which you make money off).
  • Once readers trust you, they will trust your recommendations. You can then take advantage of this by recommending useful, quality affiliate products to them.
  • EXAMPLE: Enlightenment Gateway. Mark Ling made this site using the same techniques taught in AffiloBlueprint, and it makes thousands of dollars each year.

Paragraph: Idea 2 – Focus on Email Marketing, Not Banners

  • AffiloBlueprint teaches that email marketing makes more money than banner advertisements on websites.
  • People who do click on banners are cold traffic and don’t convert.
  • AffiloBlueprint teaches that instead of using banners, you should use opt-in forms to an email subscriber list.
  • EXAMPLE: Enlightenment Gateway does this and doesn’t use banners.
  • Give people an incentive to join (e.g. free ebook) then send out emails with helpful information and relevant product suggestions. Pre-warms traffic, increasing conversions.

Paragraph: Idea 3 – Bring in Traffic Organically with Google

  • Organic Google traffic is high quality and converts very well. Here are some tips for ranking better on search engines like Google.
  • Post regularly—Google loves websites with new, fresh content and ranks their posts/pages better.
  • Optimize your post for a keyword that is shown as having a good number of searches (100+) in Google Keyword Planner.
  • Place keyword once in title tag, once in description tag.
  • To learn more fantastic SEO tips, check out AffiloBlueprint.

Conclusion

  • Sum up points.
  • Recommend people read your review of AffiloBlueprint.

Article 2: ClickBank Affiliate Marketing Tutorial

Core keyword: ClickBank Affiliate Marketing
Secondary keyword: ClickBank Tutorial

Introduction

  • In this blog post, I will be giving you a tutorial on how to make money through affiliate marketing with ClickBank products.
  • ClickBank is an online marketplace for digital products. People sell their digital products through ClickBank.
  • You can sell other people’s products on ClickBank. If you send someone to a sales page connected to ClickBank, and that person buys an item, you get a commission on that sale—this is called affiliate marketing.
  • Making money from ClickBank affiliate marketing is easy, so keep reading my blog post and follow my advice.

Paragraph: Create a Useful Website Promoting ClickBank Products

  • Create a blog to promote your ClickBank product.
  • Fill your blog with articles that are useful and related to your product of choice. E.g., if you wanted to sell a self-help product, you would create a self-help blog.
  • EXAMPLE: Enlightenment Gateway, created by millionaire affiliate Mark Ling. It earns thousands of dollars each year and was created using AffiloBlueprint and AffiloTheme.
  • Create a review of your chosen ClickBank product and post it to your blog.
  • Try and funnel your visitors towards this review. E.g., internally backlink to the review, and pin it as the top post on your blog homepage.

Paragraph: Get Free Traffic by Ranking in Google with SEO

  • After you’ve created your website, you need to get visitors to it. SEO (Google) is a free source of traffic.
  • Use the Google Keyword Planner to choose a keyword with 100+ searches each month, and create blog posts designed around these keywords.
  • Creating backlinks to your articles will also help them rank high on Google.
  • A backlink is when another website links to your page. Google sees it as a signal that they think your website is good.
  • You can get free backlinks to your site from article directories such as EzineArticles.com.
  • ou can read about these strategies in more depth in the AffiloBlueprint course.

Paragraph: Sell ClickBank Products with Paid Traffic

  • Google will display its favorite results for free (organic listings). But you can bypass this and be displayed at the top of the results if you pay (Google AdWords).
  • Use the Google Keyword Planner to find keywords relevant to your chosen ClickBank product.
  • Create ads and buy ad space for those keywords in Google AdWords. Redirect this traffic to your product review on your blog.
  • Create ads and buy ad space for those keywords in Google AdWords. Redirect this traffic to your product review on your blog.
  • You cannot directly link users to the sales page with your affiliate link, so directing them to the review page on your website is a good idea for a landing page.

Conclusion

  • Sum up points.
  • Recommend people read your review of AffiloBlueprint.

AffiloJetpack Articles

Article 1: Creating an Email Swipe: How to Write an Email Newsletter

Core keyword: Email Swipe
Secondary keyword:Write an Email Newsletter

Introduction

  • In this blog post, I am going to teach you how to create an email swipe for your website’s email newsletter series.
  • These email swipes are designed to promote affiliate offers while being engaging for your subscribers.
  • Email marketing is how millionaire affiliate Mark Ling doubled his money. It is a vital skill to learn, but you need to do it right.
  • You need to provide value to readers while promoting high-quality products.
  • I am going to teach you how to write both a soft-sell and hard-sell email swipe, just like the ones you find in AffiloJetpack, created by Mark Ling.

Paragraph: Balancing Soft-Sell and Hard-Sell Email Swipes

  • Soft-sell emails are useful articles emailed directly to the reader.
  • They are usually 700–1,000 words long, filled with useful, interesting, actionable content.
  • These also contain a short recommendation for a related product.
  • Hard-sell emails are similar to short sales letters emailed directly to the reader, and are usually 300-600 words long.
  • For every 3–4 soft-sell emails, you should create 1–2 hard-sell emails. This is the perfect balance between providing useful information and making money.

Paragraph: How to Write a Soft-Sell Email

  • Start by briefly recommending a relevant product to your readers.
  • After this, write a 700- to 1,000-word article related to your niche.
  • Write content that is interesting. If you provide quality content, then users will trust your recommendations.
  • Use creative formatting such as bullet points and headings to split content into bite-sized chunks.
  • At the end, briefly recommend the relevant product again.
  • IDEA: Post a screenshot of one of the soft-sell emails included in AffiloJetpack.

Paragraph: How to Write a Hard-Sell Email

  • Start the email with a hook. A great hook is to empathize with a problem the reader is having.
  • After this, point to your chosen product as the solution to the problem.
  • Next, post a link to the chosen product, encouraging people to click.
  • Write 1–2 paragraphs describing how the product will solve the reader’s problems.
  • Write 4-6 bullet points highlighting the top features of the product.
  • Write another paragraph describing how the product will solve the reader’s problems.
  • Write a short call to action, then post a link to the product again before signing off.
  • IDEA: Post a screenshot of one of the hard-sell emails included in AffiloJetpack.

Conclusion

  • Sum up points.
  • Recommend people read your review of AffiloJetpack.

Article 2: Why Am I Not Making Money Online? How to Build Trust with Readers

Core keyword: Why Am I Not Making Money Online
Secondary keyword: Build Trust with Readers

Introduction

  • In this blog post, I am going to answer the questions on your mind: “Why am I not making money online” and “Why isn’t my website converting?”
  • Occasionally, someone will take action but make no money. This can be very confusing and disheartening.
  • The reason they are not making money or conversions is because they have fundamentally misunderstood how making money online works.
  • I am going to teach you what that misunderstanding is, and tell you what tools you should use to fix it.

Paragraph: You Need to Build a Relationship with your Readership

  • The biggest mistake wannabe Internet marketers make is that they do not build a relationship with their readership.
  • They mistakenly think that creating a niche blog with random blog posts related to the subject will make them money.
  • They put banners on the website, hoping visitors will click on them.
  • Even if people click on banners, the traffic won’t convert because the traffic is cold.
  • To make money, the website needs to build a relationship with the reader so they will trust your recommendations.

Paragraph: The Easiest Way to Build Trust with Readers is through Email Marketing

  • Millionaire affiliate Mark Ling taught me in AffiloJetpack that the way he doubled his income was by getting rid of banners and replacing them with opt-in forms.
  • Email marketing builds trust because people read their emails. When they receive regular, high-quality emails they like, they will grow to trust you.
  • Replace banners with email newsletter opt-in forms. Use opt-in freebies to encourage people to sign up.
  • EXAMPLE: In AffiloJetpack, Mark Ling provides you with a 49-page eBook—“How to Make Super Affiliate Commissions”—to give as opt-in bait for Internet marketing websites.
  • When readers get more than they expected, their trust will grow.

Paragraph: How to Write Emails that Build Trust

  • To build trust, readers need to feel like you care about them.
  • If you send too many hard-sell emails, readers will feel used. Hard-sell emails are written to promote a product—and do not provide high-quality content that they can use.
  • For every 1–2 hard-sell emails, send 3–4 soft-sell emails first. This builds a relationship.
  • Soft-sell emails are basically high-quality articles emailed directly to them, with a brief product recommendation put at the start and end.
  • PROOF/EXAMPLE: in AffiloJetpack, Mark Ling’s year-long email autoresponder sequences have 3–4 soft-sell emails for each 1–2 hard-sell emails he sends.
  • If readers receive quality emails before they are directly marketed too, then they will be less skeptical, as you have proved you know about the niche.

Conclusion

  • Sum up points.
  • Recommend they read a review you have written about AffiloJetpack, as AffiloJetpack is the fastest way to create money-magnet sites that build trust with readers.

Article 2: ClickBank Affiliate Marketing Tutorial

Core keyword: ClickBank Affiliate Marketing
Secondary keyword: ClickBank Tutorial

Introduction

  • In this blog post, I will be giving you a tutorial on how to make money through affiliate marketing with ClickBank products.
  • ClickBank is an online marketplace for digital products. People sell their digital products through ClickBank.
  • You can sell other people’s products on ClickBank. If you send someone to a sales page connected to ClickBank, and that person buys an item, you get a commission on that sale—this is called affiliate marketing.
  • Making money from ClickBank affiliate marketing is easy, so keep reading my blog post and follow my advice.

Paragraph: Create a Useful Website Promoting ClickBank Products

  • Create a blog to promote your ClickBank product.
  • Fill your blog with articles that are useful and related to your product of choice. E.g., if you wanted to sell a self-help product, you would create a self-help blog.
  • EXAMPLE: Enlightenment Gateway, created by millionaire affiliate Mark Ling. It earns thousands of dollars each year and was created using AffiloBlueprint and AffiloTheme.
  • Create a review of your chosen ClickBank product and post it to your blog.
  • Try and funnel your visitors towards this review. E.g., internally backlink to the review, and pin it as the top post on your blog homepage.

Paragraph: Sell ClickBank Products with Paid Traffic

  • After you’ve created your website, you need to get visitors to it. Google is a free source of traffic.
  • Use the Google Keyword Planner to choose a keyword with 100+ searches each month, and create blog posts designed around these keywords.
  • Creating backlinks to your articles will also help them rank high on Google.
  • A backlink is when another website links to your page. Google sees it as a signal that they think your website is good.
  • You can get free backlinks to your site from article directories such as EzineArticles.com.
  • ou can read about these strategies in more depth in the AffiloBlueprint course.

Paragraph: Idea 3 – Bring in Traffic Organically with Google

  • Google will display its favorite results for free (organic listings). But you can bypass this and be displayed at the top of the results if you pay (Google AdWords).
  • Use the Google Keyword Planner to find keywords relevant to your chosen ClickBank product.
  • Create ads and buy ad space for those keywords in Google AdWords. Redirect this traffic to your product review on your blog.
  • Create ads and buy ad space for those keywords in Google AdWords. Redirect this traffic to your product review on your blog.
  • You cannot directly link users to the sales page with your affiliate link, so directing them to the review page on your website is a good idea for a landing page.

Conclusion

  • Sum up points.
  • Recommend people read your review of AffiloBlueprint.

AffiloTools Articles

Article 1: Free High-PR Links: Tutorial for Building Backlinks

Core keyword: Free Find High PR Links
Secondary keyword: Tutorial for Building Backlinks

Introduction

  • In this blog post, I am going to give you a tutorial for building free, high-PR backlinks.
  • This tutorial will focus on building quality links, instead of lots of low-quality links.
  • The reason why is because 1 backlink from a PR1 website is worth more to Google than if you had 20 PR0 sites linking to you.
  • These links are FREE to build. This means you can save hundreds of dollars and do SEO yourself instead of paying someone else to do it for you.
  • Keep reading to find out how to build links the easy way.

Paragraph: Open the AffiloTools Link Finder

  • My tutorial is going to use the AffiloTools Link Finder.
  • The reason I use Link Finder is because it will save you days to weeks of having to look for these links manually.
  • You do have to pay a small fee to use AffiloTools, but all of the links you build are FREE and you will make your investment back—fast.
  • Costs just $1 to try for 7 days.
  • The Link Finder tool lets you search for specific types of links.
  • Blog comments and guest blogging are the easiest ways to build quality, free, high-PR links. I’ll teach you how to use the Link Finder tool to build these.

Paragraph: How to Build High-PR Blog Comment Links

  • On the Link Finder search box, untick all link types except for “commenting.”
  • In the search box, type in a word/phrase related to your website. E.g., a self-help website might search for “meditation.”
  • When links have finished loading, press “PA” twice to sort links from high to low PA (descending). Any page with a PA of 20+ should have a PR of 1+.
  • PA means page authority. It is a reliable metric created by the Moz team to determine if a page is authoritative in Google’s eyes or not. PA is updated regularly, whereas PR is only updated once every 3–12 months.
  • Open each link. If the page has less than 30 blog comments, read the blog post, then leave a relevant blog comment.

Paragraph: How to Find High-PR Blog Guest Posting Opportunities

  • On the Link Finder search box, untick all types except for “guest posts.”
  • In the search box, type in a word/phrase related to your website. E.g., a gardening website might search for “plant seeds.”
  • When links have finished loading, press “PA” twice to sort links from high to low DA (descending). Any page with a DA of 20+ should have a PR of 1+.
  • DA means “domain authority”—a reliable metric created by Moz to determine the authority of domains in Google’s eyes.
  • Click on each link. These websites accept guest posts. Email them, and make a proposal for writing an article on those websites.

Conclusion

  • Sum up points.
  • Recommend people read your review of AffiloTools.

Article 2: Competitor Analysis Tools: How to Steal Competitor Backlinks

Core keyword: Competitor Analysis Tools
Secondary keyword: Steal Competitor Backlinks

Introduction

  • In this blog post, I am going to teach you how to use competitor analysis tools to steal your competitors’ backlinks.
  • By uncovering your competitors’ backlinks, you can use them for yourself.
  • This is a great way to outrank a competitor on Google. Usually, they are ranked above you because they have better backlinks than you.
  • If you can uncover their best links, take them for yourself and add your own links; then you will beat them on Google and other search engines.
  • My method uses my favorite competitor analysis tool: AffiloTools.

Paragraph: How to Find AffiloTools to Uncover Competitor Backlinks

  • Open AffiloTools. From the project dashboard, click “Backlink Analysis.” In the top right-hand corner, it will be on the overview tab. Click “Backlinks.”
  • Once finished, you will be able to see the URL, Page Authority, PageRank, Alexa Rank and anchor text, as well as whether it is dofollow or nofollow for each link.
  • Below this, click the button “Save As” and save as a PDF.
  • You have now completed your competitor analysis—now you need to get the links for yourself.

Paragraph: How to Choose the Right Links to Steal

  • While you will want some of these links, you won’t want all of them.
  • Low-quality links will do next to nothing for your rankings. It would be better to spend your time building new, high-quality links using the AffiloTools Link Finder.
  • Look for backlinks on pages that have a Page Authority of 20+. Write these down.
  • You should also look for pages that have a PR of 1+. Write these down.
  • Page Authority is more important than PR, because PR only gets updated every 3–12 months but PA is updated regularly.

Paragraph: How to Steal Your Competitors’ Backlinks

  • Visit the URL for each backlink that you want out of those you’ve identified.
  • If it is a blog comment link, then leave a blog comment too.
  • If it is a forum post link, then create an account and leave a post with your link in it.
  • If it is a directory link, then submit your link too.
  • If it is an article directory link, then create your own article and submit it.
  • If it is a guest post link, then submit your own guest post.
  • Essentially, replicate what the competitor did and get a backlink of your own.

Conclusion

  • Sum up points.
  • Recommend they read a review you have written about AffiloTools.