Over the years I've indulged myself in reverse engineering different successful people's businesses.
Eben Pagan (A.K.A. David De Angelo), the multimillionaire owner of DoubleYourDating.com (and 9 other niche websites) is one guy that I've followed extra closely.
I've even gone to the lengths of buying several of his niche products to figure out his marketing sequences, product quality, where his upsells are, and so forth.
Here are some photos that illustrates the lengths that I go...
The following guest blog post is from Alen Sultanic:
Hi Affilorama blog readers,
Let ME ask YOU a simple question....
“What if you could create a quick 5 minute video that could potentially change everything you know about making money as an affiliate?”
Take a moment, and think about that...and if your reply is, “Sure Alen, let’s hear it”...then here it is.
You see, I’ve done pretty well with what are now known as “sales videos."
What I’ve learned is pretty amazing, and I’ll share that with you...
Here is the latest video that has been posted to YouTube. If you want to receive all of our future Ask Mark and any other videos that we post, you should subscribe to the Affilorama YouTube Channel.
This weeks question from Nanette: How to Compete with Free Information Websites?
Mark recorded a quick video explaining his thoughts on how to compete with free information websites when promoting paid products or...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...
"Hello and welcome to
Best Buy, would you like to see our selection of pineapples?"
Would you ever expect to walk into an electronics store only to have them offer you a great deal on fruit?
How about going to the local gas station to find them offering you the best designer fashion? (Exxon Versace?) Sounds absurd right? Of course it does! But it's no less absurd if you do it online!
I am officially sick to death of irrelevant advertisements on websites. If I go to a site that is...