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Looking for affiliate marketing coach

ndrawc
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Looking for affiliate marketing coach

Hi, I'm using wordpress and am in the process of developing an authoritative affiliate site. I'm looking for a coach with experience and knowledge in the use of wordpress, html code and SEO. I need some marketing advice as well. I need someone who is willing to offer their services for less than $100 per hour. I will likely need at least 3 hours of training. I am willing to negotiate the price in terms of the amount of time I need (ie I will pay more if I need you for less hours and I hope to get a bit of a discount if I need you for several more hours).

Please send me a private message if interested.

thanks
Nicole
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wollowra
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Hi Nicole,
Welcome to Affilorama.
This is just an idea but why not outsource?
For $300 you can get a really nice site up and running and they can show you a few things along the way as well.
If however you want to get a coach to help you learn the ins and outs of wordpress and a little coding etc. and site building to become more tuned in to what is going on..then I can understand that. :)

Regards
Troy
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ndrawc
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Thanks Troy but I would like training so I can do this all myself in the future :)

Nicole
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maryt
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Nicole,

Learning a bit of online marketing and programming is important, especially if you are going to make a lot of websites in the future. While a lot will just hire someone to d the jobo, I also prefer to learn how to do it myself. If you want to save on fees in hiring an affiliate marketing coach, you may post the job offer to several freelancing sites like Elance, Odesk, Get A Freelancer, and Guru.

I also find LinkedIn to be very helpful in terms of outsourcing.

Hope that helps!

Mary
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toprecruit
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Hi ndrawc,

You might want to check out this website : http://rachaelmcnaught.com

She is a freelance writer and also helps to design sites and offers training to do all this by yourself for 25$/hour. She is very kind, I highly recommend her. :) You may want to email her and ask if she offers exactly the service you require cause I am not a 100% sure she does everything you have mentioned in your post.

Cheers
Sebastian
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ndrawc
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Thanks Sebastian and Mary, that is very helpful info!

take care
Nik
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maryt
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No problem Nik! Have a great day. :)
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cecille.l
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Hi Nicole,

You've gotten some pretty good suggestions there. I edited your post and took out your email address. Not to say that our site is not secure but spambots crawl every nook and cranny of the internet these days looking for email addresses. It's much safer for other members to message you through the private messaging system we have. You can then respond to them and give them your personal email address.

As for your inquiry, you've gotten some pretty good responses. Having someone train you will certainly fast track you to getting started and building your own site. You might also want to check out the newest version of Affiloblueprint when it comes out. No set date yet unfortunately as we are still working on it. It's a step by step course that will show you how to to build a website from the ground up. You can wait up for that and then decide whether to invest on the course or get one one one training.

Nothing wrong with getting personal coaching. It is just that is tends to be expensive and you have to add on to that the miscellaneous costs of putting up a website (hosting, domain, etc.).

Hope that helps. Have a good day!
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dario3025
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has anyone done a business plan for affiliates wanting to make this into an ongoing full blown business.
Love to here from anyone to give me an idea or 2 to add into my draft plan.
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jacobgolan
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Money would be better invested if you outsourced the coaching yourself and learn from someone at
Odesk and hire someone to do that for you and then just promote the product yourself. I think a lot of people these days are outsourcing their work overseas and focus on other areas that are more important.

Jacob
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