Promoting Affilorama - Is It Still Worth It?Hello,
I think I've straightened it out and I'm kinda liking the idea of a review site. There are a lot of products, so why not review them and help people make the best decision?
This afternoon I decided that reviewing affiliate sites would be a good idea - until I figured out what "Reviewica" exactly was. I feel like it's already been done! I really like the Affilorama program, because I will earn commission not once, but as long as the member stays with Affilorama. And, I feel very safe because my affiliate is helping me help him.
For months I've been figuring this "affliate" thing out, and finally I decided to sign up to Affilorama, rather than buying an e-book, since I dislike the "here's how it needs to be done and that's it" approach. How can I still make a review site of the "money making" programs, without interfering spider's business? I feel like his competition is too much for me. Or should I refrain from these products and find something else?
I've noticed Reviewica is even bigger than that; it has LOTS more reviews from many more categories. I can't tell you how jealous I really am. Spider's done the work; exactly how I imagened it should be - I think I'll go to my room and get depressed.
Thanks for your replies,
Rudolf wrote:... it is still a shame spider is stopping his work. He's done such a great job and his Reviewica looks pretty much perfect. He's got it all figured out, and perfectionized. A shame of all the effort I must say, especially since he came up in google on eighth position for the search term "Affilorama".
Rudolf wrote:Hmm, well, I read spiders Blog saying he stopped a project of his that made him 250-500 a day. Or isn't that his blog?