Learn at home, then earn at home!
How much money can you realistically make?
You’ve probably seen claims from Internet marketers bragging about their obscenely monstrous income. Maybe they’re telling the truth, maybe not. Me? I’m not going to pretend I’ve made millions. I’m still working on that. But giving Donald Trump a run for his money is not my goal. Would it be nice? (The money, I mean, not the hair. Definitely not the hair.) Sure, but I don’t need to be rich. I just want to pay my bills in an uncertain economy, build my savings, and have a little left over for fun. If you take creating your online home business seriously, treat it like a job, and work hard, you will be able to do that and much more.
Too many factors come into play here to give any concrete numbers. The marketers who want a quick and easy buckwell, that's about what they make per day. In fact, I'll tell you right now that a good 95% or more of those who try affiliate marketing will not make a thing (or very, very little). Why? Because it doesn't work? No. Because they don't work.
But you're different, I can tell. :) If you work hard at it, you could make $100 a day. If you treat it like a "real" business and don't give up, you could make $1,000 a day and more.
It is very lucrative if done right. (And there is more than one right way to do this.) The sky is the limit.
My approach to teaching affiliate marketing
When I started to learn affiliate marketing, I immediately realized there was a whole lot more to it than I had expected. My next thought was: If it’s overwhelming to me, someone who has been building web sites for a dozen years, how on earth are affiliate marketing newbies supposed to sort through and absorb all the information out there and determine which way to go, who to believe, where to even begin?
I’ve been watching newbies on various web forums. Most are just diving in without the slightest clue what to do. Many don’t even have basic computer skills, so they really flounder when it comes to the intricate world of marketing on the Internet.
So I started looking at the various courses and teaching programs out there.
Most Internet marketing training assumes the student already knows how to create a web site or understands things like FTP, SEO, SERPs, backlinks, etc. They therefore fail to provide guidance for every step of the process.
So I determined that once I had found success with my methods, I would write a detailed explanation of what I learned and the steps I took, down to the littlest nuts and bolts, so that other newbies wouldn’t have to experience the months of confusion and lack of progress. It turned into a full 8-week course that I have taught here in Michigan to several groups of eager students, and now, this eCourse.
Sometimes, you just need someone to help you navigate unfamiliar territory. Nothing wrong with that. That’s why I’m here.
The purpose of this Internet marketing “school in a book” is not to be a comprehensive explanation of all ways to make money at home online. That’s information overload and a sure recipe for failure. We are also not going to get into more advanced methods and affiliate marketing techniques. A future course will have to address those.
If you work hard and don’t give up too soon, you will be successful. Don’t get distracted. Do one thing and do it well. Then if you want to expand your skill set, the foundation of knowledge you have built will give you a huge headstart on your next endeavor.
What if you don’t think you can learn this?
Then you are exactly who will benefit most from this course. Taken as a whole, learning affiliate marketing can be daunting. But my lesson plan will help you learn all the necessary concepts little by little, step by step, at your pace. Broken down, it's actually not that complicated. You don't have to have a technical mind to do this. It's not rocket surgery, after all ;)
Well, that’s enough about me. Let’s talk about you. What do you think of me?
Ah, I love that joke. Sorry, I just had to work it in.
How much do you have to know to take this course?
The only thing this course assumes is that you already have the most basic computer skills. That means navigating the Internet; using e-mail; opening, saving, and closing files; organizing files and folders; and copying and pasting text. Of course, if you aren’t comfortable using a computer, it’s not likely you would be looking into this field in the first place. But if you do need assistance in any of those areas, I would recommend having a friend or colleague help you out. Beyond that, everything will be explained and demonstrated in detail, so don’t worry about having to know anything more than the basics above.
You get all the same valuable information that I teach to my local students, but in electronic format for your convenience, instantly delivered. In fact, you get more, because in a classroom setting, sometimes it's difficult to cover all the intended material due to time constraints and the varying pace of individual students. But in this eCourse, it’s just you and me. And I mean that, because I am available by e-mail and our student forum anytime you have a question or problem.
Buy with confidence because this is the real deal. It comes with a 100% money-back guarantee. If after completing the lessons in this course, you are unable to make money, I will refund every last cent. These methods work, if you work.
100% satisfaction money-back guarantee
Will this cost more money down the road?
One of the great things about affiliate marketing is that the start-up costs of an Internet business are ridiculously low in comparison to the initial costs of “real” businesses. The only other expenses you'll have is $7 or $8 for a domain name (per year) and after your year of free hosting is up, it will cost between $5 and $12 a month to renew, depending on the plan that you need at the time.
As your revenue increases and you can afford it, you may want to branch out and spend more on programs or advertising, but you truly can get startedand continue indefinitelyon a shoestring. So, no, it won't cost you another penny if you don't want it to (other than the domain and hosting, as mentioned above) and yet the revenue will continue to come in.
Of course, price is an important consideration in this economy. Fortunately, on the Internet, information can be conveyed much more easily and inexpensively than in the old days (you know, the ‘80s) when we used to have to tie stuff to the legs of pigeons and hope for good flying weather. So when you purchase this course, you won't be paying for overhead costs of paper, printing, etc.
How many “real-world” businesses can be started for just over $100? I will venture to say that if you’re a reasonable person who’s serious about your goal to make money on the net, you realize that this is a steal.
All my best,
P.S. No pigeons were harmed in the creation of this course.
Remember, with affiliate marketing you can:
Work from home or anywhere you can access the Internet
Things you could do without for a while to raise the $97:
Ninety-seven dollars is roughly 2 dinners out for a family of 4. It’s a cut and color at the salon. It’s 2 or 3 cartons of cigarettes.
Things you could sell:
Sell that awful bridesmaid dress on eBay. (You never want to see pink satin again anyway, right?)
Sell a couple of your husband’s golf clubs. He won’t notice.
If you’re the husband, sell some of your wife’s shoes. Hopefully, she won’t…on second thought, better not. Internet marketing is kind of tricky when you’re wearing a cast.
Yes, this is tongue in cheek, but it might spark some ideas for you. Just don’t sell the kids. Yet. Wait till the recession is over, at least.
And don't forget the money-back guarantee: If after completing the lessons in this course, you are unable to make money, I will give you a 100% refund.