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Product Type: How to become an Amazon seller
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Why I Choose The Proven Amazon Course

If you read my previous posts, you’ll know I was interested in buying the Amazing Selling Machine a couple of years ago. In case you don’t know what that is/was, it’s a course that shows you how to make a business out of selling products on Amazon. This isn’t about building Amazon affiliate websites, but actually selling physical items through Amazon.

The course …

Did you know: Google has just launched a new online marketplace?

It’s called Google Helpouts and Internet Marketing Legend Joel Comm has just released one comprehensive step-by-step video course on how to use this new service to generate leads, make sales, earn affiliate revenue and more.

Joel Comm was one of those Adsense pioneers back when AdSense was this brand new “thing” in 2004 that not many people knew about. Back in its hayday people like him were raking it in with AdSense (I think over $1 Million a year…). Comm is also the author of The Adsense Code which educated webmasters on how to best integrate Adsense into their sites to …

It’s now been 6 weeks since Andrew Hansen launched his Forever Affiliate affiliate marketing blueprint, so I thought it was time to provide a progress report on how I’ve been doing with it.


Andrew Hansen’s Forever Affiliate Course Members Area

Getting Started

The first couple of weeks I spent just going through the course materials, familiarizing myself with Hansen’s approach to product research, site structure and layout, competition analysis and promotional techniques. There are quite a few videos in the course (about 60) so it takes time to go through them.

If you’ve been reading my recent posts you’ll know that I was humming and hawing about whether to sign up …

If you’re interested in making money online then at one stage or another you’ve joined an affiliate network or ten.

We tend to assume that that these institutions are above-board and act in a fair and reasonable fashion. But that’s not always the case.

Some are certainly above-board and honest in their dealings. Others, however, use umm…questionable…tactics in dealing with affiliates. Let’s look at some examples…

1. Clickbank

These guys are pretty honest as networks go. However, there are some “hidden” charges that you may no be aware of. We all know they take a percentage cut of any transaction (about 5%) that cuts into commissions. That’s expected. But they do impose …

NicheReaper

A few of my readers have been in touch because they’ve heard about NicheReaper opening its doors again briefly, and I’d promised to keep people posted about this!

It’s true, for the first time in four months, NicheReaper has opened its doors to new members. Even with a database of 2.6 million researched and evaluated keywords, and 20,000 new keywords being added every day, and almost 200,000 researched niches, membership is still limited to 1000 people – the 200 open slots will be snapped up fast!

Grab Your NicheReaper Spot Now!


Not heard of NicheReaper?

Identifying the right niche for which to build and promote a website is the foundation …