Monthly Archives: August 2013

Affilorama/Affiloblueprint 2013 Birthday Special

As internet marketers, the start of back-to-school through the end of the year tend to be the most profitable for us due to the facts that so many products come out and because people start shopping early for the holidays to save time and money, so if you’re interested in learning how to generate genuine, residual, long-term wealth via affiliate marketing, I’ve got just the thing for you.  This way, you can jump in on the fun rather than just sitting on the sidelines as another profitable holiday season goes by.

Today, I would like to introduce you to a product called Affiloblueprint by someone I consider a mentor of mine (never actually met him in real life) and someone whom I contribute a great deal of my online success to, Mark Ling, founder of Affilorama (company for all his online stuff).  I first heard about Mark some years ago via a popular internet marketing forum, where tons of people seemed to be raving about him and the quality of stuff he put out — a rarity even to this day.  After doing a bit of research, I was shocked to find that he’s a real person.  Everybody was also saying how he’s such a good teacher, too.

After going back and fourth, I decided to get his Affiloblueprint course.  Once I got in, I was taken aback at the fact it was so nice and neat and seemed legit.  There were videos and stuff (before everybody else started doing it, has been updated for 2013) — a big plus for me as I’m a video freak.  Aside from the actual content, I found that I loved the way the course was set up (a lot like a classroom setting) and the fact that he knew what he was doing as he set up a site outside of the IM niche from start to finish within the course — learned and ton and have made lots of money because of him.

If Affiloblueprint sounds like something you’d be interested in, you’ll be happy to know that Mark has a 3-day Affiloblueprint, birthday special going on (from August 30th, 7 p.m., ET to Sept. 2nd, 7 p.m., ET) As part of this celebration, you get full access to the Affiloblueprint course (will put link to review down below, so you can read all about it – don’t forget to bookmark for later) as well as 6 months access to what Mark calls Affilo tools, a suite of really cool tools to help marketers improve their rankings (i.e. track your pages and rankings for specific keywords and lots more) — at more than half of the regular price!

Learn More About Affiloblueprint Here

2 Common Ways to Make Money Online by Writing

Today, I want to talk to you about a topic that I have seen that keeps popping up: ways to make money online writing.  In reading, one of the things that I’ve noticed about people that seem to want to make money writing is that not only do they have a passion for it, but they also don’t really care about the hassle of getting ranked in the search engines and all that stuff, so blogging will not be one such option listed here.

1. Ghostwriting.  Lots of writers I know are really into ghostwriting, where they do some research and write content for other marketers.  This is a long-term business model that will never go away because marketers are always needing high-quality content for blogs, autoresponders, sales copy for product creation, e-books to sell as an actual product and more.  It’s endless.  This is also one of the fastest ways to make money and get paid because you get paid via Paypal.  As a ghostwriter, you can also run specials.  Click the link below to learn more to learn more about this model and my recommendation.

Learn to Become a Ghostwriter

2. PLR Store.  PLR stands for Private Label Rights and is content that can be purchased, modified, and used as your own.  This kind of content is sold in packs and can consist of everything thing from article, blog posts, and lots more.  What makes PLR different from ghostwriting is that it is content that is sold to multiple buyers, based on the type of content that they are looking for in the search engines.  For marketers, it’s a cheaper alternative hiring a ghostwriter.  I think of it as kind of a cross between being a ghostwriter and blogging.

Once you put up the content, you will content to generate residual income from it.  Better still is the fact that you get paid via Paypal, and because of the nature of this content, you don’t have to worry about refunds.  Since the product can’t be sent back, most PLR providers don’t have a refund policy.  In addition, you can take requests (via an opt-in form) and run specials — just like you can with ghostwriting.  Click the link below to learn more about this model and a review of my recommendation.

Learn to Open Your Own PLR Store

Yours in online success…