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Affiliate Classroom Magazine (Zero Cost) for Internet Marketers

Updated on August 9, 2016
Affiliate Classroom Magazine
Affiliate Classroom Magazine

If you've got your own business, whether that's online or offline, you'll need to have your finger on the pulse of your market. What's hot, what works, what you need to know .. it can be a never-ending job just keeping on top of things if you let it be!

If your business is offline, or if you're just starting out or thinking about an online business, then maybe the whole subject of Internet marketing and online marketing is a complete mystery to you. You know you need to understand it, in order to optimise your income from your venture, but the problem is where to start, what to read, what to believe and do.

Note: These magazines are no longer being published, you might be able to find copies for sale on ebay; they're well worth a read.

Affiliate Classroom Magazine can help you get to grips with this huge and fascinating part of running your own business.

Presented in a glossy magazine style, it enables me to learn new things, think through new ideas and skim through quickly to pick out the bits I am interested in.

Update: Affiliate Classroom Magazine is now only available if you can get your hands on past copies - they're worth a read! Affiliate Classroom Magazine is no longer published, but the information contained in it is still valid.

Feature August 2009: Affiliate Business Models

The August 2009 edition explores Affiliate Marketing Business Models. Using a team of affiliates to promote your products is an easy way to get quick and worldwide exposure for your product or service, but how many affiliate marketing business models are there? What's involved in setting them up? Which will take the least ongoing time/cost/effort for you to run effectively?

Essentially, how do you pick the best Affiliate Marketing Business Model for your business?

From an affiliate's perspective, what affiliate business models are out there - and which one would best suit the individual affiliates needs? If you are are an affiliate marketer, it's essential you make sure you're promoting companies who are offering you the best deal, the best model. Find out how to earn the most money from your efforts by working with the companies that value their affiliates more.

Make an informed decision quickly and find the model that will help you succeed and make more money for you.

Add Value

Adding value for your customers affects every decision you make as an affiliate. Discover how your choice of business models can impact on how you do business, both in terms of money and time. Get help with picking the most time efficient method that will give you the greatest return on your cash.


Evelyn Grazini compares and discusses the three most common business models. Her feature, “A Comparison of Affiliate Business Models” outlines what each model requires, before proceeding to give you some number crunching for each model.

Web 2.0

Mark Thompson explores “The Web 2.0 Business Model Revisited.” He digs deep into the future evolutionary prospects to help you understand how it can evolve over time.


As if that weren't enough, they've fitted in an essential Twitter read, showing you why how Twitter has become an important channel for your affiliate marketing efforts, and explaining how you can make the best use of it.


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    • earner profile imageAUTHOR

      Dedicated Content Curator 

      9 years ago from United Kingdom

      This free affiliate magazine is brilliant. I read through them all the time to pick up new ideas. This magazine's enabled me to increase my income by a further 25% without too much effort, just by using one or two tiny ideas.

    • earner profile imageAUTHOR

      Dedicated Content Curator 

      9 years ago from United Kingdom

      It's my favourite affiliate magazine, I've been reading it for well over a year now and there's something for affiliates inside every edition, it's enabled me to read up on subjects/titles that have made me nervous before.

      I hope you enjoy it - and can learn something from it that will help you with your affiliate income, or understanding how online marketing works if you are looking into it.

    • Hello, hello, profile image

      Hello, hello, 

      9 years ago from London, UK

      Thank you for bringing it to our attention. I never knew or heard of it. Thanks again.


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