First off to many of those who looked at my last hub on The Innercircle I must apologize. The program just wasnt top notch and I ended up going against my own rules. I started to promote something that just wasnt right.
I have since deleted the hub and once again I apologize.
Anyways the last year has brought so much crap into my life.
Loss of my best friend, my chocolate lab
3 uncles and one auntie died
father had a heart attack, died in front of me and was brought back
3 month later father died
ebay cancelling my account that we were making about 7 grand a month with.
So to all marketers out there and I mean the true people, I dont mean spammers. I really mean the good people who are not scared to put their name beside something I am looking for something new and something great to promote.
I know many will say Clickbank, commission junction and so forth. Thats all great but just really sick of sorting through all the garbage to find that one jewel.
I do have 2 that I am looking at seriously and if anyone wants to take a look just to see what they think (not trying to sell) you can send me an email.
Lastly, and I cant stress this enough one more time.
If anyone here that is reputable and you all know who you are has something they really believe in please tell me about it.
If you just want to give a name you can put it here, however if its a link feel free to send it to my email.
I know some of you are saying boy he is opening himself up to spam. I think I made it quite clear and people know if they are spamming or not.
I am willing to pay for the right thing, but believe me it has to be the right thing.
So once again I apologize for my latest efforts
I look forward to hearing from the great hubbers
The only thing I am trying to sell is the idea of greener living for all of us. I do monetize and market my hubs but they are based solely on information that is valuable and relevant to everyone. Please take a look and let me know what you think
Losing 7 grand a month. That's a helluva hit. I've lost $45,000 in the last year. But that's child's play compared to the 7Gs/month. You are to be congratulated for being so stoic.
Im not trying to sell anyone anything here. Surely there are some marketers here with some good ideas.
I have had very good success with plimus products. The web address is http://home.plimus.com/ecommerce/. (Not an affiliate link)
You can search through their offerings and you will find some jewels in there. I wrote hubs surrounding a few I have found and I am astounded at the conversions that the sales pages are generating.
Plimus is very reputable. They pay on time every time and the charges are quite minimal. What I like about this program is you can get in the 75% return marks for sales generated.
You may like to have a look at this site.
My first sale from a Plimus product resulted from five articles I wrote and submitted to the usual suspects. Its choosing that right product that is the trick, but there are some real jems in there.
Dale, when it comes to IM consider me a Newbie and you can find me on warriorforum,fi you need any hellp. I suggest asking for help/advice over there. That place helped me in many ways. You'll get some tips there related to hubpages/squidoo as well.
This may look as promotion for WarriorForum, but i'm just member over there and i think IM topics/help can be discussed in much better way on that forum.
Dale - I really like linkshare. There are some great products to choose from, mostly from highly trusted, big name retailers. I'm sure you could find something that piques your interest.
Terry - thanks for the plimus link I will have a look around there.
As a quick also. I use ppc with Google to promote some of the products. Some are not even being promoted on ppc but are heavily with article marketing etc. That leaves the right hand side of the search page empty with no ppc marketers.
I have got in on a few good ppc campaigns at between 3 and 6 cents a click. I have found so far the averages are around 6 sales for every 200 clicks. My content network clicks are as low as 3c so as I said, there are some real jems in there.
As far as Affiliate Marketing is concerned, if the person promoting the product cannot show me the money, I am not interested in it. They have to be able to show me how much they made (document it), when they made it, and how long it took for them to make it. Otherwise, I am NOT interested!
Sorry to hear of personal struggles and challenges. Keep fighting. Learn the lessons and enjoy the journey.
If it's any comfort I'm still trying to get my feet on the first rung on ladder of IM. But I feel just like you do; too much info to wade through to get to the good stuff.
So I'll be following this thread with interest.
That's one hell of a year for you Dale... Well, it's always the darkest before a sunrise, right?
I have one product that I need to put in commercial form, and to build a site around. I will give you a buzz when I am ready, if you still are interested at that time.
Sorry to hear about your difficulties Dale, and even sorrier that I can't help
Have you checked out Warrior Forum. I'm spending a lot of time over there just reading and stuff. Talk about info overload.
lol, careful Glendon, Warrior Forum is mostly a place for marketers to prey on newbies with recycled worthless crap and newbies to teach other newbies about what they thought they read in said crap.
Talk about misINFOrmation Overload
But there are small amounts of good info everywhere including warrior forums.
If anything falls in my lap ill let you know, but its such a BIG question..anyway of whittling it down..it seems maybe you are more interested in info or IM products?
blog content wizard
are all legitimate respected products
"video boss" seems to be getting pushed by every list I am unfortunate to be on...since its a newer product if its any good it might be worth researching
I dont really get involved with IM / info products but I have tried those above since they were rec by worthwhile sources and the price was right at the time, there is a retailer at a respected network for every product and niche imaginable..so its hard to send any worthwhile suggestions w/o a little more background into what you desire
What about "Wealthy Affiliate University"? have you tried them? I have heard that they teach you about how to pick good affiliate products to promote.
Hi Research Analyst,
If you need good affiliate products to promote, Click Bank is probably the most popular place to go. Just go to clickbank.com. Personally in the past I made a little over $300 bucks from them.
If you are looking for better products to promote Just stop by my site at
feel free to contact me at email@example.com if you have any more questions.
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