How to NOT screw up Affiliate Marketing

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Let me paint a picture...
You’ve decided to become an online entrepreneur, and make money through affiliate marketing.
You chose affiliate marketing because you heard it’s pretty easy to get started: you don’t need to build your own product (you just promote everyone else’s), the money can be fantastic, and it’s much easier to build a passive income than most other ways of making money online.
Imagine waking up in the morning and logging into your affiliate account to check how much money you’ve made overnight.
“Hmm… only $150 last night… it was a bit of a slow one…”
You lounge around in bed with your laptop, drinking a coffee and reading the news sites, before padding across the hall into your office around 10am to start “work”.
“Work” involves adding some new content to your website, or sending an email to all the people subscribed to your newsletter. Or you might be chatting back and forth with the guy who is creating content for your new project. Or approving a graphic created by your designer in the Philippines.
It’s not hard, but then, you don’t really need to do much. Your site basically sits there, making money on autopilot.
You stop work at around 2pm so you can meet a friend for coffee. He’s complaining about his job — he’s overworked, his colleagues aren’t pulling their weight, and his boss is an egomaniacal jerk who doesn’t know his ass from his elbow.
You feel pretty glad that you don’t have to deal with that anymore.
He goes back to work and you spend the rest of the day seeing friends and family.
You check your earnings again just before you go to bed, and see that you’ve made another $300 today. Not too bad for a day’s “work”. In fact, you think you might take tomorrow off…
This is what my average day looks like. I’m not one of those high-profile “look at me!” affiliates, flaunting my cars and mansions. (I drive a 10-year-old hatchback and I rent my apartment.)
But I run three reasonably small affiliate sites, and from those I earn more than a full-time income.
The best part about it is that I don’t really need to do anything to my websites.
My only ongoing costs are my monthly hosting charges, and the fees for sending out my newsletter. It’s less than a hundred bucks a month.
I don’t pay for advertising.
I don’t have to keep adding new content to my websites.
They just work.
And I’m going to show you how to make an autopilot affiliate site, just like mine.
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