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Do You Want To Learn How To Earn An Extra $5k A Month? Do you want to be financially free? Do you want to know the advanced strategies to making six figures a year from a computer? Are you working your 9-5 job? When you read Affiliate Marketing: The Online Marketing Blueprint for Internet Marketing, your marketing skills will vastly improve each day! You will discover everything you need to know about affiliate marketing! This book breaks training down into easy-to-understand modules. It starts from the very beginning of affiliate marketing, so you can get great results - even as a beginner!
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful.
A Confusing Overview of Affiliate Marketing
By Craig Rutkowske
This book starts with a history of affiliate marketing. The first two chapters have sections in them that look almost directly copied from the Affiliate Marketing Wikipedia Page. You could learn the bulk of these two chapters from simply reading the Wikipedia page for free.
The book then proceeds into the details of affiliate marketing. There are several parties involved, but the two primary ones I care about are the ‘Affiliate Marketing Network’ and the potential/current ‘Affiliate Marketer,' me. While the book describes both of these, it often does so in tandem without any headers to break the descriptions apart. This makes it very difficult to decipher which group you’re reading about at any one time and the author seems to switch back and forth between them in the same paragraphs intensifying the problem.
There are also numerous changes in voice/tone in the book. The final chapter seems like it was written in a foreign language and then translated by someone into English. Or potentially it was written by someone that simply doesn’t speak English. Phrases like ‘You are hitting two winged creatures with a similar stone' and re-using the phrase ‘breaking into this business’ twice in 3 sentences come off as poorly edited and really odd. There are also several typos in the latter chapters of the book that a simple spell check should have picked up.
I would avoid this book unless you are looking to start an Affiliate Marketing Program that other people will sign up to participate in.
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful.
Making Money with Affiliate Marketing
By O. Barnack
Folks with Internet and marketing savvy will probably find this book informative and useful. It’s about a relatively new way to make money, through Affiliate Marketing, if one has the motivation and proper skill set. Affiliate Marketing is Internet-based pay for performance advertising where the purchaser pays only when advertising effects are measurable. The work is done under contract by marketing affiliates who get paid when their advertising works. Affiliate Marketing can be thought of in terms of four elements: merchant, a network, affiliates, and customers. An early example of such marketing was an Amazon program which allowed associates to put links on books which when clicked and purchased paid a commission to the affiliates. This book describes Affiliate Marketing in detail, and contains chapters on how to start an Affiliate Marketing business, tips on how to earn money as an affiliate, compensation methods, mistakes to avoid, and advantages and the disadvantages of Affiliate Marketing.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
this is a great choice. I read it a year after starting ...
By Raymond Fort
If you only read one book before taking the leap into digital marketing entrepreneurship, this is a great choice. I read it a year after starting my company, so I'm speaking from experience when I say a lot of the difficult lessons I learned on my own are clearly explained in this book. Better still, I feel prepared and positive about future growth thanks to the book's illuminating strategies a perfect blend of practical, actionable advice and smart business and marketing philosophy.
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