Content Management For Affiliate Marketers

An overview of content management for affiliate marketers.

Introduction to Content Management for Affiliate Marketers

Affiliate marketing - illustration inside laptop imageThis article series provides an overview of content management for affiliate marketers.

The content is aimed at WordPress users and expands on the topics covered in this lesson: Affiliate Marketing Content

To learn how to use a WordPress website effectively, refer to the tutorials in the WordPress Training Manual.

Understanding the Importance of Content Management

As with any kind of digital-related activity, organizing and managing content effectively is crucial for affiliate marketing success.

This chapter delves into the significance of content management specifically tailored for affiliate marketers, with a focus on WordPress, the world’s most popular content management system.

Content management plays a pivotal role in the affiliate marketing industry. It encompasses creating, organizing, and optimizing content to engage target audiences and drive conversions.

Effective content management ensures that your website is populated with high-quality, relevant, and engaging content that resonates with your niche audience.

For affiliate marketers, content management is a multifaceted task that involves keyword research, content creation, scheduling, optimization, and performance tracking.

A well-managed content strategy not only helps in attracting and retaining visitors but also builds credibility and trust, leading to higher conversion rates.

WordPress, with its user-friendly interface and extensive plugin library, has emerged as the go-to content management system for affiliate marketers. It offers a wide range of features and functionalities that make content creation and management a breeze.

From intuitive editing tools to search engine optimization plugins, WordPress provides the necessary framework to create and optimize compelling content.

This section explores various aspects of content management specifically tailored for affiliate marketers using WordPress. It covers essential topics such as keyword research techniques, content creation strategies, plugin selection, and performance tracking tools.

Additionally, it provides insights into effective content organization, editorial calendars, and content distribution channels.

By understanding the importance of content management and leveraging the power of WordPress, you can effectively streamline your content creation and management process as an affiliate marketer.

This will not only save time but also enhance productivity and ultimately boosts your affiliate marketing results.

Additionally, by implementing best practices and utilizing the right tools, you will enhance your content management process, attract more visitors, drive higher conversions, and boost sales and affiliate commissions.

Benefits of Effective Content Management for Affiliate Marketers

As an affiliate marketer, your primary goal is to drive traffic to your website and convert that traffic into clicks of your affiliate links to generate sales.

To achieve this, you need to create and manage compelling content that engages your audience and drives them to take action. This is where effective content management comes into play, and in this section, we will explore the benefits it can bring to affiliate marketers.

One of the primary benefits of effective content management is improved organization. With the vast amount of content that affiliate marketers need to create and manage, having a system in place to organize and categorize your content is essential.

By utilizing a content management system like WordPress, you can easily organize your content into categories, tags, and custom taxonomies. This not only makes it easier for you to find and update your content but also enhances the user experience for your audience, allowing them to navigate your website more effortlessly.

Another significant benefit of effective content management is increased productivity. Affiliate marketers often have multiple websites and campaigns to manage simultaneously.

By utilizing a content management system, you can streamline your content creation process, allowing you to create, edit, and publish content more efficiently.

Features like scheduled posts, content templates, and collaboration tools enable you to save time and effort, allowing you to focus on other essential aspects of your marketing strategy.

Furthermore, effective content management can help improve your website’s search engine optimization (SEO). By structuring your content properly, utilizing keywords, and optimizing meta tags, you can improve your website’s visibility in search engine results. This, in turn, can drive more organic traffic to your site, increasing the chances of conversions and affiliate sales.

Lastly, effective content management allows for better tracking and analysis. By keeping track of your content creation efforts, you can identify which types of content perform best, which topics resonate with your audience, and which strategies yield the most conversions.

Armed with this data, you can make informed decisions about your future content creation and marketing efforts, maximizing your chances of success.

Additionally, a content management system like WordPress lets you streamline your content creation process, engage your audience more effectively, and ultimately achieve your marketing goals.

Common Challenges in Content Management for Affiliate Marketers

In addition to the challenges discussed in our overview lesson on managing affiliate content, there are several common challenges that affiliate marketers face in their content management strategies.

Let’s briefly explore these challenges and provide practical solutions to overcome them.

One of the primary challenges is creating high-quality and original content consistently.

With an increasing number of affiliate marketers vying for attention in the digital landscape, it is essential to stand out from the competition. This requires investing time and effort into researching, planning, and creating unique content that provides value to your audience.

Effective content creation techniques, such as conducting keyword research, leveraging user-generated content, and utilizing various content formats help to keep your audience engaged.

Another challenge is managing and organizing a vast amount of content.

As your website grows, it becomes challenging to keep track of all your content, resulting in outdated content, links to deactivated programs, disorganization, and potential duplication.

Implementing an effective content management system, categorizing and tagging your content, and utilizing tools such as WordPress plugins will help you streamline your content management process.

Another challenge is optimizing your content for search engines and improving your website’s visibility. Without proper search engine optimization (SEO), your content may not rank well in search engine results, making it difficult for your target audience to find you.

It’s important, therefore, to learn about best practices for on-page and off-page SEO, including keyword optimization, meta tags, backlink building, and social media integration, and how these can help drive organic traffic to your website.

Lastly, maintaining a consistent brand image across multiple platforms and channels can be a challenge in affiliate marketing. It is crucial to establish a strong and recognizable brand identity that resonates with your target audience.

Branding strategies, including logo design, color schemes, and tone of voice, will help you create a cohesive brand image that builds trust and credibility with your audience, establish yourself as an authority in your niche, and drive more targeted traffic to your site.

Overview of the WordPress Content Management System

WordPress has become one of the most popular and widely used content management systems (CMS) in the world, and for good reason. It offers a user-friendly interface, powerful features, and a flexible framework that can be customized to suit the needs of affiliate marketers.

Let’s briefly review the WordPress CMS, its key features, and benefits for affiliate marketers.

WordPress is an open-source platform, which means that it is constantly evolving and being improved by a community of developers. This ensures that the CMS remains up-to-date with the latest technological advancements and security measures. This means that you can rely on a stable and reliable platform for managing your content.

One of the main reasons why affiliate marketers choose WordPress is its ease of use. You don’t need to be a coding expert to create and manage your website. With its intuitive interface, you can quickly set up a professional-looking website and start publishing content.

Additionally, WordPress offers a wide range of plugins and themes that allow you to enhance the functionality and design of your site with just a few clicks.

Content management enables you to effectively organize and display your affiliate links, product reviews, and promotional content. WordPress provides a robust content management system that allows you to create and publish different types of content, such as blog posts, pages, and custom post types. You can easily categorize and tag your content, making it easier for your audience to navigate and find the information they’re looking for.

Another advantage of WordPress is its search engine optimization (SEO) capabilities. The platform is designed with SEO in mind, allowing you to optimize your content for better visibility on search engines like Google. WordPress offers various SEO plugins that will help you improve your website’s rankings and attract more organic traffic.

In conclusion, WordPress is an excellent choice for affiliate marketers looking for a reliable and user-friendly content management system. Its ease of use, flexibility, and SEO capabilities make it an ideal platform for managing affiliate marketing websites.

In later sections, we will explore how to leverage WordPress’s features and plugins to enhance your affiliate marketing efforts.

Setting Up Your WordPress Website for Affiliate Marketing

Having a well-optimized website is crucial for your affiliate marketing success. And what better platform to build your website on than WordPress? With its user-friendly interface and a wide range of customizable themes and plugins, WordPress is the go-to content management system for affiliate marketers.

Let’s do a quick walkthrough of the process of setting up your WordPress website for affiliate marketing.

For detailed step-by-step tutorials on how to set up a WordPress site with no coding skills required, see these tutorials:

The first step in setting up your WordPress website is selecting and registering a domain name that reflects your niche and is easy to remember. Your domain name should be relevant to your content and resonate with your target audience.

Once you have secured a domain name, the next step is to set up a web hosting account and install WordPress.

It’s helpful to understand the different hosting options available and choose the one that best suits your needs and budget.

Next, you will want to choose a WordPress theme. A visually appealing and responsive theme is essential for engaging your audience and keeping them on your website. Select a theme that complements your niche and aligns with your branding.

There are many WordPress plugins available to enhance your website’s functionality and optimize it for affiliate marketing. These plugins will help you track affiliate links, optimize your website for search engines, and improve your website’s speed and performance.

Having a fully functional WordPress website will help you generate income through affiliate marketing.

The other sections of this guide contain practical tips and best practices for setting up your WordPress website for affiliate marketing success and ways to address common challenges you may face when managing your affiliate content.

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Managing Your Affiliate Content

Learn how to manage your affiliate marketing content and affiliate links effectively to boost your affiliate earnings.

How To Manage Your Affiliate Marketing Content

Learn how to manage your affiliate marketing content and affiliate links effectively to boost your affiliate earnings.

Affiliate marketing - illustration inside laptop imageWhile there is an abundance of information online about affiliate marketing, much of it is focused on how to succeed as an affiliate promoting products and services, not on how to manage your affiliate marketing content.

Hence, affiliate marketing content management is a topic that is seldom discussed on internet marketing blogs. It is also typically overlooked by companies offering an affiliate or referral program, and generally ignored by providers of affiliate link management tools and software solutions.

In this article, we’ll briefly touch on what affiliate marketing is, discuss the challenges of managing your affiliate links and your affiliate marketing content, and show you how to build a simple affiliate link management tracking system for your digital presence to address some of these challenges.

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What Is Affiliate Marketing?

Affiliate marketing is essentially earning commissions from referrals that lead to the sales of products or services of other businesses.

In a nutshell, here’s how affiliate marketing works:

Let’s say that XYZ company offers an affiliate program.

Typically, you can see if a company offers an affiliate program by looking for a link on the site’s footer or menu (e.g.”Affiliates”, “Referral Program”, etc.)

Affiliate Program link on web site footer.
Look for Affiliate Program links on website menus and footers.

When you apply to become an affiliate partner of XYZ company, if approved, you will be given a special link that includes your unique affiliate ID.

Affiliate URL with unique affiliate ID.
An example of an affiliate URL with a unique affiliate ID.

You then use this affiliate link to promote XYZ company’s products or services.

You can promote XYZ company using affiliate links in a number of ways. For example, by embedding links into your web content, content in downloadable reports, eBooks, etc., or using methods like display banners, video marketing, email marketing, etc.

Many companies also provide creatives (e.g. banners, text links, etc.) that you can use on your site, or copy and paste into emails, etc.

When a referred user clicks on your affiliate link, a cookie is placed on their web browser for a certain period of time (called the ‘cookie duration’).

XYZ company then tracks all sales and referrals made via your link and pays you affiliate commissions based on the cookie information.

Typically, companies with an affiliate program will provide a private login area where affiliates can view and edit their account details, access referral links, view referral stats, commission earnings, payout reports, download creatives, and more.

Affiliate area - statistics screen
An affiliate area lets you check your stats, referrals, payouts, and more.

So, that’s basically how affiliate marketing works.

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Covering affiliate marketing as a method of generating income online is beyond the scope of this course.

If you are interested in learning how to use affiliate marketing to monetize your website or blog, there are many affiliate marketing courses and articles available online that you can refer to.

Also, if you are interested in running an affiliate program, there are many affiliate management software tools and services you can check out.

Note: Affiliate management software tools and services are not the same things as what we are discussing in this lesson. This lesson is about managing your affiliate marketing content and affiliate links, whereas most tools and services are designed for running an affiliate program and managing your affiliates.

The Challenges Of Managing Affiliate Content

While affiliate marketing is one of the fastest and easiest ways to start an online business and generate income online with no money and no products of your own, it also presents a number of challenges.

Let’s look at the main challenges of affiliate marketing from a content management perspective.

Affiliate Marketing And Your Content Strategy

If you plan to use affiliate marketing as part of your site’s monetization strategy, you will be working with affiliate links and affiliate marketing content.

As with all content, it’s essential to understand how your affiliate marketing content fits into your content strategy, content plan, content-linking management practices, and other content-related processes (i.e. production, promotion, and management).

Keeping in mind that your content strategy reflects the core values of your business, what does your strategy say about creating monetized content using affiliate marketing?

For example:

  • Will you only include or review products or services in your content that you can earn money from as an affiliate, or will you link to products and services that provide value to your audience regardless of whether or not the companies being linked to offer an affiliate program?
  • If you link to companies that offer an affiliate program, will you still promote their products or services and link to their website even if your affiliate application gets rejected?
  • Will you give prominence in your content to products or services containing affiliate links (e.g. will they feature higher in a list)?
  • If your content strategy allows guest posts or articles from external writers, will you allow the writers to insert their affiliate links into the content?
  • How will your business, site, and content comply with all the laws and regulations governing affiliate marketing, and individual company policies for promoting their products and services as an affiliate?
  • Also, some audience groups regard the presence of affiliate links as making the content seem biased (e.g. product reviews). What does your content strategy say about this?
Affiliate disclosure statements.
If you plan to monetize your content with affiliate marketing, make sure to comply with all legal requirements and add all the necessary affiliate disclosures.

Let’s look at the challenges of managing affiliate marketing content in other content-related areas.

Affiliate Marketing And Content Planning

Let’s say that you plan to create a monetized article based on reviewing the top 5 products in the XYZ niche.

After researching the topic, you find that a number of companies selling products in that niche offer an affiliate program.

Although you may be approved right away, many companies have a manual review process before they will approve new affiliates.

Affiliate application is being reviewed.
Many companies will review your application before deciding whether to accept you as an affiliate partner.

Companies can also reject your affiliate application for a number of reasons (e.g. maybe your site hasn’t launched yet or is too new, or doesn’t get enough traffic, or your niche/content isn’t aligned with their marketing or branding, etc.)

Affiliate application denied
It happens!

You have no control over these companies’ approval decisions or any of their business processes, so waiting several days or even weeks to find out whether you have been approved or not can impact your content planning.

For example, will your content team wait until you know whether a company has approved or rejected you as an affiliate before doing any further research, or will they invest time into planning, researching, and scheduling the content for production, and deal with things later?

And how will the above work if you plan to outsource your content creation?

Also, what does your content plan say about using creatives supplied by the company you are promoting as an affiliate?

For example, what if a company supplies ready-made, copy-and-paste affiliate banners but the dimensions or content are not suitable for your needs?

Will you create your own banners, edit the supplied banners using image editing software, ask the company to create new banners for you, rework your content around not using banners, or choose some other option?

Finally, what does your content plan say about using affiliate links in your content?

Will you add the affiliate links as supplied (which can sometimes be very long and ugly-looking) or use a link-shortening or link-cloaking tool or service to make your links look nicer, disguise the fact that they are affiliate links, or protect your affiliate links from being hijacked?*

* Affiliate Link Hijacking is when someone completely bypasses an affiliate’s link (usually because the full affiliate link is displayed), either by manually typing in the link’s URL into a web browser web and leaving out the part of the link containing the affiliate’s id, or replacing it with their own affiliate id. This results in the affiliate not earning a commission.

Affiliate Marketing And Content Production

Sticking with our “Top 5 XYZ products” example, let’s say that you apply to become an affiliate of all the products you plan to cover in your article and decide to go ahead and create the article before knowing whether you have been approved as an affiliate or not.

The article is published and a few days later you are informed by three out of the five companies whose products you have already reviewed in your article that your affiliate application has been denied.

What do you do with the article now? Do you…

  • Leave the content in the article as is and continue promoting the companies that rejected your application?
  • Remove the content from your article and look for new companies to promote so you can replace the deleted section?
  • Reorganize your list and move monetized content further up the page (as discussed earlier in the section on content strategy)?

Affiliate Marketing And Content Promotion

Affiliate marketing is fundamentally all about promoting other people’s products or services. After all, that’s how you earn affiliate commissions.

This has its own challenges.

For example, a company may supply you with ready-made affiliate banners or other creatives (e.g. email sequences, rebrandable reports, etc.) and declare these to be proven high-converters.

You then add them to your site and get no sales.

Has your business implemented effective content tracking methods and all the other systems and processes described in the content promotion module?

If not, how will you fix this issue, measure the performance of your affiliate content, or improve your results using any other affiliate program?

This brings us to the next content-related area of challenges.

Affiliate Marketing And Content Management

Suppose you decide to start a “review” blog promoting products and services in a profitable niche.

After doing some research, you discover that there are many great products you can review and promote as an affiliate and begin applying to all of their affiliate programs.

After several months of working hard to create original content, your blog has dozens of great product review articles monetized with affiliate links.

Then, you begin to notice things like the following happening on your site:

  • Links point to error pages – products have been removed or discontinued from being sold.
  • Product prices have changed – The product price has changed on the destination site. Your reviews have different pricing than the actual product price.
  • Product information is different – Product features and options that you promoted as being free are now premium options or part of a paid plan.
  • Bonuses are no longer being offered – Your review mentioned a whole bunch of great bonuses that were included with the product, but the product vendor has removed these from their sales page.
  • Product/Company names are different – The company offering the product has been acquired by another company and decided to rename or rebrand the product.
  • Product demo videos don’t work – The company has removed the YouTube video you added to your product review, so the video no longer shows.
  • Copy-paste banners link to a “buy this domain” page – The company has gone out of business and its domain name has expired.

Then, to make matters worse, because you have applied to so many different affiliate programs, working out which affiliate platforms manage which programs, what login details go with which platform, and which issues require fixing becomes overwhelming and time-consuming.

Currently the product that you were looking for is not able to be sold.
Uh oh…are your affiliate links sending visitors to pages like this?

As you can see, there are so many things that can go wrong with your affiliate marketing content, all of which affect your potential earnings.

As you become a more experienced affiliate marketer, you begin to realize that almost everything about affiliate marketing is outside of your control.

You have no control over the companies whose products or services you are promoting, or what they do.

Many companies that offer an affiliate program simply carry on doing their business and do not inform their affiliates about changes that can affect their affiliate campaigns, their content, and their links.

So, affiliate marketers promoting their products typically only find out that something is wrong with their affiliate content weeks or months after these events have taken place, resulting in many opportunities for earning commissions being missed.

This problem is compounded if you don’t have the systems in place (that we cover extensively in this course) to manage your content.

So, let’s begin by showing you how to develop…

A Simple System To Start Managing Your Affiliate Content

For this section, we’ll use as an example a simple system I built to manage the affiliate content and affiliate links on this website.

You may have already noticed that this course is 100% free.

As my vision is to provide high-quality information on ways to manage content effectively to as many people as possible, I decided not to create a paid membership site, but to make this course freely available to everyone.

To meet the costs of running this website and keeping it updated with regular content, I decided to monetize this website and some of the course content using methods like advertising, donations, and affiliate marketing.

As part of this site’s content strategy, the course recommends many great products, services, and resources, many of which I use and would recommend even if there was no affiliate incentive involved.

So, once we defined affiliate marketing as one of the content promotion methods used to grow and sustain this website, the next step was to work out how to go about it.

I know from years of experience that:

  1. Many affiliate programs require applications to be manually reviewed and approved,
  2. Many affiliate program managers prefer reviewing existing websites (i.e. not ‘under construction’) that are already generating traffic before approving affiliate applications,
  3. Applicants have a stronger chance of being approved as an affiliate if they can actually  provide a link to a page where the product is already being promoted, and
  4. Companies use different affiliate program management platforms, so it’s important to be able to keep track of many different dashboards, logins, etc.

The above raised the following challenges for managing affiliate links and affiliate content:

  1. How do we keep track of all the products and services mentioned in this site? This course contains over 100+ lessons and mentions hundreds of products, services, tools, and resources.
  2. Which products and services offer affiliate programs and which don’t?
  3. Which affiliate platforms are the companies mentioned in this course using to manage their affiliates?
  4. How do we keep track of which affiliate programs we’ve applied for, and whether we’ve been approved or rejected for these programs?

Given the above, here’s the plan used for this website:

  1. I wrote all of the initial course content before launching the website,
  2. As the course content was being written, I also created a spreadsheet listing all of the products, services, tools, and resources mentioned in the course content that offer an affiliate program but held off applying to these until after launching the site,
  3. For products and services mentioned in this course that offer an affiliate program, I used a link redirection tool to initially point the links directly to the product or service page. This makes it easier to replace links used throughout the course content once I got approved by the affiliate program (with the programs that rejected my application, there was no need to change the links, as they were already pointing to the product or service).
  4. After launching the site, I then went through the spreadsheet and began to systematically apply to all of the affiliate programs listed. To make the process easier and faster, I also created a generic “copy, paste, and edit” text template describing who we are, what the site is about, and how the site plans to promote the product or service (including the URL of the course lesson where we are already promoting it).

Affiliate Content Management Spreadsheet

To keep track of all the affiliate program applications, links, platforms, logins, etc., I created a spreadsheet with the following columns:

  • Product/Service – The affiliate product or service being promoted.
  • Description – A brief description of the product or service, also mentioning whether it is a plugin, SaaS, etc.
  • Affiliate Registration – The URL of the company’s affiliate program sign-up form.
  • Applied? – An “x” in this cell lets me know that I have applied for the affiliate program.
  • Approved? – Type “y” into this cell if approved for the affiliate program and “n” if the application was declined or rejected.
  • Affiliate Link Cloaked – The link used in the content created with a link-redirection tool.
  • Direct Link – The direct URL to the product or service.
  • Aff Link – The “raw” affiliate link supplied by the affiliate platform.
  • Where Used – The URL(s) of the post or page where the product or service is mentioned.
  • Network Dashboard – The URL of the affiliate platform dashboard where I can check stats, referrals, payouts, etc.
  • Notes – Enter any notes or comments here (e.g. “affiliate program temporarily on hold,” reason given for declining my application, etc.).
  • Login – The affiliate login username or email address.
  • Password – The affiliate login password.
  • Username – This is an additional field used if the affiliate login form accepts both an email address and a username.

In addition to the above columns, I also used color coding to make the management process using the spreadsheet easier:

  • Green – Affiliate program application accepted. Affiliate link replaced in affiliate link redirection tool.
  • Yellow – Affiliate application submitted – application pending review and approval.
  • White – Haven’t applied yet to the affiliate program. This can also signify that the affiliate program is currently unavailable. If so, this is recorded in the “Notes” column.
  • Red – Application initially rejected or declined. This can also signify that the affiliate program has permanently closed down.
Affiliate Content Management Spreadsheet
Use a spreadsheet to keep track of your affiliate program application process.

Notes:

  • There are various reasons why applications get declined or rejected. Sometimes it’s because the site is too new and hasn’t generated sufficient traffic yet. If a company rejects or declines my application, I will wait a little while and then apply again for their affiliate program or contact their affiliate manager via email.
  • Some affiliate platforms won’t allow you to apply for other programs until your site produces results for the existing programs you are promoting.

Managing Your Affiliate Links

Using a spreadsheet to keep track of all your affiliate programs with a password management tool and a link tracking tool may be all you need to manage your affiliate links.

At least, you will have a master document for your records.

From here, you can then access all of the various affiliate management platforms that companies use to run their affiliate programs from.

As well as providing you with access to your affiliate account, affiliate links, marketing creatives, and displaying your referral stats and earnings, many platforms also provide additional tools and useful reports, such as status updates on your applications, merchants, etc.

Shareasale dashboard - merchant status.
Shareasale provides reports and merchant status notifications.

Managing Your Affiliate Content

Once you have implemented the above system for managing your affiliate programs and affiliate links, use the content management lessons described in this course to help you manage your affiliate marketing content.

This is important because as was mentioned earlier, many of the companies you will be promoting as an affiliate will not keep you informed of changes they make in their business that can impact your earnings.

For example, having a content tracking system, good content link management practices, and doing regular content reviews will help you detect and address issues like noticing significant or sudden drops in affiliate revenue, links to error pages, outdated creatives, etc.

Additionally, having good content organization and content documentation systems in addition to streamlined content planning, content production, and content promotion processes can help you take advantage of special affiliate promotions that could give you a significant boost in affiliate earnings.

For example, many companies run special affiliate promotions during major online sales events like Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Christmas, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, etc.

These events usually have very small windows of opportunity and if your business lacks sound content management systems and organization, these opportunities will come and go before you can even act on them.

With an effective content management system in place, your business can capitalize on these events by scheduling content to be created ahead of time in your content calendar (e.g. blog and social media posts) and published at a later date in your CMS, swapping out banners and creatives in your media storage services, planning email marketing campaigns, etc.

Summary

Affiliate marketing provides a great opportunity to monetize your content but it also presents many challenges for managing your affiliate content and affiliate links.

Sound content management can help you capitalize on affiliate marketing opportunities to boost your online revenue.

If your content strategy includes affiliate marketing as a method of promotion, then it’s important to implement good systems for managing your affiliate links and affiliate content.

Action Step

  • Follow the recommendations in this lesson to create a master document listing all of your affiliate programs, links, logins, etc., and add this to your content documentation.

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Inside this free membership site, you will learn about:

  • The truth about affiliate marketing and five easy and doable steps that successful affiliates use to pull large-figure incomes.
  • Selling digital info products and the one step you cannot skip to create a thriving business.
  • How to become a successful author on Amazon Kindle with a five-step overview of how the most successful Kindle authors keep landing on the bestseller lists.
  • How to turn content into cash using a blog. Includes a 4-step overview of how to set up and run your blog and five ways to make money with it.

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Affiliate Profits Club

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Affiliate Profits Club

Affiliate Profits Club shows you how to:

  • Uncover profitable niches and markets for affiliate marketing.
  • Find the right products to promote.
  • Build your promotions list.
  • Attract prospects and subscribers with free offers.

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Power Marketers Club

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Power Marketers Club

Power Marketers Club shows you how to develop a marketing mindset that will help you overcome the fears, negative thoughts, and limiting beliefs that may be holding you back.

Inside this free membership site, you will learn about:

  • The 21 questions that will help you achieve your goals, and
  • The art and science of negotiating how to get more of what you want out of every single deal you make with vendors, suppliers, freelancers, etc.

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Success Upgrade

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Success Upgrade

Success Upgrade covers the art of taking calculated risks when starting a business and improving your money management skills.

Inside this free membership site, you will learn strategies for getting more money, keeping more money, and growing your business faster, plus ways to get the funding you need to start or run your business.

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Wealth Upgrade Club

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Wealth Upgrade Club

Wealth Upgrade Club shows you how to map your financial path to create savings goals and a plan to meet these using 5 different investment vehicles.

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