Affiliate Marketing

This is a guest post by Anshul Dayal from

The internet offers a world of opportunity for anyone looking to get out of the 9-5 daily rut and build a dream lifestyle of passive income. Truth be told, internet is possibly the only medium that can make the dream of real passive financial freedom truly possible. However, there is often an element of misguided confidence with how fast anyone can start making a full-time income online.

Many people are sold the dream lifestyle through expensive “get rich quick” training products, promised fancy cars, beaches and mega mansions. This often turns aspiring entrepreneurs into what you can describe as “opportunity seekers” and the number one reason a staggering 95% of the people fail to build the coveted dream lifestyle they always thought was possible.

So, why is it that there is such a high failure rate with people looking to make a living online, after all there has to be some element of truth to how all those online “gurus”, driving fancy cars got to be where they are.

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This is a guest post by Harshit Singhal from

Affiliate Marketing is one of the best ways to earn money through your blog by promoting other people’s products.

Though it sounds simple, making people buy stuff is not an easy task at all, which is the reason very few bloggers attempt to make money through it and an even lesser number of them enjoy even a trivial amount of success with it, let alone achieving breakthrough success.

However there is no need of being disheartened. All you have to do is to learn a few simple rules which I have used over the years to make money with Amazon, Clickbank and many other affiliate programs.

These rules will surely make you successful as an affiliate marketer if you follow them diligently.

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How many of us make our money from marketing affiliate programs online?

How many of us market more than one product? Doesn’t doing this just get frustrating at times?

Wouldn’t it be nice if we had a way to manage all of these affiliate links?

Well I certainly thought so, and after scouring the internet looking for a solution I was able to find offers all the affiliate management tools us internet marketers need.

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This is a guest post by Sté Kerwer from

Affiliate marketing means you use a special link to send visitors from your blog or website to a merchant’s website. If the visitor makes a purchase on that site, you earn a commission.

For example, you might use an affiliate link on your blog and send your reader to a coffee maker at Amazon. If that reader then buys that coffee maker, you earn a percentage of the sale.

There are millions of different affiliate programs you can use to make money online which will completely eliminate the need of getting online loans or payday loans. Almost every online retailer has an affiliate link you can use to send traffic their way and earn a commission on sales you help generate.

But when you take a look at all of those programs they fall into two major business models – they either pay you earnings on the number of clicks you generate or the number of actions you generate.

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This is a guest post by James Martell

My daughter, Victoria, is learning how to drive, which I find to be both exciting and terrifying. Perhaps other parents out there can relate.

Like most new drivers, Victoria is very focused on the road, and tends to miss important details – like speedometer readings. She also tends to be a little late in braking and sometimes fumbles around when reaching for the controls.

Several driving schools in London, UK, including BSM and AA driving schools, have determined that students typically need about 40+ hours of practical instruction before they are ready to test. I think the British are pretty optimistic, particularly considering they are driving on the wrong side of the road. (only kidding)

Okay, to be fair, after about 30 hours Victoria is beginning to relax a little, and the absolute basics are coming more naturally to her, which allows her to pay more attention to the details.  Like the speedometer.

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