Different Pages for Different Opportunities

There are a number of ways you can start making money online. I started out buying a great big thick manual from James Martel and followed every step in the 300+ page manual. That was back in 2009 and the end result is I had just graduated from an Information Systems program at a local college so I knew how to code a website in html. I could have done the whole website, but why re-invent the wheel? I bought a template from Robson Designs in B.C., Canada, (Lynn Robson) that was plug-n-play, so to speak, and I Love that template. It has everything I need and I’ll probably use Front Page 2008 to edit it until my server doesn’t want to render it anymore.

Different Pages for Different Opportunities

That was my first serious attempt at Affiliate Marketing and I actually made about $500 a month from it after about a year of tweaking and thwacking it. Then I met this cute guy next door and the website took a backseat (stupid me) and my sales dropped off. Long story short on that… 5 years later cute guy turned into nightmare, I escaped and am now just getting back to fixing that website to get it updated with new links to start earning money from it again.

Affiliate Marketing is a pretty good way to start out. Basically, you sell other companies products from your website/blog and those companies pay you a commission of the sale. No muss, no fuss. You don’t handle orders, returns or any of those headaches… It’s not too hard to learn how to do. I am going to make some recommendations on how to Maximize the income you can earn.

So, as I mentioned in previous post… You need a website or a blog to put those affiliate links on. If you are going to invest a lot of time and some money in a website, why not choose a website/blog host that will pay YOU? Yeah, Yeah, I know, the “G-Daddy” pays you a commission on your referrals. But their commission % and structure really, really sucks. It’s not that great. But they have lots of money to spend on TV ads so they don’t think they should pay YOU anything. They think you should refer to them for free. Yak, Right. In their dreams.

Actually, a lot of hosting companies are offering to pay you for referrals to them, some actually pay on two levels of referrals, which is better than on one level. But still, if you want to get the Maximum amount of referral income from your hosting company, this is the absolute best one I’ve ever come across. GDI. Website.ws They have a payment structure that can haul ass straight to the bank. If you are one of those smart people who already have a mailing list, then this company can bring you in a hell of a lot of money every week. In fact, I have no idea why anyone wouldn’t get a website/blog through them. I’m going to put up a separate page for each of the companies I recommend and give you a few tips on how to get the most bang for your buck with them all.

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