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Why you need to stop the nonsense of affiliate marketing programs?

Hi,

I hope you are linking in from another blog, probably from Facebook, a press release or an email marketing campaign. Welcome.

Let us get right into it. You’ll do yourself a lot of justice if you take the time to read this whole blog – it’s only a 3-minute read and you get to decide what to do next OR click me to get to the solution (which is not advised – always take time to read about serious issues).

I have never come across an affiliate marketeer who is making a significant income from it and is willing to share this proof with me.

Not one.

Ever.

Been 5+ years in the hunt and I know my fair share of affiliate marketeers.

I have personally been banned from forums like www.warriorforum.com because I specifically challenged all those so-called gurus who were selling their work for $97, or $47 or $27 (and made $100,000s from it), to show me proof. The only proof I wanted was either a video recording of them entering their PayPal account or Bank Account statement that was showing the same.

Never got it.

I suggested many other options/alternatives to them to validate their wild income claims, only to get booted time and time again. Yes, I tried under various IDs, etc. Is there income from affiliate marketing – sure, there is. Is it enough for people to make the wild claims they do – to sustain a large living of it – NO! That is a pure fraud (in my opinion) and I refuse to budge from my stance, unless shown otherwise (i.e. proven wrong). Affiliate marketing benefits the company whose product/service you are selling.

Let me repeat that again, affiliate-marketing benefits the company you are promoting — not you! Simple. 1000s of people sign up and promote their products in the hopes of making an income. If 1000s of people are actually promoting the product, then the products would be flying off the shelves – the sad reality of it is – they are not (in majority of the cases).

If you promote say a product from Amazon, the cookie is only valid for 24-hours!Now lets say you have 50,000 visitors a month, realistically, 100-150 or so will click in (I say this from experience and from having seen many high-traffic blogs, who do affiliate marketing). Out of this 100-150 clicks, they usually have 1-3 sales per month. That’s it.

Those who claim that their cookie is valid for 45 days (good!), but what about the product? Either it is crap (a fact easily verified by the percentage of the income you would be getting back from the sale price), or the mere fact that 10,000+ people are promoting it. The chances of you making a sale are slim to none.

The amount of money/time you spend in promoting the blog and promoting the product, does not do justice to the income made. Many people will tell you of how to go about making 100s of sites with micro-niches, etc. and you will be raking in the money. Please go ahead and try to prove me wrong. I would love to see to the contrary.

If affiliate-marketing programs are an exploitation scheme as they are right now, what is the solution? This is what you need: Click Here

Dao Mazui
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