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04-18-2012, 06:31 AM #51
I prefer Network Marketing / MLM over affiliate marketing. Doesn't mean that is best for everyone, just decided it is best for me. I personally know people in both industries that have made a lot of money but I know a lot of people that have failed miserably as well. I've been in the Networking business since 2005. It's had it's ups and downs but I've enjoyed the ride so far. I haven't cracked the code to making a million a year, but I'm still working on it and continue to have high hopes for the future. Don't get me wrong, I make a very comfortable 6 figure income, but that's not what I signed up for. I want the big money and won't stop till I get it.
Based on your background and training, there are a few MLMs out there that focus on fitness and nutrition, not just nutrition. If that's something you're interested in, I would gladly introduce you to the right people. There are other companies that focus purely on the nutritional products and I know some very successful people with a few different companies I could introduce you to as well.
I'm currently working with a company in the electricity and natural gas capitalizing on the deregulation of energy, so naturally I could help if that is a direction you want to explore. North American Power
I believe the Canadian affiliate marketer you are looking for is probably Norbert Orlewicz. He and 2 other guys have an affiliate training program called MLSP or My Lead System Pro. This guy legit makes multiple 6 figures if not 7 figures by now.
Before launching his own program Norbert and his partners were all trained by the affiliate marketing king, Mike Dillard of Magnetic Sponsoring. This guy makes multiple 7 figures and is by far the most successful affiliate marketer on the planet.
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Here is another good resources Business For Home.org
Bottom line.....no matter what you choose to do in life, if making it to the top of your profession and earning a boat load of money is the goal? It will require everything you've got and then some!
Best of luck in whatever you decide to pursue!You can make money or you can make excuses, but you can't make both! What's it going to be?
04-18-2012, 06:58 AM #52
04-18-2012, 04:06 PM #53
As for my links:
North American Power is my MLM site, which I made clear. The rest of them are just helpful resources that I thought he might benefit from which I have no vested interest in.
Norbert Orlewicz isn't a network marketer. If you'd do your research, you would know that he failed miserably at MLM for many years throughout his early 20's. Then 4 yrs ago he got into affiliate marketing and developed an affiliate marketing program called MLSP. Yes some network marketers use it to promote their business, but his platform is all about educating people on affiliate marketing. Of which I am not a member and have no vested interest.
Mike Dillard of Magnetic Sponsoring is an affiliate marketer. Again if you had any idea or did any research, you would know that Magnetic Sponsoring is an affiliate program, not an MLM. Yes Mike originally developed the program to help network marketers recruit for their MLM, but that is just his genius front end pitch to build his list. The back end is nothing but countless programs developed to help people become better affiliate marketers. Of which I am not a member and have no vested interest.
Mike and Norbert are AFFILIATE MARKETING trainers, not MLM gurus. They teach people how to blog, seo, create capture pages, write compelling ad copy, develop sales sheets, build contact list and monetize the list. Not MLM related.
BusinessForHome.org is an MLM / Affiliate Marketing resources that he can use, which I have no vested interest.
MLMwatchdog.com is a great resources for staying on top of which companies out there are running illegal or questionable programs. Again, I have no vested interest in this site either, but thought it could be useful.
Next time I'll make sure to talk in vague useless babble as to make sure I don't actually post anything of value relevant to the original question!You can make money or you can make excuses, but you can't make both! What's it going to be?
04-18-2012, 11:05 PM #54
I appreciate the info MLMproNetworker, I'll be in touch once college lets out for the summer.
05-23-2012, 10:14 PM #55
05-23-2012, 10:17 PM #56
I suggest wickedfire.com due to the fact that their is at times amonst the bs and fake info their sometimes is good info for a newb, but your right, if you really want to learn go to the other places you suggested or do what I did which was just learn on your own. Test test test and then when your failing just keep testing lol and if your determined you'll figure it out and get it to work. Greatest feeling to understand why/how consumers buy products or fill out forms.self proclaimed watch guru.
08-24-2012, 11:08 PM #57
The downside about affiliate marketing is when someone finds "niche" they don't like to share it because it will be flooded with competition, so they info and details they share are very vague. If you see that, don't be discouraged just know that they are protecting a nest egg they discovered.Favorite Quote "There's no reason having a website if people can't find it!"
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09-10-2012, 02:23 AM #58
So much good info. Thank you for sharing!
Now I have a lot to read!
09-10-2012, 04:54 AM #59
My current business model is based on affiliate marketing. Without saying too much, the concept I'm trying to build is rather cool.
Speaking of affiliate marketing, I was looking for affiliate programs for ADV, D2, and wheels boutique but there were none."People don't buy what you do, they buy WHY you do it" - TED speaker Simon Sinek
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