I gave a tip to a friend of mine that ended up boosting his campaigns by a few hundred profit per day and I want to share it with you.
I’ve always stressed that the most important aspect of any campaign is the offer. The best landing pages, ads, and angles in the world don’t matter if the offer doesn’t convert.
Most affiliates will do two things in order to optimize the offer.
Gear Guide Volume 1
Here’s another edition of Ngo’s favorite gear where I share with you some products that have made my life easier.
I got an amazing response from the last edition where quite a few of you bought the Roost stand, foam roller, and Chocolate Super food. I appreciate the Amazon commissions as well!
Feel free to provide feedback on your experiences with any of these items.
The following is a guest post by Alexander Tsatkin, who is the Vice President of Mobile at Matomy Media Group
In this guide, I will teach you exactly what mobile content offers (pin submits) are, how to run them, and why they’re so awesome.
Before I get started, I want to point out that CPA affiliate networks use different names for these types of offers. Mobile content offers can also be called premium SMS, mobile subscription, pin submits, etc.
I get a lot of questions everyday from readers. Most newbies will ask the same kind of questions, what traffic source should they run or what verticals do I recommend. I’ve always found my favorite questions to be from Intermediate level affiliates who want to take their businesses to the next level.
The difference between an intermediate affiliate and a super affiliate isn’t just one campaign or a traffic source. Anyone can get lucky with a campaign, but to maintain a level of success in this industry requires a shift in thinking patterns.
My friends at AsianEfficiency have released their biggest project yet called the Productivity Blueprint. It’s a comprehensive video course on productivity that will take even the laziest guy out there and make them Asian Efficient.
I am good friends with the guys behind AsianEfficiency, and the links I am using are affiliate links where I received a commission. However, I will do my best to review the product on its own merits and without any bias.
“You don’t set out to build a wall. You don’t say ‘I’m going to build the biggest, baddest, greatest wall that’s ever been built.’ You don’t start there. You say, ‘I’m going to lay this brick as perfectly as a brick can be laid. You do that every single day. And soon you have a wall.” – Will Smith
I’ve always believed that profitable campaigns are built, not discovered.
Some guys will teach a strategy of basically throw shit against the wall until something sticks, but there are a few issues with this approach.