These Mistakes Cost Me Several Million Dollars

I love to daydream.

One of my most common daydreams is to imagine myself going back in time with all the knowledge I have now. How would life be different if I could go back to 2007?

That’s when I start reflecting on all the mistakes I’ve made in the industry. I’m not talking about the small mistakes like setting my tracking link wrong or setting a bid at $10 when it should’ve been $.10. Nope. Those mistakes only cost me 3 to 4 figures.

I’ve Read 90+ Books This Year: Here Are My Top 3

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Affiliates and the Psychology of Money

“Would you rather life like a king for a year, or a prince for a lifetime?”

Affiliate marketing is probably the only industry where someone can say they made a million dollars their first year, and no one bats an eye.

The problem is young men and money don’t get along well together. A fool and his money are soon departed so they say.

I had tons of millionaire affiliate friends back in 2009 due to the diet boom. Some of them were able to leverage their money and skills into bigger and better businesses.

Ngo Gear Guide – October 2015 & Life in Miami

Welcome to a long overdue edition of the Ngo Gear Guide.

I buy cool products all the time, and share with you my favorites! Lets get to it!

Mini-segway / Electric Scooter / Hoverboard

I’m sure you’ve seen people riding them around.

It goes by many names – mini-segway, electric scooter, and sometimes the hoverboard. It’s 2015 and unfortunately we don’t have a flying hoverboard like Back to the Future yet.

How Low Bids Can be Costing You Profitable Campaigns

I had no idea how to tackle bidding when I first started running campaigns.

My reaction (and I’m sure of many newbies) was to bid the bare minimum. I wanted to play it safe and not lose any money. Once I started tracking and testing I realized that bidding higher was more profitable most of the time.

Why Bidding Lower Doesn’t Mean Increased Profits

In a normal business you can save money by buying your goods for cheaper.