I interact with affiliate marketers all the time, which means I hear all sort of opinions about the state of affiliate marketing and how to become a success.
I also hear a TON of affiliate marketing myths that just aren’t true.
It’s a problem because people who have potential to make a lot of money in affiliate marketing are put off before they launch their first campaign.
There’s so much content out there, and so many people giving advice. But the problem is that most people aren’t in a position to be giving advice.
A year ago I deactivated my Facebook account
(Note: I’m referring to my personal Facebook. I still have a business page that’s run by my team)
Have you ever had a situation before where you gotta go into “monk mode?”
This was my life back in college.
A final exam would be coming up and I’d tell myself “It’s time for monk mode.” No partying with the boys, no social media, no video games, etc. I’d temporarily starve myself of fun in order to squeeze that extra juice of productivity.
As of today I’ve published 253 affiliate marketing articles on CharlesNgo.com since 2012. This is a secretive industry and I’ve done my best to help guys like you out any way I can.
I have noticed some small problems.
1. That’s a lot of content…it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and suffer from information overload.
2. There’s not a guide that breaks everything down into a step by step method from the beginning.
You’ve just spent the last 5 hours reading CharlesNgo.com for some affiliate marketing tips.
You launch a campaign at 1AM then get some sleep.
You wake up at 7am and refresh your stats straight away.
$65 spent and no conversions?
I have a quote that I say at least once every day when an affiliate newbie asks me for advice.
“Imitate THEN Innovate”
What does this mean?
It means don’t reinvent the wheel.
For example, if you want to learn affiliate marketing copywriting, you don’t have to start from scratch.