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Must I form a team in order to operate Affiliate Marketing?
I didn't want to set up a company when I began to try my hand at affiliate marketing. And I wanted to quit the corporate arena and join a counterculture. To work from home, get away from the society's regulations and earn enough cash to lead a free existence. Today, however, I hear a great deal of talk about how to "start a genuine business" or "build a team" in order to make a great deal of cash and "compete with the big ones".
Today I'll be sharing my thoughts about why I'm still a one-man army and why I think "starting a true business" might be the hardest thing to do when you start in affiliate marketing. Somewhere in this direction someone said the words "You have to create a team" or "You are the bottleneck in your company".
Soon as they said it, the echo room began to repeat it. Echo space is the phenomena that happens when someone divides his mind and then everyone else begins to repeat it as a fact. The " parrot game " generates an echo that resonates in the room. The " built a team " echo came to my attention because I began to receive e-mails about it.
Every new Affiliate contacts me every weeks and asks me how they should organize their team to start their first campaig. Now it makes sence, many folks are leading a team now, but what these new partners lack is that most of them, the supers who are now using a team, have made their first millions as a 1-man partner army.
And, in my view, if you are a new partner - even if your long-term objective is to create a big business, you should do it that way. Being a new affiliate marketing company, you have to pass your first 1-3 years - or until you make your first $100,000 win - in the trenches. What does that mean?
Many years of your own personal experiences don't matter until you make a living. You will earn more cash by better employee creation. They are mainly for new affilates who think they need to set up a team to start their first ad campaigns. "Need I start a legit business"? The best thing about affiliate marketing is that you can select your own life style.
I recommend starting as small as possible and then building on whatever your dreams are. "Could a single affiliate with an affiliate be competing with a team? affiliate marketing has never been a contest. "I' m the shortage in my shop? "when you' re a one-man partner army, are there any drawbacks?
80 percent of the times the folks who make it had some kind of interest in the on-line universe before they began marketing. Join Google or Youtube, enter the skills you want to study and begin to practice. Most if not all succesful online business executives launched in the same way.
"The affiliate blogsman XYZ said I had to set up a team, is he mistaken? "Not necessarily, but in most cases he/she began on his/her own, worked for years to get the job done and then 2-10 years later employed staff. "Would I not make more bucks with a team? You would probably earn more cash or at least more income with a well-trained team.
You can make a lot of cash with a one-man army. There' a lot of one-man partners out there who make $1Mil+ a year. Perhaps they would earn more with a team, but the way of life they chose is to work alone. When you want to create a team, just sit and watch until you reach a point where you have more possibilities than you can manage.
Allow me to conclude by saying that I'm not against setting up a team. When you have done well in affiliate marketing and want to resize it to a larger deal, my hat is off to you. However, if someone had initially said to me that I needed to "start a true business" or "build a team to compete," I would never have tried affiliate marketing.
That' s why I think it's important for new affilates who also came to Counter Culture to listen to another side of the story. What is the difference? P.S. If you want to know more about how to succeed as a 1-man partner army, sign up to my e-mail mailing lists here.