Does Affiliate Marketing make MoneyIs Affiliate Marketing Making Money?
Do you really make a lot of money with affiliate marketing?
I' ve never encountered an affiliate marketer who makes a significant profit from it and is willing to split that evidence with me. Hunting for more than 4 years and I know my percentage of affiliate marketers. Yes, I tried it under different identifiers, etc. I proposed them many other options/alternatives to confirm their savage earning entitlements, just to get rebooted over and over again.
Are there any revenues from affiliate marketing - surely there are. Suffice it that men make the fierce assertions they make - to live a great life off it - NO! The affiliate marketing will benefit the business whose product/service you are reselling. Allow me to reiterate that affiliate marketing will benefit the business you are sponsoring --- not you!
Thousands of thousands of people register and advertise their produce in the hope of earning an honest living. When thousands of real advertisers actually advertise the brand, the brand would fly off the shelf - the unfortunate truth is - they are not (in most cases).
When you advertise an Amazon item, the cookies are only available for 24 hours! Let's say now that you have 50,000 unique hits per months, realistic, 100-150 or so (I say this from past experiences and from many highly frequented affiliate marketing blogs). The ones who say that their cookies are good for 45 whole day (good!), but what about the products?
It' either bullshit (a fact that is readily checked by the percent of revenue you would get back from the selling price), or the sheer fact that 10,000+ folks are benefiting it. Amount of money you are spending to promote the blogs and the products does not do the earned revenue fair.
A lot of folks will tell you how to earn 100s from websites with niche mikes etc and you will collect the money. As I quoted, the affiliate revenue is there, but not enough to live on. The majority of the long sales letter you will see with screenshots of insane revenue collected over a 24 hour timeframe, etc. are all forged.
Only in this sector (Internet Marketing / Affiliate Marketing) do you see these LONG wrapped promotional mailings and when you try to exit the page, a notice appears asking you (convincing you for the last time) not to miss this profitable occasion. The Warrior Forum is the place I keep coming back to because it is acclaimed as the online and affiliate marketing hub.
Those who really make money are the ones who sell their goods and sell their service. Someone who makes a say incredible slide show for WordPress earns money. It'?s not the affilates. As an example, Thesis WordPress topic from DIY Themes is certainly earning money, their partners are "sooooooooo" many (focus delivered) that the whole marketing is hacked and spread among the 1000s of partners and what everyone gets in turn are a few $100 best (if any).
So why on earth should a someone who has found a way or secretly sponsors a prescription to earn $10,000 a months should divide it with you for a few weak dollars? Every other guru would support each other and the novice like you and me, those who are in beds all morning and dream how we could go on-line and make a very good living and cancel our job and take the holidays, would be cheated by these so-called gurus, and money from our wallet (you will notice) will flow to them, be it in the form of SEO tactics, SEM, backlinks acquisitions,
Website building, landing pages sale, mentorship, training sessions, plug-ins, robotics, automatic technologies, mailinglist magics, 100% secure copy service, more secrets prescriptions, analysis utilities, more training sessions, e-books, more readings, the notorious " try-harders, don't give up now " or " shampoo-wash-rinse-repeat " mantra that are continually being smashed into your underlying minds. The ones with deeper bags, and I mean deeper, who have the ressources to buy 1000' domain names, many ressources that work for specialised microwave niches and drive your visitors to them, in one way or another, earning money.
You have a broad range of sites that is equitably equilibrated with a broad range of site visitation ( very high to very low visitation rates ) and they have a very reasonable median revenue. You have the money to make very large purchases of Adwords and other catchwords to increase your website and keep you away from the peripherals.
All the stories you hear about affiliate marketing are like a coke thing. There' s a pushher in there trying to boost or boost their products or services while he keeps you fascinated at all times by the great affiliate revenue stream promises. Enquire around about how many have been successfull at affiliate marketing and what part it constitutes of their total revenue - the response would be amazing for you - very little.
Just ask around to find someone who has really made it - in affiliate marketing, and the response is that you won't find many. However, you will find that most of them move to some kind of products or services that they offer to you, be it letter contents, guru-ness teachings, rope lessons, e-books, distribution, etc. all to tell you how to do it in affiliate marketing worlds.
It'?s about letin? folks know - think before you jump. Web has just blown up with the fake excuse of quick money, automobiles, holidays, debt-free life, shores, jewelry, fine wine, seaside mansions and townhouses........ No damage is done when you learn affiliate marketing. Much of what is learned - is available for free on the web.
You' ll be nervous, disappointed, furious and hurt as soon as you find out how much money you've been wasting. So the only guys I know who make money, but I still haven't seen a profit and loss account, so I'm very careful, are the guys who run very big mailinglists.
If you have numbers in the more than 25,000 people on your mailinglist, it is very possible to make money with them. A lot of reader feels "cheated" when a click on a hyperlink in your listing has somehow earned you money (yes, mad thought, but it's true). Because you can't constantly forward affiliate hyperlinks to your reader, they will see the listing as a resource for spamming and remove themselves from your listing.
Listings are managed like campaigning, which are a few consecutive day apart. Revenue can be "adequate" if the offer and promotion are well thought out. I would like to say, however, that it does take (months, if not years) to have such a long listing of so many individuals who choose to do so, and the most important point to keep in mind in listing is that it refers to a very particular vertical/niche.
They can only sell within this alcove. To build such a vast subscriber roster requires a great amount of money, so if the issue is, you can make it - about rosters, I'd say the judges aren't finished yet. And I don't know what the big thing is, why they can' split evidence.
Affiliate marketing scams are the same magnitude, if not greater, than Nigerian 401 scams. So how come you buy the same BS packed in a different way when someone explains to you how you can make millions in affiliate marketing by purchasing their for $X?
If you remain in this alcove long enough, you will unwittingly evolve from an affiliate marketer to a service or products supplier (think of my words!). You will then also try to find newcomers who are more than 5,000 persons logging into the Warrior Forum or other places like Digital Point, etc., and make a decent livelihood by trying to resell these humans "material" (mostly real material, but just as compensated by a bunch of deceptively pre-packaged BS).
Subtle publicity is so compelling that you'll be attracted to it - the weight of making money will keep attracting you.