Get More Affiliates by Connecting with Serious Niche Bloggers

Brett Chesney Vendor Tips

Written by: Simon Slade, Guest Author Are you struggling to find affiliates to promote your product? Let me introduce you to a hidden source of enthusiastic, targeted affiliates that you probably don’t even know exists. All it takes is a little thinking outside the box! Introducing the Serious Niche Blogger What is this magical spring of targeted, enthusiastic affiliates? Serious …

ClickBank Insider Radio Episode 16: Corbett Barr on Traffic

Brett Chesney Podcast

This week Molly and I were joined by Corbett Barr, the creator of Think Traffic and Fizzle. In just a few short years, he has started multiple popular blogs and created several successful information-based businesses. In this interview, he shares with us how he grew his very first blog to high levels of traffic, and then went on to create …

Why Building Website Authority is the Foundation of Lasting Success Online

Brett Chesney Affiliate Tips, Strategies for Success

Written by: Troy Broussard, Guest Author Anyone involved in Internet Marketing, whether as an affiliate, small business, sizable corporation, or personal brand, knows that nearly every day there is someone trying to give you more tips or tricks to bringing in additional profits online. There are so many potential routes you could take to achieving success online that it’s easy …

Why an Engaged Audience Beats PPC or SEO for Affiliate Marketers… and How to Get One!

Brett Chesney Affiliate Tips, Strategies for Success, Vendor Tips

Written by: Guest Author, Danny Iny Affiliate marketing is the ultimate level playing field. Anyone can get started, and if they’re smart and hard-working, they can be making money in a matter of days. All you’ve got to do is find a good offer, run some good ads, and watch the traffic convert into sales. Right? Well, maybe that used …

Affiliate Marketing: Creating A High Content Authority Site for Affiliate Sales

Brett Chesney Affiliate Tips

Written by: Michael Cecchin & Alex Miller of The Fat Loss Authority Getting Started Before you begin building your website or hiring freelancers, you need to decide what your niche or subject matter will be. I would suggest selecting a niche that you are familiar with, enjoy, and that has a definite demand for continuous content. The worst thing is …

How to Turn Blog Readers into Loyal Customers

Brett Chesney Strategies for Success, Vendor Tips

Written by: Nathan Hangen, Guest Blogger If you’re a blogger who’s thought about creating and selling your own product, you’ve probably heard that in order to make sales you need to get a lot of traffic. What I’ve learned, though, is that there’s a difference between getting a lot of traffic and getting valuable traffic. There’s even a difference between …

How To Use ClickBank as an Affiliate Marketer – 5 Easy Steps

Brett Chesney Strategies for Success

How To Use ClickBank To Make Your First Sale As An Affiliate Written by: Steven Clayton, Guest Blogger One of the things I get asked a lot is where to begin as an affiliate marketer. It can all be so overwhelming. There are so many different ways to get traffic, build sites, and pick products to promote (these are the …

New FTC Endorsement Rules

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The U.S. Federal Trade Commission continues to make internet commerce a top priority. The FTC recent issued new regulations that govern the use of “endorsements” to promote products. Those regulations can be found at 16 C.F.R. § 255 or here. Note, the new regulations are effective December 1, 2009. The new regulations cover all sorts of third party testimonials and …

The Importance of Relationships in Affiliate Marketing

Brett Chesney Strategies for Success

Posted by: Beau Blackwell, Community Manager Last week, I attended the BlogWorld Expo in Las Vegas. It’s a great event for learning about the latest advances in online marketing, and is filled with people who are serious and passionate about learning the best methods for achieving online success. Although only a small portion of the event and sessions are geared …