Hi everyone, I just wanted to share with you my 6 month progress so far.I've reached 129 bucks in commissions, and sold 4.7K worth of stuff in revenue.I know that the commissions are low on Amazon, so that's why you'll need to promote products above 90 to 100 dollar range.Then a few days later got a few more sales, and hit 133 dollars in commissions.So if you're doing Amazon Associates, aim for products that are expensive.SInce the commissions are low, then traffic will be the name of the game.
What's happening, everyone.I just wanted to post my progress for you to see.Five months from building my website, and you can see a little bit of progress.The traffic is pretty much all organic, through using long tail keywords.I know it's not a lot, but it's working. lolAnd you'll be able to see from Jan through March, that I didn't make any sales. But this was the building phase.You'll see 6 items haven't shipped yet. Hopefully, I hit $100 once these products ship.I plan on getting more sales
Alright, so the site I've created is around January. And I want to say, the WA training works.I saw my first affiliate income at about $3; then it's now $14 from a four-month old site.I know it's not a lot, but that's what it all takes — just small wins.I've dabbled from drop shipping to selling digital products, and I can say affiliate marketing is the ideal business model for me because I don't have to worry about fulfillment, shipping, designing, and customer service. You can apply aff
Good day everyone,I just wanted to post that I've reached 40K of word counts this month. This is a great feeling. I joined WA 2 months ago and got up to 40k of word counts but I know this may not be anything special.I've decided to put my 1st site, which has 23 articles on hold and instead focus on building the 2nd site, I have 10 articles so far.My goal is to focus on the 2nd site from now on and make it grow.Just wanted to share my thoughts.
Alright, I've managed to post around 23 blog posts on my first site; however, I'm pivoting into building my second site, which I started working on three days ago.I somewhat did the 1st site wrong and deviated from the training and posted "how to articles." Instead, I should have had been focusing on promoting products by doing reviews and building quality content around that, and comparing that to other products.I should have been doing product reviews 80% of the time and kept the "how to" art
Alright, I know this may be a completely irrelevant topic but, I got a few more sales this month from my Udemy course. I know it's nothing big but I see the potential making money online.Here is a timeline from August to now.I've developed a course in Udemy back in August through September and I've been getting paid every other week / month. I didn't even have to do anything, the course just sits there and I get paid whenever someone purchases it.But the thing with Udemy is they keep 50% of eve
I'm all aboard and signed up for Premium. I learned a lot so far from building a site in Wordpress, to SEO and keyword research.Browsing through WA, there is a community here with like-minded individuals with the same goals that I have.Now I'm here and ready to learn while taking action.Jose