As some of you may know, I'm a tattoo artist with some 20 years' experience.
So if there are any tattoo artists or tattoo apprentices around here raise your heads!
I can't possibly be the only one.
I came across WA when I tried to pursue an Affiliate Marketing training course which costs over $5000 (yeah, yeah, everything included). I'm a research addict, and it made no sense to me that all the people I know who are into affiliate marketing could have paid so much money to figure out how to do it. So my research brought me here and I feel very cozy and thankful for everything it offers but most of all for the community. I'm no ambassador or have taken the Bootcamp training, but so far WA is just unbelievable.
I believe in step-by-step rather than a dive in strategy when it comes to moneymaking, so I took advantage of this opportunity and made a dream come true:
I've launched a website for tattoo apprentices and aspiring tattoo artists.
I wanted to share my knowledge and help the next generation of tattooers do it the right way, so this ancient trade can keep its culture's traditions and safely evolve to newer and higher dimensions of art. I wanted a safe place for newbies to ask, to err, to get constructive criticism and positive feedback and basically get better together by helping each other. I didn't know I could link this dream to affiliate marketing (of tattoo supplies, products, art and services) and this is how WA has made my dream come true. I am so proud of my new website, though it holds many promises I have yet to keep. My biggest (HUGE...) problem is my time management. I can't find a daily period of time long enough to write, manage, think, photograph, research (!), troubleshoot and consult. My head is gushing with content to write, connections I can make goals to achieve. not even a single affiliate link yet. I wish each day had 50 hours instead of 24.
Like tattooing, posting content stays on the web forever once it's out of your hands. I try to be very careful with every word and image, every idea and opinion because it will define my presence online for good. I do that by always thinking about how the person on the other side, the reader, is going to take it in, if at all.
I would like to share this new "baby" of mine with you. Even if you're not into tattooing at all. I bet you'll find it interesting to peek into this industry's "behind the scenes" and probably have some insight for me (on anything!!) so here goes:
I endlessly appreciate you reading so far.
Love & Ink,