A Very Humbling $12,803.26 Month - August Progress Report

Last Update: September 15, 2018

I was really debating on if I should share my report for the month of August. Mainly because my goal is to provide you all with something of real value rather than the money I’ve made with my online business.

Not to say that you all don’t like seeing money success of other members. But I guess I thought what’s the point if it isn’t helping others learn how to also reach their money goals.

So eventually I decided to give the update because although the month of August was a successful one, it was very humbling at the same time. Let me explain...

My Very Humbling August Experience

My start to the month was going very well. Much better than the month of July which wasn’t too shabby. Check out my July Progress Report. I was able to make almost 13K for the month of August

Through the first 14 days, I was on pace to make at least 24K. Then August 15th came, and my main merchant went offline.


For those that aren’t familiar with the term It’s when a merchant is no longer providing funds to an affiliate network to pay affiliates. In this case, Sharesale is the affiliate network that the merchant uses for their affiliate program.

So when they go offline, affiliate links no longer work on your site, therefore you get no credit for any sales that are made.

So I got in contact with the Director and he said that they were planning on moving from Sharesale to another platform called Impact Radius. So until that move was completed, I would be making ZERO sales.

The director said I would be compensate for any sales made through my site, so that was somewhat good to hear. But until you see the money, it's hard to really feel comfortable.

Not only that, but I was very concerned about my site being negatively affected for SEO since I had dead links on it.


So after a couple of more emails to the director asking for an update on the switch, eventually he introduced me to the new affiliate partners and platform was up and running on the 25th. Basically I was making no money from them for 10 whole days.

Now everything is up and running, and the article is still atop the searches.

Traffic has dropped significantly due to less people searching for the service, but I’m still making anywhere from $150 to $300 a day instead of the $500 to $700 I was making before the switch. Still a nice piece of change so can’t complain too much.


Also I’m guessing I’ll be compensated anywhere from 7 to 8K for the missed conversions. Still have to speak with the director about it and come to an agreement on the amount. He said it should be settled by the end of next week. So we’ll see how that goes.

But I did learn something from this experience.

Never Rely On Just One Source Of Income

Not like that was my goal to begin with, but I will admit that I did slack off a bit. So this experience has brought my focus back to where it needs to be, which is putting in that work.

It’s important to find ways to create multiple streams of income, because you never know when one will disappear.

Which is why I’m back on my grind working on my site that promotes WA and thinking of other projects to get into.

Because I know how good Kyle and Carson are about making payments to their affiliates. I’ve never heard of any complaints about payments being missed.

Of course you never know what the future holds for WA, but that’s with anything in life. But I trust what’s going on within this wonderful company.

Final Thoughts

This is what makes building a business so fun. There are always new experiences you go through good or bad.

And the best part is learning from these experiences that give you the motivation to build your business even better.

So for anyone that is a bit frustrated with their current progress, don’t get down, but look at it as a fun challenge.

It’s when going through the tough times you learn so much about yourself on how to become a better person overall.

Well I hope you guys enjoyed this update and hope you were able to learn a few things. Not sure if I will give an update for September since I plan on putting in that work for my second site, but we’ll see.

So I wanna hear from you all. How important is it to you to create multiple streams of income? Please share below.

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cld111 Premium
Way to go Ralph! You're killing it! And I appreciate the talk about when things go wrong. Those challenges are going to come up in this business, so thanks for being honest about it.

Like you, I actually enjoy some of those challenges. It really makes you have to use your brain to come up with solutions.

Like you said, it's fun! :)

- Christina
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RD40 Premium
Thanks Christina! I agree with everything you said. It's easy to get down when things aren't going wrong, but that's the nature of business and it will happen often.

But as long as you embrace those challenges, you'll see it more as fun because you'll be learning how to overcome them.
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mbouteiller Premium
Hey Ralph,

Wow... thank you for sharing your success! This is very inspirational!

Perfect timing as I've thought all day that I really need to get my mind in gear and be more focused, more determined and write my goals. I can do this and I will do this...

I'm following you now!!

I look forward to hearing more of your successes..

Monica
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RD40 Premium
You're welcome Monica! You can definitely do this. Just keep putting in the work and be consistent.
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mbouteiller Premium
Thank you Ralph. I appreciate your support.

Monica
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RD40 Premium
You're welcome!
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louiseguil22 Premium
I also just got approved for an affiliate program through share a sale but then it went offline. Wondering if it’s the same one! Anyways as you say it’s best to rely on more than one income stream and I’m trying to work the others to my advantages that Are available! :)
All the best and thanks for your insight and inspiration
Louise
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RD40 Premium
Yea finding a good merchant is key to long term success in this affiliate marketing game. When doing your research, check out google trends to see how that company is doing. It will give you an idea of what people are looking with that company.
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louiseguil22 Premium
Some good advice thanks so much! :)
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RD40 Premium
You're very weclome.
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PBaytan1 Premium
Thanks for sharing this blog. I agree that it's super important in diversifying your income streams. Currently, I am going through WA affiliate bootcamp, but I'm also including other affiliate offers in my reviews and links to increase income possibilities and add stability to the income.

I hope you get all the money you deserve and wish you all the best!
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RD40 Premium
Thanks Paul. A little advice, try to focus more on driving traffic to that main source which is WA, then branch off to others as you start to get traction with it. All the best to you and your business.
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spurs1958 Premium
Right now it would be nice to make just one stream of income, but I do take your point. I think it would be very easy to think you have it made when you have a healthy income coming in. The way I see it is when the ball starts rolling its almost unstoppable and really has no end and success then is inevitable, providing you keep doing what was working.

Cheers
Michael
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RD40 Premium
Yea if you're just starting out, definitely focus on building that first stream. Then as you gain more experience, work on building more. Despite my current success, there is still soooo much I still have to learn.
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Roybretton Premium
Thank you for your great post-Ralph, this is an interesting one! I have an affiliate program that was closed and they haven't paid me yet, I'm still hoping to be paid out. As you mentioned, it also affects all the links et cetera which I have now changed after a lot of work.

Although your sales are down Ralph, traditionally August is a quieter month in my experience, as people are away on holiday and doing family things.

Enjoy your day and keep up the good work.

Roy
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RD40 Premium
You're welcome Roy! Yea I kind of figured that since traffic has decreased as well. But to be honest, I don't get too worried because even if the income stopped, I already know that I can make money online. So I will just work on building another source. I love the experience of building a business and everything that comes with it. It makes the whole process worth it.
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Roybretton Premium
Thank you for taking the time to reply Ralph, I do appreciate it. It is great that you have learnt so much Ralph and it has given you the confidence to know that you can make money online, in other words, rinse and repeat!

I find it utterly amazing that we can make an income from sitting at home, obviously, we have to work, but just a few years ago no one would have believed that this was possible!

Enjoy your day Ralph and keep up the good work.

Roy
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RD40 Premium
Yes it truly is amazing. The crazy thing is that there are still many people that can't imagine making money other than working a 9 to 5. This creates a great opportunity for those willing to take action to become very successful. All the best to you Roy.
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Roybretton Premium
This is so true Ralph, even before the Internet became available I actually saw people who could actually do much better for themselves but stuck with there nine till five job! I have people who are quite close to me who really don't understand the power of the Internet at all, I know that many people think that I'm wasting my time, but we know different!
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dkohara Premium
I’ve just started and I appreciate the advice. Well done with the numbers too, most impressed. I’m running my affiliate business alongside a property investment business. My partner mainly runs that one, but not having all your eggs in one basket is a philosophy i’ll be pitching to my fellow property people - add a second string to your bow and come do some affiliate marketing with me and the WA crew.
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RD40 Premium
Thanks Dave!
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serenedreams Premium
Inspiring !
I started just over month ago. I created 4 sites, all I am passionate about. But decided to concentrate more on 2 sites, that I am able to write more often than for others. What do yu suggest my strategy should be ? I am thinking of posting more often like at least twice a week on both websites. Do you think I can merely rely on Organic traffic to make money/sales ?
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RD40 Premium
My honest advice would be to focus on just one site. Instead of posting twice a week for 2 sites, post 4 articles a week for one site. You will find yourself getting traffic much quicker that way. As a newbie, Organic traffic will be your main source since it is free. The more you write, the more traffic you will potentially receive.
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RussellO1 Premium
I am always glad to hear about yours and other successes, including the financial ones. You added the negative experience and that too is welcome. It will help me and others stay focused on the cautions that we have received here. So thank you very much for sharing. I look forward to September's report.
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RD40 Premium
You're welcome Russ! Glad you found this helpful.
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cwpickett Premium
Thank you for sharing. You helped clear up my doubts about online affiliate business. There is indeed money to be made. I agree with you, multiple income streams are important to have, as you pointed out. I guess that's why WA offers 25 websites as a premium member. I can't imagine managing that many, but maybe once they get set up they will work on their own. I'm still learning the ropes, only been with WA for a couple of months. Thanks for the inspiration.
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RD40 Premium
Oh trust, there is definitely money to be made in this business. Just focus on building that one website, and you'll learn how to build others that also make money for you.
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XavierPerez1 Premium
Great post. I am glad that this is working for someone and making some type of revenue is awesome. I think that we are all after that exact goal. Yes, I too have slacked off but it's not because of this or that. Creating multiple directions I agree is essential going forward and being able to stream those lines to bearing fruit is where the great spot is. That is where I am at this point. Hope fully someday, someone will simplify this entire process. Thanks RD. Continued success!

Xav
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RD40 Premium
You're welcome Xavier! Unfortunately the road to success isn't easy. But you will get there eventually as long as you continue to put in the work and not give up. Just follow the training because it provides you with the foundation to make it in this business. And trust, this business is working for many here in WA, some just choose to keep it private.
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keishalina9 Premium
Wow!

... fantastic results from your diligence. . . multiple streams of income helps to mitigate financial risk of loss --

--- yes, it would be ideal to have a number of streams flowing in ... and the big question is how much do we actually need? ...

thanks kindly for sharing, all the best, cheerio... :)
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cwpickett Premium
How much do we actually need? As much as we want. Wouldn't it be great to not scrimp and save and work ourselves to death, and instead sit on the beach sipping pina coladas while our online business is pumping out cash!
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RD40 Premium
Thanks Keisha! How much you need depends on the kind of lifestyle you're looking to build for yourself. Figure out what you need for the lifestyle you want, and create the cashflow to help provide that lifestyle for you.
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MBjorn Premium
Thanks for the update! Very inspirational read.

I fully agree, that it's necessary to have more than one income stream.
On the other hand, I also know that I can't work on too many different projects at once. If I spread myself too thin, none of them will amount to anything... ;)

It's another one of those balances in life, I guess.

Thanks for the post,

Best wishes,
Michael
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RD40 Premium
Thanks Bjorn! Yes I should have also mentioned that it's important to focus on the one source in the beginning. Then branch off into others as you gain more experience,
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Paul1916 Premium
This is inspirational - I too am with shareasale but have very little success with them. I am getting better results with commission junction...

Can you share how you get that level of traffic please?
Is it from review based posts? How to posts? Best list posts? Paid ppc traffic? social media? Anything else?

I really would like to know how you get that level of traffic if possible please?
Thanks in advance if you get the time to reply.
Paul
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RD40 Premium
Hey Paul! Just for clarification, it wasn't sharesale that as the problem it was the merchant switching from sharesale to another platform. Sharesale is a really good affiliate network.

In regards to the traffic, I would recommend you read my June Report to learn how it happened. Hope you find it valuable.
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phollett Premium
I am selling a big ticket item, and because it is a low cost franchise as well, I am encouraging people to join WA as a means to learn to market the product on line.

I am also going to do as Kyle said link to products like books that relate to what the blog is about so, I look at that as multiple sources.

Thanks for the post and it is very encouraging.
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RD40 Premium
That's a pretty good Idea Phyllis! I'm interested to see how that goes for you. I'm glad you found this post motivating.
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davehayes Premium
Interesting post especially about SAS, I have an affiiate account with them but have never been entirely happy with it, or them.

That said your post is very encouraging for those who are still wondering if they have made the right move, especially if they had made no money yet... This shows that does come

Very pleased for you and as you say never rely on just on income

Only got to look at the local supermarket for that, in my view the best example of does affiliate marketing working in real life!!

Try picking evergreen products with a good value and high ticket commission if possible, but well done.
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RD40 Premium
Thanks Dave! It's also good to keep in mind that everyone's path to success will be different. What works for one person doesn't always work for the next. But as long as you follow the training and put in the effort, eventually you will find your breakthrough. 2 years ago I was a complete newbie to affiliate marketing. Today, I'm a more confident person when it comes to creating content. But I still have soooo much to learn. Especially now that I will be working on my MMO site promoting WA.
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Kickbacked Premium
Hi Ralph

Am not at this point yet in WA, still in the learning process of affiliate marketing.

Having multiple streams of income is important, which is similar to investing.

You don't want all your eggs in the same basket in case the bottom falls out.

Have a blessed day!

Tim
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RD40 Premium
I agree Tim! Thanks for commenting and I wish you much success with your business.
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Kickbacked Premium
Thanks, Ralph!
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RD40 Premium
you're welcome!
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MarietteC Premium
its really encouraging to hear that it really is possible to earn a living from working online. At this stage for me as a beginner, it just seems that I am putting so much time and effort into building my website, but not making anything out of it yet. How long does it take to really start earning? I suppose it also depends on the site you have. Could you please share your website link with us so that we can see your site?
Mariette
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RD40 Premium
Hi Mariette...Unfortunately i'm not comfortable sharing my site at this time, but I will say that I know exactly how you feel. I started 2 years ago not knowing anything about affiliate marketing. But I followed the training and put in a lot of work. I made my first sale of $4.50 in month number 6. So it can take a bit for those with no experience, but know that it is possible. Just don't give up and put in the work, and you'll reach your goals.
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MatthewLS Premium
Me personally I have always thought the best way to go is to get multiple streams of income going. mostly because of the point you pointed out. if you rely on one income source if that one goes away you will have no income coming in since your only income source is gone.

Me I have a few i am working on now you always have to have that fall back plan.

just say you were only promoting WA and something happened to WA (not saying anything will happen to WA just an example). All your income is coming from this one income source so basically you are out of luck. now you have to find another income stream to get your income back up.

in my opinion it is just like starting back over again because you will have to go through all your sales funnels and blog posts and change out all your affiliate links that go to that program. you may have the traffic still to your site. but you will be more focused on fixing all your links and CTA's that it will take away precious time from you creating content you know?\

even if you have two income streams and one goes down you still will have to fix your CTA's and links to. The only thing is you will have that second income stream still kicking in. So it is always good to have another income stream.

even if it is two sites one promoting only WA and another program or two or even a niche site based on whatever it is you want to promote. that is what I am doing and it is working traffic is coming in both sites so i am happy

i hope the best for you thanks for the share

matt
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RD40 Premium
Very good points Matt! I agree that it's smart to build multiple streams to limit the damage if one of those sources go down.
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Sruffey Premium
I guess this post goes along with the old saying, don't put all your eggs in the same basket. You are saying sometimes platforms change and it may take time before your site will start bringing in revenue again. Diversity in a online business is the best way to go to keep making money online.
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RD40 Premium
I think they changed platforms to extend their billing. Sharesale pays 20 days after the month where sales were made. This new platform pays a 45 days. Sales volume increased so much the last few months, I guess they couldn't keep up with affiliate payments.
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nathaniell Premium
When affiliate programs run into problems like that it's a real problem for affiliates. I had tons of recurring sales from one program, making $3k/month recurring for several years.

They switched networks, and it suddenly dropped to $1500/month, then $800/month.

Hm. Too much of a coincidence to just say it was a drop in conversions after several years of being steady.

So I feel ya!

In a decade though, after you've diversified, my guess is that these fluctuations hurt less and less. This has been my experience so far!
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RD40 Premium
Exactly, I was thinking the same thing, but what can you do. It's definitely a learning experience and it's comforting to hear a seasoned vet like yourself experience the same.

But I will adapt and like you said, after years of this, I will be better equipped to handle situations like this. Thanks for sharing Nathaniell!
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HeidiY Premium
Great reminder. It’s still early days for me, but I am working on two sites. My niche site has multiple affiliate partners and Bootcamp site mainly WA at the moment but I have added a couple of theme developers and expect that will build out as the content comes.

Thanks for your post, it is motivating to see others achieving the heights I wish to be at.
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RD40 Premium
I'm glad you enjoyed it Heidi. Wish you all the success with your business.
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Jadatherapy Premium
Hi and congratulations you did good. lol

I have always believed in multi-stream incomes because I feel this is the way to go for a lifestyle change.

Also always on a lookout for new channels. Never sleep on that because as you said you never know.

Thank you for sharing much appreciated. Keep up the good work.
Jennifer
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RD40 Premium
you're right about that Jada! I'm already working on some things getting ready for 2019. I expect it to be amazing. All the best to you and your business.
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Jadatherapy Premium
You are welcome
Keep my updated
Wishing you the best success
Jennifer
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Vickic3 Premium
Hi Ralph- Communication has built the bridge for you with this change and I am sure you will be well looked after
I always have a few eggs in a few baskets because as you say, you never know what may happen so as I build I gain more baskets which hopefully will bring me some golden eggs :)
Early days for me, however, I keep moving forward and learning from people like you
Thank you
Vicki
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RD40 Premium
I'm glad you found this helpful Vicki! But yes, having more than one basket is crucial to anyone's business. Wish you much success on your business ventures.
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Vickic3 Premium
And you Ralph- Loving your attitude :)
Vicki
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Nancy29 Premium
I grew up being told “don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” I think this applies here too. Businesses are asking for trouble if they rely on too few suppliers, so we need to set up multiple income streams as well. Thanks so much for sharing your information. It’s wonderful to see a slice of real life for a successful affiliate.
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RD40 Premium
Ain't that the truth. Even though I was already working on building other streams, it sure was an eye opening experience. It did help that the director was in constant communication with me. I'm glad you found this helpful.
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Calvinator63 Premium
Just today I was mentioning a similar scenario to another member here regarding keeping a diversified portfolio of your streams of income.

I have know too many websites owners that were completely wiped out from a simple Google algorithm change, where if they had multiple websites in different niches or different style business models they might have been able to adapt to the change quick enough to compensate for the losses.

But since they only had one stream it wiped them out completely.
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RD40 Premium
Yes it's definitely a good idea to make sure you have other streams, because you just never know. But for newbies, it's probably important to focus on learning how to build one stream, then branch out to others once you starting gaining more experience.
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SAWalden Premium
This is very inspiring and thought provoking especially for us new to affiliate marketing.

You bring up a good point about not relying on one source of income - a good message for everyone in affiliate marketing or not!

Thank you for being such a positive and motivating force!

Wishing much continued success!

Susan
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RD40 Premium
Thanks Susan! I would probably recommend newbies focus on building that once source first, then slowly build up others as more experience is gained. I wish you all the success with your business as well.
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salesmch45 Premium
I'm sure you've heard this before but "I'd love to have your problem" (smiles). Although when it hits, it may be less than satisfying but you will (already are) bounce back. With the amount of traffic and success you've had, is there a way at all for you to create whatever it is you are offering? In that case, it can't disappear and you are no longer just an affiliate. The people who are offering what you sell need visitors but you already have that part of the equation done. Available through the First Bank of Ralph.right??
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RD40 Premium
Yea i'm sure everyone would love to have my problem. But yes through this experience, I have been thinking a lot about creating my own product so I wouldn't have to rely on just affiliate marketing. So that is definitely something i'm keeping my mind open to for the future. Right now, I'm just trying to get consistent cashflow so that it will open me up to other business ventures I want to pursue.
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JackieSmith Premium
This is great news Ralph! I'm so happy for you. I'm learning a lot about myself at this moment in time. ;-)

At the moment my focus is on my MMO niche and ads. Once I have succeeded in this, I will branch out into other streams - I need to be successful in one area before I can tackle another.

Wishing you continued success in your online business.!
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RD40 Premium
I totally agree Jackie! I should have mentioned in my post, but it is definitely important to focus on building that one stream of income, then branch off into others once you have a better understanding of how to do it. This is especially true for newbies.
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nudawn311 Premium
Thank you for the great motivation! I'm very new at WA, building a website, making a living online ect all that. I just started 2 months ago and have a long way to go.. I have so much to learn before i know i can earn.. I am finally able to put in an extra few hours a day to get this really going for me. After hearing so many success and failure stories , I believe it is best to keep a few different income streams to be successful. I havn't gotten there yet but am willing to learn! Thank you again for this great inspirational artcle! I sure needed after having such a rough start. Have a blessed day!
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RD40 Premium
I'm glad you found this helpful Dawn! yes building those streams of income is important. I would recommend focusing on a couple in the beginning, then branch out to others once more experienced is gained.
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BrianCheng Premium
Wow!
Taking off. Seat belt please.
Congrats Ralph.

Cheers,
Brian
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RD40 Premium
Yes sir! Thanks Brian!
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Zarina Premium
I was waiting for your post, Ralph :) Thanks for sharing your experience!!! I always try to focus on multiple streams of income: for now WA and Amazon are the main ones, hopefully soon will be able to use Adsense or something like that too.
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RD40 Premium
Sorry for making you wait to long Zarina...lol. Yea I'm loving this journey of building a business. It's soooo much better than having to sit in a cubicle learning nothing. I wish you much success with your business.
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Zarina Premium
Tell me about it!!! I always new office is a bad fit for me lol, non-compatible personality-wise, if you will haha.
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suzzziq Premium
I totally agree with you, in that we do need to be working with several affiliate programs. I have been with Share a Sale for a few weeks now, but I never knew that I wouldn't get paid commissions if they were offline. That is so not fair:(

You still definitely had a great month, though! Congratulations:)
Blessings:)
Suzi
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RD40 Premium
Thanks Suzi! Yea if the merchant doesn't fund their account, sharesale will put them offline and you wont get any credit for sales since the links are dead. But the director has been great with communication during this whole process. So hoping all goes well come the end of next week in compensating me for missed conversions.
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suzzziq Premium
Thank you:). Does the director you are referring to work for Shareasale, or is he/she the director of the affiliate program?
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Fleeky Premium
Thank you for share, that is great achievement!
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RD40 Premium
You're welcome, and Thanks!
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HuyNLe1989 Premium
I’m glad to hear that you got that figured out.

I can only speak for myself, but you are one of the many people that is very inspiring to us newer members. I can say even more inspiring than some because your actually in a niche and not promoting MMO.
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RD40 Premium
Thanks Huy! I happy to hear that this post inspires you so much. Yea I felt it only made sense to start off with a niche site before promoting WA since I've never made money online. But now that I've found success with it, I feel very confident in promoting this great program. I wish you the best!
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HuyNLe1989 Premium
That what I was thinking as well. Niche site first to prove the system works, and MMO website after.
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MozMary Premium
Thanks for this update, glad you decided to go ahead with it - useful on soooooo many levels :)

Yes, I've heard peeps talk about being dependent on one program and suffer because of it but it is so tempting when you get a big earner...

it's wonderful to see you do so well, I'm not sure I'd have been so cheerful at what that guy did for 10 days, sounds like a bit of respect needed there for his affiliates who are doing the work of driving traffic and sales to him - did you tell him about the dead links issue, make him aware you guys have a biz to run too...

...all the bootcampers of course will be showing you off lol, but certainly great boost for everyone and I am looking forward to the next update!! :)
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RD40 Premium
You're welcome Mary!

Yea the Director of the program has been very good with communication. He always responds quickly to my emails and definitely respects me as one of his high affiliate earners.

Him and his team was a bit overwhelmed with the transition switching platforms. So all in all things are working out. But i'll be even happier once I get compensated for the invalid links which I made him aware of.

As far as bootcampers showing me off, i'm totally cool with that...lol. I owe it to everyone in this awesome community.

All the best to you and your business Mary!
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TDomena Premium
Congratulations! I agree that multiple streams of income is key. Rather than learning that from affiliate income, I learned that from freelancing. It's good the affiliate wasn't down for long, and they'll settle with you on a repayment amount. Thanks for sharing your story!
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RD40 Premium
Thanks Tiffany and you're welcome! I wish you a lot of success with your business ventures.
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TDomena Premium
Thanks! Same to you! Now you've hit 5 figures, let's add another "0"! LOLOLOL!
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lynnsam61 Premium
Ralph,
Thanks for sharing your story. It's never a good idea to put all your eggs in one basket as this illustrates. It sounds like a challenging situation but you made it work out. Congrats!
Erica
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RD40 Premium
You're welcome Erika! Yea, I have plans to do many things when it comes to business. But I know I slacked off a bit when it came to working on those things.
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Motly20 Premium
well done on your success.
A top lesson for me I have just got to keep going and see what happens. Never give up on looking for what you really want out of this business. Best wishes and good luck.
Matthew
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RD40 Premium
Thanks Matthew! Yes, success is never achieved through quitting. So continue to create content and learn from your experiences.
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