A couple of years ago I created a training called How To Create A 6 Figure Website and it seemed to help a lot of people.

This training revolved around a keyword strategy I discovered - creating best of lists with the year.

The truth is I was still pretty new to affiliate marketing then and have learned a lot since creating that training.

I wanted to make a new training that pieces together everything I've been talking about and experimenting with the last couple years.

This training is going to be much more comprehensive and is like a 3 year plan. This includes

  • The do's and don'ts of affiliate marketing (from my experience
  • Niche research
  • Finding best of lists (going beyond just best of lists with the year)
  • Creating individuals reviews (I've learned the power of individual reviews and now believe they're as powerful as best of lists when done right).
  • Creating a Youtube channel (You'll learn how I made over $1500 with just 5 videos).
  • Hiring a cheap and quality writer (This is essential to growing your brand and scaling).
  • Looking at ad networks
  • An easy paid traffic technique
  • Tools and page builder I use (hint: it all comes from one place - Thrive Themes):

And more.

I truly believe when done right the information here can help put you on a path towards $5000 to $10,000+ per month in a few years.

Why listen to me?

If you didn't know I didn't make a single dollar in my first 18 months with affiliate marketing. I worked very hard too and posted quality content every single day.

The problem was the keywords I targeted weren't "money" keywords and they were way too low traffic.

I was obsessed with finding low competition keywords when I first started. So I would rank but wouldn't get any traffic.

After a year of no results I changed up my strategy and focused on money keywords that got more traffic.

Since then (summer of 2016) I've created 3 websites that have made over $2,000 a month. Each of these sites made 2K a month 6 to 7 months after starting them.

My current site (in the make money at home niche) has made over $1,000 in back to back months and I was getting zero traffic 7 months ago.

In this time I've sold one website for $40,000 and another website for $30,000. I've also stated a Youtube channel that's made over $1500 and has gotten hundreds of thousands of views with just 5 videos.

I remember the feeling of working every day and getting no results. I also remember the feeling when I first started making money and how happy it made me.

The difference between me making money and not making money had nothing to do with effort. I probably wrote more when I WASN'T making money.

Honestly making money and not making usually comes down to something very minor like keyword selection or picking the right niche.

My hope is this training can help anyone struggling to make money and put you on the right path.

If you're willing to give it 2 hours a day, 5 days a week this training combined with Wealthy Affiliate will help you be successful.

The first section in this training will focus on what you should and shouldn't do with affiliate marketing.

The One Thing I Ask

The only thing I ask is that you read the entire training and check the comments before reaching out.

I don't mind helping and expect to get a lot of emails. Just make sure your question isn't already answered here.

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Sebastian089 Premium
Hi Dylan,
I just want to thank you for this valuable training!!!
Very helpful!!!
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks!
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skmorrow Premium
One more question. I completely understand not adding affiliate links to a review until it gets some decent traffic. But why link from an individual review (without an affiliate link) back to a "best of" post? Maybe I am not reading that right?

As a reader, I would be irritated if I am looking at a product review and am not directed to a place to buy that product.
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AndrewMichae Premium
Hi Steve,

That post may contain further information relevant to the reader. And it makes sense to have affiliate links in a best-of post.

Also, creating internal backlinks within your site adds up to good SEO.

Hope this helps.

All the best.
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skmorrow Premium
Yes, I understand the value of internal links. I edited my question, I don't think I asked it correctly. If I am reading a product review as a consumer, I probably want a link to buy that product, not a link to a "best of" post.
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Zarina Premium
I would link to the product sale page too. Of course, interlinking it somewhere like "best ____" and then affiliate link to that particular product.

Same with best of posts - I link to an individual product review then an affiliate link.

Hope this helps, Steve.
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skmorrow Premium
Yes, that's what I was thinking too. Internal links are excellent.

I understand not adding an affiliate link to a review until it gets' some decent traffic, that sounds like a good idea.
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Zarina Premium
Yeah for sure. Once you get traffic, def add links, and make sure you have a few really at the top so people click on those.
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skmorrow Premium
I don't understand this part:

(it would be kind of suspicious to the reader if all your links just went to Pet Care Supplies).

Why would it be suspicious if all the links point to Pet Care Supplies? We link to Amazon all the time with these "best of" posts and that isn't suspicious, is it?
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AndrewMichae Premium
Hi Steve,

it probably means that a reader may not think you're unbiased when it comes to products from Pet Care Supplies.

By having Amazon and maybe another 1 or 2 affiliate programs you don't just look like a salesperson for Pet Care Supplies.

Hope this helps

All the best
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skmorrow Premium
Not really, because normally we just look like salespeople for Amazon. Most affiliate programs (in my experience) will not approve a brand new website until you have some traffic. Amazon gives you a chance, with 180 days to make 3 sales. That's why so many people start with Amazon.
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AndrewMichae Premium
Perhaps. And Amazon isn't just Amazon. They're also a marketplace for other sellers to have profiles and sell products.
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Zarina Premium
I think people just got used to Amazon, that if you link to anything else it might be unfamiliar for them. Even for my niche I mostly link to Amazon and then I have another link to a specific store specific in my niche.
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earlofpearl Premium
Hey I learn a lot from this course and never really mention, one question on lesson 8, Why use that funnel only when you making money already? What about if you have all these FREE bonus on freeway?
I think its very well done, and I trying that, It wouldn't cost me cause I have the products (bonus) to give.
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kittyltsmith Premium
Hi Dylan,

This course is incredible especially for me who had no success with my website after 2 years. Think I need to narrow it down and focus one thing at a time.

Just would like to know your opinion, travel niche is really vast, I am targeting ‘kids friendly travel’, does it mean a niche too competitive?

I signed up TripAdvisor Affiliate program now, but is there any other affiliate program much easier to join and offer better commission? Any advice will be much appreciated.
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Chuck18 Premium
Dylan,
you are an incredible human being. I appreciate all the information you gave us for free.

Hopefully I will be able to meet you some day in person to simply say thank you.

Not everyone is willing to give all these information for free simply to help their fellow human being out.

You are appreciated,
chuck
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks Chuck!
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