How to Become a Super Affiliate

In a time when alternate professions and new career paths are coming up in a big way, super affiliates is a term that is catching everybody’s attention. For the uninitiated, a super affiliate is a person who handles the responsibility of spawning large sales amount for a particular affiliate program. If you are a super affiliate and you are good at it, you can earn amounts reaching six to seven figures, conveniently. And that only by selling products for other people.

So, if we have caught your attention and you are wondering how and if you can be successful in this profession here are some must-haves that you need to put on your checklist.

1. You need to be persevering, determined and focused. You need to be single-mindedly devoted to making money. Whatever maybe the reason behind you appetite for riches—a better life for your family, a cause you want to support—it should be something close to your heart and it should be big enough to keep you motivated. The good thing about this job is that once you have grounded your feet and figured your way around, making money would come as a natural consequence.

2. Remember that affiliate marketing is hard work. This field of work requires strict devotion and loads of hard work. If you plan to take it up on a part-time basis for example, there is a good chance that you wont make it big in this field. You cannot afford to while away time.  You need to be systematic, methodical and good at what you do. You might be working for the same time as any affiliate but you need to be able to produce twice the amount of output.

You have to refrain yourself from getting distracted. There are people who spend long hours on the phone or chatting online with friends in their workplace. If you want concrete results you cant afford that.

You should ideally not waste anytime and try to aim for maximum time efficiency.

3. Internet has a plethora of useful information, irrespective of what field you work in. but it also provide a potential distraction. But if you are a responsible worker, you should have the discipline to be able to use the internet to your advantage, to help you work more efficiently and smartly. You can automate a large degree of your work, by using autoresponders, for example.

4. You should be able to create a special niche for yourself. You should able to prove your worth and make traders believe that you are crucial for the functioning of their enterprise. Once you are in demand you can rightfully ask for better cuts in sales. If you are good people wont mind paying you a few extra bucks because you in turn would rake in higher revenues for them.

5. Once you gain a standing in the professional circuit you can create an enterprise of your own or outsource work to other affiliates. You would have to have great skills, confidence and good interpersonal capacity to reach and sustain a position like this, of course.

Though a lot of people might want to be in this position but only the driven and talented can get to the position of super affiliates.


  • Phil Meyer

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hey Reed,

    Thanks for a really informative article! Although short & to the point, I’ve been able to identify a few areas where I’m going awry in my efforts.

    Best regards,


  • admin

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Thanks Phil I’m glad you enjoyed it.

  • Jon

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008


    I glad you make it we start missing you.
    By the way I want to be a Super Affiliate can you give me some tips.


  • admin

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hi Jon,

    I’m writing up more articles on affiliate marketing as we speak 🙂


  • Britt Phillips

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hi Reed,

    Most people simply refuse to get it. Internet marketing, affiliate marketing, direct sales, business opportunties etc. ALL require work!

  • Robert

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hi Reed,

    Thanks for providing us with a most informative article. I also want to congratulate you on your new blog;)


  • Steve

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hi Reed

    Clear and concise thank you.

    I’m a great believer in being systematic and try to follow people who apply the same strategies.

    I wonder whether one can be driven without the talent and still succeed?

    Best wishes


  • Sammy Paton

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hi Reed

    Great article will CERTIANLY follow your
    All the best

  • Wayne Brooks

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hi Reed,
    I’ve been on your list for sometime now. Congratulations on getting your blog going! Blogging has proven to be a very effective and profitable strategy that literally transformed my affiliate marketing efforts.

    I notice that you’re on Twitter, let me suggest adding your Twitter link in a visible spot on your blog, as it’s a great way to extend the list building model. My motto has become “Don’t just build a list, build a following.”

    Looking forward to your posts.
    Follow me on Twitter at

  • admin

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    @Britt I’ll agree everything worth having requires some effort although a lot can be outsourced which can free you up.

    @Robert thank you glad you enjoyed it.

    @Steve thank you, yes being driven and knowing that you can outsource what you aren’t talented at or aren’t motivated to do can really change your life. I’m diving head-first into outsourcing lately and it’s paying off big time.

    @Sammy thanks

  • admin

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    @Wayne Good idea, how would I do that? I’m just getting started with this WordPress thing.

  • jay

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Nice start! I am truly looking forward to REALLY seeing the “dots” connected with truly executable info. I really hope you will be willing to do that. I have created two websites, two blogs and would love to be a super affiliate. I am exploring CPA which is an area the successful wish to keep to themselves, LOL. Help me with the break I will be truly greatful for.

  • admin

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    @jay yes I will try my best. Keep me posted on what content you’d like in this blog.

  • T.M. Harris

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Reed, I definitely love the new blog, bro! Nice look and everything…plus the content it gold!

    BTW, thanks for helping me and Carlton out this weekend, man! I definitely owe you one!

  • Ethan

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Congrats on your new blog. I understand why you were hesitant to start a blog, it’s time consuming and can become an addiction. Having said all that, I have to say that Search Engines love blogs. I’m sure you’re going to gain a lot more visibility online now.
    Since you are a Minnesotan, like myself, you are invited to utilize the free services on the Twin Cities Encyclopedia website, Add yourself to the Local Listings Directory, blog, post classifieds, and share your upcoming events with others, make friends, create a profile, by posting on TCPedia you get links back to your website that search engines will definitely find. TCPedia is a young website but is experiencing very fast growth, you are welcome to join our online community:

  • Jay

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    What advice would you give to someone who wants to a super affiliate in something OTHER than internet marketing?
    BTW, good luck on the blog–you have a nice start here. I will be back,

  • Chad Flick

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hey Reed,
    I really enjoyed your first post and am looking forward to the rest of your blog’s life, of course I may be biased because I’ve been a fan of yours for quite some time now. Can’t wait to see what’s in store! 🙂

  • Brad Pollina

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hi Reed!

    Great blog! Love the picture!

    I don’t know if it is Firefox 3 or not, but on my view, I see 2 columns of “related sites” that are duplicates of each other then a bunch of white space on the right hand side as I scroll down. Might want to clean that up a bit.

    Looking forward to many more posts and to learn more from you!

  • Henry Griner

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    You Did It Reed! Congrats on entering the Blogging World.

    Now you have a place to jot down all those little details and secrets that your readers want to know about.

    And for those reading along with Reed’s postings here, many Internet Marketers are now moving to using WordPress Blogs because they have found how easy they are to use and how fast they can get indexed in the search engines. Hint.. Hint.. Hint… Follow a success model like Reed.

    Keep up the good work of helping others Reed. Thanks for all you share with us.

    Henry Griner
    Internet Marketing
    Technology Consultant

  • ZurvitaGold

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hi Reed,

    What a great start in blogging. I look forward to additional posts.

  • Carol Smith

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Great post. I have a site and a blog where I work with beginners.

    I constantly “preach” the principles you have talked about here.

    Stay focused. Don’t get distracted. Work from a detailed plan and stick with it. You can never plan too much. That is a way to hold yourself accountable.

    My favorite quote is:

    It’s better to work smart than to work hard. But if you do both — work smart and hard — imagine what you can accomplish.

    Learn to work smart.

    Carol Smith

  • Dave

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Excellent post, definitely useful for someone wanting to do affiliate marketing and really succeed. Keep it up.

  • Artracejr

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hi Reed,
    I also have a blog =

    wishing the best


  • Wayne Brooks

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hey Reed,
    Here are a couple of simple things to do:

    1. Add a signature block to the end of
    your posts and e-mails just add your full
    Twitter URL (
    similar to what you see in my post.


    2. You could use Anchor tags e.g.
    Click Here to Follow Me on Twitter

  • Catherine

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Isn’t your faith in God also important for your success? All that you have is from Him.

    I’ve only done two blog posts so I’m not qualified to critique yours.

    one on yuwie and one blogspot

  • srinivasan

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    I agree that it is easy to get distracted on the internet. One of the major problems is that there is so much knowledge available, you end up with unending quest for more and more knowledge.

    My own personal experience about devoting lot of time while keeping another job is that you end up doing very little within the couple of hours you get.

    So how does one secceed part time?


  • Catherine

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Reed/Wayne you don’t have to do anything your tweet my blog links to your twitter page

  • Ron

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Congrats on your blog!Keep writing posts like that and you’ll have no problems getting traffic.One post and you already have an Alexa of 2.4…not bad.

  • Kate Loving Shenk

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hi Reed–Love your new blog!!

    I’ve just gotten up my wordpress blog/website after a year of trial and error and lovin every moment!!

    Your article rocks!!

    Looking forward to reading more!!


    Kate Loving Shenk

  • ravi

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    great to know

  • Richard Hackworth

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hi Reed,

    Nice job. There are a lot of benefits to blogging. I noticed a jump in my search engine rankings because of the backlinks from my blogs. Keep up the great work.

    Best Regards,
    Richard Hackworth

  • Tim Brydges

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Excellent points Reed! Most people believe Internet Marketing is quite simple, then they don’t make any money and wonder why.

    You have to build your business and make a name for yourself, like you have 🙂

    Great post.

  • ravi

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    I would love to be a super affiliate

  • Matt Garrett

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hi Reed,

    it’s ’bout time you could a blog mate!


  • Mike

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    A mutual friend Pat Marcello (Tellman Knudson) insisted I get to know you.

    …that you’re a JV & affiliate marketing whizkid.

    Without even knowing you, I like how you made a decision to do something and actually did it.

    You didn’t wait to “gas up” a blog. You put it up as a work in progress. Awesome action!

    I’m a merchant looking for affiliates who are interested in 100% commission ($30.00/sale) on a credit repair system (book + videos).

    I know very little about JVs & affiliate marketing…that’s why I’m looking forward to getting to know you.

    I value Pat’s opinions. This is not the place for me to discuss my offer. I want my comment to emphasize my first impression of you as a person who takes action.

    Your blog is a great example.

    I look forward to discovering how I can help you with my skills.


  • Eddie

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    hey Reed,
    Good job,and right to the point,I like it,although I could do without the big words,:),
    I still like it,:)

    I would like to leave you,and everyone who reads this comment a word for thought.

    One of the most important things my Dad taught me was,If one takes one thing,and does that one thing long enough,eventually they will become very good at it.

    Good luck my friend,

  • Edy

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Congratulation on your first blog Reed 🙂

  • admin

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    @T.M. Thank you

    @Ethan nice to have a fellow Minnesotan on the blog, I’ll take a look at that site.

    @Jay I would suggest focusing on one niche and build a list, focus on JV relationships and create your own products

    @Chad thanks 🙂

    @Brad thanks I’ll look into that, still a work in progress I appreciate you spotting the bugs

    @Henry and thank you for the extra nudge to get going on the blog

    @ZurvitaGold thank you

    @Carol that’s an excellent point you bring up

    @Dave thank you

    @Artracejr nice to know you are blogging too

    @Wayne thanks for the tip

    @Catherine yes your faith in what you believe in and in yourself can make or break you.

    @Sri focus on list building and joint ventures that’s what I did and it has allowed me to live a life of absolute freedom

    @Catherine ah… yes but I may have to make it a bit more obvious though thanks for the tip.

    @Ron well it’s not that impressive of an alexa rating (I’ve had this domain name for years and it used to be a very popular stock market site but I lost interest in it)

    @Kate thank you

    @ravi glad to help

    @Richard very cool congrats on the success you have had with blogging

    @Tim I would agree with you on that and the easiest way to do that is joint ventures, list building and creating your own products… blogging seems like it may be added to that list soon too 🙂

    @ravi keep checking back for more information here on how to succeed online and in the real world

    @Matt lol yeah… yeah… I know… I know…

    @Mike shoot me an email reedfloren AT

    @Eddie your Dad was right, thanks for the insight

    @Edy thank you

  • Rick Falls

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Welcome to the blogging world Reed !

    I don’t know hwo put you in a headlock and convince you to do it, but I’m glad they did.

    Finally we get a way to siphon off all those genius money making ideas of yours.

    Great post, … just like most of what you have to say, cut to the chase with no fluff.

    I love you man,


  • admin

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    @Rick thank you 🙂 it’ll be a fun site for everyone.

  • Pat Marcello

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hey Reed!

    Glad to see you took my advice. Great article!

    Blogging rules!


  • Wayne Brooks

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Right you are Catherine. However, I’ve found that because of the brevity of Tweets listed in the Tweet My Blog Twitter feed, blog site visitors are generally compelled to read the listings rather than click thru to Twitter and join unless specifically invited to do so. Thanks for the feedback though. 😎

  • admin

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    @Pat thanks for helping me get started.

  • Erum Munir

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Congrats on your new blog! I recently took the plunge, too. Well my second try actually. I tried starting last year and forgot all about it after 3 posts. But now I’m back at it 🙂

  • Lori

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    I think you did a great job on the blog. I am trying to get one of my mentors to do a blog for his website but he’s procrastinating like you did. Regardless the layout and presentation is very clean. I also appreciate the article and am excited to hear that you are already in the process of writing follow ups to give us the entire affiliate marketing picture.


  • zainuri

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

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  • Albert

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hi Reed,

    Congrats, we have to start somewhere. At least you started, most sit on their back sides getting lazy.

    Blogs are time consuming but can be rewarding as well.


    Save up to 50% on fuel consumption.

  • WidgetWoman

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Nice job, Reed!

    Me too, I only recently started a blog, but I’m having fun with it.

    It’s a great way to get the message out about the hottest, most lucrative projects we come across. A blog is a way to communicate quickly, not only with a list, but with as-yet-unknown people who stumble upon you.

    Plus there are blog services (like where I am) that automatically notify many Web 2.0 sites whenever you post something.

    You can get your name and your message into top rankings on Google very quickly that way.

    All for Blog and Blog for All!

    – Widget Woman

  • Robb Auspitz

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Reed, what took you so long to do a Blog???????? Don’t you just HATE when people do that to you? You happen to be very good at this. Excellent posting with a lot of concise, reality based, well written information. In fact, I’m putting this Blog in my Facebook Blog network list and creating a backlink to you in both of my Blogs. Keep up the GREAT work.

  • Viv Deighton

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hey Reed

    Nice blog, great advice. Been on your list for sometime now and now I can follow your blog posts too. I just started one too, not quite finished yet but I agree with what others have said here…it is fun.

    Good luck with it. Agree too about including your tweet details.

    Tweet me and I will tweet you back

    Cheers! Viv

  • Emad Hassan kenona

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    My appreciate for your advice but we need free super affiliate

  • Gill Cala

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Congrats on your new blogging endeavour and best of lucks! Hope to be reading lots of posts…

  • Gregg R Watson

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    I know that there are many advantages in starting a blog
    and I to have been very reluctant to start one as it is so easy to get distracted
    and waste time doing thing that are less important than others
    May be I should doing other things now rather reading and replying to your blog post
    but I could not stop myself as I know that I will have to start blogging sometime

  • admin

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    @Wayne I’d agree with you there

    @Erum thanks I hope your new blog does well

    @Lori thank you, keep me posted if there is any specific internet marketing information you’d like me to write a blog post on.

    @zainuri thank you

    @albert thanks, I’m going to be working on systems and strategies to make blogging not very time intensive and ultra-profitable hopefully it’ll be successful in that area

    @WidgetWoman thanks, I agree a blog has the potential to provide a lot more for you then I had first thought

    @Robb thank you, where do I go to check out your blogs?

    @Viv thank you, I’ll go follow you on twitter as well

    @Emad I was more focused on the mindset in this post

    @Gill thank you, there will be a lot more to come.

    @Gregg if I were to start over from scratch I’d just focus on list building, jv’s and product creation

  • William Stewart

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    I would have been ashamed to have made this post because there are written words that do not deliver the promise which was to tell someone HOW to become a super affiliate.This blog has no links pointing to it yet. One my blogs, has at least 1,000 links pointing to it and the second,, has about 6,000 links pointing to it. All my posts on both blogs will give you extremely detailed step-by-step information about how to make money on the internet or why the United States
    economy is doing so badly.I list about 100 blog directories where you advertise your blogs
    and this directory: will tell you more about internet marketing than you will find in 50 eBooks.

  • admin

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    @William thank you for your feedback, I apologize that you don’t care for the article. Personally I feel that people need to change their mindset before they can become a super affiliate

  • Marcus Schroefel

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hey Reed!

    Welcome to the BLOG – nice to have you on board!
    Now enjoy yourself while multiplying and keep up
    the great work.

    Greetz! Marcus

  • admin

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    @Marcus thanks it should be a lot of fun.

  • John David Cardosa

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hello Reed,
    Congrats on your new blogsite.
    I shall be coming here often to read the comments, and also to post comments myself.
    Well done. And I wish you great success/

  • Marilyn Oseen

    Reply Reply September 2, 2008

    Hi Reed – I’m waiting for my website – is in the progress of being set up. I want to be sucessful an Affiliate Marketing so bad. Am hoping that after I get my website I can get going on it big time.

    Thanks for your info.

    Hope to hear from you again soon.

    Marilyn Oseen

  • Ernie Carroll

    Reply Reply September 3, 2008

    Hi Reed

    Congratulations on getting a blog up. I guess you can tell by everyone that has come by to comment that your a popular guy.

    I have purchased a few of your products and they are worth every cent. But your biggest help to me was you invited me to be a contributor at a giveaway event-and that got my list going with over 200 signups.

    So I will be a regular visitor to your blog.

    Thanks Reed

  • William Beck

    Reply Reply September 3, 2008

    Hi Reed,
    I have been on your list for a few months and have always enjoyed
    the good content you provide. Your new blog is a great article about
    affiliate (super) marketing. I currently have a site featuring affiliate
    products. A lot of work to get seen and ranked.

  • Bill

    Reply Reply September 3, 2008

    Welcome to the blogging world, i cant believe that you havent done this before, just goes to show that you can succeed in a lot of different areas, in fact you dont even need a website or a blog but you do need hard work.

    JVs Suck

  • Jimmy Bradley

    Reply Reply September 3, 2008

    Great blog! Very nice header design.
    Did you do it yourself or did you outsource it?
    If outsourced who did you use?
    I am just getting started in the travel category of affiliate marketing
    and do appreciate you and your advice.
    Have a great day!

  • Omar Martin

    Reply Reply September 3, 2008

    Well it’s about time! I see you’ve taken the time to respond to every post. Awesome. That’ll be hard to keep up. I’m just glad that now I have a place to go spy on you and see ‘the next big thing’ you have up your sleeve. Awesome job bro. Talk soon.

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  • Dennis Francis

    Reply Reply September 3, 2008

    Great start, Reed. I’ve been writing about the nature of this business as well and found that the biggest issue most of my group have is getting the rhythm of the workload down. Consistency is the killer in this business because you have to put in a lot of work that won’t pay off right away.
    It’s like planting corn. You first know what works for your niche and then do it daily. It’s tough when nothing happens for weeks and then pow! It starts to flow. Keep it up, I’m subscribing.


  • admin

    Reply Reply September 3, 2008

    @John thank you

    @Marilyn what’s your site about?

    @Ernie thank you and congrats on your success!

    @William thank you. I’m going to follow you on twitter

    @Bill thanks. Actually for me JV’s have been great and I highly recommend them. You can learn a lot more about that lucrative strategy in my home study course

    @Jimmy thank you. It was all outsourced. Ben Cope set up the blog and made the graphics for me.

    @Omar thank you, I’ll try to keep up with the comments best I can I think it’s a great way to build a relationship with the readership

    @Ivan I’m sorry that marketing hasn’t worked well for you. I’m not sure exactly what all you do but I do hope that my other blog posts will help you achieve the kind of success I’ve had.

    @Woody.z not sure but you’re getting at but ok.

    @Dennis that’s a great analogy on business and life, thank you for sharing.

  • Steve

    Reply Reply September 3, 2008

    Nice article, yep hard work is always a key component to any activity if you want to be good at it. So many wannabe Internet Marketers just don’t want to really get stuck in. Instead they keep moving on to the next thing hoping it will be ‘the’ thing that makes it big for them!

  • Leon

    Reply Reply September 3, 2008

    Nice looking blog Reed. I liked the article and I was most impressed when I noticed the Google tool bar showing PR4 for your new blog. I thought it was kind of amusing that the guy bragging about his 6,000 backlinks has a grey bar. Also, thanks for the link to Ben Cope. I think I’ll outsource next time!

    All the best,

  • John

    Reply Reply September 3, 2008

    Reed, have read plenty of online marketing for several years and although had several web-sites only recently getting into blogs, too.

    Interesting that it could make you more accessible; I left message for Patric via his forum and for he and yourself have a JV for a venture I’m involved in marketing which you will surely want to join as we prepare for launch. Yes it’s multi-level, recurring. Do drop me an email and I can forward more info.


    Reply Reply September 3, 2008

    I am presently in Nigeria working with Macmillan Nigeria Publishing Company in which I will like to know those area that Nigeria can be participate because most of the programme are limited to US and environ only. Can Nigeria participate in affiliate marketing. Let me know those site that Nigeria can participate with.

    Till I hear from you because your information is very good and exciting.

    Raji Ayobami Akeem

  • Fabian Tan

    Reply Reply September 3, 2008

    Hey Reed,

    Cool blog! Looking forward to more posts from you! 🙂


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  • admin

    Reply Reply September 3, 2008

    @Steve I wholeheartedly agree with you, I didn’t achieve massive success until I decided to stick with one thing until it made me a lot of money

    @Leon thank you 🙂 Ben did a great job

    @John unfortunately I’m not that interested in MLM at this time. Thanks though.

    @Raji there may be some affiliate programs that allow Nigerians to participate. Unfortunately I do not know which ones. If anyone else here knows feel free to inform us.

    @Fabian thanks, I’m sure you’ll see quite a few more 🙂

  • Garrett Dann

    Reply Reply September 4, 2008

    Hey Reed,

    Awesome Blog man, as I would have expected. You are definitely a class act.

    Really cool how you labeled it with your identity (name and picture), very important and well done. The stars in the underline under the header looks awesome too.

    Who did your header work for you? I need to get my Blog a nice professional look like that? :o)

    Till nect time, take care.

    – Garrett Dann

  • admin

    Reply Reply September 5, 2008

    @Garrett thank you. Ben Cope designed the header and setup the blog for me. This is 100% his design

  • Fidelis Ugboma

    Reply Reply September 17, 2008

    A very good article. Any one who aspires to be a Super Affiliate must be knowledgable in the chosen field. Must be painstaking, that is, have an eye for details, focussed, innovative and must be prepared to devote a good chunk of his time towards the chosen field of endeavour.

    A big thanks for a good job.

  • admin

    Reply Reply September 17, 2008

    @Fidelis thanks 🙂

  • Jussi Koiranen

    Reply Reply November 18, 2008

    This was a great. Wonder why I haven’t noticed it before… Anyways. Hard work and focused action is what brings in the cash. Though online it is more of a rule to work smart not hard, because there are distractions and there are lots of them.

    Finding and specialising in a niche and creating and maintaining a good reputation in it is important. Being a loyal reader of this blog for awhile now I have to say that number five is important. I’m not saying you’ve outsourced your service when you’ve had quest writers here. They’ve gotten screen time, links and recoqnition by the truckload. I’m gonna be taking quest on my blog, so I can promote them and leverage their knowledge and reputation to benefit my site. Perfect win-win situation. So remember to network and find ways to work together.

  • bet

    Reply Reply December 2, 2008

    Spend a lot of time. That’s the secret, I think, besides focus.

  • cpa money

    Reply Reply June 28, 2009

    Just started CPA and reading a lot of information. Thanks


  • Paul

    Reply Reply September 25, 2009


    Great Blog, the design is crisp and eye catching, and the post you make are very informative. I’m new here but I already feel at home so I shall be returning frequently. Thank you for taking the time and energy to help support the community with your blog and posts.


  • Figure Competition

    Reply Reply January 18, 2010

    Wow that’s really interesting. It took me a while to figure out how to respond and I hope I did it the right way. I’ve been getting some errors when trying to comment but I’m glad that it worked out in the end. Love your site and I totally agree with you on this! Good job and keep up the good work!

  • Mammie Zynda

    Reply Reply September 9, 2010

    effective luck as end users

  • Aching Feet

    Reply Reply September 25, 2010

    I’m retired don’t have the energy to invest in super affiliations etc.
    I have managed though a nice income through affiliate marketing. More monthly than my SS so im happy

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