today I’d like to answer someone’s question. He asked me “what is product launch jacking?” I was also asked how you can do it for yourself to get a fair old slice of affiliate marketing action. Product Launch jacking is a term used in the internet marketing industry that people use when they want to describe a method of promoting brand new, as yet, unlaunched products (or services) and making commissions from them.
Welcome to today’s blog post where we discuss some of the best internet marketing tips and tools for beginners. In this blog post, we are going to be throwing around a few useful tools I actually test and use every single day. I recommend something here only if I’ve actually tried and tested it personally.
I’ve been researching some of the best affiliate programs with high commission for affiliate marketers. Why work so hard for low commissions when you can work no harder at all for a higher paying commission? With that being said, there are a lot of good ones you might like, so, here they are in my comprehensive list.
I’m sure you’ll agree that ebooks, especially Kindle books, have taken off in a big way since their inception. In fact, I read somewhere that the sales of these types of books surpassed physical book sales back in 2015 (or was it 2016?) In today’s post you’ll learn what this new product is, who it is for, who created it, the price, and most importantly, whether it’s worth your money or not. Read on to find out more…
I’ve come up with my own top 11 reasons to love affiliate marketing. There are so many more but I like the number 11 because it’s one more than 10 and so many top tens get up my nose. So let’s dive straight in and generate a very quickly thought out 11 reasons affiliate marketing rocks and why you might want to learn how to do it
A Smart Passive income is not possible. But before you get your knickers in a twist, let me explain why. I say that passive income is “almost” possible because of the initial work. Nothing can be 100% passive because you’ve done a little work at the beginning to set things up. Sometimes you have to check up on things.