Being a beginner is hard. Being an affiliate marketing beginner is extremely hard. I wanted to put this together to give back to affiliate marketing beginners because it’s just that hard of a pursuit, and I know that any little piece of info could make a difference for someone. There’s a ton of philosophy I
I’m super excited about this, at the time of writing this (March 2019) my running balance is now $394.63! It feels great to make money on a physical product, especially as it’s a (potential) recurring payment. I mentioned that I wish I would have started with a recurring focus for my affiliate business in this
Ok so I hope my friend Greg Jefferies doesn’t kill me for posting this, but I think he’ll understand regardless. I love his course, it was a chance encounter at IMP that I met him. We talked about trading initially. I was posting photos of positions I’d taken and captioning my thought process for each.
I put myself in a compromising position. When I set out to be independent I put myself on “Death Groud” one of the strategies covered in my all-time favorite book Robert Greene’s 33 Strategies of War. I was undercapitalized, trading options, paying 3k/month for an apartment downtown, and trying to start a Shopify store. A
Ok I finally decided on this. I finally did it to the death of me. The conclusion was hard fought but, it can’t be denied now. Bootstrapping isn’t the best way to build an affiliate business (or any for that matter). I think everyone goes through the amateur phase where you believe that business can
At this time I haven’t yet gotten paid through BHT on any of the affiliate services or courses I’ve been promoting. I’ve written 100 post and published 80+ blog posts, and still hardly even registering on the Google Search Console. This is normal but not acceptable for me so I’m now seeking a better way