People always ask what should they sell as an affiliate? How to I get traffic? Which niches will I be successful at? Here is an excerpt from the GooBert report from Michael Campbell that answers those questions and more.
“FINDING YOUR NICHE
Ideally, it should something you know a lot about. Something that comes easily to you. Something you’re
familiar with. Something you do or use every day. It could be your cell phone, your car, your hobby or something work related. It could be your area of expertise, degree or study.
If you already know what you want sell, go ahead and jump to the next chapter. But if you’re stuck,
and don’t know what to sell, we’ll do a little discovery process to tap your inner desires and passion.
Let me ask you a question.
What do you love to do?
That is the secret question where opportunities lay. It’s so simple that its constantly overlooked. But
seriously, what do you spend your time doing?
Some people love their work. For them, its easy to write about their experiences, training and
expertise. For others work is just a job. If you’re in that category, look to your hobbies, or things
that you enjoy doing.
I’ve done this discovery process with hundreds of people. Even those who claim they’re dumb as a
stump and don’t know anything. Everyone has something that they get comments on.
People notice you and tell you that you’re good at it, or know a lot about it, whatever that “IT” is
GooBert is the fastest way to get traffic and start generating revenue from affiliate programs.
There’s nothing risky about it. It’s easy to do and it doesn’t involve PPC (pay per click) advertising
or any additional expenses.
All you need is access to the internet, a domain name, basic hosting and a WordPress blog. That’s
all you need and it works like magic.
It takes about 30 minutes a day, but you can spend more time on it if you like. It’s up to you. Remember,
the harder you work, the luckier you’ll get. So why not turn on the TV a half hour later?
Wouldn’t you rather be building your future instead?
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