In Case Of Emergency – Affiliate Marketing Part 1

Although I’ve been a medical professional for many years, I’m not talking about medical emergencies here.  Let’s put all of those into the hands of the skilled and fine emergency room physicians.

However, I do want to talk about what you can do to put a band-aid on your business in case of a solo entrepreneur emergency.

If you’re brand new to the internet, you’ll want to keep a big box of these band-aids on hand.

You’ll need a smaller supply if you’re a seasoned solo professional and you experience only an occasional cut or scrape.

Whether you’ve been a solo pro for years or you’re just getting your internet biz off the ground …

You need affiliate marketing band-aids!

You’ve been a “promotion and recommendation” expert since kindergarten.

When you got a new toy for your birthday, you shared it and showed it off to your friends.  And when you put on a spiffy new pair of Keds sneakers, you instantly became a walking advertisement – literally and figuratively!

In this series, I’ll be talking about how you can rely on affiliate marketing to create streams of income or heal a drop in sales.

To begin this journey with me, grab a FREE copy of Affiliate Classroom Magazine and read the comparison of different affiliate marketing business models.  No, I am not an affiliate for this magazine.

Choose a business model that fits your goals and your personality.

See you for Part 2!

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  • Melanie:

    I just downloaded the affiliate classroom magazine. Thank you for the 5 part series to affiliate marketing. Thank you for sharing the band-aids. Now, I do not have to dial 911 for help.

    Jane 🙂

    • LOL. That’s right, Jane. No paramedics needed to succeed at affiliate marketing. 🙂

      Thanks for reading my mini series and I think you’ll find some good info in the magazine.

  • The magazine is perfect. Thanks

    I am looking forward to what you have to say on affiliate marketing.

    • I’m so glad you found some value in the affiliate classroom magazine, Sheila. I’ve had it sitting on my hard drive for a while and I thought it was time to dust off the cobwebs and share it!

      Appreciate you!
      Melanie

  • Judy, Kathy, and Lisbeth ~

    Thanks for your comments and I’m looking forward to sharing lots of tidbits and some golden nuggets about affiliate marketing.

    Hold on, Lisbeth, Part 2 will be here soon! 🙂

    Judy – I’m thrilled to know you have a new found interest in affiliate marketing. I’m an avid affiliate marketer and I love it!

    Kathy ~ You’re welcome for the magazine link and I know some super affiliates who are royally rockin’ this thing!

    Stay tuned …

    melanie

  • Thank you for the Magazine link.

    Affiliate marketing can be your first source of income until you have your own products developed.

    However, I’m amazed how well super affiliates can do when that is their only source of income.

    I’m looking forward to your series on affiliate marketing.

  • Can’t wait to read more. Can I get part 2 now? 🙂 (See, I’m putting into practice what I posted yesterday.) hee hee

  • Hi Melanie,
    As I’m starting this journey myself right now, I’m looking forward to your posts!
    Judy