… and Butterfly Dreams.
And as an added bonus, let’s throw in a couple of unicorns, a handful of lollipops, and some cotton candy.
Doesn’t that sound tempting?!
How many of these have you invested in so far in your business? My hard drive is housing quite a collection (not easy to admit).
Especially when you’re first getting your entrepreneuial feet wet, it’s really difficult (nearly impossible) to distinguish between “fruit” and “fluff”.
Some business-building products and programs help your business bear fruit — really juicy, sweet-tasting fruit.
And others, well …
Let’s just say they have as much value as a big pile of dryer lint.
Not to imply lint is useless.
I saw an intriguing artist on television once who makes stunning pieces of art with various shades of dryer lint. And she gets paid big bucks for her creations! I guess you could say she’s turning lint into gold.
But back to fruit versus fluff …
Do you see that little tab at the top of the page that reads, “$7 Guides”?
I refer to the contents of that page, fondly, as my Michelle Shaeffer Collection. Michelle produced every one of those guides (so that I didn’t have to go to the trouble). 😉
Have you guessed I’m an affiliate for Michelle? I figured as much. My readers are super savvy.
Want to know WHY I promote those guides and have them proudly displayed here? No, it’s not because I intend to make a fortune. My affiliate commission is exactly $1.50.
I market those guides for Michelle because she’s not trying to sell people rainbow farts and butterfly dreams.
- What’s the most useless product, service, or program you’ve every purchased?
- How do YOU tell the difference between “fruit” and “fluff”?
- If you’re an affiliate marketer – what’s your criterion for determining which products, programs, or services you’ll promote?