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    ABW Veteran jc101's Avatar
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    does anyone know any merchants online that could get me Guaranteed residentual income.

    Please private message me here at abw if you want.... Thanks.

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    I think most allow residents to make an income.

    Goal: to earn one dollar without working for it.

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    ABW Veteran jc101's Avatar
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    Heyder- True, But what happens if for some reason my site loses traffic, I need to make $2000 a month constantly in order to quit my job. What's the best approach I should take?

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    Keep you day job, theres nothing consistent about affiliate marketing. Jason you know this is pay for performance, what are you asking? a merchant to pay you even if you don't produce?

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    ABW Veteran jc101's Avatar
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    TrustNo1®- I'm not actually asking. I'm just wondering if I could be consistently making the $3000 a month and could I afford to take a month off if I want it with affiliate Marketing? Just curious.

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    Jason:
    There are sites that offer residual income, but wouldn't your Web sites continue to generate traffic & income even if you took some time off? That should be the beauty of affiliate marketing, being able to leave a site alone for a while and have it continue to generate for you. We finished the udpate of our Halloween channel last August and it's been generating hits [and affiliate sales] ever since.

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    ABW Veteran jc101's Avatar
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    yep I guess it would, justed wanted to make sure it was stable for the future. Thanks for the help everyone.

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    Hey Jason, the only residual income I know of in affiliate marketing is in telecom, selling long distance, ISP, webhosting, etc. That's what I'm mostly focused on. Very competitive, of course.

    And as the others said, if we're doing on jobs on the building end of things, your world shouldn't crumble if you take a month off after developing a consistent income in the range your working towards.

    Best of luck,

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    i second what Chris said. However, Telecom is VERY competitive on the Internet now. I took my skills at getting telecom sales and applied them to things at CJ and have done reasonably well. It feels like easy money comparatively.

    If my servers blew up, I would not make any money from CJ. I would still get a check from the telecom companies. So, yes, residual income has its advantages... but commissions and volumes are MUCH lower then promoting products.

    If you are looking for real advice, I suggest you go through all of ABW and read Leader's posts. Somebody ought to compile them all into a book. His advice is golden.

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    I would take a serious look at products which customers order on a repeat basis, one was just launched here, cigarettes, look for others that also are consumable and where customers have some shelf life to them.

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    #1. This thread is 5 years old.

    #2. You can't use the pm feature until you've been here awhile.

    #3. Don't promote lame opportunities to other members.
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