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    Millionaire on training wheels Justdoit's Avatar
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    Hi Everyone,
    I'm new to the affilaite marketing method of making money..
    I was hoping some of you may be willing to share how you got started..
    I'm not asking for websites or trade secrets, just a basic way of how you got started in marketing online..
    I just found this board a couple of days ago and have been sitting here reading all of the back posts, and now my head is spinning form all the different ideas and ways to make money online...
    Looks like I need to take it one step at a time..
    Hope I can be as successful as some of you are one day soon..

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    what have you done so far?

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    Millionaire on training wheels Justdoit's Avatar
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    Ummm not a whole lot..
    I made about 50 pages for different products about 3 months ago and all on a free website, submitted them to the searh engines, just for a lark, and then got a shock when I received a check last month from CJ for a couple hundred dollars..
    I couldn't figure out for the life of me what it was for, until I went digging in my files for the free webpages.
    I just did it as a fluke never really expecting to make any moey, but it got me hooked and too many ideas and plans, and brain meltdown..
    Just seeing if others here are kind enough to share their stories of success and how they got started..

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    What a great topic for a thread..

    My story is similar to yours Justdoit..
    I went through the whole "free sites" thing.. xoom i think.. never made a cent..

    One day I had an idea for a site & purchased one of the crappiest domain names you'll ever hear, and got some virtual hosting from icom.com (see.. i made lots of mistakes [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img])

    Well. that original idea laster about 3 weeks.. I changed the theme of that site about a dozen times.. all the time showing CJ banners..
    I checked those stats every day (even though i was making nothing).. then BAMMO!!.. my first sale was for $59.70.
    Then I was hooked.. two days later I had an overture (goto at the time) account.
    If that first sale was for $2.00, I probably wouldn't have gone any further.
    This was in April 2001.. Now I do this full-time.
    It was a fluke to start with.. now it's skill.

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    There is one thing I can say,

    THANK CJ THEY QUIT nickel and dime stuff. I owe everything I have to that. I remember counting .25 cents now I count real money [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] That change make me think different&adapt and EARN!

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    I would share mine - but I learned quick that you get flammed and thrashed when you share success stories on this board. People think your'e bragging. :rolleyes:

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    Hi J,

    Well a thread like one we experienced lately only lives if people respond to it... it's best just ignoring them and they quickly sink to the bottom of the archives, never to be read or seen again! [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img]

    Please don't let things like that stop you or anyone from helping others...

    The thing is, if everyone stops helping, offering advice or exchanging success stories a forum community becomes a ghost town quicker than you can say 'Casper'...

    Anyway, that's my soapbox post for tonight... [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img]

    [Edited to add a 'h' to thread...]

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    Too bad, cuz Jada's "bragging" is extremely inspirational.

    I went the "build a high quality content site and make money off of every click" route first. Made not even server fees monthly. Finally went to the CJU boards and started reading.

    Made my first sales site in a rotten area and managed to make a sale anyway from ppc listings which showed me that sales definitely were the WTG as mentioned in the boards (my mentors know who they are). Started making more sales pages and finding what worked. Boom. Once you've got a few pages that really convert, you've got a model that works. Once you have that you can improve on it by observing all aspects of what makes it work.


    Tweek, tweek, tweek. In the end, you find your own style and what works for you.

    You already have a good start Justdoit. So, take your nick seriously, and just do it!

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    I kinda fell into it. Back in '96 my husband was working on a software program that he intended to sell on the internet. My job was to do the website for it.

    So I did a beginning website, but it wasn't much, since the product wasn't yet available.

    I noticed I had a lot of extra space on the web, and I decided I'd put things there, and also put LinkExchange banners there, so I could save up the credits for the impressions and when the product was ready I would have a way to advertise it at no cost.

    I worked hard at, and put up hundreds of pages. After a year and a half I noticed my husband's program was no closer to ready to sell than it had been when I started, so I added some ad banners to my pages.

    Another year and I started using up the LinkExchange credits I had saved (hundreds of thousands, as I recall) to drive traffic to my sites.

    Gradually began to notice that I was makng real money from this thing. So I started making more pages and checking stats compulsively.

    I have tried for the last 2 years to get my business stable, so I can just walk away from it and let it pay me. So far every time I think I have done that my best sponsor has gone under, or started forgetting to pay me, or something.

    I try to have at least 3 major sponsors, (or trusted third parties) so when one goes bad I'll still have the others to fall back on.

    He finally released his software, and nobody cared. But that's OK, I'm making more at this than he ever expected to make with his software.

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    I entered this business out of frustration. I got screwed out of a great career in a family business by my father-in-law, after putting 9 years into helping to grow his business. Anger and resentment can be a good thing, though, if you focus it positively: Every time my in-laws tick me off, I add anopther couple pages and dozens of keywords. I'm not ready to make the leap yet, but I can taste it, and I am driven by a vision: I cannot wait until I retire from my day job and flip my inlaws off every time they try to figure out how I am making a living. It's gotta happen!

    -elbowcreek

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    Hi J, I got started with buying and selling domains and a couple of hairbrained click sites with bcentral.

    Brain meltdown is something I can relate to,I puddled around thinking I'd have to learn this and that before I "really got into it"

    Then a well known online marketer emailed and said, MJ, just do it and if your on a dead horse...shoot it and get on another!

    So I did, signed with a couple of % merchants at reporting, suddenly checks for real money started arriving and the rest, is history.

    If it wasn't for the marketer, I would be still hesitating. I'd probably know asp and perl but I doubt if I'd be in the financial position I'm in now.

    You can learn so much from others in this business, but the best is to just do it,learn from your mistakes and constantly test to see results.

    Spread your sites over a number of networks and affiliate programs, hang around ABW, don't be afraid to ask questions, get paid hostingm and just do it [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img]

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    Elbow Creek - your day will come when you'll be making money like you never dreamed and those in-laws will be like hmmph, wonder what she's doing to be making all that money. Screw them!!!

    I'M finally at a point where I can't wait for my children's father to see how swell I'm doing without him or his child support!! I'll never forget the days when he abused me and kicked me with his steal toe boots oneday as I layed on the ground trying to protect myself as he told me 'you're nothing without me, Nothing' just because he could never keep a job - he took his frustrations out on me because he felt like less of a man!!

    Well look at me now LOSER!!!

    Sorry - I had to vent. LOL!! But just keep on reaching for your goals and never give up. And don't be afraid to pray for what you want.

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>I went the "build a high quality content site and make money off of every click" route first. Made not even server fees monthly. Finally went to the CJU boards and started reading.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Ditto!

    I've run content sites for a while and had the traffic so I wanted to do something with it.

    I started as an Amazon affiliate in 1998 and at CJ at around the same time, but I never sent CJ any traffic because they had so few merchants in those days (about 40!)

    It took a looooong time to realise something that they should teach you in Affiliate Marketing 101, that content attracts visitors, but those visitors don't tend to buy stuff.

    I run three main sites, a specialist techie site, a humor site and a site I threw together in about a week about parrots. Which makes the most money? The one thrown together in a week, because almost everything is funnelling people into BUYING something.

    I think the key thing is to keep your mind open to new ideas or better ways of doing things and don't be afraid to try them out.

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    That's awful, Jada, sounds like you had a really bad go of it. There's a lot of stress in my family - more than you would believe possible - but there's no abuse at least. I'm a firm believer in what goes around comes around - and I believe very strongly that guys like that will get their dues, eventually.

    -elbowcreek

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    ElbowCreek - yeah it was rough for a long time until God picked me up and took me away from that and put me and my kids in a better place. HE also blessed me with a wonderful, loving, caring man, my SO of 2 1/2 years, that has been heaven sent and a true angel in disguise to me and my kids and has showed me what true love is really about. And then to top it all off, HE blessed me with this business. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img]

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    It was so different "back in the day". It was only a few years ago, but as many of you know a year on the net is like 10 in the "real" world as everything changes so fast. I remember when you could just load dozens of pages and sites off Freeservers.Com into search engines and make money. I really believe I owe a debt to that firm because I was so poor back then that I could not afford my own domains and those guys kept me going for several months.

    For myself, I think it was about being at the right place at the right time. Sadly I think that if I would be starting out right now, I would not enjoy nowhere near the success I've had because everything is leaning heavily toward "pay-per-play" these days as well as there being thousands of more folks out there with the necessary minimal web skills needed. I'm just grateful I can afford to pay due to my early successes.

    Remember getting free RealNames at Go.Com?
    Remember 1 cent clicks at GoTo?
    Remember getting listed in LookSmart/Yahoo for free?
    Remember when there was an Infoseek?

    Sadly there is not much left that is free as they have all wised up and jumped on the bandwagon with Overture. I can't blame them, but I'm so glad to of been around before hand!

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    Jada, ElbowCreek

    I love you guys!

    In a way the same sort of thing happened to me. When I first started, I was in the Coast Guard. I had these Ultra-Butt kissing bosses who made a career of getting themselves promoted by making all of their subordinates look bad. I was a lowly E-5 Cook at the time. Truthfully, I feel I was one of the best cooks in the Coast Guard as people actually enjoyed eating my food, but I never got any credit for anything as my supervisors were always quick to steal my sunshine and put me back in my lowly E-5 slot. On top of that, I had to go to sea for long periods of time (without my family of course) and money was always, always, always short.

    In late 98' it all came together. It started one fine morning while I was driving my Ford Escort from my dinky apartment to work at 4:00AM. I was listening to the radio and heard a guy say, "Studies have shown usually whatever a person is making at age 30 is what they'll be making for the rest of their lives.". I knew I had to do something!

    My wife was ready to leave me as the Coast Guard usually kept me away. I was always broke and had a huge negative net worth. My "Career" was on a fast track to nowhere. I hatched a plan to get out of the military by lying and telling them that my wife ran off with some dude and left me alone with the kid. I started selling alarm systems door to door and actually made pretty good from it! About the same time I also started working the net. After about 9 months into it, I was able to quit selling alarm systems and concentrate on internet marketing.

    Now it's 3 years latter. I make more than several 4 star Admirals, own 2 decent houses (and building the next upgraded one right now), drive a decent vehicle (just traded in the old Escallade), and don't have anyone doing my performance evaluations. Jada is right, People may be hard on folks like us for "bragging", but nothing was given to any of us. We had to earn it, and prove to ourselves that we were capable of success on our own. We've been stepped on, kicked, and made to feel worthless at times. Yet despite those who would swear on our worthlessness, we were able to conquer the odds and provide better lives for our dear families.

    I don't know what next month or next year will bring. One thing I do know is right now, for what it's worth, are the happiest days of my life! I wish you 2 and everyone else who is deserving all the luck in the world! You guys are worth it! Remember you have a right to bragg, as you've earned it! Don't let anyone take that from you!

    My Bragging Link for the New Car I recently Bought!

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    How I got started in affiliate marketing is kind of flukey and yet...not.

    Cliff's Notes Version: I got started on a library computer with a Free-hosted site and parlayed that into a server with many sites.

    Extensive Version:
    (I just looked--this is REALLY long even for me but I'm too tired to condense it and have it still make sense!)

    First, I have had lots of jobs. Most through temp agencies, but some were supposed to be permanant. 32 of 'em. Yuck! Ecch! These jobs varied. Office, Retail, and Factory. There were quite a few kinds of factories. I could tell you what makes the back dash on a Buick not squeak, just how lousy certain plastic toys are, and just how all those coupon pads get into Kmart. I can tell you what makes Cookie Bin cookies taste different. I can tell you how long it took Perry Medical (was part of Perry Drugstores, I think they've been bought out now) to go through their files (TEN years, and THEN they hire Kelly Services to...Gah!). I know how come stores like to pack all the cans in ONE bag.

    And I know that THEY ALL SUCKED!

    Now I have known from a very young age that "working" would never work, but I didn't know a way out of it which is what kept me trying all of those places.

    But finally a time came when I knew I was going to have to just admit it--employment would NEVER work for me and if I wanted to get anywhere, I would have to stop running around the same circle.

    I was sitting in the library (at their computer) in a state of frustration, thinking about this, when I happened to surf to a site that was selling something. I noticed this link at the bottom left of the site: "Make money selling our products. Affiliate Program".

    I had seen links like that before, but this time, the time was right. I knew employment was never going to work--I hadn't stayed at one place even a year! So I clicked it.

    It took me to...LinkShare. There was a slight intro to affiliate marketing on their site...

    I had a site already (c*ntent) that I had set up AT THE LIBRARY, on a FREE HOST, since I didn't have my own computer and not enough $$ for paid hosting. So I signed up with the Snare and put the links up on that site.

    And I found that 0 traffic = 0 clicks = 0 money!

    So I started to read up on how to get some customers in. It boiled down to...I could spend hours and hours trying to entice sites to link to me, or--?

    Then one day I was at HitBox checking my tiny stats, when I saw a banner that said

    X= Your traffic
    XXXXXXXXXXXXX = Your traffic with GoTo

    So I clicked that!!! There was the solution! Just pay that place 1c/click, and they would send me lots of traffic! Okaaaaaayyyyy! THAT'S MORE LIKE IT! No frustration or fiddling around! More my style!

    I called the Bank, there was $27 in the account, I gave GoTo $25.

    Quickly I noticed that people who come to content sites do not buy sheet. So I made an ad page dedicated to the merchant and hung it off the back of the content site the next week. There were no links to it from the content, and just a micro-link back that you'd need a magnifying glass to notice. So there was basically one option offered: Sign up for the service. And then I told GoTo to send the traffic there.

    That worked. Leads started to happen. $2, $2, $2... (Of course some hit Back but the CR was tremendous!)

    While waiting for the check, I kept my GoTo account active by picking up cans! 10c cans! Also a few credit card bills got ignored [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] But this was more important. THIS was going to keep me out of employment!

    Eventually a computer was brought into the house. Also about then, I was SUPPOSED TO get the check for all those PhoneyFree leads.

    No check--!

    I was moping around about the "no check" when my mother said, "well, I guess you'll have to get a job, then". I thought, "NO WAY, I've had 32 [expletive] jobs, and they all SUCKED!!!" Another trip around the circle was not going to solve anything!!!

    I was NOT doing it. Period. So I had to find a place that would PAY UP the commissions, quick. The $2 lead place had CONVERTED fine, so I thought, "a place that has the same deal, only ACTUALLY PAYS would be good."

    The only place like that was at this network with the catchy name of COMMISSION JUNCTION. But CJ said they wanted a "professionally designed site". Mine was hardly a "professionally designed site"! It looked like a kid did it! (That one still DOES look kind of like a kid did it, but Tough.) But I did my best at cleaning it up a bit with my limited HTML knowledge and no WSYWIG editor, and put my app. in.

    Instant approval. LOL!! (I don't know if they still do that.)

    Inside I was confronted with a rather confounding-seeming interface but I got the hang of it enough. I saw that they had over 1,000 merchants (which were actually called Merchants at the time, too)! I threw up some Contest links to see if they would admit to any conversions. They did.

    Since there were so many merchants, I ditched the idea of running a Free Phone place and picked some with a REAL COMMISSION, and made sales pages for them.

    I changed the bids on GoTo, to aim at the new pages (still running off the ANGELFIRE site). Sales rolled in. I had to laugh at what I had thought was "good money" for a transaction with PhoneyFree! It was PEANUTS compared to a Real Sale Commission!

    But I also was very wary because when I was supposed to get a check from Phoney, none ever came (Months later I got one check out of 'em, after email flaming. They never DID send the rest.). So WILL THIS PLACE PAY was the foremost question in my mind as I watched the CJ balance grow...

    I had originally set it up to pay by check, but a couple of weeks before one was due me, somebody posted that their check had been lost on CJU. So I QUICK changed it to Direct Deposit!!! And then I waited...

    AND THEY PAID!<IMG src=http://www.abestweb.com/ubb/icons/icon38.gif> <IMG src=http://www.abestweb.com/ubb/icons/icon38.gif> <IMG src=http://www.abestweb.com/ubb/icons/icon38.gif>!!!

    Well, that's all it took. They paid, every cent, on time! UP WENT LOTS MORE PAGES!!! AND LOTS OF MERCHANTS! I used that whole deposit on GoTo, promoting the new pages. The next month, more $$$!

    The credit cards were starting to send letters so I gave them some $$$, but the rest went smack back into promotion on GoTo. I kept up this cycle until I was bringing in REAL money.

    And I no longer had to listen to any more squawking about me "getting a j*b"--which would have never worked out anyway.

    (As for GoTo, they became OverSure and started kicking out affiliate listings so they no longer serve my purposes.)

    Since then, things have gotten even better...but that's how I started.

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    Jada--I'm posting this seperately because I didn't want it to be lost in my other (long) post.

    Good for you for getting away from that man. He sounds awful.

    I'm glad you now have a GOOD S/O, along with your financial success!


    PS I know what you mean by this business being a blessing from God and I thank Him too. I often think the same way about myself being in this biz.

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    Oh Don, that is a very deeaaaaaaaaaarrr site! LOL at the thinking like a communist....

    Okay back to the exploitations, see ya later!

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    Hey Don, the truck is TIGHT!!! Love the rims.

    Got mad love for ya too, you've been one of my most influential mentors in this business. After talking with you, I knew it could be done and to just hang in there and not give up and it proved right. Thanks for all your inspirational post from back in the CJU board days. I'm so glad you made it back to abestweb.

    I wish you continued success. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img]

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    I started out with an idea for selling downloadable crafts patterns online - downloadable for a fee, of course! My mom and I came up with a domain name, and I registered it a couple of weeks before she died, even though I didn't havea clue what to do next. In my research, I stumbled across the concept of affiliate marketing. When I discovered the pay-per-click search engines, it all came together. I started setting up penny listings -- using my referral URLs, since I didn't have any working pages of my own. I was good at finding good terms to bid on, and I was earning my living online before I had a site or a newsletter or a product of my own.

    Eventually I learned how to make web pages, and built pages to feature an assortment of products and services that I promoted in the pay-per-click search engines. I finally decided that instead of a hodgepodge of individual product pages, I needed to develop an actual site of my own. The site in my signature was launched about a year ago. Some of my pages achieved good rankings in the regular search engines, and I discovered the delights of traffic that I didn't have to pay for. Some of the very first penny listings I set up are still quietly turning a profit for me, though.

    I have several other domains in various stages of development. I never did develop the site to sell crafts patterns, and let the name expire a few months ago.

    So many ideas, so little time!

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    I started because I found a picture I wanted to use and it belonged to a merchant. Then I got a check.

    But, thinking about it I'd already read about affiliate marketing. It sounded difficult so I didn't think to take it up. I kinda forgot that one of my talents is 'evaluation' and this is a skill very useful in those promising yet difficult areas other people give up on easily. I should have known, but I didn't.

    I started with Linkshare after the first check. (Or maybe it was from Linkshare - I forget) - and got a couple of checks in the wrong name, or too small to be worth cashing and when I looked at CJ it was just banners as far as could tell.

    It was another few months before I gave up on Snare completely and looked at CJ again. After a while I found the forum. It was a very short time indeed before I gave up the official day job. Thanks everyone...! (And thank you Zeus and Web Position Gold)

    Actualy, thinking about it, I do sometimes do my old job, because people keep pestering me to do it - its very well paid, but I kinda lost interest in doing it properly. And, as it depends on looking good theres only so long I can keep at it anyway. I still work with the people I would otherwise miss but its not for the money any longer.

    Actually, I've never been short of money during my adult life unless I've gotten involved with someone and worked in their company. This is a bad thing because if you fall out you end up fired and if it didn't pay too well and he/she turns into a violent loony you end up homeless and broke.

    Not that that matters much. I'm always bailing people out and a fair percentage are delighted to return the favor even if it means housing a large dog too [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img].

    So financially I've been very lucky anyway, but affiliate marketing gives me something my intuition says I'm going to be needing pretty soon - mobility.

    Anything that increases my freedom is a good idea. And if the people I'm working for are half a globe away this can only be A Good Thing. Less chance of me thumping anyone.

    I like the idea that I can go anyplace with a net connection, plug myself in, life goes on as usual and no-one's permission is required.

    And now I'm trying to wean myself off CJ. I thought about signing up with JC Whitney and although I want to do it via Performics - this little demon won't let me! It keeps reminding me of those *pretty* orange graphs at CJ and how *nice* a few auto spares sales might look on top of all that other orange stuff.

    But I've got to do it. Somehow.

    Anyway. Immediate financial matters being solved I've made a site for my sister. I asked if she wanted one, and although she can't even fire up her own browser she had an idea for a site that I wouldn't have bothered with. I did it anyway and after three weeks it has paid for its yearly Ink inclusion. Now I'm making her a UK version of my main site. It has to be done because I need somewhere to buy things myself and there are only so many merchants with international delivery.

    Icicle's Next Plan: escaping from this third rate third world country. I think my ambition is to be 'from' the same place as Don Steitz (and write my diary again).


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    Thanks Leader.

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