One of The Biggest Stumbling Blocks to Newbies Just Got Removed!
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Dear Aspiring Affiliate Marketer,
You probably came online and found out that the easiest way to make money quickly is to become an affiliate marketer.
All you need to do is sell someone else’s product or service for a cut of the money, no hassle in creating the product, making the website, etc. Time and money well saved!
We don’t know anything about how to make a website, or create a product, at this stage. We just want something quick and easy to start off with a small victory that we can build upon.
And the first thing that most affiliate marketing products tell you to do is “pick a niche”. I mean, some don’t even tell you the difference between a niche and a market! And if you went into a market instead of a niche, you’re dead in the water before you’ve even put your speedos on! (Ok, maybe the Speedos part is just me!)
They Make it sound so simple…
You just need to find a niche market that you are going to promote products in, make lots of commissions and live happily ever after.
My name is Rob Harris and, I don’t know about you, but when I first started, people said “Go into the make money online niche, it’s so easy to find lots of products to promote and the market is rabid with people dying to buy from you!”
But, hold on, I’d never made any money online at that point, so how am I meant to sell products to people about doing something that I’ve personally never done before? It just seems a bit unethical doesn’t it?
Also, a lot of the niches out there already have lots of people promoting the same products in them, so the chances of me now finding a niche that has so little competition that I can make lots of money but still be big enough to have enough people to sell to in is quite small.
A lot of courses just have vague information. “Stop your dog peeing in the house”. Ok, I can see how that would be annoying for dog owners. But I’m not one! “How to get your ex back”, my exes are ex for a reason! (I hope none of them are reading this!) “Hook up with single girls” Could you toy with peoples’ lives like that, just for the sake of them signing up for a website so you can make a couple of bucks CPA commissions?
Another common theme among products I’ve seen is “embarrassing” niches. For example, health related. Ok, fair enough, some people are too embarrassed to see a Doctor about something and they’d rather search out an answer online. But we might be selling information about a cure for something that we don’t even know if it works. Could you sleep at night?
You feel conflicted and optionless: “make money online niche!”/I haven’t made a penny! “People are desperate to lose weight!”/But I’ve never needed to lose weight, it’s not an issue for me!
I’ve been through courses that say “Pick a niche that you’re interested in, so you get paid doing what you enjoy”. Then there’s “Forget going after your own interests, you need to go where the money is, who knows if what you’re interested in will have sellable products in the market?!”
I mean, flat out contradicting each other, you can’t win, it’s enough to make you want to scream!
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