Can You Really Earn MONEY As An Affiliate?

Written by Maya Jakes

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Hopefully, you seerepparttar potential in affiliate marketing and are maybe considering it yourself so you’re probably asking where to begin writing your own ebook or article. I found a brilliant website with pre-written articles on health and wellbeing. Health is an area that never seems to go out of fashion so is always popular and therefore anything relevant sells very well.

I takerepparttar 149045 pre-written content, dress it up and add my own affiliate links to basically make it my own. Again,repparttar 149046 ebooks always have a link to my website and newsletter sign up. I’ve found that usually after 3 or 4 months I start to see my affiliate links working their magic for me and depositing cash in my bank account.

3 or 4 months may seem like a long time to wait forrepparttar 149047 money to roll in but once you start to reaprepparttar 149048 rewards you should hopefully continue to reap them for years to come so it’s definitely worthrepparttar 149049 initial wait.

Now I’ve successfully testedrepparttar 149050 market and am more than happy withrepparttar 149051 results, I intend to make it a top priority to write at least 1 new ebook and article every week and multiply my profits. I know it’s a cliché but, if I can do it then anyone can! :)

I hope you enjoyed reading this article and that you found it both helpful and inspiring. If you’re interested in affiliate marketing then I recommend you don’t delay any longer and just go for it. For more detailed information and resources just visit my website.

Warmest Wishes Jugglingmum

Jugglingmum researches, tests and recommends ways to earn money online and working from home. For valuable information and access to free bonuses, you can subscribe to the popular JC Newsletter by sending or for further information just visit her website

RSS as a Change Agent

Written by Rok Hrastnik

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However, this new channel, RSS, is quite different. Here you have an exact view of what you subscribe to. You see exactly which content publishers are on your list and you can remove any of them immediately, without even a second thought. It's quick, easy and comfortable.

Compare this withrepparttar relative difficulty of unsubscribing from e-mail lists, and even withrepparttar 149044 e-mail mindset where you just don't care to be bothered anymore with unsubscribing, since you don't have a view of what you subscribe to anyway.

This new channel takesrepparttar 149045 democracy right out of content delivery for publishers and brings it back for end-users.

If RSS content publishers want to keep and grow their readership, they cannot afford to dorepparttar 149046 things they could have easily been doing with e-mail.

Instantly, allrepparttar 149047 content needs to be highly relevant. You can no longer afford to send out blatant advertising messages or too much content that is of little interest to your target audience. If you want to survive you need to tailor all of your content specifically torepparttar 149048 needs of your target audience.

RSS content delivery must in nature be more relevant than content delivered by e-mail.

RSS content publishers know this and most are providing exactly this, very relevant content, usually more relevant than what most e-mail publishers are doing, since they are taking in to considerationrepparttar 149049 specific characteristics ofrepparttar 149050 channel.

And there are more publishers like this every day. And eventually, even those that use both e-mail and RSS to deliver content, changerepparttar 149051 way they are delivering content using e-mail. Their entire content production becomes more relevant torepparttar 149052 user's needs.

It's quite easy to imaginerepparttar 149053 larger-scale implications of this.

Since more and more publishers are starting to offer more relevant content, that also raisesrepparttar 149054 bar for other content publishers, even those not using RSS.

Our expectations are increasing every day. We are no longer content with mediocre content, we actually expect and even demand more relevancy.

And sorepparttar 149055 circle is completed.

Early RSS publishers have started raising our expectations of what to expect from internet content and have thus affected our internet content consumption habits. Users, in affect, are starting to demand more, which in turn forces other publishers to comply withrepparttar 149056 increased demands.

This process has just begun and still has a long way to go, but it has begun and will not stop.

Rok Hrastnik is the author of »Unleash the Marketing & Publishing Power of RSS«, acclaimed as the best and most comprehensive guide to RSS for marketers by leading RSS experts. The complete guide on RSS for marketers:

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