3 Steps to Multiply Yourself Across the Web!

Written by Wes Blaylock

The real key to generating profits with minimal work is to learn how to multiply your efforts to get your message in front of thousands of potential customers!

It is a simple concept that money-driven marketers have used to put their businesses in overdrive and make tons of cash with very little effort.

Create a system that sells your product effectively, then duplicate that system many times over and basically double your money each time.

Think if you had 300 visitors per day, with a 2% sell through, selling a $49 product. That equals out to about $8,800 per month, give or take.

Now think if you could just duplicate that by multiplying yourself acrossrepparttar Internet. The idea is to do it without putting forth that much effort.

Anybody can duplicate themselves simply by working twice as hard, or twice as long. But who wants to work that much?

Below is a 3 step plan that I like to use to multiply my marketing efforts all overrepparttar 102552 net. Try it out for yourself and I bet you will be pleased!

1) Start an affiliate program

An affiliate program is probablyrepparttar 102553 easiest way to multiply your marketing efforts all acrossrepparttar 102554 Internet risk free.

Start an affiliate program and make it a significant part of your marketing strategy to generate traffic. Put forth some time and make your program a big hit, not just another program.

Set up your program to make it as easy as possible for affiliates to make a ton of money, whether they are newbies or professionals.

The more money your affiliates make,repparttar 102555 more money you make. Andrepparttar 102556 easier it is for your affiliates to make money,repparttar 102557 more they will promote and get others to promote. So don't just throw up any affiliate program, make it an incredible way to earn an income!

Here are a few things to remember when creating your affiliate program:

- Choose a professional software that gives affiliates commissions on all payment options (online orders, mail in orders, fax orders, etc..) Recently, affiliate programs who are not doing this are getting a lot of "bad mouth".

- Give reasonable commissions (25% and up)

- Give affiliates as many ways to link to you as possible, and make it a simple cut and paste procedure for them.

- Tell them exactly how to make money promoting your product!

These are a few key ingredients to a successful affiliate program. I will most likely be writing much more about affiliate programs in this private program as there are a lot of things to be discussed!

Start BASIC and Avoid 'The Gash'

Written by Joe Bingham

People have a funny thing about them. We all want everything NOW! We start on a diet, and a day and a half later we're hopping onrepparttar scales to see if we've lost anything. We get a new credit card and in one weekend we've got over a $1000 racked up on it. Then we gripe forrepparttar 102551 next 3 years until it's paid off.

We also join affiliate programs at two inrepparttar 102552 morning and expect to have built a sizeable residual income byrepparttar 102553 next afternoon. Unfortunately, things don't work that way.

When I was about 8 years old, my parents signed me up for swimming lessons, and I remember wellrepparttar 102554 first day of that class. That wasrepparttar 102555 day I met, 'The Gash'.

As I stood inrepparttar 102556 shallow end ofrepparttar 102557 pool with about 6 other kids in my group, our instructor was showing us how to hold our breath and go under water. With me never having been in a swimming pool much before, however, I wasn't too keen onrepparttar 102558 idea. In fact, I was resisting adamantly.

The instructor patiently tried to help me go under, for a while, and then apparently he'd had enough. Especially since I was encouraging another kid to rebel as well.

That's when 'The Gash' was brought in. He would MAKE us go under water we were told.

As I and my group stood inrepparttar 102559 pool, suddenly a man appeared atrepparttar 102560 edge ofrepparttar 102561 pool behind us and glared down from high above. He was tall, dark, and missing a HUGE chunk of flesh onrepparttar 102562 front of his left leg. To a bunch of 8 year old kids, he was a formidable sight. The fear I felt in his presence manifested itself inrepparttar 102563 form of rippling waves spreading out from my trembling body.

We all speculated as to what had torn a hole in 'The Gash's' leg as he and our instructor stood talking together. Since he was a swimming instructor, naturallyrepparttar 102564 speculation centered around water.

"I think he was bit by a shark!" one boy suggested.

"Or a sea snake!" offered another, "Or a sea monster likerepparttar 102565 one in Loch Ness!"

"That's not it," another boy broke in. "I know what happened cause my dad was there. He jumped offrepparttar 102566 BIG high dive atrepparttar 102567 downtown pool and missed! His leg hitrepparttar 102568 side ofrepparttar 102569 pool onrepparttar 102570 way down and tore a hole in his leg! My dad said there was blood everywhere! People thought he was dead!"

The speculation ended suddenly, however, as 'The Gash' turned and spoke to us.

"Everyone is going under water today," Then turning back to our instructor he said, "Let's take them torepparttar 102571 deep end."

I followed silently in fear as we were all marched torepparttar 102572 other end ofrepparttar 102573 pool and lined up atrepparttar 102574 side ofrepparttar 102575 diving board. One by one, kids from my group were herded torepparttar 102576 edge ofrepparttar 102577 pool by one adult and then 'helped' to jump offrepparttar 102578 edge intorepparttar 102579 arms another. The kids were being allowed to land fully inrepparttar 102580 water, but then helped to stay afloat and swam over back torepparttar 102581 side ofrepparttar 102582 pool.

'The Gash' stood menacingly by watching overrepparttar 102583 entire event. That is until it was my turn. As I reluctantly made my way torepparttar 102584 end ofrepparttar 102585 cement, I noticed 'The Gash' slip silently intorepparttar 102586 pool below me.

"I'll catch this one," he said coldly torepparttar 102587 other adult. I looked over in fear atrepparttar 102588 other kids who had gone before me. The look of horror I had on my face was mirrored back to me in their eyes as each thought to themselves how happy they were that it wasn't them up there.

Realizing my fate was sealed, I prepared to jump. However, in that final moment, I had a brilliant idea come to mind. I jumped with all my might and dove directly in front ofrepparttar 102589 other man who had caught allrepparttar 102590 others and was still inrepparttar 102591 water next to 'The Gash'.

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