Path #2: To leverage on a business that is already setup, just like MOBE. These programs offer you a license to promote their products when you buy them, and you can potentially earn a lot of money when someone signs up through your affiliate link. To make money with them, you’ll only need to drive high quality traffic to their business, and the business will take care of everything. Problem is, as a beginner, you will not know how to attract the right traffic, and that’s where most people fail (because they don’t have the fundamental knowledge about Internet Marketing). That is why I always recommend to start from Path #1, because you will learn the entire game of Internet Marketing from ground up.
I realize my bias is already showing through, so I’ll get to what I DON’T like about Wealthy Affiliate below. But, as I’ve already stated, overall I don’t know of any other place that is better for new affiliate marketers to get started than Wealthy Affiliate. If you take a look around my site, you’ll notice I’ve spent a TON of time on it. I’ve spent years of my life building this site, and there are currently almost 500 posts here, all for free, for everyone. It is in my best interest to promote only the best training course and that training course is Wealthy Affiliate.
OK I’m completely computer illiterate and have absolutely no skills at it…but I feel there’s a lot of potential for the local businesses in my area…but again, I feel so confused when I try to grasp the concept of how this all works..and every site just wants my money and all the “training sites” I’ve reviewed and researched have been scams or outdated..isn’t there anywhere I can get an actual legit mentor. 1 on 1..with maybe a handful of other people this mentor helps…not overbooked with a ton of people and no time or its like sitting in a class with too many students.. I just feel I could be really good at this but have no outlet to it..anyways sorry for probably wasting your time. Have a wonderful day!
If you want the full story, you can check out my about me page (it’s a pretty cool story if I may say so myself). The short version is that I got started with affiliate marketing back in 2009 and was able to go full-time in 2011. I now own more than a dozen websites in several different niche industries. You can see a listing of most of my sites at RogersConcepts.com.