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Eagles910
03-01-2014, 03:49 PM
I have been hearing a lot of success stories about Affiliate marketing. unfortunately i have not had such success. I would like to know how much money do you earn monthly through Affiliate marketing? Also. How long did it take you to reach that level of income.

Some encouragement for a beginner would be nice.

Rainman
03-07-2014, 03:58 AM
To be honest, there are more affiliate marketers these days than there are customers. That could be exaggerating it a bit but I suppose that you get the point. There are so many affiliate marketers that only a few of them make any money worth talking about. For instance, I've been in the game for over two years and have made $0. Some say it takes time to make money but from experience I know it's not worth the time. It would be much, much better to start an online business and try to promote it. That way if you lose anything, at least you'd have been working for yourself.

eppie
03-07-2014, 07:52 AM
I have lots of affiliate programs. My earnings per month varies and depends on how hard and often I promote them. But on the average I earn around $100 to $150. I use to earn around $100 monthly from oDesk affiliate program alone until they change their affiliate program process/policies and I have to drop it because it's not worthwhile anymore. :(

Eagles910
03-07-2014, 07:59 AM
To be honest, there are more affiliate marketers these days than there are customers. That could be exaggerating it a bit but I suppose that you get the point. There are so many affiliate marketers that only a few of them make any money worth talking about. For instance, I've been in the game for over two years and have made $0. Some say it takes time to make money but from experience I know it's not worth the time. It would be much, much better to start an online business and try to promote it. That way if you lose anything, at least you'd have been working for yourself.

I absolutely agree. I have thought to my self. With all the time that i spend trying to sell these products. I might as well get a real job. It would be the same amount of work, and the pay would be consistent. I have learned that Affiliate marketing isn't worth it unless you find a product that you are extremely efficient at marketing. If a month goes by, and you have gotten 0 conversions. You should give up on that particular sponsor.

Lithium
03-11-2014, 07:20 AM
Not much. I usually win between 50 and 75 dollars per month, but it's quite a lot for my location and my country's economy.

owesem75
03-11-2014, 12:50 PM
Oh I just started thinking about this affiliate marketing. It is not bad though, I think for as long as you know what you are doing and you properly select the affiliate programs you want to be involved with that is RELATED TO YOUR NICHE then, it will bring you good income. I happen to land on a page called smartpassiveincome dot com and this guy, his name is pat, has a made a commitment to show his audience his monthly income and where it is coming from. you will be surprise to see his massive work and with US$77,xxx+ income in a certain month.. who would not be happy about that? Check it out and get motivated. You will not see success if you don't work for it. good luck to you!

mikelouis
03-18-2014, 11:53 PM
I have been using affiliate marketing for quite a while now. I have been relatively lucky to make a few sales in the last few months but it was not easy. I think these days there are a lot of affiliate marketers but the market is shrinking that is why people these days never make six figures income from affiliate marketing.

Sally108
03-23-2014, 12:56 PM
I have not had much success in affiliate marketing either. I am working on several different projects, so I really do not have as much time to devote to it as I would like. Along the same lines, however, I have had success with growing a down line. :0)

tinyfang
03-23-2014, 02:43 PM
Mind you, I recently started in affiliate marketing so I don't have any accurate results. Furthermore, I haven't quite pushed relevant content yet. However, just from the top of my head with what has been happening so far, I would say I wouldn't get much success in the first year unless I really target my audience coinciding content and ads.

sgreenwood
03-26-2014, 05:10 PM
I haven't done much with affiliate programs, I too am debating whether they are worth the time and effort. I know some people have had luck with them.

fredkawig
03-27-2014, 12:39 AM
I haven't earned anything yet. I'm also hoping to earn some but getting people to buy via your links is really a hard and difficult task.

TheBrit
03-27-2014, 07:38 AM
I know nothing whatsoever about affiliate marketing, save how it works. I write for various paid-per-article, and revenue share sites. I have for some time been considering setting up a blog and tying it in with some sort of affiliate marketing. Even earning just a few cents would make me feel I was at least receiving something for my efforts. However, everything I read or have discussed with various people say it is a none starter.

It seems to me that the only way to have any chance of picking up any income is with a very personal, niche blog. For examples sake.
Jane Doe decides she needs/wants to lose two stone. A daily blog laying out exactly what she does and what she used in the first week to lose those eight pounds, accompanied by adds for the product. This continues through the blog and then on how she kept the weight off. Hoping for a few, 'if it worked for her it might work for me' clicks. The whole thing would need backing up with personal emails to readers, becoming friends with the audience.

The same process could be used with personal, 'How I keep fit' blogs, advertising supplements, videos etc the writer uses to maintain the level of fitness.

Other than something similar to the above and that's no guarantee, it would seem more hard work than it's worth.

Skroozey
03-31-2014, 11:13 AM
Hey man, at least you are making some money! Use what you already know and expand upon it, sure you can scale things up and start making even more money!

I'm only new to affiliate marketing, so I don't make anything... yet... Amazon and ClickBank look the most promising for me to use. What does everyone use here? Or are there other programmes I should be looking into? Feel like such a newb haha!

(Edit: Quote failed, how embarrassing, sorry)

nevermore777
03-31-2014, 11:33 AM
I tried getting into affiliate marketing multiple times but it's just not working for me. After spending a few months without earning a single dime, you lose all motivation to continue. For those who are successful, what did you do?

loraanna
03-31-2014, 05:00 PM
I find that affiliate marketing can take up a great deal of time. I try to stay focused on a few things and not focus on too many things. If you do nothing gets done well.

canoe
04-01-2014, 01:13 AM
I make around $1000/month from adsense. I just have a simple review blog set up for a demanding niche and perform some basic seo. Honestly adsense is probably one of the easiest ways to make a passive income. You just need to start acting rather than reading up on IM methods all the time.

gadgetised
04-01-2014, 04:51 AM
I earn the least from affiliate marketing compared to Adsense, but I can bring in about 100 dollars a month on average if I work hard.

ursell
04-02-2014, 10:22 PM
I tried affiliate marketing and I didn't make anything. So I stopped trying and moved on to try to
make money else where.

jimcarry
04-22-2019, 06:03 AM
after 6 months you can make money

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04-24-2019, 09:29 PM
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essencepk
11-06-2019, 12:49 AM
With affiliate marketing you can earn $1,000$ 7,000 per month without doing any extra hard work. Everything depends on your effort and perseverance, but they have to the Click Bank University, they teach you everything you need to know to get good results.

kingsize
11-06-2020, 09:26 AM
With affiliate marketing you can earn $1,000–$ 7,000 per month without doing any extra hard work. Everything depends on your effort and perseverance, but they have to the Click Bank University, they teach you everything you need to know to get good results.
do they teach trading? or investing?

kingsize
11-06-2020, 09:27 AM
With affiliate marketing you can earn $1,000$ 7,000 per month without doing any extra hard work. Everything depends on your effort and perseverance, but they have to the Click Bank University, they teach you everything you need to know to get good results.
do they teach trading? or investing?

johnbluee
01-21-2021, 06:38 AM
I am doing amazon affiliate marketing and i am earning 40 to 50$ per month. It took 6 month to generate income. If you want to do affiliate marketing especially amazon affiliate then you have to be Patient, But once you start earning you will be happy. Last thing you can sell website at high price.

Rahul28
01-29-2021, 05:20 AM
Affiliate marketing can be lucrative, but it takes a commitment of time and money to make it a real business. ... Traditional advertisements and selling your own products can help if your affiliate-marketing revenue dries up.

RaniaRanii3
02-06-2021, 03:05 AM
Extensively talking, this graph should give you a dream that pay in member promoting can change a great deal. You can see there are a lot of bloggers and offshoot advertisers out there who procure under $20.000 ($1.600 each month). Yet, at that point there are additionally the individuals who make huge loads of cash.

lishmaliny
03-05-2021, 09:32 AM
You can really earn as much as you want if you are creative and put in the effort. Much of what you create to drive traffic to affiliate programs are incremental meaning that what you create today keeps working and then you can create more tomorrow. I highly suggest making small income goals and then grow them.