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All Are Not Super Affiliates!!

Discussion in 'Monetisation' started by marketraise int, Mar 19, 2007.

  1. marketraise int

    marketraise int New Member Webmaster

    They may all do well in their own right, not bashing most of them, but they are by no means super affiliates.All I’m saying and pointing out is that their monthly and annual income levels are nowhere near what super affiliates are doing, not to mention very few of them actually do any real affiliate marketing.
    A super affiliate should be the following:
    * Part of the 1% of all legitimate affiliate marketers (ebooks don’t count!)
    * Monthly affiliate marketing revenues should be no less than $250k a month (revenue, not profit)
    * Annual profits should be no less than $1 million based on your total affiliate marketing revenues
    * You must be hitting the minimums for at least 1.5 years consecutively (to make sure it isn’t a fluke)
    With those rules in place, that should cut down all of these bullshit claims by people dubbing themselves as super affiliates.
    So to all of you network reps, AM’s, and fake super affiliates, time to work harder, because finding people that hit the above criteria are pretty tough to find. There are under 1,000 of them in the world. You won’t find them actively posting on forums or blogs (because they have work to do!), you won’t be able to bribe them with higher payouts (they probably get that anyhow), and IM’ing and emailing them because you heard their name mentioned is a really dumb way to present yourself.
    To all of you self proclaimed super affiliates… Grow up. Stop lying to yourself, and get busy, instead of trying to trick everyone into liking you because of how much or how little you earn. Flaunting and bragging can get you only so far with the type of people you probably don’t want or need to impress. Want to impress someone and keep them reading your blog? Stop pretending to know what you’re talking about, trying to sell them shit, and start doing it on your own and reach that super affiliate status! It’s not THAT hard. Yeah, it takes work, but hell, everything does! And you also have to play the volume game and scale the hell out of your operations. Not to mention you can’t just depend on one single market or niche or even traffic source. Diversifying is your friend!
    So the moral of the story really is that ANYONE really can become a super affiliate. Sure it can be intimidating, but then again, what isn’t when it deals with being successful.You’ll never be BIG if you don’t take chances or gamble a bit. Make sure you do all of your trial and error, and your market research with things on a small or medium level too. You don’t want to screw something up by growing too quickly either. This whole thing takes time, and don’t be a lazy idiot and say you don’t have time or patience, because there are people sitting on death row right now with more time and patience and some optimism of being free than most affiliates have with making lots of money some day. Also, please stop buying these stupid ebooks on how to be the next millionaire on your block. They are a waste of money, and I promise you they won’t teach you anything that you can’t learn for free on a forum.
    Another long whinded post. But seriously. Instead of saying you agree or disagree, DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT! Nothing will work out itself. So set your goals to a normal level, read, practice, read, practice, read, practice.. and when you’ve worked out YOUR own strategy, write it down, keep it to yourself, and add some volume and take some chances with it. If you fail, so what, we all do, just try again and this time you’ll have learned from your mistakes.
    Best Regards,
    MarketRaise Corp.
  2. temi

    temi Facilitator Webmaster

    You have been posting facinating articles to this forum, each of them very useful, well done :)

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