Gael Breton

Author Archives: Gael Breton


#62 – HUGE Amazon Associates Payout Update Incoming: What We Know & How To Prepare

Did you enjoy the show?

Please consider subscribing and dropping us a honest review on iTunes as well. If you do, we will send you our free training "From $0 to $1,000 / month with affiliate marketing".

What You Will Learn In This Podcast

  • What probable changes are coming to the Amazon associates program this week
  • How much this could impact existing sites
  • How this changes the authority site model
  • How to prepare for it and protect yourself

Subscribe to Authority Hacker!

In this episode, Perrin & Gael sit down and talk about the upcoming Amazon associates payout update coming in the next few days and how to prepare for it.

Continue reading

Local Affiliate Marketing Programs in 2017: What is it and How Can You Make Money from It?

Low commissions, intense competition, and spammy offers…

This is something most affiliate marketers have to deal with on a daily basis. Yet, every day hundreds of new blogs pop-up to fight over the same few keywords and offers.

However, there is an alternative to this intense competition: local affiliate marketing.

Imagine if you were the only affiliate marketer in a lucrative niche earning $200, $500 and even $1,000 per referral.

Now imagine that your referrals were actually helping real people with real businesses. That’d be pretty cool right?

This is what local affiliate marketing promises: lower competition and higher commissions.

What exactly is local affiliate marketing? How does it differ from conventional affiliate marketing? How much can you make from it?

We’ll explore these questions and more in this post.

What is Local Affiliate Marketing?

Local affiliate marketing is promotion of products and services of a business in a specific a geographical area (for example, a neighborhood, city, or state).

Instead of going to sites such as Amazon or Clickbank to find products to market (which have a global reach), you look for local merchants and promote their area-specific services and products.

Many local businesses are willing to spend money on new customers but don’t know how to market online.

As a local affiliate marketer, your job is to approach these businesses and offer your marketing expertise. Usually, this means sending them high quality leads in exchange for a commission.

The local affiliate marketing workflow looks somewhat like this:

  1. Find a local business
  2. Negotiate a deal where you sell leads either on a commission or a flat per lead basis
  3. Negotiate lead type (phone call, email, nurtured lead, etc.)
  4. Attract local traffic
  5. Track referrals

Understand that most local businesses already have systems in place to convert incoming leads. They also know how much profit they can make per lead. If a car dealership knows it can make $14/lead, it might be happy paying you as much as $10 for a quality lead.

Most local businesses will be happy to work with you if:

  • Your lead quality is good
  • You send them consistently
  • Your cost per lead is lower than their profit per lead.

Why Local Affiliate Marketing?

There are four reasons why local affiliate marketing works:

1. Businesses want your services

Even as we enter the third decade of the commercial internet, most local businesses struggle with digital marketing:

  • 27% of small businesses surveyed by BrightLocal in 2014 said that they don’t have the time or the budget to market themselves online, up from 22% in 2013.
  • According to a 2014 survey by BrightLocal, 32% of small businesses say that internet marketing is “very effective”. At the same time, 20% of small businesses don’t invest in any digital marketing due to cost or time concerns.
  • 30% of small businesses say that keeping up with technology is one of their biggest marketing challenges.
  • Only 72% of local businesses use email marketing. As per one study, the biggest reason for not using email was that it’s “too complicated”.

Small businesses aren’t oblivious; they know that their customers are increasingly moving online. The only problem is that they often don’t have the expertise, the time, or, sometimes, the budgets to hire dedicated marketers.

Which is where you come in.

2. Local SEO tends to be easier

More than social, SEO is the heart of any local marketing campaign. After all, 80% of consumers use the internet to search for local businesses.

In fact, in the BrightLocal survey referenced above, SEO ranked as the second most effective source of customers for local businesses, next only to word of mouth.

Fortunately, in most cases, local SEO is easier than ranking for the same term with a larger geographical reach.

For example, the broad keyword “car insurance” is phenomenally competitive with an Ahrefs KD score of 73 and a Moz KD score of 61:

A similar local search - “car insurance in Atlanta” - on the other hand, has an Ahrefs KD score of 12 and a Moz KD score of just 21 with a bigger opportunity score:

3. PPC is usually more lucrative

If you decide to forego the SEO route, you’ll find that promoting your site via PPC ads (especially AdWords) tends to be more effective for two reasons:

  • Better conversions: People searching for solutions locally usually have a strong purchase intent. For instance, a Google study found that 50% of people searching for local solutions on mobile visited a store within the same day.
  • Cheaper rates: Although not always true, CPC for local searches is often lower than global searches, despite the higher conversion rate.

For example, consider the CPC for the keywords “roof repair”, “roof repair Houston”, and “cheap roof repair”:

Combined with high conversions, advertising via PPC is often lucrative for local affiliate marketers.

4. Opportunities to upsell services

Local affiliate marketing gives you plenty of room to upsell additional services to happy clients. Once you start sending consistently high quality leads, you can negotiate deals for extra services such as website building, conversion rate optimization, nurtured leads, etc.

This can effectively help you grow earnings and scale your business.

Who is Doing Local Affiliate Marketing?

Some of the most valuable internet companies are essentially local affiliate marketers.

Here are a few that use different models:

1. Zomato

Zomato, which recently acquired UrbanSpoon, is one of the largest restaurant listings websites in the world (Alexa rank: 541) with a $1B valuation.

Zomato makes money by selling advertising to local restaurants. In turn, restaurants get a dedicated Zomato number which they can use to track and receive calls.

This is essentially a variation of the local affiliate marketing model with local advertising thrown in for good measure.

2. Nolo is one of the largest directories of praticing lawyers in the US. The site is free to use for consumers and helps them find lawyers in any region for any specialty.

Nolo makes money by directing leads to local lawyers and selling premium lawyer profiles. This is another example of a hybrid affiliate + advertising model.

3., the online home of the Yellow Pages, essentially brings the YP model online. Just like printed version of the Yellow Pages, the site has a massive directory of businesses in each city.

Business owners can use the ySearch service to capture local traffic and turn them into leads. Prices for this service range from $300 to $5,999 per month.

4. shows you detailed specs, pictures, and reviews for hundreds of cars across dozens of brands. When you click on a car’s availability near your area, you are taken to a form where you can enter your name, email and phone. then sends this information to a local dealer who can then contact you to follow-up with the purchase.

Essentially, makes its money by selling leads to local businesses. In 2014, it was being floated around at a price tag of $2.5 to $3 billion dollars with annual revenues of close to $500M - quite a lot for a local affiliate marketer!

Over to You

If you’re an affiliate marketer, don’t overlook local opportunities. There are many high-value businesses in nearly every city ready to pay for new customers.

If you want to stand out and decide and be in control of your own commissions, start an affiliate campaign in your own backyard.


#42 The Google Opt in Pop Up Update – What it Means For You & What To Do Next

Did you enjoy the show?

Please consider subscribing and dropping us a honest review on iTunes as well. If you do, we will send you our free training "From $0 to $1,000 / month with affiliate marketing".

What You Will Learn In This Podcast

  • What the new Google update is all about
  • What kinds of pop up technologies will and will not be affected by the update
  • 3 ways to live in the post mobile pop up era
Continue reading

How Switching To The Authority Site Model Allowed Perrin To Build a Stable $7,504/Month Income

Gael's Notes                 

If you have been following us for a while, you may have noticed Perrin has been authoring most of the blog posts for a few months but hasn't had a proper introduction.

He has been helping on the blog side while I have been focusing on growing the Business and member area side of Authority Hacker and growing our other authority sites.

I am far from giving up on blogging though and hope to have more time for it next year (I am still on the podcast though)

If you followed Niche Pursuits in the past, you've probably heard of Perrin, but if you have not, here is a quick introduction of how he went from someone just "dreaming" of making money online to making some, to losing everything and to rebuilding it all the right way.

Perrin's one of those people who constantly innovates on 'classic' marketing tactics, which has made it really fun to work with him--and in many cases to coach him--as we grow our sites alongside each other, swapping strategies and creating new techniques along the way.

I'm happy to say his authority site is doing well and he is writing for us by choice and not because he needs the money anymore (not that we don't pay him!).

He now makes around $8,000/month from a site he started just 20 months ago.​

Sit back and enjoy his story!​

$97… that’s all I got for it.

It was basically my only form of entertainment: my Xbox 360.

But I needed a job. Bad. The problem was that my wardrobe was 100% t-shirts and jeans. I needed a job, but before I could even book interviews, I need something to wear.

And I was dead broke...

So I did the only thing I could: I sold my Xbox to a goofy 10-year-old kid on craigslist. It was my only option. I had $35 in my bank account, there was no way to pay rent next month, and I absolutely needed to buy a suit for job interviews.

I sold my baby for $97, took the bus downtown, walked two more miles to H&M, and bought the cheapest suit I could find.

Continue reading

#41 Tips & Tricks To Make More Money With The Amazon Associates Program (and how to avoid the Ban Hammer)

Did you enjoy the show?

Please consider subscribing and dropping us a honest review on iTunes as well. If you do, we will send you our free training "From $0 to $1,000 / month with affiliate marketing".

What You Will Learn In This Podcast

  • How the Amazon associates program works
  • Which niches & keywords work better for Amazon earnings
  • The best way to link to Amazon for click through & conversions
  • How to take advantage of the holiday season to make bank
  • Wether you should use native ads, the amastore and other tools Amazon puts at your disposal
  • How to manage your affiliate links & tracking IDs efficiently
  • How to not get banned
Continue reading

#40 – How to Be Successful At Graphic Design Outsourcing

Did you enjoy the show?

Please consider subscribing and dropping us a honest review on iTunes as well. If you do, we will send you our free training "From $0 to $1,000 / month with affiliate marketing".

What You Will Learn In This Podcast

  • what is the us the #1 mistake other people make when hiring designers.
  • Start from start. New site, basic wp theme. Where do you start - hire vs service 99 designs?
  • Lifecycle of design needs
  • Best place to hire designers?
  • Best practice for hiring process? Testing/Interviewing/portfolio? What to look for? What to avoid?
  • How to work with a designer?
  • What can designer do and what can't they do?
Continue reading

Mobile Affiliate Marketing – What is it and how can you take advantage of it?

Until 2007, touchscreen pocket-sized computers were the stuff of science-fiction.

Today, over 2 billion people use these tiny pocket computers.

(And I’m not even counting the billions of other dumb phone users.)

For a technology that didn’t even exist until nearly a decade ago, mobile phones have gone on to dominate our lives.

With so much mobile traffic, there is also massive opportunity for mobile affiliate marketing.

But what exactly does mobile marketing involve? What kind of mobile affiliate offers can you run? And most importantly, what are some ways you can take advantage from the mobile explosion?

I’ll answer some of these questions in this post.

What is Mobile Affiliate Marketing?

When it first started out, mobile marketing was easy enough to understand. It essentially involved using mobile-specific marketing channels such as SMS to reach out to prospective customers.

With the rise of smartphones, the distinction between “mobile affiliate marketing” and regular affiliate marketing is rather blurry.

After all, your smartphone can show the same website - and the same affiliate ads - as a desktop computer.

So an enhanced definition would be this:

Mobile affiliate marketing is the process of using offers, tactics and tools tuned specifically for the mobile audience.

This doesn’t even have to be very complicated. The Facebook ad you run on desktop news feeds can very well be made to run on mobile news feeds as well.

If you do that, you are effectively a “mobile affiliate marketer”.

Why Mobile Affiliate Marketing?

Take a look at this image:

This graph shows the growth of mobile users as compared to desktop users.

Now look at this image:

This is a graph of the total number of US local searches on Google done through mobiles vs. desktops.

If that wasn’t convincing enough, here’s a look at the total number of smartphone sales compared to desktop and laptop sales:

You don’t have to have a degree in statistics to see that mobile is very clearly the dominant traffic source online. Don’t be surprised if mobile makes up 80%+ of all online traffic in the coming few years.

Investing in mobile affiliate marketing is essentially investing in the future.

What Are Some Mobile Marketing Channels?

Most marketers are still under the assumption that mobile marketing = sending text messages.

In truth, there’s a lot more to mobile affiliate marketing.

Broadly speaking, you can divide mobile marketing into two channel-types:

  • Free: This involves capturing traffic through social media and mobile search, and sending them to a (preferably) mobile optimized site.
  • Paid: This involves using mobile-specific advertising tactics and channels to reach an audience and convert them into leads and customers.

Since the first channel is the same as your standard desktop-focused affiliate marketing model (except on mobile), I won’t go into much detail.

Paid mobile channels, however, are much more confusing to affiliate marketers.

Let’s look at a few of these mobile ad types in more detail:

In-App Ads

You might have seen these ads pop-up on your games and apps:

These are in-app ads. More often than not, these ads take you to an app install page in either Google Play or iTunes.

App Install Ads

App install ads are exactly what you think they are: ads that urge people to install an app. Advertisers are usually charged on a “per install” basis.

App install ads are among the most lucrative channels for online advertising platforms like Facebook. Reportedly, Facebook made $X billion last year through pay-per-install ads.

App install ads may be shown on social media, mobile web or apps.

Mobile web ads

You can show ads not just inside apps, but also inside mobile websites.

These can either be standalone mobile versions of desktop websites or responsive sites. What matters is that the ad itself is:

  • Optimized for mobile screens.
  • Is visible to only mobile audiences.
  • Takes visitors to mobile-specific landing pages.

Google is the biggest player in the mobile web advertising space (of course). The other top players are Millennial Media and InMobi.

Mobile social media ads

You might have seen these “sponsored” posts on Instagram:

Mobile social media advertising is another channel available to mobile affiliate marketers. Besides Instagram, marketers can also show their ads on Snapchat (open only to large brands for now), Twitter and Facebook’s mobile audiences.

In fact, mobile is the fastest growing revenue segment for Facebook:

There are a lot of other tactics, ad-types and channels involved in mobile affiliate marketing. For example, there are content discovery ads served via Outbrain or Taboola, as well as SMS marketing.

How Can You Make Money with Mobile Affiliate Marketing?

The same way that you make money with any affiliate marketing - by sending traffic to relevant offers.

The only difference is that the offers will be designed for mobile audiences.

For example, when you search for mobile offers on MaxBounty, you’ll see “mobile-optimized” offers:

Since mobile phones have so much more data about you than desktops (including location, device type, etc.), you can get some really targeted (and high converting) offers. A user in Atlanta and using an iPhone might see a completely different ad than an Android user in Budapest.

On the downside, as a publisher, you can’t show as many ads on the smaller mobile screen as compared to desktops, which can impact your revenue negatively.

What are the Pros of Mobile Affiliate Marketing?


  • Lower competition: Despite mobile’s dominance over the last few years, it’s still a relatively unsaturated market. If you’ve ever tried your hand at PPC and failed because the competition was too rough, mobile might be more feasible for you.
  • Massive growth: Mobile traffic is growing much, much faster than desktop traffic. This is particularly true outside the developed world where a massive chunk of all new users are on mobile. Important to note if you want to build something future-proof.
  • More targeted offers: Imagine narrowing down your offers not just on keywords, but also on your target’s location, device type, etc. Better targeting = more conversions = more money.

What are the Cons of Mobile Affiliate Marketing?

Unfortunately, mobile marketing isn’t without its downsides. Some of the biggest ones among these are:

  • Design challenges: After years of use, plenty of marketers have a decent idea of what a well-designed desktop site looks like, but very few can say the same for mobile sites. This results in some disastrous looking sites with horrible, conversion-killing UI/UX elements.
  • Development challenges: You can buy a hosting account, a domain name and upload WordPress to have a fully functional website up and running within minutes. If you want a mobile app, however, you’ll have to go through a lot of hoops. There is no “HTML template/WordPress theme” equivalent for mobile apps - yet.
  • Lack of tools: All the marketing tools you know and love were mostly designed on and for desktop audiences. Some of these these don’t translate well onto smaller screens.
  • Poor CTR: Because of the smaller screen, audiences can’t see as many ads and search results on mobile phones. This means that a #8 result won’t get nearly as many clicks (taps) on mobile as it does on desktops. Even ad CTR falls drastically on mobiles, as per WordStream.

Should You Invest in Mobile Affiliate Marketing?

As much as I’d like to say “jump in!”, I would recommend exercising caution.

For one, the design and development challenges are significant. You can’t just tinker around with the HTML or throw in some CSS to make a mobile website look great (you’ll have to mess with complicated media queries for that).

It’s much less “intuitive” than desktop marketing. If you don’t have the patience for it, it’s easy to lose your shirt with bad offers and poor converting sites/apps.

It can be wildly profitable, but for that, you’ll have to be patient enough to test out different offers, ad creatives and content-types.


Travel Affiliate Marketing Best Programs – Is it Still Worth it and How Much Can You Make with it

$533.52 billion.

That’s how much people spent on travel purchases online last year.

The travel industry is one of the world’s largest and most enduring industries. Trends might come and go, but people will always need (and want) to travel for work and for pleasure.

Little wonder that across all the sectors, the travel industry contributes over $7 trillion to the global economy.

With so much money being spent, the competition in travel affiliate marketing is tough.

Is it still worth promoting airline and hotel affiliate programs? And if it is, how much can you actually make from it?

Read on to find out.

Travel Industry: By the Numbers

Travel was one of the first verticals to fully embrace online commerce. The first consumer-focused travel website - Expedia - was launched way back in 1996.

Expedia, of course, is still alive and kicking today. It actually made $5.73 billion last year.

Here’s what the travel industry looks like by the numbers:

  • $7.17 trillion: Total size of the travel industry in 2015.
  • $533.52 billion: Total money spent on online travel sites in 2015.
  • $39.3 billion: Total sales across all of Expedia’s properties in 2013.
  • $1.8 billion: Average annual online advertising spend of Priceline (mostly on Google Ads)
  • 105 million: Total people engaged in the travel sector (3.6% of all employment)
  • 104.6 million: Total rooms booked by in Q1 2015.

Unfortunately, there are no concrete numbers available as to the size of the online travel affiliate marketing industry. However, if I had to guess, I’d say it’s probably a substantial portion of the $6.8 billion global affiliate marketing industry.

How Much Can You Make with Travel Affiliate Marketing?

In terms of sheer numbers?

Hundreds of millions. Here’s an example.

You might have used Kayak. This meta search engine is essentially a very advanced affiliate marketing site. It pools in data from multiple travel sites. When a user selects a flight or hotel, Kayak gets a commission from the booking site.

In 2012, Kayak did $292M in revenue.

Of course, building a site like Kayak would be far beyond the scope of the average affiliate marketer.

Thankfully, even small city/region/country-focused travel blogs can do substantially well with affiliate marketing.

A quick search on Flippa shows multiple sites in the travel niche, many making thousands of dollars each month, mostly through affiliate channels.

So how much can you make in this niche?

Anywhere from a few hundred dollars each month to millions.

Your raw marketing savvy and much you can afford to scale the site and its content and the size of your niche will likely be the most important contributing factors to your revenues.

What Kind of Affiliate Offers are Available for Travel Marketers?

There are essentially three kinds of things you can sell on a travel website:

  1. Hotel/Cruise/Flight booking
  2. Products/eBooks/Apps for travellers
  3. Travel insurance

The first category is far more lucrative and can pay very well with targeted traffic (which also means that it can get ridiculously competitive, by the way; remember how Priceline spent $1.8 billion on Google Ads in 2014?)

For example, a quick search on MaxBounty shows me several affiliate offers from paying nearly $15/sale on average.

Usually, sites will plug affiliate offers into a booking tool, like this:

Besides hotel or flight tickets, you can also promote tools and products used by travellers. This might range from travel gear (bags, shoes, etc.) and guides to apps, travel insurance and even topic-specific eBooks (such as a guide to “Working While Traveling”). Clicking the ‘Buy’ link to these items usually leads to an affiliate offer.

What are Some Successful Travel Affiliate Sites?

I’ve already mentioned Kayak as an example of a large site making millions through affiliate marketing.

This doesn’t mean that the only sites making money from affiliate marketing in this space are all million dollar projects.

Far from it. There are countless smaller sites making lots of money from travel affiliate marketing.

Here are a couple of examples so you get a better idea:

1. NomadicMatt

What it sells: Everything from travel insurance to Matt’s own books and guides.

Here’s an example of an affiliate page on this site.

2. YTravelBlog

What it sells: Hotel and flight booking, along with travel gear, guides and eBooks.

Here’s an example of an affiliate page on yTravelBlog.

What Are Some Pros of Travel Affiliate Marketing?

Selling travel offers isn’t without its positives. Some of the biggest pros to working in this niche are:

  • High quality offers: Most well-paying hotel/flight/cruise affiliate programs are from highly respected and well-known brands like Expedia, LonelyPlanet, etc. You’ll never have to worry about sending shady offers to your readers.
  • Easy (and fun) content creation: Forget about writing drab how-to’s and guides – content creation for the travel segment is actually fun. Plus, since the best performing travel content is usually visual, you won’t have to do a lot of writing.
  • Lots of hidden opportunities: Most of the competition in this sector is centered around English-speaking, US-based audience. If you go outside the US, you’ll find lots of opportunities. If you can write in other languages, you’ll find that some lucrative keywords are virtually free for the taking.
  • Growing segment: The Millennials might be the most well-traveled generation in history. This generation is also more inclined to explore little known destinations and experiences. This means that there are more opportunities than ever for content creators and affiliate marketers. Sure, the competition for “Guide to Orlando, Florida” might be tough, but “Guide to Angkor Wat in Cambodia” isn’t.
  • High payouts: Expedia pays its affiliates as much as 10% of the booking amount. That might not sound like a lot, but with most international flights costing over $1,500 and hotels amounting to another $1000 for a week, you’re looking at tens of hundreds of dollars in commissions.
  • Lots of travel bloggers: Finding writers and content will never be a challenge. There are tons of bloggers in any niche you can imagine.
  • Low competition for local offers & keywords: You might not make it to the top of the SERPs for “new york travel”, but you can definitely win big if you focus on smaller towns where the competition is much lower.

What Are Some Cons of Travel Affiliate Marketing?

Travel affiliate marketing is wildly lucrative, but it is also equally challenging.

Here are some of the biggest issues you’ll face as a travel marketer are:

  • Need targeted traffic: If you’re running a site about Spain, only someone looking to travel to Spain in the very near future will click on a hotel affiliate offer. This means your traffic needs to be highly targeted if you’re going to get any conversions. There are few “just curious” buyers in this segment.
  • Tough competition in the SERPs: The most targeted traffic for travel offers is through organic search. However, the competition for most lucrative keywords is incredibly strong. For instance, if you want to rank for “best hotels in Dallas”, you’ll have to beat the likes of LonelyPlanet (DR: X), TripAdvisor (DR: X), Kayak (DR: X) and Expedia – all multibillion dollar companies.
  • Low customer lifetime value (LTV): A visitor who lands on your site about Spain will only read your site when he is planning to visit the country (something a tourist won’t do more than once or twice). After he’s booked his tickets and planned an itinerary, you’ll likely lose this visitor forever. Hence, you can’t add people to an email list and keep sending them more and more offers in the long-term.
  • Spammy: Perhaps it’s because of the very nature of the segment - travel blogging requires little in experience or expertise - but this field is incredibly spammy. You’ll almost never get a guest post without paying for it (which breaks Google’s ToS and so is not something we recommend). Corollary: this makes link building very hard in the travel market, especially if you want to play nice with Google.

Is it Worth Getting into Travel Affiliate Marketing?

Yes, provided you do three things right:

  • Niche and keyword selection: A general-purpose site about “travel tips” or “destination guides” will sink faster than a block of lead. Before you jump into travel marketing, make sure that you select a narrow niche (such as “Ecuador Travel” or “Traveling Guides for Solo Travelers”) as well as keywords with low competition.
  • Content creation: The best kind of travel content is usually visual. Such content does very well on social media. If you can create informative, visual content consistently, this segment might be for you.
  • Link building: This is a massive challenge in this niche. Most conventional link building methods (such as guest posting and outreach) don’t work. Fortunately, getting social media traffic is easier since everyone likes to read about exotic places :)


Travel is a nearly inexhaustible niche. Sure, the competition is immense, but so are the opportunities. If you can ace content creation and figure out a scalable link building strategy, you’ll be golden. Plus, with the variety of products you can sell - from tickets to travel insurance - you’ll never be short of offers.


#36 – Copycats : How to Deal With Them & How To Reverse Engineer Without Being a Clone (Perrin & Gael)

Did you enjoy the show?

Please consider subscribing and dropping us a honest review on iTunes as well. If you do, we will send you our free training "From $0 to $1,000 / month with affiliate marketing".

What You Will Learn In This Podcast

  • Why Ripping an entire site off is a bad idea and what to do instead
  • How to deal with someone who copies your website
  • How to inspire yourself from the competition without being a blatant clone
  • The things you can and you can't copy from other websites
  • Personal stories on how we handle copycat situations
Continue reading

#28 : What Does a Day in the Life of an Internet Marketer Look Like?

Did you enjoy the show?

Please consider subscribing and dropping us a honest review on iTunes as well. If you do, we will send you our free training "From $0 to $1,000 / month with affiliate marketing".

What You Will Learn In This Podcast

  • Simple ways to structure your day as a self employed marketer
  • How different personalities adapt their schedules based on preferences
  • Tips & tricks to boost your productivity and motivation
Continue reading
1 2 3 8

Send this to friend