I know that a lot of you out there are just like me: ordinary folks who want to find a way to balance their work and home life so that they can earn money without having to spend long hours away from their family.
That's the amazing thing about the internet. It allows people like us to earn a living while also freeing us up to do those things that we really want to do.
You need a certain degree of proficiency with computers and the internet to be successful with affiliate marketing, but once you've got the basics down, the sky is the limit!
(Have no clue what affiliate marketing is? Check out Affilorama.com
for the ultimate free crash course.)
So, if you have a website
or a newsletter list
targeted to women, then you can earn $$
by promoting my course!
Like thousands of vendors, I use Clickbank to sell all my digital products. Clickbank is the world's largest internet retailer, and their affiliate program is exceptional. (I know, because I happen to be an affiliate myself!)
I enjoy browsing the Clickbank Marketplace
for new courses to promote, and twice a month Clickbank rounds up all my sales and sends me a check. I don't have to do a thing!
You can find out more about Clickbank and sign up for a Clickbank account, if you don't have one already, by clicking here
The hoplink form below will generate a special "cloaked" hoplink. Sometimes, customers can get scared off when they see a lot of confusing symbols and letters in a link. This special hoplink will "cloak" your affiliate code, so all the customers see is my website.
When you sign up as an affiliate, your primary relationship is not with me but rather with Clickbank.
You need to make sure you understand all of Clickbank's policies, terms and conditions for affiliates.
If you're confused about how Clickbank works, you'll find the answers to most questions on Clickbank's Help Page for Affiliates.
Another great resource is the The Complete Guide to Clickbank
by Harvey Segal, which provides an honest assessment of Clickbank's strengths and weaknesses.