what’s up everyone..
STM is unbelievable. I’m new to forum and my head feels cloudy after a few hours (in a great way)…
i’m wanna make a pivot (maybe addition) to my business…
i have a traditional web design company (Philippines team) which pays the bills. but to be honest i’m getting sick of it, customers have become a real headache this year. traffic is seo some ppc a good chunk referral. we price high specifically to scare off tire kickers but there are still plenty. < headache >
also have done a few warrior forum products which were entertaining (and quite profitable). but i’ve never cut my teeth properly in terms of true affiliate marketing. it kinda bugs me actually. i started there originally (funny enough) but didn’t have great success.
exactly why i want to shift some focus now. this forum is a goldmine. strategies are solid and detailed. i think paid forums are the way to go.
looking forward to connecting with everyone.
Nice you made the move! -1,000,000 points for warrior forum products though haha.
Do you have a link to your design company’s work?
lol – hilarious but true mr green
Portfolio being updated but we do a lot of custom wordpress themes, etc. — i’d be happy to allow STM to leverage my team. No worries at all.
Landers, etc. shouldn’t be an issue…but my goal was not sell on here (why i didn’t mention actual URL above). Truly here to tune up AM skills.
But happy to help anyone out. This forum has addressed 2 major long standing issues for me in under 24 hours. That’s sick.
That’s awesome that you are thinking about getting back into AM. What happened the first time you tried AM? Was it niche or traffic related why it fizzled?
As someone who works with people getting into or getting back into AM I always suggest leveraging what you know and like to begin with. If you know SEO and PPC find some offers that you’re interested that will be competitive with these traffic sources. Leverage the forum and shop around various networks to find the best offers.
You have definitely found the right forum, the advice and resources here are unmatched.
Congrats on taking the risk and trying to make AM work.
It can be tough in the beginning but it’s so much worth it.
Also , feel free to ask any questions you might have.
Honestly, it was me who fizzled. Impatient. I think too many things going on at once (learned from that lesson). But that’s a few years back and I’ve aged like a fine wine haha
Yep -agree 100%. I see little reason to go on any other forum now.
I’m a web programer. ha.
Awesome…will help you in AM.
I’m not (not trained officially at least), but my dev is worth his weight in solid golden coins