Walkabout Solopreneur

Walkabout Solopreneur

Dual Nature of Walkabout Solopreneur

The Dual Nature of Walkabout Solopreneur

One of the problems of starting an online business is generating initial income.

Affiliate marketing is a way to make money instantly, but it’s not a business. Transactions are one off but can be lucrative.

Building a blog and an authority site and an email list can give you customers for life but takes months if not years to build.

The secret is obvious for the solopreneur. Do both simultaneously. Write original articles that review or link to good affiliate products while building your authority sites with content that will later turn into your own Kindle books or Clickbank digital products.

The WS system begins with spun articles in virtually any niche. So much of authority sites are built around finding the perfect niche, but for affiliate marketing, it doesn’t matter.

I don’t much like product review articles. They are the “fake news” of affiliate marketing. Using product launches on MunchEye to write reviews as products become available, they are essentially the same from review to review.

The reviews regurgitate the sales page and add little or nothing. For Internet marketing products on JVzoo, reviewers can add their own bonuses to the main offerings.

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