Niche marketing can be tons of fun and a great way to make affiliate cach if you have a plan in place to drive traffic.
One of the best ways to do this is to set up an authority site based around a niche of interest.
Of course, this may sound difficult, but its really not. All you have to do is have a plan in place that will break up the process into a series of simple steps. Minimal investment will be required, but its well worth it.
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If you’re asking that question, then the short answer is "one". You should build and learn how to monetize only one site if you have to ask that question.
If you’re new to the whole IM thing, then it is always a good idea to proceed with more than the usual caution. Why? Simple. Internet marketers are great at upselling, and they can convince you to buy anything in just about any quantity.
The reason I am writing this is because I all too often read stories and threads like [ the one about this guy ]. Take a minute and read through the thread. Its a real eye opener.
Now that the true risks of IM are on the table, the following is a step by step plan I recommend if you’re interested in getting into internet marketing.
For the longest time, I loved to build sites with Adsense. Making money with Adsense was so easy. I would simply purchase a domain name, build a site, add some relevant content, slap some Adsense blocks on there and WHAM! make money with easy clicks.
That being said and done, however, I have been doing some heavy split testing as of late and have ultimately come to the conclusion that Adsense blocks on your site actually damages you business long term.
"What?" You ask. "Adsense damages my business?" You say.
Yep. Sure does…depending on your business model that is. Now, if you’re business model is what mine used to be…building small/lean sites monetized ONLY with Adsense blocks, then there is still some money to be made this way, but make no mistake, this avenue of revenue is drying up, at least for MFA sites. (Yeah, I said "MFA sites".)