Thursday, January 29, 2009

How Article Marketing Is Doubling My Affiliate Marketing Income

At least . . . almost.

Over at (BT) this week, I posted a review of sorts of Since I started using this article submission service, it's almost doubled my affiliate marketing income. My first article was distributed on January 11th, and it's working like a dream.

To learn more, read the two posts I wrote there yesterday and Tuesday. They are: Article Marketing: Is it Worth It to Submit to Thousands of Directories in One Click (Tuesday's post); and How Has Almost Doubled My Affiliate Marketing Sales (yesterday's post).

I'm new to this whole affiliate marketing thing, as I've said here before. So it's fascinating to see what works, why and what doesn't. This is especially true because I literally have to squeeze this in between duties of my "real job" (freelance writer). Feedback

If you have any experience with ArticleMarketer, or another submission service, please share it here so that those who are interested can get first-hand info about it. Your experience may be different from mine. There are some comments to my articles on BT, so be sure to check those out. I guess what I'm saying is before you plunk down any dollars, do your research.

The Latest Edition of the Inkwell Editorial Newsletter Is Out

The first issue of 2009 went out on Tuesday. If you haven't signed up to receive it, do so here. This issue covers how to make money with I'd always wondered if you can really make money with the site; and if so, how. I interviewed freelance Lisa-Anne Sanderson, who's sold upwards of 200 articles on the site -- garnering from $10 to $100 each. She gave us the inside scoop.

Also, I talk about how to make money from special reports. I've done two in the last 4 months or so. Because of this, I've landed a higher echelon of client, am selling my most expensive service at New Media Words ($595) like gangbusters and am getting to a place where I get to do more picking and choosing of the types of projects I work on.

All of this came from the special reports I wrote. I explain how and why in the newsletter.

2009 so far has been busy on so many fronts; I barely have time to breathe. I hope the same is true for you. Until next time,

Yuwanda (Wanna know what I'm up to? Check me out on Twitter)
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Linda Ann Nickerson said...

Good info.

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