Flopportunity: Failure is Success in Progress

Flopportunity: Failure is Success in Progress

[Interview – Robby Amaro] Failure, what it means, is an opportunity. You cannot improve at anything, typically, without hitting a roadblock or some kind of issue. As much as the issue sucks at the moment, that’s exactly what’s going to teach you and help you improve.

Relationships = $$$$: Networking with Intention

Relationships = $$$$: Networking with Intention

[Interview – Robby Amaro] What is intentional networking? It is exposing yourself to a group of people who are typically like-minded in that they have some kind of intention behind being in a space together. For example, you don’t aimlessly go to every networking event and assume something good is going to come out of it. Networking should be intentional.

More Money: The Art of Being Decisive

More Money: The Art of Being Decisive

[Interview – Robby Amaro] Most people take too long to make decisions. The fact that you make the decision a positive thing because the quicker you make decisions, the quicker you learn, the quicker you know whether to or to not make that decision again.

The Golden Rules of Affiliate Management

The Golden Rules of Affiliate Management

This is far from complete, but it is a solid start! Be respectful at all times – if someone ticks you off – walk away until you can respond with tact and respect. (One of the harder lessons for me!) Don’t always assume you know what someone meant in...
Know Your Numbers: What Reporting Do You Need?

Know Your Numbers: What Reporting Do You Need?

[Interview – Cody Bramlett] We are going to share what we do to help people understand what’s happening in your business day in, day out and long-term so you can make your affiliates happier and you can make more money…

How to Rent Email Lists and Profit From It

How to Rent Email Lists and Profit From It

[Guest Article by Scott Palat] According to Scott Palat, you are either begging for JVs or you are not! “For years, I’ve been begging affiliates to promote my offer and for years, it’s been the biggest pain in my ass.”

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