Affiliate Program Success

Making an income from affiliate programs seems like a great way to make a living. What could be nicer than putting together a web site, about whatever you're most interested in, placing a couple of affiliate banners on every page, and then sitting back and waiting for the affiliate sales to start pouring in.

Well unless you had massive amounts of targeted traffic to your site, and the affiliate programs you were linking to exactly fitted the needs of your visitors, you'd be sitting and waiting an awful long time.

Making lots of money from affiliate programs is possible, but let's get one thing clear right now: it's not easy, and like any other way of earning a living it takes hard work.

However, it can, and is being, done.

James Martell, who wrote the Affiliate Marketers Handbook 2002, is making a massive $40,000 a month from a variety of affiliate programs.

Michael Campbell, author of Clickin' It Rich pulls in $200,000 a year from affiliate programs.

Rosalind Gardner makes a staggering $30,000 to $50,000 per month from Internet dating affiliate programs (she reveals how she does it in a detailed interview on Corey Rudl's Secrets To Their Success member site).

The interesting thing - apart from the large sums of money they make - is that they all take different approaches. (though James and Michael both use linked mini sites to drive affiliate sales).

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