New way to earn your first dollar online

12 September
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socibuzz

Associate Programs Newsletter #538

If you buy affiliate marketing ebooks, then read them and leave them sitting untouched because affiliate marketing looks too complicated, you’ll love a new site called SociBuzz.

(If you’re a tricky power user of social media, you’ll see opportunities here, too.)

Making money with SociBuzz will appeal to total beginners, because the concept is so simple. You post links on social media sites and get paid for clicks.

  • You DON’T need a website or blog.
  • You DON’T even have to make a sale. You are paid for clicks on links.
  • You need social media accounts, such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Linkedin, YouTube.com, Tumblr, and MySpace.
  • The minimum payment is surprisingly low – only $1. So they’re not hanging on to your money for ages.
  • Payments are made weekly via PayPal. That’s fast.
  • You should be able to earn at least something on your first day. Some affiliates have made money MINUTES after signing up.

socibuzz.GIFYou sign up as a “publisher”, choose affiliate links from SociBuzz, and post them ONLY on specified social media sites. When someone clicks on a link, you receive a percentage of the money the advertiser pays.

You can earn up to 70% of the money the advertiser pays.

You can go direct to http://www.socibuzz.com and sign up.

OR – here’s a better idea…

Get a flying start by following the instructions written by James Renouf, who has rushed out a fast, very cheap 16-page ebook, called Push Button 1.0. It’s in large print, with screenshots, and the first 3 pages are introductory, so it won’t take long to read.

He gives you ideas on how to select links, the best ways to place your links, and he explains what you need to do to get the maximum 70% commissions.

He says the average (non-power) user is earning $50 to $100 a month.

James also gives hints on how to scale this up.

You can join Socibuzz here

Get James’ 16-page Push Button 1.0 instruction book

[WARNING: I hope I don’t have to say this, but just in case… Use commonsense when posting links on social media. Are you going to ignore Facebook’s rules? It says it doesn’t allow posting of third party ads, so you could potentially lose your much-loved Facebook page. On the other hand, Facebook appears to be allowing SociBuzz to connect with it. That doesn’t compute. SociBuzz is in beta. They’re brand new, and perhaps some early opportunities will eventually disappear. It will be interesting to watch this develop.]

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A new bargain from Perry Marshall
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While SociBuzz is suitable for beginners (or tricky power users), here’s a new book that is best suited for people who already own a business and want to improve it…

Writing a review of Perry Marshall’s latest book was tough work because of the scope of the book. While Perry lives and breathes Google AdWords, his latest instruction manual is about a LOT more.

I was surprised by how much ground Perry and co-author Bryan Todd cover. Perry doesn’t just want to help you succeed with AdWords, he wants to help you build a long-term, successful business. He draws on his own experience as he describes a whole Internet marketing strategy.

Even if you have no intention whatsoever of using AdWords, ANY marketer will get enormous value out of this modestly priced book, available at Amazon.

Here’s my review…

Perry’s new book – why it’s a bargain

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10 Ways to Increase Conversions
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Do you want to increase your visitor-to-sales ratio?

That must be a trick question, right? We ALL want more sales.

Here are 10 good ways for affiliates to increase their conversion rate, described in a post on our affiliate forum by Rebecca Turner…

10 Ways to Increase Conversions

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Thought for today: Do you really want it?
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“If you really want to do something, you’ll find a way. If you don’t, you’ll find an excuse.” – E. James Rohn.

All the best

Allan Gardyne

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