Associate Programs Newsletter #548
This week we have an interview with another affiliate who has turned a hobby into a full-time affiliate business.
Mother of four Kim Rowley loves shoes, shopping, fashion and couponing. She has turned the things she’s passionate about into a successful business.
Our business writer, Kate Buckland, interviewed Kim about the things that make her successful.
For busy people, I’ve added a Key Points summary.
Here’s the interview…
Unusual addition to our directory
I like to keep an eye on affiliate programs added to our directory to see if there’s anything unusual. Here’s one I spotted.
It’s for Amish furniture – real, sturdy, functional, handcrafted beds, sideboards, rockers, dressers, office desks, tables, kitchen islands… all sorts of things all made to order. The furniture is handmade from solid wood – usually oak, maple or cherry – not that flimsy, laminated junk churned out in factories.
It’s good to see an affiliate program for quality products that are designed to last a lifetime.
I was also pleased to see – when I checked the Google AdWords Keyword Tool – that there are 22,000 global searches a month for “amish furniture”. This looks like an interesting niche.
Here are the details on the Online Amish Furniture affiliate program.
You can find the Online Amish Furniture affiliate program at Shareasale, which is one of the better affiliate networks.
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Thought for today: Quality
“You can’t fake quality any more than you can fake a good meal.” – William S. Burroughs.
All the best