Associate Programs Newsletter #398
Just a quick note before time runs out.
It seems as though no one can launch a new product these days without crashing their server.
After Jay wrote about AffiloBlueprint last week, their server was overloaded for half the day. So you might have missed getting it – or even seeing it.
We’re sorry about that. I guess when people saw what super affiliate Mark Ling was offering they were climbing over each other to get it.
The good news is that the site up and running smoothly now. The bad news is that Mark will be closing down access very soon.
As Jay mentioned, he opened it up only for a limited time (5 days) to ensure they could support all the new users who came on board.
Which means there’s only about 24 hours left. Then it’s gone.
If you’re interested in watching a genuine super affiliate build a “simple to replicate” website that makes $500 a week from scratch then you’ve got to take a look at this new home study course.
It’s one of the first of its kind.
What’s so special about this course is that Mark created it while demonstrating the whole process in front of a live audience, teaching newbies how to create a $500 a week site. He answered all their questions as they cropped up. So you won’t be left wondering what to do next.
If you’re frustrated and confused about affiliate marketing, you can end that confusion by taking Mark’s course.
See all the details here:
Check out our full review (including answers to your common questions), as well as our special bonuses here:
With a blueprint like this you really don’t have any excuses.[UPDATE, 2009: The new improved 2009 version of AffiloBlueprint has been launched. See our new AffiloBlueprint review with 7 bonuses.]
Important links at AssociatePrograms.com
My free Affiliate Program Tutorial
If you’re new to affiliate programs, start here
How to make $1000 a month online from scratch
Jay’s 8-part series
New affiliate programs
Our friendly, helpful Affiliate Forum
Affiliate programs directory
Thought for today: What we really need
“We act as though comfort and luxury were the chief requirements of life, when all that we need to make us really happy is something to be enthusiastic about.” – Charles Kingsley.
All the best