lowcarbjohn - 7:33 pm on May 3, 2007 (gmt 0)
I think the problem that people have with AM is thinking that it is so very different to anything else. 20 years ago, I placed ads in newspapers for unsecured loans. I took phone calls and completed forms by hand, then submitted them to a loan company with my agency number. Now you can do the same job with a site and some scripts. The success rate is determined by how well you attract customers, just as it was back then! The Internet has provided a global market that is open 24/7 but the 'problem' is getting 'seen'. Affiliate Marketing should really be thought of as Advertising marketing, then people would make more progress. Example: Car Insurance. Sheilas Wheels pays 75 pounds to affilates for each customer. It doesn't take many of those to quit your day job. Just my observations.