Why I Love Affiliate Marketing – Part 4

Guest Blogger: The following is a guest post from one of my favorite internet marketing mentors.

Why I Love Affiliate Marketing – Part 4
By Jimmy D. Brown of “Affiliate Payraise”

I’m sure by now you are well aware that there are those who have reported HUGE amounts of money being made with their online businesses. What you may not be aware of is the
amount of work involved in generating those “sales” (not always net profit, mind you … this isn’t “spendable” income in a lot of cases.)

That brings me to the fourth reason why I love affiliate marketing…

** You don’t need to manage an entire business **

While it can be quite lucrative, running an entire business with employees, inventory, partners, vendors, and other associates can be a time-sucking, frustrating ordeal.


* Processing refunds
* Putting out fires when partners SPAM
* Managing day-to-day operations
* Overseeing projects you’ve outsourced
* Recruting new affiliates
* Training everyone to help you
* Paying taxes
* Taking care of the paper trail
* Doing all of the “stuff” that business owners do.

Didn’t you want to start an internet business to make more time for important things in life?

Why not make a lot of money WITHOUT making a lot of extra work for yourself?!

It can be a lot of extra work and stress. BUT, with affiliate marketing, you don’t need to manage an entire business! You are simply responsible for promoting your affiliate link… someone else handles all the rest.

That’s why I love affiliate marketing.

You don’t need to manage an entire business.


Jimmy D. Brown is the author of “Affiliate Payrise”, teaching
you a whopping 27 ways to increase your affiliate commissions!
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  1. says

    Yes, it is one thing I like about being an Affiliate Marketer. Another is I don’t have a boss. Affiliate marketing has been my business and it is the best way to make money from the internet, but there is no such thing as easy money. Training is still necessary and right knowledge in this type of business in order to succeed. Mostly, the people who really succeed are those who are inventive and creative, and those who work hard. But I also think that once your affiliate product hit the top, then there is no limit of how much you could earn as an affiliate.

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