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My story? They hurt me, they hurt me bad.
My name is J.C. Dean.
My story is really kind of boring. I was never homeless, lived in a van, deep in debt, addicted to drugs or any of that stuff like the like all the other online marketers. No rags to riches story here.
I did hate my job and stumbled on to affiliate marketing. I thought it was the key to my freedom.
I spent $1,000s on affiliate marketing courses. Wealthy Affiliate, Affilorama, Google Sniper, Affiliate X. Coffee Shop Millionaire, Slum dog Millionaire and dozens more.
I learned about, affiliate marketing, pay-per-click, search engine optimization, pay-per-view, copy writing, email marketing, post card marketing, and every other thing about making money online I could get my hands on.
It took years but I finally realized.
Affiliate marketing just doesn't work.
The #1 taught method of affiliate marketing is to create a free report and give it away in exchange for an email address. It doesn't work.
The truth is you want to collect email addresses to make serious cabbage, the math simply isn't in your favor with direct linking to affiliate offers.
You need to build an email list, more precisely, a buyers list. Not a list of freebie seekers.
Anyone who has tries the usual give away a free report in exchange for an email address strategy will most likely fail.
Here's why it won't work:
It is basic psychology that people don't value something the get for free. So most people won't even look at the free report.
So when you send them an email, they don't open the email as they don't know who you are.
So what happens is you go broke fast driving paid traffic to a lead capture page...or you get frustrated with free traffic because after a month, you only have a few subscribers and made a few bucks.
I was just a buyer lead, being passed
like a whore from one "Guru" to the next. I was never in the game.
People don't buy from affiliates!
They buy from those they perceive as experts.
Who would you be more likely to take advice from...some random guy you don't know or somebody who has successfully created their own product that helped you?
If you have your own product...even a $7.00 product all of a sudden you get a little celebrity status and people will trust your recommendations when you email them an affiliate promotion.
If you build a list giving away a free report, 20% of the emails on you list will be fake. Then the ones that aren't will never open you emails, or even remember who the hel1 you are.
OK J.C. Why sell an eBook for only $7.00
People do buy informational products all the time, to solve life's little problems. Like how to make-money-online, find true love, stop bugs from eating their garden without pesticides and so on........
$7.00 puts your report within reach of the vast majority of people. It's not too expensive for even people on a strict budget, but it weeds out the freebie seekers.
Anyone who's not serious enough about their problems to invest $7 your report isn't going to buy your future products or buy through your affiliate links for other more expense products.
Anyone who is not serious enough to put down the price of a fast food dinner and buy your report is someone you don't need on you mailing list.
$7.00 is enough to get them to at least read your report
It is easy to gain trust by over delivering with a $7.00 report.
OK you get it right?
Picture this shizzy,
Imagine, day after day, having dozens or 100s of $7 deposits in your PayPal account....
...with almost no refunds or customer support......
..... then the affiliate commissions from your list of buyers start pouring in $17, $27, $47, $97,
All while you live the bitchin' affiliate lifestyle.
Ladies and Gentlemen, my I present the "$7.00 Guru"