Friday, January 07, 2005

James Martell Manual for Affiliate Marketers - Affiliate Marketers Handbook

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James Martell's guide to affiliate marketing is the masterpiece on the subject. I wrote an article a couple of days ago about how James stacks up to Rosalind Gardner, and I decided that his Affiliate Marketers Handbook, and the affiliate program promoting it, are both such high quality offerings that they warrant their own article. Yes, his book is $167, and yes, it's worth every penny.

I've seen nothing but praise for Martell's manual on generating income from advertising affiliate products on forums and websites across the internet. The closes thing to a criticism that I have seen is from people who are already pretty web-savvy and are possibly already making a full time living on the web. They say that the material in James's handbook is basic stuff that professional webmasters already know.

First of all--the material in this affiliate manual does cover the fundamentals. It outlines an 8 step action plan that works. This is the work's strength; you can follow the step by step process in the book, and if you're willing to do the work, you will make money with this system. Second, many of the distinctions and subtleties in James's work are subtle, and even though they might seem basic, there's really more there between the lines.

I recommend two courses of action in this article:
  1. If you haven't already done so, buy a copy of James Martell's Affiliate Marketers Handbook and read it.
  2. Sign up for the affiliate program and start recommending the handbook to your website visitors.

The affiliate program for James's book pays a $35 commission for every copy of his book that you sell. And if you sign up sub-affiliates, you can make $15 for every copy of his book that your sub-affiliates sell.


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