Amazon Merch and the Latest Trends

December 6, 2016 Justin Charnell

So check this out. I got this e-mail a few days ago and wanted to share it with everyone, as well as my thoughts on the subject. Basically, the person wanted to know if following trends would be a good way to make money. Hi Justin, I saw your you tube video on amazon Merch. Ok, first [CONTINUE READING]

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The Problem with Amazon’s New Review Policy

October 4, 2016 Justin Charnell

Today, Amazon came out with a new update prohibiting incentivized reviews by offering a hefty discount in exchange for the review. You know who that screws over in the long run? The same people that are praising this new update: the little guy. The guys that are launching their very first product. The guys that can’t [CONTINUE READING]

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The Problem With Merch by Amazon

September 26, 2016 Justin Charnell

Nearly a year ago, Amazon started their Merch by Amazon program. At first, only app and game developers could join to push their apparel to their users. Now, anyone can join by invitation, and people are queued up to get accepted. What is Merch by Amazon? Merch by Amazon is described as a way for [CONTINUE READING]


The Cold Contact Form Template

September 24, 2016 Justin Charnell

So as stated in the post about dropping my first digital course, I brought up that I managed to talk to a few affiliate marketers that would be willing to be affiliates/joint ventures for my new product. Honestly, I don’t know how many didn’t websites I ended up messaging, but it was somewhere between 10 [CONTINUE READING]


Creating Your First Digital Product

September 22, 2016 Justin Charnell

So here we are folks, we’ve put out our first digital product for the niche website. Actually, it was put out on September 5th, 10 days before expected. …And it’s made sales already. Not surprising, really. It wasn’t made because it was something I wanted to make, it was made because the market wanted it. [CONTINUE READING]


Don’t Get Burned by an Affiliate Program

September 6, 2016 Justin Charnell

Gather around, folks. It’s story time. It was the middle of May, my niche website was doing well for itself. I was starting to see some traffic, making some moves in the industry. I was contacted by a startup about doing some lead generation for them, and they offered $8 per lead. Hey, that sounded [CONTINUE READING]


Small Business or No Business

June 9, 2016 Josh Krause

PASSION OVER INTELLIGENCE “Tomorrow morning when you look in the mirror after you’ve gotten up just write or just put it in lipstick or whatever you want: ‘DELIGHT MY CUSTOMER’ not ‘SATISFY MY CUSTOMER’ Thanks, Warren Buffet That was the last thing I read last night before the lights went out for the evening. Or [CONTINUE READING]

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Pay Per Lead (PPL) versus Revenue Share (RevShare)

June 2, 2016 Justin Charnell

First things first, what are PPL and RevShare? PPL When an affiliate program pays you for signups or registrations. A one-time payment that can scale depending on the location of the person registering. RevShare When an affiliate program pays you a percentage of every purchase a customer makes. This scales in time, most are for a [CONTINUE READING]

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