An Ex-Cop’s Real-Life Experience In The World Of Affiliate Marketing, Grant Writer Pro

April 23, 2007

“I invite you to read my real-life experience with starting an income online, and the good, and perhaps not so good experiences I faced, until Finally…” About 3 years ago, I decided to start some kind of online business in hopes of supplementing my full time income.As a former cop, I thought I would open a web store selling safety and security products, so I started http://www.ColemanSecurity.net

I quickly learned that selling products on the net was much more competitive than selling products in a brick and mortar storefront. The competition is brutal, and will only support 5-10% margins on many products. I determined that there had to be something else I could do to make decent money. I studied and searched and finally decided to buy into a program called Plug In Profit Site. I really liked the concept and was determined that I would dive in and make a go of it!

I spent $2500.00 following the Plug In Profits program to a tee. I received $17.32 back as a return. I was making the owner rich while I was going broke, so I cut my ties with Plug In Profit Site. I went back to the proverbial “drawing board”, and researched and studied more.

Eventually, I concluded that affiliate marketing was the way to make money, but I needed an awesome way to present the products. With affiliate marketing, there’s no money spent relating to the product. All the money spent is advertising MY site (http://www.ImmediateIncome.net). I somehow needed a site that would allow me to present products sold on Clickbank, as well as other affiliate programs. I built my own site, but couldn’t get it to auto update, so I spent a lot of time replacing deleted products with fresh content. All while working 60 hours a week at my full time job and taking care of my two children and wife. I knew there was a better way, so again, I did more research.

Finally, I had found what I was looking for!

The company that I decided to go with offered me all that I needed. Everything that my research told me was covered here: Auto updating Clickbank products, the ability to present non Clickbank affiliate programs, a site that is super easy to update, the ability to have near 100% control of the design, layout, meta content, etc….. I now have all I need in order to make money. Once the site was done, all I had to do was drive traffic to it. With most poorly built sites, the search engines cannot even spider the site, so the only way you get listed is through paid inclusion. With my site, it’s so search engine spider friendly that they build their webs there. I have also discovered some other ways to get very targeted traffic to my site which I’ll be happy to share with you should you decide to join me.

If you are looking for a way to make good money from the Internet, this IS the program to use. I am not affiliated with the company that provides the core site. I want you to understand that. In other words, I make no residual income off of you if you buy in. I’ll be honest, I do get paid a small commission when you buy, but that’s it. I am not posting this because I need to make another sale, but because I have lost my rear end trying to get into an online business that would pay me instead of me paying into it constantly without return. I’d like nothing more than to help others bypass the pitfalls I experienced.

Okay, here’s the bottom line. It cost $79.00 to buy into the program. It’s a one time fee.

As far as the site goes, the company will provide you with an address to your site for nothing. It’s a sub domain of their main domain. Not a good choice for search engines! You have the ability to forward your own domain to your sub domain (domain forwarding). That option will only cost what you pay for your domain and hosting. Again, not a good choice for search engines. What I did, was purchase my own domain and have it hosted at the hosting company I preferred. I downloaded the site files from the company, and uploaded them to my site. I did run into some problems getting them to work, but Ron with the company was awesome in providing his expertise in getting the site up. Then, all I did was use the affiliate programs that I was already set up with and signed up for more. Clickbank is the most important one!

Do this, go to http://chriscolem.hithog.hop.clickbank.net/, and sign up for the information (It cost nothing). Read the page you are redirected to as well as what is sent to your inbox. If you have more questions, feel free to email me. I’ll be happy to assist in answering any questions you may have. I’ll even help you out after you join with my suggestions on how to get traffic to your site. In the mean time, think about what niche you want to have…..Mine is home based business and affiliate marketing. Yours could be anything. Your site name should reflect your sites content in order to be more effective.

If you are considering an online business, this is the program you need! I’ve done the research, experienced the pitfalls, and lost the money so you don’t have to. Take the step now, and start making the money you deserve. I’ll help, but you have to take the first step!

I wish you success,

Chris Coleman

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