Sunday, February 17, 2008

Confessions Of A Lazy Super Affiliate Review

I do not write a lot of reviews about ebooks, but when I do you can be sure it is something that I have actually purchased myself and have read. Now I have spent a lot of money on crap that I could recommend to you, but why would I want to do this. You will just wind up being angry at wasting your money on rehashed information that will just leave you hanging and needing more and never trust my word again.

Confessions Of A Lazy Super Affiliate by Chris Rempel is one exception to these guru affiliate marketing manuals that don't deliver on their promise.

What I don't like about most books on internet affiliate marketing is that they have no real blueprint or step-by-step system for implementing the techniques they tell you about. This leaves most people stranded and looking for more information and not having a plan of action to build their business from.

Now one thing that I can say that is negative about Confessions Of A Lazy Super Affiliate is that the concept of it being for lazy people could be misleading to some people, but not if you follow some of the suggestions Chris gives in his book to outsource the steps freeing up your time to be more lazy.

This book is definitely not for someone with no experience. You will need some understanding of basic internet marketing and web design concepts to understand the blueprint in full which are not explained in the book. It is designed also show you how to make money without paid advertising for the marketer on a tight budget.

What Confessions Of A Lazy Super Affiliate gets into is first starting off by finding a market with a large demand and lots of buyers. It is the exact opposite of what most guru's will tell you about finding small niche markets based around your passions.

This book takes you step-by-step from market research, building mini websites that are built for set and forget traffic and then eventually leading into your own product creation for future expansion of your income. It also touches on some extremely powerful viral traffic generation techniques utilizing shareware and freeware to submit to software directories that generate instant viral traffic and sales for your affiliate product.

Now if you want to truly be lazy, Chris explains how you can outsource most of the work involved in building and marketing the mini sites that can cost anywhere from $500-700 dollars each, but if done properly with a great market in demand, it can bring in thousands of dollars in residual income every year on autopilot.

What I really like about Confessions Of A Lazy Super Affiliate is that nothing is mysterious on the sales page. You get exactly what you see. There is no guesswork as to what the methods are, no secrets and no hyped up talk about you making millions of dollars from some washed up internet marketing method that has been used by a million people. You probably know many of the methods already, but might not know exactly how to put them into action and make money with them.

The book is 62 pages long and priced at a very affordable $29.95 - I would have to say that there is more value in these pages then most $47 or $97 dollar books I have purchased that only tell you about one technique. Here you are getting five proven strategies for getting free traffic and a complete blueprint for building an empire of mini websites one at a time that pull in traffic that buys in a high demand market.

Click Here For Confessions Of A Lazy Super Affiliate

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