The Affiliate Marketing Survival Guide 2013

Remember what I said about making money on the Kindle?

Well, I took my own advice.

I’m happy to announce the release of my first ever affiliate marketing book on the Kindle platform, and I think you’re going to enjoy it.

Finch survival guide

Included inside:

  • A fast-tracked introduction to the affiliate industry
  • My take on the expected (and unexpected) trends of affiliate marketing in 2013.
  • A look at the still-talked-about moneymaking methods that went bust in 2012
  • How to build an affiliate marketing brand for the future
  • Why our industry is at a dangerous crossroads, and what you can do about it
  • How to build a sustainable online business for 2013 (minus the bullshit)
  • A crap ton of useful resources

This is a completely rewritten overhaul of last year’s free Affiliate Marketing Survival Kit, which was a very brief overview of the industry and where I saw it going.

Checking in at over 28,000 words, Survival Guide 2013 is bigger, better, ballsier and bang up to date.

It is also dirt cheap.

I am using this guide as a marketing experiment on the Kindle platform, and for that reason, I’m charging less than 5 bucks. Yes, the price of a Starbucks for a complete analysis of the affiliate marketing industry as it stands in 2013.

And that’s from somebody who isn’t going to bullshit you with a pipe dream. I’m so confident, I even slapped my real name on it.

What’s the worst that could happen?

You’ll lose a Starbucks.

You can read the introduction for free over on Amazon. Just choose your market of choice below:

Enjoy the book, and keep an eye on this blog. I’ve got lots of brand new content coming next week.

About the author

Finch
Finch

A 29 year old high school dropout (slash academic failure) who sold his soul to make money from the Internet. This blog follows the successes, fuck-ups and ball gags of my career in affiliate marketing.

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