Premium Posts 2015 Edition is Available NOW


The Ultimate Guide to Affiliate Marketing in 2015


It’s here!

The 2015 Edition of Premium Posts is an absolute monster, and it is available to download… right now.

Inside you will find a mountain of fresh insights to give your affiliate business the head start it needs in 2015.

375 pages, 65,000 words of tips, tricks, strategies, pointers, bloopers, fuck-ups, brainfarts, bad ideas, good ideas and obscure references to my balls.

This is THE definitive guide to affiliate marketing for 2015.

(I don’t know if anybody else has actually tried to write one, but if they have, it’s about to get blown to smithereens.)

Topics we’ll be covering include:

* How to survive, thrive and kick ass in affiliate marketing throughout 2015.

* Everything you need to know about mobile marketing, and how to make money from it.

* The explosion in pay-per-call offers: how to promote them, and where.

* The adult dating sector as it stands today: the best opportunities and the biggest money.

* The longest post I have ever written on getting profitable with casual dating, clocking in at 97 pages.

* How to test and optimise your campaigns effectively — the ‘Super Affiliate’ way.

* How a strategy of continual 1% improvements can take your business to the next level.

* That bloody Teespring craze, and how you can make a part-time (even full-time) living as a T-Shirt mogul.

* The art of retargeting, and how it could make a bunch of innovative affiliates very rich in 2015.

* Why you should quit ‘affiliate marketing’ and build a majestic performance marketing agency.

* A giant (extended) list of my favourite affiliate resources and tools, with an exclusive selection of dynamite traffic sources.

* And much more.

Note: The price has gone up. Why? Because the standard of content has gone up. Way up.

This release is three times bigger than any other volume in the series. It covers our entire industry. If I taught this information by the hour, you’d be paying for a lot of classes!

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Sponsored by Adsimilis


‘Premium Posts: 2015 Edition’ is sponsored (once again) by Adsimilis, one of the world’s leading CPA networks, and general good chaps and chapettes.

I started working with Adsimilis in 2010.

Sean, Eleah and Mike do a fantastic job of matching the top affiliates to the best offers, all around the world. The entire affiliate management team, including my own AM Naomi, is first class.

If you are looking for a reliable team to help grow your affiliate business to the next level, then sign up for an account with them today.

I’m flattered that they continue to put their name against the breeze that flaps out of my gums. So thank you, Adsimilis!

16 Months Later… Thanks for Staying Patient!

It’s 16 months since I last released a volume of Premium Posts.

I had a new volume wrapped up and ready to launch in the summer.

After several re-reads, I wasn’t happy with the content.

It felt rushed. Repetitive.

So I shit-canned it.

I decided not to release any further volumes and I focused on my campaigns.

Then I started networking with affiliates in person.

In Barcelona, Dubai, London…

It took me by surprise just how many people had benefited, in some obscure way or another, from previous entries in the series.

That sparked me in to writing one post, which became the cornerstone of this brand new volume.

The rest of the content flooded out soon after, in gushes of pent-up energy and compressed brainfart.

What I’m releasing today is the culmination of a lot of ransacked coffee beans, and many, many late nights.

Thankfully, this time, after several more re-reads, I’m more than satisfied with the content.

It’s the most comprehensive dissection of affiliate marketing I’ve ever attempted.

It’s probably the most comprehensive dissection of affiliate marketing anybody has ever attempted.

I can’t wait for you to read it.

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About the author


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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  • Hey Finch, this looks amazing, I just grabbed a copy. I am among the ones that really improved on his tactics with POF and hopefully will do the same with the new ventures that are ahead.

    I’ll return with more comments on the subject maybe a review of some sort, we’ll see!

  • Bought it and really impressed so far – matches many of my current mindsets / dilemmas on growth/scaling/expanding a team. Got a couple nice campaign tips too! Loving your work…

  • Thanks man. Yeah, there’s a lot of emphasis on top-level strategy in this volume, which sums up what I’ve been busy with this year — and next year too.

  • Hey man, final day of the year, last page of your 2015 edition. What can I say, there is a lot of good stuff for most affiliates in there. I would not say it’s best for a newbie but it’s definitely worth reading for someone starting out, even he or she doesn’t understand everything in there.

    On the other hand, in my opinion, it’s an awesome read for any past newbie to intermediate affiliate. There are good tips, unknown facts for many of us (because of lack of experience) and what is most important is that it opens your eyes and makes you see the industry more relaxed and from above. It’s really hard to take your eyes off all the details and shiny options we encounter everyday so seeing everything from the perspective of a more experienced guy helps a lot.

    Want to feel more secure on launching mobile, read the guide on that, feeling lost on angles and creatives ideas, try a bit of adult research and you’ll feel like a real Jedi when you come back to regular online marketing.

    My favourite part was the 1% post. It really makes a difference once you understand how fast you can improve on anything knowing this. Want to go to the gym or have a bike in your house that you store clothes on? Just try and exercise 2min/day everyday, develop a habit and you’ll be years ahead at the end of a 30 day trial. Same thing with your 1% Chapter and I’m glad I underlined the importance of this strategy once more.

    I know Charles always says in his blog that it’s amazing how for $10 you can learn about a topic that took the writer maybe a lifetime to understand and then put together in a book. It’s the same here. there aren’t many good and so complex “guides” on the market when we think of the affiliate industry so once in while when something like this comes up, take advantage of it, buy it, read and then focus on the parts that you can use to improve at that moment in time. That’s my strategy anyway..

    So, regardless of your skill level, I think it’s best for all of us to take some time off, clear our minds, look over 2014 and think about next year from our own perspective and through the eyes of someone else as well.

    Maybe we’ll meet next year and may us all have a great 2015!

    Speak soon and enjoy New Year’s Eve..

  • I was going to msg you on STM but you dont take PM’s.

    This is completely unrelated to AM, but I have to call you out on something. You are always blaming your receding hairline on stresses from AM. How do you not know its genetics? I think it’s kind of a cop-out to blame it on your campaign stresses. Its widely accepted that male pattern baldness is like 99% genetics.

    Just had to get that off my chest.

  • Haha I know, it’s widely accepted as genetics. It’s more of a metaphor for wanting to rip your hair out.

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