I’ve been having a ton of fun doing affiliate marketing on the side and now, at long last, I’m going to scale it up.
“But Matt, you’re killing it with ecom… why do affiliate marketing?” – the answer is simple. It’s easy.
Affiliate marketing is simple, and can be setup and left alone to generate money with very little attention from me. But with ecom there is no product fulfillment cost, no need to pay a team of virtual assistants, and no need to manage customer service which I can’t stand doing… I’m an introvert by nature, it’s not that I dislike people, but it literally drains me and I would prefer to hang out in my man cave not speaking with anyone. Sounds weird? Well, sorry that’s just how it is for us.
Okay enough about me.
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The reason I took to the time to tell you about this side of me is because what comes next in my “master plan” is actually COMPLETELY against my very nature… more on this in a minute.
For starters, my introverted nature makes me very good at sitting back and watching those around me, analyzing them and their actions.
Lately I’ve been joining Affiliate Marketing Facebook groups and putting those observation skills to good use. See, normally my affiliate marketing business can generate anywhere from $2k up to $11k per month for me nearly on autopilot. This was done with minimal work over the course of about 2 years. And to this day I do very little work to maintain it, maybe… 2 hours per week at most (a few minutes here, a few minutes there) nothing serious.
The tools at hand:
With Clickfunnels I can quickly create a funnel, assign any one of my several domains to it with point and click, and automatically integrate actionetics for follow-up email.
With YouTube I can reach a large audience of people who may be interested in what I have to say… this is also a problem for me… I’m going to need to step way outside of my comfort zone in order to make this really work. In all honesty, this will be the absolute toughest part of this plan for me.
Facebook ads have been my bread and butter for years, making me a great deal of income. However, they have been making “changes” now what feels like every few weeks that hurts my business every. single. time.
Lower ROI, higher costs, lower engagement, and the list goes on and on. To be blunt… they’re pissing me off and they’re screwing advertisers over. With each “change” comes new aggravation.
YouTube is a great platform, video is an awesome way to interact with people, and YouTube is pretty much mainstream now. A huge YouTube channel is like having your own TV channel and TV station back in the early days of cable. It’s really cool.
And I’ll be tracking everything because I love data, with Clickmagick. Which is a very cool, cheap, and easy to use click tracker that can also record conversions/sales etc. I can monitor this entire business from the ClickMagick dashboard which is awesome.
For starters I’m going to be promoting one of my favorite tools: Clickfunnels.
I’ll also be promoting other tools and services which I find valuable and useful – I WON’T be promoting any junk JVZOO or “WSO” garbage.
Goal #1 $6k Recurring monthly revenue per month in 6 weeks
Goal #2 Business growing by at least 30% month over month
Goal #3 Russell Brunson buys me a new car (lol seriously though, read more here)
Goal #4 I help a lot of people make a ton of easy money with this same process.
What Should YOU Do?
Want to follow along and make this happen with me? Here’s what to do:
Matt Gartner is the owner of 3 very successful e-commerce stores that focus heavily on dropshipping, automation, and profit ;)