Small Business Advisor Affiliate Training

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This site was built with and it was FREE! The domain name I already owned and used it as a custom domain name to add shelf life. 

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You are invited to join or affiliate group here: 

As an affiliate marketer, your main focus is on promoting products and driving traffic to the affiliate merchant's website, not selling the actual links themselves.

How you can effectively promote your affiliate links to maximize your earnings:

Create valuable content: Focus on producing high-quality and engaging content that appeals to your target audience. This could be blog posts, articles, videos, social media posts, or podcasts. The content should provide value and showcase the benefits of the products you're promoting.

Disclose your affiliate relationship:

Be transparent about your affiliate marketing activities. Always disclose that you may earn a commission from the products you promote.

Honesty builds trust with your audience.

Build a website or blog: A website or blog allows you to create a platform for promoting affiliate products. It also helps in establishing your authority in your niche and attracts organic traffic from search engines. Use won't last long (months) although will.

Leverage social media: Use social media platforms to share your content and affiliate links with your followers. Engage with your audience, answer questions, and provide helpful information.

Email marketing: Build an email list and use it to nurture relationships with your subscribers. Send valuable content and occasional product recommendations to your email list.

Paid advertising: If you have the budget for it, consider using paid advertising to drive targeted traffic to your affiliate offers. Platforms like Google Ads or Facebook Ads can be effective for this purpose.

Offer bonuses or incentives: Consider offering your own original bonuses or incentives to people who purchase through your affiliate links. This can encourage them to choose your affiliate link over others.

Track and analyze performance: Use tracking tools and analytics to monitor the performance of your affiliate links and promotional efforts. This helps you identify what's working and what needs improvement.


Remember, the key to success in affiliate marketing is to focus on providing value to your audience and building trust. Promoting products that genuinely benefit your audience increases the likelihood of earning commissions from your affiliate marketing efforts.


Affiliates can be newbies, inexperienced marketers, or influencers of any size, and they can also be anyone who likes my digital course products and has an audience to promote them to or build an audience.

Common affiliate marketing channels include:

√ Blogging and content marketing.

√ Social media posts.

√ Podcasts and YouTube channels.

√ Email marketing.

√ Direct referrals.

Trust is the most essential ingredient in a successful affiliate marketing strategy, no matter which channels you use.

Trust is vital to the customer experience and your bottom line. Two-thirds of adults say trust plays a significant role in their big purchase decisions, but only 34% of consumers say they trust the brands they buy from.

You can use or to build free websites and blogs. Use to post content.

Search for free ad platforms. There are tons of free classified ads platforms to post to for free., You can Google free classified ads to post your affiliate links.

Be aware of the exact ad listing you post in. Use entrepreneurs, business owners, services, education, how-to, or jobs, to name a few.

Why post in jobs? Educational courses help people get new jobs. Please do not guarantee anyone will receive a new job, their background, motivation, and interviewing skill we have no control over. You can recruit new affiliates under jobs or make money, and when they sell my courses, you receive 5% of their affiliate sales.

For FREE website or blog traffic:

You register for a FREE account and sign up for FREE traffic, or you can pay for traffic too.

A FREE social media automation platform that organically grows your online presence and gets you more followers. You can also set up a paid account.


How To Use Google Docs, Drive, Free Blog Sites, and Grammarly To Write Your Affiliate Blog Content (+ Mike’s Free Template!) With Social Media.

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Affiliate Secrets Tips 

A little-known secret to help you succeed. With this app, you can complete mass emails, which will save you so much time. You can send 500 to 1,000 +++ emails a day in mass. You are not breaking the spam law, and it is legal.

The link is here to get started: 

The second secret is 

This is an email scraper for all the social media channels. All data obtained by is publicly available to anyone who uses Google search. The IGLEADS is committed to compliance with all relevant laws and regulations in the industry.  This is legal; it is public information. 

So, first, you scrap emails for anyone looking for courses, education, online training, eLearning, Knowledge, career advancement, professional development, continuing ed (or any other word ideas) with and save the list into Google Sheets, then upload that file into to send them all out at once.  

You will need to learn the software functions of both apps. 

Get into a regular routine of doing this daily to promote your affiliate links.  

Use to write your sales ads. It's quick and easy.  Set up a free account.

Next trick for your affiliate link.  

Example: At the end of your email or wherever you choose to put your affiliate hyperlinks (One, two, or three). I use Click here to see more. You Highlight that text: Click here to see more.  Then right-click, and you see the word link, then click on link, and then insert your affiliate link. If the affiliate link is on your page with your ad, it will pick it up to be hyperlinked. Now, hover over. Click here to see more in blue, and underlined it is now hyperlinked. Then delete the affiliate link below on your ad page or email. You don’t need it; it is now hyperlinked.  I use Word to clean up all ads or emails. 

Put the affiliate here so Word picks it up to hyperlink when you click the link. 

You will make more sales by doing it this way, so you don't have a long affiliate link to be clicked like this.

The long affiliate link does not look professional, and the buyer realizes they are being sold.

Please remember you are out there on the web promoting my affiliate links 

and please take care with how you do it, so no global agency comes back to say anything negative or fines.

Terms of Service:

Dear Affiliate Marketers, Online Students, and Business Owners,

We’re so happy you’ve decided to promote our new online training courses. Please review the following terms of service prior to sending traffic.

NOTICE: All Affiliate advertising must NOT include content that is deceptive, misleading, untruthful, unsubstantiated, or otherwise fails to comply with applicable federal and state consumer protection laws, regulations, and guidelines.

All affiliates (regardless of their country of domicile) MUST be in compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, and guidelines, including without limitation the Federal Trade Commission Act (“FTC Act”), the Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act of 2003 (“CAN-SPAM Act”), Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) regulations and guidelines implementing the FTC Act and the CAN-SPAM Act, the FTC’s Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising (“FTC Testimonials Guide”), the National Advertising Division decisions of the Better Business Bureau, and other federal and state consumer protection laws, regulations, and guidelines.

Affiliates are welcome to purchase our online courses to provide an honest review of their own experiences.

Affiliates are not allowed to use any negative terminology or words that are similar to "scam" or "fraud" in paid ads, landing pages, review pages, social media platforms, or any other types of web pages appearing in organic search results.

Affiliates cannot create customer incentives for purchasing Small Business Advisor Training.INFO, aka Small Business Advisor.INFO, LLC, aka (through cash rebates or 3rd party bonus offers - NO BONUSING!).

Affiliates must also NEVER use any images or videos that they do not own and are forbidden from using any imagery that would imply any personal endorsement (celebrity or otherwise) without written consent from both the individuals making the endorsement AND Small Business Advisor Training.INFO, aka Small Business Advisor.INFO, LLC, or

Affiliates are forbidden from creating webpages, social media pages, or accounts that falsely represent themselves as the creators or owners of the aka products and must make it clear that the page is a REVIEW page and that you're being compensated for the review.

Therefore, any page and all creative information contained therein must include the word 'REVIEW' in the title, the URL, and any graphics used in the cover image or profile image. This includes blogs, webpages, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, or ANY OTHER online entity, whether or not it is considered to be "social media!"

Affiliates are not allowed to publish or distribute Press Releases about Small Business Advisor Training.INFO, aka Small Business Advisor.INFO, LLC, aka any way, shape, or form on any press release platform, website, in printed media, or on any other press release service.

It is strictly forbidden to create apps for sale or for giveaway using the Small Business Advisor Training.INFO, aka Small Business Advisor.INFO, LLC,

You are also not allowed to create any other products using our brand name, for sale or for giveaway (in other words - no free reports, books, workouts, or apps branded with our brand name whatsoever). In short, do not represent a product created by you or someone hired by you as ours.

Affiliates may not bypass Small Business Advisor Training.INFO, aka Small Business Advisor.INFO, LLC, to generate orders. In other words, no direct linking to cart or order forms from any ads or landing pages. The customer must see our offer as presented by us prior to landing on the cart.

Affiliate agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Small Business Advisor Training.INFO, aka Small Business Advisor.INFO, LLC, aka any lawsuits, investigations, claims, or complaints arising from any such violation or alleged violation of the terms above. Small Business Advisor Training.INFO, aka Small Business Advisor.INFO, LLC, aka shall not be responsible for approving any Affiliate Ads. Compliance is solely with the Affiliate, and the Affiliate represents and warrants that it shall have a legal review of all Affiliate Ads for all necessary and required compliance. Affiliates take full responsibility for their advertising.

*** Any affiliate caught breaking any of these terms will be banned immediately without hesitation and will not be eligible for reinstatement. ***

If you have any questions or concerns or need assistance or tools for your promotions, you can contact our Affiliate Manager, Michael Shew, by emailing him HERE (

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