If you want to get serious about making money online, you need to constantly study and practice your craft. This means becoming a student who is learning and constantly taking action.
Here are some resources I offer and other resources that helped me along my journey.
Communities are a great place to get plugged into. They are great places to network, ask questions, and to learn from others in the field.
Affiliate Niche Builders– This is my own Facebook group, which has been rated one of the best places to learn affiliate marketing.
/r/juststart – A Reddit community which was very motivational when just starting out. Lots of people posting case studies.
Courses can be really great to prevent a lot of common mistakes when starting out. It took me 3 tries to make my first successful niche sites on my own.
Niche Builder Essentials – My own course. It provides beginners the framework to get started with affiliate marketing. There’s a heavy focus on content research. It’s in beta right now and a course revamp is in the works, but until then, the price is only $97 which includes lifetime access, including updated content.
Project 24 by Income School – Income School is run by Jim and Ricky, who I’ve been enjoying quite a lot. They opened my eyes to creating well-rounded niche sites that weren’t based around product reviews. Their courses are beginner-friendly and cost $449 for the first entire year.