It’s time for another report on my internet marketing journey.
This month was interesting, because I started a new and exciting project, and many of my other projects delivered their highest monthly profits this year!
I’ve been secretly working on my new project. It’s about building a network marketing business without doing what other network marketers are doing, and using the internet to promote it.
After doing this for a month, I’ve recruited members from Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, and Mexico to my team without stepping out of my home, or even knowing who they are. THIS IS A GAME CHANGER!
Interested? Let me know. Send me your Skype number using this form with the subject “Project Passive Wealth”, so we can talk. I have no time for entertainment. Message me only if you’re serious and want the same results.
New Blog Post Category: Network Marketing
I’ve added network marketing as a new category on my blog. All my past posts about this project have been moved here, and all future posts will be categorized that way, too. You can see my posts on network marketing by category at the bottom of my blog.
Okay, let’s get back to the affiliate world we’re familiar with. This month I hit another record with Teespring. I sold 191 shirts in a day. This is my highest-earning day with Teespring.
Since I work on many internet marketing projects, I focus on finding evergreen niches where I can sell t-shirts all the time. I currently have a Facebook Page with almost 20,000 likes. I sell many t-shirt designs related to that niche. When a design starts to perform poorly, I ask my designers to develop a new design to sell to people on my Fan Page, again and again. This helps me sell many t-shirts in a short period.
Anyway, I want to find another niche. As we know, you shouldn’t put all your eggs in one basket. The market you’re in might be saturated someday – you never know. So while I can make money in this niche, I should find another winning market to prevent unexpected problems. We all know that nothing lasts for long in the affiliate marketing world.
I check my PPV campaigns once a month, because they’ve been generated fairly stable income for me for many months. But my earnings dropped after some top-performing offers were pulled from the CPA networks. I need to find new ones to replace them and test whether they’ll work.
I also focus on the evergreen market when I do PPV. I create landing pages and find offers that can convert with cold traffic. I rarely adjust my bidding price. I always place my bid at the lowest price, so I don’t have to worry about bidding wars. Most of my profitable targets have no one bidding on them. So this is not a big deal for me.
Also, these campaigns don’t require much time to fix, because iMacro does the work for me. I find good offers to replace old ones, and run iMacro to change the offers for all my campaigns in CPVLab.
I returned to the mobile app business last month. The last time I did this, it didn’t turn out so well because I didn’t have much time for it. I hired people to do everything for me, but it still didn’t give me a good result.
This time I selected a game I understood, and focused on it alone. I hired two graphic designers to create two new themes. They spent almost two months on them. I launched the two games last week.
The result was very good. I got more than $100 from In App Purchases and more than 200 downloads per day. This is much better than I did last year.
Anyway, I’ve seen a drop in my daily downloads recently. I checked the ranking for each keyword and started to replace the low-performing keywords with new ones. I’m not sure whether this is a good way to do ASO (App Search Optimization) or not. I’ve already uploaded the new version with new keywords to the AppStore. It’s now waiting for its review. I’ll update you on the results of this soon.
I focused mainly on Project Passive Wealth this month, because I just started it and want to make it work. Also, my other affiliate marketing stuff is running smoothly. Although some of my PPV campaigns have had a drop in earnings, they still turn a profit. The mobile app business is the most toughest for me. I gotta make it work this time!
I’ll keep focusing on helping my Project Passive Wealth team. Some of them haven’t started, so I need to support them. In this game, if my team doesn’t win, I can’t win either.
I’ll also find another winning niche for Teespring and fix my PPV campaigns. My mobile apps are waiting for Apple’s review, so I need to wait and see the results of my keyword optimization. I just hired my designer to create another theme as well.
Until the next update,
Bank has been working in the affiliate marketing industry since he was an undergrad in 2008. His favorite traffic source is PPV (Pay-Per-View). In 2013, he started sharing his journey on this blog AlcheBank.com and developed AffLanders.com to help people create PPV landing pages.