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How can I get on my affiliate grind without faltering?
Being a teen, I have energy to do anything and choose to start here. I could never write a blog and update DAILY if it were about yorkies or fedoras because it doesn't interest me. But making money does interest me, my problem is I don't like SEO and am afraid to pay my $1500 budget.
I think I know well enough what I'm doing, I just have to start but something is keeping me away and making me procrastinate. I'm interested but I guess something is wrong here.
Some of the more forthright gurus will tell you that most people who try internet marketing fail. Many of the big players do it with paid traffic, certainly there's a bigger financial risk during the prospecting phase.
If there are subjects you are interested, that you could write 2 full articles a week for it still may be worth trying an SEO site. One of the more solid internet investments that can accelerate the process is to but a site that already has established earnings, the going rate seems to be 8 - 15 times the monthly revenue, you might find a fixer upper with potential that you can quickly scale up. Checkout flippa or a domain name auction...