I had absolutely NO intention of even mentioning the ‘latest and greatest' affiliate marketing ebook that was released this week – Day Job Killer.
Despite hearing from a few of my Internet and affiliate marketer friends that Chris' first book, ‘Affiliate Project X‘, was ‘good' – and some even went so far as to say it was ‘great' – I didn't promote it.
Why? Because what I heard about some of the methods that Chris uses are not my style at all.
If you've read my Super Affiliate Handbook, you know that I have proven that long-term business sustainability and success as an affiliate is achievable by driving traffic primarily via PPC to a portal/review web site; the objective of which is to build BIG lists of loyal customers by building trust through real value.
Those affiliate marketers who have followed the plan I lay out are also very successful.
I've always tried to steer you clear of those ‘plans' that definitely do NOT work – ie. those that don't include the first word on list building or PPC marketing and rely solely on a hope-and-a-prayer scammy search engine optimization methods. I hope you listened and kept your money in the bank.
However, there's always more than one way to skin a cat and it literally pays to have multiple marketing methods in your bag of tricks, which is why I've told you about both Colin McDougall's and Jeremy Palmer's work in the past. What they do is in some ways very similar to what I do and in other ways very different. Both are also very successful affiliate marketers whose ideas and techniques put valuable tools in your overall marketing arsenal.
In that vein, having read Chris and Ken's ‘Day Job Killer‘ this morning – and despite the fact that I think some of their techniques are somewhat underhanded (still legal) – I would be remiss if I didn't tell you that I know that their techniques DO work.
I say that NOT because I know Chris and Ken personally, or that I can verify their income claims, but because I know under-the-radar Super Affiliates who use those same methods with GREAT success.
Let me be clear – this is not some pie-in-the-sky get-fabulously-wealthy-overnight scheme. Like all methods that work – you have to follow the plan, take ACTION and WORK to make it work.
‘Day Job Killer‘ is short – just 69 pages in length, including the title page and table of contents.
If that's not short enough, you could put yourself on a ‘fast-track' (ahead of all the other affiliates who are now reading ‘Day Job Killer‘), by reading and implementing the plan in the first section of the book (21 pages) – first.
Get some good results there and then move on to the following sections.
In a nutshell, Day Job Killer is particularly useful for Adwords users and those affiliates who are struggling to promote ClickBank products.
If that describes you, and the $77 price tag fits your budget, then the techniques that Day Job Killer might be right up your alley.
Get it today though, as they say that they plan to increase the price to $97.
And here's a perk for those who have not yet picked up the Super Affiliate Handbook and want to get the BIG PICTURE approach to affiliate marketing in one fell swoop.
Buy Day Job Killer through my affiliate link, send me your receipt and if in 56 days you haven't applied for a refund, I'll send you a 20% discount link for the Super Affiliate Handbook.
Oh ya… I DID have one complaint about the book. The copy that I downloaded doesn't have clickable links. Now, one would THINK that two such rich affiliates could afford to buy the full version of Adobe and create a REAL pdf file that has a clickable Table of Contents and external links. Ugh. Oh well.. it's a minor issue in the big scheme of things. 🙂