One day, I decide to do one project. The next day; I get inspired and try something else. (I guess this comes from having too many ideas I want to implement.)
What’s my point?
Last week, I wrote a blog post about a “niche affiliate income” case study I decided to do via Twitter.
A lot of people responded positively to this post. Some even emailed me privately; asking for step-by-step details.
After doing the Twitter-thing for a week, I realized something –>
It’s really hard to describe a process in 140 characters!!!
Basically, I wanted to give great content over Twitter. But it’s freakin’ hard to do it in a succinct manner.
Where does that leave us?
Right now, I want to provide a real-world case study of how to create niche affiliate income.
Problem is I don’t know if this something my readers will find useful.
- I have a unique perspective on how to build a profitable niche affiliate site
- There will be a real-world example that readers can follow. (This could start in a few weeks.)
- It will be inspirational for anyone who doesn’t know how to get started
- Most of the content in the future will be devoted to this topic. (This might alienate some readers who aren’t interested in affiliate marketing.)
- I might lose money instead of making it.
- There are lots of case studies on other sites
So I have a simple question for you:
“Should I create a new series on creating niche affiliate income?”
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