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Affiliate Marketing

New for JAE this year is affiliate marketing.  I purchased a Kindle book through Amazon.com.  This was the last day of 2014 and I have read the book on the second day of 2015.  

Of course, I have reread the book a few times.  I have needed to zero in on choosing a niche to market.  In reality, I have chosen 3 categories in the marketplace: writing, surveys and cooking.

The book is entitled   by Mark Weston.  I found the book very informative and helpful since I am a newbie beginning when it comes to affiliate marketing.  

I think that the book gave a lot of good direction in the steps that are needed to become an effective affiliate marketer in the ClickBank marketplace.

I have included a link here  to my Goodreads page in which I wrote a review for Mr. Weston's book:  

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23784066-clickbank-affiliate-

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My interest with writing began by composing poems about nature in my childhood. I also co-wrote a play in my 4th grade class when I lived in New Rochelle, NY. It generated enough positive feedback that my class put on the play in the school auditorium. I was fortunate to have a lead part. After my high school graduation, I entered the working world. For over 30 years I have been steadily gaining writing, editing and digital publishing skills. I began by composing letters and emails to company clients. I contributed to articles written for The Commuters Register based in Windsor, CT. Since 2009, I have added social media, digital publishing and blogging here in Wilkesboro, NC. Since 2010, I write ad copy for the listing descriptions for each of my 3 Internet shops open at Etsy.com. In 2012, I entered a poem about my dog Red in the World Poetry Contest. The poem was chosen for publication. I have written articles for the Winston-Salem Frugal Living Examiner and Hub Pages. In 2012, I acquired The Wilkes Gazette digital newspaper that was renamed the Wilkes County Gazette in 2014. I write under both my own name and my pen name, Jeanne Armonk.

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