Is there any good books?

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by JTMx29, Mar 25, 2008.

  1. JTMx29

    JTMx29 New Member

    available at Barnes and noble etc. that offer insight on affiliate marketing that are worth the money?
  2. dmitch31

    dmitch31 New Member

    That's a good question. Probably the best way to find out would be to search for the subject on Amazon and then read the reviews.
  3. BillyPilgrim

    BillyPilgrim New Member

    I think if you stay here and ask questions you'll do fine. What would you like to know?

  4. MyOwnBoss

    MyOwnBoss New Member

    I'm sure you could find good books to help you with your affiliate marketing at B&N, but they probably won't be called "affiliate marketing" books.

    If you can master the basics in the books on 'copywriting', you'll do fine assuming you can then learn a thing or 2 about the differences in online marketing. It's pretty much the same thing, people respond to the same kinds of sales literature and "hot-button" words and phrases, but HOW you get that message to them is a little different.
  5. aplina

    aplina New Member

    l donot think you need a book to learn about affiliate marketing , there is alot of info here about that.there are also guy s doing very well here wit. why not asked them . that money you could use for marketing.

    l donot know if thier is any secercts ideas that has not been talked about.
  6. VictoriaNTC

    VictoriaNTC Silver Member

    The best advice I always offer is to check out Bum Marketing by Travis Sago. Basically, Travis shows a direct plan to starting a business at no cost, and he does not charge you for the information.
    You can find Bum Marketing on Google, or within the Wealthy Affiliate University forum.
    Remember to aviod get rich plans. They are scams.
    I hope this helps,
  7. Breanne

    Breanne Guest

    I would check out the library first. You may be able to find a lot of good information there. Also I learned a lot just by reading on line and participating in forums and social networking sites. In my opinion those have been more helpful to me than books.

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