I'm getting a little fed up with the idea of making money online by talking about making money online. In a sense, it's just perpetuating a somewhat meaningless activity... Don't get me wrong, I think it's excellent to provide useful information about marketing that has helped you in the past to your fellow affiliates, but building an entire business around making money seems like a funny thing to do. There's no real product, there's nothing of real substance except the promise that you, too can do the same thing. This is why it's so hard for newbies to keep focus: This is not something very many people can do! If 'everyone' joined in on marketing ways to market, and selling ways to sell, nothing would actually get done. We would just be teaching each other how to teach people to teach. Hah. Maybe I'm missing something? Obviously it's a beautiful thing to have so much valuable information literally at our fingertips, and fellow internet users are most likely the best way to learn how to market products. And sure it's tempting to make a little money while you pass on information... Around 97 percent of people fail to make money online. If you're selling to fellow money-makers, you're selling to about 3 percent of those people right?? And ignoring a vast amount of consumers. I sure don't mind helping others and passing on tidbits for small commissions as a side-project, but my main business goals were never to sell my main business goals haha. Anyone disagree or have interesting remarks?