Would I be able to register my new blogs for affiliate links

Hi! I am setting affiliate websites. I am going in to ten niches (10 websites) like health and fitness, home and garden etc. I have made a plan to post a blog a day on each with my content team which has been set up by me. I want to have a word that will it be possible, that for consecutive three months if I upload approx 70+ blog posts on each website with good keywords research and quality content, I would be in a position to register as an affiliate with amazon, alibaba and best buy etc.

What are their basic condition for traffic count etc?

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How long did it take to get your first $100 day? How did you achieve it?

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1 Million Email Subscribers ‘Fricking Hard,’ Says Founder

I asked Sam Parr, the founder of The Hustle, an email newsletter with curated business and technology news, how he has grown his list to over 1 million subscribers.

“It’s fricking hard,” he told me. “For the first 100,000, I spent all of my time on Reddit. Then I shifted focus to news only. Then I created an ambassador program, which helped us get to about 500,000. We now have complex and sophisticated systems that track each subscriber — gold, silver, and bronze.”

Subscriptions are free for The Hustle. But related services, such as, a community for entrepreneurs, are not. He and I recently discussed his company’s strategy, his inspirations, and, yes, fake news.

What follows is our entire audio conversion and its transcript, edited for length and clarity.

Eric Bandholz: Tell us about yourself.

Sam Parr: While in college I owned a chain of hot dog stands in Nashville, Tennessee. The business was called Southern Sam’s: Wieners as Big as a Baby’s Arm.

I moved to San Francisco in 2012 to start Internet companies. I launched Hustle Con two years later. It’s like a Ted Talk conference for entrepreneurs. I didn’t expect it to make money. But it did — $60,000 in the first six weeks — via an email list.

But I didn’t want to be just a conference guy. It wasn’t interesting to me. I read a book about Ted Turner, the founder of CNN. His story of building a media company was inspiring. So in 2016 I launched The Hustle. It’s an email newsletter that goes out to over a million subscribers each day. We have a team of journalists. We cover the best and most engaging business news every morning.

It’s just email, but it’s quite a big business — seven figures in revenue each month. My vision from day one was to build this huge email list of like-minded people. Then we create related services and sell them to subscribers. We now have, it’s a private community for entrepreneurs

We’re going to keep launching similar products. I’ve stolen the idea from SoftBank, the Japan-based conglomerate and holding company. The founder, Masayoshi Son, is a celebrity.

Bandholz: What sort of products?

Parr: I’m fascinated with this whole fake news thing. People’s trust in the media is at an all-time low. I’m interested in solving that problem in unorthodox ways. We’re tinkering with products to help solve that. In Japan, and ironically in China, people consume news in a vastly different way. So I’m studying how they consume information and whether they trust the media.

How do you give people truthful information? Every morning I go to Huffington Post and then to Breitbart — extreme left and extreme right. Then I go to CNN, and then to Fox. It’s quite challenging to find the truth. And so I’m pretty obsessed with how to give people truthful information. There’s going to be a shift in the next three or four years. People are going to pay for news way more than now.

Bandholz: How are you acquiring subscribers?

Parr: Let’s just say, hypothetically, that we have 1 million subscribers to The Hustle. I spent three years building up this email list, so I can probably get upwards of 2 percent to sign up for Trends, as an example. That’s how I think about that those initial subscribers.

I get you to join The Hustle. You fall in love with me over several weeks by reading all this free news. And then I offer you Trends. Two percent of subscribers will join. So that works quite well.

As for acquiring subscribers to The Hustle, we advertise extensively on Facebook, podcasts, and, especially, YouTube.

Facebook is working wonderfully. The coronavirus has been a blessing for us and a lot of other subscription companies.

Bandholz: I’ve never been able to figure out how to grow an email list to a million or more subscribers.

Parr: It’s fricking hard. For the first 100,000, I spent all of my time on Reddit. I would find interesting subreddits and comments that I thought I could exploit. For example, I found a Soylent subreddit and then wrote a blog post about living on Soylent for 30 days. I posted it on there, which generated traffic. And I would do that repeatedly.

After I got to 100,000 subscribers, I shifted the focus of the email to news only. We would send news Monday, Wednesday, Friday. Then we switched to five days a week. Open rates went up, and churn went down.

Then I created an ambassador program. That helped us get to about 500,000. And I started doing paid marketing around this time. If an email address is worth $15, for example, I’ll spend a lot of money to obtain them at $2.

We now have complex systems that track each user. We have gold, silver, and bronze users. I know where to find the golds, but I still need the bronze because they make up the quantity. We have a very sophisticated way of going out and getting all of them. We’ll add 300,000 new subscribers net this month [June 2020].

Roughly 50 percent of them will be via paid channels. But we have a lot of organic, too. Approximately 2,000 people per day go to from organic search and subscribe. And we’re giving away a $35,000 Tesla this month. It’s a great way to get new subscribers. Those giveaways work.

Bandholz: Where can people find you?

Parr: I’m best found on Twitter, theSamParr. If you want to sign up for The Hustle, go to Signing up for Trends will cost just $1 for a week. If you don’t like it, just click cancel. You’re only out a buck.


Can someone explain what AM is?

I’m familiar with what AM is but I don’t understand the process. I’ve been trying to learn it but I still don’t get how you get customers. Can someone please explain?

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Amazon Associates Tax Form and Sole Proprietors of an LLC?

Hi everyone,

I just started an "LLC" (I use commas because it's in Europe) and I'm trying to make sure I filled in the Amazon Tax Interview correctly.

The reason I'm confused is because I am the sole proprietor of this LLC, and when I'm filling the Tax Interview and have to choose whether I am an Individual or Business, there's this line right under the buttons:

"Individual" includes Sole Proprietors or Single-Member LLCs where the owner is an individual.

This leads me to believe that I should fill in my personal details.

At the end of the form I'm asked to input my TIN or non-US TIN. My company has a VAT ID, so I input that.

So what I'm asking is if you think this approach is correct – being the sole proprietor of an LLC, filling the tax form with my personal info, but using the company TIN at the end.

Thank you.

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96% of enterprise leaders are prioritising digital transformation as consumers rapidly adopt digital

The latest phase of Econsultancy and Marketing Week’s ‘Marketing in a Crisis’ research, which surveyed more than 1,000 marketers across the world and from various sectors, has revealed a dramatic shift in focus towards digital transformation as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

A new survey of more than 1,100 marketers conducted by Econsultancy and Marketing Week has revealed the extent to which organisations – particularly large enterprises – are honing in on digital in response to changes in customer behaviour brought about by the Covid-19 crisis.

Among the 156 respondents from customer-facing organisations with £50 million or more in annual revenue, 63% said they have observed a “strong trend” of consumers adopting digital features more rapidly as a result of Covid-19. A further 33% said they have seen “some trend” of this happening.

An additional 40% said they have observed a “strong trend” of older consumers using digital services as a result of Covid-19, with 55% saying they had observed “some trend” towards digital adoption among older consumers.

Companies are meeting this trend with a stronger commitment to digital transformation. When asked how their organisation would be approaching various areas of the business in terms of budget and priority in the second half (H2) of 2020, more than half of the 288 large enterprises (both B2B and B2C) with more than £50 million annual revenue that took part said they would be increasing their budget for strategic initiatives such as digital transformation and restructuring. This was by far the area with the largest percentage of businesses planning to increase their budget.

A further 29% said they would be maintaining their budget for strategic initiatives, meaning just 16% of large enterprises said they were decreasing their budget for strategic initiatives such as digital transformation. Almost a third (31%) of respondents also said they planned to increase their budget for technology or infrastructure spending in H2 2020.

This is particularly noteworthy when compared to the first phase of Econsultancy and Marketing Week’s research, conducted on 16th March, which found that nearly half (47%) of major brands (with £50 million+ annual revenue) in the US and UK had delayed or were reviewing strategic initiatives such as digital transformation.

But the most resounding endorsement of digital transformation in the wake of Covid-19 came from marketing leaders at the director level and above working at large enterprises, 96% of whom said that “The lockdown has increased/emphasised the priority of digital transformation” at their company. Just 4% of directors from companies with £50m+ revenue disagreed with this statement.

A majority of enterprise leaders (57%) also agreed with the statement that “We have a clear theory on how our sector is going to evolve post-lockdown” while 56% of leaders said that, “The lockdown period has been the most innovative I have experienced at the company”.

The rise of innovation during Covid-19

Previous phases of Econsultancy and Marketing Week’s research have highlighted the extent to which innovation of various kinds within large enterprises has increased throughout the lockdown period.

Product or service innovations have seen the biggest jump, with the percentage of marketers at all levels of organisations with £50m+ annual revenue saying that they had observed innovations in products or services in response to the outbreak increasing from 22% on 31st March to 57% on 16th July – an increase of 35 percentage points.

The percentage of marketers who had observed innovations in marketing messaging or branding that might be useful post-outbreak increased by 32 percentage points, from 31% on 31st March to 53% on 16th July. Innovations in customer communication also increased by 27 percentage points over the same period, from 24% to 51%.

Internal transformation has been even more widespread than outward-facing innovation or transformation, with 69% of respondents from large enterprises in the latest phase of research saying that they have observed new processes in the company that they might use post-outbreak (up from 44% on 31st March) and 84% saying that they have observed new ways of working (up from 73% on 31st March).

This shows that at a minimum, a sizeable majority of large enterprises have found themselves reinventing work processes in a way that will last beyond Covid-19 – and more than half have also innovated on products, services, marketing and customer communication.

With almost all respondents at a director level and above reporting that they have increased their emphasis on digital transformation, and a majority also backing that emphasis with increased budget, the second half of 2020 will undoubtedly be a decisive period in many large enterprises’ transformation journeys as they form plans for the future and put them into action – or build on the improvements they have already put into place.

Learn more

Econsultancy’s Digital Shift Q3 2020 Report delves into the impact of Covid-19 on digital trends and highlights other emerging trends in video, social media, marketing and technology.


How Email Marketing and Messenger Marketing Create a Better Customer Experience

This post was contributed by Irina Kvashli, Writer at amoCRM

What creates a better customer experience – email marketing or messenger marketing?


July 2020 Top 10: Our Most Popular Posts

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USPS Woes Could Impact Ecommerce SMBs

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5 Content Marketing Ideas for August 2020

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Drag-and-drop Ecommerce Tools Are on the Rise

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Understanding Core Web Vitals for SEO

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Entrepreneur Sells the Most Competitive Product on Amazon, and Thrives

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Covid-19 Accelerates Retail’s Digital Transformation

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It’s the Perfect Time to Launch a Loyalty Program

The pandemic is prompting consumers to stay at home and buy online. It’s a perfect opportunity for ecommerce companies to introduce a well-defined loyalty program. Also called rewards or points, loyalty programs help the business and its customers in three key ways. Read more…


Do you want to earn big ,a passive 6-7 digit income through internet ?

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What do I do after my first sale

I setup a fully automated campaign with my Clickbank link and got my first sale today in about a week after I started the campaign. Now should I promote the same product through another traffic source or should I try promoting another product with the same method? (Digital health product by the way)

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