My First Sale(s)! – Blog

Last updated on August 18th, 2017 at 04:44 am

I made my first sale from affiliate marketing!

I’m elated, super excited. I really thought it was possible, but I didn’t think it would happen so quickly, and I definitely didn’t think I would see such a big number.

My ClickBank Transactions

Now I have no idea if that’s my commission or the total transaction amount, but I’m honestly happy even just to see that $0.07. But then I thought about what that meant: someone purchased something from Affilorama worth at least $137.38 using my link. I’m not saying that’s necessarily a bad thing, but it… it could be.

I’ve only ever tried Affilorama’s free membership and I talked about the free lessons and blog posts they had. Being the cheap-ass I am, I kind of assumed that everyone would sign up for the free membership and not bother buying anything. I have since edited my How To: Painless Affiliate Marketing post to make sure people know there’s a free membership and that I have no idea how their other products are. Based on their free content, I can only imagine good things, but I don’t actually know. But for the sake of the person who bought them using my link, I sincerely hope they’re mind-blowingly amazing. Thank you, kind stranger.

And if it’s not, there’s a 60-day refund. I just checked to make myself feel better. I really hope it’s fucking amazing. I know I’m a dork for worrying, but… yeah whatever, I’m a dork. Good luck, whoever you are.

…. AHHHHHH, my first sale!!

For a detailed review of Affilorama’s free membership and all the goodies that come with it, click here. And if you want to learn more about affiliate marketing, check out my post, or click here for some resources I use. And if you go for it, let me know! I’d love to hear from other people who are new to this.

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