Free Affiliate Training Course - FAQ
What is the Affiliate Master Programme (AMP)?
It is a step by step guide to setting yourself up as a successful and profitable affiliate marketer online.
What is an affiliate marketer?
Essentially an AM is a freelance advertising agent online. Thousands of businesses use affiliates to help promote their offers and the affiliates get paid on results such as sales, leads or clicks on ads.
What does this free affiliate training course cost?
It is free!! There are costs involved in setting up your business such as web hosting and ad software but I charge nothing for the programme.
Who are you?
My name is Paul Fowler and I have been marketing online successfully since 2004. The AMP brings those ten years of experience to bear in a simple but effective training system.
Do I need to be tech savvy?
No. Everything you need to know is laid out in easy to follow steps for you and does not require any programming or tech know how.
How long will it take to make money if I follow this free affiliate training course?
It will take around 30 hours of training and study to get you set up and then a further 10-15 hours of training to get your first campaigns going. Once you are this stage you will start to see earnings and the level of those will depend on many factors including how much you invest in ads.
How much does it cost to get started.
This is a free affiliate training course but you will need to have around $200 set aside for web hosting, software and email hosting. You will also need an ad budget but this can be at any level to begin with although I would set aside at least $100 for your first campaign.
How much can be made as an AM?
If you follow the training and the ongoing advice and tips you can make a very good living as an AM. I have seen students turn $7000 of ad spend into $78000 in a month!
Do I have to buy all the software to do this?
Yes. You cannot operate as an AM without the right tools.
Do I have to use paid ads?
No. You can choose to do other forms of free marketing as well although they are more time consuming and not as effective but they will be covered in the AMP as well anyway.