Affiliate Gameplan: Return To Common Sense Affiliate Marketing
Matt Baker’s Affiliate Game Plan Review & Bonus
Affiliate Gameplan introduces new Internet Marketing
strategies from Taylor Fletcher. Taylor is one of Rob
Benwell’s (Blogging To The Bank) top affiliates. His huge
success marketing BTTB led Rob to find out exactly what
Taylor was doing that led to so many sales. The result was
Taylor’s Affiliate Gameplan.
But what makes Affiliate Gameplan different than the
scores of “Make Money” products released in prior
weeks? Will it really help you make money online?
Having read the review copy of the system twice now, I believe I can offer a credible review. I am not
new to Affiliate Marketing and have earned a full-time income online now for nearly 4 years. I have
purchased scores of products, software and other tools from “gurus” and “super-affiliates” all promising
to make me loads of money online, if I just do what they say and follow their “proven” system.
There is both a measure of truth and gaming in all of these claims.
Is It Just Rehashed Material?
The term “rehashed,” is a really a misnomer. There is what I call general information and specialized
information. Most Internet Marketing guides contain both. General information is common knowledge
or facts about Internet Marketing that are readily known, i.e. basic SEO, Web 2.0, Back-linking, etc. And
then there is specialized knowledge that the product creator/author presents that gives deeper or
broader insight into what is commonly known on the subject.
Recently I was at Barnes & Noble Booksellers browsing really. I decided to check out their Business
Books and noticed an entire section devoted to Twitter.
There a whole shelf of Twitter guides. As I
thumbed through the pages of several guides,
I noticed that most General Knowledge about
It was all basic stuff, but eye-opening to a
Were these “rehashed?” No. Each author, e.g.
Joel Conn, also included their sp