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People love their pets. There are estimated 180 million dogs and cats in the U.S. alone. That’s not even mentioning all the snakes, guinea pigs, parrots, and other more exotic creatures people keep as companions. And if you’ve been to a pet store lately, you know that pet owners will spare no expense and will buy just about anything pet-relate. Gourmet dog food, pet toys, healthy treats, Heck, I’ve even seen dog strollers and cat leashes. I'm also sure there are a lot of dogs out there that eat better than I do!
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I’m a newbie and just stumbled into this article, which I find hugely informative. So thank you for writing this article. I’m close to finishing building my very first website and don’t have a domain yet, but have a question. Since affiliate program is considered a business, I’m wondering how do we set up a simple LLC one person company to separate our personal stuff from our online business stuff? Is there a simple reliable step-by-step guide we can follow, or does anyone here can advise with your own experiences? Thank you.
One of the best ways I ever saw total market share explained was by thinking of it like a giant pie and there’s only ever that much pie to go around. When you look at the JS data, you aren’t seeing a reflection of what you’ll get. For example, if there’s three sellers selling 300 units per month, if you join in, you’re not going to get 300 per month… you’re going to get 225 because your presence in the market has just reduced current demand by 25% for each of the current competitors. In the end, demand is only 900 units per month, regardless of how much supply there is. And in actuality, you’re more likely to do less than that as you might only take away 5% away from current competitors, earning yourself 45 sales per month.
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Obviously with such a hugely valuable niche where people will be spending on average around $30,000 to $60,000 on a boat, there will be tons of information and reviews available, right?  Wrong!  In fact, MOST of the boats that I was interested in had zero reviews to be found anywhere on the internet.  Zero.  And all the manufacturers showed was a few pictures, sometimes a sales video, and an abbreviated spec sheet.  That’s it.  I scoured the internet for unbiased reviews of boats and did not find anything helpful at all.

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