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1. When gauging competition in terms of reviews you want to be looking at the top 10 sellers that come up organically, which you can quickly see using the JS Chrome Extension. The sponsored products are different, because any seller can bid on a search term and appear as a sponsored product in the Amazon search results (even products that just launched and have no reviews or sales yet).

In general, technology and gadgets is a highly competitive industry that doesn’t leave much room for the smaller guys (and gals) to make their way in and compete against the big dogs. However, there is one subsection of the technology industry that is taking off, with plenty of room for smaller competitors to make their way in and take a piece of the pie.


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I just started out with Affiliate Marketing (idea # 8) and it is not as easy as people make out to be. For me, the hardest part so far, is learning Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and driving traffic to my website. I’m only 3 months into it, but I am confident that the site will begin to generate some incom., I have to give it 6-9 months, so we’ll see.
The choices I’ve listed above are the affiliate networks that I’m most familiar with. Most I use today or have used in the past. It’s hardly a complete list of all the good affiliate networks that are out there since there are so many. If you would like to share a network that you really like working with please list it in the comments section at the bottom of this page.
I actually used to rank #1 for a “best [PRODUCT TYPE]” keyword a few years back with around 50k monthly search volume – used to pull in 20k+ uniques/month at one point, all to one page. It was nothing but a long blog post; I monetised it solely through Amazon affiliate links and it made £400 – £500/month. Each of the products on the page were around £15 – £30.
If you're looking to get started in real estate, look at a crowd funding solution like RealtyMogul. It works similar to LendingClub - you commit as little as $5,000 towards a property. When the property is fully funded, you become an owner, and will receive your share of the earnings and appreciation in the property.  Check out RealtyMogul to learn more. 
I’ve put together a free 7 day fast-start guide to earning your first dollar online. Go access this free affiliate marketing training. You’ll discover why internet marketing is by far the funnest and easiest way to earn passive income each and every month. Please note that I did not use the word ‘job’. There’s plenty of work involved but it will never feel like a job to you.
Little known fact about me is that I love a good game of airsoft on the weekends.  Like in most cities, there is a group of about 200 people (mostly guys but there are some women who play) who get together every weekend  to play.  The airsoft guns are not anything like the tiny pump guns that kids buy at Walmart.  These guys spend hundreds on their guns, more on camo, and even have radio comm and military style helmets.  It’s serious to these guys.
As for what should your sandbox be, you have a few options. The easiest is to start a blog. That’s what this site was started as: a sandbox for learning content marketing, and it only became my full-time job on accident. A blog is a perfect sandbox for learning digital marketing since you can test almost all of the tactics on it, it’s low-cost, and you’ll improve your writing in the process.
Register a domain and get on it!  You can review all of the current offerings by simply buying them on Amazon, testing them out for a month, and then returning them before your return window ends.  I personally don’t have any problem doing this because it means that I’m going to send TONS of traffic to Amazon, so I think it’s in their best interest.
Sure, it starts out with a local niche site that doesn’t require you to talk to anybody. Then as you get more invested in it and see the potential you start to leave the cave and meet people in your local area. Then living there becomes a lot more fun and you find yourself talking to people and getting human interactions you weren’t getting before.
Teachable and Udemy are two of many, but these are the most prevalent, and they’re both intuitive and user-friendly. With Teachable, you have more control over your pricing and the look and feel of your course, but you don’t get a built-in audience. Instead you have to do all the marketing yourself. Udemy has a built-in base of students, but you don’t have as much control and they take more of your revenue.
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