FAQ

The following are some of the most commonly asked questions about our training. Please click on the questions below for the answer.

Questions

Affiliate Blogger PRO Members

  1. I'm a member and I can't login. Help!
  2. I've lost my Affiliate Blogger PRO member password.
  3. I need to change my billing information.
  4. CHANGE / CANCEL. I'm ready to graduate (or cancel) my subscription to Affiliate Blogger PRO.
New Student Questions
  1. How much does it cost to start an affiliate business?
  2. How much money can I make as an affiliate blogger?
  3. How long will it take me to start making money?
  4. Do I need my own website?
  5. Will I HAVE to learn HTML?
  6. Do I need to have my own products to sell?
  7. I don't have a credit card.
  8. How is Affiliate Blogger PRO different than other affiliate training courses?
  9. Why is Affiliate Blogger PRO so cheap?
  10. Is the full version of the course available immediately?
  11. My first language is Spanish (German, French, etc.) Can I be an affiliate blogger?
  12. I live in Timbuktu (or Upper Rubber Boot). Can I be an affiliate?
  13. Isn't Affiliate Marketing dead? ______ says it is!
  14. Do you have an affiliate program?
  15. I can't find an answer to my question here.
Prior Students
  1. I have the Super Affiliate Handbook. How is ABP different?
  2. I read your blog at RosalindGardner.com. Why should I join Affiliate Blogger PRO?

Answers

ABP Member Answers

  1. I'm a member and I can't login. Help!

    Please make sure you have "cookies enabled" in your browser. Use the following instructions to enable cookies.

    Firefox 2 or 3

    1. Click the Tools menu. (On a Mac, click the Firefox menu.)
    2. Select Options. (On a Mac, select Preferences.)
    3. Click the Privacy tab.
    4. Select the 'Accept cookies from sites' checkbox.
    5. Click the OK button.

    Internet Explorer 6 or 7

    1. Click the Tools menu.
    2. Select Internet Options.
    3. Click the Privacy tab.
    4. Click the Default button (or manually slide the bar down to 'Medium').
    5. Click the OK button.

    Click here to login.

  2. I've lost my Affiliate Blogger PRO member password.

    Not a problem! Click here to retrieve your password.

  3. I need to change my billing information.

    If you registered on or after September 1st, 2010, please contact Clickbank through https://www.clickbank.com/orderDetail.htm?helpSubmit=Submit+Online+Help+Request

    For students who joined before that date, you can change or cancel your subscription in PayPal by going to the Subscription Details page. Go to the History subtab of the My Account tab, choose the Subscriptions field from the Show drop-down menu, and click the Submit button. Click on the link in the Status column to view the Subscription Details, and click the Cancel button on the
    Subscription Details page.

  4. CHANGE / CANCEL. I'm ready to graduate (or cancel) my subscription to Affiliate Blogger PRO.

    If you registered on or after September 1st, 2010, please contact Clickbank through https://www.clickbank.com/orderDetail.htm?helpSubmit=Submit+Online+Help+Request

    For students who joined before that date, you can change or cancel your subscription in PayPal by going to the Subscription Details page. Go to the History subtab of the My Account tab, choose the Subscriptions field from the Show drop-down menu, and click the Submit button. Click on the link in the Status column to view the Subscription Details, and click the Cancel button on the Subscription Details page.

New Student Answers
  1. How much does it cost to start an affiliate business?

    I show you the least expensive methods to get your blog up and running, so your basic expenses will be domain registration and hosting ($7.95 a month).

    Although I do highly recommend using an autoresponder, which would run around $20 per month, that's not mandatory at the start, and you can always add that service later once you're making enough from your business to cover the expense.

    I also recommend using professional blog themes which can run in the $60 range (one-time fee) but those too are optional.

  2. How much money can I make as an affiliate blogger?

    How much you earn is entirely up to you based on a number of factors including the time and effort you put into your affiliate blogging business --- as well as how much desire you have to succeed. We can teach you everything we know about making money online as an affiliate blogger, but we can't do the work for you. However, if you need a little inspiration, you'll be glad to know that there are bloggers who make millions.

  3. How long will it take me to start making money?

    Once again, that's up to you. It could be a week, a month or even longer. The more effort you make to get traffic to your blog by following our plan, the quicker you will start earning affiliate commissions.

    Remember, building a real affiliate marketing business is not a 'get rich quick' scheme. Success comes to those who do what must be done and persevere in their efforts.

  4. Do I need my own website?

    Yes. And you'll learn how to install a new blog in one-minute flat.

  5. Will I HAVE to learn HTML?

    Nope. Not at all. We use WordPress and WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editors.

    But you will get a great list of HTML codes just in case you want to 'play' with that coding a bit. :-)

  6. Do I need to have my own products to sell?

    Not at all! That's the beauty of affiliate marketing. You promote "other peoples' stuff" to earn commissions either from the sale or lead generation.

  7. I don't have a credit card.

    As long as you have a bank account and can register with PayPal you can join Affiliate Blogger PRO and do business online. The hosting service that we recommend accepts checks and money orders.

  8. How is Affiliate Blogger PRO different than other affiliate training courses?

    In SO many ways. Please read Why Choose Affiliate Blogger PRO Training?.

  9. Why is Affiliate Blogger PRO so cheap?

    I don't believe people should have to pay $197 a month for access to any online training program.

    I want Affiliate Blogger PRO training to be affordable for everyone who needs it and I'd have to guess that people who want to learn how to make money online probably aren't swimming in dough.

    Too, with the program available more members, we have more fun together and there's a much greater pool of ideas and experience to share.

  10. Is the full version of the course available immediately?

    You get everything now --- and we're adding new content all the time.

    'Drip feeding' may work for complete newbies, but many of my students are more experienced and want to access the advanced portions sooner than later.

    Too, I trust that our new members are adults who won't become overwhelmed by the volume of information presented, but will appreciate the comprehensive nature of the course.

  11. My first language is Spanish (German, French, etc.) Can I be an affiliate blogger?

    You betcha! (Canadian for YES!)

    The Spanish, German, French and other markets are opening up to affiliates with lightning speed at the moment. Therefore, you'd still be on the leading edge in your particular market if you start promoting now. (Lucky you... I should have listened to my parents who spoke 9 languages besides English between them).

  12. I live in Timbuktu (or Upper Rubber Boot). Can I be an affiliate?

    Yes, it is more difficult for people from some countries to apply for affiliate programs, i.e. Nigeria.

    Here is a list of countries from which Clickbank (and affiliate network) accepts affiliates. Clickbank's list is a good guage of whether or not you might have difficulties applying to and being accepted by other programs and networks.

  13. Isn't Affiliate Marketing dead? ______ says it is!

    Hardly!

    ______ is / was / could have been a PPC search arbitrage expert. That was a BAD model, guaranteed to be crippled as more competition followed in their footsteps and Google changed its rules so that only one affiliate could link direct to a merchant from Adwords at any one time.

    Niche affiliate marketing as a blogger is completely different, especially from the standpoint that over time you will build a readership that trusts your product and service recommendations.

    It's also cheaper in that you don't have to repeatedly buy traffic... IF you have to buy traffic at all!

  14. Do you have an affiliate program?

    Sure do! Please go to this page to sign up.

  15. I can't find an answer to my question here.

    Are you sure your answer isn't here? Really? OK, then feel free to contact us using our Support Form.

Prior Students Answers
  1. I have the Super Affiliate Handbook. How is ABP different?

    GREAT question! ABP is the Super Affiliate Handbook's 'second generation' combining updated tutorials from the book with videos, webinars and audio lessons.

    ABP addresses the needs of ALL learners, not just the bookworms. :-)

    Not only that, but now when updates to the materials are made, I can point our members to the new information immediately through the wonders of online technology.

  2. I read your blog at RosalindGardner.com. Why should I join Affiliate Blogger PRO?

    And yet another great question!

    I love sharing what I know about all things affiliate marketingon my blog, but the site (especially the forum) was becoming overrun with spammers and freebie seekers.

    So... enter Affiliate Blogger PRO where I can give my FULL attention to those who are SERIOUS about doing business online as affiliate marketers and bloggers --- as I am and do.

    THAT's why you should join. :-)