Detailed price: SHOWCASE Project type: Advertising Promotional SEO Posted by: website viewed 12 times posted by juicybonuses
I've been working almost a month on my latest project: https://negative-reviews.comThe idea is simple: manufacturers will not tell you their product problems for obvious reasons. But I've found reviews website to be positively biased too, I'd guess because they don't want to dissuade you from purchasing since they make money through affiliate links.Negative Reviews aims at making money through affiliate links too, so why would the reviews be more truthful? Well, that's because the negatives of products are the only things the reviews talk about.I'd love to hear your feedback. Good or bad. In particular, I'm recently becoming concerned that people like it, but nobody will love it.
For sale is a growing Amazon affiliate business in the printing and apparel niche. Launched in 2016, the business has scaled steadily and predictably by providing informative guides and reviews for heat press machinery. Aimed at consumers and businesses alike, the website continues to gain traction with users. As t-shirts and other printed merchandise remain some of the top-selling DIY products, the business has securely positioned itself in a lucrative industry. With the average article consisting of over 1,000 words and a robust backlink profile of over 2,000 active backlinks, the site has secured an impressive keyword profile. The business ranks on the first Google results page for highly sought-after terms such as ‘Heat Press’, helping drive over 75,000 visitors in the past year alone. The business presents a great acquisition opportunity for a new owner looking to take over a growing and scalable content business primed for future growth. Yearly revenue: $38,700*
Hello r/SideProject,I know that there are plenty of guides out there for online marketing but I wanted to pursue more of a hands-on-mentality so I started this side project. I did create a "ThisIsWhyIamBrokeClone" Shopify clone within 4days and challenged myself to reach certain (marketing related) KPI goals.Since Online Marketing (OM) is a huge field I set my priorities as follows:Content marketingSocial media marketing (esp. Influencer Marketing)Search engine optimization (SEO)Conversion optimization and other KPIsWhile I am at the very beginning of my OM journey I'm willing to share the very early stages.1. Entrepreneurial BasicsStarting from pretty much zero I had to get a little into entrepreneurship first. So I started my research (mostly reading on the internet) and gathered got some insights.Reminder: The following is my personal top lessons learnt list and therefore very subjectiveIt all starts with a vision or project.Every vision is, due to it's innovative nature, a collection of assumptions.First big milestone I want to reach is a "Proof of Concept".The goal of a Proof of Concept (PoC) is testing an idea while putting the least amount of resources in.To do so I have to break my project down into it's essentials and identify the underlying assumptionsAsking myself "How do I prove assumption a,b,c without having the final product today?" From my experience this is hard brain work. There are some very smart yet easy ways to prove a concept. Best is to google "smart proof of concept examples" and read some.The tool to achieve my PoC is a Minimum Viable Product (MVP)A MVP can be anything from a website (in my case) to a video or a 3d printed prototype. It basically transforms a vision into something a (future) customer can interact with. Interaction is key.2. Ecommerce StrategyAfter applying some of the entrepreneurial basics to my project I knew that my MVP shall be an ecommerce store. So again back to research and dig into it.Reminder: The following is my personal top lessons learnt list and therefore very subjectiveHandling purchasing and logistics add a huge layer of complexity. Not suitable for my MVP but there are optionsFulfillment by Amazon (FBA) - I basically send my products to a Amazon Warehouse and list them on Amazon. Whenever someone orders Amazon does all the logisticsFBA is nice but does leave the purchasing or producing process to me. Not suitable for my MVP.Dropshipping - Grouping up with producers choosing some products and listing them in my own ecommerce shop. Whenever something is bought I buy the product form the producer he sends it out. Suitable for a viable product but it's not the minimum viable product for my project. Producers are mostly from Asia the shipping takes long and grouping up can be very time consuming.Affiliate Shopify Store. Listing products from marketplaces I'm affiliated with. The margins might be smaller but I can choose products quite freely and the product mix can be a part of my future marketing strategy. No purchasing, no logistics. Vistors can realize the concept and interact.This is where I started reseraching and discovered "ThisIsWhyIamBroke" - I did not know it before. I decided that there is still a nieche within the nieche and initiated this side project.3. Building A Minimum Shopify Store4. Online Marketing first baby stepsSince it's almost 5 a.m. here and I don't know if you guys even want me to continue I gonna stop here for today.I don't know the rules of this board please delete the link if it's not okay.Current progress:https://www.dankgeneration.com/
Some sort of affiliate site maybe? I’ve heard the term “drop ship” before but I’m not entirely sure how to implement it. The phrases would be known by local fans but it’s unlikely that it would receive national recognition.
Project description Walletform. com is a Danish-owned company located in the heart of Copenhagen. Our service provides the possibility to take up loans, apply for a new broadband, get a new phone subscription or apply for social security. Detailed price: SHOWCASE Project type: Financial Services Search Marketing SEO Posted by: website viewed 2 times posted by walletform
Hi, just wanted to share my app. It's a site to easily create and manage wish lists.https://www.hebbenhebben.nlIt's generating revenue by using affiliate links for products people put on their wish list. This is done through the search feature or by analyzing the URL the user posts.Features include:Public / Private / Password protected with listsUnlimited lists / items (for now, until it gets abused)Claiming of items - someone can 'claim' an item, which hides it from others viewing the list, which prevents double-gifting. This is not visible for the owner of the listSorting, automatically adding product imagesI'm still working on more features:Add more relevant web shops :-)Add a "lootjes trekker". Basically you enter multiple people into a pool and you get assigned someone (think Secret Santa). Of course, wish lists are linked automatically.Maybe add friendly URLs for easier list sharingWhat do you guys think? Anything that can be improved? Also curious to hear from the Dutch peeps out here :-P
Hey /r/SideProjectI just launched a new website called Uptown Plug which is a one-stop shop platform connecting independent artists with services they need to take their music career to the next level.Uptown Plug features companies offering their services to independent artists across key music categories such as streaming promotion, graphic design, management, touring, distribution and plenty more.Here is the website if you are interested: https://theuptownplug.com/I'm still trying to figure out monetization but I can see it being a combination of companies posting their services for a fee, affiliate program for tools/software we recommend, membership/subscription model which would include premium content such as ebooks, courses, etc.Would love any feedback/suggestions that you guys might have.
I made a Chrome extension that blocks addictive websites until you've finished your to-do list.Prod —a thoughtful to-do list for Google ChromeUnderstandably it has no social share buttons, because it's meant to be helping people avoid social media. But it does have a "share with email button."I've been trying to think of some other methods users could share the app. For instance: a button that prints a poster to put up in your office, or a button that sends a postcard to someone. If you can think of something similarly insane, please let me know.$12.96 —Prod is free, doesn't have ads, bug you to upgrade or anything annoying. Instead it has affiliate links on the productivity tips that show up now and then, usually a link to the book the tip came from. Someone clicked the link to a book, then randomly bought a cell phone, and I got a small percentage.
Project description MyLead is the fastest growing affiliate network in Poland and a unique place to make money online. For over 4 years we have been successfully care about your impeccable satisfaction. MyLead is a comprehensive platform for making money online.This project is built usingPHPlavarel Detailed price: SHOWCASE Project type: Advertising Networks Advertising Platforms Lead Generation Posted by: website viewed 18 times posted by myleadcrm Technology: This project is built usingPHPlavarel
MyLead is the fastest growing affiliate network in Poland and a unique place to make money online. For over 4 years we have been successfully care about your impeccable satisfaction. MyLead is a comprehensive platform for making money online. In MyLead you can found several hundreds offers billed in various conversion models. In our network we associate the largest Polish brands. We have 9 different monetization models, including: CPS, CPL, CPA, SMS MO, SMS MT, IVR, Chat SMS and PPI.
Project description Explore your digital marketing skill with ralettagrad Digital marketing training in Indore. Our organization teach you advanced digital marketing strategies and offers great courses like SEO, Search engine optimisation, SMO, Social media marketing, PPC, Email Marketing, Affiliate Marketing, content .. Detailed price: FOR SALE ⋅ Contact for price Project type: Advertising Digital Media Search Marketing Posted by: website viewed 24 times posted by ralettagrad
This profitable business sells turnkey websites, offering services to make affiliate based websites to those seeking to make money online. Clients have a choice of three packages ranging from $280 - $550. The site also offers pure web design services. All services are outsourced to an experienced team (with the site for over 2 years). The site also generates revenue from on-going hosting following the initial free 12-month hosting period. Yearly revenue: $Private
Provides online magazines for PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad and Android across a broad range of genres. The site provides premium magazines at a fraction of the cost of buying the magazine in paper form and currently has over 800 magazines and 1000 unique pages on offer. The supplier, Zinio, has over 10,000 magazines to choose to feature and all income is from their affiliate programme on Commission Junction. As one Zinio's highest performing organic affiliates, the site has preferable commission rates (25% vs. 20% for other similar sites) and there is the possibility to earn addition income by promoting complementary products. The site also has popular Facebook (1,527 likes), Twitter (950 followers) and Pinterest (326 followers, 2,435 pins, 1,106 likes) accounts. Yearly revenue: $Private
affiliate site in the travel and leisure sector, which helps clients make informed decisions on 'secret hotels' before booking rooms. 'Secret hotels' is a trend which is growing in popularity, with luxury hotels offering rooms at a significant discount to increase occupancy levels. These rooms are advertised on a no-names basis, under 'secret hotel' offers, to protect their brand image. This site offers insight as to the hotel's location, quality, any other features, before sending clients to merchants such as LastMinute.com (owned by Travelocity) and SecretEscapes.com to make the final booking. In its short history, the site has sent close to $500K in business to these sites. Yearly revenue: $Private*
We are looking for an experienced young professional to : - Create content to promote our service - Help develop our affiliate program. - Costumer acquisition Compensation: Commission
BackerETA Crowd Sourced Order Tracking. Has three revenue streams. 1) Google ads 2) Cross sell links (not activated) for affiliate revenue 3) Project owners pay small fee to have their ship dates published. Built with: Rails 5 API (Heroku + PostgreSQL), React Client (AWS S3 hosted) Make Offer