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So for some reason I find myself living in Asia. I'm making decent coin here teaching English.
In fact I have banked $3081.82 since I've been here, and I've only been here for 3 months.
Unfortunately it's not that easy to send money from this country back to Western countries. So I had a look at the bitcoin route. Well it turns out that bitcoin trading has been effectively banned here, so I was pretty much wasting my time.
It's a damn shame because I'd love to gain a bit of experience in cryptos.
Anyway, from what I saw from signing up to a couple of bitcoin sites kind of scared me. Both of the sites I signed up to had flaky holes in their signup routines. As a software developer, I notice these things. And the site with a list of bitcoin exchanges I used casually mentioned that 3 of the exchanges had been hacked and money had been lost. Yikes!
Thankfully if my plan had legs then I would only have been a very short term holder of bitcoins. But even so,
Next week I'll go down the sensible route of trying to set up an international bank transfer, then investing my $3081.82 in high yielding stocks and property mutual funds.
If you're getting into cryptos then be careful. And read this wonderful article from zerohedge. A crypto bubble? Almost certainly.
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Been around since 2009 means you've had so much experience in this space. I'm really considering expanding into promoting products in other niches using paid ads but my limitation is that I don't know how to speak a second language.
I agree with you that low gravity shouldn't be a criterion for selecting products to promote as there are some uncompetitive products with very low gravity. I'll like to add some characteristics of products you shouldn't promote:
1. Clickbank products that have (external) ads on their sales page
2. Products with buy buttons that do not go to the Clickbank order page
3. Products that exaggerate their promises, especially financial promises. Promises like these will lead to high refund rates (most MMO products have refund rates over 20% in fact).
4. Unresponsive vendors. Before starting to promote a product, ALWAYS contact the vendor (ask for a review copy, or ask a question about the product, or just introduce yourself). If you get no reply within 48hours do NOT promote the product.
Recently, I came across a course created by Clickbank's current #1 affiliate that claims to teach people how to drive traffic to Clickbank offers using Facebook Ads. I've seen some good reviews and positive testimonies online about the course. Here's one https://abayomioloyede.com/commission-hero-review/
What do you think about the course?