eBook Review: Confessions of a Lazy Super Affiliate

Recently I read an eBook on affiliate marketing, called Confessions of a Lazy Super Affiliate. After I have read it, I think it's a non-B.S. book and worth the money (only $29.95).

Without giving away too much (otherwise the author might get angry), let me tell you a little bit about this book. I'd say Confessions of a Lazy Super-Affiliate is a pretty down-to-earth book. It's not for beginner, but for intermediate affiliate marketers who have already learned the basic stuff and are familiar with stuff like clickbank, adsense, adwords, etc.

Chris Rempel, the author of Confessions of a Lazy Super-Affiliate, doesn't like AdSense. "AdSense is for dummies." he said. The author doesn’t like those sites created by automatic scripts either. What he recommended is mini-sites focus on affiliate products. In Confession of a Lazy Super Affiliate, the author laid down a detailed step-by-step blueprint on how to create such mini-sites. I’d say that part was well written and can be followed easily. And it makes sense, too.

After that section, it came a real surprise. The author offers a SEO strategy that I’ve never heard about: it’s called viral software marketing. To me, that trick alone is so useful that I’d be willing to spend $29.95 to buy that idea alone. I found myself eager to start using that trick even before I finish reading the book.

Overall, Confession of a Lazy Super Affiliate is an eBook that definitely worth reading. It’s not long (61 pages) and full of detailed instruction, tips and tricks. Give it a try if you are interested!

Link: Confessions of a Lazy Super Affiliate