Hey, thanks for checking out my about page.
My name is Brad Campbell and I’m a super affiliate…
That’s me to the right with my affiliate marketing protege ;-)
Being a new dad rocks. And not to sound cheesy, but I am so lucky to be able to spend all day at home with my little man.
I’m living my own version of the dot com lifestyle, thanks to the power of the good ol’ world wide web (combined with savvy direct response marketing, of course).
Oddly enough, I’m actually a Doctor of Pharmacy.
But I’ve always been an entrepreneur at heart. And once I discovered the possibilities that existed online, I was hooked.
(Like a crack addict.)
After lots of hard work and many more failures than successes, I slowly but surely gained some momentum.
Today, life is pretty good.
I’m no millionaire, but I’m living comfy. My favorite way to make money online is with affiliate marketing. Here’s a typical day on ClickBank:
And another affiliate account that brings in passive commissions daily:
I’ve got a handful of other affiliate accounts, but earnings are a bit more sporadic in those.
Recently, I launched my one on one coaching, which makes for some nice thousand dollar paydays (I took the following 2 photos of my computer screen with my iPhone, hence the crappy quality):
… And even single days where I bring in over two thousand dollars (on this day I actually brought in $3,459.23 total, with all income streams combined):
But as you know, it’s not about the money… but what the money allows for.
The number one benefit is FREEDOM. For me, every day feels like a Saturday. And I want that for you too.
… no matter how overwhelming it may seem, just remember…
… All that stands between you and an incredible lifestyle is one proven system.
That’s it – just one.
For me, that proven system is blogging and SEO to get traffic, opt-ins and sales around the clock.
I can work as much or as little as I want, from anywhere in the world with an Internet connection.
Even better, I have absolutely no stress.
I’m a one-man show with no employees, no outsourcers and I run my entire online business on about $200 of expenses per month (can be more if I mess around with paid traffic though).
If you’re serious about this, I can help you find similar success.
Anyways, here’s what a typical day in my life looks like…
Like I said at the beginning of this page, much of the day revolves around spending quality time with my son (I love this pic):
Most days I’ll take him to the park to play:
Some days we might do something more exciting like visit the zoo or go to a spring training baseball game (or whatever sporting event is in season):
I’ll usually take him on a run at some point:
Living in sunny Arizona, almost every day will include a little time maxing and relaxing in the pool:
Mom works part-time and joins us when she gets off work:
The pool wears the little guy out, so after that it’s nap time. I usually take advantage of this by going to the gym for a weight training workout or doing a longer run:
Occasionally, I’ll go hiking in the mountains, which is awesome for just taking everything in (once again, my iPhone not doing the picture any justice):
Really though, it’s the little things that mean so much.
Like grilling a healthy late lunch whenever I’m hungry, as opposed to waiting for some idiot-face boss to tell me it’s break time:
With so much free time, I tell family and friends to visit whenever they want. Grandpa and grandma just stopped by for a couple weeks and we had a blast:
We had to indulge at our favorite restaurants:
If you’re ever in Arizona, stop by Oregano’s and order yourself a “Dirty Monkey” (drink on the right). It goes down like water, but there’s a reason they have a 2-drink max on those things, LOL…
Let’s see, what else? Oh yeah, we did a little 4-wheeling out in the desert as well:
The day might finish up with some reality TV or a movie in our theater room downstairs.
Nothing too crazy.
Now, I could’ve shown you flashy pictures of elaborate Vegas vacations and such, but I’m not one to paint a false picture. A typical day in my life isn’t all that exciting.
But that’s by design.
That’s how I like it.
And if you’re wondering where the work fits in, the answer is it always depends.
Some days I might not work at all.
Other days I might work 6 hours, from 11 pm to 5 am.
That’s the beauty of the dot com lifestyle.
Maybe your version would look totally different. What you do with your free time is up to you.
But regardless, I’m in your corner and I’ll do whatever I can to help you stack your chips like a total boss ;-)
See ya on the next page,