Welcome to the 10th episode of my (self-proclaimed) bad-ass Google Sniper 2.0 case study. If you’re just finding this, you’ll want to start from the top and view all previous episodes.
I’ll make this update really quick.
My Mobile Monopoly 2.0 review blog continues to make bank:
That’s a screenshot I took on Tuesday, which marks exactly 2-weeks that the Mobile Monopoly 2 cart has been open.
If you’re familiar at all with ClickBank, you’ll notice that screenshot is from the marketplace, while I was logged into my account.
This allows you to check out your individual stats for any product you’re promoting.
I’m earning an impressive $3.75 per hop – probably more, since many of those initial clicks were me testing out the affiliate links and also Cash Review readers who’re following along with this case study.
Next, you can see that the overall refund rate is surprisingly low.
Just another reminder of how important it is to promote high quality products and services from vendors with a solid reputation. Otherwise, you can really see a lot of those commissions fly right out the window if you decide to gamble on products that are ‘just okay’ – or worse yet, bad.
Now for the most important stat: SALES ;-)
In just 14-days I’ve made $1,000.73…
Even more impressive is the fact that no future rebills are included, and – like I whined about in Episode 09 – many of those initial sales only made me a puny $3.29 (ish) commission, thanks to Adam’s ridiculous $7 exit pop offer.
Nevertheless, it’s on pace to make me over $2,000 in the first month alone.
How can you not love you some affiliate marketing?
I’m showing you, live, just how possible it is to make a fantastic living from home with this stuff.
This is just one simple sniper site. Who’s to say I don’t have dozens of these floating around out there in cyberspace, making me commissions all day long?
(Hint: I do!)
They don’t all make this much and I never claimed it was push-button easy… but I’ve sure as hell shown you it’s doable.
Think about it.
In an ideal world, Mobile Monopoly 2 remains a bestseller and this case study site goes on to make me nearly $25,000 over the next 12-months.
But even if it doesn’t – even if it slowly falls off the map and only averages the humble $600 per month I originally set out to make with it when I started…
… that’s still $7,200 in almost pure profit from just a few hours of work.
From the looks of it, scenario #1 is more likely, but either way it’s all good in the hood.
Hope I’ve inspired you.
If you’d like to get my super affiliate coaching bonus, where I reveal more case studies and advanced sniping tactics…
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The leader in affiliate marketing reviews that DON’T suck,
- Brad Campbell