Risk Free Internet Marketing

This is part 2 of the Replacing Your Income Online series. It is called: Risk Free Internet Marketing. Alexi Neocleous interviews Sean Rasmussen in Sydney’s Darling Harbor.

I wasn’t going to publish this one until next week, however the excitement generated by part 1 made me realise that this is a video series that will help many people realise their potential – many more than I anticipated anyway.

Risk Free Internet Marketing – Part 2 of 7

Risk Free Internet Marketing is about removing your exposure, financially, to the marketplace. Make sure that you invest your time into the knowledge that will get you across the line to success.

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I hope you are enjoying this series with today’s episode: Risk Free Internet Marketing.

Sean Rasmussen
Success Communicator
Aussie Internet Marketer ยฉ 2004 โ€“ 2010

About Sean Rasmussen

Sean Rasmussen is a passionate blogger and has been a full time internet marketer since 2005. When he's not with his family, or dog Buddy, Sean is usually blogging or doing something related to the internet.


  1. Finding the right product must be the key when there are so many products out there. Looking forward to finding out how to do it.

  2. Looking forward to finding out how to set up websites cheaply. After paying for my first one with hard-earned $$’s (which was a lot more than I thought I should) and being a novice as well, this is exciting stuff!!

  3. geoff harnden says:

    Good follow on Sean with Part 2. You’re right about hosting and website expense. You can get both (if not for nothing.. pretty close to it) if you are prepared to look around. I learnt how to create a website pretty quickly via community education night classes we have here in NZ and was able to create my own website pretty quickly. Looking forward to the product part. GH

  4. As you have said, finding the right product is the key to success. Its very obvious when you think about it. You need to have something which other people want to buy. Thanks for making this clear Sean.
    .-= Jackie Stenhouse´s last blog ..Falling Pregnant =-.

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  6. Hi Sean,
    I love how you just smash all the roadblocks – and how you know that they are roadblocks because you encountered them yourself. I am inspired all over again! I’m sure there are many people who, when they see that there is a way, may too become inspired.
    .-= Jo Carey-Bradshaw´s last blog ..Empowering Mindset โ€“ Obstacles or Pffffffft =-.

  7. Great information Sean, thanks. Sometimes I think we forget how important it is to have the right product and also having faith and confidence in said product. It is much easier to market a product we believe in.
    .-= Cheryl Griffin´s last blog ..Generating a โ€˜moderateโ€™ monthly income from your stock portfolio =-.

  8. Affiliate marketing sounds fantastic, I’m really looking forward to learning how to do this properly. Can’t wait for the next video. Working towards passive income – bring it on.
    .-= Melanie Braggs´s last blog ..Building Chicken Coops =-.

  9. Hi Sean,
    Risk Free Internet Marketing, is for everyone and it is the even better when It is taught by someone who has already done it, Thank You for sharing your knowledge.
    .-= Rita pepper´s last blog ..Learn and Earn =-.

  10. Great video series Sean – I watched these before joining your forum over a year ago and they were the inspiration for me to take up Internet Marketing.

    Cheers ๐Ÿ™‚
    .-= Colin´s last blog ..Gratitude =-.

  11. Hi Sean,

    I love the concept of risk free internet marketing. The key is in choosing the right product and that’s one of the areas I’m having trouble with. So, I’m looking forward to getting some advice from you about this.

    I’m really enjoying this series. It is great to be able to start from the beginning and see how you put it all together.
    .-= Jazz Salinger´s last blog ..Learn and Earn Competition โ€“ This is It =-.

  12. Can’t wait to start ticking some boxes and clearing some road blocks! Risk free internet marketing has been an interest of mine for the last several months & over this time I have learnt that affiliate marketing can be a very good way to make money but there is also an art to selling products online. I think this going to be a great learning experience for me & I am looking forward seeing how Sean puts this all together. : )
    .-= jeremy´s last blog ..Play the Best RTS games online today! =-.

  13. Hi Sean,
    I believe that we all need that learning experience, it’s just part of any learning process.

    Looking forward to your step by step system! Sounds very interesting… I like the idea of having the website hosted for free!!!….

  14. Thanks for the video, Sean. After watching this series in 2009, I chose a few products from Clickbank but found it hard to write blogs. I’ll follow you over the next 7 weeks. Maybe it’s something that I’m just not getting….BTW, I’ve now got a Gravatar!

  15. Thanks Sean for also highlighting the importance of having a repeatable system to generate more online income. The possibilities are endless!!

  16. Alison Cox says:

    Well, you have my attention, Mr Rasmussen ๐Ÿ™‚
    Bring on the next video! This is fascinating stuff.

  17. Hi Sean. Thanks for another clear and easy to follow video. I know when I first heard about affiliate marketing, I thought great! I’ll choose a product I want to sell, everyone will buy through me, and I’ll make money……..didn’t take long to realise that there’s a little bit more to getting the equation right :)!

    Looking forward to the next installment.

  18. Sounds very exciting! But soooooooooo many things to learn and of course i want to know everything NOW!!! And with hardly any time!! Yes yes, this is another lesson of patience!!! Thanks for another inspiring video, i look forward to the learning!
    .-= Sue Brown´s last undefined ..Response cached until Thu 17 @ 12:42 GMT (Refreshes in 23.96 Hours) =-.

  19. It’s great to see you melt all the risk away, and make internet marketing an accessible option for those looking to capitalise on opportunities. It’s great to know that risk free internet marketing is possible – and I look forward to you revealing all in the next few episodes.
    .-= David Moloney´s last blog ..Creating a Website For Your Business =-.

  20. I have several websites I set up completely free of charge but am paying a lot for hosting to maintain the traffic and keep things secure. When I learn how to get this security for free I’ll have to convince my husband but we’ll start saving a bundle if I do.

    It blows my mind how many people pay so much for a website and it doesn’t look any “prettier” than a basic blogger site. Bells and whistles on a website often bounce me back to another.
    .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..The Magic of Believing Review =-.

  21. Having watched the first two videos back-to-back it was interesting to see how your enthusiasm increased in the second video as you started discussing your techniques. ๐Ÿ™‚

    I’m looking forward to seeing how you go about choosing suitable products to promote. This is an area where I’ve never been too successful.
    .-= Don White´s last blog ..The Hands of the Quilter Stilled =-.

  22. Hi Sean,
    Being in a third world country, I’m thinking ‘How the hell Am I gonna find the right product?’.But don’t take me wrong. I haven’t given up yet and not going to. The possibilites seem forever flowing. I’m definitely with you for the next 7 weeks.
    .-= Rose Kawe´s last blog ..Risk Free Internet Marketing =-.

    • You can always find opportunities beyond your countries borders so keep looking and if you need help feel free to ask.

      Possibilities are endless and risk free internet marketing can be for everyone, no matter the location.
      .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..A House of Straw =-.

  23. Am still waiting for more specific information. Looks like I’ll have to wait until the next video. Am particularly interested in free webhosting.
    .-= Lincoln´s last blog ..Olympic Park =-.

  24. Expense can be a big worry.
    Risk can be an even bigger worry.
    Building a site (or sites) can be very simple, easy and free. Lots of places offer free hosting, supported by advertising with templates and tools to build and make your site really interesting… It just depends on what you put in it, depends on what it will give back! Having a trusted place for your site is important.
    I actually pay for hosting and a domain name (URL) as I’m a programmer and want/need to learn about PHP and other webby type things for customers and myself.
    I’ve found that by having lots of different stuff (or sites) I get all sorts of people visiting the various places.
    I haven’t actually put anything up for people to buy direct from my site yet! So it hasn’t paid for itself. YET!
    After 7 weeks, I know I will have something! And other things too no doubt!
    Then it should help pay for itself.

    • I don’t think the concern here is having a product to sell as through your sites you’re selling you. Of course, if you want to make it long term you will need something that can be replenished to offer but that’ll come. If you have loyal followers and build a list you’ll be able to sell them something pertaining to what you do in no time.
      .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..The Magic of Believing Review =-.

  25. Hi Sean, loved the videos. As usual, I made heaps of notes. I get heaps of emails from other Internet Marketers yet I still make time during my busy life schedule to read yours. Ever since we first met in personally in early May 2009, I take time out of my day to keep tabs with what’s happening in your day. I guess I just respect you too much, Sean, that’s all. I look forward to meeting you again next time you’re over here in Brisbane. All the very best – Ian Ballantine.

  26. G’day Sean,
    I really love this series where Alexi asks you excellent questions and lets you answer in your usual very passionate but relaxed way. He’s a great interviewer.

    To have the Risk Free factor in Internet Marketing is what has always appealed to me about the systems you teach, and when you boil it down to the nitty gritty, all you have to do is locate the customer, sell the product and get a commission. 3 simple steps.

    You don’t need money, product or a website. Mate, if that’s not risk free I give up ! It’s beautiful ! To repeat, 3 un-needed items, so the risk has gone ! Yippee !

    Like Jazz, above, I have trouble deciding about products and have gone through CB trying for products related to my passions of jazz piano and seaplanes, but most of them don’t grab me as yet. Could be time for a greener re-think.

    .-= Harry Lynn´s last blog ..SEAN RASMUSSENโ€™S โ€ LEARN AND EARN โ€ COMPETITION. =-.

    • I love your determination to look for things that interest you most and support that 100% I just wonder if you need to look for something more general to start with. As in, piano versus jazz piano and/or planes instead of seaplanes.

      I’m not sure what Sean’s opinion will be on this but I think the more specific you are the more customers you’re already turning away and yet if you stay in that field you’ll be able to fine tune your personality in it down the road.

      Just my thoughts. Best of luck!
      .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..The Magic of Believing Review =-.

      • Hi Sarah
        I have been reading your comments here and I like the way you trust in the fullness of time, that there is no hurry. I would assume you are a methodical person?
        I will read your review while I am here.
        Kind regards
        .-= Elly´s last blog .. =-.

        • I appreciate your kindness, Elly. I like to think I try to be methodical but then it seems things often spin another way. I used to be so impatient and get so frustrated about events not occurring when and how I wanted them to. Now I’m realizing the universe has a reason for making me wait and for spinning like it does. You can only be as persistent as you feel necessary to be when it comes to doing what you love and expect things will happen for the best.
          .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..The Magic of Believing Review =-.

          • Hey Sarah, I just love the philosophy you give here. Most of the time I agree with it but at times it’s difficult to be patient – but then maybe that’s because at times it hits me that really life is very short and I’ve lots still that I want to achieve.

          • Thanks Wendy. I feel the same way. We’re told to never put something off until tomorrow and yet it gets overwhelming when you want to conquer the world to think you only have today to do it.

            Although I think and write a lot of compelling wisdom it’s challenging for me to continue living that way when I have so many negative thinkers around me.

            That’s why I love Sean and his Risk Free Internet Marketing and Learn and Earn Competitions. Everyone here is focused, driven, positive and supportive so I come back as often as I can.
            .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..Kelly Moran Took Me On Summerโ€™s Road =-.

  27. Hey Sean,

    Like most people here, I would love to replace my income. That’s my long term goal. My short term goal is to aim for an extra $500 or so a month to assist me in paying off credit cards I’ve had for way too long which have been one of the anchors holding me back from getting out and enjoying my life.

    Being able to set all this up with minimal cost (you still need to pay for your internet access, be it at home or at an internet cafe, unless you can get it for free at a community centre, library, etc.) will be a big bonus.

    I’ve bought a few other products off some of the American gurus, but even their ‘beginner’s assistance’ sounds like it’s for someone that’s had a good couple of years experience. Your presentation is sounding very clear and concise, and in layman’s language. Looking forward to more of the same!



  28. Christian K. says:

    Looking forward to more information on your checklist for the right products… I want to have my own business started in the next 7 weeks… I’m looking into lots of things at the moment in theory and I’m learning a lot. Time to get from theory into practice… Can’t wait, but I’ll take my time to do it properly…

    All the best,

    Christian Konnes

  29. I know I need to watch this vid, so this is a qualified comment. Good website hosting usually does cost, but the thing is that it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. I don’t think there is anything like a free lunch and that applies to websites.

    I agree with the comment above that you don’t need loads of bells and whistles – Google loves websites that have great content – that is informative, original and useful – part of that is clear and easy navigation around a site – and lots of fluff and fancy stuff simply distracts from that.

  30. Thanks Sean for the info.

    I know there are free websites. The trick is finding one’s that don’t come with all the advertising as well. They are there just need the guidance to find them.

    Of course there will be limitations compared to a self hosted site, but they are great to get started and learn the ropes.
    .-= Gee Hollings´s last blog ..Jessica Watson โ€“ Truly An Inspiration =-.

  31. Trish Rock says:

    Thanks Sean!
    I would have liked to have had encountered you some 7 or 8 months ago as I would have saved myself a lot of money and time on learning about affiliate marketing! Ah, but then, I would not have had the exhilaration of knowing that all of my failures have made me a stronger,wiser and more patient person! The Internet Business is all about perseverance and never giving up ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Jayne Pleysier says:

      I completely agree with you Trish – I joined a program last year which I have not been happy with, but I have made some great connections and I think I am more open to learning what Sean has to teach also having failures and I am in a place now where I can listen and learn more effectively.

  32. Regarding paid vs free websites. There are some that don’t cost a huge amount. It depends whether you are a non-techie like me and need something that incorporates a cut & paste option – saving on knowledge of html and FTP etc.
    I will be glad to help anyone look at some options.
    I have built my sites with one and, almost accidentally, learned basic html so now I can use dreamweaver as well – which just gives me more options.

    • Many people have fear of the unknown. But how can you fear that you will fail at something before giving it a go right?

      There was a time where I had no idea what WordPress was. But just like you Peter, I keep learning and now have grown my skill base immensely.
      .-= Cemil´s last blog ..Scribe SEO Plugin โ€“ Making SEO Easy =-.

      • Jayne Pleysier says:

        The great thing about WordPress is that you can practice it for free and also Sean’s UWC bloghosting gives us a practice platform for WordPress as well. When you are ready to go out on your own, the practice will definitely pay off.

  33. Elizabeth says:

    I have a free website that my husband is working on developing for me. I believe it’s also hosted for free. I need to find a product that will sell really well. As much as I love making my jewelry, it isn’t a power seller. I’d really like it to be, and some day it could be, but I need something that will sell well now. Waiting eagerly for the next installment of your videos.

  34. Just finished re-watching the Vid #2 – good and clear and short and sweet!
    Free products and free websites – OK – but how do we get the traffic (and a list?) to go and see and not be PPC – or am I anticipating a video to come?

  35. Great video Sean (also a great location).

    This is a great series of video’s which will undoubtedly help everyone who takes the time to watch them.
    .-= Cemil´s last blog ..Scribe SEO Plugin โ€“ Making SEO Easy =-.

  36. Hi Sean;
    I found your videos probably a few days ago, and found them very informative. You are very knowledgeable in the field of marketing and I think you make a great teacher. I have a question, How can you use blogs as a way of advertising your products? You talked about wordpress, blogger, all those ban any kind of advertising. I know cause I tried to do it and they banned my blog. I don’t see any way around it. Can you suggest a good place for building a website? I’m sorry If I come across as dumb as I have no prior experience in marketing. Anyways, hopefuly I’ll hear from you soon ๐Ÿ™‚ Take Care

    • Hi Stacy.
      I solved that problem for my friends (blog readers) by branding my own blog platform: UWCBlog. It will be made available to you over the next few weeks so you can advertise your products (or other’s products).

      • How cool is that!
        I just had a look at http://uwcblog.com/ and it looks quite snazzy!
        Looking forward to the up coming weeks.
        You’ve actually made Monday something I’m looking forward to now!

  37. Risk free has a great ring to it. Often we forge ahead and find the roadblocks prevent us progressing as we havent done the research side well enough. Patience perserverance and planning

  38. As usual Sean, another fantastic video with great information.

    Knowing the right product to sell is important and also keyword research on a domain name is equally important.

    I also know that you will be teaching us how to do all these things.
    You are amazingly generous Sean. Thankyou so much.

    Many blessings

  39. Tara McGhee says:

    Your videos are really well designed and executed. The interview is nice and relaxed, yet informative, and its beautiful to see you open up when you get passionate.

    You give us enough to get excited yet leave us wanting more and ensuring we will come back for the next installment. have just given us all 3 reasons to come back and they shake me to my toes. Make money – yes thats why we’re here – but no website, money or product, we are hooked.

    Love what you say about GET RID OF YOUR SELF LIMITING BELIEFS.

    Sean thank you for reminding us of this simple yet crucial piece of advice. Looking forward to the next chapter!

  40. Hi Sean,
    This is great stuff free website and affiliate products, now we need customers/traffic to our site. This to me is the biggest roadblock, but I’m sure Sean has the answer just have to wait I suppose.

  41. How good is that! With very little investment and a prospect of big money making potential, let’s take advantage of free blogs, social media sites, Web 2.0 platforms to obtain knowledge and wealth everybody needs.

  42. Social media is free but a very powerful tool to advertise your business…don’t know what happened to my last comment so have to make another one.

    • Jayne Pleysier says:

      I have been sitting on the outer edge of social media. I have several twitter accounts and have signed up to the main sites, but scared of being spammy and starting out wrong. I know you learn through participating…so want the courage to take the plunge!

      • My rule of thumb is that if I don’t remember the last time I sent an informative (meaningful, not selling something) post then sending another one selling something is too much. I good way I have found of doing this (thanks to the Learn and Earn competition) is SocialOomph for Twitter. It lets you set up future updates so you know what’s being sent out.

        If it’s too annoying to think of a different way to write a 140 character post selling something then it’s too annoying for your followers to continue reading them.
        .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..A House of Straw =-.

  43. Social media, free blogs and websites are free but they are very powerful to spread the word for your business or your message. Sure, it is risk free!
    .-= Tess QIU´s last blog ..Impossible challenges =-.

  44. Risk free marketing sounds too good to be true! I know that ‘if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is”, however Sean Rasmussen is Mr Squeeky clean, so I have confidence that this is one of those rare exceptions!

    Really enjoying the video series Sean. Looking forward to the next one.
    .-= David Pearse´s last blog ..Learn Internet Marketing For Free!!! =-.

    • There are so many good things in this world that our own skepticism makes bad. Trust that by spending no money, doing what you love and putting forth you’ll get to where you need to be.
      .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..The Magic of Believing Review =-.

    • Jayne Pleysier says:

      One thing which I have discovered about Sean over the past 12 months is that he takes the word integrity at dictionary definition and for a program that he is running on his namesake website he has his reputation and integrtiy on the line so will do all that he can to maintain his reputation and program. I resecpt and value that !

  45. Great lead up to your seven week course Sean. Looking forward to all the information you are talking about on the video.

  46. Thanks again Sean. Looking forward to #3

    Doctor Bill
    .-= William Warr´s last blog ..Pentecost Sunday-The Coming of The Holy Spirit =-.

  47. Having seen this video before it was great to watch it again. I agree that people can start this process for no or very little outlay.

    The question is if people dont know this process, how can they do it… Well thanks to Sean they can.
    .-= Darren´s last blog ..Pool Photographer | Night Shots | Perth Photographer =-.

  48. Risk Free Internet Marketing it is a very catchy phrase. I just love this series. But I found this little comment hiding in the post and thought it was too wise to go past. If I may quote
    “Make sure that you invest your time into the knowledge that will get you across the line to success.”
    .-= Helen´s last blog ..Learn and Earn with Sean Rasmussen =-.

  49. Risk Free Internet Marketing is an absolute great way to start and succeed in Internet Marketing. And you have demonstrated that it is possible to “remove your exposure, financially, to the marketplace.”

    You don’t need a lot of finance, but some time to gain the knowledge that you need to be really successful. And with the help from successful people like yourself that is possible in a relatively short time.
    .-= Renee´s last blog ..Self Improvement Books โ€“ What Are Your Favourites =-.

  50. Only found out about this today 19/06/10 I’am impressed and wait eagerly to learn more.

  51. Hi Sean,

    Before seeing this video I didn’t think it was possible to earn an income from internet marketing without spending any or just a little money. Now my skepticism has been lifted knowing that internet marketing can be conducted in an ethical way while sharing with the world what you are passionate about and even making a difference. I’m looking forward to finding out the details over the coming weeks. Thank you.

  52. To quote Harry (above): “You donโ€™t need money, product or a website. Mate, if thatโ€™s not risk free I give up !”. I definitely agree with Harry. So many wealth creation products on the market claim that their systems take away the risk and worry – but this is rarely true, and that’s usually after outlaying thousands of dollars!

    What I love about your approach Sean is that you keep everything so simple, even down to showing us how affiliate marketing can be done with NO financial outlay. This means that absolutely anyone can succeed at this which is super exciting!

  53. Risk Free Internet Marketing, aka: Affiliate Marketing, is definitely THE way to go for reducing financial exposure when starting out online!! And I’m glad you mentioned in the video & your post Sean, about ‘investing your time’. While we may consider our ‘time’ is not costing us anything, all of our time is still precious, especially if we are away from the ones we love, either working (trading our hours for dollars at a J.O.B.) or sitting at the computer for hours, learning something new to replace the JOB income!

    While I feel I’ve invested my time wisely in some ways & sold just a few items in the last six months by AM, it has been ‘more good luck than good management’, as I also have trouble finding the right products.. I certainly don’t want to promote scammy crap & I’d rather promote programs or items that I have a passion for – but in the end, the customers are the ones dictating what they wish to BUY, not buying what I wish to SELL. That often leads to some pretty average/dodgy items making huge sales through Clickbank & others… So I am really keen to know your criteria checklist for selecting promotional items Sean, looking forward to the future videos, much appreciated! ๐Ÿ˜‰
    .-= Mel Smith´s last blog ..Latest Mobile Phone Technology =-.

    • It doesn’t take much time to find a good product to support and have support you. Although it does take some time to set everything up it can be fun and will definitely be worth it when you start selling it.

      There’s not many people who know they’ve invested their time wisely and it sounds to me like you’re already on your way to great success.
      .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..The Magic of Believing Review =-.

  54. I like the concept of Clickbank where there’s something for everyone. Most products don’t cost the customers a lot, but with a good product at a reasonable price, everyone comes away happy – marketer, customer and product developer. I think that’s called win, win, win.

  55. Beats forking out hundreds of thousands of dollars to invest in real estate and shares!
    .-= Anthony The Travel Tart´s last blog ..Become Vampire โ€“ Or At Least Kill One Yourself With A True Blood Stake in New Zealand =-.

  56. Very interesting info can’t wait to hear more love your work.

  57. I agree re Clickbank – I don’t find CJ as good – but that may be just me. I will check out pepperjam and see how that looks – certainly using these places reduces costs and is risk free!

  58. Great food for thought and for challenging some accepted beliefs about internet marketing, how to make money… and how to make your dreams come true :).
    .-= Lina Nguyen´s last blog ..Itโ€™s all worth it for the personal breakthrough =-.

  59. Jayne Pleysier says:

    You make this seem so easy and I can’t wait to get to the next step/blog/video – just making sure Im doing things in order and not jumping around trying everything and not mastering anything!

    • Good to hear Jayne, taking steps in the correct order and paying attention to detail is important ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Jayne Pleysier says:

      Have really appreciated that these are recorded so I can go back and revise the material – amazing how I always pick up something new ! I am a very methodical learner and as a teacher really see the value of practical learning.

      Great to read everyone’s comments as well and the value they add to the discussion.

  60. Ailsa Smith says:

    Sounds like a good place to start. Risk free is excactly that, Risk free. We can’t all afford to spend hundreds of dollars to get started. Look forward to learning more.

  61. I love the idea of clickbank. The only problem im finding is that there are so many things on there! Just in my area of interest there are pages and pages of products to affiliate for. What a wonderful problem to have though, deciding what products of so many are suited to you!

    • Jayne Pleysier says:

      There are many great items available (and also a few that aren’t). Keep in mind the commission, ongoing commission and the gravity which will help you narrow your choices down significantly (also the % refunded)

  62. Hi Sean,
    Great info. I really want to get into affiliate marketing, so these video’s are helping me a lot.
    And you make it sound so easy? I need to work out a system. Lookin’ forward to the next video.
    .-= Nicole Stacewicz´s last blog ..Whatโ€™s your Measure to Success? =-.

    • Sean is very articulate and well spoken and excellent with the written word but this is something that’s already easy – as long as we have the time and dedication to spend on it. And how much time does it take to sign up, blog and wait?
      .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..The Magic of Believing Review =-.

  63. Sean McLaughlin says:

    I think I can speak on behalf of everyone who has commented on this video that we feel extremely fortunate that you would be willing to pass on the information to us in order to avoid the costly mistakes you have made, AND we don’t have to reinvent the wheel!!

  64. Mary Halacas says:

    Hi Sean, I agree that Affiliate Marketing is the way to go as it is risk free. A lot of internet marketing programs always seem to miss one key ingredient i.e. how to successfully acquire targeted traffic. I look forward to learning how to find non scammy quality products to sell in your next video series. Cheers, mate.

  65. Isn’t it amazing – Sean, you make it sound so easy and simple, and of course it can be, why do we overcomplicate things. Find a strategy that works or a product that works, and persist with it. Focus.
    .-= Nateele´s last blog ..Hello world! =-.

  66. Thanks Sean! It seems affiliate marketing is the future! Onwards we march towards promoting products that create a better world not only for us in the western world but for those in third world countries as well! Wellness and Health are the future blog areas for our children and their children to follow! What world do we want in 2020? Right now we decide! Our thoughts create our reality now and in the future!

    • Thank you for saying and believing that the wellness and health are the main areas for our children. If we can pass on the love of literacy to two people each we’ll capture the world with our words.

      I’m a huge believer in children’s literacy and know it’s a vital part of their health which is why I started the children’s book series I did. I’m using Sean’s Learn and Earn competition to spread the word, support my cause and learn how to work from home so I have more time to spend with my child and publish books to help yours.

      I want a world filled with love, health and good books now, in 2020 and beyond. If affiliate marketing, digital books and blogging is the way then let’s keep the momentum going!!
      .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..Asking the Universe =-.

    • Jayne Pleysier says:

      My son (10) mentioned the other day that he couldn’t decide whether he wanted to be a Climate Change Scientist or Prime Minister of Australia so he can tell the scientists and people what to do to stop destroying the earth. I realised the impact of comments I make to my children like “Quick shower so you have water when you grow up”, “Turn the light off the atmosphere”.

      Literacy (and numeracy) is so important for our children and we as adults are educating our those whoa re going to make decisions for our future and their own.

      I believe we have a responsibility in what we publish to enrich our world as we look to 2020 and beyond. What is the internet going to look like then?

      • Encourage your son to be an inventor to solve these issues. Instead of telling him to have a quick shower to preserve water suggest he’s fast so he can read more of his book or play with you longer.

        Focusing on the problem only creates a bigger problem. If we are creative with the solution or the possibilities of such we’ll be in a much healthier environment.
        .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..A House of Straw =-.

        • That’s a really good comment Sarah in your 2nd paragraph. Solution focus is the way to go – not problem focus. It’s like thinking outside the box!

          I wish our schools did more to help young minds think laterally, rather than literally. Though I did read something yesterday about ‘myelin’. It is apparently a substance that that coats the nerve cells and plays a part in logocal thinking. Teens don’t have as much as adults, though the age which it turns to normal differs for each individual – sometimes not to middle age!

          Don’t know how accurate this is – but it goes a long way to explaining miscommunication etc between kids and parents – among many other things LOL

          • It always aggravates me, now that I know the power of the law of attracting, the concept of the secret and the magic of believing that organizations still concentrate on the problem. Breast cancer fundraisers, childhood obesity charities, war protests, etc. Each would gain so much by instead changing to breast health, child health and peace campaigns.

            Even “Risk Free Internet Marketing” mentions Risk first and could result in a higher value if changed to “Smart Internet Marketing” or “Wise Repaying Internet Marketing”. Something that makes us realize there’s no “risk” but gets us in a better mood from the onset.
            .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..A House of Straw =-.

  67. Leigh Aubrey says:

    I have to have my risk reduced as I dont have the financial backing to buy a business that is established. Once I have reviewed all the articles I have missed and tried to catch up I can work on my blogsite again – hopefully it will all stay in my head. Choosing the right site is hard for most people. For me I am passionate about all things Natural. Healthy eating and Healing of the mind body and soul. Thanks for the wonderful articles Sean.

    • I think we are all grateful for the risk free concept as with full time jobs the financial risk seems farv greater than it is. We all get comfortable with paying our bills and living the life we have settled into but internet marketing can bring us a whole new level of comfort.

      Children’s health is a passion of mine as well so I look forward to learning and earning with you.

  68. Another great video thanks Sean and I can’t wait to view the rest of the Affiliate Marketing videos.
    I know I have many mental roadblocks to clear but I’m determine that I’ll get there yet!

  69. Hi Sean,
    I’ll be happy when I find the right product. I suppose it’s trial and error like you say. It’s risk free after all.

    Enjoyed the video and I am looking forward to seeing No. 3 in the series.
    .-= Jill Brown´s last blog ..Lifestyle with Sean Rasmussen =-.

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