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The Secret to Making 6 Figures a Year

You probably have a 9 to 5 job that sucks and doesn’t pay well. There is nothing wrong with doing what you love, but if you are trying to make money I recommend doing affiliate marketing through [Azoogle](http://www.azoogle.com). In the past I [posted](http://www.pronetadvertising.com/articles/what-i-learned-at-shoemoney-university.html) about making thousands of dollars from affiliate marketing and it seemed that many of you wanted to know the secret… so here it is
AZOOGLE’S [CHANTELLE WHITE](mailto:chantelle@azoogleads-corp.com) TELLS ME WHAT TO DO!
The reason I do well is because Chantelle White (my Azoogle representative) tells me what affiliate programs work well and how to drive traffic to those campaigns so that I can make 6 figures a year. Chantelle is the same representative that [Shoemoney](http://www.shoemoney.com/gallery/v/misc/AzoogleAds_Check.html) uses and she is the best because she helps people make in excess of $100,000 a year.
So if you want to make money through affiliate marketing stop contacting me and start contacting Chantelle. I am not going to give out her number but if you want her help you can email her at [chantelle@azoogleads-corp.com](mailto:chantelle@azoogleads-corp.com). If you are nice to her maybe she will help you make hundreds and thousands of dollars.

 The Secret to Making 6 Figures a Year
Neil Patel is the co-founder of KISSmetrics, an analytics provider that helps companies make better business decisions. Neil also blogs about marketing and entrepreneurship at Quick Sprout.

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7 thoughts on “The Secret to Making 6 Figures a Year

  1. Awesome, you just blasted my path to success. I can definitely drop out of college now — no second thoughts.
    I hope Chantelle is ready for an overloaded inbox today. Thanks for sharing this info.

  2. Wow – someone just got a kickback :p
    On a serious note, having the right affiliate manager can do wonders for your performance. They know their programs and what converts on what type of sites better than you do – after all, they manage many people, and can gather a lot of ‘field data’.
    On the other hand, trusting an affiliate manager and finding out that they are not good at their job can cost you a lot of money. Luckily, I’ve only had one like this.

  3. Neil,
    There’s something I’m trying to figure out and hope you can help. I own some domains that get good amount of type-in traffic. Now, I could park them with companies like Sedo and make pennies per click.
    I’d like to try affiliate programs. Do you recommend any that offer turnkey solutions? Meaning, prebuilt affiliatesites that I can just slap on the domains?
    Thanks.

  4. Neil I’ve heard lots of good things about Chantelle. The people I’ve talked to at Azoogle Ads have always been helpful. I appreciate their honestly and passions.
    Although I can’t let you talk about Azoogle Ads without mentioned my own representative Moufid. The guy has helped me understand CPA marketing and tweaking the smallest things to get more return out of what I’m doing. Hats off to the whole company. Helping me to help others and make Mo money!

  5. Neil,
    I’ve tried several opportunities with Azoogle, but found most of them to be somewhat spammy or deceitful, at least compared with the traditional sales approach of affiliate sites like CJ. Are there still ways to make affiliate revenue with Azoogle aside from promoting so many of the fake “free” items with hidden memberships and subscriptions in tiny fine print (like ringtones, ipods, etc)? I had pretty much given up hope with Azoogle after trying several of them, and even running across one for a software app loaded with spyware…