Titan G27 Review

Titan G27 Review – Scam or Legit? [my results]

There have been a lot of people asking about Blue Edge Financial's Titan G27 trading bot so I finally decided to put together a review on it.

I'll be going over what exactly this trading bot is, how it works, its track-record and my results using it, pros v cons, and how to set it up in case you want to get started.

Spoiler Alert: It's definitely not a scam and I highly recommend it. You'll see why.

What Is Titan G27?

Titan G27 is an A.I. powered Forex trading software by Blue Edge Financial, which is a Forex education & software company run by a small group of guys that just started out in 2019. In a nutshell, this G27 software is something that you turn on and let run for you, hands-free. The only thing you'll have to do is fund a brokerage account of course, but we'll get to this later.

I actually joined Blue Edge Financial before the Titan G27 was released. This was when there was just the Titan G7 version, which I still use, but the Titan G27 has been performing better and this is now their main trading bot. I also believe it's the only one new members can get access to.

How It Works

Titan G27, as mentioned, is a software that you simply set up and let run. Once you set it up you really don't have to do anything besides occassionally update it, which the Blue Edge Financial team will alert you to.

Once you have it set up it will look something like this, not that you need to know what any of this means right now...

The bot runs on the MT4 (MetaTrader 4) trading platform, which is basically a popular Forex trading platform that people can program their own bots to run on... that's a simple explanation of it.

Risk Management

One of the most attractive features of the G27 is the way it manages risk. The last thing you want to happen is to wake up one morning and find that your trading bot blew your entire account.

Luckily this will not happen, although it could if you wanted it to. What I mean by this is that you have control over how much risk you want the G27 bot to trade with. There are some settings that you can manually adjust, and one of them is how much of your account you want the bot to use per trade. This can be a fixed number or a percentage.

Additionally, and this is very important to take note of, the Titan G27 bot trades all 27 pairs, including gold (XAUUSD). This really diversifies things. Even if one trading pair is doing absolutely horrible, you still have 26 others to help balance things out.

*This is why it's called Titan G27.

Following The "Smart Money"

This bot was actually developed by a professional Forex trader for a private hedge fund client, someone who has managed billions of dollars and knows what they are doing. The team at Blue Edge Financial got in contact with this person and were able to get access to the software. Additionally, this anonymous Forex trader also wrote a detailed ebook called "The Unspoken Laws Of A Forex Bank Trader" that is available for free and that you'll find out about if you join.

But anyways, retail traders lose money the majority of the time. Following what is usually done is called following the herd, and this is exactly what G27 does NOT do.

There really isn't much information about what all types of indicators the G27 bot uses, but what I do know is that it utilizes a handful of indicators and has a bunch of strategies at its disposal to use depending on the current market movements. This is how the AI software works... it analyses what's going on and decides what strategy would be most profitable at the moment.

Tracking the "smart money", which is the money moving around from big institutions, is one of the main focuses here, and there is also a focus on trading based on the market sentiment, which is something you don't see many trading softwares taking into account.

Track-Record & My Results

And now for the results, which I'm sure you've been waiting for.


First let's go over the backtesting results. This software has been backtested all the way back to 2008 and has been extremely profitable every year.

The average monthly gain over this entire 10+ year period has been 29.06%... pretty crazy.

However, backtesting is the past. We want to see how this software actually performs for real... right?

Well, here are my results using it...

My Results

  • Month 1: So when I started out the next several days were in the negatives. My account was down to around -10% pretty quickly, but luckily it made a quick recovery and is now sitting just above break-even. So far nothing amazing but nothing bad either.
  • Month 2: I'll keep this updated as time goes on.

Cost & Refunds

In order to use Titan G27 you have to buy a membership to Blue Edge Financial. The way it works is that you buy a membership and then you have access to the G27 trading software and everything else that they offer, which includes an extensive Trading Academy if you are interested in learning manual trading, indicators they have developed and more.

It's well worth the $147/mo price tag. In fact, I think for most people the Titan G27 alone is going to be well worth the price, and then you have everything else on top of that.

30-Day Money-Back Guarantee

If for any reason you want your money back within 30 days of purchasing, you can get a full refund. Of course this is just for the membership fee though, and if you lose any money trading then you can't get that back.

This money-back guarantee makes the whole system risk-free in a way. Because you can actually start the Titan G27 out trading with a demo account, which means you can set everything up to make real trades, but don't actually risk real money.

Pros v Cons


  • Fully automated (hands-free)
  • Easy to set up (I'll go over this next)
  • Extensively back-tested with great results
  • Great risk-managment & the user can control this to some extent
  • Developed by a professional Forex trader
  • Not too expensive (considering what you're getting access to)


  • Risk involved (of course you are not guaranteed to make you money)
  • Will probably need to fund your trading account with at least $1,000 for it to be worth paying the $147/mo price
  • Little information on what indicators the software uses and who the Forex trader that developed it is (seems to want to keep their name anonymous)

Conclusion - Worth Using?

By the tone of this article you can tell that I'm very bullish on the future using Titan G27. Personally I do recommend it, but of course the decision ultimately comes down to you.

G27 is unique in so many ways compared to other trading softwares, and the way it manages risk ensures you'll never just all-of-a-sudden blow an account.

But most importantly, the G27 software has an outstanding track-record. Its backtesting + forward testing results are what it's all about, and in this regard things have been very profitable.

So if you're on the fence about joining, I'd say to go for it. As mentioned, you can start out risk-free with a demo trading account and Blue Edge Financial offers a 30-day money-back guarantee.

Getting Started

The first step of course is to join Blue Edge Financial. Once you join they actually have a nice step-by-step tutorial for getting everything set up, but I'll go over the basics just so you know what to expect.

Step 1: Join Blue Edge Financial

You can click here to join.

Step 2: Open a Brokerage Account

You can use whatever Forex broker you want to. They provide suggestions because it's ideal to use a broker that has low spreads, but you are free to do as you please.

*I'd recommend just going with their suggestion if you are unsure. And I'm using LQDFX by the way.

Step 3: Connect Your Broker ID to Your Blue Edge Financial Account

This is as simple as entering a number that you'll be provided.

Step 4: Connect to a VPS

This is something I haven't mentioned yet, but it's very important. You'll need to pay for a VPS service as well, but don't worry this is cheap. The one I'm using is only around $8/mo and there are cheaper options available.

A VPS (virtual private server) is a computer that runs in the cloud. So you just pay for the service and then have access to this cloud computer. This is where you install Titan G27 so that it can run smoothly 24/7.

They recommend some good VPS services that are cheap. If you use their recommendations then your VPS will already have MT4 with Titan G27 pre-installed. If you use a different service then you'll have to install it yourself.

*I'm using MyForexVPS and I'd recommend it. It's one of the ones Blue Edge recommends as well.

Step 5: Connect MT4 Account to Broker

 Next you'll have to connect your MT4 account to your broker. For this step you'll just need your broker trading account number and password - very simple.

Start out with a demo account first!

It's recommended that you start out with a demo account first. This is something covered in the setup tutorial at Blue Edge Financial as well. You can start with a live trading account and real money right away if you want to, but I'd recommend starting with the demo.

Any questions? Just ask them below!

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How Often Should You Post a New Blog? – The Winning Method

So you have a blog and you want to know the optimum publishing schedule is?

How often should you post a new blog?

Every week?

Twice a week?

Three times a week?

Every day? Twice a day? Three times a day? Every hour?

Seriously... how often should you be doing this?

You want as many readers as possible, whether you are looking to make money or not with your blog. ​

The answer: It's complicated

There is no one answer I can give you because the best publishing frequency can depend on a lot of different variables, such as your niche, where you are getting your traffic and more.

But don't worry... I'll explain and help you decide what's best for your blog.

Quality vs Quantity

One thing that is for sure no matter what your blog situation is that quality is always more important than quantity.

Quality always wins.

If you pump out the content but it lacks good structure, lacks readability, lacks clear messages, lacks correct spelling, and lacks overall, people are not going to want to read as much.

You need to provide value to your readers in one way or another. Now what value consists of is  largely an opinion and depends on who your audience is.

Maybe you have a blog where you share funny memes, which some people may find absolutely no value in, yet your audience loves what you blog about. It all depends.

Find a happy medium…

That said, it isn't all about quality.

Yes, if you had to choose quality versus quantity, you should probably go with quality. It is better to put out one good quality post a week than scrap together two shoddy posts. However you want to find a happy medium.

Of course you don't want to spend days on end trying to perfect every bit and piece of a blog post.

How "good" your blog post should be is judgment call that comes from a bit of experience. If you are new to the world of blogging it may be tempting to re-read your blog post over and over again trying to make it the masterpiece you dreamed of. Oh, well maybe this paragraph should be moved here and this sentence would be more perfect if it was there, and so on. Don't spend a ridiculous amount of time on things like this.

It Depends Where Your Traffic Is Coming From

Something else that is going to make a big difference on how frequent you should be publishing is where exactly your traffic is coming from.

Is your blog mostly focused on SEO and getting traffic from search engines like Google?

Is your Instagram account driving traffic to your blog?

Do you have a massive Facebook following that is visiting your blog?

The source is important

If your blog is getting most of his traffic from search engines than there isn't really any specific frequency that you should be pumping blog posts out at. The reason being because people are coming to your blog after searching for keywords in the search engines… They aren't actually following your site and waiting for new blog posts to come out.

As I will go over in a bit, the search engines don't give a crap how often you publish.

HOWEVER, if you're driving traffic to your blog from social media then it is much more important. This is because you have a "following" that is waiting on your every move. They are following you for a reason. They like specifically what YOU have to say and you don't want to leave them hanging, waiting in pain and agony for your next blog post.

If you have a following then it would be best to publish on a regular schedule so that people know when they can expect new posts from you.

The same type of thing goes with email marketing. While it is different from social media, you still have a "following" so to speak. Your following is your list of subscribers that has consented to stay up-to-date with emails coming from you, which might be emails telling them about new posts on your blog, depending on how you go about it. 

But how often exactly should you be blogging if your traffic is coming from social media? Well… There are still more variables at play. Your niche also matters.

Why Your Niche Matters

Your niche is your particular subset of the market in which your blog is focused. It is your target audience that is, or at least should be, a group of people in a particular market.

The reason I say it "should be" is because it is advisable to choose a somewhat narrow niche, rather than having your blog be about every and anything. You want your blog to have a particular focus… Not just be some random blog that you talk about whatever comes to your mind. While that may work for people who are famous celebrities, most people don't want to hear a bunch of random ideas coming from some person who they don't even really know.

Do you talk mostly about cats and cat toys on your blog?

  • Then your niche would be cat owners. But not just any cat owner, specifically owners that care enough about their pet to try to make he/she as happy as possible by supplying them with toys.

Do you blog about Little League baseball?

  • Then your niche is probably going to be dads who have young sons that play baseball. Because let's be honest, the kids that are playing that young probably don't care much.

Do you have a blog about new women's fashion?

  • Then your niche is going to be women that like to stay up-to-date on the hottest new fashion trends.

Do you blog about diabetes and weight loss?

  • Then your niche is most likely people who have diabetes, are worried about the negative health effects that will come from this disease, and are wanting to make a change.

These are obviously just some very general and broad ideas, but I think you get the point.

How does this effect the optimal publishing frequency?

It can make a big difference. Some niche markets are going to be hungry for frequent content while others it won't matter so much.

For example: If your blog is about weight loss and you are trying to take your followers on a journey with you, providing them with tips and advice over the coming 6 months or so, then you're probably going to have to publish some pretty frequent content. But there are a lot of other niches out there that wouldn't require so much.

This is something you kind of just have to guess on. There is no right or wrong answer. Just think about your audience, as if you were someone following your own blog, and think about what you would want from it. Would just one post a week be fine? Would it be better to do two?

Google Doesn't Care!

I mentioned earlier that if you have a blog where most of the traffic is coming from search engines like Google, it doesn't really matter how often you publish.

Google doesn't care. Google doesn't give a shit.

Sure, publishing 5 quality posts a week that are going to rank well in Google and bring you traffic is going to be more beneficial than publishing one quality post a week, because obviously you're going to be getting more traffic by publishing more frequently and ranking for more keywords. But what I mean by "Google doesn't care" is that the frequency isn't going to affect your ability to rank.

And... Like I mentioned earlier, you don't have a following that is waiting for new content.

So in this case you just want to do what you can. If you only have a couple hours of free time a week then just publish one blog post a week. If you have more then do more.

The Google Ranking Factor that Loves New Content

There are over 300 (I think) different metrics that Google uses when ranking content. 

One of them is called the QDF, or query deserves freshness, ranking factor. What this does is gives new publishings an edge up when it comes to ranking.

So for example, a new blog post might outrank and older blog post even if it is not as good by Google standards, simply because it is newer.

This would make you think that publishing more frequently is going to help you out more. HOWEVER, this factor only comes into play if you are blogging about… 

  • Recent events or hot topics
  • Regularly recurring events
  • Frequent updates

Most of us probably are not blogging about any of these things so this really doesn't matter.

Content Length Can Be Important... Especially for SEO Blogs

The length of the blog posts that you are publishing is also important. 

You don't want to fill your posts up with a bunch of "fluff" just to make them longer, but generally speaking a longer blog post is often a more valuable one because there is more information provided.

But don't get the wrong idea. This doesn't mean that every blog post should be crazy long. Your goal is to provide value to your readers and it is not all the time that a 3000+ word blog post is going to be necessary. It all depends on what you are talking about and how much length you think it requires.

I'm definitely not saying that a 1,000 word post is too short. Even a 750 world post can be fine at times. Getting too low will make it harder to rank.


If your blog is getting traffic from SEO, as in getting traffic from Google, then there is an additional reason why longer content could be better.

The reason... Because you will rank for more keywords.

When you write a blog post and target a specific keyword with the help of a keyword research tool, there are also a number of other keywords that you will rank for as well... Google does all this automatically. It is Google that decides what the keywords are, you just kind of help feed the Google bot your targeted keyword when you go about your targeting for each post you write.

Since a longer blog post has more words, it makes complete sense that there could be more potential keywords to rank for.

So if you do run a blog that is focused on SEO then you may want to consider writing longer content, which means that you would likely have to cut back on your publishing frequency when compared to writing shorter posts.

But again, there is no set length that a post should be. This depends on the topic you are writing about as well as your audience. If your audience is on the younger side, such as high schoolers, then they probably are interested in reading too long of content. But if your audience is a bunch of Doctorate holding scholars, they might be more interested in more in-depth information.

Conclusion: The Answer Is There Is No Answer

So as you can see the answer to the question, of how frequent you should be publishing blog posts, is that there is no answer.

It all depends.

Where your traffic is coming from, your niche,, etc. are some of the things you should consider when trying to decide on a blog publishing strategy. And there are probably other things that might be worth considering as well.

But... Although there is no good answer I would still recommend setting a goal for yourself and sticking to it. This can be beneficial to your success.

Set a Goal - Ex: I'm going to publish 2 blogs a week

Not only might a consistent publishing schedule make your audience and followers of your blog happy, if you have a following, but another big reason why this is important is because it makes you accountable.

There have been many studies done showing that setting goals is important when it comes to achieving success.

If you just say... I'm going to publish a blog post whenever I feel like it… You are not holding yourself accountable and likely won't get much done. But if you do a little thinking and find that you should be able to have time to publish two blog posts a week and make this your goal, then you are going to be able to easily hold yourself accountable for such.

You've probably heard the importance of setting a goal with diet and weight loss. This seems to be talked about a lot when it comes to getting in shape, but it applies to a lot more than just that.

So set a goal 

It doesn't have to be perfect. Maybe you think you should be publishing twice a week but you are only going to have time to publish once a week. Just do what you can.

I know that a lot of people are running blogs on the side, with hopes to get them to generate some good income eventually, but as of now still have to work full-time jobs and such.

Just do what you can.

But anyways… I hope you found this post at least somewhat helpful and informative. I'm sorry I couldn't give you a clear-cut answer to the question, but it is what it is.

Blogging for Google traffic? This training will help.

Leave comments or questions below 🙂

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How to Become an Affiliate Marketer for Amazon – Step by Step

Welcome to my guide on how to become an affiliate marketer for Amazon. You came to the right place if you are looking for a looking for the right way to go about this, because... well.... I'm an affiliate marketer myself who makes a living doing this stuff.

I first want to start off by saying that affiliate marketing is a great business to get involved with if you are looking to make money online. It...

  • Has lots of opportunity
  • Is quite simple compared to other methods
  • Requires little to no startup cost

... and of course it has all the benefits of making money and being your own boss... which include being able to work when you want from where ever you want. Overall it is a great choice for beginners.

Being an affiliate for Amazon is just one of the many choices out there, but it is a good way to get started because Amazon is an absolute ecommerce powerhouse. Everyone knows Amazon and no matter what you are looking to promote, you can find it here.

*I think they sell somewhere around 700 million products right now. Ridiculous I know.

The commissions they pay are far from the greatest you can find but I definitely won't be telling anyone to avoid becoming an affiliate with them. A lot of people start out here because of the simple fact that it is an easy choice.

But anyways... lets move on to the steps of becoming an affiliate marketer for this ecom giant. It's going to be fairly lengthy so feel free to use the quick navigation links below to jump to certain sections if you are impatient.

5 Steps to Get Started as an Amazon Affiliate

With the Amazon affiliate program, which is actually called Amazon Associates by the way, you can't just go sign up right away just because you feel like it.

If they let everyone sign up and just start promoting their products like madmen they would really hurt the image of their brand.

There are first a few things you are going to have to have in place beforehand or else they aren't going to accept you.

Step 1: Decide What Types of Products You Want to Promote (pre-Amazon)

The very first thing that you want to decide before doing ANYTHING else is to figure out what type of products you want to promote.

I highly recommend you focus on a specific "niche", which is nothing more than a targeted market segment.

So your niche could be...

  • Basketball hoops
  • Kitten beds
  • Dog toys
  • Yoga accessories 
  • Children toys for brain development
  • Natural health supplements for weight loss
  • And thousands more... the list is endless!

There are so many niches out there that I'm not going to get too in-depth with this list.

Two IMPORTANT Pointers:

#1 - Choose Something You Actually Have Interest In

What do you have an interest in? Do you like dogs? Do you like some sport? Do you like video games? Do you like cooking? woodworking, paying piano, sewing, etc. etc.?

I think it is extremely important that you choose something that interests you. This will make it a lot easier because:

  • You will have the mindset of those you are marketing to
  • and you will not get burnt out spending a bunch of time in a niche that you really don't care for

Don't chase the money. I know some niches can be very luring and you may see nothing but dollar signs, but from my experience it is definitely better to start out in something you like.

So take some time to think about what you really like.

#2 - Try to Keep It Pretty Narrow

You are also going to want to keep your niche pretty narrow. This will make it less overwhelming and you will be able to become more of an expert in the particular niche.

  • Instead of targeting the broad niche of 'health supplements', choose something more narrow like 'weight loss supplements' or 'cognitive health supplements'. And even these could be narrowed down more if you'd like.
  • Instead of targeting the broad niche of 'dogs', target something more focused like 'dog food' or even more focused like 'natural dog food'.

Step 2: Create a Website or Blog (pre-Amazon)

Now it's time to create a website now that you have chosen your niche.

I know... I know... this sounds complicated. 

But don't worry, it's really not. This isn't 1997 anymore... creating a website is nothing to fear.

  • Creating a website is simple
  • And it can be free

You can also promote Amazon products via a Youtube channel or through a mobile app, but creating your own website is the route I went and the route I know very well... which is why that is what I'm teaching. And it is definitely one of the better ways to go.

Websites are great. They are like your own little hub that you can do whatever you want with. You will be getting traffic to your site and then promote products from there. 

Don't Want to Spend Money?

I completely understand. When getting started you don't want a lot of risk... and the good thing is that there are free blog sites out there that you can create a blog on for free.

I suggest using SiteRubix. This website builder will allow you to easily create a site get started in no time. It's literally a few clicks of the mouse to have the basics of your site up... couldn't be easier.

*Wait til the end. I'll go over the easiest way to get it all started with the tools you need.

Choose a website name that is related to your niche. For example: if your niche is dog toys you could go with the name 'dougsdogtoys' (if your name is Doug) or 'doggydelight' or whatever you can think of. Get creative with it.

Step 3: Create Content & Drive Traffic to Your Site (pre-Amazon)

Now you have your site up it is time to create some content. This has to be done before you can get approved by Amazon. They of course aren't going to like the looks of a bare-bones site.

What type of content do you create?

You are going to want to write about things that have to do with your niche.

Example: If you have a site about dog toys (going by my last example), you could write articles about...

  • Top 10 outdoor dog toys
  • How to play different dog games
  • How to teach your dog to fetch
  • Different dog toys for different dog breads
  • The benefits of certain dog toys
  • And so on...

However you aren't going to just want to write a bunch of random articles that come to mind. 

Important: Use a keyword research tool

A keyword research tool is what you use to find good keywords to write about. I'm not going to get into detail, but basically what it does is helps you rank your articles higher in the search engines.

*Again, I'll be going over what I suggest using at the end.

It's All About Traffic

Writing content on your site and getting traffic go hand-in-hand. When you write content, if you use a keyword research tool and use it right, you will be able to rank high in Google and get people to come to your site when they are searching for things.

As an example someone could be searching for the best outdoor dog toys and maybe come across an article you wrote called '9 Best Outdoor Dog Toys'. Then they might click on that and come to your site.

The reason this is an absolutely awesome way to get traffic to your site is because it:

  • Is 100% free - no investment
  • Traffic is unlimited
  • The people coming to your site are very targeted - they clicked on your site because they are interested
  • It can last a long time! - sometimes you get ranked for an article and it stays there for years... continually getting you traffic

Sure you can run paid ads, but that is a lot more risky for newbies and can really burn a hole in your wallet fast.

Step 4: Apply for the Amazon Affiliate Program 

Now that you have your site up and running it is time to apply for the Amazon affiliate program.

After creating an Amazon account or logging into an existing one, you will have to fill out your profile and fill in some other information, such as...

  1. Account information - Your name and address
  2. Website information - List your site and provide some info on it, such as what it's about
  3. Profile - Will fill out a profile
  4. Identity verification - They will call you to verify your identity

It's a fairly straightforward process and nothing complicated really. You can get started on it here: https://affiliate-program.amazon.com/ but I'd wait until you finish reading this article so that you see how everything works and fits together.

Step 5: Now It's Time to Promote... Even Though You Aren't Approved Yet!

Now it's time to start promoting some products! The part you have been waiting for all along!

It's all about getting traffic to your website… If you aren't getting much traffic then that means you need to put out more content and get ranked more in Google.

But why would you be doing all of this before getting approved? 

What is the point of promoting Amazon products if you are not even part of the affiliate program yet?

Well… Believe it or not this is how the process works. You first have to make 3 qualifying sales in order to move forward with the application process. After making 3 sales they will then review your application and either accept it or reject it.

I believe it used to be just one sale back when I first applied in 2015, but they have since changed this.

Tip on Promoting:

There are a lot of ways you can go about incorporating affiliate links into your content and promoting products, but one way that I often suggest is what I call the "web" design.

You don't want there to be too many affiliate links all over the place. Google doesn't like this.

So what you do is create many different articles and point them to a small number of articles that are promoting something.  So it's like a big web catching all sorts of traffic and funneling it into a select few pages where you do have a bunch of affiliate links.

You don't have to do this all the time but I think it helps because it keeps your site cleaner and less saturated with such links.

Didn't Get Approved? This Might Be Why

If you get rejected, which is not very uncommon, this is usually because your website just doesn't provide enough valuable content.

Amazon is looking for some unique content. They don't want a website that just re-states exactly what the product descriptions are for products listed on Amazon. They want you to provide additional value.

So give your own opinion on things. And it definitely do not copy and paste… Always re-word as best you can.

If you got rejected you can always improve your website and then re-apply later that is what you wish to do.

Tips for Success

  1. Choose a niche you like
  2. Focus on quality over quantity
  3. Provide real value to your website visitors
  4. Use conversational tone when writing
  5. Don't overly saturate your website with affiliate links

A one of the tips that I am giving here are pretty much things that are common sense. If you focus on providing real value and helping out people, and you put in the work, then you more than likely are going to see success from this.... Assuming that you have done your keyword research correctly and are promoting relevant products.

Get PROVEN Affiliate Training and Tools for FREE

So obviously you are going to want some formal training when it comes to all of this. You don't want to go out and spend a bunch of time building out your website, creating content, only to find out that you have been doing it wrong.

And in addition to this you are also going to need tools, such as a platform to build your website on and a keyword research tool so that you can get ranked in Google.

My Suggestion: Wealthy Affiliate

Wealthy Affiliate is in affiliate marketing training platform that also provides all the tools necessary to get started, such as a website builder and keyword research tool as mentioned above.

Basically it is like an "all-inclusive" type of deal where you everything you need and don't have to go out elsewhere… Which makes it incredibly easy for beginners to get started.

And the awesome thing about it is that they have a free Starter Membership where you can get started without even entering your credit card information or anything.

  • Training
  • Tools
  • Community of experts
  • Support

... they provide it all.

And the reason I am recommending this place and like it so much is because this is actually where I started out back in 2015. And now I make a living doing this stuff and am very grateful for that.

You can create your free account at Wealthy Affiliate and get started here:

Or for more info:

At the very least you could create a free account and give it a "test drive" to see if you like it or not... and if not you can walk away no harm done.

Take care and I wish you the best of luck on your affiliate marketing journey. This can potentially be a lucrative opportunity but you must have patience and don't expect to "strike it rich" right from the start. 

There is lots to learn.

Questions or comments? Leave them below and I'll get back to you soon 🙂

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What Is the Duplicate Content Penalty? – To Fear or Not To Fear?

For any website owner duplicate content can potentially be a big problem, but is this something you should be worrying about? Should this be keeping you up at night?

And what is the repercussion of such? Is there a duplicate content penalty that you have to stress about?

The truth is that there is no “duplicate content penalty”, per se, but there is a downside to this type of content and there are definitely reasons why you might want to avoid it. But before we get into all that, let’s first discuss what exactly this is in the fist place…

What Is Duplicate Content?

Dupe content is pretty simple… It is content that has been duplicated, specifically on the Internet. This means that it has been published in one or more places online and Google is able to see this.

Take note that it must be published in one or more places “online”. If you were to take the exact words out of an old encyclopedia and publish them online, you could do so without it being considered “duplicate content” in the way we are talking about it. But of course I wouldn’t suggest it because that would be plagiarism.

Another important aspect of this term is that the content does not have to be the exact same. It only has to be “appreciably similar” according to Google. So if Google sees two pieces of content that are appreciably similar, it is going to see the one piece as being the original and the other as being a duplicate.

Dupe Content on Your Domain vs Other Domains

Your Domain

If you have duplicate content on your own domain, meaning multiple pages on the same website that is yours which have fairly large amounts of appreciably similar content, this is not a big deal.

And… It happens all the time. For example if you run an e-commerce website that sells a lot of similar products in the same niche, then there’s a good chance much of the content provided is going to be a very similar. And there are plenty of other examples I could give for when dupe content is common as well.

But this isn’t too big of a deal. And if you are a website owner who, let’s say has a bunch of similar sales pages, you can always set the similar pages to NOINDEX and NOFOLLOW to tell the Google bot to not even bother looking at them or indexing them.

It’s not going to help SEO but it isn’t going to hurt it either, as I’ll get into in a bit.

Other Domains

Then there’s the problem of dupe content on other domains. Maybe someone else copies your content or maybe you copy someone else’s content, or at least copy it “too much” to make it appreciably similar.

Can either of these circumstances have a negative effect on your website?

They definitely can and we will get to that in a second too.

Blogging In Constant Fear…. One Little Mistake Could PUNISH You

I myself, I’m a blogger. I also have some experience with e-commerce, but mainly I focus on blogging and SEO. And when it comes to SEO this is where knowing about dupe content is most important. I make most of my money via affiliate marketing and bring in traffic via SEO.

I know a lot of bloggers that start out and really fear duplicate content, specifically they fear that their website is going to be punished for content being considered too similar to other websites. They feel that they really aren’t providing any original content because most of the information they are getting comes from research on other websites.

If you are one of these people, I would like to tell you to FEAR NOT.

You can write articles completely based on information found on other articles online, not knowing anything about the topic beforehand, and still rank well without your content being considered dupe content.

Just be smart about it… When doing research only jot down the important information and do not copy and paste large amounts because obviously you want to re-word as much as possible. Sure you can copy and paste a word here or there, or maybe some phrases, but certainly limit doing this.

Dupe Content ‘Can’ Be a MASSIVE Problem, But It’s Not Something to Fear

So let’s get into the impact that this can actually have on your website and why you should NOT fear it, assuming that you are being smart about it and not trying to cheat the system.

Dupe content isn’t actually going to hurt the SEO of your website as you may think. You just won’t be able to rank for the content that is considered dupe content.

If you copy and paste an article from someone else and publish it on your website, is simply is not going to rank because Google is going to see that it is a duplicate and not the original. Similarly, if someone copies and publishes an article from your website, same thing is going to happen and you don’t have to worry about it (most of the time anyhow!, more on this).

It Isn’t Going to Hurt Your Rankings Site-Wide

I know one of the big fears is that it is going to hurt your rankings site-wide, but this is not true. There is no evidence that duplicating some content is going to destroy your site’s overall rankings. The dupe content certainly isn’t going to help you get ranked, but it also isn’t really going to hurt it, other than the fact that you could have spent your time better putting out original content that could have ranked.

No one can avoid duplicate content completely and that is why Google doesn’t really punish websites for it. They know it is inevitable.

This Is Why Some Blogs/News Sites Re-publish Popular Content

There are plenty of big-name blog/news sites out there that re-publish popular content from other sites. They know darn well that it isn’t going to rank but they also know that it isn’t going to hurt.

What If Someone Dupes Your Content & Wins??!!

You may have heard some horror stories about another site copying content and actually beating the original site in the Google rankings.

The crazy thing is that this does indeed happen at times. There are some sites that scrape content and re-publish it as 100% copied, yet they outrank the original.

That said, this is definitely not something to worry about because it is very rare.

But it does happen at times and if it were to happen to you, you need to know what to do. You used to be able to file a “scraper report” with Google, but they do not have this anymore. Now what you’re going to want to do is file a copyright infringement report.

If you do this you should have no problem. Google will be able to see which content was published first and which is the original. Then you will get the rightful ranking that you deserve.

Original Content Is What Gets Ranked

Google is smart and Google wants to provide the best user experience possible.

Could you imagine if they actually punished websites for duplicate content? It would be a catastrophe if they did this and they would be all sorts of really great websites losing good rankings that are helpful to users.

Why would they punish an entire website for one piece of duplicate content? This makes no sense.

There is no punishment… Duplicate content simply does not help you get ranked.

It is original content that gets ranked.

Now let’s say you have an article that is about half duplicate content and half original content. That is fine… It is simply the original content that gets ranked and the duplicate content has no effect, positive or negative when it comes to SEO.

Conclusion: Not So Bad After All

If you are smart and are trying to provide good content, you should have nothing to worry about.

Just don’t try to take advantage of the system and think that you can go around copying and pasting to get good rankings… It is simply going to be a waste of your time.

But anyways…

I hope you found this article helpful and I hope it helps you sleep a little better at night knowing that you probably don’t have anything to worry about.

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How Long Will It Take to Make Money with Wealthy Affiliate?

A big question that comes up from newbies at Wealthy Affiliate, or before joining, is how long does it take to make money? It’s a good question that everyone should be asking and it’s something that I can give some good insight on.

I’ve been a member since 2015 and not only have I been through the whole experience myself, but I have also seen hundreds of others go through it as well. It can be a struggle early on and if you have false expectations or don’t really know what you are getting into, you are more likely to end up quitting and then this would all be a waste of time.

So how long does it take to make money with Wealthy Affiliate you ask?

Well… in order to get to the best answer possible and really explain it all, lets first take about how WA works and some key factors that are going to effect the time it takes for you to start earning that money you have been dreaming about.

An Overview of What WA Is and How It Works

Wealthy Affiliate in a nutshell is an online business platform that provides training for beginners looking to make money online. The main focus here is on affiliate marketing through your own website that you drive traffic to via SEO (through Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc).

The awesome part of this entire business model is that it requires extremely little startup cost and has the potential to be very lucrative… the downside is that it TAKES TIME… and for those that are impatient and need cash now it may be a struggle.

Most people will tell you that it will take 3 months or so until you start seeing some money trickle in, but this really isn’t a good answer. You could potentially see money in less (although highly unlikely) but it also could take a while longer.

‘But I Need Money for Rent Next Week!’

Unfortunately WA isn’t going to cut it in this situation.

I often see people join who are in financial situations where they need money immediately. If you are someone like this then I don’t want to give you false hope.

Yes you can earn money with WA and yes you can earn a lot… but you sure as heck aren’t going to be earning an immediate income, or anything quickly.

Some people earn money faster than others… just like some people are promoted to higher positions within companies and some progress faster while working toward a fitness goal. Some reasons for this include the following…

6 Key Factors to Consider

1. Time Spent – It’s a given that most of the time when you put more time and work into things you get faster and better results. Now of course this doesn’t always work out perfectly and you don’t want to work so hard that you burn out, but generally speaking those who put in more time are going to see faster results.

That said, I actually would suggest starting off on the rather slow side of things rather than jumping in head first and spending 5+ hours a day on this stuff, reason being that it will likely be overwhelming if you jump in too fast and you will likely make more mistakes that just end up as wasted time.

2. Action Taken – Something else you have to think about and consider is the action taken. You can spend a bunch of time working but if that time isn’t being spent properly on real action, there isn’t much point of it.

Don’t spend 10 hours trying to tweak some simple thing on your site that might only take 5 minutes to do. Early on I always see people getting caught up on the small unimportant things that are just not worth the effort.

The best advice I can give is to simply follow the core training at WA and to not veer off from that too much.

Your site doesn’t need to look like some professionally designed masterpiece early on. No one is going to be trafficking it anyhow, so what’s the point?

You will learn a lot as you follow along with the training and things that might have taken you a long time early on will only take you a minuscule amount once you know what you are doing.

3. Quality of Work – This is also a big deal that certainly plays a major factor in the timing of success.

Are you creating good quality content? I know this is hard to judge early on as a beginner, but just give it your best shot. I also remember when I started and thinking that my posts were never good enough… don’t worry… you will get there with time. It’s amazing how far you will come with practice and just putting in the work.

Also, you don’t want to make your content “too good”. What I mean by this is that you don’t want to spend ridiculous amounts of time trying to make each post perfect. Put out good quality content without being too nitpicky.

And DEFINITELY DO NOT duplicate content or use content spinners. Sure, you can publish lots of content very quickly this way but you are just going to be hurting yourself. Google will punish you for the duplicate content and content that has been spun always has problems in one way or another.

4. Keywords Targeted – It’s all about keywords… well… as lot of it has to do with this anyhow. If you are targeting good keywords and putting out good content then you are doing things right, at least as far as the quality of your work goes.

Early on I highly recommend that you target what are called “long tail keywords”. These are keywords that are a bit more lengthy and usually consist of 4+ words.

Things like…

  • “how to shoot a basketball from the free throw line” instead of just “how to shoot a basketball”
  • “best essential oil diffusers of 2019” instead of “essential oil diffusers”
  • “how to potty train a cat on the toilet” instead of just “potty train a cat”

… and so on.

These are much more targeted and because of this there is less competition among them.

Early on your site will be small and have little to no authority, so your best chances of success are by using keywords like this.

5. Competition in Your Chosen Niche – Competition from others websites also plays a big role. If you choose a niche that has little to no competition, then you are going to be able to really see your business grow relatively quickly without being beat down by larger authority sites.

But unfortunately you aren’t going to be able to find a niche with no competition. There is always competition… but that doesn’t mean you can’t make it.

There is a ton of opportunity out there… it’s just obviously the more desirable to go into a niche or micro-niche that doesn’t have insane amounts of competition.

6. Google Doesn’t Like New Sites – It’s true…. well… maybe not completely true, but for the most part it is.

Anyone that has created a website looking to rank on Google knows well that they don’t care for new sites. Or I guess it would be better stated that they don’t trust new sites, which is why they don’t get ranked well.

It really doesn’t matter how good of content you are putting out and how good your niche is… a new site is a new site, and Google won’t treat it very well.

As I mentioned earlier, a lot of people will tell you that it is around the 3-month mark when you can expect to start seeing some money come in. While there is no hard proof of this, it does seem to be true to some extent and Google plays a major part in it.

It just seems that around that time is when the trust factor starts to really develop with Google.

Time Is Money

When it comes to making money online it is going to cost you either time or money…. and time is money.

It doesn’t really matter what path you take… you could get instant traffic to your site by running paid ads.. but then you are going to have to spend money upfront and it is a lot more risky. I’ve blown through tons of money running ads and know this for myself.

Or… you can choose the path that Wealthy Affiliate sets in place for you… in which you can get free traffic from Google and other search engines… it’s a lot less risky but of course it takes time.

The Answer to This Is That There Is No Good Answer

Sadly, there is no set in stone answer that I can give for the time frame of making money with Wealthy Affiliate.

My best answer… if I had to give you numbers to go by… would be somewhere between 3-6 months I guess… but even that is just a very general statement that you have to take with a grain of salt.

Those Who Succeed vs Those Who Fail

It’s no secret that a lot of people fail with any sort of online business. But the reason for failure may not be what you expect… at least not for this business model.

There is no doubt that giving up too early is by far one of the biggest reasons for failure. It certainly is not the only reason but it is a big one.

And it makes perfect sense if you think about it.

Lots of people join with unrealistic expectations. They think making money online is some fairy-tale where you can “plug-in” and start raking in the dough. There are a lot of scams out there that suggest this type of thing is true… which is why many believe in it.

After working on things for a month or so with no money to show for it… they think it must be a scam or something and give up.


What if you’re the person who makes it close but quits just before hitting the diamond mine?

Get Free Expert Help from Me… Someone Who Makes a Living Doing This Stuff

If you aren’t already a member of Wealthy Affiliate and are looking to join, you can join through my link here and I’ll help you out along the way.

It’s a free mentor service if you want to think of it like that. It doesn’t cost you any extra… I’ll just answer questions, give you advice and my opinion of things, help you decide what direction to take your online business, etc.

It’s something I do for anyone who signs up through me as a way to help.

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8 Ways to Make Money with Wealthy Affiliate – Plus Pro Tips!

Thinking about joining Wealthy Affiliate? Or maybe you’ve already joined and are wondering in what ways you will be able to make money with it? Wondering is it even possible to make money?

Of course the purpose of becoming a member of Wealthy Affiliate is to make money in the first place, so this is definitely something you should probably know early on or before hand.

I’ve been a member since late 2015 so I know my way around pretty well. In this post I’ll be going over 8 different ways to earn with Wealthy Affiliate. That’s right…8!

It’s pretty obvious that affiliate marketing is going to be one of them, after all, the name of this place is Wealthy “Affiliate”… However, there are a handful of other ways as well, some of which you are probably aware of but others you may not think of.

Earning Money from WA and from Outside Sources

It’s important to know that there are two main ways that you will be able to make money… Earning money from the WA platform itself and earning money from outside sources. What I mean here is that you will be able to actually get paid from WA, as in money deposited into your PayPal account, as well as being able to get paid from various other places in a variety of other ways.

Don’t worry you will understand what I mean in a second…

The 8 Ways to Earn with Wealthy Affiliate

Lets first go over the different ways to earn from outside sources…

So first I will be going over the ways to earn “with” Wealthy Affiliate not “on” Wealthy Affiliate, meaning the different ways you will be able to earn money after going through the training and building your online business. Then after this I will discuss the different ways you can actually earn money “on” the platform itself.

All of the ways to earn in this section come from building an online business foundation, which is what you learn at WA. You first must have your website in place and you must be getting traffic in order to monetize it in any of these ways. This is what you are taught to do, mainly via SEO and keyword research. In the next section you will see that there is a way to actually start earning a little bit of money without this requirement of first having your online business in place (aka website).

But anyways… Let’s get to it…

1. Affiliate Programs

First up is earning with affiliate marketing through affiliate programs. Affiliate programs are promotional programs set up by companies in which they pay people commissions to promote their products and help make sales. How it works is simple: you promote a product via affiliate links and you get paid a commission when you help make a sale.

Example: If you were to create a blog about dog training you could join the PetSmart affiliate program and promote a variety of different dog toys, treats, etc. Or of course you could always join the Amazon affiliate program and promote products in just about any niche imaginable.

There are lots of different affiliate programs out there, some very high-paying and some not so much. As a rule of thumb, it is always a good idea to diversify your earnings. Don’t just promote one single product from one single affiliate program. Promote various products from various affiliate programs so that your eggs are not all in one basket.

  • Great for Beginners – Affiliate marketing is a great way for beginners to get started in the online world and is often the starting point for many online marketers. The reason… Because it is low cost and simple…
  • Low Cost – To get started doing this you need little to no money. In fact, if you get started on a platform like WA it is free. You don’t need any money to get started because they provide you with a free website and some free training to get going. But of course you will need to spend a bit of money at some point, which still is not much however.
  • Fairly Simple – The simplicity of affiliate marketing is also a big plus. All you do in this business model is promote other people’s products online. There is not much to it really.
2. Ads (Google Adsense, Mediavine, Monumetric, etc)

One you have traffic coming into your website another great opportunity to monetize it is with ads. Usually people start out with the popular Google AdSense, but there also better higher-paying options like Mediavine and Monumetric available once you have enough traffic. Google AdSense is the popular want to start out with because it is easy to get approved for. You don’t need much traffic.

With Adsense all you will have to do is insert a code into your site and the ads will be displayed automatically. Other ad services install the codes for you but it is easy to do yourself, so don’t worry.

People often think of ads as a distraction. Affiliate marketing is usually where the big money is made, so they don’t want to distract people from clicking on affiliate links with random ads being displayed. However, as long as your site isn’t overly saturated with ads I would say that it is definitely beneficial for making as much money as possible.

Ads are good..

The fact of the matter is that not everyone who comes to your website is going to click on affiliate links and purchase the product you’re promoting. Maybe they go read an article you wrote and the end up becoming disinterested or something (it happens). Ads are a great way to monetize these people because they present them with different things that are of interest.

If you are a good writer and good at incorporating relevant affiliate products into your blogs then I don’t think ads are really going to take away from that. They will simply allow you to earn money from the people who were not going to click on your affiliate links in the first place.

3. CPA Offers

Then of course there are CPA offers, a.k.a. Cost Per Action offers. These little guys might not earn you the big bucks, but can still be very lucrative opportunities. Small money adds up and CPA offers definitely should not be overlooked.

CPA offers pay you when you get people to do things like..

  • Sign up for an email list
  • Register an account
  • Sign up for a free trial

…and more. They are often easier to monetize because a lot of them are free for people to do, but they don’t pay as much as affiliate marketing opportunities.

Once you have traffic coming from the site you created with Wealthy Affiliate you should consider CPA offers. Sometimes they convert better than regular old affiliate offers.

4. Ecommerce

This is much less focused on at WA but you can still find training on it. So if you are looking to sell your own products or maybe do some dropshipping, this can be done.

The websites you create on the WA platform are run by WordPress so you would have to install a plugin like Woocommerce, which there are tutorials on. This will allow you to sell products directly, process payments, etc.

Most people who join WA probably have no products to sell and are more interested in affiliate marketing, but I do get quite a few questions from people asking if they can sell their own products, which of course the answer to is Yes.

You can definitely make good money via ecommerce but the downside to it, compared to affiliate marketing, is that it is more complicated. With ecommcerce you have to deal with customers, processing payments, etc.

Ways to earn within the platform

5. WA Affiliate Program

WA also has an affiliate program that you can make money with if you are interested in promoting WA to other people. Some people join this program right from the start but I would suggest going this route after you have already promoted other things… the reason being because if you promote it from the start you really don’t know what you are promoting. You will be promoting a way to make good money online without any proof that it works.

But anyways… their affiliate program can be very lucrative so I can see why so many people are attracted to it. You can earn recurring commissions since members pay for their memberships on a monthly or yearly basis (if they upgrade to Premium of course).

This affiliate program isn’t the only one out there with recurring payments but it is a darn good one. You only usually find these sorts of recurring payments with subscription services.

Earning “Cash Credits” & “Affiliate Credits”

Inside the WA platform you can also earn what are called Cash and Affiliate Credits. These don’t come from people joining WA for the first time or anything like that. They come from actions that members take inside the platform once they are already members.

These credits can be redeemed for real cash deposited to PayPal or can be used to do other things on the platform, like to pay for comments, buy domains, get feedback on your site, etc.

Wealthy Affiliate is basically creating an entire little micro-economy around this credit system. They aren’t just some stupid point system for fun. They do make things a little more fun but they also have some real value to them, obviously because they can be cashed out for real cash. Each credit you earn is worth $0.50, so 2 credits = $1.

Wealthy Affiliate credits

The different ways to earn cash credits include #6 and #7…

6. Create Training

Member created training is a big deal at WA and makes up much of the training provided on the platform. They have the core training created by Kyle (the owner of WA) and Jay (does live video training sessions weekly), but members can also create their own training. This is a great thing because there are many members on WA that are experts in their own way and can provide detailed training on anything they want that has to do with online marketing type stuff… which could be about anything from Pinterest Marketing to effective ad placement and traffic generation techniques.

Of course WA recognizes how important the member-created training is and because of this they reward you with cash credits when you create training.

You will be able to add video tutorials, screenshots, different steps of the training on different pages, etc. There is a lot you can do to make a very thorough and well laid out tutorial or whatever type of training you are looking to create.

The amount of cash credits you will earn depends on the amount of visits, likes, and engagement that your training gets. This gives incentive to actually create good training.

7. Domain Registrations

WA is also a domain registrar, as is the popular site GoDaddy. What this means is that you can buy domains (websites) directly through WA. This is nice and lots of people do it because it just makes things easier.

The cash credits come in when other people that you have referred to WA purchase domains. When a referral of yours buys or renews a domain at WA you earn 2 cash credits, or $1.

There really isn’t much you can do here to actually try to earn money this way. You just need to refer members in and many of them will end up purchasing domains through the platform. So obviously the WA affiliate program and this way of earning go hand in hand.

8. Account Setup

This is another way that you can earn credits but you will have to participate in the WA affiliate program and refer in new members as well.

When you refer in members they will be prompted to set up their account by adding a profile image and writing a description. When they do this you will earn $1 in Affiliate Credits, which is also 2 credits. Not everyone you refer in is going to take action and do this but you can also message them inside the platform and give them a nudge.

Not only can you make money when referrals set up their accounts like this, but it also helps them out as well. When they set up their profile they are more likely to interact and have interactions with others, which adds to the experience and increases chances of success.

In the future there are likely going to be other ways to earn as well within the credit system.

Making Money on The Platform vs Off The Platform

I already went over this but I think it’s important to touch upon it again just so that you really know what’s going on here.

Here are the different ways you can earn money inside WA (where you actually get paid from WA)

Inside WA

  • WA affiliate program
  • Create training
  • Domain registration
  • Account setup

And here are the many other ways you can earn from what WA provides you with, which is training that helps you build a website so that you can make money by…

Outside WA

  • Other affiiate programs
  • Ads
  • CPA offers
  • Ecommerce

How a 3+ Year Member Is Earning

So you might be wondering… what is the best way to earn? There are all these different paths to take, but what should you be focusing on?

Well… I’ve been a member for over 3 years and I’ll give you some info on how I’m earning as well as advice to new members. And by the way, I make a living doing this stuff.

  • Affiliate Marketing is #1 for Me – I earn most of my money, by far, from affiliate marketing. I do promote WA and I also have websites in other niches where I promote other things (such as health products). I earn over $6k a month and over 85% of that comes from affiliate marketing.
  • Next Comes Ads – Ads always provide some pretty consistent earnings as long as your website traffic is fairly consistent.
  • And CPA Offers Are Right Up There – There are times where I make quite good money with CPA offers. They are right up there with ads as far as my income goes.

My suggestion to new members is to focus mainly on affiliate marketing and ads. The good thing about this is that these are both the main focuses at WA. Affiliate marketing is number 1 and ads are number 2. Not only are they good ways to earn but they are also probably the easiest for beginners to get started with.

Pro Tips for Earning

#1 – Stick to the Training – Try not to get side tracked and waste time on small things like website design annoyances and such. You will learn a lot as you go and you don’t want to spend 10 hours on something that only will take you 2 minutes once you have experience.

#2 – Choose a Niche You Actually Like – Don’t focus entirely on the money. Choose a niche that you like when starting a website. If you don’t you will likely get burnt out and quite. I learned this myself… more than once!

#3 – Be Patient! – You have to be patient… that is for darn sure. The methods of making money online that WA teaches take a while to get going. That is just the way it is unfortunately… but it can be well worth it.

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13 Awesome Vegan Affiliate Programs to Make You Money!

Looking for some awesome vegan affiliate programs to make some money with promoting vegan products? Well I got a list of 13 for you!

Veganism is a wave of the future and there is no stopping it. It is growing in popularity and I only foresee it continuing to do so as our environmental problems continue to pile up. We have seen massive rises in plant-based foods, supplements, personal care products, fashions, and vegan things in a number of other industries.

And besides helping save the planet, another perk of this new and emerging market is that you can make money from it. There are a lot of affiliate programs out there and I'm going to show you some of the best of them… 13 of them to be exact.

So if you have a passion for health, helping animals and just overall being good to our environment… And you want to make a little bit (or a lot) of money promoting awesome products via affiliate marketing then stay tuned…

I have broken up the list into four different categories: We have the vegan food/nutrition affiliate programs, vegan e-product affiliate programs, the vegan fashion affiliate programs, and vegan cosmetics affiliate programs. So no matter what type of vegan products you are looking to promote, I'm sure there is a program on this list that will suit your needs.

Vegan Food/Nutrition Affiliate Programs

By the way... These are listed in no particular order. One affiliate program might be great for somebody while another might be better for somebody else.

#1 - Vegan Cuts

Vegan Cuts

First off we have Vegan Cuts. This program offers..

I'm listing this particular program in the food/nutrition section, but really they have a lot more than just food and nutrition. They sell all sorts of vegan products and could be a good choice for a number of vegan audiences. Some of the things they sell include vegan chocolates, shampoo, lipstick, juices, organic green smoothie mix, and more.

On the one bullet point above I wrote that they offer $3 commissions on boxes. What am talking about here are product packages that they sell in boxes. For example they have their Beauty Box that is filled with vegan cosmetic and skin care products, all bundled up in one package. They also have their Snack Box that is filled with vegan chips, cookies, sodas and more.

This place offers a subscription service where customers can sign up to receive boxes every month. However, I'm not sure if you will be able to earn recurring commissions for their recurring payments.

All in all, this is a pretty solid brand with a lot of good products.