Is Forever Affiliate Still Valid in 2014?

by on February 25, 2014 · 2 comments

This week I wanted to take the time to answer a recent email from a reader/listener, David.  The question boils down to whether or not the Forever Affiliate program is still valid in 2014.

David has a few potential niche site ideas that he has done some keyword research on, but he was considering checking out the Forever Affiliate training course before attempting to move forward.  However, he didn’t want to spend the money if big portions of the program are out of date or no longer relevant.

I decided to respond in video form, for a change of pace.  In the video, I answer David’s question and take you inside the Forever Affiliate program to give a full breakdown of what can be expected.

Forever Affiliate continues to be valid and relevant in 2014 and beyond. 

I’d almost wager to say it is even more relevant now, with posts like this one from Google SEO expert Matt Cutts on Jan 20th, 2014, declaring that guest blog posting for SEO purposes is dead.

The core FA course is a very white hat, low risk methodology for gaining organic traffic and rankings, which is super important as Google continues to penalize sites that have used more gray/black hat methods to game the system.

Forever Affiliate Bonuses

For anyone that is interested in purchasing the Forever Affiliate program, if you do purchase through my affiliate link, I put together a few bonuses to sweeten the deal.

I will provide you with my own personal notes that I took when I went through the program.  It is a full 17 page electronic document that you can utilize as you watch the videos in the program and can customize things to match your own style.

In addition, I put together a Forever Affiliate Bonus Tips guide to highlight some of my own personal suggestions that I believe will increase your chances for success.  They are tips that I implemented in my own Forever Affiliate niche site that helped to achieve and increase sales.

I’m happy to report that as of right now, I have 8 sales and counting on that site, totaling $317.84.

As of right now, I have 11 pieces of content on that site.  I continue to add backlinks to that site by commenting on related blog posts at the rate of about 5 per week on average and have plans to add additional content at the rate of about 1 new article per month, targeting additional long tail phrases to bring in additional traffic.  I am also working on keyword research for additional FA style sites right now and am considering creating a new site around the same product.

I hope this post/video helped to answer David’s question and also helped to alleviate concerns from anyone considering the Forever Affiliate program in 2014 and beyond.  It remains an awesome program and at only $97 it is an amazing value for anyone wanting an all inclusive, step-by-step guide on how to get started making $$ with affiliate sites.

If you have any questions at all about the program or affiliate sites in general, as always, feel free to drop a comment below or send me an email directly.

If you do purchase through my Forever Affiliate link, I sincerely thank you ahead of time!  To get the free bonuses, just forward me your email receipt to chris “@” nichesitetools.com and I’ll send them to you right away.

For any folks that purchased through my link previously, thank you as well!  Unfortunately, I have no way to know who you are, so please forward your previous email receipt as well and I’ll send them right out!

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David February 25, 2014 at 9:33 am

Thanks Chris! I really appreciate the response post and video. That helps a lot.

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Chris February 25, 2014 at 3:33 pm

Excellent, glad to assist. Let me know if you have any other specific questions and best of luck with your niche sites!
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