Hey! So, I have a lot of useful information and energy for focusing on ClickBank affiliate marketing. Just wondering if anyone is doing this right now and has any last minute tips before I take a deep dive? I feel like this could go either way.. I've read posts from a lot of people here saying affiliate marketing is pointless and won't work in the long term. I've read posts from a handful of people who are seemingly killing it and have been for a while. I'm planning to follow Marcar's guide on this which includes a lot of information I already knew, he's done an awesome job of putting it in a nice order that's perfect for people with OCD ;P Marcar says: "It's not unrealistic to launch an MNS per day". Seems doable with autoblogging and some of the tools available from the vendors on CB. I've been here on BHW for a week now and have been encouraged to study programming, which I'm loving! But, whilst I keep focusing on building this knowledge (which is gonna take TIME), I'd like to have some kind of project running that I can keep building to get some extra income coming in and help fund future projects. Creating a few Micro Niche Sites seems like a great idea, this post right now is just the last thing I'm doing to try and help myself to take action. I suppose I'm hesitant because of failure in the past.. I've tried a few things online over the last 10 years and have never seen any success. I really am just trying to prove to myself that I can make just $1. If I can make that I can make $100.. and eventually my target of $500 extra a month. I don't think this is a big target and really should be achievable. If you have any advice that can help I'd love to hear it. This isn't supposed to be my BIG business project, that is the reason I chose to study programming. This is supposed to be a test of what I can do and if it's actually doable. I feel like I have all the tools to do well.. but I just can't seem to choose a path. Is CB affiliate a wise one?