How to make $XX-$XXX in a day with $0

BigBangTheory

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How to make $XX-$XXX in a day with a $0 investment ($1+ optional for domain name).

What you'll need?
+An Amazon Associates account
+A Twitter account
+A Facebook account
+An Addmefast account
+A Reddit account
+A Pinterest account
+A disposable email (http://mailinator.com)
+A blogger blog/Tumblr blog
+Time
+A domain name (optional)

First of all I'd like to say this method is sort of a combination of many methods and I am writing this not only to help remind myself but to give back to the community and maybe help some people out. Huge shout out to meathead1234 and his method for without him this method wouldn't be possible :).

This method relies strongly on events or deals. With this method, you aren't advertising just a single product or niche, but sales as a whole. It doesn't really matter what the user buys, so finding a niche or keywords is not necessary. You're really just advertising a site. Amazon is only an example of the kind of sites you can use this for. Obviously Amazon isn't always running deals, but the theory is the same. Walmart, eBay, Newegg, are just a few example this method could work for.

To start: Find a savings event or site wide deal (i.e Black Friday, Christmas Shopping, Prime Day, etc.) and go put yourself in the conversation. For this method I will be using the example of Prime Day since it's already over.

To do this you will first need to rewrite an article about the event/deal. You can use http://google.com/news and find a well-written article. If you can't rewrite a short article then just spin it and make sure it doesn't sound abnormal. This shouldn't take more than 5-10 minutes. I like to use Evernote to write and rewrite.

Once you have your article rewritten head on over to Blogger and create a blog just for this event. Post the article and add related tags, use call to actions and insert your affiliate link no more than 4 times throughout the whole article (this includes picture links). If you're wondering why just 4 it's because we are using free hosting and you don't want to raise suspicion. If you attach a custom domain I think it's a little more flexible. You can also use Tumblr for this method.

Add photos to your post. You don't have to add a bunch even just 1 will do. You can attach your affiliate links to the pictures so that if someone clicks it they'll go to the event. Remind them that this event/deal is only around for a limited time/perhaps even in the title of the article.

Make sure your blog looks nice. Find a good template if you're using Blogger. Tumblr's default them is fine.

Now once your site is all set up and looks attractive we're going to spread it across the internet.

My advertising method consists of:

1. Post to Reddit. For example Prime Day had it's own subreddit, I also posted to /r/deals. Don't worry about replies.

2. Log into Addmefast and earn the minimum for the daily bonus. Use the points to have accounts spam your link with twitter posts and a lead in and related hashtags, like #primeday #deals (the more the better, you can also vary the comments and set a minimum number of twitter posts with certain text and hashtags). Shorten the URL if you didn't buy a custom domain. You can also use a macro to gain points for Addmefast quickly.

3. Post to Pinterest, be sure to use a lot of tags.

4. Start manually commenting on as many Google News articles as you can handle. This is where the Twitter/Facebook accounts come in handy because you can just sign-in to a lot of blogs to comment using these 2 websites (which means you don't have to sign-up to the blog just to post). But sometimes you will need to sign up which is where mailinator comes in handy. You can sort by time and choose the last hour but I noticed that commenting on the featured/popular articles gives quicker results (and some of these events/deals that you're advertising are time sensitive, so every second counts).

You can buy traffic too but it's not necessary to see conversations.

This method is only available for free on BlackHatWorld. I ask you politely to please not post this anywhere else.
 
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Very nice method. I have actually been doing something very similar on Pinterest, I might now spread to Tumblr as well.

Are you adding these sites to your Amazon's Associates Dash?
 
Nice method OP. But where to get details of upcoming evets. As I'm from India I dont know about any events in western countries.
 
Not a bad method.

Thank you :)!

Very nice method. I have actually been doing something very similar on Pinterest, I might now spread to Tumblr as well.

Are you adding these sites to your Amazon's Associates Dash?

Thank you and glad to hear it! I'm afraid I'm not sure what you mean, can you elaborate a little more?

Nice method OP. But where to get details of upcoming evets. As I'm from India I dont know about any events in western countries.

Thanks! Well most deals are seasonal (Thanksgiving, Christmas, season changes, etc.) but you can head on over to http://www.google.com/news and look for website deals using keywords like "Amazon Deals" or "eBay Deals" Just keep your eyes open with news from the west. Some website have year-round deals that you can promote.
 
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So you take advantage of the trend the same day....glad this has been posted again but with a bigger approach :)

Yes exactly thanks :D! And the great thing to me is that you just have to work one day and that's it if you want to.
 
very smooth sir. just wanted to know that we are going to only promote amazon's deal ? & what do you mean by call to auction? & how can i keep myself updated that when are the big days or events coming?
 
very smooth sir. just wanted to know that we are going to only promote amazon's deal ? & what do you mean by call to auction? & how can i keep myself updated that when are the big days or events coming?

Thank you! Well to answer your questions,

1. You can promote Amazon deals, yes. It's really up to you what you spend your time to promote. Prime Day was just an example and it has ended but for example:

Looking for Prime Day Deals?

Thanks for stopping by! Prime Day 2015 has ended, but if you are looking for great deals right now, you can:
  • Join Prime to enjoy early access to Lightning Deals, unlimited photo storage, plus exclusive access to movies, music and Kindle books.
  • Shop Today's Deals--check out the Deal of the Day and top Lightning Deals.
  • Sign up for daily deals e-mails so you won't miss our best deals.
  • Like us on Facebook to receive updates about deals, and exclusive Amazon content.
  • Follow @amazondeals on Twitter. We'll tweet about all our Deals of the Day, and Lightning Deals.
  • Install the Amazon mobile app and shop our deals from anywhere, no matter where you are.
  • Install the Amazon 1Button App and put special Amazon features right at your fingertips.

There's deals there that can be promoted any day. Something like: "Want early access to Lightning Deals?"/"Try Prime for free today! Experience all the benefits!" You need to draw the user in. You could make it sound like there's a bigger "event" going on than there actually is. The whole point of this method is to just place a cookie on as many IPs as possible so if someone buys something you get a cut and people buy random stuff on Amazon all the time.

Hey check out these events/deals! > Your Site > Amazon

But of course this method works best with big events like "Black Friday," etc. I think you know what I mean. As far as to where to find those events, keep your eyes and ears open.

2. A call to action is like what I posted above: "Get lightning fast deals today! Go to www.yourwebsitename.com!" This isn't the greatest example but it's about leaving a comment enticing the viewer.

3. http://www.reddit.com/r/deals

4. Check this out:

http://www.reddit.com/r/deals/comments/3df1za/us_microsoft_store_one_day_only_sale/
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/affiliates

I don't know if you'd be accepted right away but that's the kind of "syncing" I mean. Microsoft is running a store one day sale today, so if you were a Microsoft affiliate and you then promoted the store wide deal... that could be pretty lucrative. This is just an example.
 
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Thank you! Well to answer your questions,

1. You can promote Amazon deals, yes. It's really up to you what you spend your time to promote. Prime Day was just an example and it has ended but for example:

Looking for Prime Day Deals?

Thanks for stopping by! Prime Day 2015 has ended, but if you are looking for great deals right now, you can:
  • Join Prime to enjoy early access to Lightning Deals, unlimited photo storage, plus exclusive access to movies, music and Kindle books.
  • Shop Today's Deals--check out the Deal of the Day and top Lightning Deals.
  • Sign up for daily deals e-mails so you won't miss our best deals.
  • Like us on Facebook to receive updates about deals, and exclusive Amazon content.
  • Follow @amazondeals on Twitter. We'll tweet about all our Deals of the Day, and Lightning Deals.
  • Install the Amazon mobile app and shop our deals from anywhere, no matter where you are.
  • Install the Amazon 1Button App and put special Amazon features right at your fingertips.

There's deals there that can be promoted any day. Something like: "Want early access to Lightning Deals?"/"Try Prime for free today! Experience all the benefits!" You need to draw the user in. You could make it sound like there's a bigger "event" going on than there actually is. The whole point of this method is to just place a cookie on as many IPs as possible so if someone buys something you get a cut and people buy random stuff on Amazon all the time.

Hey check out these events/deals! > Your Site > Amazon

But of course this method works best with big events like "Black Friday," etc. I think you know what I mean. As far as to where to find those events, keep your eyes and ears open.

2. A call to action is ls like what I posted above: "Get lightning fast deals today. Go to www.yourwebsitename.com". This isn't the greatest example but it's about leaving a comment enticing the viewer.

3. http://www.reddit.com/r/deals

4. Check this out:

http://www.reddit.com/r/deals/comments/3df1za/us_microsoft_store_one_day_only_sale/
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/affiliates

I don't know if you'd be accepted right away but that's the kind of "syncing" I mean. Microsoft is running a store one day sale today, so if you were a Microsoft affiliate and you then promoted the store wide deal... that could be pretty lucritive. This is just an example.

thanks alot for your detailed reply i am going to pm you if i get stuck anywhere when i will try this will you reply there or not ? :3
 
thanks alot for your detailed reply i am going to pm you if i get stuck anywhere when i will try this will you reply there or not ? :3

No problem :D! I'm just happy to be able to give back. Sure you can PM me if you need to!
 
Nice Idea..Can work this out with some time in hand..:)

Thanks for the idea mate!! :)

:drinking2 Cheers! You're welcome.

Remember to make the viewer interested.

Also guys! I'd like to let you know that Mass Scraper works well with this method too for some quick traffic.
 
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