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Sticking to the English speaking market or not?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by cazzina, May 24, 2017.

  1. cazzina

    cazzina Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I do realize this might be a newbie questions, but I'm taking my chances.
    So after doing selling on Amazon and Kindle the past few years, I want to start affiliate marketing and already watched a ton of videos about it, I definitely know how to get started and everything.

    The thing is- Would you recommend to stick to the English speaking/American market? I speak fluent English so that wouldn't be a problem, but my native language is actually another one, which is why I'm thinking if I should try that one first. The problem might- While the English speaking market is huge, the market of my language would be much smaller. But there might be less competition, not sure.

    What what you recommend? Sticking to the English speaking market or not?
     
  2. rafark

    rafark Regular Member

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    Mm.. It's really a tough one and pretty much depends in your ambitions/skills/experience. I'd go for the English speaking market because I always want the biggest piece of cake because it's as huge as your imagination, we are talking about the de facto language in the Internet and global communications, in this market you can get clients from every single country; from north to south and east to west. Anything could happen when you're opened to this huge market.

    If you're not so confident you might want to try your local market but have smaller expectations than you'd have selling globally.