Most advice will suggest you create listings on multiple platforms. For example, finding a product on amazon and selling it on ebay for a profit, or clickbank, etc. This is horrible advice, sure you can make 1 or 2 dollars profit per sale, but dont forget about shipping and handling, ebay seller account fees (min. $15 a month), listing cost, and all the time you spend keeping up with your links. Not to mention, its a violation of many seller websites Terms of Service.
Most other advice is spot on, find a product that you are extremely familiar with or currently use, and promote it. It will be easy to write about the items because you use them and know all about them.
What if you dont have an item that is niche specific. For example, Legi.tk is completely based off of obtaining passive cashflow WITHOUT SPENDING MONEY, so how could I promote a product that I don’t use. Legi.tk’s primary purpose is to function without initial cost.
Well, I like to watch movies, so I could promote a movie like
Using my Ebay Partner Network affiliate link, anyone who buys this $7 movie though my affiliate link, I will get a small commission of that sale.
The reason you should promote products you know is because nobody wants to hear the same old boring stuff and generic unpersonable descriptions.
A scavenger (Daisy Ridley) and a renegade stormtrooper (John Boyega) enlist the help of legendary smugglers/freedom fighters Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and Chewbacca to transport a droid carrying information regarding the whereabouts of long lost Jedi Master Luke Skywalker to General Leia Organa of the Resistance before it falls into the hands of Kylo Ren and the First Order.
An actual personable review:
The Force Awakens begins with the capture of a ace pilot of the republic, who hid a map that leads to luke skywalker in a bb8 droid. With the help of a rogue stormtrooper, a local scavenger, General Organa, and Han Solo they fight to keep the droid from falling into the hands of the evil first order.
The movie seemed different from most star wars movies, you can see disney’s influence in throughout the movie. The villian in the film is a kid, which is also not like other star wars films. Kind of throws you off a bit. He ends up killing his Dad, Han Solo, fighting and almost losing to a storm trooper and he did infact lose to the scavenger. Seems like he had really poor sith training. The unstable lightsaber was cool though, i’ll give him that. All in all, maybe 4 out of 5 stars.