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The Complete Guide to Affiliate Marketing on the Web: How to Use It and Profit from Affiliate Marketing Programs Paperback – April 20, 2008
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Bruce C. Brown is an award-winning author of more than ten books as well as an active duty Coast Guard officer, where he has served in a variety of assignments for more than 26 years. Bruce is married to Vonda and has three sons: Dalton, Jordan, and Colton. His previous works include: He holds degrees from Charter Oak State College and the University of Phoenix. He currently resides in North Carolina.
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There are some things that are confusing to a newbie such as "affiliate tracking" that isn't clearly explained, but (I'm old school) I have noticed that it is typical of writers in this day and age to assume that the readers understand most everything the author is talking about. Even when I took web design classes at a local college the instructors assume ALL students are millenials (I'm a gen X) and will not explain in more detail unless asked.
Though I like the book and would recommend it, I have been on the hunt basically for an instruction manual (haven't found one yet and don't think I will in this day and age). But the author does give good info about getting into affiliate marketing on both sides. Though I recommend it, it won't be the last book I buy.
Good for newbies, boring for those who are intermediate to pro. That's about it in a nutshell.