Affiliate Buzz #178 – How A Husband And Father Of Two Grew A Successful Affiliate Marketing Business From Home

In this edition of the Affiliate Buzz audio newsletter James Martell, successful publisher, speaker and author and his wife and co-host Arlene Martell talks with Chris Mulnar from HalloweenAlliance.com and ThemeAParty.com as they discuss how he grew a successful business from home.

Chris shares how he got started with his website HalloweenAlliance.com in 2007 as he first stepped into affiliate marketing. With the purchase of his new website he had a lot of work before him getting the site cleaned up, adding AdSense and providing an overall better site for his visitors.

Next you'll hear about the decision to build his new website ThemeAParty.com to help compensate his extremely seasonal Halloween site. You'll hear how he built the site, what tools he used and how he integrated datafeeds. If the term datafeeds is unfamiliar to you Chris takes a moment to explain how they work in the simplest of terms and how he ranks his datafeeds in the search results.

To finish of this edition of the Affiliate Buzz Chris shares a typical day as an affiliate. Working from home with a young family often entails setting a work schedule to be successful. You'll hear tips on getting ready for you work day and getting organized.

Listen to this edition of the Affiliate Buzz as James and Arlene talk with Chris about:

  • Building a successful affiliate business from home
  • Integrating datafeeds
  • A day in the life of an affiliate marketer
  • Tips for succeeding online

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2 Comments

  1. Lloyd Burrell says:

    I listened to a Coffee Talk interview between James and Chris last year so it was nice to hear an update on his progress. A great interview with lots of interesting information, particularly the stuff on datafeeds. Food for thought……

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