Author: Jude Banks

Avid online marketer and blogger, here to share internet marketing tips and insights. I'm on a mission to bridge the gap between knowledge and profit. If your goal is to secure your future with online marketing, we are like-minded! I hope my blog will help with your journey. Thanks for dropping by and visit again soon! Let's connect! ~ Jude

Affiliate Summit 2019, Las Vegas USA

Affiliate Marketing Road Sign

Affiliate Summit has been connecting affiliate marketers for 15 years.

If you are an online marketer, or aspiring to be one and happen to be in Las Vegas or nearby, the conference dates are January 6 – 8, 2019.

If you missed it, I have posted a video of a presentation by Neil Patel…

Take Inspired Action To Achieve Success

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Would you like to learn how to make a living online with your own affiliate business? One thing for sure, it requires desire and focus. I know from my own experience that getting the right kind of training, information and fast support will save hours of wasted time and frustrations.

It is a cliche to say that knowledge is power. I like to think of knowledge as…

Market Pricing Strategy – Genuine Offer Or A Ploy?

real or a ploy one time offer

When shopping for goods and service, we all like to look for a good deal.   Often we are not aware of the marketing techniques being used to influence us to buy, buy, buy!  To prevent experiencing buyer’s remorse, we need to be aware of common ploys that might make an offer seem good but when examined closely it falls short or is not genuine.

A valuable skill in marketing is influencing people to buy your product.  As marketers and sellers, having an effective pricing strategy can increase sales.

Digital Altitude Internet Business Temporary Shutdown


A Federal Court ordered the temporary shutdown of Digital Altitude, Aspire Ventures, Rise Systems Enterprises.  Charges were laid against the owners for making false claims that members would be given ‘individualized’ coaching to earn big money.

The FTC alleges that the claims by the company was more about selling more expensive membership levels than providing individual coaching.