Ricky from INCOME SCHOOL TEARS DOWN my Affiliate Marketing Website

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In this video Ricky from Income School shares his thoughts on my latest affiliate marketing website, BESTROOFBOX.COM.

Ricky is an Internet Marketing Expert and generates an impressive full-time income from his sites. Be sure to check out his YouTube channel..

Income School on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCytOqtKYpACcWMD14UjhSeQ

Income School on the web (include Project 24 Training): https://www.wpeagle.com/incomeschool

The BESTROOFBOX.COM complete playlist (includes earnings videos): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BBXepO33ag&list=PLOnRcB5hR6gLL_HAeU_LDOcxt76XOP8JK

Love to know your thoughts on this. See you in the comments!

#incomeschool #affiliatemarketing #wordpress

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  • Keith Byrne
    Posted at 15:23h, 17 July

    Yes ! My two favorite WordPress YouTubers 🙂 Love the collab

  • Saver Deals Online
    Posted at 15:23h, 17 July

    Great insights and positive feedback on where improvements could be implemented. Great video.

  • Bachchar Yassine
    Posted at 15:37h, 17 July


  • Bradbury Robinson
    Posted at 15:52h, 17 July

    Some interesting points that Ricky makes, it must be difficult having somebody else critique your projects but he seems to give very fair and constructive feedback. I was particularly interested in his earlier points about widening the funnel of potential visitors by making more general content and a minor point he made about not being so upfront about sell, sell, sell, making things a little more contextual and contained within high quality content. It's certainly something I've been looking at doing a bit with my own site recently as I was/am in a niche which is very much focused on snagging the visitor and passing them on, as quick as you can. All food for thought!

  • JP in Fuerteventura
    Posted at 16:17h, 17 July

    Well done on getting Ricky to review the site Alex

  • Pastor Duke Taber
    Posted at 16:45h, 17 July

    This is a perfect example of the informational model of building websites vs. buyer intent model of building websites. Why does it matter? More traffic doesn't mean more money. My informational site gets around 7 dollars per 1000 and Income School gets around 15 bucks per 1000 according to their videos. My affiliate site gets 112 dollars per 1000. That is not selling courses or having my own products. Just from Amazon. So, it all depends on how you want to approach monetization. There is no right way or wrong way and I question those that say otherwise.

  • Carl Broadbent
    Posted at 17:12h, 17 July

    This is some of the best advice you could have got Alex. I totally agree with Ricky's thinking about content. Articles about different topics like 25 Best Mountain Biking Tracks in the US would get you the volume then insert a discrete link. Like. I pack all my extra gear in a Thurl XL 100 Roof box. Etc You're off to a great start Alex and plenty of room for improvement. Every day is a school day 🙂 Nice review Ricky.

  • iDev - Fortnite
    Posted at 21:42h, 17 July

    20:43 I'd suggest you switch the text side with the image so the timestamp doesn't distract/get in the way.

  • Stephanie Carpenter
    Posted at 22:07h, 17 July

    Oregon has excellent biking and outdoor adventures too just FYI Alex.
    I would be glad to share some great spots.

  • Stephanie Carpenter
    Posted at 23:04h, 17 July

    Great stuff moving forward 👍

  • R7 eagle
    Posted at 02:57h, 18 July

    Alex. You are correct. Ricky gave you a lot of information to think about. He really went into depth with his opinions about your site. I think I would have to look at the video several times before I start to implement changes. It would be interesting to make some of the changes he recommended and then track the response just to see how the changes "helped" your site. He did make some valid points along with some positive changes. Test and see.

  • Mower Man
    Posted at 13:36h, 18 July

    Great video nice to see my testimonial being used!

  • Dash277
    Posted at 21:07h, 20 July

    Very helpful interview! I suppose you could then funnel your own traffic to your own "Best Rooftop Box" type articles by using this method. On top of the sprinkled in links in your information articles.

  • Game Prey
    Posted at 02:24h, 21 July

    Great stuff…thanks a lot. I really learned how to use the funnel driven articles.. feels like a lightbulb came on.

  • bluefuzecom
    Posted at 02:42h, 21 July

    There’s some good advice… however, why does he keep talking about bicycles and biking? This is a site about roof cargo boxes. Am I missing something here?

  • Stephen Moss
    Posted at 01:32h, 22 July

    This is an phenomenal video. Thank you being open to having project 24 reviewing your site. Very brave and smart.

    You definitely have elevated your integrity and I appreciate your willingness to provide first rate content.

  • Dale Neff
    Posted at 02:08h, 22 July

    I wanted to watch 4 days ago but just now got the chance. I loved the tear down. Both tear downs you had done.Lots of great advice in both. This is the reason I have come to enjoy your channel. You share these in-depth reports and that shows what a good teacher/instructor you are. Thank you.

  • Josh Koop
    Posted at 12:20h, 22 July

    Interested in Project24 I would feel blessed if you used my referral – https://incomeschool.com/Joshkoop/P24

  • Enda McLarnon
    Posted at 20:12h, 22 July

    It is always worthwhile getting a few opinions on a website. Ricky however in my opinion basically said that "I wouldn't have started from here." Income school have a certain style, whereas the style of people like Doug Cunnington is a slightly different method.
    Like Pastor Duke, I am of the opinion that there is no right or wrong way, and the approach will differ depending on what niche you are in. With regards to the roof top box site, it was easy to spot the long paragraphs and lack of images to break up blocks of text. The content of the articles is good.
    I think you have a winner with this one Alex and I wouldn't change a great deal of what you are doing now.
    There is a lot of talk about information articles, but for me they need to bring buyers, and not visitors unless you are going after ads. It would be better to write an article on how to fix a crack in a roof box, rather than cycling or mountain bike routes. People looking for those will already have a roof box.

    Those with a crack in their roof box might be tempted to buy a new one.

    If you are an Amazon affiliate like me, you are limited with both time and money, so you have to pick what you write. That means being selective and getting potential buyers to your site rather than tire kickers. So for me list posts work well, product reviews work well and informational posts that attract buyers work well. e.g how to fix a broken shower hose is a great article if you want to recommend other shower hoses, whereas, how does a shower work is probably a research question for some kid's homework

  • Derek Tanner
    Posted at 23:39h, 22 July

    I'm not a project 24 member but I watch the weekly videos income school uploads. They have very useful advice that I've applied to my site and I have actually since seen a boost in traffic. They've even, brutally, given a quick review of my site in one of their videos. Great, honest guys.

  • Fox Run Environmental Education Center
    Posted at 11:20h, 23 July

    I found your video because it was a recommended video on my sidebar. I do follow Income School and think Jim and Ricky have a lot of good solid advice. Thought Ricky was spot on – well-developed content and a youtube channel are the way to go. I am also on this path. Good luck and thanks for the video.