# The Super Affiliate Blueprint

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keep the above things in mind and you’ll be able to find that sense of balance you’ve
Every super affiliate starts somewhere. Some of them started in the 1990s when
things were messier and more experimental. Some of them started three months ago
and did everything right as they worked their way up. Whatever you attempt to do,
know that when you get started, you won’t make a fortune on day one. It will take
time to be successful. That’s exactly why I put the mindset chapter first. It’s that
important. This business can be extremely discouraging if you don’t already know
that it will take time and a bit of failure before something good happens.
But, when you’re ready to get started and have the confidence you need to invest
into the business, it is time to stop wondering what will happen and start pouring your
energy into getting something done.
The Money
Okay, I’ve been making you wait long enough. Let’s get into the thing you really want
to know. How much money can you make as a super affiliate? You already know
that there are millionaires out there, making massive fortunes doing this. But, what
does it take to do the same thing? Let’s take a look at a simple formula that most of
us use:
(Traffic) x (Conversion Rate ) x (\$ per Customer) x (# of Transactions) = Payday
Yup, there is math, but don’t worry – it’s not nearly as complicated as it seems.
Basically, what you see above is a simplified version of everything we do. The
amount of traffic you get, the conversion rate of that traffic, the amount you can
make per customer and the number of transactions you pull off will equal your total
payday. This is actually a formula I found in a Brad Sugars book from a decade or so
ago, but it works well for just about any of us.
Here’s a simple example of a weight loss website:
Traffic – 1,000 Hits Per Day
Conversion Rate – 0.40% (1 in 250 customers buys something)
\$ per Customer - \$22.50
# of Transactions – 1.5 (The number is higher than 1 because you have an
email list that can upsell additional products to prospects later down the line)
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