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Affiliate Elite

V.1.0

Software Training Manual

Developed by Bryxen Software, Inc.

All Rights Reserved World Wide ©2007

Produced by Robert Lang

Affiliate Elite Table of Contents

1. Affiliate Elite Feature Buttons And Setup ……………….1

2. Find Profitable Products To Promote …………………… 7

3. Reverse Google Search ………………………………… 21

4. Analyze Adwords Competition ………….……………… 26

5. Find Super Affiliates by Merchant ID ………………….. 50

6. Find Super Affiliates by Affiliate ID .……………………. 60

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Affiliate Elite Feature Buttons And Setup

At the top of the Affiliate Elite Main Interface are what as known as the

Feature Buttons. They are displayed as follows:

New: Creates a new project.

Open: Opens an existing project.

Save: Saves an existing project.

Pause: Temporarily stops all Affiliate Elite Processing Threads from running.

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Export: Permits the data retrieved from an Affiliate Elite Project to be

exported and saved as a comma separated variable file format known as a

CSV File.

Options: For setting preferences which program how Affiliate Elite Functions.

Preferences (Options) Interface:

Select Max Number of threads: This increases the multi-tasking rate of

Affiliate Elite Processes through the maximum number of threads permitted.

You increase the maximum number of threads permitted by moving your

cursor over the slider on the slider bar and moving it to the right. You

decrease the maximum number of threads by moving your cursor over the

slider to the left.

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Tip: Before running Affiliate Elite, open your computer’s Task

Manager. Then run an Affiliate Elite Project. Check the CPU and

Ram used by the Affiliate Elite Process running.

If there is still unused CPU and RAM Resources and you are not running any

additional programs. You can open the Affiliate Elite Preferences Interface by

clicking on the Options Feature Icon at the top of Affiliate Elite and increase

the maximum number of threads accordingly.

Run the preceding exercise until you are satisfied with the results. Computers

vary among each other and a local hardware specialist can assist you in any

upgrades you may want in order to take full advantage of Affiliate Elite.

Use speed limiter: This is used to regulate the speed of data retrieved by

Affiliate Elite. It is used primarily for Affiliate Elite to share the bandwidth of

your Internet connection with other software programs running on your

computer or local network. You can use this feature when selecting Affiliate

Elite Projects 2 to 4. It is completely optional.

You can adjust the speed of data retrieval first checking the box to the left of

the slider bar. And then by moving your cursor over the slider on the slider bar

to the right. You can decrease the speed of data retrieval by moving your

cursor over the slider on the slider bar to the left. The speed limiter gives you

the option to set the speed from 2 kilobytes per second up to 512 kilobytes per

second.

Un-checking the speed limiter check box will use your own computer’s

settings you have with regards to your Internet Settings. Meaning, if you have

broadband speeds of two-thousand kilobytes per second, Affiliate Elite will

request data retrieval at these set speeds by default.

Use SE Courtesy: Again, it is used here primarily to retain the accuracy of

data between specific third party databases used by Affiliate Elite. Affiliate

Elite does this by regulating the time between it’s data requests with third

party server responses. You will use this feature with when selecting Affiliate

Elite Projects 3 and 4.

You can adjust the time between Affiliate Elite data requests first checking the

box to the left. Then you can enter a number between 1 second and

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9,999,999 seconds. This will program Affiliate Elite to pause in between data

requests with third party servers by using the parameters you set here.

Affiliate Elite uses a numerical randomizer to select a number between the two

you have chosen each time Affiliate Elite makes a data request.

Tip: Start with a range between 2 to 4 seconds. Check the data

retrieved in the above projects respectively. If you are not

receiving the data you are requesting, increase the time of the

requests and the range as well. Meaning you would then start with 4 seconds

and 8 seconds as an example.

If you are successfully receiving the data you requested, you may also

decrease the time between data requests and range. Doing so will decrease

the time needed to retrieve all of your data requests with Affiliate Elite.

Use Google Region: You can select between the current two-hundred and

seventy-eight Google Regions to retrieve data from.

You can also choose to retrieve data from all countries and territories. There

is a short list in the drop down scrolling menu to the right. This is used for

Project 3.

Use Yahoo Region: You can select between the current twelve Yahoo

Regions to retrieve data from. There is a short list in the drop down scrolling

menu to the right. This is used for Project 3.

Allow use of PROXY servers: This is used for allotting the number of total

query request made by Affiliate Elite to the Google Servers and dividing the

requests evenly among all the PROXY servers in the PROXY List you insert

here.

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Checking the check box to the left gives you the option to add a list of proxy

servers to use for data retrieval. When the check box is checked, the Add,

Edit, and Remove Buttons become available for you customize which PROXY

server Affiliate Elite will use.

Clicking the Add Button will bring up the Add new PROXY Server Interface.

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Add new PROXY server interface: Please enter the PROXY server: Here

you type in the IP Address of the PROXY server you want Affiliate Elite to use

when connecting to third party servers for data retrieval.

port: You can enter a specific port number relative to each PROXY server you

add to your PROXY server list within the Preferences section of Affiliate Elite.

The number is given by the administrator of the PROXY server.

Tip: Do a search in Google for “free Proxy server list” and then visit

some of the websites listed. You can usually get a few hundred of

them, as well as their current status of operation. They are free to

use.

Clicking on the Edit Button will also bring up the Add new PROXY server

interface where you can make changes to each of your PROXY server listings

within the PROXY server frame.

The PROXY server frame lists in the order you have entered each PROXY

server. Along with the PROXY server IP Number Address, port and current

status.

Clicking on the OK Button at the bottom of the Preferences Interface will

program any new changes you have made to Affiliate Elite. Clicking the

Cancel Button will cancel any changes you have made in the Preferences

Interface.

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Find Profitable Affiliate Products To Promote

The Affiliate Elite New Project Interface is the first window you see when

starting Affiliate Elite.Here is where you decide which project type you would

like to run. There are four to choose from. Step 1: Select the project type you

would like to run.Use the drop down menu to select which project type you

want to run. There are four choices.

1. Find Profitable Affiliate Products To Promote.

2. Reverse Google Search

3. Analyze Adwords Competition

4. Find Super Affiliates

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Select number one Find Profitable Affiliate Products To Promote from the drop

down menu. Then click on the OK Button at the bottom of the Affiliate Elite

Application Interface.

You will now see the Main Interface of Affiliate Elite. There’s several columns

in the top frame of the Main Interface. We will now go through each one and

what the data and it is in each column.

The first column has a pound sign. This list in numerical order the number of

products available within each respective affiliate network. You are currently

looking at the Click Bank Market.

The next column to the right is titled, Category. This column lists the specific

category each product has been classified by the merchant. As always, if you

click on the title at the top of any of the columns, you can sort the data in

ascending and descending values.

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The next column to the right is titled, Title. This is the title of the product to

which the merchant has named his or her product or service within the Click

Bank Marketplace.

The next column to the right is titled, Description. Just like a search engine,

the merchant has described his or her product within the Click Bank

Marketplace.

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The next column to the right is titled, Merchant ID. This column lists the ID the

merchant gave him or herself when he or she registered their merchant

website with Click Bank. The merchant ID is very important, because it will be

used in future projects within Affiliate Elite.

The next column to the right is titled, Merchant Site. Clicking on any row

within this column will fill the lower frame with the merchant’s website, when

the Merchant Details Tab is selected.

The next column to the right is titled, Days in CB. This column lists the

number of days the merchant’s website was registered within the Click Bank

Marketplace.

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The next column to the right is titled, Rank. This column lists in numerical

order the popularity of the merchant’s website within the Click Bank

Marketplace. It is based on visitor traffic.

The next column to the right is titled, Gravity. This column list in a numerical

number assigned to the merchant’s website, based on the number and

frequency of sales minus product returns.

The next column to the right is titled, Earnings per Sale. This column list the

actual earnings each affiliate has made selling the merchant’s products or

services. It is calculated by taking total sales minus returns, minus sales

transaction costs, equals earnings per sale.

The next column to the right is titled, Percent per Sale. This column lists in a

percentile value how much each affiliate has made from the sale of the

product or services of the respective merchant website.

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The next column to the right is titled, Reffered. This column lists in a

percentile value the amount of sales attributed to the entire total number of

affiliates selling the merchants products or services.

The next column to the right is titled, Commission. This column lists in a

percentile value the amount of money the merchant has set for click bank to

pay each of it’s affiliates.

To the right of the Affiliate Elite mean interface is a section titled, Filter Entries.

This allows you to filter the products and services you want to promote by a

list of filters. The first filter is titled, Category. This is displayed as a drop

down menu showing all the categories registered within the Click Bank

Marketplace.

The next filter is titled, Subcategory. Within each category is a list of

subcategories best displayed with the drop down menu where you can select

the appropriate sub category within each category of that Click Bank

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Marketplace.

The next filter is titled, Rank In. This filters displayed with a drop down menu

where you can choose a greater than value to filter the ranking position of all

of the merchant products and services within the Click Bank Marketplace.

The next filter is titled, Earn Percentage. This filter is used to select products

and services within a percentile range of earnings per sale.

The next filter is titled, Earn Dollars. This filter is used to filter products and

services within the Click Bank Marketplace based on a range of money

earned per sale.

The next filter is titled, Gravity. This filter is used to select products and

services within the Click Bank Marketplace based on the gravity weight

assigned to each merchant’s website.

The next filter is titled, Days in DB. This filters used to select products and

services within the Click Bank Marketplace based upon the amount of days

the merchant’s website has been registered within the Click Bank Database.

The next filter is titled, Contains the Words. This filter is used to select

products and services within the Click Bank Marketplace based upon the

keywords used in the title and or description of the merchants products and

services.

The next filter is titled, Click Bank ID Search. This filter is used to select

products and services specific to a merchant ID. Only the websites which are

associated to this merchant’s ID will be displayed in the upper frame of the

Affiliate Elite Main Interface.

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The next section within the Affiliate Elite Main Interface are the Graph Tabs

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at the bottom of the lower frame. The first tab is titled, Merchant Details. This

displays the actual website of the merchant within the Click Bank Marketplace.

The next tab is titled, Rankings. This displays in the lower frame a graph

showing the historical ranking position of each merchant’s website which is

highlighted in the upper frame of the Affiliate Elite Main Interface. Only one

row in the upper frame can be displayed in the lower frame at any given time.

You will notice to the right of the graphs the magnifying glasses with a minus

or a plus sign beside them. Clicking on the minus or plus sign will expand the

number of days the graph is displaying. You can display up to ninety days of

graphical data within any of the tabs listed at the bottom of the lower frame

within the Affiliate Elite Main Interface. You can also use the scroll bar just

above the tabs to go back in time and see the graphical data from an earlier

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date.

You’ll see below the list of tabs another row of tabs. This role lists all of your

current projects you have been working on within this session of using Affiliate

Elite. You can click on to any one of the tabs and move from project to project

within Affiliate Elite.

The next tab to the right is titled, Gravity. This graph displays the historical

gravity of the merchant’s website. As you may be noticing, the lower frame

lists the historical values of each of the columns in the upper frame of the

Affiliate Elite Main Interface.

The reason for this is, it is not enough to know the current information of each

merchant’s website as shown in the upper frame of the Affiliate Elite Main

Interface. We need to see the historical data of each column to make a better

decision on whether or not the merchant’s products and services are

profitable to promote.

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If we study the historical information of the merchant’s website, we can further

see if they are stable and there is an ever increasing demand for the

merchant’s products and services. What you are looking for are products and

services displaying a consistent and increasing demand within the Click Bank

Marketplace. This will be shown by a graph moving up words within the

Gravity Tab.

The next tab to the right is titled, Earned per Sale. This graph displays the

historical earned per sale information concerning the merchant’s products or

services.

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The next tab to the right is titled, Reffered. This graph displays the historical

percentage of affiliate’s sales volume represented by a percentile value the

total aggregate amount of sales for the merchants products and services.

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The next tab to the right is titled, Percent per Sale. This graph displays in

historical value the percentage per sale the affiliate earned from selling the

merchants products or services.

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The next tab to the right is titled, Commission. This graph displays in

historical value the commission represented as a percentage, which the

merchant was offering each affiliate to sell his or her own products or services.

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The next tab to the right is titled, RAW Data. This tab displays all the

graphical historical data of all the past tabs in a column of each respective

graphical tab.

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Reverse Google Search

This project is used to find all the keywords a respective website is using in

their Google Google Pay Per Click AdCampaigns. This powerful feature of

Affiliate Elite puts you immediately on top. And can save you years in the time

and expertise, which is needed to develop a high paying keyword list for

Google Google Pay Per Click AdCampaigns.

In the Affiliate Elite New Project Interface under Step One Select the project

you would like to run, select in the drop down box number two Reverse

Google Search. In step two Select domain you want to search, insert the

domain you are interested in retrieving all of the successful keywords this

website is using in their Google Google Pay Per Click AdCampaigns.

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Then click on the OK Button.

You will now see the Affiliate Elite Main Interface of Project Two Reverse

Google Search. There are several columns which are displayed. We will go

through them now and what the data means in each column.

The first column has a pound sign at the top. This column lists in numerical

order the number of keywords found, which the website was using for their

Google Google Pay Per Click AdCampaigns.

The next column to the right is titled, Keywords. This column lists all the

keywords the website was using for their Google Google Pay Per Click

AdCampaigns.

The next column to the right is titled, Type. This column displays two

statements. The first statement is titled, Adwords Listings. This means the

corresponding keyword under the keyword column was displaying a Google

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Pay Per Click Adfor the website you are searching for.

The next statement is titled, Organic Listings. This means a corresponding

keyword under the keyword column was displaying an indexed position of the

website you are searching for within the google search engine indexing

results.

The next column is titled, position. This column lists the position of the Google

Pay Per Click Adwhich is being displayed within the keyword market of the

website you are searching for.

The next column is titled, Title. This column lists the title within each Google

Google Pay Per Click Adbeing placed within the respective keyword market

found under the keyword column.

The next column to the right is titled, Body One. This column lists the first

section of the websites pay per click ad.

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The next column to the right is titled, Body Two. This is the second sentence

found in the website’s Google Pay Per Click Ad.

The next column to the right is titled, URL. This column lists the URL the

website’s Google Pay Per Click Ad is pointing to. This information is very

useful to you, because it will show you the second sales mechanism the

website is using to bring in money from sales of products and services through

their website. The URL is usually a highly crafted landing page specifically

designed to convert visitors into paying customers.

You now can match the exact highly successful and profitable Google Pay Per

Click Ad of the websites with the highly successful converting landing page.

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By clicking on the title at the top of the position column, you can sort and find

the number one positioned high paying and high converting keywords this

website is using. You can then highlight those keywords, right click and copy

to the clipboard. You can then go directly to Project Three, Analyze Adwords

Competition and paste these keywords in the Add Keywords Interface.

Then you’ll be able to start seeing the exact dates and times this website as

well as all other website advertisers have been using their Google Pay Per

Click Ad Campaigns to make the most money from these exact keyword

markets.

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Analyze Adwords Competition

Welcome to the Affiliate Elite Video Training Series this section is titled,

Analyze Adwords Competition . Click on the new icon at the top of the

Affiliate Elite Main Interface. You’ll see the Affiliate Elite New Project

Application Interface will appear.

Under Step One Select the project type you would like to run, selected

number Three Analyze Adwords Competition in the drop down menu. Step

Two click OK to continue. You are now in the Affiliate Elite Main Interface of

Project Three Analyze Adwords Competition .

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The first step is to click on the Ad Campaign Button. Clicking on the Ad

Campaign Button will bring up the Affiliate Elite Add New Campaign Interface.

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You will see the first section named, Campaign Title. Here you type in a name

you want your campaign to be named after.

The next section is named, Select a Search Engine. There are two ad

networks to choose from. You can either choose Google or Yahoo to analyze.

The next section is named, Select the number of times to run each keyword.

It is recommended that you keep the value here to one. When you are done

click on the OK Button. Clicking on the Cancel Button cancels this operation.

You will now notice to the left there is a drop down menu, titled, Select

campaign. You can now see your first ad campaign is properly displayed in

the drop down box. The drop down box keeps a list of all of your ad

campaigns you wish to analyze and track. Next to the Ad Campaign Button,

is the Edit Campaign bottom. Clicking on the Edit Campaign Button brings up

the Affiliate Elite Add New Campaign Interface, where you can edit to your

campaign.

Directly below the Edit Campaign Button is the Add Keywords Button.

Clicking on the Add Keywords Button will bring up another Affiliate Elite

Interface where you enter the keywords you would like to track one per line.

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When you are done click on the OK Button at the bottom of the Affiliate Elite

Interface . Clicking on the Cancel Button will cancel this operation.

You can now see in the column below titled, Keywords has been populated by

all the keywords you have added in the Affiliate Elite Add Keywords Interface.

At any time that if you wish to remove keywords from this list highlight the

keywords in this column. Then click on the Remove Keywords Button. Then

select the Yes Button to delete your keywords you have chosen to remove. If

you change your mind click the No Button.

Before analyzing your Adwords Competition click on the Options Button at

the top of the Affiliate Elite Main Interface.

Check the SE Courtesy Check Box and enter a minimum of two seconds to

six or eight seconds. If you have selected to use Google to analyze your

Adwords Competition please review your settings under the Use Google

Region Section of the Affiliate Elite Preferences Interface. This will determine

the specific region you are analyzing. If you chose Yahoo to analyze your

Adwords Competition please review your settings under the use Yahoo

region section of the Affiliate Elite Preferences Interface. When you were

done click the OK Button at the bottom of the Affiliate Elite Preferences

Interface.

The next step is to individually select the keywords you would like to analyze.

The best method is to use the control key on your keyboard and then press

the A key. This will select your entire keyword list under the Keywords

Column. Above your list of keywords you’ll see the Run Now Button. Clicking

on this button will immediately start Affiliate Elite to begin analyzing your

keyword list against all Adwords Competition . The Run Now Button will

display in a percentage how much of your keyword list has been analyzed.

When the Run Now Button displays it’s the full title, “Run Now” Affiliate Elite

has completed its task.

You will most likely be running several ad campaigns at once and therefore,

will want to use the Affiliate Elite Project Scheduler. Click on the Affiliate Elite

Project Scheduler Button found beside the Run Now Button. This will bring up

the Affiliate Elite Project Scheduler Interface.

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Here you can schedule your campaign when you want it to run and also

change the frequency of when Affiliate Elite runs your campaign.

First select the frequency that you want Affiliate Elite to run your campaign by

selecting the radio buttons of either Daily, Weekly, or Monthly. When you

were done click on the Next Button.

In the next section titled,Run the check:, choose between the three radio

buttons of Everyday, Weekdays, or Every number of days. When you are

done click on the Next Button.

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In this section titled,On the selected dates, run the task at these hours:, you

have the option of running your ad campaigns up to four times a day. You

can run your ad campaigns as close as 15 minutes apart with the Affiliate Elite

Project Scheduler.

You also have other options to setting up your Affiliate Elite Project Scheduler.

To see these options click on the Back Button two times.

Now select the Weekly Radio Button and click on the Next Button.

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You can now see you have a choice of which day you would like Affiliate Elite

to schedule running your ad campaigns. Check off which day you would like

Affiliate Elite to run on. Click on the Next Button and you’ll see you can still run

your ad campaigns up to four times on that given day of the week.

To see other options in the of Affiliate Elite Project Scheduler, click on the

Back Button two times.

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Click on the Monthly Radio Button and then the Next Button. You will now

see in the Run the check monthly on: Section, two radio buttons.

The first is titled,Day with a drop down menu where you can select between

one and thirtyminusone to decide on which day of the month you would like

Affiliate Elite to run your ad campaign. The second radio button below when

checked, presents two options noted as two drop down menus. The first drop

down menu has five options where you can select which day of the week with

in the month you would like Affiliate Elite to run your ad campaign. The

second drop down menu presents you all the days of the week where you

decide which day within the month you would like Affiliate Elite to run your ad

campaign. When you are done click on the Next Button and you’ll see you

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can still decide to run your Affiliate Elite Project Scheduler up to four times on

that given day of the month.

As you can see Affiliate Elite gives you a vast variety of project planning

schedules to make certain you have the most accurate data available for

analyzing competitors who are running Adwords Ad campaigns within your

keyword markets.

As time goes on you will see how some competitors run their ad campaigns at

different times and intervals than you originally set up in the Affiliate Elite

Project Scheduler. For this reason you may come back to the Affiliate Elite

Project Scheduler and reset your times and dates according to your keywords

that you have selected in each ad campaign. You can also run several ad

campaigns with the same keywords in order to analyze each Adwords

Competitor and the specific times and dates they’re running the same

keywords.

Once your ad campaigns have finished running through the Affiliate Elite

Project Scheduler you can review your results anytime by selecting the

specific campaign through the drop down menu in the section titled,Select

Campaign. In the bottom frame of the Affiliate EliteMain Interface of Project

Three, you will see several columns that have been populated with data. We

will now go through each column and analyze what the data means.

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The first column has a pound sign at the top. This list in numerical order the

total number of keywords within each ad campaign. The second column to

the right is titled, Keywords. This is the list of keywords associated with each

ad campaign. Clicking on the title of this column will sort your keyword list in

alphabetical order. Clicking on this title again will sort the list in descending

order alphabetized.

The next column to the right is titled, Times Ran. This lists the number of

times you have manually or through the Affiliate Elite Project Scheduler have

chosen to run Affiliate Elite Project Three, Analyze Adwords Competition .

Clicking on the title at the top of this column will sort in ascending value the

number of times Affiliate Elite has run Project Three. Clicking on this column

again will sort in descending value the number of times Affiliate Elite has run

Project Three.

The next column to the right is titled, Days Ran. This list the number of days

you have manually or through the Affiliate Elite Project Scheduler have

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chosen to run Affiliate Elite Project Three Analyze Adwords Competition.

Clicking on the title at the top of this column will sort in ascending value the

number of times Affiliate Elite has run Project Three. Clicking on this column

again will sort in descending value the number of times Affiliate Elite has run

Project Three.

The next column to the right is titled, Average Ads Found. This column lists

the average number of ads found. It is calculated by counting the number of

ads found each time Affiliate Elite runs Project Three and adding this to the

grand total, divided by the number of times ran. This result is known as the

Average Ads Found and listed in the Average Ads Found Column. Clicking

on the title at the top of this column will sort in ascending value the number of

ads found for each keyword in the Keywords Column. Clicking on the title

again will sort in descending value the number of average ads found by each

keyword in the Keywords Column.

This information is useful in determining the competitive elements within each

keyword market in the Keywords Column. The higher the number the higher

the competition and usually the higher the bidding price to place an ad in this

specific keyword market.

The next column to the right is titled, Date Added. This column records the

initial date each keyword within the keyword list was inserted into the ad

campaign you wanted to analyze. Clicking on the title at the top of this

column will sort this list in ascending value starting with the earliest date of

insertion. Clicking on this title at the top of this column again will sort your

keyword list in descending order of the dates you added the keyword to your

keyword list within your ad campaign.

The next column to the right is titled, Last Ran. This column lists the last time

you either manually or through the Affiliate Elite Project Scheduler ran Affiliate

Elite Project Three, Analyze Adwords Competition . Clicking on the title at the

top of this row will sort in ascending value the earliest time you ran any one of

the keywords within this ad campaign. Clicking on the title at the top of this

column again will sort in descending value the latest date you ran each

keyword within your keyword list.

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Click on the report view tab and you’ll see in the lower frame several columns

populated with data from running your Project Three Analyze Adwords

Competition . We will now list all of the columns and the meaning of the data

within each column.

Expansion Column. There is no title at the top of this column however, if you

click on any of the plus signs on any row, a sub list or child list of each parent

row will appear and expand where the plus sign was in the first column. As

you can see the plus sign now becomes a minus sign and when clicked on

again, will collapse the sub list. The plus sign organizes all of the relative data

related to the second column titled, Website.

The second column titled, Website, lists all the competing Adwords

Competitors by related website to all the keywords within your Ad Campaigns

Project, which can be reviewed by clicking on the keywords tab at the top of

the Affiliate Elite Project Three Main Interface.

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The next column to the right titled, keyword, lists all the keywords the

competing website is advertising on within your entire keyword list of the

current campaign you have selected in the section titled, Select campaign

within the drop down menu. When the list is expanded using the plus sign in

the first column you can see the list of keywords in the parent row adjacent to

the website title within the Website Column. Here you’ll see a numerical

number showing the total amount of keywords the competing website is using

for its own ad campaigns. This is the total amount of keywords within your

keyword list of your current running campaign.

Clicking on the title at the top of this column will sort in descending value the

highest number of keywords each competing website is using out of your total

number of keywords you inserted into your current running campaign.

Clicking on this title at the top of this column again will sort the number of

keywords each competing website is using within your entire keyword list of

your current running campaign starting with the lowest number first.

In ascending order starting with the lowest number first, this data can be very

useful in determining websites which are related to your keyword markets.

But are in no means, a competing website. You can immediately use this

information to contact these websites to possibly work in a joint venture,

merchandising the products either you have yourself, or are affiliated to; with

the products and services of these respective websites.

You may also want to use a product known as SEO Elite V.4 to analyze each

one of these website’s back linking partners. This will give you a much more

in depth picture of what kind of joint venture partners these websites are

looking for.

The next column to the right is titled, Affiliate. This column lists in a percentile

value the amount of keywords each website within the Website Column has

their specific URL of their ads containing an affiliate or tracking code.

Anything less than 100% in the Affiliate Column , means some of the

keywords they’re placing the ads on within the respective ad network you

selected to analyze; are pointing directly to their own websites.

When any of these rows are expanded by clicking on the plus sign in the first

column, you will see a yes or no listed in the Affiliate Column . A yes will

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display in the Website Column a URL with a tracking or affiliate code. This

means it is pointing to a partnered website. There are two kinds of partnered

websites. The first kind is represented by an advertising agency. Advertising

agencies use a tracking code in the URL of their ad being displayed on the ad

network to count the number of times the respective advertising agency

directed visitors to their client’s websites.

This data is highly useful in learning how professional advertising agencies

get the most out of their clients advertising dollars. And as such are expected

to compete for their clients’ business with other advertising agencies by

bringing in the highest return on investment from these advertising

campaigns. You will definitely want to track over the long term how these

advertising agencies changed the title body and frequency, as well as the time

of day and week they’re running their ads pointing to their client’s websites.

The second kind of partnered website will show an affiliate code in the URL

displayed in the expanded list under the Website Column. This is usually

noted with code that has the words Click Bank or Pay Dot Com. This data is

highly useful for determining which websites are actually affiliates of merchant

products and services found on affiliate networks. You will definitely want to

track these websites and all their keywords to determine which keywords are

the most profitable in selling merchant products and services as an affiliate.

Tip: Because the affiliates have a much less profit margin as

represented by the affiliate commission, they stand to have a higher

risk and a lower rate of return than their merchant counterparts

when placing ads within each ad network. This means each affiliate must be

even more diligent and resourceful than the actual merchants they’re selling

for.

Tip: When you find a website which as an affiliate code in it’s URL

as shown in the expanded list under the Website Column, make

sure you run this website domain in Project Two, Reverse Google

Search. This will give you all of the keywords this affiliate is running

to bring in profitable sales of all the merchant products and services they’re

selling on this specific website. You’ll also want to run Project Four with the

affiliate ID selected to find out all of the other websites this affiliate owns.

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Tip: You can then run each one of these websites this respective

affiliate owns and run each through Project Two, Reverse Google

Search to obtain absolutely every single keyword this affiliate is

using in ad campaigns. And then create an entire ad campaign with

all of this affiliate’s keywords combined and set up multiple runs daily and

weekly. Use the exact same entire keyword list of this affiliate and set up six

ad campaigns all with four different daily times running daily.

This will give you a 24 hour window where you will be able to review and track

every single move this affiliate makes and see where he or she is winning and

losing in the competitive advertising market. Then you can start to copy all the

winning ad campaigns this affiliate is making money on so you can start to

make money on the exact same methods.

Tip: If you wish to expand your business and you start tracking

several affiliate’s ad campaigns across multiple websites you are

going to need more copies of Affiliate Elite and more machines to

run them on.

The reason for this is this data must be retrieved at a pace your current

system can handle and the demands placed on the servers you are retreating

data from. Retrieving data to quickly will get your IP address number band

from retrieving data from the respective servers on the Internet. As well as

possibly freezing your machine. This is what happens when you do not use

search engine courtesy in the Preferences Interface of Affiliate Elite.

Tip: When you see 0% in the Affiliate Column , this does not mean

the website listed under the Website Column is not an affiliate of the

merchant’s products. But rather the affiliate chooses to direct traffic

from their ad campaigns to their own websites first. This is very

useful information, because if you visit the respective website, you will gain

invaluable information on how each affiliate is merchandising the merchants

products and services. And the methods they are using to convert an even

higher sales conversion ratio than the actual merchant’s website.

You’ll want to spend the careful time and consideration with each one of these

websites with a zero percentage in the Affiliate Column . First to determine

whether they are a Click Bank or Pat Dot Com Affiliate.

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And secondly, to note the merchandising methods these affiliates are using to

convert an even higher sales conversion ratio than the actual merchant’s

website of the respective products and services.

When you spend the time to analyze the actual landing page that is

associated with the actual ad which is pointing to the landing page as

evidenced under the Website Column’s URL. And you create a comparable

landing page of equal quality and visual experience for your visitors, you will

have excelled into the stratosphere of the super affiliate.

This makes Affiliate Elite a dual exercise in Project Three. One is setting up

the Affiliate Elite Project Scheduler and running all of the keywords of the

respective website which has an affiliate code pointing to a landing page. As

well as studying and tracking the ad campaigns of professional advertising

agencies through the URL tracking code underneath the Website Column in

the expanded view.

The second exercise is studying all the zero percent websites which have an

affiliate code on the landing page. And then creating a super affiliate landing

page combining all of the best methods found from all of the best affiliate

landing pages. You’ll know which ones are the best affiliate landing pages, as

evidenced by the longevity of all the ad campaigns that are running for each

keyword of the respective affiliate. And the URL address pointing to their

respective landing pages.

If you follow the advice contained herein, within two to three months of careful

study in analyzing the ad campaigns of competing websites and their landing

pages, you will not only become a super affiliate; you will be part of the

Affiliate Elite. Meaning you can then command and set your price to negotiate

more profitable affiliate agreements with merchants as well as setting your

own price for managing their own ad network campaigns. And you won’t just

be earning an income online, you’ll be dominating the affiliate industry as an

Affiliate Elite Member in a multi billion dollar industry.

The next column to the right is titled, TDF. This stands for Total Days Found.

This column lists the total number of days each website was placing an ad

under the corresponding keyword in the Keyword Column. At first you may

see the, “click to expand” statements within this column and the column to the

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right. Simply click on this statement and the rows within these two columns

will expand downwards.

Once this column is expanded, you can click on the title at the top of this

column and sort in ascending value the total days found for each keyword that

was advertised on with an ad from each respective competing website under

the Website Column. Clicking on the title again in this column will sort each

expanded list in a descending value displaying the keywords the competing

websites have been placing ads on for the longest time.

Tip: This is useful information because it shows the competing

websites are making sales either by directing visitors to the

merchant’s website or to their own landing pages. As you continue

to run your Project Three ad campaigns either manually or through

the Affiliate Elite Project Scheduler, you’ll see a significant difference between

the keywords each competing website uses in the long term to direct visitors

and convert these visitors into profitable sales. The lower the number in this

column the less likely the competing website is making the same number of

sales as keywords which showed the longest days running for the same

competing website. As you continue to track and run your projects you will

begin to see which keywords and their respective ads are being used by the

website advertiser.

The next column to the right is titled, Total Days Crawled. This column lists

the total days Affiliate Elite found the website advertisers’ ad under the

keyword phrase within the Keyword Column. Each day you run Affiliate Elite

counts as one day crawled. Clicking on the title at the top of this column will

sort in ascending value the number of days scrolled. Clicking on this title

againat the top of the column will sort this list numerically in descending order.

The next column to the right is titled, TD ratio. This column list in a percentile

value the number of times Affiliate Elite found the ad running for the website

advertiser. This is calculated by taking the corresponding number in the TDF

Column and dividing it into the TDC Column multiplied by 100.

This information is very useful, because it tells us the number of times the

website advertiser is using their ad under the keyword market within the

Keyword Column to bring sales to their website or their merchants website.

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If this number is less than 100 it means there are times the website advertiser

is not using their ad when Affiliate Eliteran your campaign to record and

analyze your Adwords competition. This means there are times that it is not

profitable to run an ad campaign.

Tip: Highlight any row under the TDC Column which has a number

in it. Right click on this number and you’ll see a window with a

statement, View Ad History. Click on View Ad History and you’ll

see Affiliate Elite Add History Interface will appear. You’ll notice that if you

select a number to right click on within the TDC Column, which is higher than

the number in the TDF column, you’ll see under the Position Column within

the Affiliate Elite Add History Interface a statement saying, not found. As

many times as the ad is not found when Affiliate Elite runs your ad campaign,

will be as many times you’ll see the statement in the Position Column . There

are four columns within the Affiliate Elite Add History Interface and we will go

through them now.

The first column has a pound sign at the top. This column lists the number of

times Affiliate Elite has ran your campaign.

The next column to the right is titled, Date. This column lists the time and

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date Affiliate Elite ran your campaign. If you click on the title at the top of this

column Affiliate Elite will display in descending order the time and date

Affiliate Elite last ran your ad campaign. Clicking on this title again at the top

of this column will sort in ascending value with the earliest time Affiliate Elite

ran your ad campaign to the latest time.

The next column to the right is titled, Position. This column lists the ad

position found to the right of the search engine indexing results of these

specific website advertisers’ ad you are now analyzing. This column is very

useful, because it can show you any fluctuations the website advertiser is

having in competing with their ads among other competing ads within this

keyword market.

If you see the ad position is consistent this has two meanings. When the

number in the Position Column is the same throughout this can mean there’s

very little competition within this keyword market. The second meaning can

be the website advertiser has presets their campaign to hold this position

within a range of payment they have pre-disposed when they set up their ad

campaign initially. This means they can pre-set a range of payments to hold a

fixed ad position in order to secure the consistent flow of visitors to the URL

placed within their ad.

If the numbers in the Position Column are quite different from each other, this

means the website advertiser has a fixed price associated to their ad. This

means the website advertiser is only willing to pay a fixed price rather than a

range of payment. When a website advertiser sets a fixed price to their ad

and other website advertisers are competing for ad positions within this

keyword market, you’ll see varying numbers in the Position Column. As

represented by the fluctuating positions the website advertiser is experiencing

to the right on the search engine indexing results page.

The next column to the right is titled, Total Ads Found. This column lists the

total number of ads found when Affiliate Elite ran your campaign. Clicking on

the title at the top of this column will sort in descending value the number of

ads that were running with the respective time and date held under the date

column. If you see different numbers within this column it means website

advertisers as a whole, have found certain times are more favorable for sales

results. And other times are less favorable for sales results.

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You’ll want a pay particular attention to this, because if you advertise at the

times that other website advertisers find favorable, you’ll have better results.

However, you will most likely pay a higher price for your ad. There may also

be a window of opportunity here for you to place an ad at a lower price were

the number of website advertisers respective to the date and time within the

Date Column are the least. You can see whether or not less competition with

the least desirable time other website advertisers have found, has changed

the sales conversion ratio within this keyword market. As the saying goes,

“nothing ventured, nothing gained.” A small investment of a few dollars will

determine whether not there are has been something missed or changed in

the keyword market other website advertisers are unaware of.

If you highlight any one of the rows in the Affiliate Elite Add History Interface,

you’ll notice in the lower frame the actual ad which was running and

associated to the website advertiser. As well as, the date and time this ad was

running. Including the position it was placed to the right of the search engine

indexing results page. After you have ran Affiliate Elite for thirty days or so,

you’ll be able to see how long each type of ad in the lower frame lasted. The

longer the better, because this demonstartes the strength of the website

advertiser’s ad to continously bring in sales.

You will also know, some ads have changed more frequently than others.

This means the ad had taken its course and could not keep the sales

conversion ratio consistent any longer. Therefore, the website advertiser will

have changed their ad and the content within it. Clicking the close button at

the bottom of the Affiliate Ad History Interface will close this window and bring

you back to the Affiliate Elite Main Interface of Project Three under the

Reports View Tab.

Tip: Click on the title at the top of the TDC Column. Next look in

the TD Ratio Column and scroll down until you find the number

one-hundred. Click on it and the list will expand. As you

remember, one-hundred represents one-hundred percent of total

days Affiliate Elite found the ad running of the website advertiser under the

Website Column.

Next look under the TDC Column and you’ll see in descending value the

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highest number to the lowest number of all the keywords underneath the

Keyword Column, the website advertiser under the Website Column was

placing an ad.

You’ll also notice under the TD Ratio Column all of these keywords and their

respective ads are all one-hundred percent. This means the website

advertiser was advertising their their ads consistently through each time

Affiliate Elite ran your campaign. The more times you run Affiliate Elite the

more accurate this information will become. And as stated before, you can

use the Affiliate Elite Project Scheduler to set up a twenty-four hour

surveillance of the website advertiser in all of their keyword markets they are

currently advertising in.

You have now hit the current website advertiser’s war chest in pay per click

advertising campaigns. By taking the highest number of total days found and

exporting the corresponding keywords under the Keyword Column to a text

file.

You will now have the major sales converting keywords used by the website

advertiser. And by right clicking any one of these rows mentioned herein, you

can view the ad history, click on any one of the rows in the Affiliate Elite Ad

History Interface. And see the exact ad, which is giving these website

advertisers their highest click through rates.

If you take this information and then study the exact landing page the ad is

pointing to, you’ll see two very important sale mechanisms being used on the

Internet today to bring in millions and billions of dollars in sales of digital

products and services. You now have the exact time tested and proven

ingredients to carry out your very own successful super affiliate online

business model.

The next column to the right is titled, First Seen. This column lists the first time

you ran a project with this keyword. Clicking on the title at the top of this

column will display in ascending order the earliest time each keyword in the

keyword list column was first tract by Affiliate Elite. Clicking on the title at the

top of this column again will display in descending order the latest time the

keywords in the keyword list column were first tracked by Affiliate Elite.

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The next column to the right is titled, Last Seen: This column lists the last time

you ran Project Three on this keyword under the Keyword Column List.

Clicking on the title at the top of this column will sort your keyword list

displaying the last time to the earliest time you ran Project Three on each

keyword within the keyword list under the Keyword Column. Clicking on the

title at the top of this column again will sort in ascending value the earliest

time year and each keyword to the latest time you ran each keyword under

the Keyword Column.

The next column to the right is titled, last position. You’ll note the statement in

this column and the next one to the right, ““click to expand” .” Clicking on this

statement will expand the rows within these two columns. You will now see

numerical numbers associated with each website domain under the Website

Column. In the column titled, last position, this number represents the actual

ad position displayed in search engine indexing results as a paid per click add

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to the right of the search engine results. Affiliate Elite records the position of

the ad the last time you ran your project.

When you have expanded each section within this column Affiliate Elite

displays in descending order the lowest position of each keyword within the

expanded keyword list respective to the website domain under the Website

Column. Clicking on the title at the top of this column will sort in ascending

value the highest position of any of the ads related to the keyword under the

Keyword Column List with a number showing it in the Last Position Column of

where the website advertiser had their ad positioned as displayed to the right

of the search engine indexing results.

The next column to the right is titled, Top Position. Again when you click on

the statement within this column named “click to expand” , you’ll see a

numerical listing displaying the Top Position recorded for any of the keywords

within the Keyword Column List related to the website domain and its ads

under the Website Column. This number related to the keyword under the

Keyword Column List is the highest position ever recorded that the ad was

placed relative to the website URL under the Website Column . Clicking on

the title at the top of this column will sort in descending value the highest

position recorded for the list of keywords related to the website domain and

the website URLs under the Website Column for each keyword listed under

the Keyword Column.

The next column to the right is titled, Average Position. Each time you run

Project Three Analyze Adwords Competition in Affiliate Elite, it will record the

last position each time and then divide by the number of times you ran Project

Three for this keyword and display it in the Average Position Column the

position of the ad related to the keyword as it appears to the right of the

search engine indexing results.

Analyzing the last three columns will give evidence to whether the website’s

advertiser is continuously holding onto the same ad position.

If you see the number in the Last Position Column is lower than the number

in the Top Position Column , this means the advertiser is losing position in

their ad campaign. This will bring in less sales to their website. If you see the

opposite occur then the website will bring in more sales, because they will be

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having more visitors since their ad is positioned higher in the search engine

indexing results to the right hand side of the page.

What you’re looking for is a consistent pattern of decline in the last position

held compared to the Top Position held if the number is higher in the Last

Position Column . This means that the advertiser is having to compete with

other website advertisers’ for the same keyword market.

Look for the row where the number in the Last Position Column and the Top

Position Column are the same. This will be where there is the least amount

of competition for these keyword markets. You can see in any expanded list

of each website advertiser the keywords they are continuously holding the

position in the same spot and positions where they are are increasing their

Top Position Ranking. These are keyword markets you want to enter into as

they are demonstrating a consistent and higher profitability to the website

owner.

Clicking on the title in the Average Position Column will sort the list in

ascending value from the Top Position as number one to lower positions such

as number 10 and 11. These advertisers’ are paying top dollar to hold these

Top Positions. The reason is they are making the most money from these ads

relative to the keywords under the Keyword Column List.

These are the keywords you will want to export to a keyword list and use

yourself in your ad campaigns to drive visitors to your websites landing pages

or to the merchant websites with your affiliate code in the URL link of your ad.

By continuously expanding the list in the last three columns and looking at the

Average Position Column in ascending value, you can find all the keywords

that are the most profitable for each one of these website advertisers.

Then you can visit each one of these websites URL landing pages to learn

how to make the same type of landing page utilizing the same type and words

in your ad to gain the highest sales conversion ratios possible as these

website’s super affiliates have done. This is what Affiliate Eliteis used for and

this is what makes Affiliate Elite very powerful in helping you to duplicate the

high success selling rates of super affiliates currently advertising with pay per

click advertising campaigns in Google and Yahoo Ad Networks.

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Find Super Affiliates by Merchant ID

The purposes of finding super affiliates are as follows:

To contact super affiliate who demonstrate outstanding marketing

skills. This is evidenced by the data we will retrieve and discuss here.

Finding super affiliates and contacting them can be useful for entering

into joint ventures to have them sell your products in the same

manner.

To see how super affiliates become super affiliates in the first place.

Affiliate Elite gives you the solid scientific evidence on how super

affiliates use their affiliate ID to make several sales everyday from just

one product.

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Project Type 4. Find Super Affiliates By Merchant ID.

Step 1: Select the project type you would like to run. Select 4. Find Super

Affiliates.

Step 2: Select how you would like to find super affiliates. There are two

methods to finding super affiliates. The first one in the drop down menu is by

Merchant ID. The second choice is by Affiliate ID.

We will start with the choice of Merchant ID first. The reason is we first need to

find all the merchants super affiliates first.

Step 3: Enter the merchant ID you would like to analyze. We obtain the

merchant IDs from our exported file from running Project Type 1. Find

Profitable Affiliate Products To Promote.

Step 4: Select the affiliate network you would like to analyze. You can

choose Clickbank or PayDotCom.

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Step 5: Limit number of pages checked per domain. Here you will see a

slider bar with increments you can select in amounts of ten to one-hundred

pages at a time. You can also move the slider on the slider bar all the way to

the right and select to retrieve all pages found on each domain.

Step 5 is very useful when you want to only find all the super affiliates of a

merchant’s website. For this purpose, set the slider to the minimum of ten.

Tip: If you think you are getting too many “Affiliate link not found”

messages under the Status Column in the Threads View Tab, start

a new project and set the slider to twenty and so on.

When you are ready click on the OK Button at the bottom of the Affiliate Elite

Application Interface. Clicking Cancel will cancel this project from running and

return you to the Affiliate Elite Main Interface.

Threads View: The next interface you will see is the Threads View Interface.

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You will see three columns. The first is titled, “Server.” This is the list of

affiliates contacted on each web server throughout the Internet.

The second column is titled, “Operation.” This column lists the tasks and

processes as they occur while Affiliate Elite is running your projects.

The third column is titled, “Status.” This column lists the status of each task

and series of processes within each web server row. And lists whether the

series of processes and tasks of each web server are completed.

Above the Threads View is a Progress Meter displaying completed tasks and

processes necessary for Affiliate Elite to complete your project.

Report View: The next interface of Affiliate Elite is called the Report View

Tab.

Clicking on this tab displays another interface with several reporting features.

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They are as follows:

Affiliate ID: This column lists all the affiliates listed at the Clickbank Affiliate

Network, which are currently found on the Internet at active websites.

Tip: If you click on any affiliate ID in this column, Affiliate Elite will

bring up the Application Interface and automatically populate the

correct information needed for you to run the second method of

Project 4. This makes it very convenient for you and this will be detailed in a

future chapter and will be discussed at that time.

Website: This is the actual website URL address Affiliate Elite has found the

corresponding Affiliate ID at.

Tip: If you click on the Affiliate ID Title at the top of the first column,

Affiliate Elite will sort the Affiliate ID List in alphabetical order

starting with numerical order first and with ascending values.

You will be able to see all the website URL addresses in the second column

named, “Website,” which are displaying the corresponding affiliate’s ID with a

link on the website page. This helps you see how many places on the web the

respective affiliate is promoting his or her affiliate ID on.

If you click on any row under this column, the lower frame you see in the

Report View Tab of Affiliate Elite, known as the Browser Interface will

populate with the actual affiliate website.

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You will see a “Home” icon at the left above the lower frame. This will take

you to the Affiliate Elite Resource Page. You will see to the right of the Home

Icon two blue arrow icons. These work just like a browser and allow you to

move backwards and forwards through the website URL addresses you have

chosen to click on and view in the Browser Interface of Affiliate Elite.

To the right is an orange stop button. This stops the webpage from loading

within the Affiliate Elite Browser Interface. To the right of the stop button is a

green refresh button. This button refreshes and reloads the current webpage

within the Affiliate Elite Browser.

To the far right of the green refresh button is a white progress meter, which

turns blue as a result of how much of the webpage has been loaded within the

Affiliate Elite Browser Interface.

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At the bottom of the Affiliate Elite Browser Interface you will notice a tab

displaying “MID:” This stands for Merchant ID and displays the current

Merchant ID you entered in the Application Interface. This helps you

understand which data you are looking at within the Report and Threads View

Tabs at the top of the Affiliate Elite Projects you are running.

Alexa Ranking: This column lists the Alexa Ranking of the actual website

domain found under the Website Column. This is useful in finding super

affiliates based upon website visitor traffic. However, please note, Alexa will

not rank sub-domains nor specific web pages. Alexa only ranks the website

domain.

Tip: Disregard any Alexa Ranking which has a sub-domain URL

address under the Website Column. The reason is some affiliates

place their affiliate ID links on web pages which are published on

sub-domains of a high Alexa ranking domain.

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The Alexa Ranking For these specific types of Website URL addresses would

not be accurate. Since Alexa only ranks the domain itself. This means to

discard this data when considering whether the affiliate is in deed a super

affiliate with many visitors coming to their website.

The data in the Alexa Rank Column is very useful when determining whether

an affiliate is in deed a super affiliate when the affiliate ID is linked to a web

page found on a domain only. This is what the Alexa Rank data is used for.

Google PR: This is the page rank Google classifies the website domain only.

It works just like the principles of Alexa Ranking, except it is based upon the

Google search engine Algorithm, which ranks websites based upon content

and popularity.

This data is useful in finding super affiliates since a high Google PR will

establish a high amount of visitor traffic. Google gives preference in indexing

position several times to websites with a high page rank.

Tip: Again disregard this data for website URL addresses which are

on sub-domains and web pages only. Websites with a high Google

PR are excellent choices when searching for super affiliates,

because they demonstrate the resources the super affiliate has to

compete with other websites found within the same product markets on the

Internet.

Google: This column lists the number of backlinks pointing to the website

address. Like the columns Alexa Rank and Google PR, it is specific to the

domain only and not the actual web page. This is useful for seeing where the

super affiliate is placing his or her affiliate ID and how many backlinks are

being counted by Google.

The higher the number of backlinks indexed by Google, the more popular the

website is and the more visitor traffic is attributed to the website where the

super affiliate places his or her own affiliate ID links.

Tip: This means the more chances and times the affiliate’s ID is

clicked on by visitors to the respective website and therefore, the

more sales they will make because of being placed on high traffic

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websites. High traffic websites have inherently a high number of backlinks

pointing to them. If you sort the Google Column data in descending order by

clicking on the Google Column Title, you can see in the Website Column

which websites are giving the super affiliate his or her visitor traffic.

Further analysis is needed, but if you use SEO Elite V.4 with this data, you

can copy the same principles for building websites the super affiliates use to

attract several sales of the merchant’s product line.

Affiliate Elite now shows you where the super affiliate is profiting. Again, this

data is only useful to the domain itself. Meaning, look only for websites where

they are owned by the super affiliate and not part of a sub-domain or web

page hosting site such as Yahoo 360 or Live.com, or Blogger.com

Yahoo: This column lists the same values as the Google Column with one

distinction. The data is retrieved from the search engine Yahoo.

All tips and principles applied to the data retrieved form the Google Column

are precisely the same. And therefore when searching for super affiliates the

data retrieved in this column is equally important.

You may also notice at times a considerable difference in backlinks pointing to

the respective website over the number of backlinks reported by the Goggle

column. This is due to the difference in how each search engine accepts and

indexes backlinks which is inherent in each search engine’s algorithm.

Tip: It is advised if you are a webmaster or a website manager, you

become familiar with search engine optimization principles. Further

study can be obtained through the SEO Elite Forum.

MSN: This column lists the same values as the Google Column with one

distinction. The data is retrieved from the search engine MSN.

All tips and principles applied to the data retrieved form the Google Column

are precisely the same. And therefore when searching for super affiliates the

data retrieved in this column is equally important.

Again, the data in this column as with every other column can be sorted

ascending or descending by clicking on the title at the top of any of the

columns within the Threads or Report View Tab.

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Who is: When you click on the three dots on any row within this column, a

window pops up which will populate with data related to the website domain

only. This is the data retrieved from domain name registries.

This data is useful in verifying the website is indeed owned by the super

affiliate. You can also se how many websites are owned by the super affiliate

by running Project Type 4. Find Super Affiliates By Affiliate ID. This will be

discussed in the next chapter.

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Find Super Affiliates by Affiliate ID

In the last chapter you may recall we selected super affiliates based on the

following criteria.

The Alexa Ranking, the lower the number the better.

Google PR, the higher the number the better.

The number of backlinks pointing to the website where the super

affiliate’s ID was found. This was done by sorting the highest numbers

in the Google, Yahoo, and MSN Columns within the Report View Tab.

We determined if the websites were owned by the super affiliate as

well.

Once we determined who the super affiliates were from running Project Type

4. Find Super Affiliates By Merchant ID. We are now ready to begin finding

exactly how our super affiliate became a super affiliate. And also, how he or

she is continuing to be a super affiliate of the merchant we searched on with

continuing high sales volumes.

We will also find out what other products and services the super affiliate is

marketing and who those merchants are. This information is considered highly

valuable; as it tells us what other merchants are favorable to work with.

Affiliate Elite is going to do all the hard data retrieval work for us here.

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Project Type 4. Find Super Affiliates By Affiliate ID.

Step 1: Select the project type you would like to run. select 4. Find Super

Affiliates.

Step 2: Select how you would like to find super affiliates. There are two

methods to finding super affiliates. The first one in the drop down menu is by

Merchant ID. The second choice is by Affiliate ID. We will continue with the

second choice of Affiliate ID.

Step 3: Enter the affiliate ID you would like to analyze. We obtain the

affiliate IDs from our exported file from running Project Type 4. Find Super

Affiliates By Merchant ID. You can only enter one super affiliate at a time.

Step 4: Select the affiliate network you would like to analyze. You can

choose Clickbank or PayDotCom. Choose the affiliate network where you

retrieved the super affiliate ID from.

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Step 5: Limit number of pages checked per domain. Here you will see a

slider bar with increments you can select in amounts of ten to one-hundred

pages at a time. You can also move the slider on the slider bar all the way to

the right and select to retrieve all pages found on each domain.

Step 5 is very useful when you want to only find all the super affiliate’s

websites. However, Affiliate Elite will also retrieve all the data for every

website the super affiliate’s ID shows up on.

For this purpose, set the slider to the minimum of twenty. This will show you

more data and help you later in the Report View Tab to see the number of

websites the super affiliate owns and how many are owned by other people.

Tip: If you think you are getting too many “Affiliate link not found”

messages under the Status Column in the Threads View Tab, start

a new project and set the slider to thirty and so on.

When you are ready click on the OK Button at the bottom of the Affiliate Elite

Application Interface. Clicking Cancel will cancel this project from running and

return you to the Affiliate Elite Main Interface.

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Threads View: The next interface you will see is the Threads View Interface.

You will see three columns. The first is titled, “Server.” This is the list of

affiliates contacted on each web server throughout the Internet.

The second column is titled, “Operation.” This column lists the tasks and

processes as they occur while Affiliate Elite is running your projects.

The third column is titled, “Status.” This column lists the status of each task

and series of processes within each web server row. And lists whether the

series of processes and tasks of each web server are completed.

Above the Threads View is a Progress Meter displaying completed tasks and

processes necessary for Affiliate Elite to complete your project.

Report View: The next interface of Affiliate Elite is called the Report View

Tab.

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Clicking on this tab displays another interface with several reporting features.

They are as follows:

Website: This is the actual website URL address Affiliate Elite has found the

corresponding Affiliate ID on.

Tip: Click on the title at the top of this column and you will get an

ascending sort order of all the webpages the super affiliate’s ID is

found grouped by website. This will show you immediately the

super affiliate’s marketing presence at each website. The data sorted here will

also show you just how many websites the super affiliate is marketing on.

If you click on any row under this column, the lower frame you see in the

Report View Tab of Affiliate Elite, known as the Browser Interface will populate

with the actual website URL address which will display the super affiliate’s ID.

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You will see a “Home” icon at the left above the lower frame. This will take

you to the Affiliate Elite Resource Page. You will see to the right of the Home

Icon two blue arrow icons. These work just like a browser and allow you to

move backwards and forwards through the website URL addresses you have

chosen to click on and view in the Browser Interface of Affiliate Elite.

To the right is an orange stop button. This stops the webpage from loading

within the Affiliate Elite Browser Interface. To the right of the stop button is a

green refresh button. This button refreshes and reloads the current webpage

within the Affiliate Elite Browser.

To the far right of the green refresh button is a white progress meter, which

turns blue as a result of how much of the webpage has been loaded within the

Affiliate Elite Browser Interface.

At the bottom of the Affiliate Elite Browser Interface you will notice a tab

displaying “AID:” This stands for Affiliate ID and displays the current Merchant

ID you entered in the Application Interface. This helps you understand which

data you are looking at within the Report and Threads View Tabs at the top of

the Affiliate Elite Projects you are running.

Merchant ID: This column lists all the merchant IDs the super affiliate is

associated with. Meaning the super affiliate is an affiliate of the merchants

affiliate program and selling the merchant’s products or services listed at the

affiliate network, which are currently found on the Internet at active websites.

Tip: If you click on any merchant ID in this column, Affiliate Elite will

bring up the Application Interface and automatically populate the

correct information needed for you to run the first method of Project

4. This makes it very convenient for you to further search for other super

affiliates related to the merchant ID in this row.

Tip: If you click on the Merchant ID Title at the top of this column,

Affiliate Elite will sort the Merchant ID List in alphabetical order

starting with numerical order first and with ascending values. You

will be able to see all the super affiliate’s website URL addresses in

the first column named, “Website.”

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Which are displaying the super affiliate’s ID with a link on the website page.

Now you can see just how much marketing presence the super affiliate is

attributing to each merchant’s products and services and where. This will give

you insight into which merchants the super affiliate considers profitable in

promoting.

Merchant site: This column displays the website URL of the each merchant

ID found in the second column. Clicking on any row in this column will

populate the browser interface in the lower frame of Affiliate Elite.

You can review the merchant’s website and decide if this is the kind of product

which would be right for you to market.

Category: This column displays the category the merchant has classified their

website under.

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Tip: Click on the title at the top of this column and Affiliate Elite will

consolidate all the super affiliate’s website URL addresses in the

first column categorized by product and service markets. This is

useful in seeing exactly which markets the super affiliate prefers to

concentrate his or her marketing efforts.

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This can give you insight into what markets are currently good for selling in.

Rank: This column displays the indexing position found in the affiliate

networks search engine indexing results. It is based on how popular the

interest is in the merchant’s website, products and services they sell.

Gravity: Here is the exact quote from Clickbank’s Website, “Number of

distinct affiliates who earned a commission by referring a paying customer to

the publisher’s products. This is a weighted sum and not an actual total. For

each affiliate paid in the last 8 weeks we add an amount between 0.1 and 1.0

to the total. The more recent the last referral, the higher the value added.”

Tip: This means if you click twice on the title at the top of this

column, you will see in descending order the highest selling

products the super affiliate is selling. This lets you know which

products are being sold the most from all affiliates of the corresponding

merchant. You can immediately see which products are the most favorable to

sell.

Earnings Per Sale: Here is the exact quote from Clickbank’s Website,

“Average net amount earned per affiliate per referred sale. Note that this is the

net earned per actual sale, and so it is impacted by refunds, chargebacks, and

sales taxes. Unfunded sales, such as returned checks, do not impact this

number.”

Tip: If you click twice on the title at the top of this column, you will

see in descending order the highest earnings per each sale of each

merchant’s product the super affiliate is making selling from the

respective affiliate network. You can see where the most money is

made per sale.

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Percent per Sale: This column lists the average percentage commission

earned per affiliate per referred sale.

Tip: This is the amount of money per sale on average you can

make selling this product. If you click twice on the title at the top of

this column, you can see in descending order, the products which

the super affiliate is selling and getting the lion’s share of each sale.

If you select these products, you will keep most of the money from the sale.

These are why these products are highly attractive to the super affiliate and

why he or she is selling them.

Referred: This column lists the percentage of sales which are made by the

affiliates referring customers to the merchant’s website and products.

Tip: If you click twice on the title at the top of this column, you can

see in descending order, the highest percentages of products which

are referred by affiliates.

The super affiliates has chosen these products, because it is a clear indication

of excellent sales support the merchant is giving the super affiliate in assisting

in the sale of the merchant’s products and services through the super affiliates

marketing presence on the Internet.

You can now see which are the most supportive affiliate network merchants to

sell for. This data retrieved in this column also shows you which merchants

are aggressively selling their own products as well directly. The less the

percentage is, the more in direct competition all affiliates are in selling the

same products.

Commission: This column lists the percentage of each sale each merchant is

offering affiliates to sell their products and services.

Tip: If you click twice on the title at the top of this column, you can

see in descending order, the highest percentages merchants are

offering to sell their products and services.

Here is the real power of Affiliate Elite is. Compare the percentage in this

column with the percentage in the “Percentage per Sale” Column. Scroll down

until you see a difference in the numbers.

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If the percentage is lower in the “Percentage per Sale” Column, stay away

from this product.

This proves the difference between what the merchant is being offered and

exactly what the affiliates in the affiliate network are being paid for the sales of

the merchant’s products and services.

This means there are returns and refunds which are lowering the actual

percentage being paid. This is cause for concern and Affiliate Elite

immediately shows you which products to stay away from. Now you know how

to become even better at product and service selection than the actual super

affiliate you are analyzing.

If the percentage in the “Commission” Column is less than the “Percentage

per Sale” Column, this means the merchant has decided to lower the

commission offered to each affiliate than previously offered.

This is also cause for concern, because it clearly demonstrates the merchant

does not value the efforts of the affiliate network as greatly and/or is suffering

from increased operating costs than previously projected when the

commission was originally offered. Both reasons are reason enough to look

for better prospects from other merchant offers.

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Title: This column lists the Title of each merchant’s offering on the respective

affiliate network. This can vary from the actual web page title of the

merchant’s website, but is primarily similar in nature.

Tip: Clicking on the title at the top of this column gives you an

alphabetized catalogue of all the headline titles from all the

merchant’s indexed products and services found on the affiliate

network’s search engine. This scan gives you ideas for how to title

your own products to sell on the same affiliate network. As well as gain insight

in to what helped attract the super affiliates in the first place.

Description: This column lists the description the merchant used to attract the

super affiliate into joining his or her affiliate program.

Tip: Clicking on the title at the top of this column gives you an

alphabetized catalogue of all the descriptions used. This

information here when used with other columns can again give you

insight into what actually attracts super affiliates in the first place. Content

here is as important as anywhere else and you can learn a great deal here, by

reading the descriptions used.

Alexa Ranking: This column lists the Alexa Ranking of the actual website

domain found under the Website Column. This is useful in finding other super

affiliates who are gaining massive Internet popularity based upon website

visitor traffic.

Tip: Clicking twice on the title at the top of this column gives you

the highest ranking websites based upon visitor traffic. This is

based upon millions of Internet users who use the Alexa and

Google Tool Bar Browser Extension. Visitor traffic is recorded through their

browsers and counted. Please note Alexa does not rank sub-domains nor

specific web pages. Alexa only ranks the website domain.

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Tip: Disregard any Alexa Ranking which is has a sub-domain URL

address under the Website Column. The reason is some affiliates

place their affiliate ID links on web pages which are published on

sub-domains of a high Alexa ranking domain.

The Alexa Ranking for these specific types of Website URL addresses would

not be accurate. Since Alexa only ranks the domain itself. This means to

discard this data when considering whether the affiliate is in deed a super

affiliate with many visitors coming to their website.

The data in the Alexa Rank Column is very useful when determining whether

an affiliate is in deed a super affiliate when the affiliate ID is linked to a web

page found on a domain only. This is what the Alexa Rank data is used for.

Tip: If you see “ No Data” listed in this column. There are two

reasons for this. The first is very promising, because Alexa only

ranks the top three million websites. Furthermore, Alexa states on

their website any results with more than one-hundred thousand in their

ranking cannot be counted on as an accurate ranking results. Alexa states, “

There is not enough data collected to determine an accurate ranking result.”

Yet, Alexa also will still rank website domains which are as low as ten million

in the Alexa Ranking Index. This means “No Data” is below this index position

of ten million.

If you see, “No Data” in the Alexa Ranking” Column, for this instance you can

be assured these website URLs of the affiliate are anything but “super.”

Therefore, an affiliate can have thousands of website urls with their affiliate ID

pointing to the merchant’s website. However, this does not make them a super

affiliate.

The clear reason being without vistor traffic to the specific website URL, there

can be no Alexa Ranking worth noting. And therefore, without vistor traffic,

there can be no sales of any significance.

For this reason alone, you do not need to do any further analysis. You need to

run another affiliate ID immediately in order to determine who is a super

affiliate. However, before you do, se the next “Tip:” below.

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Tip: The second reason you may see “No Data” in the Alexa

Ranking Column, is your IP Number Address you have been using

to access the Alexa Database with Affiliate Elite, has been banned.

In order to verify this open you browser and visit the Alexa Website.

If you have been banned, you will see a message stating so in your browser

window. And you will see the remedies available to you to ratify this problem.

To date, we have successfully ran one-thousand queries at a time and have

continued to use the Alexa Ranking Services as it stands. Please be careful

as it is very easy to start running over one-hundred thousand queries in one

day if you are not conciously aware of how many projects you are running in

one day.

For this reason, if you plan on using Affiliate Elite on a continuous basis of

several thousands of queries (one query is one row) then you may want to

purchase additional IP Address Numbers through a proxy service. And limit

your queries per IP Number Address to ten thousand queries per day.

Tip: If you are going to use the proxy servers you have added to the

Affiliate Elite Preferences, you must also insert this same proxy

within your own computer’s Internet Connections. The reason is

Affiliate Elite will use your default Internet Explorer Internet Connection

Settings, if the proxy server you are using is inactive or down.

This will give you the false impression your Affiliate Elite Proxy IP Number

Address is working when it is actually down. You can see this in the “Status”

Column of the Proxy Section of the Affiliate Elite Preferences.

Google PR: This is the page rank Google classifies the website domain only.

It works just like the principles of Alexa Ranking, except it is based upon the

Google search engine Algorithm, which ranks websites based upon content

quality and website popularity.

This data is useful in finding super affiliates since a high Google PR will

establish a continuing and increasing high number of visitor traffic over the

long-term. Google gives preference in indexing position several times to

websites with a high page rank.

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Tip: Again disregard this data for website URL addresses which

are on sub-domains and web pages only. Websites with a high

Google PR are excellent choices when searching for super

affiliates, because they demonstrate the resources the super affiliate has to

compete with other websites found within the same product markets on the

Internet.

Google: This column lists the number of backlinks pointing to the website

address. Like the columns Alexa Rank and Google PR, it is specific to the

domain only and not the actual web page. This is useful for seeing where the

super affiliate is placing his or her affiliate ID and how many backlinks are

being counted by Google. The higher the number of backlinks indexed by

Google, the more popular the website is and the more visitor traffic is

attributed to the website where the super affiliate places his or her own

affiliate ID links.

Tip: This means the more chances and times the affiliate’s ID is

clicked on by visitors to the respective website and therefore, the

more sales they will make because of being placed on high traffic

websites. High traffic websites have inherently a high number of backlinks

pointing to them.

If you sort the Google Column data in descending order by clicking on the

Google Column Title, you can se in the Website Column which websites are

giving the super affiliate his or her visitor traffic.

Further analysis is needed, but if you use SEO Elite V.4 with this data, you

can copy the same principles for building websites the super affiliates use to

attract several sales of the merchant’s product line.

Affiliate Elite now shows you where the super affiliate is profiting. Again, this

data is only useful to the domain itself. Meaning, look only for websites where

they are owned by the super affiliate and not part of a sub-domain or web

page hosting site such as Yahoo 360 or Live.com, or Blogger.com

Yahoo: This column lists the same values as the Google Column with one

distinction. The data is retrieved from the search engine Yahoo. All tips and

principles applied to the data retrieved form the Google Column are precisely

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the same. And therefore when searching for super affiliates the data retrieved

in this column is equally important.

You may also notice at times a considerable difference in backlinks pointing to

the respective website over the number of backlinks reported by the Goggle

column. This is due to the difference in how each search engine accepts and

indexes backlinks which is inherent in each search engine’s algorithm.

Tip: It is advised if you are a webmaster or a website manager, you

become familiar with search engine optimization principles. Further

study can be obtained through The SEO Elite Forum.

MSN: This column lists the same values as the Google Column with one

distinction. The data is retrieved from the search engine MSN. All tips and

principles applied to the data retrieved form the Google Column are precisely

the same. And therefore when searching for super affiliates the data retrieved

in this column is equally important.

Again, the data in this column as with every other column can be sorted

ascending or descending by clicking on the title at the top of any of the

columns within the Threads or Report View Tab.

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Who is: When you click on the three dots on any row within this column, a

window pops up which will populate with data related to the website domain

only. This is the data retrieved from domain name registries.This data is useful

in verifying the website is indeed owned by the super affiliate.

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La Evangelización; Una necesidad Apremiante!

El tema de la evangelizacion de hoy es uno que le tenemos que poner mucho cuidado puesto que las personas que conocen de evangelizacion lo hacen con mucha “cautela” cuando se deberia estar haciendo de una forma mas bien muy abierta.

Mi objetivo en esta pagina no es el de criticar a las personas que no lo hacen (evangelizar) si no por el contrario lo que se quiere es ayudar, dar pautas y enseñar en todos los aspectos el como hacer llegar a la gente el mensaje de la Salvacion que JesuCristo regaló al mundo a travez de la muerte en la cruz del calvario.

A la malloria de las personas se les dificulta el hecho de dar a conocer el mensaje de la salvacion, por eso recurren improvisando con diferentes formas de hacerlo y Dios en su misericordia trae resultados de los metodos (pobres por demás) que sus hijos utilizan.

Los tiempos han cambiado, se han actualizado o se han transformado y sinembargo el mensaje sigue siendo el mismo: Dios se hizo hombre en la persona de Jesus, vivio entre nosotros por la necesidad de salvacion que había y luego fue a padecer en la cruz del calvario para que se cumpliera el propositoque es el de salvar al hombre de una vida eterna sin Dios.

Para ilustrar lo anterior, podemos decir que es como cuando un niño está viendo un hormiguero que corre peligro por que de repente viene sobre este una corriente de agua caliente que el niño sabe que de esta forma se acabaria la vida en el hormiguero y el tratára de dar aviso a las hormigas en su lenguaje; se entera que las hormigas no pueden escucharlo y mucho menos entenderlo y esto hace que el (el niño) se combierta en una hormiga madre.

Llegua hasta el hormiguero y da aviso del peligro aun poniendo su vida para evitar que el agua llegue hasta el hormiguero y asi evite la muerte de las demás hormigas.

Si somos consientes que esto fue lo que hizo el señor Jesus por la humanidad definitivamente vamos a mejorar las formas de predicar, evangelizar y dar el mensaje de salvacion a las personas que no conocen de nuestro señor Jesus.

Me gustaría que me dejarás un comentario sobre este artículo que acabas de leer y también que me cuentes un poco y que me digas acerca de cual es tu principal frustración, a la hora de tratar de llevar el mensaje a los perdidos. con mucho gusto Yo estaré contestando y orientando con respecto de este tema.

Gracias,

Eudes Lobon Murillo

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