Now, I'm not saying you can't make good money selling other people's products.
But who pockets most of the cash?
The product creator, right?
Who builds the customer list?
Yep, the product creator.
Who is seen as the authority and expert in their market?
The person solving problems, which again is the product creator.
But who does all the hard work to get those customers for the product creators?
In fact, when you're just an affiliate, and nothing else, you not only do all of the work to get traffic, create content, build email lists, send emails and whatever else you do to get attention; you also limit the growth of your business because YOUR business is focused on getting prospects while the product creators are the ones getting the customers.
If you think this is a smart way to make money consistently online, you're seriously deluded.
Sure, it can be done, but why on earth would you want to build a business that way, considering ALL the benefits go to the person who gets the customers and controls the sales process?
Why put all that work in if you're not the one getting all the rewards?
I mean, you're doing all the work anyway, so why should you only get a fraction of what you deserve for that work?
YOU should be getting ALL the benefits from the work YOU do, not someone else.
If it was difficult to create and sell your own info products, I could then understand why you haven't done it yet.
But it's not difficult.
You can do it easily.
And with the benefits you get from having your own products, you're leaving a lot of money on the table the longer you wait.