The Super Traffic Machine guides you to build an affiliate marketing business that monetises your knowledge, gets traffic, and excites visitors to spend with you.
We deliver your kit to your doorstep in 8 modules. Each walks you through all the steps needed to profit from promoting affiliate products, network marketing programs, or your products if you have some.
Crystal clear, simple instructions, worked examples, and templates walk you through EVERY step. Setup your website, choose high-value products, drive large traffic volumes, and generate income from sales.
Our proprietary “roadmap” is a blueprint that shows you how all the pieces of your marketing machine fit together. With it, you’ll gauge your progress and earn your goal income sooner.
Your machine comprises eight components that work cohesively together to explode your traffic and sales. Every month, with our guidance, you’ll complete one component. We’re with you every step of the way.
Jim Yaghi, creator of the Super Traffic Machine DIY Kit, is a Computer Scientist and Mathematician who used to build search engines for a living. When he was only 16, he created a mildly popular social network and has been an online entrepreneur eversince.
In 2006 he became the #1 affiliate in the top home business programs of the time. He’s best known for being the “last man standing” on Google Ads when the top trainers in the industry were booted off. He’s also known for hatching the first industry-wide viral campaign to reach all major social networks, for hosting a top-10 Internet radio show for entrepreneurs, and for shattering industry sales records with his best-selling courses PPC Domination, PPC Supremacy, and Traffic KickStart.
Today, he takes on occasional traffic clients and passes on 15 years of experience in generating traffic in brutally competitive markets.
The Super Traffic Machine DIY Kit is his latest work. Inside he teaches students to monetise their knowledge with affiliate marketing and make it their full-time career.
i don’t know why, but designers tend to flake. and this can really mess up your project if you’re not careful. you hire a designer