My subscriber HL e-mailed me his beef with affiliate marketing: “I believe that affiliate marketing has corrupted the sacred trust between supplier and customer. I sometimes get the feeling that the products being offered have not been tried and proven by the re-marketer, yet they allow their lists and good names to be associated with inferior products and services.”

I hate to say this, but I think a lot of what HL says is true.

In their rush to make as many joint ventures as possible, product marketers and their affiliates often skimp on

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