Looking for Amazon Affiliate Marketing tips, productivity tactics, SEO strategies, and project management tactics that you can actually use?
If so, you’re in the right place.
I’m here to help you:
- Plan your Amazon Affiliate Site and take action on that plan
- Get more search engine traffic
- Plan and execute a white hat campaign
- Implement a project management solution
- Improve your team’s efficiency and effectiveness
- Build a team from scratch
- Train your team
- Set up systems
Have you ever felt overwhelmed with “all the shit you have to do” for your business? (Me too!)
Feeling overwhelmed is common without a system and strategy in place. You might think that project management sounds too complicated for your business.
Ignore the label of “project management” for a minute…
It’s really about planning ahead and knowing what to do next. If you are flying by the seat of your pants, then it’s impossible to grow your business.
How will you find the time to learn about project management if you don’t have a background in project management?
Instead of digging through project management books filled with corporate jargon and sorting through the blogs that publish the same strategies over and over again…
About Doug Cunnington
I write about SEO, productivity, project management, and niche sites. My work has been featured all over the web, including Ahrefs, Empire Flippers, Niche Pursuits, Side Hustle Nation and more.
I am a Internet Marketing Consultant and a Project Management Professional (PMP, certified in 2008 by the Project Management Institute).
Want to work together? I’d love to hear from you.
I started my digital career after experiencing great success building Amazon Associate niche websites. I started Niche Site Project to help people create niche sites using project management.
If you’re curious about those early niche sites, check out:
- My first successful niche site
- Niche Pursuits Podcast as a success story
- Empire Flippers as a case study
Before that, I was your typical worker bee working a 9 – 5 gig, though it was more like 8 – 8.
I really didn’t like it very much, but I learned a bunch in a very short time in management consulting.
I worked all over the country, traveled full time, and lived out of a suitcase.
I’ve been a software engineer, a business consultant, software tester, and of course, a PM. If you’re interested in my professional background, see my LinkedIn profile.
I live in Montana with my amazing wife and awesome Border Collie, Georgie. I enjoy running, hiking, Southern barbecue, and homebrewing beer (of course, when the homebrewing is done I get to enjoy drinking it with friends).