The One And Only IMQueen, Christina Szekeres

Internet Marketing Queen

Christina Szekeres

Q. You’ve been running FB since you were about 14 right? What’s been the biggest change since then?

Yes, I started with running ClickBank offers on Google Adwords. Honestly thinking back, a lot has changed but if I look at the core of the business model, it is still the same.

You pick a vertical, select a few offers and check what works, analyze your competitors and model their ads and landers based on what has worked before, add your twist to it and run campaigns, then analyze the data and make adjustments aka optimize.

Q. When you began what were the biggest challenges when teaching yourself how to run FB are still very much apparent today?

The biggest challenge was finding a good source of information, when I got into Facebook it was way different, there were no free FB groups to join or any quality forums to follow.

I learned most of the things with trial and error - I constantly kept failing, I was so close to giving up on it.

I started to realize networking is key to become successful in this business.

Facebook has changed so much, things that worked 7 years ago are no longer applicable today. It is constantly changing and you’re either keeping up with it or get lost very fast.

Q. What are your go-to sources for getting up to date industry knowledge?

I like to read Facebook groups - my two favorite free groups are Ad Buyers Group, Facebook Ads Rockstars…

And I love the content in Adleaks - I follow both the Gold and Platinum, in case you’re looking to join, follow this link: https://bit.ly/joinadleaks

Q. What did you start running and what are you running the most of now?

I am currently focusing on running white hat ecom affiliate offers. I made the transition last December and it’s been going really well! I never believed you can make money with whitehat offers or without getting your accounts banned but I managed to crack the code and figure out a system that allows me to make decent and stable ROI on Facebook.

Q. Gaming and Dating will always be “Ever Green” niches, are there any other niches that you know of that you think will go the same way?

I like to read Facebook groups - my two favorite free groups are Ad Buyers Group, Facebook Ads Rockstars…

And I love the content in Adleaks - I follow both the Gold and Platinum, in case you’re looking to join, follow this link: https://bit.ly/joinadleaks

Q. What did you start running and what are you running the most of now?

I am currently focusing on running white hat ecom affiliate offers. I made the transition last December and it’s been going really well! I never believed you can make money with whitehat offers or without getting your accounts banned but I managed to crack the code and figure out a system that allows me to make decent and stable ROI on Facebook.

Q. Gaming and Dating will always be “Ever Green” niches, are there any other niches that you know of that you think will go the same way?

Evergreen niches are also eCommerce, Solar, Debt Relief just to name a few… I personally love targeting the US as it’s a huge and easily scalable market.

Q. We now constantly face the challenge of affiliates just copying one another. What measures do you take to stay ahead of the competition?

Copying someone’s work is the laziest affiliate marketing approach. It won’t take you too far.

I highly recommend investing in a good light and start taking your own pictures/videos. Simple as that. Grab your phone and create your own content, it pays off 10x better than copying someone’s already abused creatives…

Modeling someone’s angle is smart, however, always add your own twist and create your own unique content.

That’s what differentiates us from our competitors or lazy ass affiliates.

When our ads and funnels are being copied it definitely gives us mixed feelings

1. It’s a confirmation that what we’re doing IS great and we are the pioneers in the niche AND

2. It is also very annoying as we work really hard on creating our own in-house unique content and someone just steals them with 2 clicks…

Copying someone’s work is the laziest affiliate marketing approach. It won’t take you too far.

I highly recommend investing in a good light and start taking your own pictures/videos. Simple as that. Grab your phone and create your own content, it pays off 10x better than copying someone’s already abused creatives…

Modeling someone’s angle is smart, however, always add your own twist and create your own unique content.

That’s what differentiates us from our competitors or lazy ass affiliates.

When our ads and funnels are being copied it definitely gives us mixed feelings

1. It’s a confirmation that what we’re doing IS great and we are the pioneers in the niche AND

2. It is also very annoying as we work really hard on creating our own in-house unique content and someone just steals them with 2 clicks…

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