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My guide to:

Instagram & happiness

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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INTRO NO. 1
You’re in for a wild fucking ride, hombre.
Throughout the next 11 super interesting pages, I’ll go over how I went from zilch to
making $XX,XXX online. There is of course work involved in the process. I’m not going
to be teaching you how to make a bazillion dollars while sitting in your slippers.
However, I will go over the steps I took in pretty explicit detail; no fluff or vague BS.
Here’s are my earnings so far (after ~2 months):

The highest daily payout I’ve gotten so far is $478.50. It’s pretty obvious that there’s
no point in me faking these figures – you’ve already bought the guide.

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$397 is a pretty steep price to pay for some, so a million thanks for supporting me
with my very first guide. Hopefully this information treats you well.

INTRO NO. 2
So how do I make this money? Social media + affiliate marketing. More specifically,
I’m doing content locking with Instagram and sometimes, Facebook and Twitter. I’ll
mainly talk about using Instagram but I’ll touch on the other 2 as well.
Affiliate marketing is all about commission; you get people to do some sort of action
and advertisers pay you. Content lockers are a branch of affiliate marketing. You’ve
probably seen these before – they’re those pages where you have to complete an
offer before continuing (eg. downloading an app, submitting your phone number).
Here’s what one of those lockers might look like:

Note I’m not actually hacking Clash of Clans for people, or giving away Canon
cameras, or whatever I’ll be claiming. Just before ‘sending them their free Canon
camera,’ they have to complete an offer (which pays you).
The goal is to connect an attractive product to an audience that will suck it up. On
one hand, it wastes maybe a couple minutes of a person’s time. But on the other,
there’s money to be made by people like us if things are set up properly.

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The 2 key components to making this all work are Massplanner (for managing and
automating Instagram/Twitter/Facebook accounts) and OGAds (for getting paid and
creating a content locker).
http://www.massplanner.com/

http://members.ogads.com/signup.php?r=49715

SOLUTION: make http:// a link and add a size 1 space between them.
The bare minimum needed to follow through with the steps I took is around $50.
Keep in mind this isn’t some Forex scam where you’re just throwing money into a
dark hole, praying you’ll make a positive return.
The interesting thing about affiliate marketing is that you’re directly rewarded for
the effort and creativity you put in.
This guide might get a bit technical in a few of the sections. I’ve added little
footnotes with definitions for some terminology (mainly for those new to IM 1).
Buckle up. And let’s roll out.

THE SEARCH FOR A NICHE + LANDING PAGE
Before getting into it, I want to make it pretty clear what your end result might look
like by following the steps below. Here are a couple of decent examples:
https://www.instagram.com/iphones.giveaway.free/
(using the default OGAds landing page)
https://www.instagram.com/free_kyliejenner_lipkit_/
(also using the default OGAds landing page)
There are 3 general steps in this whole process: setting up the name/picture/bio of
your profile, creating (or stealing) a landing page2, and following a bunch of people.
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Internet marketing
The link you will have in your profile. Your landing page will then have a link to your content locker.

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The way you get people to your profile is by following others (and it’s important to
follow the right people).
Your number of followers isn’t really that important – what’s most important is that
people click your link. The bio should get people interested in going to your landing
page, then your landing page should be convincing enough for them to go through
your content locker.
Now the first question you gotta ask yourself is, “What niche should I get into?”
There are countless options here. Just to name a few possibilities: you could do
something related to an interest/activity (eg. yoga, baseball, vaping, collecting
stamps), a physical product (eg. Google Pixel, Pokemon cards, Japanese candy,
fleshlights – you gotta use safe for work pictures though), a person/group (eg. Justin
Bieber, Manchester United FC, Miranda Kerr, Harry Potter), or a digital product (eg. a
guide to making money online, Zynga poker chips, Uber credits, wallpapers and
ringtones).
Then you have to figure out how to create an offer for your niche.
For almost all of the examples above, you could do some sort of “giveaway.” You
could claim you’re holding an official giveaway of yoga video collections, Justin
Bieber concert tickets, Manchester United signed jerseys, Harry Potter-themed
merchandise, Japanese candy product samples, Miranda Kerr make-up kits. You get
the point.
If you can’t think of a particular group of people that would be interested in your
offer, you should probably ditch it. Often the best niches are the ones with
passionate followings.
For example, if your offer is a Justin Bieber backstage ticket giveaway, you could very
obviously target Justin Bieber fans. And there’s an absurd amount of Justin Bieber
obsessed fans.
But with an offer like “get free Instagram followers,” who are you going to target?
There is no clear-cut audience (at least that I can think of).
If you’re drawing blanks, you can also take a look through Instagram hashtags and
think of what product would really appeal to that person.

How do you find landing pages?

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There are 3 qualities I look for in a landing page: (1) it works fine on mobile, (2) it’s
not ugly, and (3) it’s convincing.
I’ve put together a little folder with some good landing pages that are good to go
right away.
Dropbox folder
Mega.nz folder
Mediafire

your niche site:instagram.com -site:instagram.com/p/ -site:instagram.com/help/ site:instagram.com/explore/
Scrapebox. There are a couple free places you can get this (not that I’m endorsing
such irresponsible behaviour).
If you’re completely stuck, OGAds has a few landing pages ready to go in their
“Landing Page Request” section. The niches they have can still be profitable, but
ones you find yourself will make you a hell of a lot more money.
http://members.ogads.com/signup.php?r=49715
There are plenty of really good niches that no one else has gotten into. Downside
here is that you can’t just copy someone else’s landing page. There are a couple of
things you could in this situation:
 If you have basic HTML skills, it’s pretty easy to edit and adapt the landing
pages you download to an entirely different niche. Sometimes you just gotta
change the background, write some new text, and voilà, you’re good to go.
 Use a landing page builder. I use Instapage and it’s really easy to use. You can
avoid paying for their service by just using HTTrack on the demo page you
create.

Buying domains
When you’ve got a landing page that you don’t hate, you gotta buy a domain name
and hosting.
For finding a domain name https://www.hover.com/ please don’t go for
FreeGooglePlayGiftCards.net.

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Godaddy $1 .coms . I’m not a huge fan of their hosting packages though. Namecheap
.win .us
Unfortunately, with the way the Internet works, you aren’t good to go with just a
domain name. For hosting, I’m using the cheapest dedicated hosting package from
Namecheap (the 300 GB SSD one). This runs 50+ websites no problemo. If you aren’t
confident in my preachings, go with their VPS hosting.
https://www.namecheap.com/hosting/dedicated-servers.aspx?aff=105016
https://www.namecheap.com/hosting/vps.aspx?aff=105016

When you set up the accounts, you gotta put the domain in the “website” section of
your Instagram profile (not in your bio – otherwise it won’t be clickable).
If you’re cheap, there’s a way to save on domains (although I wouldn’t recommend
it).

WHO TO TARGET?
Alright, imagine this: You have an excellent profile and landing page, but you follow
people who aren’t 100% interested in your stuff. You could be making 10x more by
just spending 5 minutes to get your follow sources right.
Think about the pages and hashtags that your target audience would probably be
interested in.
For example, if your niche is Japanese candy, you could simply look for pages related
Japanese candy or you could go on to find pages about Japanese culture.
Here are some basic guidelines I usually stick by:
 If a page has >50,000 followers, set the follow source to the page’s followers.
 If a page has <50,0000 followers, set the follow source to the people that
comment and like the pictures.
 Stay away from pages with 2mil+ followers.
 If you target hashtags, just double check that people are actually using them.
Use your common sense to judge whether most of the people following that page
would be interested in your offer. Most people who follow Donald Trump’s
Instagram wouldn’t care for a Donald Trump t-shirt giveaway.

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How do you find good pages?
The same search string as the one above! In case you forgot:
your niche site:instagram.com -site:instagram.com/p/ -site:instagram.com/help/ site:instagram.com/explore/
(remove -site:instagram.com/p/ to include posts in the search)
If you put in Japanese candy, you’ll straight away find:
https://www.instagram.com/247.japanesecandy/
https://www.instagram.com/japancandybox/
https://www.instagram.com/papabubblejapan/
And the hashtags #japanesesnack and #japanesecandy seem pretty alright. There are
plenty of less popular hashtags that would work well too.

My best converting audience
When you were new to the Internet, did you ever fall for one of those “You’re the
1,000,000th visitor! Get your FREE XBOX” popups? Maybe I was just an idiot. Even if
you use a mediocre landing page, children and young teens still go through with the
offer. You are pretty likely to succeed right off the bat by targeting 10-15 year olds
with niches like ‘game hacks’ and ‘giveaways.’ It is also incredibly easy to find good
follow sources to target this demographic.
People aged 16+ are usually harder to convert. It’s a good idea to spend a tiny bit
more time to make your page look professional. Work on making your profile name
and bio sound genuine and interesting. Brandable profile names and emojis can also
help in pimping out your profile. Protip: the more creative you get with your profile,
offer and audience, the more money you’ll make. If you want to post things to your
account, I talk about that in the next section. I’ll also get into how to mass follow
people in the next couple of bits.
Massplanner Unlimited can be bought here:
http://www.massplanner.com/?ap_id=outreach
Instagram version can be bought here:
http://www.massplanner.com/instagram-poster/?ap_id=outreach


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