Let's take off rose-colored glasses. Real cases!

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Bad “good” statistics. Is what we see true?

I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work. Thomas A. Edison

At least once you saw someone's successful case, an interview with a “top” and thought - it's cool how people can work.

An experienced affiliate understands that the publication of a profitable case is the end result. What is omitted: the spent budget for tests, failed attempts and other headaches. While a newcomer to the field, seeing only green lines, may think affiliate marketing= money; To whom submit the first deposit?

The question is - why are green statistics published, cases with a detailed description, creative images, and well-checked spelling? For motivation? For advertising? Do affiliates themselves want to share the results of their work, or is it possible (but this is not certain) that it is paid for? Maybe publishing cases is more profitable than launching?

In this article, we would like to discuss the uselessness of green statistics, trust in the publication of such cases in general, and, of course, the topic of "red" lines in the tracker, which is unpopular in affiliate circles.

Red cases - good!

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