Table of Contents
The Lazy Marketer Presents:
- Discover how to intercept buyers in the final stage of the sales cycle – where you only need a trickle of daily visitors to generate serious revenue
- Explore how to do this across multiple channels: organic & paid search, Youtube, as well as some more “adventurous” methods.
- Unpack exactly what this looks like with a real-life ‘Conduit site’ that recently sold for 8 figures ($50M!)
In plain english, the Conduit Method is about building websites & campaigns that exclusively target buyers – not just visitors.
“I got a chance to get an early bird version of V2, and it exceeded my expectations (which were high). Chris knows affiliate marketing and content publishing like no other. He shares everything he knows to create 6 & 7 figure content sites.
“My favourite part of V2 are the concrete examples and content-planning diagrams that spoon-feed you exactly how to get the right traffic for affiliate commissions. I also believe his content outlines will be effective for publishers who monetize with display ads as well.
“In fact, I know his content methods work because I’ve been using them effectively to get high-earning traffic. Conduit Method V2 is a must-have guide for your publishing arsenal.”
I actually coined the phrase ‘Conduit Method’ about 10 years ago, back when SEO marketers were discovering how profitable it was to just focus on creating product-focused content: product reviews, comparisons, pricing data, etc.
And it didn’t take long to catch on…
Soon enough, every competitive niche was filled with “review” sites… but most of these just scraped together low-effort, templated content, and didn’t offer users much actual insight.
As a result, Google recently changed its algorithm, raising the bar for product-focused content – which in turn wiped out thousands of affiliates & publishers in the process.
You can no longer just pump out a few product reviews, build some links and call it a day – those days are over.
Does this mean the Conduit Method is dead?
Not even close. Just ask Garrett: