yes I am aware of the search button as I posted. I am looking for direction and I want to "cut to the chase" I am not interested in spending months sifting through every single post about affiliate marketing trying to figure out what is good information and what is useless (as I am sure there are tons of useless posts and mis information) not to mention outdated information. 

The University of Denver offers a Certificate in Marketing Communication, which consists of 4 standard courses and 2 chosen elective courses. Students may choose from over 20 electives, and this serves to allow students to delve deeper into their chosen area of interest, becoming more specialized in a given area and thus sharpening their career-oriented focus. Terms last 10 weeks, though students do have a time-limit to finish the course material. The certificate is also regionally accredited by the NCA, meaning the certificate will hold more clout than those aren’t accredited. While this certificate is the most expensive on this list the high quality education of the larger University and intensive, comprehensive, and longer design of the program itself seems to justify the expense.
DePaul University is private university located in Chicago, Illinois and was founded by the Vincentians in 1898, in relation to the 17th-century French priest Saint Vincent de Paul, the University’s namesake. Following in the footsteps of its founders, the University places a special emphasis on recruiting first-generation students as well as those from impoverished backgrounds. In 1998 DePaul University became the largest Catholic University in the United States by enrollment.
The University of St. Thomas offers a Digital Marketing Certificate, composed of three programs: Internet Marketing Essentials, Digital Advertising Solutions, and Marketing Data Analysis: Design, Dissect, Decide. Each section is taught by a rockstar instructors specializing in that subject matter, who have established their rapport through real success in their relative corners of the industry. Students in the program will also be able to interact with their instructors in real-time through virtual classroom interfaces.
Since July 2014 I read for the first time about affiliate marketing, I never heard of this way of working before. Until then, I have worked in MLM (multi-level-marketing). Which wasn't that suitable for me. MLM is a very aggressive way of marketing, and you do need to harass everyone around you to join. That's not quite me. Affiliate marketing works very different. You write reviews about products of a company, and when people decide to buy something after reading your review, you get a few percentage of the sale. That's more my line of work.
It can sometimes feel sleezy to sell affiliate offers especially in some niches, the product that converts the best are not always the best product for people, for example, I was promoting this anti-aging cream, not because I thought it was actually great for people but because that was the only offer that was converting well on Facebook ads and my mentor told me to do it. A lot of the marketing that’s used to sell those products are manipulating people’s negative emotions about their self-image and I would get bunch of comments from people that claimed that the product was a scam. I made some money but it didn’t make feel that great promoting an anti-wrinkle cream that I had very little faith in.
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