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Promote products from different merchants within your niche. This way, if you have a problem with receiving payment from a merchant, or their products do not convert well, the effects on your business will be minimal. Watch out for exclusivity agreements. Protect yourself and diversify so that you do not feel the famine effect if something goes wrong. This is your business, and there is absolutely nothing wrong with promoting niche products from different merchants.
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“All of them, we found, have some flaws in fit, functionality, or convenience. Because this is the first generation of the technology, manufacturers are still working out the kinks. As a result, we can’t make an overall pick that we think would work for most people. What will work for you depends on what mobile device you have and how willing you are to put up with performance glitches in order to take advantage of a cutting-edge (but still clearly work-in-progress) convenience feature.”