My name is Sara Young. I’m a mother of 7 kids, a grandmother of one cute boy, and a super-affiliate.
I’ve been earning an income online since 1994, and teaching others how to do so since 2009. I estimate that I’ve sold over $5 million in products online.
Some things you may want to know about me:
In 2010 I created my first course, and it ended up helping hundreds of people make their first sales online. This has become my favorite thing to do, and I’ve chosen to focus all my efforts on teaching others, and managing my affiliate sites.
In 2011 I created my first coaching program with live group calls, and discovered that I love being able to communicate with my students this way.
In 2015 one of my students did so well that he was chosen by Amazon to teach their affiliates how to earn an income from their sites.
In 2016, I was featured on the cover of Content Marketing Magazine.
November 2017 was the month where I earned the highest amount of money from one site: $59,502.87 in affiliate commissions in just one month from just one site (it was around 12 months old).
In 2018 I co-founded Digital Worth Academy with SEO and marketing genius Andrew Hansen. I consider it my best training program ever, so if you’re one of the people who experienced my previous courses – you know it has to be good…
In 2018 I also started drinking real coffee, which could be one of my bigger achievements 🙂
What do I write on this blog?
Here I choose to focus on science-based techniques for increasing productivity and happiness in business and in life. This is my biggest passion, because isn’t that the purpose of what we do?
I also write about technical how-to topics. I find that my readers enjoy how I simplify and break-down complicated processes so they are easier to follow.
If you want instructions on how to build and earn money from an affiliate site – you’ll find that information inside the members area of Digital Worth Academy.
When I’m not teaching others or parenting my children, you’re likely to find me reading about psychology and philosophy, or taking photos of mountains and skies.