Target Reviews


In 1983 I was introduced to “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill.  Though this book is now 74 years old, it’s wisdom is as true today as it was in 1937. 

In 1998 I purchased my first audio tape program “Lead the Field” by Earl Nightingale.  The program was produced by Nightingale-Conant, a word leader in self-development for over 40 years.  The second audio program I bought was of course “Think and Grow Rich”.

Since then, I have purchased dozens of Nightingale-Conant’s audio programs.  I listen to them in my car and while I’m out running/jogging.  Ok, so it’s more of a fast walk – but at least I’m still out there!

When I got the concept for Target Reviews, one of the first niche products that came to mind were the Nightingale-Conant audio programs.  These programs represent  the type of quality that I want to offer readers.  Quality that will help us stand out from the other so-called review sites.  And of course being associate with a company such as Nightingale-Conant adds instant credibility.

One night while having a glass of Cabernet and working on Target Reviews, on a whim I emailed the company and filled out an affiliate application.  Hey, why not?  What’s the worst that can happen? 

So I sat and waited, fully expecting them to turn me down because Target Reviews is a start up venture.  To my surprise, I received an email on Friday.  After reviewing my qualifications as a programmer and web designer, they took a look at  Target Reviews and approved the application.

This is truly an amazing opportunity for Target Reviews.  I sincerely believe in Nightingale-Conant’s programs and look forward to writing reviews of many of the programs which I have listened to over and over – year after year!

I hope you decide to find out for yourself why I made Nightingale-Conant’s programs a part of my life.

Watch this web site for reviews of these incredible audio programs. 

Bruce A. Walker


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  2. I’ve been using NC affiliate program for a while, but only targeting a few of the products. To my dismay the affiliate site is one of the worst I’ve had to deal with. Difficult to find good creatives, products missing from the site. Lack of information regarding use of sub ids, deploy creative workings and a host of other issues on display.

    I was so aggravated with my last attempt at trying to use the site I wasted an hour writing the affiliate support team and then trying to find out if anyone else was having difficulty with them. Your review was the closest thing I found to anyone even talking about them positive or negative.

    What’s worse is there sales copy is so filled with all the other distractions that as an affiliate you’re going to have to really sell the product so your customer will be dead locked on purchase rather than be distracted by all the bells and whistles they run into. Need less to say I’m a bit disappointed.

    • I do have to agree with you on the NC affiliate program. The website interface is horrible. And I certainly don’t trust their commission tracking. But the NC audio programs are still the best on the market. I would recommend them to our readers without commission.

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