Spending lots of time on great content is so important. A lot of people don’t have the patience to see results though, or spend so much time reaching out to bloggers with their mediocre content. Totally agree :-0
You should make your product review video more affiliate friendly. You can do this by placing the affiliate link both in the text and video itself. By doing this, you make it easier for your viewer to see the relationship so that he/she can click on it and possibly purchase your product.
In the case of cost per mille/click, the publisher is not concerned about whether a visitor is a member of the audience that the advertiser tries to attract and is able to convert, because at this point the publisher has already earned his commission. This leaves the greater, and, in case of cost per mille, the full risk and loss (if the visitor cannot be converted) to the advertiser.
Amazon and affiliate marketing in general is a decent way of making side income, but nothing really compares to making your own product or service that others will pay for, especially something that ppl will pay for month after month. WIth affiliate marketing, you’re basically helping retailers find lifelong customers, and you get a cut just once. Bad deal, IMO
Ask around to find someone who really made it – in affiliate marketing, and the answer is you won’t find many. You will however find that most of them transition to some form of a product or service they sell to you, be it content writing, guru-ness teaching, learning the ropes, e-books, sales, etc. all to tell you how to make it in affiliate marketing world. Quite a contradiction.
As part of its latest News Feed algorithm changes, Facebook is taking concerted steps to ensure that videos on the platform, “encourage meaningful social interaction.” The company has updated its video recommendations and as a result, the total time users spent on Facebook dropped by 5%, or roughly 50 million hours a day, during Q4 2017.
Yah EPN is pretty good in certain niches I’ve found as well. Niche wise I bet it’d be an easy transition for you to incorporate Amazon into your websites as well. At the very least you should be split testing it so that you can see which one will make you the most money.
So what I’ll do is put together an article of all the top products that are on sale in my niche using the tips I’ve shared earlier like linking as many times as possible, making the product image clickable and then sending out an email to my list etc. to get even more conversions.
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Electronic Drum Kit Reviews – This is your typical Amazon associates website. They’ve got a variety of articles about drumming gear as well as actual product reviews and a long “buyer’s guide” on the homepage. They receive anywhere between 4-8,5% per sale.
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How-tos and tutorials. If you have a skill that you can share, there are other people out there wanting to learn it. You can always break down tutorial videos into smaller, bite-size chunks to make them easier to film.
Thanks for this great advice John, I dont know why i didnt think of this earlier, it didnt even occur to me that I could add links to the video descriptions. I have a few video that do pretty well on youtube so I’m going to try this strategy on those videos and see how they convert in terms of affiliate sales. Thanks again.
Wow! This is a great article, thank you for sharing! You have provided us with so many great tips and such a great amount of information on affiliate marketing, it is a great resource for those who are completely overwhelmed with all the different parts of the industry.
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Seize control: This new ad format gives advertisers more control over their Facebook marketing than ever before. With in-stream ads, you can choose who receives your content, as well as which publishers within Facebook’s Audience Network you want your content pushed to. Take the time to adequately research your target consumer, including their likes, interests and favorite publishers – and don’t just blindly trust your agencies either. Do your own research, too.
Facebook is by far the most popular social media channel. According to Social Media Examiner’s 2017 Social Media Industry Report, 93% of social media advertisers use Facebook Ads. The next network that’s even close is Instagram with 24%, but that’s also a part of the Facebook platform.
On one hand, Facebook is aggressively simplifying the marketer’s experience. The end goal is that you as a brand simply plug in your goals, content and audiences, and then press a button for Facebook to take over from there.
I’ve never found a way to rationalize using affiliate marketing for my site without being concerned with compromising my message, but at the same time, you’re right that it does confer lots of benefits. What are your thoughts on this?
Once again, you have delivered a powerful, well-written idea. My only problem is that you are so inspirational I want to drop everything I’m currently doing to try out your ideas the minute they show up.