Hi Amy! I’ve been reading your blog for a couple weeks now. I’m setting up my blog, but haven’t started posting yet. Your site has been incredibly helpful! I just signed up with LinkShare and was approved by my first advertiser. I’m attempting to do “Deep Linking” to a product I think will be of interest to my readers. I’m attempting to put the ad in the sidebar, but haven’t yet succeeded. LinkShare gave me the code, but I don’t know what to do with it. I tried putting it in a text widget, but that didn’t work. (I’m using WordPress.org and Atahualpa.) I tried to search your site for instructions, but haven’t found any. Do you have instructions for that?
When I found the training and mentoring community I’m still a part of I knew nothing about affiliate marketing. Less than a year later I made $4k in one month! Affiliate marketing is a $6 BILLION/YEAR industry and it’s only GROWING MORE!
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This is an epic content, thank you, Leanne! Recruiting affiliates for your own product is also a great way for growing your revenue but all affiliates are not created equal. So, it’s important you know what you doing.
Basically, you as a publisher will be rewarded when you help a business by promoting their products or services. So for example, if you sign up for Tips and Ticks HQ’s affiliate program and promote it’s products then you will get a commission when the visitor you send from your site makes a purchase.
I absolutely love your post about Affiliate Marketing for Beginners: How to Make Your First Affiliate Marketing Sale in 7 Steps. Over the years I have found that people put too much emphasis on “how to make more sales” versus teaching techniques as to how a beginner can make their first sale . Understanding how to make that first sale is key.
Totally agree with your opinion on affiliate marketing. I’m in the same space myself and can tell you what it feels like to earn $1000 commissions while literally sitting on the sofa watching TV. It is absolutely mind-blowing. High-ticket commissions are what sets apart the affiliate marketers that scale their business up to six or even seven figures to the ones that only make a few thousand a month. I run a website based on digital marketing an entrepreneurship. You should check out our affiliate program – it is guaranteed to blow your mind. 🙂
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First of all thanks for the valuable information your website have. I am in the Marketing and sales field of Banking and Pharmaceuticals for about 10 years. I was researching, how should I make money online. I found Affiliate Marketing is a suitable ground for me to play on. Problem is that I am not a techie person, can say I know how to browse internet and how to do emails and how to use facebook etc.
Thank you so much for a clear and concise breakdown of the Amazon Associate program. I’ve been ready (finally) to make the jump and have been working out my monetization strategies. This tutorial has not only helped me better understand how the program works, but has also given me some other – much simpler – ideas for other niche sites that I can get up and going very quickly! I appreciate your hard work and the effort you put into this. I look forward to reading more from you.
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Nice point 9 was new to me and point 13 is something I think I need to take up. Thanks a lot, looking into reviewAZON but the features aren’t well described on their site… It looks good from what you’ve said on your site though.
You could also be facing a situation where the potential client has had a bad experience with personal training before. They were promised the world by somebody who didn’t deliver. Who’s to say you’re different?
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Amazon’s obviously a really big one. It’s an easy one that a lot of people like to use. So I would start with Amazon if you’re new to affiliate links. The other places I would check would be CJ.com, LinkShare.com, ShareASale.com, and ImpactRadius.com. They’re like the affiliate networks or the houses that house all the different brands inside. So you can find the Wal-Marts and the Targets or whatever inside those networks. So once you get approved for their service, you can just start applying to all those different ones.
Yes, I always leave the site when there are hundrets of add or even worse popus in you face. Its hard to believe for me, that those even work. Everyone I know, the first thing they are looking for the X sign in those popups.
I was surprised to find that Facebook video ads can be up to 120 minutes in length. This is insanely long, and the chances of someone completing a 2-hour video while on a social network seem pretty unlikely.
Start out with finding your niche. Here are some suggestions: http://www.affilorama.com/blog/3-untapped-niches | http://www.affilorama.com/blog/grow-taller-affiliate-programs | http://www.affilorama.com/blog/stop-smoking-affiliate-programs |
A study by Anagard informed that when it comes to attention on the web, it’s a case of blink and miss. So people normally see a certain content on Facebook for 6 seconds or less (just somewhat longer than the average link). So if people don’t notice, your content can’t convert, so whatever them look longer will help with conversions. That’s what educational and inspirational videos do. Use quality best practices while creating such videos.
It is not a waste of time to write meaningful, helpful posts that don’t contain a single affiliate link. Too often bloggers ask, “how could this post earn me money?” and not, “how can I position my blog as one that is a valuable resource?” Build the trust with your readership through solid, quality content so when you do have the right opportunity to share an affiliate link or two – you’ll have a captured audience and not a desensitized one.
hi finch, looking to start in the affiliate marketing just as extra income for an engineer student who still has papers to clear, and time to invest. my comfort zone shouldnt be above 100, because i dont have any money to invest in this. So where should i start?