If you’re getting to the point where you have a sizable list, you could create a series of emails to promote a product. This works best if it’s an information product with relatively high commissions.
There are numerous ways of making money online. You can sell ads, take online surveys, write articles or sell products online – affiliate marketing – to mention just but a few. However, are you aware that you can also make a lot of money from promoting stuff on YouTube? That’s right.
First of all, you’ll need a blog. I think most of you already have it. You need a little 100 daily visitors to your blog. If you don’t have a blog, then first create it and write unique articles to generate traffic. Reaching 100 visitors daily isn’t much hard for any of you.
Hi Chris. I still have a hard time visualizing making this kind of money selling amazon products, because the payouts are so low. You need to move a tremendous amount of merchandise in order to make decent money. The FBA makes more sense, because the commissions can be so much more.
The major thing in this business is that you get rewarded by helping to promote the product or service of a business. For instance, if you sign up for the affiliate program of Tips and Ticks HQ and promote its products, you get a certain percentage which is your commission whenever you send any visitor to the site and they make a purchase.
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I’d really like further input on this as this is one thing I have struggled with since starting a blog. I up with a lot of the affiliate networks but since starting my blog and really getting my feet wet with affiliates, I was able to truly grasp how many of the “great deals” I found on other blogs were just affiliate links. It was really discouraging to me personally, because here I was thinking that the blogger was finding all these great deals and wanting to share them with others, and then I realized that they get them emailed to them daily and get paid for getting us to sign up. I’m not saying I don’t think a blogger should make money from affiliates! However, I was personally discouraged after realizing the amount of affiliate posts that I’ve seen on other blogs, and it makes me not want to post any on my own blog. I eventually realized that one of my favorite blogs was practically posting affiliate posts all day long. I dunno, what do you think? Am I even making sense? 🙂 Maybe you can help me think about all this affiliate stuff in a different light!
Think about the payout. Do you prefer high one-time commission or do you prefer making money on each payment your customers make? When you promote SaaS products, a lifetime recurring commission may seem to be much more attractive in a long term. Do similar brands offer similar percentage? As mentioned before, don’t fall for a very high commission and get–rich–quick promise.
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What up! I’m Tom. I write tutorials on WordPress SEO and speed optimization. I also donate a good chunk of my affiliate income to good causes – in 2017 $3,000 was donated to Red Cross At Hurricane Harvey. Here’s my bio.
GREAT POST SEAN, I AM VERY ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT AFFFILIATE MARKETING. I HAVE READ A COUPLE OF ARTICLES ABOUT IT INCLUDING YOURS. THE PROBLEM I HAVE IS I DONT HAVE A WEBSITE OR A BLOG. AM ,HOWEVER, INTERESTED IN GETING ONE , BUT IS IT REALLY ADVISABLE TO DELVE INTO THE AFFILIATE BUISNESS AS A NEW BLOGGER HAVING NOT AMASSED GOOD TRAFFIC ON THE SITE ?