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7 Great Affiliate Networks

Published on 8/31/2017
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Now, back to business!

A lot of discussions about affiliate networks seem
to start and end with ClickBank. ClickBank is one of
the best networks for newcomers. It accepts almost
all new members, takes care of affiliate revenues
instantly, and pays regularly.

In saying that, it's certainly not your only option.
The affiliate marketing business is worth billions of
dollars annually, and while ClickBank is huge,
it's only a part of that.

If you haven't found what you're looking for on
ClickBank, or you're just interested in trying a
different network, these other 7 affiliate
networks are top choices as well.

Markethealth.com: For those interested in physical
products in the health and well-being niches, this is a
good place to get started. Getting accepted is quick and easy
and the payouts are better than other physical goods sites,
as well.

The great payouts are a big contributor to why MarketHealth
has become so popular. Maximum payouts range upwards of
$60-$75 for single products.

The site also has plenty of recurring memberships in its
catalog; the potential for long-term profits is quite high.

Additionally, MarketHealth will pay directly to PayPal, which
means less time waiting for payment releases.

Rakuten LinkShare: LinkShare has super-simple acceptance policies
and top-notch tracking of hops and conversions.

The commission rates are, unfortunately, lower than other
networks, because merchants pay for the right to use the
service. Payments are slow in coming, as well.

The upside is that LinkShare is where you can find
top-level companies people will be familiar with,
allowing you to use that brand recognition as a selling
point.

The site also provides a number of useful tutorials and
development tools, along with a development team that can
answer most of your questions.

As Seen on PC: The acceptance process here is also pretty
simple, but you'll generally need a website of some sort
before they'll let you through. The site does offer physical
products as well, with decent commissions.

If you're interested in having a good array of products to
sell and upsell through a newsletter sequence or on your
website, this is a great way to do that.

CJ Affiliate by Conversant: The commissions here vary
wildly, but with easy acceptance and some decent products
to choose from, it can be a good place to spend some time
promoting affiliate products.

The variety is fantastic, but if you're a newcomer, you'll
need to learn to spot the bad offers and avoid
anything that doesn't pay out well.

Use the "Network Earnings" bar to get an idea of how
each advertiser has been performing. Click on an
advertiser to reveal more information about them, have
a look at the website and apply to build relationships
with anyone you like the look of.

ShareASale: This is a slightly smaller site compared to
CJ Affiliate by Conversant, but is growing fast and
generally has better commissions than most other sites.
It is also fairly simple to join up with, so the time
investment is small.

The tracking from ShareASale is among the best on the
web and the site does not approve any offers that have
tricky rebilling or oddball payment structures that can
lead to ethical quandaries.

Additionally, the offers do not include software, or
sketchy health, home business, or scam-like products. It's
quickly becoming a popular choice for those seeking
quality products to promote.

Neverblue Ads: Neverblue is a well-respected network
for CPA, or cost-per-action, advertising.

This is a tricky one, because the network is a
little selective in its signup process. Neverblue usually
wants intermediate and advanced affiliate marketers on
its teams.

I usually recommend having a ClickBank account for a bit
first, so you can build a site and your commissions and
use them as your examples when applying.

If you are using PPC, make sure to mention it on the
application. PPC traffic is a quick seller. If you're a
fan of affiliate managers, you get quite a bit of help
from the people at Neverblue as well.

Affiliate.com: Yet another cost-per-action network that
expects you to spend some time working on your marketing
skills before you sign up. The variety is rather small,
too, which can be frustrating.

However, if you are successful here, you can make a
tremendous amount of money because of the high payouts.
Online since 2001, Affiliate.com has been focused on helping
affiliates as much as possible.

The network has high standards, but it rewards those who meet
them with top-notch tools and only the best opportunities,
all pre-scanned before being posted.

Choosing Your Affiliate Networks

The thing about choosing a good affiliate network is that
you're never going to need all of them. In fact, I know
marketers who have reached 7- and 8-figure incomes with
only 1 network and they never run out of things to
promote.

But, if you are looking for variety or options that don't
have the same level of competition that a site like
ClickBank breeds, the 7 sites above are a fantastic place
to start.

Thanks for reading, and remember to grab your copy of the
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