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Keep Abreast and Stay Relevant on Your Affiliate Programs

Published on 2/22/2014
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Keep up to date on the latest offerings of your affiliate programs. New ad units, advertisers, and tools are constantly being added to improve usability and be more visually appealing. Small changes go a long way in motivating action by readers. You may be left out in the dust by being complacent with your strategy.


Don't get lazy about monitoring trends and exploring new opportunities. As soon as new opportunities arise, evaluate them and determine if they can be useful in your endeavors. If not, discard them immediately.


In order to know what’s relevant to your customers, you have to first get to know them and then use what you learn to create content that different segments of your market will find relevant to their unique wants and needs. Here are a few tips to help you do just that:


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Use your data. Yes, analytics is important in order to determine which campaigns are working and which should be scrapped for newer models, but are you really using this data to your full advantage? If you’re not using a tool to help you breakdown IP addresses and get to the root of who your target market really is, then you’ll never succeed at reaching them where they are, no matter how interesting and effective you think your content is.


2. Be considerate. Being considerate of your customer’s time is a tried and true marketing practice. Why? Because it works. How can an e Marketer be respectful of a visitor’s time? By cutting the fluff. Don’t worry, I’m not suggesting you create less content—contrary to popular belief, less is not more when it comes to web content. What I am suggesting, however, is that you figure out what your web visitor is looking for, and present them with only this information. There are ways to do this instantly—as soon as the visitor lands on your site—and it will help your visitor zero in on what’s important to them, and then take the next logical step towards conversion, whether it’s to make a purchase, fill out a form, or subscribe to your newsletter. In this regard, what’s good for the customer is also good for your bottom line.


3. Don’t go it alone. Depending upon how many web visitors you have, the thought of displaying customized content for each of them may seem overwhelming, if not impossible. Luckily, there are tools available that can help you accomplish this goal with very little effort on your part. So, before you give up on the idea or attempt a do-it-yourself job, consider a content optimization service that can all but do it for you.


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