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How Does Affiliate Marketing Work?

Published on 12/23/2017
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When it comes to affiliate marketing it is an art form to it why? is that just because it is every company has an affiliate program you can join and it's is free all you need to do is draw traffic to an website and when people buy you get paid The affiliate owns a website. The affiliate could be you, me or that weird guy next door. Seriously, it’s not that complicated to build a website suitable for the job (although marketing that website

effectively is another matter, but we’ll get to that later). The website an affiliate owns contains information (or reviews) about a product sold on the advertiser’swebsite. The advertiser could be any business which sells a product online. It could be John Lewis, Amazon or even your local skateboard shop, if it has an online store. As

an example, let’s assume John is an affiliate. He has a website which is all about skateboarding. On it, he has a

blog where he shares videos of his latest stunts, pictures of the parks he’s visited and in-depth reviews of the best and worst skateboards he’s ever used. The reviews contain a deep link to the page on the advertiser’s website where the recommended skateboard can be purchased. The key to this is that the link is not a standard link such as:

Sellect An Niche Before you even begin building your first site, you’ll need to decide which niche you’re going to target. Obviously, if you don't know what your site is about or who you're going to target with it, you can't really build a site around it...can you? If you’ve already figured this one out, way to go! This is undoubtedly one of the most difficult and overwhelming steps. If you don't quite know what your niche is yet, here's some advice that you might find useful. Some key questions to ask yourself when determining your niche are: Do your Research Affiliate Programs Once you've decided on a niche, it’s time to find out what’s out there in terms of programs and products to promote. You've probably already done a bit of research for this while researching your niche — now you need to dig deeper. Choosing an affiliate program will take some work, but don’t be afraid to invest a significant amount of time into it because this is, of course, where your income will come from. Choosing the right program will make it well worth your while!

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