Try to write one good post about an expensive product or a list of expensive products that you recommend and actually use. Make sure it has good SEO and wait about 6 months for it to start making money. This is what started making me money at first. My Non-toxic play mats posts got on the first page of Google results and it started making me affiliate income.
Another way that you can boost interaction is to create separate sites on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram. Not all of these will really fit with every type of niche, but if it seems appropriate, go for it. A lot of your readers use these sites on a daily basis, so it can be a good way to help them stay up to date.
Great post, Sean! I have been using Adsense for the most part for two years now and each year, due to great content, my income has doubled. Thanks for all the great content, and this is sure to open my eyes a bit more to the likes of Amazon, which, I will admit, I have been ignoring due to the way they treat their affiliates. But, maybe it’s just me being a turd….
Let me give a quick look at what Affiliate marketing is and how it works before listing out the best WordPress Affiliate Plugins. In simple words, you advertise and promote a product or service on your blog or website, with every visitor that you bring to them, and who actively buys the product or service will fetch you a share of the revenue generated or a standard fixed price will be offered.
What I want to do is I want to break down step-by-step exactly how I was able to create this. I’m going to go over to email, first of all, and there was a bunch of emails sent out, and I get a lot of these. I’ve signed up for different JV lists, which is basically you partner with somebody else in the online marketing space in a specific niche, and then you have the opportunity to promote their launches when they launch a brand new product.
Yes pretty much – I found a niche (WordPress speed / SEO) and write detailed tutorials for topics about those. In them I refer people to SiteGround with aff links. You can do videos too. Finding a niche and creating good content is the hard part (getting traffic)… from there you just drop some affiliate links to a product or service your readers would benefit from.
Last week, I found out that all of my BuyCostumes.com links were dead (they are through CJ). When I contacted the affiliate mgr to ask why, her first response was this, “Hi Sandee, are you aware of tax nexus laws that have been passed in IL, CT, RI, NC and AR? Do you reside in any of these states?” I replied back that I live in IL and her second response was this, ” I’m so sorry. I had to terminate partnerships with IL affiliates as of June, 2011.” Then I emailed CJ to find out how I can tell which merchants within the network are still doing business in IL. Here’s the response I got, “If the advertiser accepted you, then that would generally mean that the advertiser has no problems with your state. You may always follow up with the advertisers directly, but them accepting you should generally be a good sign.”
At that point, the customer is happy with your product and more receptive to promoting it especially when there’s money in it for them. If you choose affiliate marketing software that comes with an automated affiliate emails feature, you won’t have to deal with the time-consuming, tedious task of emailing people one at a time. (Yes, even if you’re a copy / paste master.)
Digital Camera. If you want to make your own real life footage, you'll need to invest in a digital camera. The cost of this item depends on the quality of footage you want to take; these days you can buy cameras which shoot 4k footage, but you may only want standard HD. If your budget is tight, an iPhone camera can do a good job these days, especially if you have one of the newer models.