Every section of the homepage is customizable so you can add whatever coupons and offers you want. There’s also a complete coupon archive integrated with site search which allows visitors to easily find any deals on your site. Coupons can have expiration dates, extra reward options, and a counter advertising how many other people have used the coupon so far.
I am absolutely new to the whole online marketing thing. I visited CB in 2012, then, it appeared overwhelming so I put it on the back burner. A week ago I revisited CB and ran two campaigns without a website nor blog . I went to Fiverr and had traffic directed to my CB ad. At this point, I’m just waiting to see if anything converts. I jumped in without knowing too much of what I was doing… I needed to take some type of action.
That’s a great tip Sean, thanks! I was thinking about what you said in your post about some companies not putting that they have affiliate links and you having to do some digging and there are couple of companies/authors who made products I love and keep using, but I’m not sure how to go ahead and ask about the affiliate link. I read the post you linked below about asking for guest blogging, which I thought was a must-read, and so, if you think of doing a follow-up on this one, would love to read some of your tips and do’s and don’t about this. Thanks again, Sean, you’re doing some very inspiring work here!
Answer: This is a common question. The answer is that the most successful internet marketers, and the ones that make the most money, understand both sides of the ClickBank business model. Further, almost all vendors also make money as affiliates for products and services related to their own. And most tenured affiliates eventually start to offer their own products on the vendor side. It’s a virtual double-dip model.
Shawn’s Affiliate Marketing Blog provides the latest industry news and advice on how to make money online. Like many other bloggers on this list, Shawn is honest in saying that you won’t get rich through affiliate marketing, but you can make a little extra cash on the side. He also only endorses the products and services that he uses himself, so you can rest assured that these are quality products/services.
What I did is I went to JVNotifyPro, and you can go to either one of these. On MunchEye.com, you can see the big launches on the left-hand side here. This is typically all the launches that are going to have a lot of affiliates. We can also go to JVNotifyPro. We can scroll down here, and what I did is I went to January 23rd. This was back around the end of December, and I saw this offer by Aidan Booth and Steve Clayton. It’s The 7-Figure Cycle. It’s an eCommerce product, and what I did is I looked at the Clicks to JV page. If this over 1,000 unique clicks, even over 500, it means it’s going to be a pretty popular product. It’s going to be a good launch.
You can also make "money marketing" by having ads on your site. Some companies will pay you directly to place their ads on your site, but Google’s AdSense automatically places ads on your site and pays you whenever someone clicks on it. Many affiliate marketers also earn money from writing “sponsored posts,” where a company pays you directly to feature their product on your site.
I’ve just started my blog. I feel that I definitely stand out when it comes to promoting my blog posts on Pinterest because I create illustrated blog post images and don’t use stock photos. But I’m trying to own it. Like you said, there’s a lot of learning involved and there is no better way to improve in Blogging other than actually getting down and dirty with it, lol.
Video Editing Software. There are lots of different video editing software programs on the market these days, but if you're just starting out, there's nothing wrong with using good old free Windows Movie Maker. It's fine for simple editing, voice over and making quality videos. If you want something with a few more bells and whistles, you can consider getting a premium product such as Sony Vegas or Adobe Premier.