Connections are the heart of online marketing. Affiliate programs take that concept to the next level.
Google is doing everything possible to reward brands, verify the identity of content authors and kill any affiliate site that doesn’t bring a “value add” to the web. Times – and the affiliate game – have changed. If you want to build something legitimate that has a chance of surviving long term on the web, you need to choose your niche with the above in mind.
A comprehensive post with lots of examples from other bloggers.
By failing to blog without a proper affiliate disclosure, you’re gambling with your professional assets every single day.
That’s why it’s vital that you, with help from this article, create or review your affiliate disclosure today. This will ensure legal actions aren’t taken against you and the blog you work so hard on.
In this post, you’ll discover 31 ways to experiment and profit with affiliate links. Plus, Justine includes a handy affiliate promotion planner to help you take immediate action.
You don’t have to launch your own product to earn income from your blog. You don’t even need a huge audience (although audience size does help).
In this post, Corbett Barr show syou exactly how to make money with your blog using something known as affiliate marketing. He provides real examples of how this works in practice (with actual sales figures) AND gives you 10 ideas for products you could sell through your own blog.
There are a ton of benefits to a company running a “flash” sale to their audience. But did you know that as an affiliate, flash sales can be very profitable to you as well? In this video, Matt McWilliams shares how to make the most out of promoting flash sales as an affiliate.
Five post types can be added to any type of niche, not just one on book marketing. So, check them out and start thinking about how you can create the sort of content that provides for your readers, but also offers natural ways to increase your bottom line.
Are you running affiliate promotions but not making any sales? if you’re not seeing conversions, these 3 questions from Darren Rowse might just help to unearth some strategies to help you move
Pat Flynn, of Smart Passive Income, is well known for his income reports. In the past year, he has consistently earned 6 figures each month. A large part of that is due to affiliate marketing.
In this post, he provides a more detailed and concrete example of how he earns an income from affiliate programs, specifically illustrating where on his site (and “off site”) sales are coming from
Mid-December 2010: on Darren Rowses photography site, he launched a new campaign—their first ever 12 Days of Christmas promotion. The result was his biggest month of earnings ever up to that point. In 2012, he changed the campaign and ended up tripling his revenue. In this, he shared what he learned. Quite a fascinating case study.
In 13 years of blogging, Darren Rowse has made over $600’000 with the Amazon affiliate program. He currently earns around 50-60k a year from it despite it not being one of his main income streams. This is an incredibly useful post with over 30 tips. So many people overlook Amazon because the commissions are small compared to other sites, but it can really add up.
Affiliate Marketing: Bonuses
Buy this course through my link and get $24,897 in bonuses!” We’ve all seen these elaborate (some might say “over the top”) bonus packages that come with affiliate offers. But do they actually work? Matt McWilliams decided to put it to the test and shares his results in this post.
If you take the time to put together a great affiliate bonus package, you should roll it out at the right time. But when is that? The day the cart opens? The next day? The last day?
Matt McWilliams shares the best time in this video.