Affiliate marketing. What do you think?
What do you think? I am thinking into try it out and I read stuffs about it. However what's your take on this matter?
Affiliate marketing is a great way to earn some extra income. It's also very addictive! If you are new, try and stay focused: there are many distractions out there. You shouldn't have to pay out any money except for your hosting. Nearly everything else offered to Affiliate Marketers at a price is either a scam, or unnecessary. It just comes down to hard work and dedication.
Affiliate marketing is my main source of income, and I strongly recommend that you try it. As shakkydo says, it is easy to get distracted, particularly in the early stages when you are constantly wondering if you are doing the right thing. My advice is to start with just one niche and one website, preferably in a market that you know and like.
My other piece of advice is - do not give in or give up! Keep at it (because success often takes a few months or even years!), enjoy that first sale, then the first 50 sales, then the fist 100 .....
As a company looking for rapid introduction of our service, we will offer an affiliate program. Affiliates will be responsible for sending traffic to our webinars and receive a commission after we make the sale. The niche is in real estate and mortgage banking.
indeed as the previous responses, affiliate marketing is great and addictive, as a figure of speach, 4 years ago, i hardly knew how the internet worked, now i am addicted to it, like other people like basketball, i like affiliate marketing.
But, the thing is you need to stay on top of things and focused, take the time to learn and fail, read books, they offer for free, st1st month or year, DO NOT give up.
It can take some time, yet it is verry rewarding at the end.
I think it takes time to make sales, if you looking to make money quickly this may not be for you.
by Bobri Dobri 6 years ago
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by DrMikeFitzpatrick 5 years ago
I wonder how affiliates actually make money. If you sell Amazon books, HOW? Do you set up websites to sell others products? If so, do you all know html code to be a successful affiliate? How many products do you have to sell to make over $3,000 a month? Is your business eventually a...
by BrianFanslau 8 years ago
I am looking for real pros. I've been keyed in on a new product that will be backed by large names such as Zappos, Pizza hut, Target, Walmart, Etc...Shoot me an e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or connect with me on Hubpages.The name of the game is customer acquisition. Pizza-Hut will be placing...
by Pandoras Box 7 years ago
This is what I have heard on facebook. That HP needs to get rid of the affiliate marketers. To me this makes no sense - if HP gets rid of the people actually earning money, they lose big. I understand that some people write pure crap. I'm confused as to why this is being blamed on affiliate...
by Maira818 8 years ago
I sure DON't
by AllieRambles 6 years ago
Should I trust a PR 0 site about Affiliate Marketing for advice about affiliate marketing?
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