How do i start affiliate marketing

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    charlesefeposted 14 years ago

    I have been trying to make money online,don't nothing to show for it. I need help from you all.Tell me how to make money with affiliate marketing.

    1. Jackson Riddle profile image48
      Jackson Riddleposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      first you need to register with clickbank or something like that.

      then come back here

    2. Uninvited Writer profile image79
      Uninvited Writerposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Maybe you should read your own hubs which tell you how to do that?

    3. The10DollarMark profile image59
      The10DollarMarkposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      So, in other words, you're a liar.

      You say in your bio you've been making money online since 2007. And that you're "an expert in product creation,information marketing,web development,traffic genius(TAFFIC BROKEN) sport betting, affiliate marketing,and CPA marketing"

      If you're an expert, why do you need help? If you haven't been making money online, why do you claim you have? And if you know nothing of affiliate marketing, why do you have an affiliate marketing blog, a hub for making money from amazon affiliate, and a hub on making money from affiliate marketing?

      Oh, and if you really wanted to learn, you could always do a hubpages site search or a google search.

      1. Supatrupa profile image60
        Supatrupaposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        lol  that's pretty daft of you to ask about making money using affiliate programs when you claim to be a genius at it .. get real dude tongue

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      vetbuyshomesposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      This was pretty funny actually. Wow!

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    daniellemahlerlaposted 14 years ago

    My suggestion is to look up Tony Faver. He offers an excellent affiliate program. I can't link the website here, but he is easy enough to find. I tried and I make a decent amount based on how much I work.

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    Twenty One Daysposted 14 years ago

    if you know anything about the iMarket you know asking bait/switch questions like that isn't going to get you new affiliates.

    You should take our training course, might help you get past that kind of mentality...

    This is a prime example why less than 2% of Internet/Network/Affiliate/MLM marketers are succeeding in the global marketplace.

    1. Obscure Divine profile image61
      Obscure Divineposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Yeah, but, the adult entertainment industry still kicks arse!  Maybe he/she should venture into that niche; just my thoughts.  neutral

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        Twenty One Daysposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        OD! feeling better?

        no doubt about the adult venue. oddly, the NM/MLM consortium has never considered it a possibility, yet nearly 50 million people worldwide, daily, indulge this type of entertainment.

        My personal morals keep me from it. I lean towards music -especially independent music. We are working on a NM concept that might pull the pants off the MLM problem child and pioneer the industry, since most is geared toward health/nutrition or website resell.

        1. Obscure Divine profile image61
          Obscure Divineposted 14 years agoin reply to this

          Yeah, but I really didn't feel bad yesterday; I was just a down-right hyperactive sot!

          I'm actually very knowledgeable about some of these "money making" subjects.  ...I just got out of the biz, a few years ago.  It was fun, but darn time-consuming! 

          Health/nutrition?  Hmm, medical science is definitely one of my strong points.  You also mentioned music; cool!  What genre do you fall under, when it comes to music or do you, like, have a diverse field of taste?

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            Twenty One Daysposted 14 years agoin reply to this

            extremely diverse. everything from Greek rock to swedish punk -literally. I pulled together about 50 solid artists for a project last year. the concept didn't stick so we are revamping it in the hopes of relaunching.

            my issue with MLM/NM is that 90% of the proceeds goes to the mother company -mostly because of the structure, be it Uni-level, binary, matrix etc. I racked my brain for months until coming up with a program that reverses the structure, supports the artist and turns an immediate profit for the affiliate/sponsor.

            I heard the sciences were vamping up, but were getting eaten by Venture Cap groups. Is that true?

            1. Obscure Divine profile image61
              Obscure Divineposted 14 years agoin reply to this

              You call it "venture cap" as I call it "monetary madness." ...This much, as both our statements, is probably true;  big_smile

  4. adamsbell profile image53
    adamsbellposted 11 years ago

    When you sign up for an affiliate program, an affiliate link with a unique affiliate ID will be assigned to you. The affiliate link is used for marketing the products of your merchant. When a visitor buys an item through your affiliate link, you earn affiliate commission. Here are the steps to starting an affiliate marketing business:
    Research affiliate programs.
    Join an affiliate program.
    Promote an affiliate program through a website.
    Make your website content relevant
    Drive targeted traffic to your website

    These are the ways which can be use at the start of affiliate marketing


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