yeah, can you clarify your post? do you intend to ask what's the best affiliate program online?
I`ve been killing it with celltradeusa's affiliate program
I get paid for getting people out of cellphone contracts
The best affiliate programs out there would be some online services where you can earn residual commisions.
Something like Aweber (online autoresponder system), Paypal or Hubpages itself.
You may also consider promoting paid memberships sites.
People meed to pay these sites on a monthly basis and you can earn commisions everz month.
My favorite is Zazzle, but it's not easy to promote it on HubPages. It pays 15% in referral fees. Also, it's fun. I have friends who make hundreds of dollars a month with it on some months by heavily promoting it on Squidoo and on their blogs. There is aways an attractive graphic you can find to fit almost every topic known to man, and if you don't find it, you can open a Zazzle store and make one to fit a particular piece of writing.
It all depends what subjects you are most interested in. For example I do very well promoting products related to forex and stock trading, but that's only because I am very interested in these subjects and can write lots of articles, blog posts, etc.
So my advice would be to find a niche that you are very knowledgable about and then start looking for some of the best products you can promote within that niche.
It really depends on what a person's niche is. If a person loves to sell for a company that sells gym equipment, dependent also on that persons marketing skills then that company's affiliate program will be the best for that person. I personally love the Online Breathing Store. I prefer that niche even though I may not be selling very much, just because I like it, I will say that for me it's the best affiliate program. It really depends.
for me the best program is 20$2surf. its a surf bar that dont need attention and let you win for 10 referer levels!
by SunSeven 10 years ago
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