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Affiliate Marketing Business Without a Website

Updated on November 8, 2009

Many new affiliates make use of the affiliate marketing business model as they will be able to start their business fast. Most of them will be looking for methods that will enable them to earn the most amount of money with the least amount of investment.

Here is one model which you can use if you want to start your business with no website:

Step 1: Find A Market You will have to find a market that you want to base your business in. It can be simply defined as a group of people who are having the same problem or hobby. You will want to find a market where it is profitable. The easiest method is to go to EzineArticles dot com and look at the different niche market that is being categorized.

Step 2: Find A Affiliate Product To Promote The next thing that you will do is to go to Clickbank dot com and look for the affiliate product to promote to the market that you have chosen. You will want to make sure that the product is relevant to what your customer is looking for and it must meet their needs. The 2nd thing that you will want to take note is the merchant’s website should have good sales letter. This is important as you will want to make sure that you will get some sales for every 100 people that you refer to your affiliate link.

Step 3: Purchase A Domain Name You can go to NameCheap dot com to purchase your domain name. It will cost you around $10 yearly. You will want t make sure that the domain name is a .com and it should be easy to remember. Once you have purchased the domain name, you will log in to your domain account and edit the redirection properties. You will want to put your affiliate link there so that when people type on your domain name, they will go to your affiliate link.

Step 4: Write And Submit Lots Of Articles The last step that you will have to do is to write and submit as many articles as you can. Now you will just stay focus on sending traffic to your link. As you are using a domain name, many of the top article directories will accept your articles when you put your domain name on the resource box.

This is the cheapest method that you can use to start your own business without a website. If you get 1 sale for every 100 people that come to your link, it will be just a matter of bringing more people so that you can get more sales.

Do apply this method if you do not want to have your own website although I will highly recommend you to have your own website so that you can build your list.


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