I am new to affliate tell me how to create blog and how to get more traffic?
1. A good start would be to create a blog on http://tumblr.com
2. Choose a pre-made theme, then save
3. Sign up for affiliate programs such as on Amazon and Ebay
4. Fill out their forms
5. Copy their HTML codes that you will receive
6. Paste these HTML codes into the HTML section of your Tumblr blog, under "Customize"
7. Click Save.
8. On your blog you now may have advertisements of Amazon and ebay products. Each time a user clicks on these banners, you get paid a little. Just remember that you should select which products you want to advertise prior to this.
by slay paninaro 9 years ago
can somebody help me how toearn some money using hubs, blogs and sites.thank you
by Jamie Brock 7 years ago
How do you create a free press release in order to get more traffic to your blog?You commented on someones hub and said that creating a free press release will help increase blog traffic so I'm just curious about how to do that- Thanks!
by nadp 8 years ago
Which will give me more traffic and exposure for content articles about my network marketing...business - an individual blog on wordpress or articles on hubpages? The blog is new, with no followers as yet. I already have a fairly high hub score - I guess my traffic is okay, but...
by bhandarisagar 9 years ago
Plz tell me how to get more traffic ?
by Joseph Attard 7 years ago
Has a Blog a bigger chance of being seen, i.e. attracts more traffic than a HubPage?In what way can a Blog help a HubPage traffic-wise? Does one need a Blog to direct traffic to his hubpages? That's 3 questions in one
by Bill Manning 8 years ago
Or rather, how often should a blog be updated to get and hold good traffic? I just can't keep up with all my blogs. I try to make a post every other day on my bigger ones, but only one a week or so on my small ones.However I'm sure the reason why my small blogs are small, meaning not much traffic,...
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