The thing is I have no insight on any program that can help me out with multi-niche products and accept me as new comer in the market. My current platform is WordPress so according to my rookie research, I’ll be needing CMS tools too I guess. I have been searching and came across a few programs like revglue which it sounds good and work for UK bloggers which is my case. Let me know what you think about this affiliate program.
While any “regular” job requires you to be at work to make money, affiliate marketing offers you the ability to make money while you sleep. By investing an initial amount of time into a campaign, you will see continuous returns on that time as consumers purchase the product over the following days and weeks. You receive money for your work long after you’ve finished it. Even when you’re not in front of your computer, your marketing skills will be earning you a steady flow of income.
Choosing an affiliate network doesn’t usually give details about how much you can make, however, I think with WarriorPlus it’s a little different. Like other affiliate networks, there’s lots of potential to find valuable products that you’re audience may be interested in, however, based on my experience with WarriorPlus, I think you’d have to spend much more time on this step than you would at other networks.
Expensive products are more difficult to represent as the initial purchase is so high. But there are a lot of wealthy people buying luxury and other very expensive physical products. We have an article on very expensive Amazon niche products to give you an idea of these types of sales. If you niche has lots of luxury or other big-ticket items that is great. If you starting a new site or have a more general audience it can be difficult to make these transactions and the commission payouts are limited by the net margin. The buyer of a Rolex watch for $10,000 may only yield a gross profit of $500. The merchant then needs to deduct their cost of sales and overhead. The merchant can then only share a percentage of that net margin with you.