One great traffic driver for me has been my new Travel Resources page. I put it up less than a month ago, created some pretty pins for it and it has done superbly well on StumbleUpon and Pinterest (racking up over 1.5k repins). This boost in traffic has helped substantially increase my conversions for Amazon, which was not a huge earner for me before. So, traffic + affiliate links = happy money dance.
These are some really great programs to start with, if they fit in your niche. AWeber, for instance, has a good pay out, but if your blog readers aren’t interested in building an email list, you’re not going to make any sales by promoting it. That’s why I love that you’ve also included ShareASale – no matter what niche you’re in, you’ll find something excellent to promote!
At $80/month for up to 500 conversions (which can be as little as people clicking on a link to your app, filling in a form, or joining your newsletter) and 20,000 unique visitors, Unbounce is only for people who are making real money from their leads. You can see how close you are to your plan's limits at the top of the screen as soon as you log in.
Hi Demarius, both are excellent courses and i’ve learned a lot myself from them. The difference is that Franklin offers other ways to market products including Youtube, etc rather than just building a blog. Building an authority site is the core focus for both, they just differ slightly. If you’re a complete beginner, i’d probably give Savage Affiliates my recommendation for you simply because it’s a lot more versatile and deals with many different methods of marketing & traffic getting. TASS is laser focused on just building an authority site and scaling it. I hope that helps!
Hi Christina. I have been looking for answers about how to start affiliate through a travel blogging for more than 3 weeks and this post shined a light for me. Thank you! I still have a question about how and when to start applying to affiliate programs. I just opened my travel blog last week and had only 2 posts. Off course I have no established traffic and posts yet. I want to use affiliate links to start writing about reviews of hotels and places where I have visited, but I know my blog won’t be accepted by advertisers because I don’t have enough contents. I also took Michelle’s course and one of the chapters said to start affiliate marketing as soon as possible, but I don’t know how would you be accepted by advertisers at very very beginning?? Should I forcus on writing more posts first? And how many would be adequate to start applying to programs? Thank you for reading. Your blog is very helpful!!
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I read your posts and no doubt you have an amazing blog that helped me with some stuff too. However if you don’t mind I would like to discuss a little bit further on monetizing methods too. Actually, I am a young blogger, started around a year and a half ago cause I wanted to write on stuff. The only monetizing methods I accepted was Adsense which kept me going but it is simply not cutting with the quality/effort I am putting in. However, I have built a nice traffic and strong following which is the reason I want to integrate with the affiliate market now and start monetizing further than google ads.
A lot of people don’t realize this, but you can’t just become an affiliate – it’s a process that requires an application. Even once you’re part of an affiliate network, you’ll still need to apply for individual brands within those networks. There are times when you’ll be declined… usually there’s a reason why (lol like that time I applied to hundreds of clothing retailers in anticipation for all the packing lists that I still have not written). Other times, you’ll feel like a good fit and they’ll reject you anyway. That’s the way this cookie crumbles, so remember to put a little effort into your applications and really pick companies that fit your blog.
Outsourcing is so crucially important because that is how you will take your affiliate marketing business from just a small business that makes you a few extra bucks per month to a 5 or 6 figure monster that earns you a passive income. While one site is being outsourced and making you money, you can build a second one. While those two are outsourced and making you money, you can build a third one, and so on. So many new affiliate marketers take their first commission checks and just spend in on themselves. If they re-invested that into outsourcing instead, the returns would be much bigger. My business didn’t truly start taking off until I learned about the power of outsourcing.
Also, your affiliate landing page should be bespoke designed to boost the chances of conversions via whichever affiliate payment model the scheme that you partner with uses to pay your commissions. For instance, a good landing page for PPC will look and function rather differently to a CPA landing page, because, with the former, you are simply trying to achieve a single click from visitors, while with the latter, you need to capture an action, such as a purchase or sign-up.
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18. ReferralCandyReferralCandy is an eCommerce store plugin explicitly designed for referral program management. It lets you leverage word-of-mouth marketing by turning customers into advocates and rewarding them for telling their friends about your products. Marketed to small and large companies alike, this platform lets entrepreneurs provide incentives for referrals in various forms, such as cash, store credit, discounts, or free products. It even comes with analytics tools and one-click integrations, much like the other full-fledged affiliate marketing products on this list.Lowest Price: ReferralCandy subscriptions start at $49/month. This is inclusive of dashboard and data reports as well as automatic fraud protection. However, it is exclusive of commission. To get a better idea of their rates, the vendor has a calculator on their website where you can get an estimate of the extra charge based on your sales.
The people that you refer too did not master amazon, they merely mastered the value they offer to visitors. If you are able to engage/connect with visitors, then you got a winner, some people merely have better skills then others, which may include offering high value content, coding/custom skills. Do you agree that these people brought something to the table? If they did not, then visitors would not continue to visit their sites, right? You can put up all the content in the world, you can get all the backlinks you want, but if you can not engage/connect with your visitors, then all is lost. These site most likely did not start off with custom sites; they started off just like everyone else, some rag/tag site. I ran across an affiliate site a few months ago, and the content on his site would just blow your mind, and let me tell you,this guy had affiliate links from all major affiliate networks, his site has so much authority that he is listed right up under amazon, and some actual product manufacturers; how did he do this? He brought solutions, and value to his visitors, he knew what they were looking for, and knows how to engage, and connect with them. If you can not figure out how to blow your visitors mind, then what do you really have to offer? His avg reviews were between 7k-10k words? how about you? 500-1000 words? at the end of the day, which site will google find more impressive, yours, or his, and i assure you, he had far more affiliate links on his site then you have on yours as you could not skip-a-paragraph without seeing affiliate links.
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