New prospective users often ask us how easy it is for their affiliate to share their link. It’s really simple. Here’s how it works… When your affiliates sign up with you, they’ll automatically receive an email from you welcoming them to your affiliate program. This email will contain their unique referral link. It will also contain a “one-click” login link to their Affiliate Dashboard.
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Now, there are a couple different reasons for why this method is not my favorite. For one, it only gives you one chance to make a sale. Two, you are not building an email list with it, which is a valuable asset to every successful digital marketer. (Unless you are sending your traffic to a product pre-sales page on your site, which we will discuss in a moment.)
Before your landing page can begin to make you money with conversions and commissions, you have to bring traffic to the page itself. If your prospects can’t find you (or you can’t reach them) you can’t convert their interest into income! Bringing traffic to your affiliate landing page requires taking a multi-channel approach to promoting your page, using adverts, community engagement, and any other method that you can think of to reach your prospects and make them aware of your products or services.
We will NOT be held responsible for any search engine penalties your website may receive if you don’t follow search engine’s guidelines, including (but not limited) to spammy comments, heavy and spammy linking from guest posts, spammy guest blogging, publishing poor quality content with a sole intent to gain backlinks, buying or exchanging backlinks, etc.
Many affiliate programs run with last-click attribution, where the affiliate receiving the last click before the sale gets 100% credit for the conversion. This is changing. With affiliate platforms providing new attribution models and reporting features, you are able to see a full-funnel, cross-channel view of how individual marketing tactics are working together.
ClickBank is known by most affiliate marketers and digital product creators. Like JVZoo, Warrior Plus, and 2Checkout they specialize in digital products. You do need to be careful with ClickBank as many of the offers are of lower quality. Many use email, solo ads and similar marketing methods to promote the products. They specialize in info products with health, dating and self-improvement offers.
Do you know who those guys are that own those hosting review sites that ranking for “best host” etc? I think Pat Flynn is one of them. I am very curious as to how guys who are on the first page for those keywords got to that level. I looked at all the sites on the first page and these guys are so elite they aren’t even using Thrive or normal themes but it’s pretty much all custom. I am guessing these guys mastered “Amazon authority sites” or niche first before moving into the hosting niche? It seems to me to be one of the most competitive niches online with super high KD (some keywords have KD 70 etc in ahrefs) plus these hosting programs payout like crazy.
This will help you in checking the reporting and tracking the sales for any program you decide to promote. You also have the option of choosing from different companies that offer different products and services. These include things such as fashion accessories, health and beauty products, electronics and online services such as web hosting and much more.