So the same concept needs to be adapted with your approach to affiliate marketing. Look at your competition (the ones that are winning obviously) and just do what they do. You aren't going to copy the content word for word but you're going to write about similar topics. Affiliate marketing courses can help you analyze competitiion so you're better prepared.
The Amazing Selling Machine is an Amazon FBA training program. They have a very heavy focus on launches. They build scarcity by opening the program at only certain times. It is very effective messaging when the state that, ” We are currently helping all of our new ASM12 Members build a life of freedom through business Join the waitlist to be notified when ASM becomes available.”
Hi Mauricio truthfully I was not aware that WP could be hacked so that never crossed my mind. But if you have these concerns there are other content management platforms such as SquareSpace, Wix, Weebly that do an awesome job. They may not be as good as WP but they still get the job done. I love WP because of all the plug ins and themes that are available to help me customise my website the way I like it. I’m not very sure that SquareSpace, Wix or Weebly has the same. Good luck on whatever you choose.
This is not recommended. In many cases, this will be against the affiliate program’s terms and conditions, even if not expressly stated. Regardless, using affiliate links for your own products may not help you much. For example, Udemy alters the percentage of the total revenue you earn based on whether your course is found organically or through an affiliate link.
Making money online without a website is very possible. One thing many people don’t know is YouTube is a great platform to get your feet wet in terms of gaining valuable experience in video marketing and writing content on Medium.com. Doing so gets you in the positive mindset of relying on freelancing as a means of putting yourself in a future position to earn a 100% living online.
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.
Ahh thanks for the kind words. Glad you found the post helpful. I would focus on building up a good base of content first before adding affiliate links, because like you said, some programs might not accept you if your blog is still so new. 2 posts is a nice start, but I’d definitely work your way up to 10-15 posts, enough to “fill up” the blog before you apply for affiliate programs. That’s just my opinion though! The other thing about starting too early is that you haven’t really established authority or a solid audience that trusts you yet, so the odds of readers making purchases through you is much lower as well. Focus on content first, then programs! The good thing is, you’ve taken Michelle’s course, which I thought was super helpful in terms of getting in the right mindset for affiliate marketing. Now that you know what sort of content works, you can get a good strategy set out from the beginning. 🙂 Best of luck!
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