Once you’ve done all the heavy lifting of niche selection, keyword research, and competition analysis, then you can finally start building your site. It’s important not to skip all the steps above. You’d hate to spend months on a site, only to learn that it won’t be profitable at all. All that hard work for nothing. You can read more about why I use WordPress for my Amazon sites.
JVNotifyPro is a great resource and I have been using it for wuite a while now. For an affiliate marketer, it is a good site to be associated with as you get first hand notification of upcoming products and as you know, sometimes, being an early adopter can work wonders 🙂 Anyway, the key is indeed “finding the right” affiliate program and stick to it for a little while 🙂 Great advise

If you aren’t technically inclined, you can register your domain name at the same site you set up your hosting to make it easier for you. However, if you want to save some money, you can choose a lower-cost provider. This shouldn’t be a big deal using one or two sites but might be a big deal for up to ten or twenty. Domain companies like GoDaddy.com have great domain management tools are very affordable charging less than $10 yearly.


So it’s awesome to hear you’re out there promoting other programs. When it comes to those in-house programs, I absolutely agree. One reason I think they’re incredibly lucrative is just the flexibility that you have with them. You’ll usually be dealing with decision makers that can make special changes to their funnel to meet your website needs even better. I’ve known affiliates that have even helped these in-house programs with their CRO to get better conversions. Definitely not the kind of access you’re going to get with the Amazon Associates program
Hi, I really love how detailed your article was, great job. I was reading over a few of your comments, and I noticed someone mentioned the6figurementors. I just wanted to drop a comment and let you know that, even though they make it sound like a huge opportunity, in reality after I researched there website for a few hours. I noticed that their whole logic is to get people to buy a membership, and then upgrade a membership to there best possible one which is very costly for most people. It pretty much seemed like it was all a sham just to earn the right to promote there 6 figure mentors program. The membership site was created and if you upgrade to there best membership they offer. You just gain the promoting right to earn commission by promoting the 6 figure mentors program. Which to me is way to costly to invest into. I might just be starting out with affiliate marketing with my blog. But I feel as if the 6 figure mentors website is really a big money gimmick to make the owners rich. Yeah you can promote high ticket products they offer. But at what cost? Really by the time you get to the point where you can promote their products. You are out thousands, maybe even more. I wouldn’t not recommend that program to anyone myself. I’m not saying there a scam. But they do sell it just like all the other big companies do. They make it sound like you will be rich over night. To me that’s exactly why I have chosen to avoid them. I can find plenty of high ticket affiliate products online for free. Why would I want to spend thousands just to promote there products. When I can search google and find helpful blogs just like this one. I just wanted to put that out there for you, and your readers. I hope that was ok. If not i apologize in advance. I know I am probably going at this affiliate thing wrong right now. But I was raised that you learn from your mistakes. I am trying my best to learn it. But I would truly like to say thank you. Because I am able to learn affiliate marketing more, because of blogs like this one. Awesome job and keep up the good work. If you don’t mind swinging by my website and letting me know If I am doing anything wrong thus far, with how I am promoting things please let me know. I would really like to fix my wrong doing early. Before I get to deep into it. I have like 6 or 7 posts so far on my blog. But would love to hear your expertise on if I am doing anything wrong. I have been training courses step-by-step and I have learned a lot I have got ranked in google and all that. But I haven’t had any luck so far with viewers commenting but maybe a few. So I just feel like I am doing something wrong here. If you get a chance please leave a comment and give me your opinion. Thank you and god bless 🙂
LinkConnector has struggled to stand out from the pack but nonetheless has managed to sign some exclusive deals with big name brands, including Writer’s Digest, the Disney Store, Ironman, Hats.com, and Everly. Their strictly controlled screening process for both merchants/advertisers and affiliates/publishers means that you can always rely on the quality of products on offer.
Great post to start the week. I have been an affiliate with my web host for a few years and earn commissions sharing the services. The same man owns a fitness program and I am a founding member there also. Both programs are less than $10 a month so you need to build a large team and help that team duplicate to earn commissions that will let you work full time from home.
One thing that I look for in an affiliate program is a good transparent analytics system. I want to be able to see the clicks and transactions, so that I can track my stats. Otherwise, I get a little nervous about the legitimacy of the program. Other things to look for is to see how transparent they are when answering questions and how the responsiveness of the affiliate manager.
10. Commission FactoryThe purpose of Commission Factory was to make performance-based marketing available to everyone and not require a steep learning curve in order to get involved and be successful. The platform has been designed to foster a spirit of collaboration between Merchants, Affiliates and Agencies in order to grow mutually beneficial and prosperous relationships. Because they have little to no barriers to entry Commission Factory has an enormously fast growing user base that enables companies of all sizes to discover the power of performance marketing.
The three above examples are “referral” programs. That means you become a user of the platform yourself and they add more money to your account as you refer your friends. (Look for the refer-a-friend link on your dashboard.) These can often be more lucrative than their affiliate program counterparts and they are offered by so many companies these days.

The other type of Amazon affiliate link I use is when I’m mentioning a product in passing and/or a new product is announced. For example, when Nikon announced the Nikon D300s we immediately posted about the news because it was a notable and anticipated camera announcement. The camera was not yet available in stores and we were not able to get a review sample yet – but it was available for Pre-Order on Amazon so we linked to it.
Hey. Yes you can use just one website to promote multiple affiliate programs, but I’d say that your website should focus on just one niche. So you mention, SellHealth, that would lead me to believe your site is about health and fitness. I would then advise you to stick to that niche rather than promoting unrelated products like dog leashes and fashion accessories.
In the case of promoting consumer products, like tools, books, toys and household items, the biggest affiliate network, by far, is Amazon. Amazon Associates affiliate program lets you promote any item that is sold on their platform. Amazon Associates is Amazon’s affiliate marketing program that allows website owners and bloggers to create links and earn referral fees when customers click through and buy products from Amazon. It’s completely free to join and easy to use.
That was my initial reaction when I heard the news here. Gael , Mark and Perrin of Authority Hacker company involved in a stringent audit By Amazon Associates with risk of getting banned! The legalities of potential lawsuit liability against a huge online retailer, aka “Amazon” actually forces Amazon to go after a big fish in the Affiliate Marketing game, namely “Authority Hacker”.
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Is this because WP is now blocking outside adds on free accounts? WP recent advised users that ads may appear on free accounts. I saw that WP has a plugin just for Amazon posts, but any plugin requires a business account. In looking at the pay-to-play WP account details, it looks like one has to buy the second level account in order to “monetize your website”.

Before you promote your site, you want to have some substantial content there. Write several product reviews. Have at least two to three in each category you've created. You may also want to create categories for articles, news, and commentary about your topic. The more content your site has, the better. And the great thing is that while you're writing all this, the search engines are getting notified automatically, assuming you turned on the necessary notifications.
MaxBounty pride themselves on the diversity of campaigns offered to their affiliates. They have over 1,500 programs ranging from gaming, to finance, and dieting, with options to receive your commissions as CPA (cost per action like making a sale), CPL (cost per lead), mobile, or PPC (pay per call.) Allowing you to structure your promotions in a way that works best for you.
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