Complete Guide To Building Your Online Fortune With Affiliate Marketing

Chapter 3: The ClickBank Marketplace 101

Clickbank has been in business since 1998, and has built their network to one of the largest retailer of digital products. With over 10,000 digital products, it is one of the premier affiliate networks. It is easy to use, easy to join and there are products in a ton of different areas from pets to electronics. In order to earn commissions, all you need to do is take your affiliate ID and you get a link which you can use to send customers to. When they click on your link, it will record your commissions when they buy the product.


These affiliate networks generally require that you have a website that is related to the affiliate program you want to sell.


However, that’s not impossible to accomplish, and you can get one at www.blogger.com, www.typepad.com, www.wordpress.com and the like.


You can also sign up with very reasonable hosting services that provide one-click installation of your blog site where you can start posting articles and blog posts related to the product or service you apply for at one of the larger networks like the ones listed below:


Clickbank is a Fast Start, Needs no website and pretty easy to be accepted into this program.
www.clickbank.com


Need to have a website, makes sure that it’s established with an About Us, Contact Us and Privacy page on the site. Should have a few weeks of posts at the very least.


www.shareasale.com

www.cj.com www.linkshare.com

www.amazon.com

www.ebaypartnernetwork.com

www.pepperjamnetwork.com

www.datafeedr.com

www.goldenCAN.com

www.rubiconproject.com


Wait at least 90 days before putting Adsense on your site. To ensure that you will be accepted to the Adsense program, it’s best not to apply until you have an established site to show them. www.adsense.com


These two are secondary and shouldn’t be considered until you’ve got your sites up and running for a few months.

www.azoogleads.com – CPA network

www.cpaempire.com


Before you apply to any of the other sites, you need to have a real site. You will want to blog on the site for at least two weeks, one blog post per day. If you aren’t a writer, you will need to hire a freelancer. Go to Elance.com, rentacoder.com and the like to find a writer. You can hire a freelancer fairly inexpensively who will deliver you blog posts to add to your site.

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