It’s hardly surprising that Google tops our list, given the silicon behemoth’s all-encompassing presence on the web. Their AdSense campaign has been running for many years, and they promise a flexible and hassle-free way for your site or blog to make money, by supplying you with pertinent and engaging ads. Over two million people use Adsense from Google, and Google pay out between one and five cents a click, depending upon the ads that are supplied to your site.
Amazon Associates is one of the world’s largest affiliate programs. Having existed for over a decade as an affiliate platform, it allows affiliate marketers to earn up to 10% in advertising fees. Signing up is free and your job is as simple as sharing an affiliate link. Amazon states that it approves affiliates with up-to-date, current content on various platforms who prove they can drive sales.
This website started in 2000 as a review website which helped consumers by reviewing different products and offering the consumer the chance to purchase the product. These have become a very popular way for bloggers to create Amazon affiliate websites. It’s a great way to feature products and a good review can be very motivating for someone to purchase.
Deeper analytics. One thing that sets Everflow apart from other affiliate marketing software is deep analytics. The application allows users to drill down into campaign metrics like profit, revenue, margins, conversions and clicks – all from a single dashboard. Most importantly, Everflow provides real-time metrics that make it easy to identify advertisement placements that are posting excellent and those delivering unsatisfactory results.
Covering Your Bases, Promotion-Wise. Picking a specific channel when engaging your customers may leave many of them excluded, thus lessening your chances of converting them to leads. This is why ReferralCandy allows you to utilize varying promotional strategies such as sending email blasts, redirecting to landing pages, and giving invitations upon checkout. Another option available to companies, is the creation of an embed signup in their store, with the platform offering optimized templates that can boost sales.
You can create different landing pages for each of your offerings or use different landing pages to target different kinds of customers. For example, Apple has a landing page for students that highlights their back-to-school free AirPods offer and another for business owners that showcases how different companies use their products. Instead of trying to reach every customer all at once, Apple uses their landing pages to fine-tune their marketing efforts.
Hi JD, those other course reviews are coming soon. You can just do a search in the search box on my site to see if they are available. Affiliate marketing can be complex and also simple, it just depends how you approach it. The methods in the courses I recommend are the best i’ve seen and they don’t break the bank either. At the end of the day the choice is yours as to what course to subscribe to.