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Thursday, March 9, 2017

Smart Affiliate Marketing Strategies


Affiliate marketing is the process of earning a commission by promoting other people’s (or company’s) products.

You find a product you like, promote it to others, and earn a piece of the profit for each sale that you make.
  • You’re happy because you earned a commission,
  • The company is happy because they have a new sale from a customer that they might not have normally been able to reach,
  • And the customer is happy because they learned about a product from you that will hopefully fulfill a need or desire.
The beauty of AFFILIATE MARKETING IS THAT YOU DON’T HAVE TO INVEST THE TIME AND EFFORT TO CREATE A PRODUCT TO SELL. just BEGIN SELLING SOMETHING AS AN AFFILIATE AS SOON AS YOU HAVE A PLATFORM TO SELL IT ON.
Affiliate marketing is something we have been doing ever since we started our first business online on our LEED Exam website—promoting a third party company’s practice exam software along with my own published ebooks and audio guides.
We also do affiliate marketing here on the Smart Passive Income blog, sharing many of the tools and services that we use to run our online businesses, and if you or anyone else purchases through our affiliate links we earn a commission. If you’ve purchased from our links before, thank you so much! We greatly appreciate your support!

THE TWO MOST IMPORTANT RULES WE HAVE FOR AFFILIATE MARKETING

Before I share the strategies that we have used to generate over $20,000 in affiliate commissions per month, there are extremely important rules we use when promoting products that are not our own. You don’t have to use these rules in order to become an affiliate or be successful at it, but it’s what has helped us grow our affiliate income tremendously over the last couple of years:
  1. We only recommend products as an affiliate that we are extremely very familiar with—preferably products that we have used before and have helped us achieve something. If we are not confident in the product and I don’t feel it will positively help people, I will not promote it.
  2. We never directly tell anyone to buy a product. We always recommend products based on our experience and in the context of what we have done or what we are doing.

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