Different Ways To Drive More Traffic To Your Affiliate Site

Building an affiliate site is only half the battle. As an affiliate marketer, you know that the key to making a consistent income from your site is to generate traffic (and lots of it). There are hundreds of different tactics internet marketers are using to drive traffic to their website. You may already be doing some of these  while others might be news to you. So without further ado, here are a 75 different ideas to help you give your affiliate site traffic a boost. All of these may not be applicable to your business so simply use the ones you think make sense.



Have you set up a Facebook page for your affiliate site? If not – do it right away.Use Facebook to build a community around your affiliate brand. Instead of just focusing on the sell, think about the value you can provide in terms of information, knowledge, news or even just entertainment. The more engaged your audience is, the more likely they are to visit your website to make a purchase.


125x125Search engine advertising 

Pay per click advertising on search engines is one of the most effective ways of driving traffic to a website. Google Adwords and Bing Ads are the two most well known (and important) platforms. Advertise your site by bidding on keywords. Depending on how competitive your niche is, you could be paying anything from a few cents to several dollars per click. Be sure to look into the advertising guidelines for each platform before jumping in.



Twitter too can be a huge source of traffic, but you have to invest time and energy to really build a community. The Twitter audience is very different to Facebook and you have to treat them accordingly. Twitter users love to retweet content they like and find interesting. So, well thought-out, timely content has the potential to go viral and supercharge your exposure. You have to tweet well and tweet often – making sure to have conversations with your followers while also being useful and relevant to them.



Pinterest is one of the fastest growing social networks. In September 2015, Pinterest had 100 million users and that number is only going to keep growing. For many website and blog owners, Pinterest has become a primary source of traffic so it’s definitely time for you to put into use for your business. Additionally, Pinterest users are known to be more likely to make a purchase.




More than 75 million people are using Instagram daily. It is also the “king of social engagement” as a Forrester study found; beating other social networks when it comes to keeping followers interested and engaged.As a unique and very visual social platform, Instagram has the potential to reach your audience in a brand new way. You can not only show off your products (and how they are used) but also create a visual presence for your brand online.


125x125Social media groups

Social media groups are a great place to meet and interact with customers interested in your industry/ service/ product. Facebook Groups and LinkedIn Groups are usually the most popular places your customers might spend their time online. Remember, these groups are meant to be places to exchange information and help others so don’t be salesy and try to promote your products from the get-go. Build relationships, be helpful and throw in links only where relevant. Once people know to trust you – the traffic will come automatically.



Have you got slideshows or presentations for your website/ product? Don’t let them languish away on your computer – upload them to Slideshare and use them to send traffic to your website. Slideshare has over 60 million unique visitors, so it only makes sense that you start using the platform as a way to drive leads to your website.

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