Why Every Affiliate Marketer Should Learn SEO

Why Should You Care About Organic Search? 

Of these two main sources of traffic, search always comes out on top. In fact, a recent study by Experian Marketing Services found that on average, 87% of a website’s traffic comes from organic sources. This percentage of course, varies by industry. However it doesn’t change the fact that the majority of traffic in almost every industry comes from people typing their queries into Google or another search engine and clicking on the links in the results.

This means if your website is not optimized for search, you are potentially losing out on large amounts of traffic.

But what do I mean by “optimized for search”? I mean, your website should be created and maintained according to several widely accepted best practices for search engine optimization. You should also implement your other marketing efforts (especially content marketing and social media marketing) keeping your SEO goals in mind.


Why Should You Learn SEO?

OK, so we know SEO is important. But, there are thousands of SEO experts in the world. Wouldn’t it just be easier to hire someone to do your SEO instead of trying to understand it all?

Yes, of course. I definitely think it’s a good idea to hire someone with SEO expertise to help you out. However, if you develop an understanding of how search engine optimization works, your affiliate marketing efforts will ultimately benefit from it. In fact, by understanding what your SEO provider does, you may be able to get more out of the services they provide.

But if you’re still not convinced the additional SEO knowledge will do you any good, here are 11 reasons why every affiliate marketer should learn SEO.

  1. Understand Search Engines

You get that search traffic is important, but do you understand what it takes for your website to do well on a search engine? How do Google, Bing and Yahoo even work?

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  1. Improve Your Website’s Design

Once you begin to understand how search engines work, you will see that a good website is not just about a pretty design and some clever content. While the focus of modern SEO is to make websites human-friendly, it’s important to remember that how you and I see a website is different from how search engines view it.


  1. Optimize Your Content

You don’t need me to tell you this, but… content is king.

On your site, on your blog, on social media… everywhere you look, the web is overflowing with millions of pieces of content.

But, how much of it is actually good quality?

In the early days of the web, it took very little to get your website to do well on a search engine. In 2015, that has completely changed. The major search engines are heavily focused on the quality of your website now, and your content has a lot to do with it. For more:-




Steps to earn money from Blog Through Affiliate Marketing

“If an individual is looking to monetize their blog, I would make a strong case for affiliate marketing as the best avenue for doing so,” says Josh Waldron, founder of creative design firm Studio JWAL LLC. “Blogs with quality content attract loyal readers. Since readers benefit from the content offered, they grow to trust the authors of that content over time. Consequently, an author’s blog posts are a logical place to promote relevant products and services without compromising the integrity of the content.”


Here are four quick steps to monetizing your blog through affiliate marketing.

  1. Choose Relevant Affiliate Programs

Affiliate ads pay per action, which means that readers will need to click on the ad and then either sign up or register for something, or make a purchase before you get paid for the action. The more relevant the ad is to your content, the higher the likelihood visitors will click on the ad and perform the desired action.

So, what type of affiliate program will provide the most relevant ads for your blog? If you’re focused on a particular topic, you will want to join affiliates specifically associated with your content. For example, if you have a photography site, you might apply to be an affiliate with a camera equipment dealer.

Many bloggers start with Amazon Associates since Amazon sells millions of diverse products that are likely to be a fit for most bloggers. Amazon pays commissions of 4% to 15%, depending on volume and product type.

To find other targeted affiliate programs, check out popular affiliate clearinghouse sites such as Commission Junction, LinkShare, and ShareASale. All three offer access to thousands of affiliate programs, but you must apply separately to each one.

While you should choose programs related to your content, you don’t have to feel restricted to stick too closely to your niche, says marketing consultant Dennis Duty. Think about what other types of products your audience might be interested in.

“Perhaps your Halo audience would enjoy other FPS games as well,” says Duty.


  1. Consider an Affiliate Aggregator Service

If your blog topics are more diverse, you might consider a program such as VigLink, which automates access to more than 30,000 affiliate programs and monetizes the links on your site for you.

For example, if a blogger is writing about a new pair of shoes they found on Zappos, instead of having to sign up with the Zappos affiliate program directly, they can work with VigLink, which will automatically append the affiliate code to the link and pay the blogger their earned commissions. While VigLink typically keeps 25% for this service, the company claims that because of their size, they “often negotiate higher commissions that more than cover our share,” says Oliver Deighton, vice president of marketing at VigLink.

In addition to automatically monetizing existing links, VigLink can also optionally insert new, ordinary links where none existed before. For example, if a blogger mentions a product, brand or store, they don’t have to worry about linking it themselves: VigLink will take care of that with its link insertion technology, which optimizes for both user experience and revenue.

“For most websites, link insertion lifts VigLink revenue by more than 90%,” adds Deighton.

Deighton notes that while any blogger can try VigLink, bloggers will find the most success if their content is geared toward commerce.

“Hobbies, fashion, tech gear, deals and savings are all topics that naturally lead to spending; religion, food, raising children are less ideal,” adds Deighton.

  1. Create Content That Sells

Many bloggers will actually write reviews of products with affiliate marketing in mind.

“The power of a blog is that it’s easy to aggregate a lot of loyal fans for niche topics. This lends itself to making recommendations and providing affiliate links to those recommendations,” says Chris Conrey, a partner at digital marketing company But just throwing out links to products with no rhyme or reason will result in a quick exit by visitors, writes Lynn Truong, Editor-in-Chief of Wise Bread, a popular personal finance site.

“Think of affiliate ads as additional resources that complement your content,” says Truong. “Don’t put up a list of your favorite books, hoping people will click on the affiliate link and purchase the books just because you listed them. Take some time to write a detailed review, and use affiliate ads to point them in the right direction if they decide to act on your information.”


  1. Integrate Affiliate Links Appropriately

If you do add affiliate links to your site, make sure you maintain a balance between monetization and user experience, suggests web designer Kevin Spence.

One way to do this is to keep the majority of your content ad-free.

“What I would recommend to people is to think of 5-10 great pages that you could use to promote affiliate offers related to your niche. Then link to those money pages from your sidebar, footer or somewhere else that will give them a lot of visibility from the other pages on your site. Keep the rest of your site ad-free,” says Spence. “The goal is not to monetize every page, but for every page to be a potential gateway to monetization.”

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eCommerce Affiliate Programs: Fill Your Cart or Go Window Shopping?

If you are a follower of our NOTW (niche of the week), you may have noticed that we cover a LOT of niches with great products that you can sell online. That includes travel (including cruises), food and wine, health and more! Sometimes they’re digital products available through ClickBank and other affiliate marketplaces, sometimes they’re retail sites that have products in that week’s niche. But this is the first time that we are covering affiliate programs offered by other eCommerce retailers as a niche in and of itself.


Personally, I find this niche an interesting topic to discuss because it opens up a wide range of marketing techniques that can be applied to a website (I will be discussing all these marketing stuff in the latter part of this post), maybe more so than some of the other affiliate niches we’ve looked at.

If you are a creative person who thinks outside of the box, then this niche is perfect for you. Here’s why:

The Niche Defined

Trying to definite “eCommerce affiliate programs” can be a challenge just because there’s so many interpretations of the word “eCommerce.” However, this is the definition we’re going with:

E-commerce affiliate programs are affiliate websites that promote online stores. This niche covers all web stores that allow a seller offer digital and/or physical products.

Do not confuse this niche with an e-commerce store setup or a dropshipping website! You do not need to put up a full-functioning e-commerce site for this niche. You could have nothing but blog posts on your website, and then choose one of these programs to feature on your website to recommend products they might be interested in. Remember in affiliate marketing, you only need to lead your visitors to the landing page of the product (or, in this case, website) that you are promoting through your affiliate link. You don’t necessarily need them to buy specific products.





eMarketer reports that in 2015, online retail sales comprised the 7.4% of total retail sales worldwide. This percentage, while small, still amounted to $1.671 trillion US dollars.

Furthermore, the report claims that by 2019, retail sales will jump to $3.578 trillion.

And despite that huge number and huge increase, that would still only be 12.8% of the total retail purchases.

The graph here shows the increase in eCommerce sales from the year 2014 to 2019. However, even though there is a rapid growth in the eCommerce sales every year, and it’s projected to keep growing, the industry only makes up a small percentage of worldwide sales, still leaving a huge percentage of sales to brick-and-mortar businesses.

So even though eCommerce is only a small percentage of total retail sales worldwide, it’s still raking in the money. And by raking in the money, we’re talking about earning more than $1 trillion dollars in 2015….more than $2 trillion in 2016, and more than $3 trillion by 2018! Because let’s not forget, this industry is also growing constantly.

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Diet Affiliate Programs

When picking a niche for an affiliate program, make sure to narrow it down as much as possible and target a specific market. A good example is this week’s niche: Paleo diet affiliate programs.
The Paleo diet falls under the ever-popular, evergreen weight loss niche. We’ve covered diet affiliate programs before, but the Paleo diet is different. It is a specific diet targeting people committed to a very particular lifestyle.


Paleo Diet
What is it?
I would like to regale you with what I have learned in the course of my research but I want to make this post short and sweet, so I will let Nom Nom Paleo, a wonderful site, tell you what Paleo is all about:
“In a nutshell, the Paleo diet (or, as I like to think of it, the Paleo template—the word “diet” tends to mislead folks into thinking this is nothing more than a temporary weight-loss program) is based on the notion that for optimal health, modern humans should go back to eating real, whole unprocessed foods that are more healthful than harmful to our bodies.”
Paleo is not really another diet program for weight loss. More than that, it is a lifestyle change of eating only whole, unprocessed food.
If you are going to pursue this niche, it is always a good idea to check out similar websites on Paleo like this authority site, The Paleo Diet, which is already a go-to site for everything Paleo.

Analyzing the market
I quickly ran “Paleo diet” in Google Trends to see how popular this niche is now. Surprisingly, there has been a noticeable decline in searches for this term over the past two years (2015–2016). Nevertheless, the spikes on the graph below for the years 2015 to 2016 are still reasonably desirable and constant values.
Additionally, the top 5 countries from which most searches originate are highly developed countries that host a huge percentage of the “buying market.” I am therefore confident the Paleo niche is still worth targeting.


Keyword research
Selecting keywords with intent
With a very popular niche like the Paleo diet, you need to be careful with your keyword selection. The right keyword list will not only attract the right market, but also have a higher rate of conversion and help you generate more leads over time.
For this niche, the focus is on finding keywords with intent or keywords with buyer intent. These keywords usually lead the searcher to take action—whether that means buying something, seeking out information, inquiring about a product or service, or taking any other step that will likely lead to a sale.
There are different levels of buyer intent. The keywords that we want to target this time are high-intent keywords, which are keywords that signal a buyer is ready to conduct a purchase. The keywords that fall under this category are usually the “buy now” keywords and the “product” keywords. You may check out the examples below for reference on these types of keywords:
Once you are familiar with the keywords you are targeting, it is a lot easier to pick these keywords using AffiloTools.
To do keyword research in AffiloTools, simply log in to your Affilorama account
If you are new to AffiloTools, you can refer to this how-to page here first for instructions on setting up and unlocking AffiloTools.
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Digital Marketing Trends To Watch Out For In 2017

Digital marketing, as you definitely know, is ever-changing and rapidly adapts itself to new technology, new attitudes and new behaviors. As a marketer, you must always be aware of what’s on the horizon to make sure you’re prepared, with the best marketing strategy.

Technology will have the largest impact on marketing efforts in the coming year. Whether it’s video production (and consumption) or wearable gadgets, rapidly developing technology is set to break boundaries and push us all out of our comfort zones.

Don’t know what to prepare for? Here are some digital marketing trends that are likely to dominate the marketing space in the new year.

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Visual SEO

Optimizing your site for search engines is an ongoing and ever-evolving process. Google (and other search engines) are regularly tweaking their algorithms to ensure we  always find the best results.

There is no doubt that the way we consume content has changed drastically in the past couple of years. Our attention spans have become increasingly limited and we are much more attracted to visual content such as photos, infographics and video over traditional plain text.

While plain text will always be important, in 2016 it’s likely search engines will start to place even more importance on visual content, as that is what users want. According to this Demand Gen report, even the B2B audience is becoming increasingly interested in visual content when making purchase decisions.

Engaging visual content means a user is likely to spend more time on your website. This is a good signal for search engines. Additionally, a site with more visual content is likely to start ranking better in search engines. If your visual content starts to appear in search results and users click through, you will get additional brownie points from Google for relevance.



Video Domination

If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth, oh, about 1.8 million.

OK, yes, we’re being a bit dramatic, but it helps to drive the point home: video is very relevant for the current marketing landscape.

Whether it’s Netflix, YouTube, Instagram, or even live streaming options such as Facebook Live and Periscope, video is going to dominate the visual content marketing and consumption space in 2016.

In a Nielsen global survey of 30,000 respondents from 60 countries, 55% of respondents asserted that video programming is an important part of their lives. Whether it’s on mobiles, desktops or smart TVs, video, in its many forms, is well loved by the average internet user.

It’s also important to note that mobile video plays a huge role in video consumption. For Millennials and Generation Z, mobile is very often the primary or the secondary device for video. For out-of-home video consumption, mobile is the primary device of choice for all generations. I’ll talk about mobile in more detail below.

For marketers, this growth in video consumption is a new opportunity to produce more video content themselves, but also to advertise where and when their audience is viewing this content.

According to this study, 71% of respondents plan to increase their video marketing budget in the coming year. B2B marketers are also likely to continue ramping up their video marketing and SEO efforts with 73% of them confirming that video has positively impacted their marketing results.


Live Streaming

With the boom in video production, it’s impossible to ignore the growth in the live streaming trend as well.

Whether it’s a sports event live-streaming on the Web, a music festival on YouTube or your favorite celebrity on Periscope/Meerkat/Snapchat/Facebook Live, we are all loving how easy it is watch live content now. The quality of videos and the ease of accessibility (via mobiles and tablets) also helps the live streaming cause.

Live streaming is having a huge impact on the way we view traditional TV, with sporting events leading the way. The 2014 Sochi Olympics and the FIFA World Cup in Brazil are the perfect examples. However, it’s not just limited to sports anymore, with TV hosts, CEOs, yoga teachers, makeup artists and other celebrities live streaming anything from a makeup lesson or keynote speech to random bits of their lives.

Brands are jumping on board too. In early 2015, Red Bull live streamed several of its Guest House events and built up interest for the events using Twitter and Snapchat. Mountain Dew is another brand doing great stuff with its live broadcasts on Periscope.

What does this mean for marketers? Put simply: Go where your audience is. For example, if your audience is live streaming events instead of watching traditional TV, this is where your marketing efforts need to be focused. Or, if your audience is hooked on Periscope, find a way to personalize and humanize your brand by creating interactive content. You need to be engaging with your audience more and more on these platforms.

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Make Money As a Blogger Through Affiliate Marketing

This episode is sort of an introduction to what affiliate marketing is and how I personally approach it. There are a heap of practical tips so you’re sure to get something out of it whether you’re a complete affiliate newbie, or have seen some success before.


Affiliate marketing is a blogger’s promotion of a particular product (created by someone else) with a specific link that contains a tracking code. When someone buys on the basis of your recommendation, and clicks through from your tracking link, you get a commission on that sale. For Digital Photography School, we often recommend cameras, and therefore will get 4% of any sale resulting from that recommendation from Amazon.

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So why consider affiliate marketing as an income stream? When you consider in advertising the advertiser is taking a risk by paying you for amplification on your blog that might not work out, and you as the publisher are taking the risk by becoming an affiliate, it seems like a dud deal. But the rewards of affiliate sales can often be greater than through general advertising alone, which can make it an attractive option despite the risk.


Today I discuss one particular experience I had with an early affiliate collaboration and how it exceeded beyond everyone’s expectations, and I also talk about the kinds of blogs that can be more successful with affiliate sales, and the three things I believe they need to have that will boost their chances of getting a high return.

The other topics I touch on are:

  • Personally how I approach affiliate marketing
  • How much of my income is derived through affiliate marketing
  • How it is often dictated by seasonal trends
  • The three types of affiliate programs I promote on my blogs
  • The types of affiliate networks available and how they work
  • Tips for affliliate marketing on blogs (and what NOT to do!)
  • The types of promotion you can use depending on your audience
  • Placement of affiliate links for higher returns
  • How I drive traffic to the post and the promotion
  • Tips on transparency and disclaimers
  • Easy tracking of results
  • Promotional sequences and strategies
  • How to balance promotion frequency

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Yoga Affiliate Programs

I’m back with this week’s Niche of the Week. This time, I found something that I am definitely interested in! In fact, I’m into it right now. And it’s surprising for me to see that this topic falls under the spirituality niche, when it is more popular these days as a weight-loss method and way of promoting general wellness.

Yes, I’m talking about yoga — and yoga affiliate programs.

Can you lose weight, find your center, and rake in cash all at the same time?


Know the Yoga Community

Since yoga is a way of life, you can bet there is an online community of yogis and yoginis. But how big a community are we talking about here?

I only have to look at social media sites like Pinterest and Facebook to know that yoga is an “in” thing for fitness and wellness buffs. But I still recommend checking Google Trends to see exactly how this niche is performing.

Google Trends show an upward interest in yoga. The biggest interest comes from Canada, Singapore and the US, countries whose citizens have spending power.

Yoga, as an industry, is performing well, and is predicted to do even better in the coming years. Interest in the niche has not waned, as more and more people are trying to live better by staying fit. As with any popular niche, you’ll find plenty of websites on yoga, such as and These are established sites with plenty of followers. And where there is a large following, you’ll find an interactive community that you can join in later to mingle and promote.



Letting People In Your Circle

The yoga niche has an active community that you can target and tap. Go out there and be one with them!

A popular niche is both lucrative and challenging. On the one hand, you have a large market you can target, but on the other, you can be sure other marketers out there are tapping into the same market and upping the competition. Good link-building and marketing strategies can make all the difference in a competitive niche. Be sure to have one ready in the early stages of planning your affiliate marketing business — even just a rough draft — so you can make a smooth transition from site-building to link-building.

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Social Media Marketing

This is the top link-building and marketing method these days, and with millions of people logged in to their Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts, it’s really no surprise. You can even find groups/communities on Facebook like this one where you can join in and be part of the discussion. You can share a few informative articles on your site and any other interesting tidbits on yoga. Just be sure you’re not just shamelessly self-promoting and that you’re following any community rules.

Affiloblueprint has lessons on promoting your site through social media. You can also check out resources such as for more tips and strategies on promoting your website on social media.

Create Tools or Videos

Great content such as tools and videos can bring in lots of traffic to a site. Creating this content to share on your website, and on other social media sites, is difficult, but the results more than make up for effort spent.

Videos are not nearly as complicated as you might think, especially once you’ve decided what you will make your video about. You can demonstrate a few yoga positions, or you can do a yoga video diary and set that up on YouTube and other video-sharing sites. Not only will you be on a path to wellness, you wallet will be too! (YouTube content creators can earn some serious cash.)

Creating tools require a deeper knowledge of the niche and your target market. What tool would they find helpful enough to download and share? That’s a question you need to answer, and once you do, it can take considerable time and money getting that tool out. But, again, being the site that offers a unique tool to the rest of the yoga community is worth it.

Don’t be overwhelmed with the challenges these content types present. You can always outsource, if need be.


Flattery List

A flattery list is a list of the movers and shakers in your niche. In the yoga niche, this would be top yogis and their websites. You can create a list of the best yogis, a list of the top websites, or a list of the best yoga clothing brands to feature on your blog. Make sure to include why you’re selecting them as the best. Trust is important here.

You can then get in touch with these websites and let them know you added them to your list. Usually they’ll give you a shoutout and mention they were featured in an article on their own social media pages. When they share the link, you get more traffic. It sounds like a drawn-out process, but it’s really simple.


Ways to Earn from Your Photography Blog

We have featured Niche of the Week posts on special hobbies, or what I call “passions,” before: makeup, cooking and travel. Here I am yet again with another Niche of the Week post on how to turn your hobby or passion into a source of income.


My husband was badly bitten by the shutterbug two years ago. He has always been interested in photography and has exhibited a talent for capturing great moments, so he finally decided to pursue it. He bought a Nikon 5100 DSLR and became the official family photographer. I fully support him, but we both never thought anything would come out of it besides having another hobby.

21008-DSLR-Cameras.jpgInterest in photography had reached a plateau until Nikon introduced the first digital camera in early 2000. Canon and other manufacturers followed suit, and not long after that, we discovered cameras on mobile phones. Digital photography was born.

There are now 4 times as many camera owners per US household as there were in 2002, with the bulk of photos stored on Facebook. Photography accessories such as memory cards, camera bags, cleaning kits and the like have never been more in demand. There are also online photography schools where you can learn to shoot better photos, as well as various books on photography.

The Big Picture

The photography industry is a $10 billion industry in the US alone.

Photography has gone digital in recent years. While anyone with a camera can now take photos and edit them with (often) free software, there’s definitely still a demand for photography specialists, who are making a comeback as they focus on specific photography services like special events coverage and publishing photo books.

31706.jpgThe photography industry in the US earned USD $10 billion in 2013, and and has been projected to grow 1.8% each year  since then — indicating a recovery in progress.

As far as interest in the photography niche, Australia tops the list. There was a decline to the number of searches from between 2014 to early 2016, but it is slowly on the rise. The US takes the 5th spot, behind New Zealand, the UK, and South Africa.

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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.


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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.


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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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Earn $50-$100 Daily with Affiliate Marketing?

Wouldn’t it be nice to earn $50-$100 daily with affiliate marketing.

Here’s a remendous post today which will show you the fool-proof plan that works 100% to make money with affiliate marketing.

The best thing is that you can start in within minutes and it needs only $20-$30 to start and then daily profit of $50-$100.


How to Earn $50-$100 Daily from Affiliate Marketing?

This is almost never shared on web, even the gurus made it a secret. I found it quite few days ago and now sharing it with you. Also I would more posts with awesome information which can work for you to generate money fast and easily with low investment.

May be at start, a $30 would also sound very much for you. But once you’ll start banking profits, they’ll be recovered within a day.

The method I’m gonna share requires a bit of basic skills of monitoring traffic, English writing skills and a bit of patience too.

Also one note you should make that I don’t give any guarantee of profit. You can generate even $1000 a day or $0 per day with this. If you work smart, then you’ll profit for sure. So read it carefully.


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In short, what stuff or services you will need to start this method and earn money?

  • A Blog/Website
  • Little HTML and CSS knowledge
  • Attractive English Writing Skills
  • A Short Report/eBook
  • An Email Autoresponder
  • Targeted Traffic

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