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MAKE $50 – $100 DAILY
WITH
AFFILIATE MARKETING

You will start out by investing about $30 and that will be recovered your first day! This method takes a small amount of skill monitoring web traffic, basic English grammar skill,and, like always, some patience.

With that said, it is important that you understand I am not offering any type of guarantee of any profit because that is really up to you.  When you think about it you can earn $0 today or possibly $1,000 today.

Technical Setup

  • A basic blog/website
  • Very little HTML knowledge
  • Attractive English writing skills
  • A short report or what is called an eBook
  • An Email AutoResponder
  • Targeted Traffic

Now let’s define what each of these elements are and how they work.

  • A Blog is most often used to create written articles that will be interesting and exciting to your readers…once published to the world wide web you are able to reach out to readers
  • What are HTML and CSS? These are language tools of the Internet used for stylizing your web page.  They provide the ability to control the appearance of the content you write including, images, bold type, type style, type size, padding, margins, etc.
  • An Email Auto-responder is a service that sends an automatic email response to subscribers that sign up for your blog and lets you set email courses for a specified period.  You want to send 1 email each day for the first 10 days after a subscriber signs up for your blog and the autoresponder does that for you.

The Method To Earn $50-$100 Through Affiliate Marketing

The 100% working method to earn money with affiliate marketing is here. It is so simple and easy with fast and guaranteed results from your hard work.

The first step is to get started and you can earn money even if you…

  • you’re not an expert on a subject?
  • you don’t have a massive audience?
  • you don’t want to publish books, create products or run courses?

You can! Here’s a simple blueprint to make it happen.

Make Money Online Through Affiliate Marketing

“I like that I get to earn a bit of money just by pointing people toward stuff I genuinely think they’ll want or need,” says Sophie Lizard, creator of BeAFreelanceBlogger.com.

“And I like introducing my readers to new resources and helpful experts they might not have heard about before.”

At BAFB, Lizard helps readers learn how to get paid to write blog posts and sells online courses, ebooks and coaching. And as an affiliate, she makes money recommending other people’s products to her readers, mostly by emailing her list of subscribers.

In its simplest terms, online affiliate marketing for bloggers means:

  1. You write about a product or service.
  2. You link to it with a special tracking link.
  3. When your readers click the link and make a purchase, you get a commission on the sale.

Imagine you just read the perfect how-to book on cooking Indian food, and you want to recommend it to others.

Write a blog post or email newsletter reviewing the book, and link to the book with your Amazon Associates link. If your review convinces a reader to buy, you’ll get a piece of that sale!

Affiliate marketing happens on a spectrum, from an average Joe sharing a link on his blog or social media to a massive publication making special advertising deals through marketing agencies.

So, how can you, as a new blogger, make money from affiliate marketing?

Why I Love Affiliate Marketing

Of all the ways I’ve tried to make money blogging, affiliate marketing is my favorite.

The number-one reason I’ve been more successful as an affiliate than as a publisher, coach or anything else is that it’s easier to sell someone else’s product than my own.

Self-promotion is challenging for the person doing it — and it’s not too palatable for the person watching it.

Whether it’s a tweet about a blog post or an email promoting an online course, my readers are far more receptive to my promotion of someone other than of myself. And I’m much more comfortable touting someone else!

“There are always a few people who reply all excited, saying that what I just linked to is exactly what they needed — that’s a feel-good moment for me,” explains Lizard.

From the reader’s point of view, this is simple: When they see you bragging about someone else, that someone instantly has some social credit. They’re good enough for you to promote.

And it’s just plain less annoying for the reader when you share resources from other people than when you constantly tout your own wares.

Lizard also points out that “sometimes I’ll get a grouchy email from someone who wants me to apologize for telling them about anything with a price tag.” But those are less common, and her readers overall have remained receptive to a promotional email “every month or two.”

Affiliate Marketing in 2017

Why talk about affiliate marketing in 2017? Isn’t that a thing of the past?

Back in the ancient times of blogging — say, 10 to 15 years ago — you could create a blog and litter it with ads and affiliate links and bring in decent money.

It was fairly easy: People were looking for things on the Internet, and there wasn’t much there.

In that landscape, your blog was like the one gas station on a dusty two-lane highway between Idaho and Utah.

It didn’t matter that the coffee has been burning for three days and the bathrooms have a permanent puddle of hopefully water on the floor — people would stop, because it was the only business they’d seen for 75 miles.

Now, we live in more of a Starbucks-on-every-corner era of blogging. Readers have more choices online than they can comprehend, and they’ll likely stop somewhere familiar before even knowing what’s down the block.

You’re down the block, in the little artisan coffee shop. You don’t do nearly the volume of business as the nearest Starbucks.

But your regulars are die-hard fans who will try your latest Flavor of the Day even if it’s peppermint-caramel-raspberry, because they trust your taste. And this is the key to affiliate to marketing.

Making money as a small blogger in 2016 is less about being the only one in your niche and more about cultivating a community of fans around what you uniquely offer within that niche.

 

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