Affiliate Tip #1 – You Don’t Need A Website To Promote Affiliate Programs

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laptopWith the recent launch of the Renegade Success Secrets Affiliate Program, I have been receiving some questions and concerns with affiliates that they do not have a website to promote their link. They want to take advantage of it, but feel they need a website to do so. So I wrote this in response and decided to make a series out of it! You don’t need a website to promote an affiliate program (but it sure helps!). If you’re an affiliate and have a question, use the Contact form and let me know. If you’re not an affiliate yet, what are you waiting for GO HERE NOW ——> Renegade Success Secrets Affiliates

Affiliate Tip #1 – You don’t need a website, but it sure helps. Many affiliate programs are promoted through websites and that’s where a good chunk of your affiliate income would come from. However, you can promote an affiliate program through writing articles, joining forums or other social media, creating a info-product, and PPC. Let me explain…

Writing articles is free and productive. If you write an informative, high quality article, you can submit it to all the article directories and attach a resource box with your affiliate link in it, down at the bottom. This will establish you as an “expert” and drive traffic to the product homepage via your affiliate link. The amount of articles you could write is limitless, and you can do as many as you want for different affiliate programs or different keywords.

You could always join a forum.
If you become part of a community, you can promote your affiliate links through signature files, relevant posts, or in your profile page. This rings true for all types of social media. If you really contribute to these places, then people will pay attention and you can give them your affiliate link. It’s a free option and can be somewhat fun.

Creating an info-product doesn’t have to cost you anything if you have that kind of talent. It’s basically creating a product for viral marketing and you don’t need a website to do it. You could write an ebook, make a video or audio, create a report, or just create something that deals with your affiliate. You can then contact website owners, ezine owners, or forum members to give away your product for free for their members. You can do this for free because your affiliate link is inside of it and you can benefit from that. You let others promote your creation and in turn your affiliate link gets clicked on.

PPC or pay-per-click isn’t free, but you still do not need a website in order to use it.
You can set up campaigns for PPC using your affiliate link. You can use places like Adwords by text campaigns or banner campaigns. Your own website is not necessary because most affiliate programs allow you to PPC your link. Just in case though, read the fine print.

Of course the best way of promoting your affiliate product is to have your own website with a squeeze page (in order to get opt-in email addresses) or a blog and linking directly through there. But while you’re building your website or not wanting to deal with that… these tips should help you promote your affiliate link without your own domain.

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  1. One thing I might want to warn you about when it comes to article marketing is that Ezine Articles will not allow you to post affiliate links in the resource box. Tried that when I wrote an article about a mlm I am a part of (Global Domains International), and linked to my sign up page in the resource box, but then the article was rejected because it had an affiliate link in it (though I did resubmit it later without the referral link and it got accepted). However, one article submission directory that I am aware of that is not as restrictive about affilite links is Amazines, as I wrote an article about project payday and posted an affiliate link to that, and it got accepted without any problems. Thought that I would point that out for your readers. Also, if you join forums, you might want to check the board rules before posting as some will not let you post referral links even in your signature file (such as warrior forum, business forums, and the myspace forums).

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