10 Ways To Increase Your Affiliate Commissions
1. Participate in chat rooms related to the product
you're reselling. Start a conversation with a person
without trying to sell to them. Later on, while you
are chatting, mention the product you're reselling.
2. Create a free ebook with the advertisement and
link of your affiliate web site. The subject of the free
ebook should draw your target audience to down-
load it. Also submit it to some ebook directories.
3. Start your own affiliate program directory. Join
a large number of affiliate programs and list them all
in a directory format on your web site. Then just
advertise your free affiliate program directory.
4. Write your own affiliate program ads. If all the
other affiliates use the same ads you do, that does
not give you an edge over your competition. Use
a different ad to give yourself an advantage over
all the other affiliates.
5. Use a personal endorsement ad. Only use one if
you've actually bought the product or service for the
affiliate program. Tell people what kind of benefits
and results you've received using the product.
6. Advertise the product you're reselling in your
signature file. Use an attention getting headline and
a good reason for them to visit your affiliate site.
Make sure your sig file doesn't go over 5 lines.
7. Join a web ring. It should attract the same type
of people that would be interested in buying the
product you're reselling. You could also trade links
on your own with other related web sites.
8. Participate on web discussion boards. Post your
comments, answer other people's questions, and
ask your own questions. Include your affiliate text
link under each message you post.
9. Create a free ezine. Use your ezine to advertise
the affiliate programs you've joined. Submit your
ezine to online ezine directories and promote it on
your web site.
10. Start a private web site. Use it as a free bonus
if people buy the product you resell. You could
also allow people to join for free and you could
advertise the affiliate program you've joined.
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