Hello, Jerry so good to read your post as usual. I always look at your work and I am amazed at how professional and well detailed your work is. You are right with what you said about affiliate marketing and I feel the same way too. This is a great way to work for yourself and live life on your own terms. You have a ton of awesome information that will inspire your readers.
Thankyourskin.com is a site that Tung Tran is running. He is a well-known marketer from cloudliving.com, make sure to check him out. Anyhow, this site is a great example of a niche site. Notice a few things here: He runs a CTA on the top to collect leads (emails) from visitors. This is a very wise strategy because it will allow him to run targeted messages to his visitors and make them come back to the site.
Affiliate marketing is, essentially, a performance based marketing strategy businesses use to compensate or reward affiliates for each visitor or customer brought to the site by their marketing effort. You promote a product or products for a company – typically they will give you an affiliate link or code with which to direct these customers to the site – and they reward you by paying you a percentage of the sales generated by your recommendation. There are many different general sites that you can sign up with to get started, and many more sites within different niches such as wellness, makeup, clothing and so on that you can apply to sign up for once you’ve gained momentum and found what niche you fit in most.
Jaaxy is one of the best & most useful features. It shows me the value of potential keywords by allowing me to do a search for any keyword I might be interested in using & returning results for, not only that keyword, but also an array of related suggestions I could use. So it gives a column of potential keywords, along with stats on the average monthly searches, estimated number of hits I can expect if my site ranks on the first search page, number of competitors, how good it is for SEO, & the quality of each keyword based on those stats.
As well as providing services, we are keen on educating our readers with the content we publish. Some of the links you see in our posts/guides/tutorials have affiliate links, meaning if you decide to purchase a product or sign-up for the service using our links, we get a commission (at no additional cost to you). We’ve published a lot of posts, and can’t keep track of every affiliate link. So, please assume that every link is affiliate before clicking away. Also, we do not recommend the tools & products we don’t admire, even if they offer decent commission rates.
However, for many, this traditional way of learning is either not attractive or not possible for various reasons. Lots of people flock to remote learning platforms to complete or continue their schooling, and there are plenty of online education affiliate programs which you, the affiliate marketer, can leverage to earn money helping people improve their lives.