Thursday, January 8, 2009

    Affiliate Blogging with Blogs

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    Promoting affiliate programs is one of the best ways to make money from your blog. Unlike Chitika or other forms of advertising, you can earn much more by doing much less. The trick is to eqip yourself with the right tools for the job, and the right business tactics.

    The most important of all is to make sure you are building affiliate sites with WordPress. This is because WordPress if not only a blogging platform, but also a complete Content Management sytem for online marketing. You can easily add useful affiliate marketing plugins to enhance your blog, automate it, and increase your profits.

    The first thing you want to get as an affiliate marketer is the WP Ninja Affiliate plugin for WordPress. This is an all-in-one system that cloacks and tracks all your affiliate links. However, the most amazing feature about it is that it allows you to instantly transform chosens keywords into links.

    It's very easy to install, and equally easy to use. If automation is your goal, this plugin is something you definitely want to add to your marketing arsenal.

    Besides that, you should also get the Review Site WordPress plugin. This plugin converts your blog into a review website, very useful for smaller and more targeted markets. It's not that difficult to find things you can write a review about. This plugin also allows your readers to submit their own ratings.

    Now that you have the tools, think about your affiliate marketing strategy for a moment. Have you build a list of keywords? Did you take a look at the Clickbank marketplace?

    You should focus on less competitive, yet reasonably profitable niche markets instead of the ones everyone is going for. These markets are usually easier to work in, and you'll start seeing results much, much faster.

    Affiliate marketing is not rocket science. Anyone can make a lot of money with it as long as they are willing to invest int good tools, and have the correct guidance.


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