Once you have chosen your niche your next most important decision when creating an affiliate marketing income is your blogging platform. There are many free and paid opportunities out there, each one of them having their own pro’s and con’s, which I want to highlight for you today.
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Is your target audience a millennial? Then you should not overlook the power of Tumblr to create affiliate commissions and eCommerce sales. But in order to succeed on that platform, consider a few points, to effectively navigate on this unique platform. 1. Tumblr is a micro-blogging platform. Essentially this means,
Many marketers and bloggers will tell you the positive sides of affiliate marketing, but today, I want to let you know what the con’s of affiliate marketing are, so you can make an informed decision on if this type of business is right for you. 1. It is not a
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You probably are wondering why you should care about Medium, and post your content there. Medium has a unique feature, where you can collect subscribers to send email-type newsletters to, which in turn you can use to market yourself and your brand just as you would do with regular email
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Referral programs are similar to affiliate programs in which you are receiving a commission by sharing a link. Just like affiliate programs, you can add this link to your content, or send it via social media, or email marketing campaigns. Unlike affiliate marketing you do not get a percentage, but