FlexOffers represents is the affiliate program of choice for many national retailers including: Travelocity, Macy’s, IHG, Nike and more. . They have mainly Cost per Sale programs where you earn a commission when your referred visitor purchase. They also have some Cost per Action programs where you are paid for free trials or email signups. They are a bit fussier with the approval process. You will need to verify both your website and a mobile number. FlexOffers has some powerful brands for you to consider for your affiliate marketing portfolio.
Coupon sites: If you're offering a new product or service that isn't popular in the marketplace, you might try creating an affiliate partnership with a coupon site for a limited time. While you don't want to lose money by giving your product away at a discount, it could be effective at getting some first-time buyers to check out your website and become brand advocates.
There are plenty of resources online on how to learn affiliate marketing. Some are free, some are great, while others are not so good. In order to get the best training possible, it is best that you choose one of my suggested affiliate marketing courses and one that has been reviewed properly by a 3rd party. I buy all the affiliate marketing courses I review.
United Affiliates Network is focused solely on Finance and Gambling industries. The network works solely with traffic providers that generate traffic through Google ads and seo, Facebook and Email campaigns. We provide an end-to-end solution for affiliates and advertisers. Affiliates receive all the tools needed to run and generate traffic for the financial industry, we can even assist them with the “know-how” and the ABC steps needed to run traffic from google, facebook and emails. From the other side, advertisers will get a super high quality traffic, generated by Google Ads and Facebook ads campaigns, SEO and Email marketing.
There’s a popular saying among affiliate marketers and that saying is “content is king.” Content is truly the lifeblood of any affiliate marketing business. So far, everything you have had to learn has actually been relatively easy. Learning how the affiliate marketing industry works is easy to understand once it’s explained to you. Doing market research is easy if you know what to look for. Creating a website is SUPER easy. Writing hundreds of pages of content? Not so easy.
I read your posts and no doubt you have an amazing blog that helped me with some stuff too. However if you don’t mind I would like to discuss a little bit further on monetizing methods too. Actually, I am a young blogger, started around a year and a half ago cause I wanted to write on stuff. The only monetizing methods I accepted was Adsense which kept me going but it is simply not cutting with the quality/effort I am putting in. However, I have built a nice traffic and strong following which is the reason I want to integrate with the affiliate market now and start monetizing further than google ads.
Hi Tommy. I vet the programs listed on my site and eliminate the ones that people make complaints about. But its important for you to also use your due diligence when you choose a program. Google the name of the company followed by queries such as “complaints” and “fraud” and “scam” to see if people are making accusations. You can also contact their affiliate manager directly to ask questions. If you can’t locate an affiliate manager that is definitely a red flag. Finally, diversify into a few different companies so you can compare them. Hope this helps. Sincerely – Bill