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How to turn blog article in constant affiliate income?



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How to turn blog article in constant affiliate income?

After trying many different methods to boost my seoclerks affiliate income i was successful in few ways. But after reviewing list of my affiliate sales i noted one very good thing, and i'd like to share with you.

How one of my articles turned into $684 worth of sales?

How to turn blog article in constant affiliate income?

Well beside all affiliate activities i was also writing some reviews on seoclerks services and also i was trying to explain how they are done, what they are good for and i was always listing few related services. All of these included my affiliate link. After publishing i was posting link to that article on social media sites for few days massively. Then soon after i noted that one of my affiliates joined after reading on of these reviews, because in your list of affiliates you can see where are they referred from when joining Seoclerks.
From October last year till now that affiliate bought 83 services and spend $684 and my commission is $68.4 WOW if i was writing articles for money i could never be paid so much to write one article How to turn blog article in constant affiliate income? So i suggest you to do the same, Write nice reviews on services and include your affiliate links. Sooner or latter it will have some or very good effect.

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TommyCarey

I do the same thing for my services or if I'm trying to get affiliates How to turn blog article in constant affiliate income?

When you write the article or post just be sure that it is readable and not a super spun piece of garbage. People will be more willing to sign up if they read something good and don't get disgusted when they have to read something that looks like a 4 year old wrote it by smashing his or her hands on the keyboard How to turn blog article in constant affiliate income?

In the article or post be sure to give a tip or trick here and there. By doing this you will get that "AHA!" moment from the reader and they will be more willing to sign up. The "AHA!" moment is like when you see someone in a movie have a good idea and a light bulb pops up above their head and turns on, same thing. Give them a reason to click through your link in order to find the buried treasure behind it, the buried treasure being the website you're promoting ;)

Make sure the article or post is informative, don't just talk about what you plan on doing with the website you're promoting. Talk about the great features and what it has already done for you. Have you made an extra $1,000 because you're selling services here on SeoClerks? Then put that in there because that's what people want to read. They want you to tell them that it's the best and that it can help them out more than any other website can. Just don't go over the top and say "You can make $1,000,000 tomorrow by clicking this links HERE" because then you'll lose credibility and the website the person clicks through to won't seem as good because they're thinking they have solved all their money problems and in reality they have to do a decent amount of work to make money.

Well, that's how I do my articles and posts. I'd love to hear what someone else does, even if it's similar to me.


Thanks,

Razzy




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hitmeasap

Hey anwebservices,
This is a really good method to gain affiliates and make that eagerly awaited passive income we all are dreaming of. Good job on this! With that said, as with any website or blog, and even if I appreciate that you're sharing your techniques on this, you'll need to drive tons of traffic to reach good results. More traffic = more affiliates = more commission. I'd recommend reading these recent Q&A's. (And obviously also do what anwebservices recommends)

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In these Q&As you'll find experts sharing their knowledge, expertise, tips and tricks. You might learn something new. Go and find out How to turn blog article in constant affiliate income?

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idealmike

That's awesome anweb, it's very true what you say, that's why you got to try doing all different things and find what works for you. For you in your case it was with one of your written reviews on SEOClerks services and someone has landed on that, saw and read it and become your affiliate through it. Now you know that those work and in that place, you can now focus on writing more reviews of more services and posting them to the same places and more and doing the same things on them you did to promote them and more. How to turn blog article in constant affiliate income?

I also have a good referral under me like that, that came in from one of my old social signal checker websites that has gone on to spend a fairly big amount on here and keeps buying more services all the time.
How to turn blog article in constant affiliate income?
That's not too shabby for something I created on a whim with a simple script on it to check how many social signals you had.

All I had was a simple banner on the page and the field to enter your URL.

I ended up flipping that site but the point is you just have to try new things because there is a demand out there for it. How to turn blog article in constant affiliate income?




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hitmeasap

This might not the that related to the topic but I felt like sharing this because of your reply. My top affiliate came from a forum, where I actually reviewed a service within a specific thread. Not a service from SEOClerks and SEOClerks were never mentioned before I found the thread. However, what I did was to review the service BUT, instead of reviewing the exact one they were talking about, I reviewed one from SEOClerks instead, as the content were the same on both services. That said and done, I replied to the thread with my review and included my affiliate ID.

Here's the results from doing that. (Note that this is from Nov 25, 2014.)
How to turn blog article in constant affiliate income?

With that being said, this particular affiliate haven't logged in for more than 20 days now, and I believe it's due to the new guidelines and rules regarding Social Media services, even though I'm not sure of it yet. So yeah, service reviews can be very beneficial. What matters is how you write your reviews, what services you are reviewing and where you're doing it.

Best Regards,
hitmeasap




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overcast

Some good tips here shared by Razzy and others. I have kind of struggled with the affiliate income. And I am working really hard to reach the income good enough to keep me stabilized. As you can see that should be more than enough in that case to be earning decent. I think writing the content on various forums can be good idea. And here you can link back to your affiliate linked pages. So this works out good in that case. I have worked on this too but yet to see some strong result.




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