Becoming a super affiliate - It's not easy, but it's worth it.
Generating revenue online isn't easy for an affiliate, but it's possible. If you're getting into affiliate marketing I would suggest not to quit your day job just yet. I say that because affiliate marketing isn't an easy thing to build up as a passive income and it could take you years to master.
I myself am an affiliate marketer and do pretty well as one. I don't focus on the high priced items with a one time commission. I aim my focus on the lower priced items where I can get recurring commissions for life through the platforms or system. Take SeoClerks for example, I've been pushing the services here through multiple websites and making more and more money each month due to the recurring commissions.
You can do it to!
Step 1: Set up your own website
This website doesn't have to be fancy, but it does have to be optimized. Optimize for your main keywords, secondary keywords and super long tail keywords. You'll usually rank quicker for obscure keywords you're not even trying to target, but that's ok!
Step 2: Add loads of content
This is where most of your time will be invested. You will need to add loads of optimized content, and keep up with it. You can't just add 300 optimized articles and let the site go dead and hope to make thousands each month from affiliate sales. You will need to post a couple times a week and target new keywords each time. Within each of your posts you can add your affiliate links which people will click through and purchase from SeoClerks (or your preferred platform).
Step 3: Advertising
A lot of people won't advertise their blog which is solely set up to pull in affiliate sales, but you can. Just be sure that all your posts aren't aimed at one website so it looks more natural. You can add links to many other websites and some of your posts can just be informational and not have any links. You might break even on this but in time your profits will compile due to all the new members you're bringing in each month
That's about it
You can scale this up and do as many websites as you'd like. No one can stop you from adding quality content to your websites It could get pretty time consuming if you're writing all the content yourself, through. I would suggest using platforms like SeoClerks or WordClerks in order to get your articles written for a few dollars or less