Affiliate marketing without a website (6 steps)

Many people manage Affiliate marketing without a website or computer, but it is more challenging. Although having a website greatly helps…..

The most crucial aspect of affiliate marketing is placing your link in front of individuals who are actively looking for that particular commodity. Your job is to create a relationship with people seeking your product, present that product in its best light and in a way that encourages the visitor to purchase.

HOW TO DO AFFILIATE MARKETING WITHOUT A WEBSITE

Your personal link will be provided by the program you join, allowing sales to be traced back to you and allowing you to collect your commission. There are numerous ways to spread your link to as many locations as you can.

6 WAYS TO DO AFFILIATE MARKETING WITHOUT A WEBSITE

1. Post On Blogs/Forums

You need to find a forum in your niche, otherwise your promotion will be out of place. Make sure to check the forum rules about links in your signature, but if that is a “go”, insert your link into your signature and post away! Medium and Quora are two great places to start. It will be helpful to become a regular poster on the forum.

This builds confidence that you are not a spammer or scammer. Offer posts that are valuable; putting links at random is regarded as spam and can get you banned.

Before adding your link to your signature, you might want to post a few times. Make careful to browse the entire forum to see where you can be organically most effective.

2. A Hubpage!

You can join HubPages for free and create one page “mini website/blog” to direct visitors to your offer and link. You can share your passion for free, as well as meet others who are doing the same.
Write your own articles, and say what you want to say to promote products, using photos and your links.

3. Social Media

Be sure to read the terms of service before you start promoting ads on your social media network of choice. There may be rules as to how many links you can place.
Social media works well for product reviews.
Make sure that the content that you post is related to your niche, add a few photos and then direct them to your link.
Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest are great places to get started. Join other people’s groups/boards to find a network of like-minded individuals.

4. YouTube Videos

This is by far the best way to do product reviews, unboxings, and demonstrations. Being able to physically show your audience a product and what it looks like in real life, will help you gain trust and customers! A tool that you can use are Screencast O Matic.

There are a lot of YouTube videos explaining the process of getting started on YouTube I personally find this amusing, but what better way to learn than at the source. Keep in mind that if you enable the “share” button, you are giving anyone permission to take your video and share it on their website or social media platform. This can be good or bad, depending. If you do not want this, then disable the share button.

5. Write Ads For Classified Websites Or reviews!

Go ahead and write a review post with the link to the product that you are promoting, and post it on Craigslist, epage.com, or Kijiji.com

Be sure to place your ad in the correct category for whatever you are promoting, and note that there may be more than one category that you can use. For example, dog training manuals can be placed in education as well as pet categories.

6. Write An EBook To Give Away Or Sell It Cheap On EBay

You can promote it on your social media accounts as well. This is a great way to get your name out there, especially if you encourage others to share and like your “freebie”. Your book does not have to be very big – 20 pages will do –and you can call it what you like.

For example “The Ultimate Guide” or a “Special Report” or any other buzz words that will encourage people to download it. Your book should be informative, and not just ads. Conclusion Blogging is one of the cheapest businesses to launch.

Only website hosting ($35 per year) and a domain name ($12–$15 per year) Namecheap is recommend. Incorporate affiliate links into your blog posts to make evergreen income for as long as your content is relevant.

I hope this information was useful. Good luck!

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