Why You Should Avoid Hick-Ticket Affiliate Marketing (As a Beginner)
If you’re a beginner, you probably don’t have the most experience in:
Persuading people to click on links or buying (while giving them what they expect)
Finding the right people for the right products.
You might be thinking that you don’t need these skills as you are just sending the traffic as an affiliate, but you do.
If you send any Tom, Dick, and Harry to a product priced at $997, you won’t make any sales.
It’s about sending the right people with the right mindset to the right products, often more than once.
In case, you have some copywriting experience, this may not apply to you.
Selling $997 products right in the beginning will probably be pretty hard for a beginner, meaning you won’t make any sales.
Either way, if you’re completely new, you will probably not make any sales, in the beginning, but by trying to sell high-ticket items without the required skills that period will probably just be even longer.
I can tell you that 9/10 people give up in affiliate marketing as they don’t make any sales, so if you make that period of not making any sales even longer, your chances of giving up increase tremendously.
On the other hand, if you make a couple of sales here and there, you will be much more motivated, even if they are only peanuts. Why?
You will start doing the maths and seeing what’s possible.
Learn The Process First
I’m not saying never go into high-ticket products, just not in the beginning.
It’s a lot easier to learn how to get people on a free trial than it is to whip out their credit card and pay you $997.
Plus, from my experience,$997 products get lots of refunds, especially if the sales tactics were pretty aggressive, as the next day people often just want their money back.
Learn how to sell lower-ticket or medium-ticket offers first, then once you have developed the knowledge, experience, and skills you can start selling the $997 products (if you want to).
Is High-Ticket Affiliate Marketing Profitable?
Now, you might be wondering whether or not high-ticket affiliate marketing is profitable?
You hear a lot of people talking about it and surely they wouldn’t be talking about it if its profitable.
But, you don’t want to avoid something which is profitable.
Of course, it is.
There are plenty of experienced affiliates who are absolutely killing it with high-ticket affiliate marketing, but for beginners, it’s just too hard.
Still to this date, I find it much easier of just getting people on free trials, as the initial asking for credit card details is free.
But, if you’re sending your leads to a product that’s $997, then most people will just leave.
Even, if it’s a webinar, most people are going to know what’s coming their way.
Of course, people are still successful with webinars, but that’s because their really good at what they do.
If you’re new, you’re not going to be really good at affiliate marketing.
You become exceptionally well at something by doing it a lot.
What Affiliate Programs Can You Promote Instead
As I have mentioned a couple of times throughout this article, getting people on free trials is much easier.
Not only that, they also usually pay you each month.
So, let’s take a look at the different type of affiliate programs, that will probably be better for you.
Firstly, we have recurring.
Recurring commissions are probably better than high-ticket commissions in my opinion.
If something costs $99 per month, people are much more likely to buy it, than if it costs $997.
But, if they stay on for 10 months, then they have paid the same price.
Likewise, if something costs $49 per month and you keep your referral for 10 months, that’s a $490 sale.
Aweber can be a good option if you’re looking for basic email marketing tools, at an affordable price.
I don’t really see any place where Aweber is superior over GetResponse, so it’s quite hard to give you a scenario in which you should choose Aweber.
Nonetheless, Aweber is still a solid option and should definitely not be dismissed, as they may make some improvements in the future to get the upper hand vs GetResponse and other options on this list.
Due to the incredible amount of features, Kartra’s pricing does start a little higher than most other options on this list.
But, keep in mind that if you are going to use all of the features, Kartra will save you a lot of money.
An autoresponder, (sales & lead) page builder, membership site builder, helpdesk, and all the other features individually would cost you around $300 to $1500, depending on the number of leads that you have.
Why Is It behind Aweber?
Despite me praising it to the moon and it being incredibly good at what it does, most affiliates will probably not need all the features.
While some might use the features to make an absolute killing, for others’ it would just be overkill and they probably would not use all the features.
Use Kartra If:
Use Kartra if you are looking for much more than an autoresponder.
If you want to host courses and use their comprehensive sales funnel tools, then Kartra is a great option.
Signing up for a ton of different tools separately to get all of these features, would usually cost you a lot more than what Kartra charges, so it can be a great option.
Your domain is brand new, it will take some time to get found, and afterward, it will still be in the Google sandbox.
On the project that I am working on, Google found it on like the second day (naturally), but we tried all kinds of stuff to get it out of the sandbox, but it’s not happening.
We posted so much content in the first week, set up 25 different social profiles, had social signals and all kinds of stuff. However, we just wouldn’t even rank for anything, so we decided to wait.
To be fair, our site is not even two weeks old right now, so it’s probably best to wait.
Just be aware of this and don’t expect to rank overnight, or as soon as it’s indexed.
Focus on beating your competitors in all ranking factors instead.
Why EMD only really work in Low-Competition Niches
EMD only really work in low-competition niches.
The reason for this is if you go into a really competitive niche with an EMD and you’re competing against a bunch of high DA sites that built their sites over years with teams, consistency and a lot of money, you got practically no chance and an EMD won’t do much.
Mainly because of the age of all these sites, it would be hard to make Google think it’s your brand name and people have been looking for your site, instead of these guys who have existed for 10 years and been on the SERP for 10 years with good user metrics.
However, if you go into a niche, with an EMD where 5-10 people are trying to rank for that keyword and you have:
The best content
The most/best links to domain & specific page
The most social signals
The most relevance
Basically, the most everything PLUS your EMD, then this will be a good indication for Google, that these people are looking for you.
And, if you have what the people are looking for with good user metrics then good luck to anyone trying to beat you on that SERP.
Do EMD’s work?
Competitive niches: No, unless you do years of building.
Low-Competition Niches: Yes!
I’m sure the keyword “overcoming obstacles” is not the easiest to rank for as it’s packed with loads of high authority sites, but look what ranks #1.
Let’s take a look at the overall advantages and disadvantages of an EMD.
Keyword-Heavy Anchor Text
If you’re building backlinks, of course, you will have some branded ones.
However, if you have an EMD, then your exact keywords will be in the branded backlinks, meaning you will be able to go for a little bit more keyword-heavy anchor text.
This can also contribute to you eventually taking up the whole SERPs and leaving no chance for anybody else.
Let’s say for example, your EMD is bestwashingmachinecleaner.com, you’re going to get a lot of anchor text like this:
Using an EMD, it’s a little easier to get multiple rankings.
This of course, will result in a huge CTR for that keyword, meaning you will get more traffic.
And, your competitors will have little chances outranking you.
Overall Unfair Advantage
With an EMD, you have a real unfair advantage.
The keyword is literally your brand name resulting in:
Multiple rankings (sometimes)
More keyword-heavy anchor text
A more-optimized site for that keyword
Disadvantages Of EMD For Affiliate Marketing
There are some disadvantages to EMD too. Here are the main three:
Usually Not Good For Branding
It’s usually not very good for branding purposes.
If your name is bestcreditcardrepaircompanies.com that’s not a very brandable name.
There are some occasions where it can be very brandable, but not always.
Useless in Competitive Niches
If it’s in a competitive niche, then there really isn’t much point in having an EMD.
You will never really get to the point of good branding like all of your competitors, so it’s practically useless.
As I mentioned earlier, only use it in low-competitive niches.
Some people say it’s useless if it’s not a Home Page-heavy SERP
Some people say it’s useless, if the SERP doesn’t really seem to rank home pages.
However, I still think it gives you a decent advantage, due to the branded backlinks and the fact that your site will be better optimized for that keyword overall.
Eventually, you will probably also be able to grab multiple rankings, depending on how many links you build, your content, and the competition of that SERP.
Best Uses For Your Money Site
There are two ways that I use/have used EMD in the past.
I’m not sure if there are any other ways to use them, but here are the two ways that I have used them.
So, if you want to use an EMD, you can use one of these strategies.
Using It For Your Money Site
The first way is the more simple way which is to just build your money site on it.
For example, let’s say you are doing some local SEO, lead gen type of stuff and you live in a random city, for this example, let’s say bristol. And, your niche for this example is TV aerial installers.
So, now, you can register a domain name named TVaerialinstallers.com and build a basic lead gen site on it, maybe offering a free quote best price guaranteed.
Then you build out the site, build some links, and eventually, you will rank (if you do everything well).
Now, you can get paid for the leads you generate for your local client.
YouTube comments can get a lot of eyeballs in certain niches, as you can see in the random example of YouTube comments below.
The strategy, I am about to tell you about is not something that I have done in years, but it might still work.
As you can see, in the image below, hundreds or even thousands of people see YouTube Comments.
This first strategy isn’t actually unethical in any way, so you can probably replicate it if you wanted to.
However, you would be missing the needed affiliate disclaimers and stuff like that.
I used to do it on YouTube, but I guess it can work anywhere else too, you just have to be able to edit your comment.
Below is an example, of what I used to do.
To put it into context for you, teamprofit, is a gambling affiliate site, that teaches people “matched betting” for free, but they make money by referring people to the bookmakers & casinos.
Matched betting is like a risk-free way of betting, where you bet on all outcomes and turn the promotional offers into cash.
They have a refer-a-friend program that pays you £10 per person that joins and starts matched betting, which is what I used in the example below.
P.S You may even want to check out Team Profit for yourself, as there is £1000 worth of welcome offers that you can turn into cash. (Only works in the UK) Also, keep in mind I have not used them in years, but I assume they still do the same thing.
Example: After football (Soccer) matches, YouTube channels would always upload either the game highlights or some sort of video around the match.
These videos usually get hundreds of thousands of views and dozens of thousands even in the first hour, especially if it’s a high-profile match.
This is a random match, and it still got 190K in 19 Hours.
Before the video was even uploaded, I would think of a funny comment to leave on all of these videos (because there are a few) and as soon as the videos would be uploaded, I would go and comment under each one of them.
After the comment then had hundreds or sometimes even thousands of likes, I would then edit a short paragraph underneath it, saying something like: “If you want to make money with risk-free bets, head over to teamprofit.com (it’s free)”
However, instead of the teamprofit.com, I would have my shortened affiliate link.
I wouldn’t edit the comment completely, else people would stop liking it and the algorithm would stop showing it to people.
Doing this on 4-8 different videos would usually land me anywhere from £100-£300 in a day.
This was a couple of years ago, so YouTube may have fixed the algorithm, but you can give it a go if you want.
Just keep in mind, I am not responsible for anything you try, or the consequences.
How Can You Do This?
Of course, you can do this with more niches than football.
Maybe you could comment on all of the coronavirus videos and sell masks with a dropshipping store or maybe with some other niche.
There definitely is some opportunity with this method due to the number of viewers, but just like with anything it also does take some testing.
It might take you 10+ tries to even make a sale because you do actually have to get good at it.
You are trying to convince people who came to watch a YouTube video to take the action you want them to take.
Weird Affiliate Marketing Strategy #2 = Pretend To Be Somebody Else
Now, we are going towards more unethical strategies.
This second strategy is simply pretending to be somebody else (famous, high profile person)
There are many different ways you can do this, but it’s unethical and you also have to get really good at it to not get caught out quickly.
I don’t think you should use this strategy if you want to use a strategy, use the first one.
When people go out of business, change their names, or sometimes just leave the online world, they let their domain names expire.
This domain usually has some authority, so it’s pretty easy to rank for some keywords in Google.
You can then use their trusted personality to make sales on related products or services.
Is it unethical? Yes 100%, so I would say do not try this method or the second method.
Method 2: Social Media Accounts
There are so many social media sites out there other than the usual Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and so on.
And, even with those, not all people use all of those platforms.
Sometimes, you can find a certain more known person, or a guru and create a social media account for that platform.
People run after any more known person like chickens.
For example, on Quora, if you pretend to be somebody more known with a “flashy” credential, bio, and profile picture people will upvote everything you say. This would make Affiliate marketing on Quora, extremely profitable.
You could create a social media account for some sort of guru, and just sell with your shortened affiliate link, if you do it well, nobody is going to notice.
You have to get good at it and act as if you’re them, post their newest videos, talk like them and promote all of their stuff (with your shortened affiliate link).
Do I recommend you do this? Again, no. Although, I guess you could ask the person and tell them you have their username for this platform. I imagine some wouldn’t care, in which case you might be fine.
You Can Get into a lot of trouble
Keep in mind, that is probably illegal and you can get into tons of trouble doing this.
I don’t recommend you do it, nor am I responsible for what you do.
But, what you do, is up to you.
Weirdest Affiliate Marketing Strategies #1: Want a Free Audit?
This last one, I am pretty sure you can consider stealing.
If you are blogging especially in competitive niches, you are going to need some sort of metrics such as DA or DR. In this article we are going to be comparing DA vs DR to see which one you should use.
In case, you don’t know what both of these metrics are, they are the metrics used by Moz and Ahrefs to measure the “authority” of a domain or website based on their backlink profile.
These metrics are then used for analyzing the SERPS to see how easy or difficult it is to rank for a specific term.
Different Tools like to use slightly different metrics and that’s then of course also the case for their users.
Domain Authority vs Domain Rating
While Moz uses the metric DA or Domain Authority, Ahrefs uses the metric DR.
Both of these metrics run on a scale from 0 to 100, so quite often they spit out some similar or even the same numbers.
They are both great metrics but keep in mind that Google does not use Moz or Ahrefs’ data when deciding who is being ranked where on the SERPs.
By copy, I don’t mean copy it exactly but get inspired by it if you want to call it that.
Look at the:
You want to basically do what they did, if they are ranking high.
Who do you copy?
You can either copy #1 or get an average from all the people who are ranking on the first page.
Something you could do also if you see somebody with a low DA and pretty low PA ranking high, that’s usually an indicator that they did a brilliant job with their on-page.
So, then you can look at what they did.
Wordcount/Quality/ Search Term
The next thing you want to get a feel of is the word count, quality, and search term.
What I mean by search term is, what’s the user looking for?
If the term is something broad like “digital marketing”, then they are probably looking for a huge guide that they can read about digital marketing.
On the other hand, if the term is a short question like “How many times did Germany win the world cup” then the user is probably looking for a quick answer.
So, you kind of want to get a feel of how you can beat all the pages that are ranking.
You don’t necessarily always have to have more words, but you want to have the best content for the user, with the best on-page if that makes sense.
Domain Authority/Domain Rating
This is arguably the metric that you can’t beat, at least not in the short term.
In the long term, of course, you can.
However, you still want to get an idea of the DA/DR of the pages that are ranking, despite not necessarily being able to beat them in this metric. Why?
You want to see if it’s even possible to rank (combined with the other factor)
It’s also helpful to get an idea of how much you have to beat them on the other metrics
Page Authority/ URL Rating
If your site has a much lower DA/DR, you can beat those sites by having more links to that specific page.
After doing your research, if you see that the site ranking has a much higher DA/DR, then you will need to make sure you try to beat them in all other aspects, one of them is links to that specific page.
There really isn’t like a secret formula that I could tell you about, you kind of just need to make your own estimate when it comes to determining how many/what quality links you need.
You may have heard of the Honey app before, in fact you are probably a user of Honey.
Quite recently, this happened…
And, everyone asked themselves, well how does honey make money?
Is it all a scam? Do they add costs instead?
Why would Paypal pay $4 BILLION for a little browser extension that goes out and finds discount codes?
There was some serious confusion around the Honey app.
Today we will be uncovering how honey makes money and their little dark secret.
But first, you need to understand what affiliate marketing is.
Affiliate marketing is when companies have people or companies sell their products through a tracking link for commissions.
This isn’t what the Honey app does, it gets a little darker than that.
Honey is applied in a variety of online stores such as:
All these stores have affiliate programs.
For example, if I am an affiliate from Amazon and I have a link on my website to their product, if you go and purchase through that link, I earn a commission.
How Does Honey Make Money? Here’s What They Do
So, how does honey make money?
Well, first of all, let’s take a look at what Honey can do to you when you are browsing the web.
As you can see in the image above, Honey can “read and CHANGE all your data on the websites you visit”.
Don’t worry, they are not talking about changing your personal or private data, although they may be able to see that too as shown in the image below.
I’m not sure why they would need to “store unlimited amount of client-side data”.
As they clearly indicate, there is no limit to what they can store which is pretty scary if you think about it, as you don’t really know what they are storing and how they are using it.
Anyway, when they talk about the “changing your data” they are talking about the cookies in your browser which they will hijack from other affiliates.
It also says it will track your personal browsing data on your device, meaning it will track
When you buy
Where you buy
What you Click on
And all sorts of data
What does Honey do with this info? I’m not sure.
There have also been some people reporting that the Honey app can actually change the content of websites such as in the image below, where the Honey app added a droplist.
So, it can store whatever it wants about you and even change the pages that you are on.
That’s a little scary.
Well, this is how they make money.
You might be browsing through amazon or wherever else you go shopping and you may receive a notification saying that they have found a coupon code, or that you can get it cheaper somewhere else with a little “click here” button.
When you use that “click here” button or the discount code they give you, they earn a commission on that sale.
The problem with this is that they are hijacking a lot of commissions from normal affiliates, as they change the cookie in the browser to theirs, meaning they earn a commission instead of the affiliate that actually sent the customer.
Some people believe this is also why Amazon does not like Honey, as they hijack a lot of their affiliates commissions.
You might be thinking that the guy who created Honey sounds pretty evil if he is stealing all these commissions from other affiliates, right?
Well, the funny thing is that he only created the app, because he was a little down in money and was looking for cheap Pizza for his kids.
He noticed that it was kind of hard coupons online, so he thought it would be pretty cool to have an app that finds it all for him.
Then he started developing an app and got lots of investors.
A couple of years later (now) it’s worth over $4 billion dollars. Crazy.
Why Is It Worth $4 Billion Today?
Well, it’s simply down to the large volume of users that the Honey app has.
The honey app earns money on almost every transaction that its users make online.
It does not matter if this commission is tiny, usually, its anywhere from 0.5% to 5%, the volume of people using this app makes it up.
I couldn’t find any statistics on how many users it actually has, but the number must be in the hundred millions.
Imagine getting 0.5% – 5% on a majority of transactions made by all these users?
That’s why it’s worth $4 BILLION.
How Does Honey Make Money? Summary
Well, if you have been around affiliate marketing, you will know what Coupon sites are.
You create a site with a bunch of coupons, get them ranked in search engines and when people look for that specific coupon, your site shows up.
When somebody clicks onto your site, then clicks to the retailer and makes a purchase, you earn a commission.
Honey does this, but with all of its customers whenever they apply a code, visit a different retailer or click on any link that the app shows.
The only problem with the app itself is, that sometimes it can even hijack commissions from other affiliates.
Example Of Honey Hijacking Commissions
You own a blog about gardening and sometimes you review specific gardening products.
To monetize your time spent on your blog, you sign up for their affiliate program and if somebody likes the product that you review and purchases, you earn a commission.
Well, not so quick…
Now Honey jumps in and hijacks the cookies in the person’s browser and say that they sent your customer, not you.
This is literally stealing, how is it legal?
I don’t know, but I don’t think it’s ethical. At least not in my opinion.
The Problem With Honey In The Long Term
In a lot of cases, Honey is not generating new customers to these businesses, so they should not be earning any commissions.
If the “affiliate” is not generating new customers, then why should they be paid a commission?
And, they are paid that commission instead of the affiliate who is generating a new customer.
The problem with this for the businesses is that the affiliates will probably start promoting other products, meaning the business will get less business, but still payout the same amount of commissions.
For the affiliate it just doesn’t make sense to keep promoting these offers, if a huge majority of internet users is using Honey.
I don’t think so, with the large profits that Honey is making, they will probably find a way to keep the Honey app profitable.
And, even if some sort of regulations come into place stopping them from hijacking the cookies, they will probably double down on the function that helps its users find a cheaper option and they may even partner up with some specific stores that offer exclusive discounts to Honey users to redirect them to that store.
Then again, some other stores may block them from doing that.
I’m not sure, but I think that they will always find a way to keep the app profitable, even if some regulations are brought into place.
How Does Honey Make Money: Conclusion
How Does Honey Make Money? By stealing it.
Okay, maybe not direct stealing, but it’s pretty close.
There is no doubt that the Honey app offers great value to consumers unless they do something really sketchy with the data that they collect which they probably don’t.
However, how the honey app makes money is not the most ethical way, to say the least.
I may be biased on this discussion, as I am an affiliate myself, but the hijacking of affiliates cookies really is unethical.
Affiliates who are sending the customers should be compensated for doing so, as they are offering value to the business and also to the customer, as they are helping them find what they need.
I find it quite weird that there is not some sort of law surrounding this and that Honey can simply hijack the affiliate’s cookies so easily.
Other than that, for me, I don’t see the other “cons” mentioned as cons.
I would love to see any business that has a payment guarantee, this just simply doesn’t exist.
And, affiliate marketing having a bad name to some people who don’t know about it, is not exactly our problem either.
What To Expect
Although affiliate marketing itself can’t get saturated, you should be competitive.
Nobody goes into a real business not being competitive.
There will be affiliates out there investing more time & money than you, so at least be competitive in the space.
If you’re not, you will probably fail or not do very well at least.
It’s definitely not easy at the start, but it gets easier as you go along.
And, once you start making some money, you will start to learn about putting your effort into long-term strategies that will prove to be the most profitable.
Pros & Cons Of Affiliate Marketing (For Businesses)
For businesses, there are also some similar benefits in using affiliates as part of the businesses marketing strategy.
The main issue for businesses comes with “spammy” affiliates that can damage the businesses brand.
Pros For Businesses
Cons For Businesses
Low-risk marketing strategy
Passive marketing strategy
No-cost marketing strategy
Potential brand damage
Potential legal issues
Risk of abuse
Pros Of Affiliate Marketing For Businesses Explained
As you only pay when the affiliate makes a sale, or in some cases refers somebody to take a specific action (email opt-in, etc.), affiliate marketing is very low-risk.
It’s a marketing strategy that is:
No-cost (apart from maybe getting setup)
This kind of marketing strategy can have tremendous value to smaller businesses with lower budgets, as well as bigger companies.
The business itself is not investing more time and/or employees into marketing but is making more sales.
If you are not investing more resources into marketing, but still are making more sales, you are in a very good position.
As you grow the affiliates for your business, the sales will increase too without having to put more resources into marketing.
Cons Of Affiliate Marketing For Businesses Explained
The main con that affiliate marketing can bring to your business is spammy affiliates.
Not only can they damage your brand and reputation, but they can also actually throw off your sales tracking & retargeting pixels.
This can be a huge problem, as it can stop potential buyers from making a purchase, as well as throw off your advertising campaigns.
If you have affiliates who just spam their links all over the internet, message random people (in an unpolite way) and reply to random people’s social media posts with an affiliate link to your product or service, it can damage your brand.
And, also if they use spammy traffic methods such as:
Buying from Fiverr
Some Solo ads (There are good solo ad providers too)
This will throw off your pixels, sales tracking, and just about anything you track on sales pages.
You will also spend money advertising to people with no interest in your product.
Abuse (i.e people buying through their own affiliate link and stuff like that)
In terms of legal issues, you will want to have clear T&C’s (I assume) and stuff like that.
This is not legal advice, I am not a legal adviser, laywer or anything else related.
However, most affiliate programs have this, and I of course always see them, so I would assume you need something similar.
In these T&C’s you can also create rules on how your product should be promoted, that the affiliate has to stick to.
How To Mitigate The Cons
Mitigating the cons for businesses is pretty simple, but it depends on your size.
Something that you should consider is having a closed affiliate program if it’s available to an audience where there are a lot of beginners.
For example, if you have an affiliate program on ClickBank or similar marketplaces, you should probably make it a closed affiliate program.
It kind of depends on what sort of skill level the affiliates that will look for your affiliate program.
Keep in mind, you may not even have to do this sort of stuff mentioned below, but it’s worth looking into depending on your industry and the skill level of your affiliates.
Closing The Affiliate Program
Usually, a lot of people from a “make money online audience” are beginners and do spammy stuff.
If a lot of people finding your affiliate program are from like a spammy “make money online” sort of audience, then you should definitely consider having a closed affiliate program that asks for stuff like:
Social media platforms
etc. (i.e web presence)
This will mitigate the risks of spammy affiliates, as you will be able to see who is joining your affiliate program.
You will also want to research this sort of stuff which I can’t really help you with.
It’s maybe even best to go see a lawyer relating to this sort of stuff.
Another thing that you could do is look at other affiliate programs in your industry and see what sort of rules they have, just to get an idea for your own business.
What To Expect
Just make sure that you are aware of how your affiliates are going to be promoting your product/service.
Make them agree to an affiliate agreement that forbids them to advertise in ways you don’t want to.
By doing this, you should be able to expect nothing negative from having affiliates.
If you get a spike of not converting traffic, look into where it’s coming from and find out why.
Pros and Cons Of Affiliate Marketing (Overall)
Overall, I think affiliate marketing only has pros.
If you take away the specific stuff such as potential spammy affiliates, or on the other hand shady affiliate programs, you are really only left with pros.
Every business in the world wants more customers and the affiliates? They will always want to make money.
It’s a match made in heaven.
Anybody saying things like affiliate marketing will go soon, or that it’s not a real business model straight up has no idea of what they’re talking about.
It’s common sense really.
Affiliate Marketing Pros and Cons: Conclusion
As you have seen throughout this article, affiliate marketing can have huge benefits for both affiliates and businesses. It can help businesses make more sales and it can even help affiliates become rich.
I hope that this article has been helpful in your decision on how you want to use affiliate marketing, or whether you want to start/use it.
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