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No Blog Stands Alone: Why You Need Affiliates
By: KC Morgan
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    Table of Contents:
  • No Blog Stands Alone: Why You Need Affiliates
  • Get More Traffic!
  • Finding an Affiliate Blog
  • Choosing a Blog Affiliate: Things to Remember

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    No Blog Stands Alone: Why You Need Affiliates - Finding an Affiliate Blog

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    Want to make use of affiliate marketing to promote your blog? Your first step, then, is actually finding potential affiliates. There is more than one way to start shopping around.

    Use sites like blogcatalog ( to explore extensive lists of blogs. On this site, you can shop for blogs by user, country, language and category. This way, you can find blogs that complement or even contradict yours.

    You might also use your own judgment to shop around for blogs. Choose Web pages that are getting high levels of traffic, as affiliate linking is above all a marketing tactic.

    Once you've found several popular blogs that seem to suit, you can begin the process of approaching these blogs about affiliate marketing. Always choose more blogs than you think you'll need, as your offer of an affiliate could easily be turned down by those you approach.

    Always include a link to your blog and offer a brief description of what your blog is all about when you approach a different blog about affiliate marketing.

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