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How to Use Affiliate Programs
By: KC Morgan
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    2008-10-29

    Table of Contents:
  • How to Use Affiliate Programs
  • How They Work
  • Where They Are
  • How to Use

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    Youíve thought it over; your site could certainly benefit from an influx of traffic, and you love the thought of added revenue in your bank account. You know that more traffic often means more money, and you know how hard it is to keep up with popular search engine keywords. Youíve shopped around and found at least one affiliate program you feel like trying out for your own pages. Youíve made the decision; youíre willing to do whatever it takes to make affiliate programs work for your site.

    So, what does it take?

    When you find an amenable affiliate program that strikes a chord with you, one that might fit harmoniously into your site, much of the work is actually already done. If youíve done the legwork of looking, youíve done much of the job. Most of your time will be spent searching out affiliate programs, rather than using them. You sign up with the affiliate program, providing all the necessary information. In most cases, this will include your siteís address, possibly brief information about how many visitors you see and some of your personal details (name, email address, etc.).

    Youíll also have to agree to the programís Terms and Conditions. Look this document over very carefully, and make sure you understand every part of whatís being asked of you and what youíre agreeing to do. If you canít understand the terms, do not sign up. There are too many different programs to choose from for you to pick one that doesnít make sense for you. Itís important to know exactly what youíre getting into before you sign any legal document, even one that seems perfectly harmless because itís online.

    Once you sign up, you can start earning money and/or traffic in a matter of moments. You will provide links to the affiliate, and/or receive links from them to place on your own pages, and just like that, your affiliate program is alive and in place. Remember to check with your program every once in a while, keeping track of how many visitors youíre receiving, revenue youíre earning or revenue you owe the affiliate. After you join, youíre in and ready to reap the rewards of using affiliate programs.

    If it all sounds very simple, thatís because it is. This highly popular form of online marketing is used by many for a few reasons: itís effective, itís easy and it always has the potential to benefit your own personal business goals.


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