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In addition, it is good to have a domain that contains great keywords that surfers will key into search engines. Domains with keywords in them tend to do better in the search engine rankings as well.
b) Do Something Else
Now that you have your own domain, what do you do with it?
Marketing research has shown again and again that having a website that just sells a product doesn't do as well as websites that provide value-added service. Visitors will immediately know that you're trying to get them to buy something, and they'll immediately leave.
Note: Most internet surfers search the internet looking for information, not to buy stuff!
Having said that, you can change the angle of your website by offering information. Create a website to help the visitor by providing information that they want, and then sell the affiliate program or network marketing product on the side.
For example, you can create a website that teaches visitors how to cook Italian dishes; how to prepare Italian salads; how to take care of their utensils.
This will make the visitors more at home and will get them to trust you. Once you have their trust, you can ask them to subscribe to your money-earner, a great program that collects a recipe directory, such as Recipe Swap.
Isn't that easy? The key is to get visitors to trust you by providing them the information they want, then follow up with your affiliate program.
Steven is the webmaster of http://www.onlinebiz-help.com/ - Your Guide To Internet Business. His website provides various resources on affiliate programs and internet marketing advice to help your online business. Check them out!
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