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5. Get a domain name for each product you are selling - There are web hosts that are offering cheap rates for more than one domain name. Do a search and you should be able to find prices as low as $8.00-$9.00 per domain name.
6. In your pay-per-click advertising, buy a number one and a number two position for your product - This will ensure that you are at least at top of search with one of your pay-per-click ad campaigns.
7. From your affiliate page, don’t come on with a hard sell. Leave that for site you direct your visitors to - You want to soft sell your customers once you get them to your site. Make sure to give your customers plenty of benefits. Be specific about benefits and direct customer toward "buy".
There you have it. These are excellent starters to get that affiliate site up and running and pulling in profits.
Remember to ask yourself following questions when deciding on your affiliate product and advertising.
“Exactly who will this product or service appeal to? Who will buy it?”
Try to put yourself in their place. If you think like your buyers do, you’ll be able to set up your mini site to appeal to them and them alone.
To your affiliate success.
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