How To Use Articles To Build Your Affiliate Program

Written by Michael Southon

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To create a zip file using WinZip, just follow these steps:

1. Open WinZip and click on 'File' and 'New Archive'.

2. Inrepparttar 'New Archive' box, choose a folder where you want to save your zip file

3. Choose a name for your zip file and press OK

4. Inrepparttar 102458 'Add' window, browse until you find your 'articles' folder and double-click

5. Click on 'Add with wildcards'

That's it! Your articles zip file has been created.

Offer your articles zip file for free download in as many places as possible:

- onrepparttar 102459 index page of your website - on your affiliates tool kit page - inrepparttar 102460 welcome message for your newsletter - in your email mini course - as a bonus gift to your customers - in your sig file

This technique will not only increase sales of your existing affiliates - it will quickly bring you dozens of new affiliates.

Good luck with your articles!

Michael Southon has been writing for the Internet for over 3 years. He has shown hundreds of webmasters how to use this simple technique to build a successful online business. Free Mini Course: Website:

Using Affiliate Directories to Improve Your Program

Written by Clay Mabbitt

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Affiliate directories will allow you to make side-by-side comparisons of your program with other similar programs. Very good directories will also contain vital stats that are extremely important to affiliates, such as return days. By comparing your profile with that of other programs you can quickly evaluate where your program is most appealing and where other programs are going to lure your potential affiliates away. This process gives yourepparttar necessary information to tweak your program to increase appeal to affiliates and magnifyrepparttar 102457 effectiveness of your recruiting efforts.

Clay Mabbitt writes articles about Internet affiliate and MLM opportunities. Need in-depth reviews of the latest online income programs? Find them at

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