Is This Affiliate Marketing Software the "Killer App" That Will Make Your Internet Advertising Campaigns Hugely Successful?Written by Terry Mansfield
Finding right keywords and phrases that'll turn your Google Adwords and Overture ad campaigns into real moneymakers is a daunting challenge. But now with release of Jeff Alderson's "Ad Word Analyzer 2.0" software, you may just have found "killer app" software that will propel your Google Adwords and Overture advertising to levels of success--and profits--you could only dream about before. At least that's what Jeff is proclaiming. And he's getting some very high-profile folks who agree with him, such as international marketing guru Dr. Joe Vitale, author of huge #1 best-seller "Spiritual Marketing in Action," which is available at http://www.firstworld.biz/external96.html. Dr. Vitale commends Ad Word Analyzer for being "a great tool for affiliate marketers or anyone who advertises on Google or Overture."
So why does Ad Word Analyzer creator Jeff Alderson--an incredibly successful Internet marketer in his own right through his company Xybercode, Inc.--think his software tool is so special? Naturally proud of his creation, and not shy about singing its praises, Jeff says Ad Word Analyzer is "a new way to find hidden gold online" because it "helps you instantly uncover targeted keywords with high search volume and very little competition." And as many of us Internet marketers can attest to, this is a combination quite difficult for us to find, especially on our own. But it's a combination that's essential if we're to achieve success with our Internet marketing, including and especially affiliate marketing.
And while Pay-Per-Click marketing through Google or Overture or similar PPC advertising venues dangles prospect of reaching millions of potential customers quickly and in a very targeted manner, achieving success via PPC advertising is definitely easier said than done. And that, asserts Jeff Alderson, is where his "Adwords Analyzer" software tool makes all difference in world between success and failure because it "uncovers niche markets that you can easily dominate" by driving huge amounts of targeted traffic to your website(s). And to help you get most out of using his software, Jeff provides a 31-page PDF e-book that features "powerful tricks of trade for using Ad Word Analyzer to dominate pay-per-clicks and achieve high search engine rankings."
Many of us have suffered through far too many bouts of Internet marketing frustration (and more often than we'd like to admit, outright failure). Thus we are longing to make a breakthrough to a much higher level of online success--and profits that come with that kind of success. Because Ad Word Analyzer holds out distinct prospect of helping us achieve Internet advertising success we want and need, it likely warrants serious consideration by anyone who's serious about his or her Internet marketing efforts.
Supremely confident in his software tool's capabilities, Jeff Alderson says that Ad Word Analyzer will let you "discover quick and easy way to drive massive amounts of laser-targeted traffic to your site today." While all this sounds quite intriguing and enticing, and indicates that Ad Word Analyzer might very well help you achieve your online marketing goals, it's best to judge for yourself. You can get further information about Ad Word Analyzer (and read some of rave reviews it's gotten from users) at http://www.firstworld.biz/external86.html By way, Jeff Alderson has become famous in Internet marketing circles and achieved a well-earned reputation for being incredibly creative and prolific at turning out top-notch software tools that are in big demand by Internet marketers and advertisers. In addition to Ad Word Analyzer, his other products include following:
How To Become A Powerful Affiliate Marketer In 10 MinutesWritten by Roy Chan
Tip 1 - What Are Affiliate Programs? Welcome to wide world of affiliate marketing! Affiliate marketing (sometimes called referral marketing) is based business people. So, what is an affiliate and what does he or she do? The affiliate marketer acts as a “middle man” between merchant and consumer, but without adding anything to consumer's cost. Affiliates do not mark up or resell products. Instead, affiliate educates and directs consumer to a product, and he receives a percentage of sale in commission from merchant. The affiliate acts as an independent lead generator for merchant by bringing in new customers. This is a win-win situation for both affiliate and merchant. The affiliate can reap a full-time income marketing a whole suite of products that he does not own. He doesn't pay for product creation, doesn't have to ship anything and doesn't deal with customer service issues or returns. The merchant benefits from influx of new customers, boatloads of cheap traffic and low cost advertising. Merchants get their product and their brand in front of thousands of potential buyers without paying a dime until someone makes a purchase. It is truly a pay for performance arrangement. Tip 2 - Choosing an Affiliate Program Before you begin your venture into affiliate marketing, it is necessary to choose right program for you. There are almost as many programs out there as there are products! When you first start out, it's easy to go overboard signing up to as many programs as possible, but this isn't right way to go about it. First, you need to decide on a area of particular interest to you. What products do you know most about and think you could do best job of selling? Once you identify your specialty, you begin by sorting through available merchants and examine structure of their affiliate programs. Key areas to investigate: 1. When and how do you get paid? Find out whether program pays you weekly, bi-monthly, monthly, etc. Most programs have a minimum payout amount, meaning that you don't receive your commissions until hitting a minimum number of sales for pay period. You'll also want to find out whether programs pays you via check, direct deposit, Pay Pal or any combination of three. With our PushButtonHealthGuide.com, we are linked to clickbank.com, you will be rest assured that you will be paid accordingly twice a month. 2. How much do you make per sale? Remember you'll be investing your own money into advertising and other expenses to promote these programs. Therefore, you should seek programs which reward their affiliates well. You'll also want to seek out high-value products. A fifty to sixty percent commission on a $100 product is very good, but it's not so hot if you're promoting a $15 product. At time of writing, we offer 75% of commission to our affiliate, which is highest by industry standard. 3. Is program managed well? Is this a reputable company? Larger companies usually have “affiliate managers” devoted to maintaining contact with their affiliates. Even if you go with a smaller outfit, they should at least offer clear contact information. You might want to try e-mailing them at their contact address to see how fast they respond to you. Mismanaged programs are, at best, a sign of disorganization and, at worst, could indicate a company in trouble. The last thing you want is to be sitting on a grand worth of hard earned commissions and see merchant go out of business before paying you. Keeping these factors in mind, here are some great places to seek out products you can promote: www.clickbank.com (pushbuttonhealthguide.com uses) www.cj.com www.linkshare.com Commission Junction (CJ) and Linkshare provide affiliate hubs for major brand corporations and mid-sized businesses. Their focus is generally on tangible products and services. Clickbank is leading source online for affiliates of information products like e-books, software and membership sites. Tip 3 - Five Approaches to Affiliate Marketing As a new affiliate, one of first things you'll want to know where and how to promote your affiliate link. Today we'll cover several options and discuss merits of each method. 1. Direct Links via PPC Advertising If you use PPC advertising, you can embed your affiliate to ad and send prospect directly to merchant's site. This is a really lazy to do things, though. You might make a few sales, but it's far better to approach process as outlined in tactic 2. Linking to Your Site via PPC Advertising Place ads for your target keywords and direct prospects to greet them with an invitation to subscribe to your newsletter. Once you've collected a prospect's email address, they are yours to market to on a repeat basis. 3. Build Content Focused Sites This approach aims for long term traffic through search engine optimization. You'll need to publish content related to type of product you're trying to sell. Searchers will be drawn in by informative articles. You're affiliate links will be sprinkled discreetly across site. 4. Advertise in E-Zines This is a good method to use if you can find targeted lists for your product. E-zine ads can be purchased in most cases, and in other cases you can snatch them up for free by bartering with list owner. 5. Purchase text link or banner advertising on high traffic sites. This type of advertising isn't quite as popular as it used to be. It is most effective when you can find high traffic sites for smaller niche subjects. These sites tend to focus heavily on content and run only a handful of ads on site. Space is limited and rates are likely to be at a premium. Tip 4 - Beating Odds This will be a cold, hard dose of truth, but you need to know facts. The majority of people who go into affiliate marketing fail to break even. Some people will earn thousands in this business, while others will struggle to generate even a few hundred in sales per month. Affiliate marketing is very competitive and cut-throat. You've got to stay on your toes to win in this game. While I can't guarantee your success, I can provide you with some fundamental knowledge that just might help you beat odds. Get ready to learn how to play hardball with super affiliates. #1: Never Stop Searching for Profitable Keywords Successful affiliates are never satisfied with status quo. Even if you endured hours sweat producing research to find your target keywords, keep on searching out new ones and adding them to your list.