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Making money online with affiliate marketing always looks easy at first glance. However, it’s only easy once you learn the proper tools to ensure success. What follows are some basic methods and techniques to jump-start your income online.

A) First Steps To Be Taken

The basic premise of affiliate marketing is to make money promoting someone else’s product.

The most popular place to select an affiliate product from is Clickbank. There are thousands of different products ranging anywhere from nutritional supplements to search engine optimization e-books. All you need to do is register there for an account and then create your affiliate link for each product you select.

How do you when an affiliate product is worth it?

Make sure the commission you receive is at least 50% of what the selling price is. Also, you want to get paid at least $30 per sale, otherwise you won’t be making money online with affiliate marketing – your profit margins will be too small to continue your business.

B) What To Do Next?

After you’ve found a product that you think has value, make sure there is a demand for products of that type online. How do you do this? First you must think as a consumer, NOT a seller.

What kinds of keywords will your customer be using to search for the type of product you’re promoting?

How much will the customer be willing to spend?

Can your product help the potential customer?

Making money online with affiliate marketing becomes much easier if you ask yourself these types of questions first, before you start your promotion. It is imperative that you attempt to predict the mindset of the person you’re selling to so you can make sure you are putting the product in front of the right person. This will get you into profit more quickly.

C) Some Marketing Tips…

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One way of promoting your affiliate product is by giving them a short review on the usability, effectiveness of a product and your personal thought and reflection about it. Review attracts prospective buyers to go through it in order to gain more information about a product before deciding to buy it or not.

A well written review might not be enough to convince your potential buyers if they notice your affiliate id in the product’s link. For the sake of clarity, let’s take a look at the following
example (try to hover at both links and see what appear at status bar):

1. Product 1 review
2. Product 1 review

Both links are pointing to the same page but the second link will do better work in convincing your potential buyers to buy the product as compared to the first link as it does not display your affiliate id.

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