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Thursday, February 02, 2006


You No Longer Have To Submit Articles
Copyright © Steve Booton

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Tuesday, January 31, 2006


Want To Receive Affiliate Cheques? But How Many?

Copyright © Steve Booton

Affiliate Marketing is by far, one of the easiest ways to make money online. It is a revenue sharing business relationship

between the affiliate who agrees to promote the products or services, and the merchant who offers them.

The affiliate advertises the merchant's products and services and gets a commission for every successful referral. Every

time a customer is referred to the merchant's site, through the affiliate's efforts, and makes a purchase, the affiliate

gets a share of the profit. No payment is due to the affiliate until successful results are realized. Compensation is based

on either number of visits (Pay-per-click), registrant (Pay-per-lead), or commission sales (Pay-per-sale).

Affiliate Marketers can earn a small amount to thousands of dollars with affiliate programs. The opportunity to earn in

affiliate marketing can only be limited by the affiliate's determination, creativity and strategy. It is a brilliant way to

earn online, and you do not have to produce your own product or service to make money. By advertising your merchant's

products aggressively, you get more in return. Profits in affiliate marketing usually start small but can get larger as the

campaign starts to build up steam.

There are many ways that an affiliate marketer can do to maximize their profits. If you ask any affiliate marketer how many

affiliate checks they would want to receive, they will most likely want to get as many as possible. Some affiliate checks

are small, While others are large and can easily reach the thousands and even more. Over time, these affiliate checks may

build up to a really impressive amount. However, making a fortune in affiliate marketing is not instant. You should put in

enough work and effort as well. You have to use your imagination to find more ways to attract more web traffic that can

convert to sales for the merchant and profit for you as well.

How many affiliate checks do you want to receive? Most affiliate marketers will enthusiastically reply that they want to

receive as many affiliate checks as possible. However, is it as easy as it sounds? Does joining many affiliate marketers

guarantee more affiliate checks that really amount to something? The answer is No. Most affiliate marketers assume that

joining multiple affiliate programs is a wise option. Because, it is very easy to join affiliate programs and there is

really nothing to lose, affiliate marketers are tempted to join as many programs they can get their hands on. Thus, they

fail to give their affiliate programs enough attention and work that they ought to receive. The maximum potential of the

affiliate programs are not realized and the resulting income from these programs will almost certainly be disappointing.

The best way to achieve multiple streams of income is to concentrate on one affiliate program first. Choose a product or

service that you can promote passionately. Pick a product in which you have complete trust. The best products and services

to promote are those that you use yourself. Your prospects will be able to sense your sincerity whenever you promote a

product that you have experienced. This will greatly enhance your credibility as well as your product's marketability and

will really encourage your prospective purchaser to buy the product or service.

As soon as your first affiliate program is making a reasonable profit then you can proceed to joining another affiliate

program and repeat the process. "Too much, too soon" is a common pitfall in affiliate marketing. Joining too many affiliate

programs simultaneously in the hopes of having multiple streams of income simply does not work.

Focus first on one affiliate program and work on it so that it makes a good profit. Then, go find another promising program

and give it your best effort. The question should not be how many affiliate checks you want to receive, but how many "high-

paying" affiliate checks can you receive. The answer lies in your determination to succeed and determination to maximize

your earning potential. With the right tools, the right actions, and perseverance you can definitely make a good profit out

of affiliate marketing.

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