I have written a few reviews for affiliate products, in the past and had no success at converting those reviews into commissions. I have submitted them to article directories, and have had great success in driving traffic to those reviews. The reviews did not convert into sales. Is it worth the time to write reviews? Some affiliate policies may make writing reviews, benefit other affiliates if the reader has already clicked on another affiliate link prior to reading your review.
I would like to know if anyone has successfully written a review for an affiliate product and converted well for that review?
Its my fist post on this awesome place. I am working as online marketing manager since 5 years and not use to of automation in my work but from the previous few month I am studying about GSA Search Engine Ranker.
You can't live with and you can't live without it. This is what I have to say about my hourly rate.
I don't need it, in the first place, but my clients obviously do. I mean, every client and project are specific and unique in their own way. The best way is to determine a price from case to case, strictly individually.
Was wondering if any of the seasoned IM'ers had any insight into this. While can't share the niche (a specific niche I am trying something with that has been profitable before, created a new site/getting new signups to it) - I have a list I've been doing some tests with (small list, about 400 people, obtained through PPC ads -> opt-in form).