As a beginner, should I start off with just 1 Affiliate Site? Or should I do 2 if I have the time?

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Just as the title asks...As a beginner, should I start off with just 1 Affiliate Site? Or should I go with 2 assuming I have the time?
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  • Profile picture of the author Prosper Noah
    Originally Posted by TestTube View Post

    Just as the title asks...As a beginner, should I start off with just 1 Affiliate Site? Or should I go with 2 assuming I have the time?
    You need to start with one first; make mistakes, take correction, succeed.
    When the first affiliate site becomes a success you can plan on creating another; repeat the same stuff done to the first one that made it a success.

    All the best.
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  • Profile picture of the author King Manu
    I recommend starting with one as well, because as a beginner you need to learn the ins and outs of running an affiliate site.

    You don't want to spread your attention towards too much and not learn anything.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    Every site you build will hopefully be better than the one before it. You have to make mistakes and learn from them one site at a time. Plus, it takes a considerable amount of time and effort to get traffic to a site.

    If you start two sites at the same time, you end up with two sites that are half done - half written, half optimized, half linked to, half marketed, half visited ... half their potential.

    Finish one (although no site is truly ever "finished") and move to the next
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by TestTube View Post

    Just as the title asks...As a beginner, should I start off with just 1 Affiliate Site? Or should I go with 2 assuming I have the time?
    Start with one then quickly move onto the second
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  • Profile picture of the author Promise Alpha
    Starting with multiple affiliate network is not a good idea. The only thing to do is to make proper research about the available different affiliate programs, make out time and review each one of them thoroughly.

    Next thing is to think about the type of platform you are using to run the affiliate program. Check if it corresponds with your niche. If it does, you can start with 1 or 2 for a start and as time goes on, you can add more.
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  • Originally Posted by TestTube View Post

    Just as the title asks...As a beginner, should I start off with just 1 Affiliate Site? Or should I go with 2 assuming I have the time?
    Start with 1 first.

    Learn how to make it profitable and drip money out for you.

    Then take what you learned and start the second one so you can make even more money.

    It also depends on what type of affiliate site you're trying to set up.

    If you're building set and forget type affiliate sites, it's easier to set up multiples of them at a time, experimenting along the way, and seeing what works for you.

    If you're doing one of those affiliate sites that you need to keep regularly updated, then it's better to stick with one. Those can take a lot of work to get started.

    The main things you'll be focusing on: getting traffic to your site and monetizing your site.

    Once you've got that down, it's easy to build new sites any time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jennifer Wright
    no.
    first you should start only with one website because if you make any mistake with
    your first website you're not going to repeat that mistake again with you're second one
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