What Affiliate Marketing Programs Accept Newbies?

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Hi, I'm new here (obviously).

I've just started my first campaign in weight loss with my first opt in page. I've been using Clickbank to make affiliate offers to subscribers. The offers with good gravity figures are running low,though, and I'd like other options.

So far, most of the websites I've visited want you to have your own website (which I don't have yet) and/or a lot of experience in internet marketing. I've already been rejected by several, including neverblue.com. I've checked Offer Vault, but you still have to apply individually to companies and they usually want experience.

Anyone know of any sites besides Clickbank that I can go to?

Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Barry Cross
    Hi jobar57 welcome to the forum!

    Well done for getting started on your IM journey. As you are in the weight loss niche then you might want to consider joining MoreNiche.

    They accept newbies & have some great weight loss products to promote. If you so choose they have an affiliate manager who you can work with 1 to 1.

    Cheers
    Barry
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    • Profile picture of the author jobar57
      Thank you!
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      • Profile picture of the author IgniteFeed
        Getting a simple website started is pretty straight forward, and low cost. Most hosting plans have scripted WordPress installs available. This enables you to easily get a site up and running. Look at HostGator which offers very cheap options, although HostGator is not 'industrial strength' it should suffice for your needs. Add a few blog posts, link to some YouTube videos, have your friends visit the site, etc. and you are ready to apply to most any and can say you 'DO' have a site which is ready to monetized.
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      • Profile picture of the author knyght
        If you are open to promoting IM product you should checkout:

        WarriorPlus

        JVZoo

        Both provide some great products
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  • Profile picture of the author cpa9426
    Hi jobar57, I'm new as well. I'm an affiliate of Clickbank and Cpalead but I haven't started aggressively promoting any offers as of yet. I have heard that Peerfly and Maxbounty are a little easier to get accepted into as newbies so I applied to Peerfly, Affiliate, and Clickbooth today. I was denied by Clickbooth but I'm still awaiting answers from the other two.
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    • Profile picture of the author Barry Cross
      Welcome to the forum cpa9246!

      Good luck with your journey.

      Cheers
      Barry
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  • Profile picture of the author paulie123
    IgniteFeed is leading you in the right direction. You need a website! Particularly, if you want inclusion to some of the better affiliate programs. I would set aside some time to construct a wordpress website. YouTube has some very good videos if you want to do-it-yourself or if you want to outsource the task, I would use Fiverr. My two sense.
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  • Profile picture of the author apocalypsejay
    click bank and ebaypartnernetwork are good starts.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joshnano
    Definitely JVZoo! I'm surprised that one has only been mentioned once in this thread.

    It's like the brother of WF in terms of traffic, age and the marketplace.
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  • Profile picture of the author entrepreneurjay
    Jvzoo, Maxbounty, Rapbank.

    With thé cpa affiliate programs you just need to know how to answer there questions correctly and you will have no problem getting accepted.
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  • Profile picture of the author stan farrier
    Hello Jobar57

    Amazon Associates
    Commission Junction
    LinkShare
    ShareASale
    JVZoo
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    Most of these places want you to have your own website because they want you to present their offer on it and they also know that when you follow up with prospects, it increases conversions for you and for the company who owns that product.

    You should have a goal to build your own website. If you are new and find it hard, there are services online that will build the site for you. You can always hire someone to do it through Elance.com or Freelancer.com.

    It is easier then you think.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnnyPlan
    Originally Posted by jobar57 View Post

    Hi, I'm new here (obviously).

    I've just started my first campaign in weight loss with my first opt in page. I've been using Clickbank to make affiliate offers to subscribers. The offers with good gravity figures are running low,though, and I'd like other options.

    So far, most of the websites I've visited want you to have your own website (which I don't have yet) and/or a lot of experience in internet marketing. I've already been rejected by several, including neverblue.com. I've checked Offer Vault, but you still have to apply individually to companies and they usually want experience.

    Anyone know of any sites besides Clickbank that I can go to?

    Thanks.
    Some people here are just using Clickbank to promote for income. I don't really see why you would need more than that, unless you are looking for a distributor of diet or weight loss pills/plans.
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