Warriors, advice needed

by rkahn
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I have good writing skills, but I cannot design or develop a website. I have also run Facebook ads, Google AdWords and Twitter ads.

Questions:

1. Can I earn as an affiliate marketer without website design/development skills?
2. If yes, what specific methods of affiliate marketing are most suitable for me?
3. Is it necessary to have a website to earn as an affiliate marketer?
4. If yes, can I get some pre-designed/pre-themed, standardized solution that doesn't require any major editing barring the content that I will be uploading on the site with the affiliate links.
5. I am in no rush to make money as an affiliate marketer. However, I really want to get started writing content to promote my affiliate links, so in due course of time, my work can pay off and earn me significant substantial income. What models do you recommend for achieving this objective?

Thank in advance for your assistance.
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  • Profile picture of the author trip3980
    Originally Posted by rkahn View Post

    I have good writing skills, but I cannot design or develop a website. I have also run Facebook ads, Google AdWords and Twitter ads.

    Questions:

    1. Can I earn as an affiliate marketer without website design/development skills?
    2. If yes, what specific methods of affiliate marketing are most suitable for me?
    3. Is it necessary to have a website to earn as an affiliate marketer?
    4. If yes, can I get some pre-designed/pre-themed, standardized solution that doesn't require any major editing barring the content that I will be uploading on the site with the affiliate links.
    5. I am in no rush to make money as an affiliate marketer. However, I really want to get started writing content to promote my affiliate links, so in due course of time, my work can pay off and earn me significant substantial income. What models do you recommend for achieving this objective?

    Thank in advance for your assistance.
    Avoid social media. wright blogs that target your target market. IE if you build it they will come. Also look in to press releases. Wix.com is free might look at that. Easy to work with but get your own domain name. Content marketing is king so write and ad images to your post and press releases. On your site you can have an about me page with a list of services you provide. Look up inbound marketing.
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    • Profile picture of the author jonmoss
      As an affiliate marketer you need to understand what your potential customers want to know.

      1. Put yourself in their shoes
      - if you were looking for info, what would you really want to know?
      - make a list of things that come to mind then delete everything off the list that is easy to find out.
      - you want to answer the questions or solve the problems people can't find anywhere else to make your site unique

      2. Check out forums and blogs in your niche
      - which articles or blog posts are most popular
      - see which conversations get the most activity

      3. Use social media
      - visit the major Facebook pages in your niche
      - don't forget You Tube and check which videos have the most views
      - pay attention to the questions people ask

      4. Research Amazon reviews
      - reviews can tell you all sorts of info about why people bought a book or product
      - check out comments made about reviews

      5. Survey your audience
      - create a survey using Get Response to find out what your audience wants to know
      - what are their frustrations or issues within the niche?
      - what's the one thing about your niche you haven't been able to find info about?

      Hope this helps.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ian Jackson
      Originally Posted by trip3980 View Post

      Avoid social media. wright blogs that target your target market. IE if you build it they will come. Also look in to press releases. Wix.com is free might look at that. Easy to work with but get your own domain name. Content marketing is king so write and ad images to your post and press releases. On your site you can have an about me page with a list of services you provide. Look up inbound marketing.


      "Avoid social media"
      Why? That'd be crazy if that's where research shows that the target marget spends all its time... and it takes only seconds of research to show that it does!
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by rkahn View Post

    I have good writing skills, but I cannot design or develop a website. I have also run Facebook ads, Google AdWords and Twitter ads.

    Questions:

    1. Can I earn as an affiliate marketer without website design/development skills?
    2. If yes, what specific methods of affiliate marketing are most suitable for me?
    3. Is it necessary to have a website to earn as an affiliate marketer?
    4. If yes, can I get some pre-designed/pre-themed, standardized solution that doesn't require any major editing barring the content that I will be uploading on the site with the affiliate links.
    5. I am in no rush to make money as an affiliate marketer. However, I really want to get started writing content to promote my affiliate links, so in due course of time, my work can pay off and earn me significant substantial income. What models do you recommend for achieving this objective?

    Thank in advance for your assistance.
    1. it's possible but you should work on learning the basics
    2. Any
    3. You don't need one, but it will greatly increase your changes of success.
    4. Many people use these then modify them
    5. Normally content is very valuable, the more you create the better off you will be
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  • Profile picture of the author fernando avila
    1. Yes it is possible. But would highly suggest to learn how to set up a website.

    2. You can use forum posting and have your affiliate link on your signature to drive traffic to your offer.

    3. Again not necessary but recommended.

    4. Look up some information on youtube on how to use wordpress.

    5. As mentioned above by ChrisBa content is valuable. So the more you have on a specific niche, the better.
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    • Profile picture of the author kilgore
      You say a lot about what you can't do. But you don't say anything at all about what you can do.

      The thing is that you can outsource just about anything, but if you're not bringing something to the table, forget it. Rarely do people make money just out of sheer will, or just because they "take action". Yes, you have to "take action" -- but more than that, you have to offer a product or a service that is better, faster, or cheaper than the competition.

      Can you do that? If so, it doesn't matter if you aren't able to code or design a website. If not, it doesn't matter if you can.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
        Originally Posted by kilgore View Post

        You say a lot about what you can't do. But you don't say anything at all about what you can do.
        Well, not exactly, OP says they have writing skills and have run some ad campaigns.
        Originally Posted by rkahn View Post

        I have good writing skills, but I cannot design or develop a website. I have also run Facebook ads, Google AdWords and Twitter ads.

        Questions:

        1. Can I earn as an affiliate marketer without website design/development skills?
        Yes.
        2. If yes, what specific methods of affiliate marketing are most suitable for me?
        Affiliate marketing has absolutely nothing to do with website design/development skills. Affiliate marketing is all about selling. Getting a site up is all about doing some youtube searches for a day or two to get your site up, but the selling part is going to be all about copy and conversions.
        3. Is it necessary to have a website to earn as an affiliate marketer?
        No, but it helps quite a bit and gives you more control over the people you are funneling to the affiliate offer
        .

        4. If yes, can I get some pre-designed/pre-themed, standardized solution that doesn't require any major editing barring the content that I will be uploading on the site with the affiliate links.
        You can pay someone to do all this for you.
        5. I am in no rush to make money as an affiliate marketer. However, I really want to get started writing content to promote my affiliate links, so in due course of time, my work can pay off and earn me significant substantial income. What models do you recommend for achieving this objective?
        Going to PM you something that can lead you in the right direction.
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        • Profile picture of the author rkahn
          @Jill Carpenter Thanks, appreciate the response as well as the resource you pm'd me
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  • Profile picture of the author jogunn
    Social media can be a great tool for researching your audience. Visit pages that exist within your niche and see what your competitors are doing. You'll be able to run test campaigns and easily track your footing using different copy and keywords to determine what will work best for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author art72
    Being you have 2 of the main ingredients; being able to write, and knowledge of paid ads, learning Wordpress can be acheived in a short period of time. There are several free or inexpensive step-by-step WP tutorials that can get you started.

    As others mentioned, having your own domain, hosting, and website will be of great benefit in the long run, and also setting up web forms and the use of an autoresponder to build lists, generate leads, and follow-up with potential buyers is almost a must to acheive maximum results.

    Also, there are several paid Wordpress themes ( OptimizePress, FlexSqueeze, LeadPages, ClickFunnels, etc...) that offer simple drag and drop landing pages, and easily integrate with most autoresponder services.

    If the learning curve, or the costs of building your own websites/pages seems out of reach momentarily, I've seen some amazing landing page creators selling squeeze pages for $5 - $75 on Fiverr... depending on the upgrades you choose. (One option is often to upload the files to your domain & hosting.

    I took the time to learn th basics in creating web pages, and the use of autoresponders, funny thing being; my weaknesses are paid ads, and social media marketing, lol.

    Good luck.
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    • Profile picture of the author rkahn
      What a brilliant answer! Thanks

      I will definitely look into Fiverr.

      I've been associated with Internet marketing on and off for a good 7 years now. I started off as a writer but in the process, got lucky and was accepted for a number of full-time roles managing social media accounts for clients here in Dubai.

      If you keep that in mind, I don't know much. But just knowing that I've run a few campaigns and managed paid traffic on these sites gives me the comfort level I need to use it for affiliate marketing. With website design and development, it's a bit different. I've always relied on others in this field. Not sure why : )


      Originally Posted by art72 View Post

      Being you have 2 of the main ingredients; being able to write, and knowledge of paid ads, learning Wordpress can be acheived in a short period of time. There are several free or inexpensive step-by-step WP tutorials that can get you started.

      As others mentioned, having your own domain, hosting, and website will be of great benefit in the long run, and also setting up web forms and the use of an autoresponder to build lists, generate leads, and follow-up with potential buyers is almost a must to acheive maximum results.

      Also, there are several paid Wordpress themes ( OptimizePress, FlexSqueeze, LeadPages, ClickFunnels, etc...) that offer simple drag and drop landing pages, and easily integrate with most autoresponder services.

      If the learning curve, or the costs of building your own websites/pages seems out of reach momentarily, I've seen some amazing landing page creators selling squeeze pages for $5 - $75 on Fiverr... depending on the upgrades you choose. (One option is often to upload the files to your domain & hosting.

      I took the time to learn th basics in creating web pages, and the use of autoresponders, funny thing being; my weaknesses are paid ads, and social media marketing, lol.

      Good luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author onegoodman
    1. Yes.

    2. There is so many programs to recommend, my question, what do you want to promote ?

    3. Yes, you don't need a website to make money from affiliate marketing, however, I would highly recommend having one

    4. Yes, but usually not free, you can get started with even free blogs online with free themes.

    5. If you want, you can create free blog, and start writing in a niche that works for you, google offer free blog sites.
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    • Profile picture of the author rkahn
      Thank you for your answer.

      I think you're referring to example.blogspot.com blogs. Don't they offer limited functionality from SEO standpoint? Also, can a blog on Blogspot or any other free blog service generate enough Pagerank and traffic to be able to earn as an affiliate?

      If I were to sign up for Amazon Affiliate program, would this be a good strategy:

      1. Set up a blog on Blogspot.
      2. Do a keyword research by studying niche-related keywords to identify topics that are of interest to the target audience.
      3. If necessary, make a list of competitors to observe their model and gain useful insight from it.
      4. Look at the backlinks of competitor websites to see where they're getting their backlinks from.
      5. Publish the post on Blogspot with the Affiliate links, then submit it to Ezine Articles and other content syndication services. (Any list of services)


      Anything else I need to be doing? Collecting email addresses? Is there an opt-in form for Blogspot blog?




      Originally Posted by onegoodman View Post

      1. Yes.

      2. There is so many programs to recommend, my question, what do you want to promote ?

      3. Yes, you don't need a website to make money from affiliate marketing, however, I would highly recommend having one

      4. Yes, but usually not free, you can get started with even free blogs online with free themes.

      5. If you want, you can create free blog, and start writing in a niche that works for you, google offer free blog sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author FromCook2King
    Uhh, buy a wordpress theme at theme forrest that's integrated with visual composer and BAM you have a fully customized website. It's all drag and drop from there. Or you can just use wix.
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    • Profile picture of the author rkahn
      Very useful words, thank you!

      Aren't Wix sites weak from SEO standpoint? I think the links on the site also suffer. I don't know what it's called, but Wix page links are not 'as optimized' as the ones WordPress generates using permalinks. Apologies if my use of these terms seems misleading or annoying, but I'm just trying to connect the dots of Internet marketing like so many other Warriors.


      Thanks for recommending WordPress theme forest and visual composer. I'll definitely look into that. Really hoping that a visual composer acts as the stepping stone between me and my goals.

      One more thing: you also find these systems/models that many people even sell here on the Warrior marketplace. Is that something you guys recommend I should be doing to earn as an affiliate? If so, can you point to something that you found effective and self-contained in terms of its money-making ability? Self-contained in the sense that it comes with all the solutions you need to start making money as an affiliate, and you just need to start applying those solutions in your niche and doing things like creating content/reviews to promote your products.

      I know certain warriors who are also into the website selling business. Can you buy sites pre-designed for Affiliate use, for instance use with Amazon program by writing product reviews. The sites include all the basics you need. The sites may already have a generic, niche-related domain, and there are many domains to choose from. Is there such a thing?

      Originally Posted by FromCook2King View Post

      Uhh, buy a wordpress theme at theme forrest that's integrated with visual composer and BAM you have a fully customized website. It's all drag and drop from there. Or you can just use wix.
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  • Profile picture of the author time4vps
    As other member said, just buy a nice wordpress theme for your blog at for example themeforest and start filling it. I would also suggest you to install a couple of plugins like All in 1 SEO, Wordfence. Moreover, write seo friendly texts, use htags, photos with alt atributes, catchy headlines and costum links.
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    • Profile picture of the author rkahn
      Thank you, will bear it in mind

      Originally Posted by time4vps View Post

      As other member said, just buy a nice wordpress theme for your blog at for example themeforest and start filling it. I would also suggest you to install a couple of plugins like All in 1 SEO, Wordfence. Moreover, write seo friendly texts, use htags, photos with alt atributes, catchy headlines and costum links.
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  • Profile picture of the author T S Chan
    Originally Posted by rkahn View Post

    I have good writing skills, but I cannot design or develop a website. I have also run Facebook ads, Google AdWords and Twitter ads.

    Questions:

    1. Can I earn as an affiliate marketer without website design/development skills?
    2. If yes, what specific methods of affiliate marketing are most suitable for me?
    3. Is it necessary to have a website to earn as an affiliate marketer?
    4. If yes, can I get some pre-designed/pre-themed, standardized solution that doesn't require any major editing barring the content that I will be uploading on the site with the affiliate links.
    5. I am in no rush to make money as an affiliate marketer. However, I really want to get started writing content to promote my affiliate links, so in due course of time, my work can pay off and earn me significant substantial income. What models do you recommend for achieving this objective?

    Thank in advance for your assistance.
    I recommend you to set up your own website for long term success.

    You can post all your valuable content on your website and build an opt-in list.

    I recommend optimize press, is easy to use and no technical skills.

    Hope it helps
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    • Profile picture of the author rkahn
      Checking out OptimizePress now, thanks

      Originally Posted by T S Chan View Post

      I recommend you to set up your own website for long term success.

      You can post all your valuable content on your website and build an opt-in list.

      I recommend optimize press, is easy to use and no technical skills.

      Hope it helps
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      • Profile picture of the author discrat
        I don't use a Website or Blog for a number of my Niches. And it works fine.

        Of course having a quality blog or website can only help your business.

        But to me in some of these niches it is not worth the trouble for me as I want more time freedom


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        • Profile picture of the author rkahn
          Could you share some of those niches? Just asking to get a better picture

          Also, would marketing in those niches suffice in generating sufficient income in due course of time? Of course, this depends on how I approach that niche and my individual business strategy, but generally asking, if these non-website requiring niches offer just the same kind of money making potential as a niche that generally requires a website.

          Thanks,


          Originally Posted by discrat View Post

          I don't use a Website or Blog for a number of my Niches. And it works fine.

          Of course having a quality blog or website can only help your business.

          But to me in some of these niches it is not worth the trouble for me as I want more time freedom


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  • Profile picture of the author kkll78
    If you have good writing skills and are patient, then yes you can make money as an affiliate. Pick products in your niche and do reviews about them. Find forums in your niche and write good quality content on your posts. Create a fan page with a post linking to the affiliate offers you are promoting, using Facebook advertising. If you are going the free route, do reviews, make youtube videos, do some guest blogging, etc.... The sky is the limit if you take your time and take action... Rome was not built in a day....
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    • Profile picture of the author rkahn
      Hey thanks! That's wonderful advice. I'm thinking of signing up for Amazon affiliate program.

      One thing here, if I stick to the free route initially, are you suggesting that it will suffice if I keep posting good product reviews and other quality and useful content related to my niche to forums where my niche hangs out? So if I were to promote, say electronic cigarettes to Australian audidence, posting useful, niche-related content in forums relating to smoking, quit smoking and e-cigarettes of Australia?

      If I keep submitting good content on these forums, would this strategy alone suffice?

      Don't you need to get traffic to a landing page first? Maybe, collect their email addresses too?

      How do I deal with those aspects of the strategy? Also, would I be allowed to include affiliate links on forums? What about getting my content syndicated on content syndication services, such as EZA? Do I need landing page for content syndication or can I get it done directly for the content I post on forums with links to my affiliate offers.

      Please advise.

      Originally Posted by kkll78 View Post

      If you have good writing skills and are patient, then yes you can make money as an affiliate. Pick products in your niche and do reviews about them. Find forums in your niche and write good quality content on your posts. Create a fan page with a post linking to the affiliate offers you are promoting, using Facebook advertising. If you are going the free route, do reviews, make youtube videos, do some guest blogging, etc.... The sky is the limit if you take your time and take action... Rome was not built in a day....
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  • Profile picture of the author madstan
    After being screwed over by Amazon several times in the past I can't think of a good reason anymore to reapply for their associates program.
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  • Profile picture of the author hagendazz07
    Hey rkahn,

    To answer your questions:
    1-Yes you can earn as an affiliate without having a website
    2- You could use list building and email marketing to communicate with you prospects
    3- It's not necessary but it can be useful.
    4- If you don't know or don't want to build a website you can use free solutions like wordpress.com, blogger, blogpost or wix. They have tons of free themes you can use to customize your website. You can also go in the warrior for hire section of the warriorforum and hire a webdesigner there.
    5- We're now in the information age so content is more valuable than ever IMO, so you could create a free website put you content on it and advertise your blog in your particular niche.

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  • RKahn,

    Originally Posted by rkahn View Post

    Q1. Can I earn as an affiliate marketer without website design/development skills?
    A: Yes. For example, I'm completely blind, so I can't do actual graphics-related optimization, though I know content formatting / posting fundamentals, but that's irrelevant, since I have manpower resources to do these things for me anyway, including graphics-related stuff ...

    Originally Posted by rkahn View Post

    Q2. If yes, what specific methods of affiliate marketing are most suitable for me?
    A: By saying "specific methods of affiliate marketing", I think you're referring to traffic generation and sales conversion optimization? If so, then you could perhaps do well with content marketing, mailing list building and PPC / PPM / PPV / private ad placements/ media buying, since you said you have experience and knowledge in doing these things ...

    Originally Posted by rkahn View Post

    Q3. Is it necessary to have a website to earn as an affiliate marketer?
    A: No, it's not necessary, but perhaps having a website could work better for you than not having one ...

    For example -- I partner up with merchant A that sells product X. I sign up as an affiliate of merchant A so as to promote product X. Merchant A pays us for our onsite content development services at an exclusive discounted monthly contract. The content that we regularly do for merchant A is posted by merchant A on their site. My affiliate links for merchant A's product X are also used in the banners and text links that are also embedded in the onsite content materials that we do for merchant A. When these onsite content materials are posted live (by merchant A) in merchant A's website, we drive traffic to those onsite content materials. We then earn affiliate commissions from the sales that are generated from the traffic that we send to those pages ...

    This is what we do in a few of our affiliate marketing campaigns -- We use the websites of our partner merchants via an agreement that I have with them ...

    In this agreement, my affiliate links (for the products of our partner merchants) are used in banners and text links that are posted with the onsite content that my company does for them at an exclusive discounted price; and

    I also use my company's resources to drive traffic to those onsite content materials in the websites of our partner merchants. so:

    It's a win-win situation for our partner merchants, because they get onsite content at exclusive discounted rates and free traffic generation services from us, which ultimately generates sales for their products (my affiliate products with the partner merchant), and for me, since we earn not just from our monthly content development contracts with our partner merchants, but also from sales that are generated by my affiliate banners in their sites ...

    Originally Posted by rkahn View Post

    Q4. If yes, can I get some pre-designed/pre-themed, standardized solution that doesn't require any major editing barring the content that I will be uploading on the site with the affiliate links.
    A: Yes. You can just buy a premium WordPress theme and hire someone in Upwork.Com or Freelancer.Com to do some design improvements and custom optimizations ...

    Originally Posted by rkahn View Post

    Q5. I am in no rush to make money as an affiliate marketer. However, I really want to get started writing content to promote my affiliate links, so in due course of time, my work can pay off and earn me significant substantial income. What models do you recommend for achieving this objective?
    A: One out of the many good methods out there is for you to find programs offered by call center networks that pay publishers and advertisers like you XX% commissions for each sale they generate from the inbound call traffic that you drive their way; and

    In this arrangement, you'll also get free phone support services from those call center networks for your traffic, which could be your value-added benefits for your traffic ...

    The reason why I'm suggesting this out of the many methods out there is because inbound call traffic sales conversions are MOST OF THE TIME (not always) better in MANY INDUSTRIES and NICHES (not all of course) ...
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    • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
      Originally Posted by rkahn View Post


      I know certain warriors who are also into the website selling business. Can you buy sites pre-designed for Affiliate use, for instance use with Amazon program by writing product reviews. The sites include all the basics you need. The sites may already have a generic, niche-related domain, and there are many domains to choose from. Is there such a thing?
      Yes - you can find sellers of these on this forum.

      Originally Posted by T S Chan View Post

      I recommend you to set up your own website for long term success.
      I recommend you learn this too. It's ok to have a site built for you, but it is better when you can go in and do your own simple edits, which is easier after you've learned to build one.

      Doesn't have to be from the ground up. Can be a blogger blog or a self hosted wordrpress site - but there are tons of tutorials available on both of these.
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  • Profile picture of the author arikakarim1
    Originally Posted by rkahn View Post

    1. Can I earn as an affiliate marketer without website design/development skills?
    Of course, why not?


    Originally Posted by rkahn View Post

    2. If yes, what specific methods of affiliate marketing are most suitable for me?
    You will be able to do everything, if you need any help, you can take help from your friends or, you can hire a freelancer from any freelancing market.


    Originally Posted by rkahn View Post

    3. Is it necessary to have a website to earn as an affiliate marketer?
    yes, if you have a website, your earning will be more & long time than if you have no site.


    Originally Posted by rkahn View Post

    4. If yes, can I get some pre-designed/pre-themed, standardized solution that doesn't require any major editing barring the content that I will be uploading on the site with the affiliate links.
    Why you are in anxiety about the site maintenance? You can learn the basic things by watching youtube videos or, you can take help from any of your friends or, even you can take help from a remote assistant by hiring a freelancer. There is no problem


    Originally Posted by rkahn View Post

    5. I am in no rush to make money as an affiliate marketer. However, I really want to get started writing content to promote my affiliate links, so in due course of time, my work can pay off and earn me significant substantial income. What models do you recommend for achieving this objective
    It is good idea that there is no rush. In the affiliate, you should not do any rush. You need to do work & keep patience. Your earning will be increasing gradually. Thanks a lot.
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