Affiliate network without having a website?

by rayan 23 replies
Hi friends,

Anyone knows what are the affiliate networks currently in the market that does not require a website to sign up and get approved? The ones that I know of are clickbank and jvzoo. Amazon associates need to have a website to apply.

Thank you in advanced!
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    Originally Posted by rayan View Post

    Hi friends,

    Anyone knows what are the affiliate networks currently in the market that does not require a website to sign up and get approved? The ones that I know of are clickbank and jvzoo. Amazon associates need to have a website to apply.

    Thank you in advanced!
    You are not going to get very far without at least a basic website.

    You can direct link to affiliate offers but everybody knows that very rarely works. Especially for newbies.

    To do affiliate marketing right you need to be subscribing people to your list before you send them to any affiliate offers. You need somewhere to at least build squeeze pages to host your forms.

    You need to set things up right from the start or you won't have much chance of success.

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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    I'm not sure who convinced you that it would be a good idea to do affiliate marketing without a website, but you should reconsider this. Take the business seriously. No half-a**ing around. Get a website, autoresponder, convert into blog if wanted, get leads & people who want to listen to you, then sell & promote. And look for affiliate programs that allow you to get recurring income each month that the customer stays in the program you're promoting.
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  • Profile picture of the author rayan
    Thank you for your reply, Brent and Randall.

    I would like to clarify that the purpose of this post is not for me to start affiliate marketing without a website. In fact, I am already making a living full-time with affiliate marketing with websites and my email lists.

    I am asking this question so that to compile a list of affiliate networks that do not need to have websites to join, that's all. If you know of any, do contribute, thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    You could try maxbounty.

    I know people that have set up accounts in the past with them and didn't have a site.

    However, I'm not sure if you can still do it today.

    If you are a mailer with a big list and can deliver a bunch of traffic, many will let you sign up without a site because you are just redirecting the traffic to the offers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mapleflyweb
    Yes it is possible but when you create your website then it will another beneficial option like sone pe suhaga. so i suggest you don't think more just go for that.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Henry01
    If you want to promote your services without website then share in forum post, blog comments, create a blog, video etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    It is usually the vendor that sets the requirements. If you already make a full time living from the internet then you should have a substantial list of affiliate networks. My suggestion would be to contact them to get the information you need instead of relying on us strangers


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  • Profile picture of the author Marketing4life
    some site helped you out.
    - CPAlead
    - Clickbank
    - Commission Junction
    - eBay Partner Network
    Good luck
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
    Thread makes absolutely no sense. If you were making a living online with affiliate websites then you would know that trying to do so without a website is silly.

    The forum is not off to a better new year.

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  • Profile picture of the author PPG19
    Why would you not want to have a website if you are getting into affiliate marketing?!?
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  • Profile picture of the author Ivan2b
    So far from what I know is that almost all affiliate networks require a website in order to get sign up and get approved. Maybe exception are those who do their jobs offline but still they will probably give you some different way of sign-up. Website is anyway the best solution in my opinion.
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    • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
      Originally Posted by Kirshana Sykes View Post

      Hey Brent Stangel. It is important to have a website but if you are brand new online you probably won't. A lot of affiliate programs have websites set up for you...Of course, the drawback is everyone using the same site and there is no way to brand yourself. If you are looking for a way to that, not have a website starting out and want to generate an income online without the tech overwhelm..let me know..I have a suggestion for you.

      I built my first site in 2008. I've lost track of how many I've built since then and the number of affiliate products I've sold off them.

      But thanks for your concern and the spam PM you sent me.

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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Brindamour

    Sure you can join a traditional MLM and home & hotel meetings. No website required.


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  • Profile picture of the author Tara Tara
    Rayan, I work in Affiliate marketing Company where you do not necessarily need to have your page to promote. Even it is always ok if you can make a blog or have something, you can place your affiliate link in banners and place them in traffic exchanges, and other places on the internet. At least I do like this in my online business.
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  • Profile picture of the author tritrain
    The only site that I know of, that still exists, is HubPages. You write articles and after you've written a few you can then apply for Amazon Associates (and Google Adsense). If you write well and are a prolific writer you may be able to earn a few hundred a month.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    Hi Rayan ( with an extra "a" ),

    Do not try to do anything online - affiliate marketing, or literally, anything business related - without having a self-hosted website because you instantly lose credibly by not having a site. As you lose credibility, you lose profits.

    Buy your website buddy. Be a serious, smart affiliate marketer.

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  • Profile picture of the author aizaku
    forget that,

    get your self a nice squeeze page with a bite sized lead mag in your niche.

    and aweber

    you dont need an entire blog, thats nice, but its not needed.

    All the best,
    Ike Paz
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  • Profile picture of the author mdnrnaziur
    There are a few CPA networks which god selling products as well. Adword media, CPA grip, CPA lead etc
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex July
    What's the problem with making a website?
    Just purchase a domain name, install Wordpress and a free WP theme, write 5 blog posts - and you've got a website.
    Now you can apply for a partnership.
    In might take a day or so.
    Why limit yourself?

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  • Profile picture of the author extrememan
    The other popular one is Commission Junction. Can't think of other well known ones that don't need a website to promote affiliate network.

    You can create a free wordpress blog, and make it look good to get approved to amazon associates. Worked for me when I first started as an affiliate, then I moved to a self-hosted wordpress blog.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jason Kanigan
    Interesting...5 minute conversation with an affiliate manager at one of the big two and I was approved without having a website in particular ready. Had one with the other for a few years now...also no specific site at time of applying. I guess it's all in what you you sound like you know what you're doing, can you drive qualified leads? Or...?
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  • Profile picture of the author everycloud
    Hi there, I would completely agree with the views already expressed - that to make a success of affiliate marketing you should have a website.

    If you are serious you also need to build an email list which means you need to choose an auto responder (I use GetResponse).

    Then you should create a free product (such as a PDF download or videos) to give away in return for your visitors signing up to your list.

    There is a lot of training around to help you understand the mechanics of how it all works and how to get set up - you don't need to be too tech savvy, it is easy to do with a bit instruction.

    It will be worth your while.
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