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Boost your marketing with third-party affiliate networks




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There is a reality to rumors that you can increase your online sales with third-party affiliate networks sites. Actually, these are essential resources for more serious online affiliate marketer who aims to realize his site's potential revenue to its fullest. Affiliate program networks provide affiliate marketers with products to sell, website content, comprehensive and up to date site statistics, performance tracking and commission-collecting services. They are also the ones who send out monthly payouts to their registered affiliates in form of checks.

For those who are new to web affiliate marketing, every webmaster can join an affiliate program and place banner or text links on their websites in an effort to earn revenue. Their website can be a niche site, a blog, or any type that targets a specific audience. If a visitor clicks the links or banners on the site, they are referred to company's website. Affiliate marketers gain commissions when the visiting user buys an item on the merchant's website or signs up for a service. A commission can run depending on the affiliate program the marketer has signed up: it can be few cents or dollars.

Third-party affiliate program networks are like AffiliateSeeking.com, Commission Junction, LinkShare, Shareasale and ClickBank. You can imagine an affiliate program networks as a mall for an online marketers. There are numbers of companies selling their own products and services under building. Once an affiliate marketer registers in the network, he gains access to high profile and exclusive companies that seek associates in selling their products. Examples of these giant companies are Dell, RadioShack, Apple, among others. You can also choose to sign up with small companies that also offer promising affiliate programs. When the marketer founds the right product and company that matches his site's theme, he start posting the merchant's banners, text links, and online coupons on his website and start making money.

Joining an affiliate network site enables you to control all your registered affiliate links in one location and view your conversion rates with their tracking software and reporting tools. They act like an agent for affiliate marketers - they work on your behalf for a small fraction of your commissions. However, you should expect slightly less commissions than having a direct partnership with a merchant.

The affiliate network sites work in a very professional and timely manner. They send out paychecks every month based on your site's performance. If you want to earn more than what you get by joining affiliate program networks, you can unsubscribe later and find other merchants to establish a direct marketing partnership. However, depending on the merchant, you may probably lose the ease in managing and monitoring the performance of your affiliate site.

If you had a good harvest with your affiliate marketing while joining affiliate networks, you can also optionally expand your business by creating new site that talks about or recommends the hottest items. As you go on with constant efforts to push your business forward, you will find out how lucrative affiliate marketing is and realize that the income can be potentially support a living.



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