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Making Money Online With Affiliate Marketing: Where to Start and How to Do It

David Sharpe bio

 

Affiliate marketing is the process of connecting a buyer with a seller. This is something you are able to do even while you sleep. An online retailer will pay you a commission of money based on sales that are made through traffic through their website. Instead of just displaying an ad on your website for the company, you embed a link to the product in your recommendations and content as well. Many online companies that sell clothing or domain services use affiliate marketing programs. 

There are several types of affiliate marketing

Pay Per Click (PPC)- You are able to make money based on the number of clicks. Viewers are directed to an advertisers website through your website from an affiliate link.

Pay Per Sale (PPS)- You are able to make money based on the actual buy completed and then you’re paid a percentage of the sale.

Pay Per Lead (PPL)- You are able to make money when the online visitor gives out their email on the advertiser’s website through your affiliate link.

The basics of affiliate marketing:

Creating a website and choosing your affiliate product to promote- 

There are many options to build a website like Weebly and WordPress. Both allow you to create a customizable professional web page fast and for free. Choosing products to promote is simple and easy, you need to choose products that relate to your website content. A good way to do this is to join an affiliate network. An affiliate network is a business that connects online retailers to affiliate marketers. Then both parties can make money from sales. There are several affiliate networks to choose from. Some popular ones include ShareASale, CJ Affiliate, FlexOffers, and Amazon Associates.

Recommendation through your content- 

You recommend a product, service, or company through your website or email list with an embedded link to the product. Your viewers will click on that. It will take them to the  product page, they will buy the product, and that is how you will get your commission. You have now directed the sale towards the online retailer.

Something important to remember is to make sure they are a popular brand or a well respected company. Digital products and services often have the highest commission rates. They do not require shipping costs or any form of inventory.

Find the right product to advertise-

The quality of the product you are advertising is just as important as the quality of your website and content you are putting out. If a customer finds themself unhappy with the product they purchased, they mind find themself discouraged to visit your site again. They may not take your recommendation for a product into consideration again. Focus on choosing a product that comes from a good, credible company with great customer service. 

Create content that reaches you target audience and generates the affiliate revenue that you need-

The target audience that you are trying to reach are the people who want to buy products but may be having a hard time choosing a product. They want a product that is going to meet their needs and may not be sure if a product is worth the buy. By being the affiliate marketer, you now take on the job of helping your target audience find out which product is right for them. Lead them to the product website so that they can complete their buy and you can earn your commission. This means that the content you are putting out should be using the keywords that your viewers are typing into their google search bar to find the product that they want to buy. Then they will make their purchase. These types of keywords are called investigational intent keywords.

Promoting the products in your content to your target audience-

You’re going to need to find topics that relate to the problems your audience is facing, for example, if you’re trying to gain an affiliate commission from a facial moisturizer brand, you’ll need to talk about how this product can help your audience’s skin. The way you insert your links into your content will also depend on the type of content you are putting out. If you’re doing a product review it would make more sense to focus on the one main product. If you’re making a list of products to help solve your target audience's problem, you could insert more links for a higher chance at gaining sales.

The goal will be to place your links appropriately and strategically in your content. Don’t insert a link if it doesn’t fit into your content. Something to remember is that not everyone out there is going to always read through your whole article or website post. That being said, putting your affiliate links early on in your content is smart. This is an effective way to make sure people will see your links and click on them. 

Turning your viewers into customers-

The traffic coming through your website is important because you can also earn commission from people clicking on links through your content. The revenue you get will depend on the traffic you’re sending over to the product page. Another great way to do this in addition to embedding the links into your content is to create pop up ads. Whether you like the sound of it or not, the pop up ads wouldn’t exist on so many of the websites people visit if they didn’t draw in sales. When it comes to a pop up ad, it’s good to try to target your viewer at just the right time. Typically the best time being right before a viewer is about to leave your website. 

Advance your existing website traffic for more sales revenue-

Figure out what your most viewed content is and focus it for affiliate marketing promotions. Another way to do this is through email marketing. When a viewer clicks on your website for the first time, have a pop up that asks them for their name and email address before continuing to the next page. This way, you have a whole list of customers who you can communicate your content directly to. Your emails about your content will land inside of their inboxes, they will click them, and be taken directly to your website. This is where you are promoting the product. In order to keep your audience interested sending out emails at least once a week is a great way to keep them both updated and thinking about your content. 

Engaging your viewers with live webinars-

Another way to get people hooked and interested on your website and content so that you generate more traffic that will lead to more sales, is live webinars. Allowing your audience to see or hear about the product you are promoting instead of just having them read about it will get them hooked. Promoting your webinar on your social media pages like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram as well as sending out email reminders is the best way to bring your viewers in. Hosting a webinar is an excellent and easy way to stream live to your viewers. By hosting a webinar you are able to present your product’s elements. You can show different ways a product can be used while also talking about it’s pro’s and con’s to help your viewers get the most out of it. Make sure at the end of your webinar you remember to point to your affiliate link to direct them to the product that you just spent the time talking about. 

Don’t be discouraged when first starting out-

One major thing to keep in mind when starting out in affiliate marketing is that patience is your biggest key. In the beginning it’s very typical to start out with slow website traffic and slow commission. Over time your website will have traffic, customers will click your pages, buy a product and you will have money. This doesn't just happen overnight. Don’t expect to generate hundreds of clicks immediately or to be able to quit your job the day after you start. If you are patient enough, you will make money through affiliate marketing. Focus on making that very first sale. As your site grows, your email list will too. Don’t forget to set new goals for yourself and to continue to play around with the different types of ways to gain traffic. 

Affiliate income is not always consistent. Income will be less monthly and more annual from affiliate marketing. A dedicated affiliate can make anywhere between $10,000 to $1,500,000 a year, depending on the amount of effort and dedication you are willing to put into it. Saying it all might seem easy but be patient until you start generating more page traffic. The more work put into it, the faster you will be on your way to earning money while you are asleep in your bed.

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How To Get 19,000 Views Per Video On Youtube For Your Affiliate Marketing Business

David Sharpe bio

Simon Gorges is a full time airline pilot with a Youtube Channel that has 26,000 subscribers. He’s also a client of ours and we recently interviewed him about his affiliate marketing business on our daily show Wake Up Legendary to hear how exactly he does it.

Simon has been filming tutorials, reviews, step by step guides, amongst other types of videos for his Youtube channel Metics Media for two years. “I actually started to look for different ways to make money online when I was studying aviation, I had a lot of free time so I was looking for a way to make some money on the side,” Simon said. He started creating Instagram accounts and building them up to sell them to other people as well as using E-Commerce. This wasn’t stable enough income from him and he found it mentally exhausting. He had to deal with a lot of customer support and a lot of customers had unrealistic expectations.

Simon wanted to do something online for a second income and found his way to Youtube affiliate marketing. His channel that started with a few videos that didn’t even show his face now has 26,000 subscribers. His videos get anywhere between 19,000-20,000 views per video on average. “I realized Youtube is pretty cool because you can teach people and you get very cool feedback because people comment on your videos and you see how you help them,” Simon said. The reason he likes affiliate marketing as much as he does is because he is able to bring in a more stable amount of income and you don’t have to have your own product or customer support. He feels that having a blog or Youtube channel is “crazily passive”.

The aviation industry got hit very hard during Covid and Simon hasn’t been piloting since March. Luckily, his Youtube affiliate business brings him in just about as much money as he normally would make as a pilot. “Especially in this time right now I realize how important it is to have a second income stream or multiple income streams in case something happens. For me it gives me a lot of security and also a way to now spend my free time and increase my online business to kind of grow that on the side,” Simon said. He first kept building his Youtube channel until he had a couple hundred subscribers. Those couple hundred soon turned to a couple thousand.

Some of the videos that Simon first uploaded to his channel still occasionally bring him money. He tries to make sure his videos will still be relevant in a few months or even a few years when he makes them so that they will still gain views. “I see (Youtube) as you being a teacher that is teaching 24/7, but you don’t physically have to be there, and if you combine that with affiliate marketing you can make a good amount of money,” Simon said. However, his videos didn’t build traction and get views right away.

When Youtube recognizes that a video a channel uploads is a video that people are searching for often, they rank the video according to the keywords mentioned in the title and description. The more his videos showed up in a search, the more views they started to get. He said that every week a couple hundred people would be searching for the same keywords he was using in his videos. They would find his videos, click on them, and find the result they were looking for. “You can’t go in with expectations that your videos will get tons of views from the beginning. What I think is very important (is that) you, from the beginning, have a strategy that is working for your niche or your Youtube channel,” Simon said. For most niches the best strategy is to do keyword research and try and find long tail keywords people are searching for. 

Long tailed keywords are more than just one word, and more like a question or phrase that people are searching for. Simon’s strategy is to find keywords that aren’t as competitive. These keywords are the ones that don’t have as many good videos linked to them. When coming up with ideas for videos and doing his keyword research,  he says to think about what the person will be typing into the Youtube search bar.  Then it becomes his job to create that video.

When uploading videos to a channel, Youtube will test the videos, put them on the search engine, and once those videos have received a certain amount of views Youtube then determines where the videos will be ranked during a keyword search. “You have to trust youtube to be able to do that and give youtube time to gather the data to be able to rank your video and to show the video to the people that are looking for it,” Simon said. This takes time and if a channel doesn’t have any videos on it, it takes time for the channel to grow and get subscribers. 

Simon says that it’s important to really focus on targeting the right keywords so that his channel can deliver what people are looking for. “What I would think is the most important thing is don’t create one video a day. If you can create one quality video a day, okay, but the thing is you have to do a better video than your competition,” Simon said. It’s better to have one video that does very well compared to 10 videos that don’t gain any views. It’s all about quality over quantity. 

On Simon’s Youtube channel he has a total of 47 videos, which averages out to him uploading about 2 videos a month. Simon says that buying a good camera first is not the most important part of the video making process. Viewers have a problem they are looking to solve by viewing a video, and that having fancy gear isn’t necessary in doing that. The more important part of creating Youtube videos is the content being put out. Avoiding rambling and getting to the point as quickly as possible is major because the viewer wants to know the end result and what exactly is going to be covered in a video.

When creating a video, Simon advises that the things to remember are to have a good title, have the main keyword in the title, and that the thumbnail should have the same words as the title. Have a high quality thumbnail for the video that is not only colorful but also stands out to the viewer. Look for what videos are performing well and get inspiration from those videos. According to Simon, engagement is important. Ask for likes and comments. Give people a reason to comment on your video. The more likes and comments on a video, the more it will come up in a search.

It is important to put a call to action at the end of a video. “At the beginning of the video it’s important to get right to the point and suck them in to let them know that what they were looking for they can find in your video,” Simon said. Attention spans are so short that if every video started off spending thirty seconds to a minute to get to the point, viewers will be lost in the first minute. Youtube will see that and track how many people actually watch the video the entire way through and that’s how Youtube will base the ranking on a video. If viewers are clicking out a video in the first minute, Youtube won’t show it first.

When filming, Simon stays on track by scripting his videos. “I try to not make it too robotic but I want to script my sentences  so that I don’t veer off and ramble on,” Simon said. Simon says that he has a lot more respect for actors because of the difficulty of scripting a video, but even actors have bloopers. The important part is to be authentic and sound natural. Viewers knowing that they are watching real people is important to them because there are so many scams nowadays, people find themselves skeptical. “Any natural stuff that happens is funner than when people try to be funny, Simon said.” Everybody needs to think of themselves as a media or advertising firm. If someone is insecure about filming themselves, a great way to accept themself is to do a few live streams until they are more comfortable filming. In an industry where people want to get results out of videos, people need to create high quality, authentic videos.

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5 Steps To Becoming An Affiliate Marketer Using Youtube

Do you work a full time job but feel like it just isn’t enough for you to be making money successfully? If you answered yes to that question, stick around. In this guide you’re going to learn the five easy steps to becoming a successful affiliate marketer on Youtube. 

 

By including affiliate links to products in the description of your Youtube channel and reviewing the products linked, you are able to make money. This is done when someone makes a purchase using your affiliate link. You then receive a small commission for the sale. 

 

Step 1- Choose the product you want to review

When selecting a product to review you want to make sure it is a product that you would recommend to a buyer. Your audience needs to not only believe you love the product, but also believe that this product is something that you actually use. A good way to do this is to focus on something you love. For example, a lot of Youtube channels exist for makeup tutorials. The person leading the tutorial will not only show themselves using the product in the video, but also spend time talking about the product and why they love it. When you scroll to the bottom of the video, you’ll find a list of the products they used and a link to buy them. These are the affiliate links.

 

 You need to find something you are passionate about to talk about. Someone who is passionate about reading books may review books with an affiliate link in the description to the book. Someone who is passionate about cooking may include links to the appliances used in their videos, so on and so forth. Luckily Youtube is a widely used platform for almost any hobby or interest you could think of. There is likely an entire section of Youtube dedicated to whatever your specific topic you want to review. You just have to find the right audience.

 

Get the idea?

 

The audience you are going to be speaking to is on Youtube for one of 4 reasons: to learn more about products they enjoy, to figure out how to DIY something, to choose an item to put their money towards, and to enjoy whatever it is they are viewing. To understand that more, you need to break those down.

 

Viewers who want to learn more about products they enjoy-

Because of the vast amount of videos on Youtube and the ability to find videos on just about anything, most people go to YouTube as a learning source. Not just to research, but just to learn in general about things they like.  It’s almost like a huge online video encyclopedia. 

 

Viewers who want to learn to DIY something

These people are looking for video instructions on how to do or create something. Let’s bring back the makeup example- if someone’s prom night is coming up and they want to learn how to do a smokey eye look, they’d probably go to Youtube and search something simple like “how to do smokey eye” and a list of tutorials would pop up. In this case they’d probably want to know what brands of makeup to use and what specific shades or tools to use. 

 

The viewers who already know they are looking to make a purchase

The people who fit into this category already know they are wanting to put their money towards a product. Now they need to do their research to find out exactly what product they want to purchase. What better way to do so than by watching a variety of videos on what type of product they need to see what best suits their needs. They want to know which product will bring them the most bang for their buck.

 

The people who want to enjoy what they are viewing because they like it

This is the final category of people who are on Youtube. They are simply there just to check out the content that they enjoy watching. Whether that be sports, books, makeup, software, clothing, etc. These people want to know just enjoy the video. If they find themselves interested enough, they may scroll down and click on one of your affiliate links and make a purchase.

 

Step 2- Choose an affiliate program that best suits your content

Once you’ve figured out what type of videos you want to create and what type of products to review, the next step is to choose an affiliate program. There are tons of affiliate programs out there. If you have a company in mind they likely have an affiliate program. The way to find this out would be to simply go to your google search bar and type in the company name with  ‘affiliate program’ and hopefully it will pop up. If not, try to find contact information for the company and send an email to ask if there is an affiliate program for that company.

 

One of the easiest affiliate programs out there to become a part of is Amazon Associates. This is a great way to get started in an affiliate program because all you need to do it is an Amazon account. It is easy to sign up, you just visit the Amazon Associates homepage, build a profile, and from there you choose your products to create your affiliate links. For a more detailed guide on how to do this, visit this guide from Hubspot which will walk you through a detailed step-by-step guide to creating an Amazon Associates account.

 

Step 3- Creating your Youtube channel

Setting up a Youtube channel is simple, fast, and easy. All you need is a Gmail account to get started. Once you’ve created your Gmail account you’re going to want to head to Youtube and click on your profile icon and under that click “Create channel”. Once you do this, select “get started” which will bring up a pop up where you will choose what type of channel you are creating. After this, you will then input information about your channel, such as profile photo, channel description, and media links. Then click save and continue, and now you can upload videos to your channel. 

When creating your Youtube channel there are some things you want to remember as you upload content. Upload a trailer video. This should be a short 2-3 minute video that will play automatically when someone opens your channel. Once you start creating videos it is good to organize them by topic. This way you are able to create sub-themes and shorter videos around each sub-theme and topic. This also helps with navigation on your channel so people can find what they are looking for easier and are more likely to stay on your channel longer. 

 

Title your videos something that is going to draw your viewers to watch it. You could have great content but it won’t matter unless people click on it and view it. Which is why a good title is so important. Another important aspect of this process is your video thumbnail, the cover photo for your video that someone will see before they click on it. Professional content creators create their own thumbnail and then upload them to their video so that they can choose what it will look like when someone views it on Youtube. 

 

When creating videos, instruct your viewers to like, comment, and subscribe to your channel. Once they have subscribed to your channel they will get notifications through Youtube and through email when you’ve uploaded a new video.The likes and comments on your videos help get your content in the search engines. The tags on your videos are another way to help more people be able to find your videos. Don’t just tag the product or category that you are talking about. Also mix in some broader tags to make your videos more likely to show up in a search. 

 

Step 4- Inserting your affiliate links

Once you get affiliate links to the products you want to talk about in your video, you will then make your video and insert the affiliate links into your description. When inserting the links, you should put them in the beginning of your description. If they are the first thing someone sees in your description, they are more likely to click on it. 

 

When putting affiliate links, you can also include links to the type of computer you are using, the type of camera, microphone, etc. If they like the quality of your videos and want to do some Youtube-ing themselves, they just may click on the links to what you use to get their computer and supplies. 

 

When putting your affiliate links in your description, you want to make sure that you tell your audience in your video where to find your links. It is very important that you tell your viewers that the links are in fact affiliate links and that you will get a commission from them if they click on them or purchase the products. This is something especially important because it is a legal requirement.

 

Step 5- Collect your commissions

Collect your commissions from sales and clicks and continue to repeat and practice these things in all of your videos. The more content you upload, the more viewers you will have. It may take a little time at first to get started and get viewers. The more dedication you put forth, the more viewers you will have and the more sales you will get commissions from to collect.

 

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A Guide to SEO: What Is It and Why Is It Important?

David Sharpe bio

According to Forbes, 75 percent of web searchers never look beyond the first page of search results. For the most part, we trust that the websites listed at the top of a Google search are the best of the bunch.

If your company website isn't hitting the top of those search engine results pages, chances are customers aren't finding you either.

With a search engine optimization (SEO) strategy, you can hit the top of a search engine page. That way, people interested in your product or service will find you before anyone else.

We have a lot to cover and this article is more like a full-blown guidebook for you to get tons of free traffic to your site, so let's jump in!

What is SEO?

SEO optimizes your website content, making it easier for people to find you online.

However, it takes know-how and the right strategies to make it work.

According to Internet Live Stats, there were approximately 1,630,322,579 websites as of 2018. To beat out the competition and reach the top of the page, you need results-driven, proven strategies to enhance your SEO.

Here are eight ways you can optimize your company blog for SEO:

1. Optimize for Your Audience

An effective SEO strategy requires a little bit of research, first. Remember, your potential customers are the ones searching for you online. To optimize your website content, your SEO relies on how well you know your customers.

Determine who makes up your target audience and what they're looking for.

Break the data down by demographics such as age, gender, and household income. Then, get really specific by researching your audience's interests.

By creating a buyer's persona, you can determine what your customers are searching. Then, you can use that data to curate content. That way, customers find your content when they search!

2. Keyword Research

Once you know who your customers are and what they want, you'll also know what they're searching for.

Then, you can use tools such as Google Trends and Keyword Planner to check which search terms are most popular.

You can also search for your own product or service on Google to see which articles display at the top of the search page. Those blog posts can tell you which posts and topics are the most popular within your industry.

Once you have a list of keywords to work with, you can start creating content.

Learn more about keyword research and how it can bolster your search engine optimization strategy.

3. Give Links Some Love

It's not enough to just write a blog post using your keywords. To strengthen your SEO, you also need to add links to your content.

To start, add internal links, or links that send readers to content on your website. This will help you improve click-through-rates and encourage people to stay on your website longer.

Google keeps track of your click-through-rate and bounce rate.

Your bounce rate increases when people leave your website without clicking around. By improving your click-through-rate, you can decrease your bounce rate and rank higher on search pages.

External links and guest blogging can also strengthen your SEO. The first, external links, send readers to other websites. These websites can help improve your credibility.

Meanwhile, guest blogging allows you to post on another company's blog. Then, you can link to your own blog so new readers visit your content.

4. Intense Imagery

Your images need optimization, too.

Change the image title, description, and alt text to reflect your keyword. That way, your content is fully SEO optimized, making it easier for readers to find your content.

5. Topic Clusters

Using topic clusters, you can organize numerous blog posts under a single subject header.

That makes it easier for readers to find your content. Using internal linking, you can encourage website visitors to click around and explore posts that are similar to their initial search.

6. Meta Matters

When potential customers search on Google, a small description appears under each webpage. These descriptions give searchers a sneak peek at the content. That way, they can determine whether or not the web page is relevant to their search.

Using metadata, you can write a compelling, interesting description that includes your SEO keyword.

That way, the description appears relevant to searchers—and to Google when it determines your ranking, too.

7. Strengthen Social Media

Posting your website blog posts and content to social media can also improve your SEO.

By sharing your content, you can attract a new audience of readers. The more people who visit your website, the more Google considers your content to be relevant to those searching.

As an added bonus, people share social media content, allowing you to reach an extended audience of potential customers.

8. Make it For Mobile

According to Statista, 52.2 percent of all worldwide website traffic occurred on mobile devices in 2018.

Given this increase in mobile website traffic, Google now determines your SEO ranking based on the mobile version of your website. If your website isn't mobile-optimized, however, you could be missing out on a huge percentage of potential customers.

Optimizing your website for mobile users, on the other hand, makes it easier for searchers to find your company on any device.

Why is SEO Important?

While there are numerous digital marketing strategies to choose from, SEO alone can do a lot of good for your company.

Here are eight benefits of SEO:

1. Build Brand Awareness

Once you reach the top of the search engine results page by using SEO, potential customers will see your company name more often.

This top of the page position sets you apart from other companies on search engine pages. The more often people see your company name, the more they'll come to recognize your company on sight.

With this recognition, you can build brand awareness among potential customers.

That way, when people think about your product or service, they immediately associate it with you.

2. Increases Inbound Traffic

Every click on one of your SEO blog posts leads to your website. This increased website traffic also boosts your SEO, helping you achieve higher rankings on search pages.

With more inbound traffic, you can show potential customers the value of your product or service.

You can also use relevant blog post topics to show these website visitors you know your stuff. That way, they'll return to your website specifically for your trusted expertise.

3. Increases User Experience

Google prioritizes websites that put visitors at the forefront. This means a website that is easy to navigate, immediately offers the relevant information, and loads quickly.

After all, we're a society that's always on the go. We want immediate, easy to find answers to our questions.

With SEO, you can respond to that customer need. By providing website visitors with an easy-to-use website that prioritizes user experience, Google will prioritize you, too.

4. Depends on Data

Using your keyword research and buyer's persona, you can shape an SEO strategy that responds to your unique target audience.

With advancements in technology, industry trends, and changes to Google's algorithms, what matters to your target audience and your SEO changes with time. Using data, you can stay ahead of the competition to target these new interests as soon as you see the shift.

This data helps you adjust your SEO strategy as needed. That way, you can continuously optimize your strategy so it caters to your customers.

5. Brand Credibility & Authority

Once you hit the top of a search page, you can also show customers you're at the top of your industry.

This leading position places your company above the competition. That way, customers see you before anyone else. Since 75 percent of searchers don't look beyond the first page, this position is essential for attracting customers.

This top position also shows searchers you're a credible resource in your industry. As your brand authority increases, customers are more likely to come to you before anyone else.

6. Conquers Competition

Once you start ranking above the competition, you can start attracting their target audience to build your own, too.

If your competition is falling behind with the latest digital marketing trends, SEO is also a great way for you to get ahead. As a result, you can show customers you're at the top of your industry—and build your company so you stay on top, too.

7. Cool for Conversions

With that brand credibility and authority brings an influx of website visitors. Using this SEO guidebook, you can create SEO optimized content that speaks to your customers' needs.

That way, you can optimize your content to encourage readers to convert on the page. Using strong call-to-action language and content that provides them value, you can kick up conversions to grow your business.

8. Ramps up Returns

Unlike print marketing strategies such as flyers and billboards, SEO strategies won't blow your marketing budget. Instead, you can develop a strategy with a strong return on investment that benefits your business for the long term.

A Guide to SEO: Search Engine Optimization Made Easy

Now it's time to put this into action to attract new visitors to your blog, build your audience, and gain more customers!

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