Hey‚ I know!
Creating your own product and selling it online may seem too difficult right now. There’s the product to create … the sales page to write … uploads … downloads … customer support …
And‚ selling a bunch of physical products on eBay is just too much like real work. Creating listings … answering stupid questions … boxes and styrofoam chips … lugging parcels to the post office …
But … there is a much easier way.
Affiliate marketing (n): A web-based marketing practice in which a business rewards you for each and every buyer you send to their site.
Basically — as an affliate — you recommend a website to other Internet users … they go to the sales page … and if they buy the product‚ you get a nice fat commission.
Not selling = fat commissions
And‚ those commissions can be quite fat indeed!
With programs handing out 60% … 70% … 80% commissions‚ it’s not long before you have some very sweet daily income.
And … you’re not even selling. Just a few simple recommendations … and let the company’s sales page take care of all the hard work.
But … the question remains: How do you get started? Where do you go? What do you do? Who is offering those juicy 60‚ 70‚ 80% commissions? How can you guarantee your piece of the pie?
An easy-to-follow‚ step-by-step illustrated guide gets you well set on the road to pulling in commissions.
The detailed step-by-step screenshots in “The Newbie Toolkit: How To Get And Promote Your First Affiliate Products” show you exactly how to:
- Set up your affiliate account at an easy-to-use and reliable affiliate network‚ where hot-selling products are regularly paying you 75% commissions.
- Set your account to give you payments when you want them. Get your cheques like clockwork … or only when they’re big enough to shock your stuffy bank manager.
- Find the best products to promote. Easily decode the listing information to decide which products will be best for you … and make you the most money.
- Generate the special link that tracks your promotion and makes sure you get credited with the sales. Be assured of getting paid for every sale and pulling the fattest commission cheques possible.