The web became a place where people could find information, news, products, opinions, inspiration, data. Terms like e-commerce, website traffic and banner ads emerged. As the world increasingly decided to spend their time and money online, marketers began inventing ways to leverage this communication channel, and opportunities for website owners to partner began. Content creators conceptualized ways to monetize their sites – ways to get paid for the exposure they could give merchants to their site visitors. Merchants found ways to reach new audiences and pay only when they converted.
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According to HowStuffWorks, “Affiliate programs, also called associate programs, are arrangements in which an online merchant website pays affiliate websites a commission to send it traffic. These affiliate websites post links to the merchant site and are paid according to a particular agreement. This agreement is usually based on the number of people the affiliate sends to the merchant's site or the number of people they send who buy something or perform some other action.
This may have sparked your interest, but it may also sound really complicated. You might be wondering how these magical affiliate links get created or who handles the payouts when an affiliate earns commission. There are companies out there, such as CJ Affiliate by Conversant or LinkConnector, that serve as affiliate networks. The merchant can post their offers in the network (for example: what they are willing to pay per conversion), and that merchant uploads graphic assets and other links that the affiliate can simply embed into their website on sidebars, blog posts, text links, and so on.
4. A clear competitive advantage. Every affiliate network says they have great support, highest payouts, reporting, etc. To get a super affiliate’s attention you need to be clear about what your competitive advantage is. Do you do one niche better than anyone else? Do you have exclusives? Are your landing pages converting really well? Communicate a different competitive advantage from the rest and it will pay dividends.
They sell ‘coaching modules’ along with ‘marketing methods’ to RECRUIT more suckers into their programs. These are NOT real products and certainly not products that can be sold in the retail space like a REAL business. This makes SAN another RECRUITING BASED CASH GIFTING MONEY GAME with a PYRAMID SCHEME on top of it – Just like M.O.B.E./mttb and Digital Altitude which was just shut down by the FTC. Other money games are 8 FIGURE DREAM LIFESTYLE/TiDom, Business Success Alliance, Big Profit System, etc. It’s just a matter of time they too will get the HAMMER from the FTC.
One more innovation that was launched 2,5 months ago is TerraStore. This is our gifts store. For every confirmed order our partner gets a definite amount of t-coins that he can exchange for valuable gifts in the TerraStore. The variety of presents is huge — from Power Banks to a BMW electric car. This means that after just a year of working, apart from your main income, you can get a car! We have chosen an electric car as we know that soon Europe will adopt the laws by which the cars run on diesel oil will not be allowed.
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