Affiliate programs are one of the easiest ways to make money online, if you know what you’re doing!
First, Find Good Programs that Pay!
First, you have to find good, paying programs with high conversion rates and good commissions. You need to be careful in selecting your programs, because not everyone pays out what is owed. There are cheaters out there, so you need to work with reputable programs that do as they say they will do.
Second, Don’t Just Throw Up a Link on Your Site
Your next step is to realize that you should present your various programs in the form of a review. Tell your prospects the advantages and disadvantages of the products or services offered. Word it so that it’s even handed and fair sounding. Give the benefits but also mention any defects you have noticed.
By presenting a fair and balanced analysis of the product or service, your readers will appreciate this and come to trust you and your site. They will be more likely to buy if they trust you than if you are just trying to hype and sell.
Third, Only Represent Quality
This may sound simple, but you would be surprised how many hyped up products are just junk. And much of this junk is simply a come on to buy more in an upsell. Avoid shoddy, over hyped products and services at all costs! Your reputation is important online, so guard that reputation by only representing the best!
It’s Best if You Have Used the Product Yourself
The best policy is to buy and use the product or service yourself, so that you can give a fair and honest evaluation of it to your readers.
Cloak Your Links!
It is best to cloak your links! You would be surprised how many people will tamper with your affiliate links just to cheat you out of a commission!
I don’t know why some people do this, but it just seems that there are some out there who don’t think that your hard work to bring an important product or service to their attention is worth anything, and begrudge you your commission. They would rather see the company make the money than you, sad to say!
To prevent this, you should use an affiliate link cloaker. What these cloakers do is protect your link through a method of cloaking, so that your affiliate link can’t be tampered with. We have a good one for sale, which you can access by clicking here.
Once you have cloaked your link properly, then it can’t be tampered with and you are off to the races to make your commission off of all of your readers that click on your affiliate link!
Now that we have dispensed with the preliminaries, below you will find links to some of the best programs we have found out there.
Affiliate Programs We Recommend
Evidence Eliminator: This is an excellent program for a high demand product! Click here for full details.
1. Costs only $20 for 6 months for up to five accounts to filter.
Lowest rate is a two year contract.
2. Your regular mail gets sent to spamarrest.com first.
You reprogram your inbox server and outbox server to do this.
(Tools – accounts – properties – servers – incoming mail & outgoing mail – they send you a blurb that tells you exactly what to put in there)
3. Spam arrest separates your mail into the people you have authorized in, as well as real people who get a message back to click on a link one time to be able to send you email, and that mail gets sent to you at your Outlook Express, Microsoft Outlook, or whatever you normally use.
4. The filtered garbage, the automatic spam, gets placed in a file at your spamarrest.com site called “unverified”.
5. HOW TO USE IT – You go to their website and login, then click on “members site” at the top right to get into your member’s area and click on the “unverified” box to look through all your spam quickly. You can select and delete it page (20 emails worth) at a time or there’s a “view all” button where you can view them all and a “select all” and “delete” button where you can take care of all of them in one clean fell swoop. This is fast. If you come across one in the list you want, you just open it and forward it to yourself or “authorize” it and go back to the list to finish the rest.
NOTE 1: If you choose the “view all” link at the top of the page, the screen expands to show you the complete sender’s address and complete subject line which allows you to make a better decision to delete or keep. Be sure to slide the bottom scroll bar to the right a little so the complete address and complete “subject” line of each spam mail fits onto your monitor screen to give you a better chance of finding the ones you want to keep.
NOTE 2: It is possible to modify the number of messages displayed per page from 20 to any other value that you prefer. I use 50. To do this all you have to do is login to your Spam Arrest account and go to the Options—>Webmail page. Here you can set the number of messages that you want displayed in each page of the folders of the webmail interface in the “Messages Per Page” field.
NOTE 3: Sending messages back to yourself. I do a lot of this when I change subject lines so I know what’s in the email and where to file the message. Spam arrest doesn’t allow this as it paves way for spammers to sneak through, UNLESS, you create a sub address that you send to.
Login and go to “senders” and “sub-address”.
6. You can “authorize” any senders that you want always sent to you.
7. You can forward to yourself, without authorizing, any messages you want to look at once but not repetitively just yet. You just have to create the subaddress to do that and make sure you send it to your subaddress.
8. You can permanently “block” any sender you wish.
9. You can input, as authorized ,all the email addy’s from your current address book you wish to regularly receive emails from.
It’s simple, it’s fast, and it works very, very well!
If you try this system, you will never be without it again. Trust me.
The bulk mail spam senders are working overtime today. I opened my spamarrest this morning to find over 800 spam mails already there and I had cleaned it out at 1am last night when I went to bed. I would never be without this system again. I am now getting over 2000 spams a day. And this system gets them all unless it is sent by a real person who has to authorize a verification email to get to you.