Secretly Review: Imagine making 250+ per day with just 20 minutes of “work” a day

We’ve all heard of the Secretly Review methods marketers use to drive traffic to their sites. There’s the good old advertising strategy with Google Ads or YouTube Ads and the more trendy method of using social media platforms like Twitter or Facebook. While these are the more commonly known ways of reaching an audience, there are some more discrete traffic sources as well. Here are some you should consider trying.

1. Build an online community

One way to start getting very consistent traffic is to build your very own online community. This is done by setting up a forum where like-minded individuals can join and participate in discussing whatever topic you’ve built your forum around. It could be about fixing community problems or smiling at cute animals or discussing digital marketing challenges. The point is, find something you think will resonate and corral your potential customer base and use that as the focal point of your forum.

Once they become regular contributors, you can convert them with ease. Just make sure the discussion point of your community is related enough to your business that it actually attracts the right kind of people who will likely be interested in what you have to sell. For instance, if you’re in the resume writing service industry, a community built around offering resume help hits the target audience right on the mark.

2. Guest Blogging

This is a killer strategy because not only does it drive traffic to your site, it also helps with your SEO efforts, which means you’re killing two birds with one stone here. An important thing when applying this strategy though is to make sure you are targeting blogs that will give you an actual link to your site. Depending on what blogging platform you’re guest posting it, the editors will have their own rules of when to link out. Make sure the platform you guest post in allows for at least an author bio where you can link your site. If you’re merely allowed to mention your company, no one’s going to bother actually searching you up on Google to find your webpage. Here’s an example of one that a fellow coworker of mine wrote related to WP AmazeReview Review.

3. Press Coverage

Instead of promoting yourself with guest blogging, get others to promote you instead. What about your company is unique? How has it changed the industry? Once you’ve discovered your company’s newsworthy story, you can ask for media inquiries on popular news sites and blogs. There’s usually an email address you can find on their website that’ll let you do this.

Another great perk to getting covered on the press is that it makes your business more reputable in the eyes of your potential customers. A neat thing to do is create a press page on your site that mentions all the publications you’ve been covered in. That way, visitors who see this will really know that your business is the real deal.

4. Affiliate Marketing

Instead of doing all the work yourself, let some people help you out! Affiliate marketing, when done right, is always a win-win situation. Your affiliates get their fair share of the purchase and you get yours. A bit of the negative side of affiliate marketing relates to its startup costs. The upfront fees to affiliate marketing can be very burdensome, especially if you’re just trying it out for starters to see if it’s something that can work for you. Not to mention it can be quite disingenuous to suddenly close your affiliate program and leave your affiliates high and dry.

Of course, with more risk comes more award as well. Affiliate marketing takes your business to a whole new level as opposed to something like guest blogging. Not only is the source of your traffic likely to be a high converting one (assuming your affiliates know what they’re doing!), but the amount of traffic that this can produce can be astronomical.

5. Email Marketing

As old and uncool as it may be, it’s still a very viable source of traffic. Email marketing is a powerful tool, and perhaps the biggest upside of it is that it’s really, really cheap. Traffic options like this is great cause the consequence of a failed email campaign is abysmal compared to other things like affiliate marketing. Keep one thing in mind though. Don’t annoy your email recipients with constant spam. No one likes that!

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In this Canvas Conversion Kit Review you are going to learn 3 of 21 Top Things someone should know in order to be successful in Affiliate Marketing Part 2 …

How To Be Successful #WealthyAffiliate And #HowToMakeMoneyOnline Part1

October 4, 2015

You probably already know that I have been a bit of Napoleon Hill : -))) – I have interviewed Top Affiliate Marketing Experts who provided really up to date best information how to crash it in affiliate marketing and I asked them this specific question – What do you need to do to be successful? – and you know there is no a single road to susses and although many of their replies were repeated- there were also some unique and I have got them together into 21 unique answers.
So together with my experience I decided to roll them all in series of videos and share them all for you. Listen….! If these 17 ladies and gentlemen reached their success using these strategies, mastering these skills, I am going to tell you about , than you also can be successful if you will learn apply and master these skills.
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Which Affiliate Program To Choose?

Our article today is concerned with an age-old problem when setting up in the Internet marketing affiliate business. So many affiliate sites to choose from, so many platforms and just so many questions that need to be answered before you commit.

These are just some of the queries that people raise; this list is just a sample to give you some idea of what is involved.

Which platform provider do I use, ClickBank, JVZoo etc.?
How much will it cost to join and set up my account?
How will I get paid my commissions?
Who will pay my commissions?
How often will I get paid?
What is the minimum percentage commission payment?
Will I have to buy the product first?
Is it a one tier or two tier program?
How do I track my sales and commissions?
What does all the affiliate terminology mean?
As you can see this is just a small selection and we will try to answer most of them as best we can. If there is one good piece of advice to be offered at this time it would be to go online and purchase some good affiliate eBook primers. There are many available online, just Google and appropriate term and you will be provided with a big list of available material.

Now we will try to answer some of the above basic questions raised.

Which platform provider do I use, ClickBank, JVZoo etc.?

There are many online affiliate marketing providers and the final choice is for you to make. However it has to be said the main players such as ClickBank, JVZoo and the like, provide a complete service and have reputations second to none.

How much will it cost to join and set up my account?

Virtually all of the main affiliate program providers are free to join and unless you have a specific reason for making a payment then there should be no reason why you have to hand over your hard-earned money to a provider.

How will I get paid my commissions?

There is no specific answer to this except to say that if you sign up with one of the main providers then they will provide all of the necessary information in their terms and conditions. If you choose a program provider that does not clearly provide this information then do take care, there are some very unscrupulous people out there; you have been warned.

Who will pay my commissions? How often will I get paid? What is the minimum percentage commission payment?

These three queries are once again usually covered in the program provider’s terms and conditions.

Will I have to buy the product first?

No, it’s not necessary to buy the product first but if you are serious about selling affiliate products then you should make every effort to familiarize yourself with the product and this will often mean buying the product.

As a side note, many sellers will provide you with a free copy or at the very least a free sample of their product. This would only apply to reasonable value digital products or small disposable type physical products. You won’t be getting a 63 inch LED television as a freebie.

Is it a one tier or two tier program? How do I track my sales and commissions? What does all the affiliate terminology mean?

These last three, along with numerous other technical queries e.g. “hits per ratio, what does it mean? – does the vendor pay for hits and impressions? – who supplies support?” All of these queries can be answered by utilizing the available online resources and doing your due diligence prior to becoming a full-time affiliate marketer. This doesn’t mean you have to do all of this before you start your affiliate business but do make sure it is an ongoing regular practice.

The online rules of affiliate marketing are constantly evolving, which is one the things that makes it such an exciting business. It’s your sole responsibility to keep yourself informed and up to date with all of the changes.

This is just a sample of questions you may want to ask before jumping into an affiliate marketing business. Don’t be afraid to contact the affiliate program provider and ask pertinent questions. All of the top tier programs have 24/7 support desks and are happy to answer your concerns, after all your business is good for their business.