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Once you’ve picked an affiliate marketing program, your journey will start into affiliate marketing. It is up to you how it will go, which direction you will go and where it will lead you. You’ll officially have your dream side hustle, which may one day take you to new heights.
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In the moment when you find an affiliate program that works for you? Awesome — but how to get started earning your first affiliate dollars.
Getting started with affiliate marketing can be done in three steps:
• Choosing an affiliate niche
• Creating your website and content
• Getting traffic to your content
Choose the right niche
Your niche is the thing you talk about on your blog or in your videos. It can be anything from a hobby, to a lifestyle, or to just about any other topic you can think of.
As long as there are people interested in the stuff you want to talk about, you can choose it as an affiliate niche.
Examples of niches include things like:
......• Woodworking, etc.
If you’re not sure what to talk about, here are a few questions to ask yourself:
......• What am I good at?
......• What am I curious about?
......• What do I know a lot about?
......• What do other people tell me: I’m good at or compliment me on?
The overlap in your answers is often a good starting point. For example, I’m good at and curious about entrepreneurship, and people often compliment me on how creative I am at finding ways to make money. So on my own website, I blog about finance and entrepreneurship.
At the same time, have data on the most relevant keywords defining your content like how many people search that keyword per month and how difficult it may be to rank.
If you find a keyword that gets a lot of monthly searches and seems easy to rank for, it may indicate a potentially good niche.
Got some niche ideas that you’re excited and know a lot about? The last main thing to check is their competitiveness.
Creating your website and content
Once you have an idea of a niche, it’s time to create a niche site. This can quickly be done by buying a domain name and website hosting, then linking your website to WordPress to edit the backend.
It may sound a bit complicated, but it’s actually pretty easy.
Once your website is set up, you’ll need to do some basic affiliate keyword research to map out the content you want to create.
When you’re ready to begin writing, we recommend make content that people will want to consume.
Promoting your content
Finally, once your content is created, it’s time to promote that content to start driving traffic (and sales) to your new affiliate site.
There are lots of ways to promote your content—like sharing it on social media, doing email outreach to other bloggers who may find it interesting, or even paid advertising.
However, the best return on your investment (in our opinion) is going to be search engine optimization (SEO).
Ranking on the first page of search engines like Google will ensure you get recurring traffic without constantly reaching out to promote your content or spending money on advertising.
Better yet, SEO pairs perfectly with affiliate marketing because people who are searching for an answer are closer to being ready to buy than people mindlessly browsing social media. The former is actively looking for a solution to a problem.
SEO does take time and effort to learn, but it’s a skill you won’t regret investing in.