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If you’re a blogger, an influencer or run a popular Facebook page, affiliate partnerships are one of the easiest ways to make money online. Join an affiliate program and then place revenue-generating links into your content for readers to click.
There are many ways to share affiliate content with users. Some tried and tested methods include publishing guides about retailers or their products, reporting on new product launches, sharing links with your email database, creating deals content for big shopping events and promoting brands to your social media followers.
Whichever strategy you end up using, the key is to include external links to a potential financial transaction. Every time a reader hits that purchase button, you get a cut of the profits. And you can let your community know that they’re helping to support the content you create.
The Fiverr platform connects businesses of all sizes with skilled freelancers, offering digital services in more than 500 categories from digital design to content creation, music editing, animation, photography and many more. That wide range of services should help you find something helpful to promote to your audience and followers. As a Fiverr Affiliate, you earn a commission for any first-time buyer you refer to Fiverr. Fiverr Affiliates has more than 300,000 registered affiliates, which is a testament to its profitability.
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Amazon hosts one of the largest affiliate marketing programs, claiming over 900,000 members worldwide. It allows partners to earn money by recommending products from its marketplace. In addition, you can receive commissions by signing up customers to free trials of qualifying services, such as Amazon Prime.
How it works:
Similar to Amazon Associates, the eBay Partner Network allows you to earn money by driving traffic and sales to the eBay marketplace. Any traffic that results in a sale can earn a commission, meaning you don’t need to direct readers to a specific product to get paid. Your revenue increases with each qualified sale.
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Commission Factory is an affiliate marketing network that allows you to generate revenue through a wide range of brands. Some of the brands that fall under the Commission Factory umbrella include Catch, Bing Lee, lululemon and MyDeal.
There are over 600 retailers on its Factory network, making it easy to promote brands and products that your readers will be interested in. You earn revenue every time one of your readers makes a purchase through a link you shared.
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If Partnerize’s sales data can be believed, it currently pays out over $600 million in annual commissions to affiliate partners. It works with brands like THE ICONIC, Dan Murphy’s, Marley Spoon, Adore Beauty and Appliances Online, making it a good option for retail bloggers.
How to get started:
impact.com specialises in matching brands to your reader’s specific preferences, be it retail, travel, beauty, fitness or financial services. Some of the brands impact.com works with include adidas, Levi’s, HSBC, Lenovo, L’Oréal, goop and StockX.
The service also boasts a Product Marketplace that makes it easy to find products to post about. Simply copy and paste a snippet of HTML code to the link you’re promoting to enable payment tracking.
How to get started:
Awin’s global affiliate marketing network is aimed at publishers of all sizes, making it a good choice for bloggers who are just starting out. In 2020, it was responsible for generating $1.4 billion worth of commissions directly into affiliates’ coffers.
According to Awin, its affiliate partners get paid faster and more consistently than many affiliate networks. This is because commissions are immediately processed regardless of whether there are delays from the advertiser. Available advertisers include Michael Kors, Tripadvisor, AliExpress, The Book Depository, Gymshark, GHD, Etsy and loads more.
How it works:
With 600+ partner brands, CJ (formerly Commission Junction) is one of the world’s largest affiliate marketing networks. It claims to host twice as many top 500 US Internet retailers (IR500 brands) as the nearest competitor, with over $16 billion generated annually. The network’s staff can recommend brands based on your region, distribution model, vertical and business size.
How it works:
In addition to its consumer shopping sites, Rakuten also runs an extensive affiliate network for publishers. Like the other networks mentioned on this list, it allows you to quickly monetise your site’s content by connecting relevant brands and products to your readers. Brand partners include ASOS, Chemist Warehouse, HP, Princess Polly, Forever New, First Choice Liquor and lots more.
How it works:
Affiliate marketing can help you earn money by referring products and services to customers via your blog, website or social media channels. The affiliate site will give you a personalised link to place on your various sites. Every time a sale is made through that link, you earn a small portion of the profit.
You can drive traffic through an email list, social media channel or your own website and earn commissions whenever products or services you link to are sold.
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