Join Evgenii "Geno" Prussakov for an in-depth discussion in this video Applying to affiliate programs, part of Affiliate Marketing Fundamentals.
…In this movie, we will discuss seven basic criteria…that affiliate managers look at when evaluating affiliate applications.…And, we'll also tell you what to do if your application was declined.…First of all, list the information about yourself.…Include your full name, and a real company name.…Let's look at an example on eBay Enterprise Affiliate Network.…As you can see under Personal Information, I'm listing my full first name, my…full last name, and my email address,and…also under company information, my company name.…
Second, your website, list a working website.…And, if for some reason, it is password protected, give the…affiliate manager a demo access to see things from the inside.…Number three is categorization or any specifics.…If website categorization, or specifying the…promotional methods is possible, as some networks…allow you to do so, make sure that you take advantage of that feature.…And, that your website is described in accordance to…what it is that you are actually going to be doing.…
Let's look at two examples.…
AuthorEvgenii "Geno" Prussakov
- Understanding core affiliate marketing concepts
- Opening affiliate account(s)
- Selecting and applying to affiliate programs
- Monetizing blogs
- Using affiliate data feeds
- Using coupons and discounts
- Adding email, video, and social marketing to the mix
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Understanding Fundamental Affiliate Marketing Principles
2. Preparing for Affiliate Marketing
3. Rolling Out Your Affiliate Efforts
4. Day-to-Day Work
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