Join Evgenii "Geno" Prussakov for an in-depth discussion in this video Freedoms and limitations, part of Affiliate Marketing Fundamentals.
…At the outset of this video course, we have…talked about setting the right…expectations of affiliate advertiser relationships.…We are now also aware of the…fundamental concepts and principles that undergird affiliate marketing.…We also know of the most common payment models, or the…end user actions for which we can get compensated as an affiliate.…In this video we will answer three very specific questions…which pertain to your freedoms and limitations as an affiliate.…
How exactly will our payments be handled?…Can I be an affiliate without a website?…May I promote more than one merchant from the same niche?…Let's start with a question related to payments.…How exactly are payments handled?…Affiliates choose the payment threshold, upon…reaching which your payment will be remitted.…Most affiliate networks and in-house affiliate programs either preset…the threshold, or allow you to choose the payment threshold.…And you will also choose the currency in which you will be paid,…and it's not available in all U.S.…
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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