You’re dead wrong if you think you know anything about being an affiliate. Everything you’ve been taught is simply out of date. If you play by the old rules, you will lose this game.
You’ve probably heard how easy it is to start an affiliate business. Well, that’s true . . . to a point It is the easiest business you can possibly start. But “easier” doesn’t mean “easy”.
The cold hard truth
To top it off you’ve been given false information. The first thing you’re taught is to pick some great products. Next to look for easy keywords to target. Then to use these keywords to buy ads promoting the product. And finally get a fat check for all the sales. But this just won’t work!
This method worked a couple years ago. But keywords are too expensive now. So, throw it all away.
A better way
There is a light at the end of the tunnel. Follow this method and win again…
- Do CPA marketing instead of product promotion
- Utilize demographics data
- Market on display networks
Do CPA marketing instead of product promotion
CPA stands for Cost Per Action. It’s so much easier than promoting products. Because it doesn’t involve payment. You get paid when they take an “action”. Such as filling in a form. And getting them to do this is so much easier.
Utilize demographics data
You’re not even going to use keywords (explained below.) But demographics are highly important. First, select the CPA offer you want to promote. Next, you go to Quantcast.com. And discover the exact demographics of your ideal prospect.
Market on display networks
So far, you’ve got your CPA offer and your target demographics. You can target these exact demographics on display networks. And let images do the work. And there was no keyword research required. Plus you’re going to save a ton of money. Keyword ads are expensive, but image ads are still cheap.
Summing it up
This is truly a quick cash concept. Because it’s free to get started in CPA. Image ads are cheap. Display networks let you do demographics targeting. And getting them to take an action is much easier than making a sale.