One method of marketing and
promoting ebooks or other products is by setting up your own affiliate program.
Affiliate programs can be a source of revenue. Affiliate
programs work by allowing webmasters to profile or advertise products and,
depending upon the program, the affiliate sites can make a percentage of the
profits or money on a per click basis.
Affiliate programs are the ultimate
in online commercial synergy. They're good for the company and they're
good for the affiliate.
Corey Rudl offers his Insiders
Secrets to Your Marketing Your Business on the Internet course for
$197. Out of this he pays his affiliates $65 plus $20 for subreferrals
(e.g., two levels down). We're an affiliate of this program because we
bought it, read it and believe in it and because the commissions are
outstanding. Marketing guru Ken Evoy also offers several products that we've purchased and believe in. Visit: Make
Your Site Sell.
Some webmaster have based most of
their business model on affiliate revenues. Our friends at Free-N-Cool
are succeeding very well with this business
For webmasters interested in signing
up with affiliate companies, visit:
If you're wanting to set
up your affiliate program, you can visit the following resources: