How To Avoid Affiliate Marketing Scams

Avoiding Affiliate Marketing Scams

If you are an affiliate marketer please pay attention to this post.

Avoiding affiliate marketing scams can be simple IF you know what to look out for.

Below you will find 3 simple and helpful tips to avoiding affiliate marketing scams and to ensure that you won’t end up in the red.

3 Simple & Helpful Tips For Avoiding Affiliate Marketing Scams

#1 – Have Realistic Expectations.

While it is possible to earn a boatload of money by setting up affiliate marketing websites, don’t expect to be bringing in $10,000 a month right off the bat.

Every product sells in a different way, and finding that perfect niche takes time.

Also, experience is very important in the world of affiliate marketing and the more you have, the better you’ll do.

Be patient, stick with it and you’ll see your profits rise with your experience level.

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#2 – Know How To Advertise.

Paying to advertise your affiliate website is a great idea, but only if you’re making more money then you’re spending, and that isn’t always as easy said then done.

Google has an affordable and easy way to advertise through their Adwords program. You’ve seen these ads on Google, they are usually at the very top and on the right-hand side of every single search that is done. Google performs hundreds of thousands of web searches every second, so the chances of a search that would trigger your set of key words is pretty high. Just remember that for each time your ad appears, Google will charge you a fee.

Another awesome place to do paid advertising is with Facebook ads and once you learn how to advertise and market on FB so your ads get seen by the right people then you will be able to make money on autopilot….not sure how?   CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT.

Of course, you can learn how to advertise for FREE on social media as well 🙂

#3 – Make Sure Your Affiliate Partner Is Trustworthy.

If you’re just starting out in the world of affiliate marketing, it would be a good idea to do your research and to be very careful on who you partner with.

Why?

Unfortunately, since affiliate marketing has become so profitable over the years, there are some less trustworthy sites online that might not deal with you in a not so honest way and try to scam you.

Until you learn the ropes of affiliate marketing, it would be wise to go with a proven system that you know will pay out and treat you with respect.

Here are 2 Proven Affiliate Programs I Highly Recommend:

Power Affiliate Club – PAC

If you are a blogger and looking for an awesome community of other bloggers who will help and support you with your blog, then PAC is the place you want to be.
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Invisible Empire

If you are looking for a simple, easy to follow, gamified experience to affiliate marketing, with a community of awesome marketers (some are 6-7 figure earners) that will help teach you how to have success with affiliate marketing and get better and better at your own marketing, then Invisible Empire is the one to check out. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE

 

 

If you’re an experienced affiliate marketer, you know most of the tricks of the trade, but if you are new to the game, my advice to you would be to stick with a proven system that works (like the 2 I mentioned above) and that will treat you with respect as you are learning and finding success with affiliate marketing online.

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To Your Success,
Joan Harrington

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