Monday, September 22, 2008

Use ‘Content’ As An Affiliate Marketing Tool

A lot of affiliate marketers want to be able to work just a few hours a week and still make money online. The simplest way to do this? Content! Build a site that is so packed with good content that when a web surfer visits, they’ll want to come back again and again.

So how do you do this and for little, or no, money. There are several resources available. There are a lot of article directories on the Internet, such as ezinearticles, and you can use the content as long as you direct it back to the original article. Free resources are a great way to get your site started.

At some point, you’ll need to start writing original content. And the more original content the better your site will be.

You can check out PLC (Private Label Content) articles. These are not free and require a subscription fee. PLC are articles, e-books and manuals that are free to the subscriber. In general, they can be used any way the subscriber wants with a few restrictions such as not being able to claim copyrights.

PLC articles have the advantage of not having to add a resource box or a link back to the ‘original’ article. Depending upon the niche, a subscriber can expect to see 10 to 40 articles a month.

Another source of excellent content is the affiliate market site you are signed up with. The MoreNiche affiliate program is loaded with guides, tools and pre-written content. It is the easiest way I know of to get an affiliate web site up and running with lots of interesting content.

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