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The Secrets for Creating The Ultimate Affiliate Marketing Website

The cool thing about internet marketing is that it is a cinch to sign up for the top affiliate marketing programs. However, the skill that is required to promote products via affiliate market...

The cool thing about internet marketing is that it is a cinch to sign up for the top affiliate marketing programs. However, the skill that is required to promote products via affiliate marketing frequently eludes people. The goal of this article is to show you how to create the perfect affiliate marketing website that promotes your product to buy the product in the most persuasive way possible. The first thing you need on your affiliate marketing website is a compelling headline. This is the first thing that people will see when they land on your website, and you literally want your headline to stop them dead in their tracks and encourage them to keep reading your affiliate marketing website. Writing a headline for your affiliate marketing website is beyond the scope of this article, but for great examples of headlines, study the works of copywriters John Carlton, Michel Fortin, Kevin Hill, Dan Kennedy, and Gary Halbert. They are the best copywriters on the planet and know how to write attention grabbing headlines. Search for their works online and use their examples to create your own attention-grabbing headline you can place on your affiliate marketing website. The next thing you need to do for your affiliate marketing website is maintain your prospect’s interest. This is done by agitating the problem they are trying to solve or tell a compelling story to which your prospect can relate. The only way you can maintain attention of your prospect on your affiliate marketing website is to study their wants and desires. If you don’t do basic research on your prospect, your affiliate marketing website will just collect digital dust on the internet. How long does your affiliate marketing website have to be? There is not set rule. One famous copywriter one said an affiliate marketing website should be like a woman’s skirt: short enough to be interesting, but long enough to cover everything. Imagine selling your affiliate product to your best friend—what words would you use? This will give you an idea on how long the copy of your affiliate marketing website should be. Should you put graphics on your affiliate marketing website? Good question. In some niches, graphics increase response, and in others, it decreases. Look at what other affiliate marketing websites look like in your niche and see what graphics they use. Finally, you need to have a strong call to action on your affiliate marketing website. What do you want the prospect to do? Obviously, you want the prospect to go from your affiliate embarking website to the “money page” where the actual product is sold so you can get a commission. It is a sad truth that most affiliates don’t make enough affiliate commissions to pay the monthly utilities bill. With these basic hints of how to build a converting affiliate marketing website, you’ll be way ahead of your competition. To discover how to create converting affiliate marketing websites from one of affiliate marketing mastersBusiness Management Articles, go get this free video.

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About the Author: Russell Brunson has been a successful internet marketer over the last 4 years, he is actively helping other people to achieve their goals online. For more information go to Internet Marketing also located http://www.DotComSecrets.com



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