That being said, LinkConnector’s platform looks and feels outdated and is rather clumsily designed. Their dashboard also makes it difficult to find “hot” products or compare conversion rates, leaving affiliates somewhat in the dark about which products to choose. Ironically, despite their low-quality website, they offer some of the best customer service in the affiliate space.
At the end of this post, I would love your honest feedback in the comment section about anything that stands out to you, good or bad. Was it useful? Do you like the format? What other campaigns and specific income items would you like to see me talk about? The goal here is to give you something more useful and tangible that you could more easily learn from, with inspiration and transparency to go along with it.
If you think about it, it makes sense that they should offer you on-going support as an affiliate marketer because every time you sell something they make money too. It is in their interest to help you be good and stay good at it. If a company or marketer does not offer this, you need to ask yourself why. I am not saying that all affiliate marketing opportunities that do not offer on-going support are bad, I am just saying do your due diligence.
Affiliate marketing is an ideal solution for those looking to gain control of their own income by focusing on performance-based revenue options. Working in tandem with a seller, a motivated affiliate marketer will be able to achieve a passive income from the comfort of their home without worrying about producing their own product or service. Although the success of the job does depend on the affiliate’s marketing skills, it can prove to be an effective way to meet your income goals as either a primary career or a profitable second job.
This doesn’t mean you only sell one product. This means you build out a brand by selling varying yet adjacent products. Over time, your consumer network might consider you a go-to for which type of vacuum they should buy. Additionally, some industries pay more than others. Especially if the product is a harder sell, affiliates may get a higher cut than they would for a product in higher demand.
The workings of our scheme are simple. A student visits your website, enrols on a Oxford Learning course through the website link, and the owner of the website is paid a percentage of the enrolment fee. That’s how easy it is! Oxford Learning takes care of all of the customer services, tracking of course materials and enrolments generated by your website. All tracking of sales from being an affiliate is done automatically through your own account, managed by a third party, and this service comes at no cost to you.
When there are multiple affiliates involved in one transaction, payment gets much more complicated. Sometimes it’s even possible for affiliates to jump in at the last minute and claim commissions for customers brought in by other affiliates. Successful programs use multi-channel attribution to ensure the affiliates that create the most value get paid the most.
Affiliate marketing overlaps with other Internet marketing methods to some degree, because affiliates often use regular advertising methods. Those methods include organic search engine optimization (SEO), paid search engine marketing (PPC – Pay Per Click), e-mail marketing, content marketing, and (in some sense) display advertising. On the other hand, affiliates sometimes use less orthodox techniques, such as publishing reviews of products or services offered by a partner.