Very often our first affiliate site is a passion project, talking about things like pet products or barbecue grills. For myself, once I had a good understanding of how affiliate marketing works I realized that all the ‘experienced’ guys are selling high ticket items and making bank. Selling expensive items is one of the most […]
Affiliate Programs & Niche Research
In this affiliate program tag, you'll find some focus-lists and niche research posts. The focus-lists would include things like high paying programs, recurring affiliate, programs, and special features of topics I thing are important.
In addition, I've got a bunch of niche research posts, which include information about:
- topic trends
- relevant affiliate programs
- top affiliate program pics
- keyword research
- niche site ideas
Take these ideas directly, or use them as a starting point to craft your own unique idea.
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Subscription boxes have become an immensely popular type of service. 18.5 million Americans looked at subscription box sites in the first quarter of 2018 alone. Around 15% of people who shop online have signed up for at least one such box and some may be receiving several. Clearly, the sales potential is massive. The idea […]
Making money with Twitch sounds pretty cool, but can you really earn a living doing it? What are some strategies worth trying? Part 3 of my series of how to make money on Twitch also covers some alternative monetization methods so you can diversify your income. How Much Can You Earn From Twitch? 1. Additional […]
To do well with affiliate marketing, you need to choose good programs; ones that are going to convert well and earn you decent commissions. Relevancy is always key, but even within a group of relevant products, I always aim hardest for the high paying affiliate programs. Usually you might hear the phrase “high ticket”, but […]
Most affiliate programs pay you for the sales that you make and that’s it. These two tier affiliate programs are a little bit different. With them, you’re able to earn from the people you refer, as well as from your own sales. In some cases, you’re earning a set fee per referral. Alternatively, you might […]
If you want to make long-term sustainable income, recurring affiliate programs are an amazing choice – without question. With this type of company, you earn consistent income as long as the customer is signed up. That’s particularly powerful for programs where people remain members for months, if not years. You just have to make that […]
This niche is unique in that it does not follow the standard format that the majority of the niches I have reviewed in this niche research series have followed. The best hosting niche affiliate programs rarely pay a percentage for their commissions but rather a flat dollar amount, which when you add a couple of them together can be a nice wad of green in your wallet.
For instance, one of the affiliate programs I have listed below pays out a maximum of a $300.00 commission for a referral. Imagine if you made two referrals who bought the highest priced hosting solution. That is a $600.00 commission payment coming your way, and from only two referrals.
All of us at some point or another has had to go through the process of getting a car loan for either buying or leasing a vehicle. But did you know that you can make money being an affiliate of companies that supply car loans and other car title loan leads? Nowadays being that it is fairly common to order a vehicle online like most other things, the same holds true for loans.
This niche of makeup is very popular and can be very profitable too. I don’t know any woman that doesn’t use makeup in some capacity. Even if they do not wear all of the eyeshadow or facial foundations, a majority use either lipstick or nail polish on occasion. And let us not forget that some jobs require women and men to wear makeup too!
The niche research for video games is one I have been wanting to do for a while now. I see many people starting video game websites but not all think it through. Like all other broad niches one must break it down and find that unique sub niche and target audience. Just because you like to play video games doesn’t mean you can casually make an effective and profitable website.
I know this guy who used to manage one of the top Nintendo testing departments several years back. He told me once that if a testing job applicant put the answer “I like to play video games” high on a list of questions they had to answer, he wouldn’t hire the person. He said being specific is far more important and the same holds true for a video games niche website.