If you have been involved in the Internet marketing world for any length of time, chances are you would have heard of, or even had a stab at affiliate marketing. Created by the founder of Amazon, affiliate marketing is a concept that has taken the internet by storm and undoubtedly created much wealth for dedicated affiliate marketers. The idea is a remarkably simple one, involving webmasters promoting a special version of the webmaster’s website URL in which the affiliate’s ID has been imbedded.
If a sale is made or a lead generated, through the affiliate’s special link, the site owner then shares the proceeds of that sale with the affiliate as previously agreed. Affiliate programs are offered for all types of products and services, but it is with digitally downloadable information products such as e-books that the idea has really come into its own.
For those with little capital, looking at the possibility of entering the potentially lucrative world of internet marketing, signing up as an affiliate is an obvious place to begin. Low start up costs, not having to spend time and resources developing their own products or having to deal with customers afterwards, all combine to make affiliate marketing the simplest way to get started making money online.
Make no mistake; fortunes have indeed been made through affiliate marketing. For the webmaster also, affiliate marketing has obvious advantages. This is particularly true in the case of virtual products like e-books. Since these products do not need to be physically produced and shipped to the customer, most of the cost associated with the product is spent on the initial stages of creation.
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