How do I choose an affiliate advertiser for a blog?
Let's say, for example, that I really like the Samsung's $249 Chromebook. I write an honest review for it on a blog I have, and I provide a link to purchase the Chromebook for my readers whom I persuade.
In this scenario, it *feels* like I should be able to get money when the people I send to the link go through with their purchases. After all, I basically sold it to them.
So, is there any way that I could profit by writing this post about a Chromebook? If so, how? If not, how does affiliate advertising work?
I don't intend on doing this because I don't have a large enough audience for this to be practical, I just want information on the idea for now.
Yea that the basic scheme, comparison articles are popular as well. The FTC says you need a disclaimer saying you may earn a commission. You probably wont find affiliate links for that specific product. Amazon is good for offering multiple options, low 4% to 8% commission but a high converting site.
To look like an authority and to get better search ranking, stick to a product theme like portable computing, mix the content, not just computers.
You can earn with more methods with your blog. First method is 3rd part advertising like adsense, bidvertiser, clicksor. etc. And you can earn with Referral commissions like clickbank, amazon, cj etc. Your choice is depend on your content.by ReFanO - 3 months ago