How are you going to connect people to the affiliate products without a website?

lkovnih226

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Is it possible than you can join any affiliate program without a website? I want to know why almost every affiliate program ask for website information and also want to know which affiliate programs that allows you to sign up despite not having a website.
 

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It is difficult to find a serious agency that does not require you to have a website.
Websites are easy to set up even for free - so you have no excuse.
Once you're in with an agency, follow their rules, but often time you can promote anywhere it is allowed.
 

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Is it possible than you can join any affiliate program without a website?
Absolutely, keep reading tho, LOL.
I want to know why almost every affiliate program ask for website information and also want to know which affiliate programs that allows you to sign up despite not having a website.
Many companies, those that are serious anyways, small and big alike, have started
to realize the awesome power of affiliates. If you truly want to "make money in your
sleep" the ONLY REAL way to do so is to have a team of "power affiliates". As such,
many companies invest tons of time and money in their affiliates. I, for example, sell
my affiliate programs more than I even try to "sell" my own products.

Therefore, when applying for an affiliate program, the company simply wants to make
sure you're truly vested in them and are serious about wanting to make money. They
don't want to throw their time, or money, into someone who is just doing this "on the
side" part time or someone who is simply going to throw a banner ad on their site in
the midst of 30 other banner ads.

Another reason many of them require to see your site is so that they know you're not
some black-hatter or "porn related" site owner that would inevitably go against every
thing in their T.O.S.

Now, going back to your initial question: "Is it possible than you can join any affiliate
program without a website?" -- it ABSOLUTELY is POSSIBLE. In fact, many products
that I promote will NEVER see any ad space on any of my sites, HOWEVER, that's only
because I will promote them through my lists, BUT, in order to build my list, guess what
I needed to help build the list -- YEP, you got it -- a website, LOL.

You could also simply promote through forum links, classified sites and the like and as
such, would never need to have your own website, BUT, if I am going to purchase a
product from someone, chances are that I am going to purchase it because I read
about it, in length, on someones website or blog, rather than just said an ad for it
in a forum or a classified ad site. Don't get me wrong. Your question was IS it possible
and the answer, honestly, is YES, but, it is MUCH easier if you have a site which will
enable you to do so much more...

If the cost of having a website is an issue, get a hold of me and I can show you
how to get your domain registered and a website hosting account for that domain,
for less than $1.00. Now a days, there really is NO reason any true marketer should
be without a website of their own, even if its merely a blog with a post every now
and again.
 

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In short, you need a website/blog -- especially if you plan on promoting physical products. Having a blog is like a home. It is like your brand. If you're in a niche and you know that there are people out there that want what you're promoting (will know this by research), then you want them coming to you -- not the other way around. It's kind of the same way businesses run in the offline world. Does that make sense?

Joey
 

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As was mentioned before, a blog or website is very easy to put up. Your blog can be a compilation of the content that you provide for your subscriber list that you promote your affiliate products to or you can send a link to the blog or website to your list. For some subscribers, those marketers that have a website/blog have more credibility than those that don't.
 

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Some years ago before I got me a blog/website. It was hard to join affiliate programs because like you said they wanted to see a website. Only a couple would let me join. I made some money with one. I promoted them in free advertising boards. Today, they have many advertising options that you can use to advertise. I use my blog and I use these advertising resources as I am in more than one affiliate program and I don't want to spam my audience. This gives me the best of both worlds.
 
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