US/FR/CA: Offer only valid in that specific country. Your AM is your go-to person in the network Sale or Rev Share: You get a cut of every sale (one-time or recurring). First, you want a landing page that looks clean and professional.
If it looks shady to you, it’ll look shady to your traffic too… Also, the more fields a page has, the lower your conversion rate is going to be.
Trial: When user signs up for a free trial of a product or service.
“Pixel Fires”: This is what happens when someone clicks on your link (they become a lead).
There are two main reasons that I prefer CPA over banner ads, Adsense, and most other affiliate marketing strategies. Higher on the Value Chain To make the most money from your site, you want to get high up on the value chain.
These actions include filling out a form, getting a quote, signing up for a trial, or making a purchase.
Most of the affiliate links are either contextual links or integrated into the site’s design. Despite the lack of obvious advertising, the site has a 26.4% CTR.
(If I had that kind of CTR with Adsense, Google would probably ban my account!
That’s why Amazon Associates only make 100 bucks when someone buys a 00 laptop.
And just like, that I started to make significantly more money than I was making from Adsense.
If the offer looks good, it’s time to join the network that runs the offer.
On the other hand, selling your own product, being an affiliate, and CPA put you higher up on the chain.
Here is what the value chain looks like for digital products (using a 0 course as an example): As you can see, Adsense, banner ads, and CPC/CPM put you at the bottom of the value chain.