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Affiliate Tips Part 2

Affiliate Tips 1-10, 11-20 , 21-30 , 31-40 , 41-50

  • Tips for Affiliates #11
    Make Links Clickable for AOL Users: Do you know how many of your newsletter subscribers have AOL addresses? AOL has approximately 34 million subscribers, so it's likely that a good portion of your subscribers are getting your e-mails at an AOL account. The new version of AOL (8.0) is doing a nice job of reading HTML e-mail, but text e-mail to AOL is a problem.
  • Tips for Affiliates #12
    Domain Forwarding for Affiliate Links: Have you ever wondered how Super Affiliates make the big bucks? Well, they use some key tools (and don't tell anybody about them!).
  • Tips for Affiliates #13
    Affiliate Links in Your E-mail Signature: There's a great space for advertising that most people leave barren - the space below their e-mail signature.
  • Tips for Affiliates #14
    Distribute a Customized Alexa Toolbar: The Alexa Toolbar enables you to create a customized version that you can distribute from your site. This provides you a chance to virally promote your site or an affiliate link, as well as earning more through your Amazon affiliate link.
  • Tips for Affiliates #15
    Protect Your Affiliate Links: The Web Publishers' Code of Conduct was created last year to help protect affiliates against ParasiteWare™. The Code of Conduct is intended to protect affiliates against the redirection of their affiliate links, and the system seems to be working. But there is one aspect of the new standards that you might not know about.
  • Tips for Affiliates #16
    Affiliate Sticky Notes: The days of pop-ups being effective are pretty much over with the widespread use of pop-up blockers. But there's a neat method to pop a "Sticky Note" at the center of a page to display anything you choose.
  • Tips for Affiliates #17
    Location Targeting Options with Google AdWords: Many affiliates use Google AdWords to drive traffic to their sites or through their affiliate links. It's a great strategy if done correctly. The problem is that many affiliates are making a big error when setting up a new campaign.
  • Tips for Affiliates #18
    White List Your Affiliate Manager's Email: Any good affiliate manager will consider their affiliate partners to be their sales team on the Web. And a successful affiliate takes advantage of the tools and support at their disposal. But all too often, the tools, updates, and mission critical information from affiliate manager to affiliate are not getting through.
  • Tips for Affiliates #19
    Get a Free Custom Toolbar: Looking for a good way to promote your site, and in turn, your affiliate links? Try offering your visitors a custom toolbar. You know, the kind that Google, Yahoo, eBay, etc. distribute to their users. It's a great way to brand your site and spread around some of your affiliate links.
  • Tips for Affiliates #20
    Rotate Your Affiliate Banners: If you are running affiliate banners on your site, it's essential that you keep things fresh and rotate the banners. Otherwise, you risk banner burnout with your visitors. When you rotate the banners, you will increase your click-throughs and revenues, since you can serve a variety of banners to every visitor.