Many for one reason or the other find that becoming an affiliate marketer is easier said than done. But, from experience, the hardest thing about becoming an affiliate is getting your application approved. Once your application is approved and that process is done, you have
overcome the hardest step of affiliate marketing. Many don’t succeed as an affiliate, not because it’s hard, but because ultimately they have lost their drive or start off with too little drive in the very beginning. If you come into this game with a negative mind-frame YOU WONT SUCCEED. You have to get started with affiliate marketing thinking there is lots of money to be made because there is. You can check out many affiliate marketer payments proofs on Youtube, Vimeo, forums and blogs. The average affiliate earns a couple of hundred dollars a month, but above average and super affiliates can make thousands a month!




One of the main key to success is to constantly keep it consistent with good quality content on your sites or blogs. Promote everyday on social media sites. Develop a routine everyday of things you need to do,  things you need to get done by the end of the day and by the end of the week or month. Set up reminders, goals, must dos and don’ts. For example, if you find yourself drifting off to Instagram, Facebook or any other social sites that are not making you an earning, prioritize your priorities. For the time being, disable alerts that way you are not easily distracted by things that are holding you back. If you are one of those people that must be on social media, make that social experience a networking one.  Meaning, take advantage of every picture posted that you like, that you wanna share with your followers by simply commenting. Comment on whatever you desire but always end it with a signature, a link or a mention to drive people back to your ultimate goal, which is to drive them to whatever it is you are being paid to market.




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