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5 Ways to Prepare Your Blog for Affiliate Selling

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Using your blog to earn a passive income through affiliate sales is something many bloggers aspire to. Isn’t it? But you won’t make money if you don’t get visitors to your site and you won’t get that consistent traffic until you have a blog worth visiting.
There are lots of ways to generate affiliate sales through your blog but having affiliate products to sell is just a small part of the picture. This article will focus on five elements you should consider, before and after you sign up to any affiliate programs.

1. Become A Niche Expert

If you simply focus on making affiliate sales, you’re likely to scare people away. When you do a search on Google for anything related to a particular niche, what are you looking for? Usually, you’re looking for expert. So, it follows on that if you’re an expert in a particular niche, you’re going to attract traffic. So how do you establish yourself as an expert?


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    “Having affiliate products to sell is just a small part of the picture”. SO TRUE. I couldn’t agree more. Some bloggers write about it like it’s so easy to do. While it is effective, it’s far from easy as in like how others picture it to be.

    The 5 ways mentioned are all great if mastered.

    Nice post!

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