Finding Affiliate Programs for Your Niche
You want to start thinking in a “monetary fashion.” You can sell without being salesy by slipping links in where you think readers will want more information and using product displays in a classy way that add color and visual appeal to a page.
Think to yourself:
What sort of products can you link to in your blog posts that will earn you a commission?
What sort of products are you ALREADY using that you could mention in your blogs posts?
In our videos we discussed the micro-niches for:
Example: Womens Adult Acne
I can think of a few things right off the top of my head for this womens adult acne micro-niche that work and have affiliate programs:
- Face washes and cleansers (on Amazon)
- Special tools for facial grooming; tweezers, vanity mirrors with lights, etc. (on Amazon)
- Hair ties and headbands (on Amazon) for pulling your hair out of your face
- Medicated body washes (on Amazon) for acne on the shoulders, back, chest and neck
- Natural herbs, ointments, vitamins and supplements
Example: Increasing Breastmilk Supply
If I went with a micro-niche like increasing breastmilk supply I would join affiliate programs that sold these sorts of products and I would talk about them in my articles.
Herbs (lots of different online merchants carry herbs)
- Vitamins (lots of different online merchants carry herbs)
- Stress relievers, back massagers
- Special pillows for comfort
- Comfortable nursing Bras
- Nursing blouses, tops, dresses
How to Find Affiliate Programs in Google
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There are literally thousands of affiliate programs out there. You can usually find them by just going to Google.com and typing in:
- PRODUCT + Affiliate Program”
- STORE NAME + Affiliate Program”
- YOUR MICRO-NICHE + Affiliate Program”
Just a few affiliate programs that many of us use are:
- Clickbank (digital products)
- ShareASale (tons of awesome merchants)
- Affiliate Window (Etsy, Booking.com, Fiverr and more)
- Viglink (Nike, Amazon, Disney Store, eBay, Wish, and so many, many more)
The beauty of Amazon.com (I really could write an eBook on this alone) is that they sell everything. In fact, there’s even a book all about Amazon.com and Jeff Bezos called “The Everything Store”
Amazon.com is a household name! Many of the times, all I have to do is get someone over to Amazon and they will buy something, even if it’s not the product I sent them there for originally. Yes, you still get a commission on those.
Once you have a micro-niche figured out and you know some of the products you would like to sell.
You can move on to building a website and learning how to build a blog post that converts sales.
If you need more help after going through the class materials, you are free to post your questions in our Facebook coaching group where we can help you further.
Read THIS ARTICLE before you move forward with building out your micro niche blog.
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