Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Create Free Affiliate Marketing Website
webs has really website templates and nice colors for you to customize. You can make your site look like it was built by a professional web designer. This is a great site to refer to and get going really quickly with your Affiliate Marketing.
It's best to build your site around the theme of your Affiliate product and create a name surrounding the industry or niche your Affiliate Site is in.
The website building tools here are extremely elementary. A five year old can build a site and get going. That's how easy it is, literally. You will be bale to use various colors and templates that are really good for your Affiliate Marketing business. I like to use Weebly for backlinks as well, which is a different subject by itself, but it's a good website building tool to use to get started immediately.
The templates are a little funny looking for my taste. So I use PYZAM.com for blogger backgrounds to spice up my blogs a little more. I like the generic blog templates on the site, but if you have a very specific niche that you are promoting, then you will be better off using PYZAM.com to get the background related to your niche or industry you are promoting.
You can even communicate with people on the site and there are plenty of readers who are looking for information directly on Tumblr as well. I like the fact that all you have to do is sign in and start writing right away.
You can highlight your blog posts and get to the top of the list when people are looking for information in your industry or niche. I think it only costs a couple of dollars for you to move your posts to the top of the page as a priority news story or highlight blog post.
Though I will admit that some of the tools they have on there are relatively useful, but if you are just trying to make some Affiliate Marketing money, this isn't the best site to do it on. Besides, they ban users for placing Affiliate Links in their platform so it's really a mystery of knowing exactly how to put the links in there without getting hit by Wordpress.
Even if you are a small business or if you have an e-commerce site, you still have to spend time learning how to use the Wordpress platform. For that reason, to me it's just not worth the time. Congrats to those of you who do have Wordpress mastered but as for the rest of you who are trying to make money blogging and such, Wordpress isn't the best place at least not right now.