Internet Marketing

Creating Affiliate Review Sites

Learn How To Profit With Review Sites

Niche marketing is the fastest way to make money online and one of the quickest ways to get started in niche marketing is by creating affiliate review sites. This is an important technique that shouldn’t be ignored. Finding the right niche takes time, but once it is found, the profits could be endless. Most people who use niche marketing choose to promote affiliate products in their niche and review sites are a key way to promote your niche products.

There are several ways to promote your affiliate products but review sites do tend to work very well, as long as they are done in an informative, clear and detailed way. People are always looking for information to help them make a decision about what to buy. So, the first thing you should do is find a few affiliate products related to your niche and then put up a website that compares those products.

I prefer to actually use the products I review as it makes the review much more authentic, and you will be a step ahead of the competition because you will be giving an added dimension to potential buyers, that others who haven’t directly used the product will just not be able to provide. In fact, many product vendors will provide a review copy if you ask.

When writing the copy for your review site, you should keep the writing short, yet informative. People shy away from reading lengthy paragraphs of unbroken information online. Two to three paragraphs of three to four sentences in length should be sufficient. Make sure you point out the benefits of each product you’re reviewing, but include minor flaws, as well.

Don’t overdo it on the negatives, unless the product is truly awful. People tend to trust reviews more if there are some caveats listed in them.

Highlight the product you deem the best value for the money, and make it clear this is your opinion and that you are an affiliate of the product that you are marketing. My belief is that people are not put off by this, as long as you are upfront about it and that the information you are providing is factual.

Finally, be sure to include links to the merchant pages of each product, and make sure those links are embedded with your affiliate code. There is no point in making a sale and then not being rewarded for it.

These affiliate review sites can be put together on a simple website, but I prefer to use WordPress blogs as they are super simple to set up. As you start to make some income you can consider outsourcing the building of the websites and thus focus more on writing great reviews.

Before you know it you can have several sites in front of potential customers and the beauty is that all the shipping, downloading etc of the product is handled by someone else. A large share of the profits however is yours, and you can’t get much better than that.

I want to thank Alison Wood and Big Sky Marketing for these tips on using review sites.

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