Want To Earn An Income At Home? Become An Affiliate!
Earning income at home is not a mystery. It just takes some research. My research has led me to understand and seek out affiliate programs.
When I first heard about affiliate programs I thought it was too good to be true. Then I thought it was SOOO easy! I found out a lot of the products I use and love had affiliate programs. It was easy for me to send the companies new business. I talked about their product so favorably that others wanted to use it too.
I've run into some really great companies offering affiliate programs. Here are the ones I recommend. You can click on the pictures to go to the company's website.
If you have any questions about any of the companies listed don't hesitate to contact me.
SBI! is the product I'm using to create this e-commerce website. SBI! has taught me all I know about building a successful and profitable website.
If you want more information, I talk about how I found SBI! on my About SBI! page. I'm also documenting my journey in my Work From Home Moms Mini Blog.
If you want to join the SBI! affiliate team or just find out more about their affiliate program click here:
I love being able to tell others about a wonderful product. Bronson Dunbar's graphics are really amazing! Check him out if you need to make your site a bit more professional through banners and headers, illustrations or logos. He does a wonderful job on E-Book covers (and boxes) as well.
ShareASale.com is a ten year old company that matches affiliates with twenty-five hundred vendors. Their site is like a huge vendor directory. If you're looking for an affiliate program that matches your site or blog topic, they probably have a few that are a perfect match. You can earn a commission on sales from affiliates that have signed up through you. They also give you a hundred dollars for every new merchant you send their way. Their merchants can pay you by pay-per-click, pay-per-sale or pay-per-lead programs.
If you need another option in logos for your business, Biz-logo.com has been in business since 1997. They have pleased their clients by providing unlimited revisions and logo repair. They're also known for fast service.
I appreciate their business philosophy (click on the cross at the bottom of their page to read more) and look forward to doing business with them.
The Old Schoolhouse Magazine is THE periodical to get if you're thinking about home schooling your child/ren. I have read this magazine since early in my journey and always have loved the practical guidance it gives. I love it so much I dedicated a whole page to talking about it here.
They even have the Old Schoolhouse Magazine in digital format so you can read it online!
If you need another choice in managing your affiliates, take a look at iDevDirect. Their affiliate account area is user friendly, which comes in handy when you're new to the whole idea of being an affiliate. They start every affiliate off with twenty-five dollars in their account. They use pie charts to show the difference between impressions. They offer page peel links (which catches your eye because it looks like the web browser is peeling back in the corner and blowing in the wind) as well as commission alerts.
This is a fun program to be a part of because you look better while using their product! I've used T-Tapp for three years now to quickly get back down to my pre-pregnancy waist size. Teresa doesn't measure your progress by pounds. Her goal is to get inches off your waist and tone other areas.
Do you have a WordPress Blog and need someone to help you figure it out? Have you been wishing there are some classes or a manual you could read about WordPress? Look no further! By clicking the link above, you'll be taken to the place where the mystery is taken out of WordPress. You'll find tips, tricks and tutorial videos made especially for WordPress bloggers.
If you hurry, you can catch the tail end of their WordPress Case Study Webinar series every Tuesday night in October.
1 Shopping Cart is a very popular check out system for small businesses. If you have hard goods to sell, this might be the transaction provider for your business. I find it to be very user friendly. You can also set up an affiliate program using their software so others can sell you products.
Constant Contact is an e-mail marketing product for small businesses. It helps you create appealing templates to send to your mailing list.
Constant Contact includes:
Social Oomph is the place where you can keep track of all your social media accounts and blogs. They offer the option of posting messages right away or scheduling them for later. In the premium version, you can also set your messages to recur. There's an auction feature that allows you to bid on advertising space.
I am so glad I found this site! It's so hard to find good quality photos for your site's pages. It's equally as hard to find them for free. Check them out and grab some stunning pics for your next page or blog entry!
I ran across this spelling program, and I think it's great. It's different than any other spelling program out there! My favorite things about it:
-- The program is multisensory, approaching spelling through sight, sound, and touch-- The lesson plans are easy to use and leave nothing out-- It works!