Building a website can be time-consuming and quite expensive.
That’s why many affiliate marketers are now looking for ways to skip this step. However, if you think about it, affiliate marketing without a website might seem difficult, if not downright impossible.
Affiliate marketing is an arrangement between two parties – the affiliate and the online retailer, whose products are promoted by the affiliate. The retailer pays a commission for traffic, or more commonly, for leads or sales generated by each referral from the affiliate.
Now, many people believe you can’t do affiliate marketing without a website.
That’s not true at all.
What’s more important is figuring out how you can send referrals to the retailer, and a website is not really a requirement for that.
What Do You Need to Become an Affiliate Marketer?
Before I talk about how to carry out affiliate marketing activities without a website, it is important to understand exactly what it takes to become a successful affiliate. As it happens, you don’t need much to get started with affiliate marketing.
First, let’s talk about the primary objective as an affiliate marketer: your goal as an affiliate is to deliver the right offers, to the right people, at the right time. You need to create a balance between what your vendor is offering, and what your customers require. In order to do that, you need a source of traffic and a good product or offer.
In order to earn, you need to have something that you can promote and sell to your audience. There are a plethora of options available in the market, and you can easily select a suitable affiliate program to join.
If you look at the origins of every successful affiliate marketer, you…