Affiliate Marketing Using A Newsletter or Ezine

Jason Cooper
 


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Affiliate marketing is still one of the biggest ways anyone can make a small fortune on the internet today. This article will cover one of the affiliate tactics that can be used to generate huge affiliate profits.

Creating and running your own newsletter/ezine is a great way to generate affiliate traffic for the program you are promoting.

The first step is to find a good autoresponder script that can automate your newsletter. A great place to look for a script like this is on HotScripts.com . There are a ton of free scripts that you can download and install into your website. With an autoresponder script you can input all your future emails to subscribers and date them out. This makes the entire process totally automated so you can focus your time and energy on actually getting subscribers.

Once you have your autoresponder set up and ready to go. You need to convince people to sign up for your newsletter. Depending on the product you are promoting as an affiliate, you will want to find a free ebook or report that you can offer your subscribers. Contact the owner of the affiliate program you are promoting and ask them if they have anything that you can use.

Once you have a free product you can offer. Create an captivating webpage describing your free offer. At the end of the page, simply ask them to subscribe to your newsletter to receive the free ebook. A great example of this idea can be seen at: http://www.ebaybusiness.net/free-ebook.html

Once they have subscribed and validated their email, the first email you send them should be the free gift. Now that they are subscribers, you can send them information pertaining to the subject you are promoting. Basically, just supplement your informative newsletter with your affiliate offer and this should continually drive traffic to the affiliate offer you are promoting.

This is a great tool because the longer you run your newsletter, the more subscribers you have. Eventually you can build a huge subscriber base that you can use to promote your future offers to as well. If you’re providing them with good content and articles, these subscribers will have some trust with you and are more likely to be open to any future offers you might pass along to them.

Jason Cooper aka The Rich Nice Guy has been involved with Internet Marketing for a number of years and is an emerging force in the area. Visit http://www.therichniceguy.com to find out more! You may use this article as content for your website or ezine as long as this tagline remains unchanged.

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