Affiliates with blogs should be keeping their readers informed at all times. Blogs by nature have regularly updated content, and thus they receive recurring visitors. Create a resource page for your visitors so that they can easily check and find old content if they are interested in knowing more. Resist the temptation to be comfortable with only a handful of affiliate partners. Linking to a wide the range of affiliates, with a diversity of products, will enhance your buyers’ opportunities and your own as well. A varied portfolio of products and affiliates keeps you from major losses if you have to get rid of an unprofitable one. It you haven’t reached the most products you think you can deal with, then take on some more products.
Keep in mind that pay-per-sale plans are a risky affiliate strategy. If it does work out, it can lead to a pretty good payday. In order to get the most from them, you should research the affiliate fully to make sure it fits well with your site.
Keep an eye on your affiliate statistics and look at each link to see where it performs well. Try moving the link to different areas of your page: near the top, middle or bottom of the article. In order to avoid confounds, just change the location of the link. Don’t change any other content. Try and limit the amount of banners on your site. If your site looks to pushy and unprofessional, then people will not want to visit your site. Keep a good content to banners ratio.