Amazon Affiliate WordPress is one of tools to get money online through internet. Amazon Affiliate is provided by Amazon.com, one of large online shop on the world wide web. Everyone can be the part of amazon, so that can sell many items from Amazon and when the item is sold, we can get commision fee from the goods sold. Here are some tips how to be part of amazon affiliate (wordpress) so that you can put the amazon ads on your wordpress blog :
- Having a website. You should have a website that you run by yourself. It is recomended that you have website with selfhosting. For example : you can use amazon wordpress hosting. This is mean that your website is build with cms wordpres.org and then install to your hosting. With this type of website, you can make an autoblog amazon website. When your site is autoblog, you don’t need to make post manually, but the system will automatically post a new product to your website.
- Registering to amazon affiliate. The second tips, you have to register to become amazon affiliate marketer. You could sign in to amazon affiliate by typing to web browser “amazon affiliate”, then click open the web. After that, you can register. Just follow the instructions. Once you are accepted, you can put the amazon ads to your website (example : amazon ads on wordpress). You also can install the amazon ads to other alternatives to wordpress.
- Increasing website traffic. After you have successfully installing website, registering amazon, and making autoblog, then you should increase the number of your website readers. This means that you have to drive more visitor to your website, so that you can get customer. I think this is the most difficult way of having website blog. If you have a website but lack of visitor, I think it is useless. To increase about visitor, traffic, and page view to website, you could study and learn more form others website or blogger. You can also learn more about wordpress, how to make good website and successfully.
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