Tutorial A Detailed Insight To Blogging In Affiliate Marketing

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The key to making money through affiliate programs or other forms of advertising is traffic, which is simply the sheer number

of visitors who arrive at your blog daily.In terms of affiliate marketing, the more visitors you have, the more opportunities

or capacity you will have to recommend or successively promote any products, services or websites.There are many different

ways to market your blog and gain more visitors which will eventually allow you to make money through blog-based affiliate

marketing.The use of blog traffic exchanges is one method you should consider.Following is a detailed analysis of the

functioning of the particular system

q1)How do Blog Traffic Exchanges Work?
ans)Blog Traffic Exchanges are simply websites which operate on a reciprocal viewing ratio, whereby you'll manually surf and

visit various blogs in the network, in return for other users to visit your blog.For example, by logging into a blog traffic

exchange and visiting one blog in their network, I would earn one credit which means that I'll get one visit in return from

another blogger who is using the same traffic network.This is the most basic principle of all blog traffic exchanges,

although some exchange networks will allow you to buy credits which will translate to visitor traffic from other users.

q2)What are the requirements to use a Blog Traffic Exchange?
ans)The most basic prerequisite is that you will need to own a blog. Registration for these blog traffic exchanges are

usually free and all you'll need to do is to submit your blog and start surfing to accumulate traffic credits, which will

ensure that other users surf and visit your blog as well.

q3)What are some types of Blog traffic exchanges?
ans) 1)Blog Explosion 2)BlogMad 3)Blog Soldiers 4)Blog Advance

q4)what are the advantages and disadvantages of blogging?
ans)Advantages- * Free exposure for new blogs. New blogs usually have very little referral or search traffic and the focus is on getting people to know your blog actually exists. Blog Traffic exchanges can perform this function and may even help to increase your initial reader base before organic traffic from search engines starts to kick in.* Building long-term referral traffic. Traffic exchange visitors are all bloggers and are the people you want to attract when you are trying to build a much bigger readership. The more bloggers you have reading your blog, the more potential for incoming links and future referral traffic.
Disadvantages-Some bloggers have suggested that advertising networks like Adsense do not allow the use of traffic exchanges, because they generate artificial traffic and ad impressions.Blog traffic exchanges are similar to StumbleUpon in that you'll never really know what to expect. For some exchanges like Blog Explosion, you can choose to surf blogs only in a specific field but I'm not sure how many users actually use this function.The traffic that you are trying to monetize is actually limited only to the users of each Traffic Exchange. This means that after consistently using each exchange for a while, the quality of the traffic as it relates to affiliate programs might decrease.
 

Lorna

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Hasn't this person posted on the Uk webmasterworld forums before, with virtually the same style of posts? I may be wrong, but I don't think they are real? They have no human quality to them.
 

Webmasterserve

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Hasn't this person posted on the Uk webmasterworld forums before, with virtually the same style of posts? I may be wrong, but I don't think they are real? They have no human quality to them.
You are absolutely righ Lorna about the lack of human quality but belive it or not its actually human being but only respond when you ban him asking why he was banned.

He never responds to post like this, I will leave it for about 2-3 days before I ban him here also, lets see if "any body is at home"
 

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At UK webmaster forum he said he was expecting to get some back links and PR but all he is getting is banned as some webmaster from UK WW said he has posted exactly the same contents at their forums as well and after he never responded to their message they banned him
 

Lorna

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Oh well - perhaps if he had made more effort with his posts he would not have been banned, made people aware of his site and got some back links into the bargain!
 

notvaliduser

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I don't understand why no reply.

I like to interact on forum , if there is a topic where I can drop a text , I do.
It's a good way of making yourself known to the others and to get a trustworthy member. ( so I can posts links after )
 
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