When you first learn about it, it seems like affiliate marketing should be easy. It’s not really that difficult to set up a blog; all you need is a domain, some WordPress software, a few plugins, and you’re good to go. It’s trivial to sign up for most affiliate networks. Then all you need to do is put links on your page and rake in the cash, right? How hard can it be?
The answer, of course, is “quite hard.” There’s a reason there are entire blogs based on “how to succeed with affiliate marketing.” You’ll soon discover that there’s a lot more to affiliate marketing than just slapping a blog and some links online. There’s a mountain to climb, and you need to prepare yourself for the journey.
What I’ve done is put together the most common reasons why you aren’t getting clicks on your affiliate links. Check each of them down the list and see which apply to you, and work to fix the issues you find.
The first and most common problem with any affiliate marketing website is a lack of traffic. A lot of bloggers start off slow and try to monetize too early. I understand the desire to set a precedent; people don’t like building up loyalty only to be monetized at the first chance. On the other hand, it doesn’t do you much good to put links up when you only have a few dozen hits per month.The typical affiliate marketing conversion rate is something like 5%, and that’s out of the people who click. An average click rate might be 1%. That means five out of every hundred people who click go on to make a purchase, and one out of every hundred people to visit go on to click, so you need tens or hundreds of thousands of visitors to see reliable conversions. You need a huge volume of visitors to guaranteed success with affiliate marketing.Any thing less than that might be also effective but only if u are so lucky.If you not read that article for steps to increase affiliate earning then check that also.
Have you ever been reading a blog post and, in the middle of it, seen a sentence or a paragraph that’s entirely out place and moved to another topics which simply indicate that that article not up to the mark of satisfactory.We do not have to forget that ultimately the user have to enjoy the article when they go through that.Writing spam article or meaning less article is useless and no one will interested to read those and waste there time.Even 1 to 3 article in total 100 article blog bring a negative impact on that site url. Moreover the affiliate purchase will be done by real human not spam.So less real user means u are far away from the reality of success.So always make sure your affiliate links are as close to on-topic as possible and also those should be interesting enough.
Every affiliate link should have an inherent call to action. Either that call to action should be a simple “click here to buy now”, or it should be something more detailed and tuned for the specific product and the problem it addresses.
like that https://www.amazon.com/Stainless-Hollow-pipes/dp/B02N47YWS0?ref_=Oct_BSellerC_289864_0&pf_rd_p=8d2c5fc2-0277-54af-b245-4c22c1c17d2c&pf_rd_s=merchandised-search-10&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_i=289864&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_r=YEZMFN4M1Z9QRM2RYBP5&……..
that kind of link is look like a spam to user thought he domain name have huge trust.These links make a negative impact and user loose there interest to click that kind of links.So try to make links more perfect and shorter where user will like to click the links and see the follow page.So for amazon try to use short link option for other if there any option to short url method follow and paste that link.It might bring more success to you.
cloaking or adding the direct links of affiliate to your website navigation might be increase visibility but on the other
hand it will penalized by google.As a result your site will be less visible in google search and loose its search engine viewers.
For affiliate or direct selling trust signal give a important impact on visitors.20 years earlier there was less product of similar kind. Now a days each type of product category have different variant and different brands option.So people get confused which one they should buy and which one they should not.So people like to see the reviews on the product first before buy anything.So try to give a honest review rather than giving always good review.Now questions might be come in mind if we give negative review who will like to buy? No i am not saying to give negative review.Just give honest review by either use the product for long time or reach a lot about the product before review(as in all case purchase and use the product is not possible before writing about that). A lot of trust signals are more applicable to storefronts, and I go over them in greater detail in the article linked above. Some, though, can be very useful to affiliate or hybrid sites, so it’s worth looking into them.
Even if you have a lot of traffic, maybe that traffic is a different audience than you want it to be. I see this a lot from people who are chasing high-paying affiliate commissions rather than high-volume commissions. Sure, selling those might earn you a year or two’s worth of wages in a single click, but if you aren’t designing your site explicitly around targeting the hyper-rich in their yacht-owning ways, you aren’t going to be getting any sales. If no sale no commission.So come in the reality.Rather than just choose any random product by the cost or the commission structure better to check the usability of that product.Some time low cost product bring more profit as a affiliates commission (if that sold in bulk) rather than a product which is costlier and bring nothing.Also be sure you are reaching to the right audience rather than any one.
So follow the above steps you might see a huge changes in the selling graph.