I’m still alive, and my site also, more or less. Google is still playing with my nerves. After two months of depressing residual traffic, things went back to normal at the end of January.
When some programs don’t sell, I always wonder if I’m gonna stop promoting them or not. For example, here are my stats for BuddyProfits (From may to july). As you can see, I sent 3300 visitors, and I earned 3$, including webmaster referrals.
There are some sponsors that are doing a great job at providing promotion content. Everything is in the right place, easy to find, easy to use. But some others, without probably knowing it, make our affiliate life more difficult, with content that needs more time to be processed. In this business too, time is money. So here are the things I don’t want to see anymore. Sponsors, if you can follow these rules, you’ll get more love from your sponsors.
On October 16th, 2013, CazzoClub.com became part of the GunzBlazing affiliate program.
The way to a sign-up is like a chain. If there’s a weak link, the visitor is gone, and the sale is lost. An important link is your site. How you display and promote content has an influence on the click through ratio, and on how many visitors go to the sponsor site. Google is a link too, an important one, but one that you should look at with a suspicious eye. Don’t trust Google, they don’t want you to be happy, they just want to be happy and get more money from Google Adwords. They also want to rule the world, but that’s another story. Another essential link is the free tour of the sponsor site. This is probably the most critical factor that turns a visitor into a member. Unfortunately, I think most sponsors have wrong ideas about it.