You’ve decided to go into affiliate marketing. Congratulations! It’s a smart way to have an online business without having to invest a lot of capital. That’s what probably drew you to it in the first place.
First go to GoDaddy or any other place to buy domains and put in the name you want for your site right there on the homepage. There will be a box to type in your idea of the name of your site. Many names are already taken so throw in a word that will make your site unique and available. Once you find a site that is available you want to buy it. Don’t fall for all of the up-sales they will throw at you after you click purchase. Just skip them all and proceed to the checkout. If you don’t want people to know that you are the one that owns the site you will want to register it as a private domain.
You need to have an eBay account. If you don’t already have one you’ll need a credit card or verifying your identity by another means. Using a credit card is the easiest and fastest way, and you can have your fees deducted from your card automatically.
So, as my story demonstrates, building a website is not just about getting webspace, writing some pages and creating a nice design. That’s the least of it. These basics of step by step guide are relatively simple.
Keyword competition is very important for Internet marketers doing both ppc and article marketing. Competition for ppc will have an impact on the price you have to pay for your keywords and for those of you doing article marketing it will determine how difficult or how easy it is to get ranked high in search engines search results. Ideally you would like to be ranked first under most competitive keywords but that is extremely difficult and not very likely to happen unless you have significant amount of experience, devote a lot of work and some considerable resources.
In order to accommodate this style you have to use headlines that grab their brains and bolded sub headers that summarize three or four paragraphs. Basically what you are providing is an easy way for their eyes to pick out an “abridged” version of your content. It’s really a kind of Cliff’s Notes approach but it’s crucial to keeping the visitor engaged. Big blocks of text, no matter how brilliantly written just turn people off.
Press releases may be changed before release to meet editorial guidelines. All contact details including phone and physical address must be included otherwise your release will not be published.