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PPL newbie seeking advice
does it really pay?

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Msg#: 3321525 posted 6:24 pm on Apr 25, 2007 (gmt 0)

Hello everyone. I'm a newbie to affiliate marketing, and I've already chosen to do pay per lead. I'm yet to come up with a website, since the site designer is still working on it. By now, I've seen some companies that promise high pay out. My concern is that since there are so many niches out there, do I need to have so many websites to accommodate all the niche markets I'm interested in promoting, or would just a website be enough? Please, offer your opinion on this.



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Msg#: 3321525 posted 1:23 am on Apr 26, 2007 (gmt 0)

I usually do a generic website for each niche, tht way the one generic site covers all the different possibilities.

How are you going to get traffic? PPC, organic, links from others sites? Depending on how you plan to get traffic should also be a factor in how to build your sites. If you are looking for organic traffic, then you'll probably need lots of content, where as if you are doing PPC, not so much content is required, especially if you can have the ad go straight to the lead form.


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Msg#: 3321525 posted 3:55 am on Apr 27, 2007 (gmt 0)

If you're doing PPC, I would get a new domain and set up a new site for each niche you are planning to promote. Then make a landing page for each individual product in that niche. There are lots of good reasons for this that I can elaborate on if necessary.

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