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Msg#: 3694523 posted 4:04 pm on Jul 9, 2008 (gmt 0)
hi folks,

i have just started to read about being an affiliate and making blogs but i havent found a site wich give simple information for beginers and not complicated if u can just help me to find one



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Msg#: 3694523 posted 1:54 am on Jul 10, 2008 (gmt 0)

Welcome to WebmasterWorld. Our forum here is actually a good place for all levels of affiliates. Feel free to use the search button above and you will find answers to most all of your questions.

For example I just used the site search function for "newbie affiliate" and found all kinds of gems [google.com...]


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Msg#: 3694523 posted 1:58 am on Jul 10, 2008 (gmt 0)

ETA: eljefe beat me to the post (and in the process reminded me to say "Welcome" - sometimes I forget that I'm not a newcomer here anymore). Along with his comments:

The simplest way to get your feet wet is to use a hosted service (like blogger - but that's not a recommendation, it's just the only one I know about). If you start that way, you'll most likely want to move to your own domain after you learn the ropes. The hosted services take care of just about everything for you, but they also tend to control a lot of things you want to control yourself if you're serious about affiliate or any other kind of marketing. If you decide to try a hosted service, be sure to read all of the fine print before signing up - some have strict limitations on the kinds of advertising you can use.

If you don't like the limitations of the hosted services, you'll want to learn more before you start. Try dropping in at the "New to Web Development" subforum - you're likely to get better answers to newbie questions there. (ETA: In addition to following eljefe's suggestions - I think I'm going to read some of those gems myself.)

[edited by: Beagle at 2:06 am (utc) on July 10, 2008]

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