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Amazing Role of Web Traffic in Affiliate Marketing

BY: Jo Justin | Category: Technology | Submitted: 2010-03-28 08:45:07
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The role of web traffic in affiliate marketing is something that many people do not know. Affiliate marketing is a method in which you are able to sell various products to other people by directing them to your site or blog and making them to have a look at the various products that you have displayed. If the person visiting your site is interested in the product, then they will have a look at the products and may even buy one, but if they are not interested, then may continue their browsing.

The primary need here is for the people to visit your site. Only if they visit your site will they be able to have a look at your products and then comes the decision if they will buy your product. It is also a fact that when there is a huge traffic to your site, there is a better chance that you will be able to make a sale as there will be someone who might be willing to buy the products. This works on the laws of probability. If you had taken adequate care to ensure that you have a regular flow of traffic to your site, then you will have increased sales automatically.

The role played by increased traffic to your affiliate marketing is as follows:

1. Increased sales:

There is an increased sales that you get from your site and all you have to do is to ensure that you continue to promote your products in the similar method that you have been doing for all these days. The increased sales that you are able to make will lead to increased income, though there are times when the income and the traffic may not be really proportional to each other.

2. More affiliates:

There will also be an increase in the number of affiliates who visit your site if you have more traffic. This is because as many people visit your site and read about the various products, they might also be interested in promoting the products and so become an affiliate. This usually is done as part of your down line and so when they are under you in promoting the products, you will earn a passive income as you get a percentage of commission for each of the sales that they make.

3. Increased passive income:

If you have a high amount of traffic that is reaching your site, then you will also have an increased passive income that is reaching your bank account. The reason is that you have to take the trouble only initially to increase the traffic to your site. Once the search engines recognize your site, then they will have no problem, but to return it in many searches. You just have to fine tune the methods that you have used in the method of increasing the traffic.

These are the main advantages of having increased traffic to your site if you are an affiliate marketer and have a site to market the products.

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