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I recently opened a CPA Affiliate Network and it specializes in cryptocurrency offers along with all the other mainstream ones. I am doing a market research and i'm curious how many of you have dabbled around with affiliate marketing or do it for a living?

I first started affiliate marketing about 13 years ago and it took me awhile to have my first successful campaign. My first successful campaign was doing "Free" ringtones on myspace back when you heard social media you thought of Myspace. Ever since then i've been working at home doing affiliate marketing and running affiliate networks! I'd love to hear of other peoples stories related along the lines of affiliate marketing!

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May 09, 2017, 10:24:36 PM
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I've dabbled and scored sales here and there. Mostly through my blog. Sure would like to see more affiliate programs that pay out in Bitcoin other than faucets and gambling sites. (Maybe I haven't looked hard enough but there doesn't seem to be much.)
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May 10, 2017, 01:23:03 AM
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I've dabbled and scored sales here and there. Mostly through my blog. Sure would like to see more affiliate programs that pay out in Bitcoin other than faucets and gambling sites. (Maybe I haven't looked hard enough but there doesn't seem to be much.)

The majority of the affiliate programs on this forum are for the casinos and the bitcoin debit cards from what i've seen. If you have the right traffic source it could be pretty profitable!

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I used to do affiliate marketing on clickbank,not really successful but made a small profit,if you are going to do affiliate marketing,you should know the niche you are in and only pick a product that you really understand.having a website and a social sites is a must if you want to succeed in affiliate marketing.

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May 10, 2017, 02:37:08 AM
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I recently opened a CPA Affiliate Network and it specializes in cryptocurrency offers along with all the other mainstream ones. I am doing a market research and i'm curious how many of you have dabbled around with affiliate marketing or do it for a living?

I first started affiliate marketing about 13 years ago and it took me awhile to have my first successful campaign. My first successful campaign was doing "Free" ringtones on myspace back when you heard social media you thought of Myspace. Ever since then i've been working at home doing affiliate marketing and running affiliate networks! I'd love to hear of other peoples stories related along the lines of affiliate marketing!

You can't do that in facebook though. Marketing on myspace back then is easy becuase they only allow HTML codes. Been with internet marketing too for years and have tried almost all affiliate networks including bitcoin networks. Bitcoin networks doesn't offer much though and also only few people buys using bitcoin. They knew bitcoin is valuable and they're not using it. Have you check whether RUNCPA had succeed?

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May 10, 2017, 07:47:03 AM
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I recently opened a CPA Affiliate Network and it specializes in cryptocurrency offers along with all the other mainstream ones. I am doing a market research and i'm curious how many of you have dabbled around with affiliate marketing or do it for a living?

I first started affiliate marketing about 13 years ago and it took me awhile to have my first successful campaign. My first successful campaign was doing "Free" ringtones on myspace back when you heard social media you thought of Myspace. Ever since then i've been working at home doing affiliate marketing and running affiliate networks! I'd love to hear of other peoples stories related along the lines of affiliate marketing!

You can't do that in facebook though. Marketing on myspace back then is easy becuase they only allow HTML codes. Been with internet marketing too for years and have tried almost all affiliate networks including bitcoin networks. Bitcoin networks doesn't offer much though and also only few people buys using bitcoin. They knew bitcoin is valuable and they're not using it. Have you check whether RUNCPA had succeed?


Facebook gets harder and harder to market on unless you're doing facebook ads. Myspace was very lenient with allow people to post custom codes. RUNCPA would be competition for my company but we do have similar offers with a higher pay along with all the other verticals out there at the moment. I'd really like to see more companies in the affiliate world to adopt bitcoin.

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May 10, 2017, 07:56:13 AM
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I had tried to do affiliate marketing when i first joined bitcoin but it was not success as for affiliate marketing you should have lot of new ideas and that was lacking in me. So now i am just joining any good affiliate program to earn

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May 10, 2017, 08:35:16 AM
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As Bitcoin becomes more mainstream, I envisage affiliate marketing opportunities will become more plentyful and mainstream too... I hope so anyway!
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May 10, 2017, 08:39:18 AM
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I recently opened a CPA Affiliate Network and it specializes in cryptocurrency offers along with all the other mainstream ones. I am doing a market research and i'm curious how many of you have dabbled around with affiliate marketing or do it for a living?

I first started affiliate marketing about 13 years ago and it took me awhile to have my first successful campaign. My first successful campaign was doing "Free" ringtones on myspace back when you heard social media you thought of Myspace. Ever since then i've been working at home doing affiliate marketing and running affiliate networks! I'd love to hear of other peoples stories related along the lines of affiliate marketing!
I just started learning to use RunCPA, an affiliate program that is quite good but I haven't really mastered all that it has to offer.
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May 10, 2017, 11:40:06 AM
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I think affiliate marketing is very normal for this days because all of the people doing it even on investment sites where they invested money has a feature of affiliate marketing and also even on cloud mining sites they also have affiliate marketing, so i think this question is answerable by all of us, yes all of us do affiliate marketing and because it is very common so you don't even notice that you already doing it.

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May 10, 2017, 01:35:49 PM
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I've tried to do something along those lines with my Instagram accounts, as they are pretty popular and do have a lot of followers gains and likes daily but I wasn't able to find anything which specialized in Bitcoin / allowed Bitcoin to be used as a payment method for the affiliate marketing. It would seem like something that would be pretty good and may actually be able to use this at some point.

I thank you and applaud you for adding this to the Bitcoin community, wish ya luck on this too!

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May 11, 2017, 12:24:51 AM
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I've tried to do something along those lines with my Instagram accounts, as they are pretty popular and do have a lot of followers gains and likes daily but I wasn't able to find anything which specialized in Bitcoin / allowed Bitcoin to be used as a payment method for the affiliate marketing. It would seem like something that would be pretty good and may actually be able to use this at some point.

I thank you and applaud you for adding this to the Bitcoin community, wish ya luck on this too!

There is a ton of methods out there to monetize with social media, instagram still has a huge marketing opportunity for anyone still looking to get into it. A lot of marketers will do dating offers on there.

Thank you for the applaud, we are trying to add onto bitcoin community with having our network paying out in bitcoin and altcoins. We are the first network to pay out in altcoin currencies!

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May 11, 2017, 03:32:41 AM
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What does CPA stand for in this context? It's a tad confusing, given that CPA already stands for something rather widespread.

Affiliate marketing is system where you get paid equally (if not more) for your referrals activity as you do for you own? Building a network of workers beneath you is the key to annuitizing your income, yes?

I haven't engaged in it. What kind of campaign would make it specific to bitcoin?

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well i do affiliate marketing through my blog and it has helped me getting traffic and earn a little bit extra money.
I will earn more money as my experience grows and it will be helpful a lot.

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May 11, 2017, 04:17:19 AM
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Affiliate income is a wonderful source for Bitcoin earnings. I make Bitcoins as an affiliate from both my Blog and YouTube channel. The key is to provide a ton of value so they have to check out your affiliate link.

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What does CPA stand for in this context? It's a tad confusing, given that CPA already stands for something rather widespread.

Affiliate marketing is system where you get paid equally (if not more) for your referrals activity as you do for you own? Building a network of workers beneath you is the key to annuitizing your income, yes?

I haven't engaged in it. What kind of campaign would make it specific to bitcoin?

It depends on what type of bitcoin-related offer you're targeting. There is a ton out there for example Crypto pay, gambling, mining etc.. Than you would just revolve your campaign around that audience.

well i do affiliate marketing through my blog and it has helped me getting traffic and earn a little bit extra money.
I will earn more money as my experience grows and it will be helpful a lot.

What I've noticed with blogs is if you constantly add content to the blog google will index more pages and you will have more opportunities based on the keywords involved in the post to bring new visitors to the site. Adding affiliate offers in with your post that are related will go hand and hand!

Affiliate income is a wonderful source for Bitcoin earnings. I make Bitcoins as an affiliate from both my Blog and YouTube channel. The key is to provide a ton of value so they have to check out your affiliate link.

What type of offers are you using on your blog and youtube channel?

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Maybe everyone in this forum has done it. Although not being an active user doing affilate marketing.
Unwittingly in various activities we have done this. In the internet world today it is common to do.

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May 11, 2017, 08:21:44 AM
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I used to do affiliate marketing on clickbank,not really successful but made a small profit,if you are going to do affiliate marketing,you should know the niche you are in and only pick a product that you really understand.having a website and a social sites is a must if you want to succeed in affiliate marketing.
Yeah also i great way to make a good profit by affiliate msrketing but notas good as investing also affilate marketing is not a long term so you cant earn consistently there are time that you have no invites and when you dont have invite you dont have payout but i gues almost 20%of bitcoin users do this.

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I used to do affiliate marketing on clickbank,not really successful but made a small profit,if you are going to do affiliate marketing,you should know the niche you are in and only pick a product that you really understand.having a website and a social sites is a must if you want to succeed in affiliate marketing.
Yeah also i great way to make a good profit by affiliate msrketing but notas good as investing also affilate marketing is not a long term so you cant earn consistently there are time that you have no invites and when you dont have invite you dont have payout but i gues almost 20%of bitcoin users do this.
That is not true that if you don't have referral or invited people then you can't do payouts because that is completely wrong. You can still do payouts for most of the sites even you don't have referrals as long as you have investment but sometimes it is still depend on the policy of the site or company that you have been invested.

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I did a lot of affiliate marketing in the past, I had a couple of template websites where I gave away hundreds of free templates with resale license and also had offers for paid templates from Templatemonsters (not sure).
Got asome nice commissions from that, but this was almost 10 years ago.

Also made some good deals back in the day by buying cheap keywords on Adwords and promoting campaigns with an unrestricted Adwords policy. You know, spend 500 dollars in Adwords and get around 750 dollars in affiliate earnings.

 

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