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How To Make Money Online Without A Website

According to this article "How To Make Money Online Without A Website", there are 3 steps on how to start making money online even without a website.

  1. Find an affiliate product you want to promote.
  2. Get a domain name. 
  3. Drive traffic to your domain name.
Where to find affiliate products on the net

The best source of affiliate products is ClickBank. You don't need to have a product of your own. Simply promote any product listed by ClickBank. You can also try the WCCL Network at MyHelpHub, which offers a lot of self-improvement products. You can view the sample products here. You earn by promoting their products. For each product sold, you earn a commission which ranges from $5 to $40 depending on the product.

Why do I need a domain name?

You need a domain but you don't have to build a website. You need the domain name to redirect it to the product that your are promoting. Therefore, you have to choose a product that assigns you an affiliate page. You get an affiliate page if you join the affiliate program of the product's owner. You also need a domain name so that you can advertise it through Google Adwords. Adwords do not allow just an affiliate link.

You can get a domain name for as low as $9 a year. Some hosting providers give you a free domain for life like at MochaHost.

Drive Traffic

To drive traffic means to lead lots of people to visit your sites. You do this by advertising your site like through Google Adwords, Yahoo, or Facebook. There are ways to advertise for free like through your Facebook wall or any other social sites and forums. Just be discreet in doing so; otherwise, your friends might flag you as a spammer.

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