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How To Make Money With Affiliate Marketing Programs In Nigeria-work At Home by delight76: 4:44pm On Mar 09, 2019
How To Make Money With Affiliate Marketing Programs In Nigeria

One of the absolute fastest ways to start making money on the internet is by becoming an affiliate and promoting someone else's product. With affiliate programs, you don't need to spend months of pain staking research, hard work and money just to create your own product.
All you do is simply choose a product that is a hot seller, sign up as an affiliate and start promoting…sounds simple enough! And it is, but there is one small problem …
Affiliate marketing is an ideal way to make more money and start a home-based business, it doesn’t require much money to get started, and you don’t have produce, stock or ship product inventory, or deliver a service. You’re essentially paid for referring new clients and customers to other businesses online.
What is Affiliate Marketing?
According to Wikipedia, Affiliate marketing is a type of performance-based marketing in which a business rewards one or more affiliates for each visitor or customer brought by the affiliate’s own marketing efforts. Affiliate marketing can be an amazing sales channel for online businesses.
Hence, Affiliate marketing can best be defined as the process of earning a commission by promoting other people’s (or company’s) products.
How Does Affiliate Marketing Work?
When you join an Affiliate program and choose the products that you want to sell, sellers provide you with a unique affiliate code that you can use to refer traffic to the target site. Most affiliate programs will offer ready-made text links, banners and other forms of creative copies whereby you only have to copy the code and place it on your website or share with others to start referring traffic.
The affiliate will try to market to the consumer on whatever channel they see fit, whether that’s a social network, digital billboards or through a search engine using content marketing on a blog. When interested visitors click on these links they get redirected to the product site and if they purchase a product or subscribe to a service you as the referrer make a commission.
Top Affiliate Marketing Programs For Nigerians
The first step to starting a successful affiliate marketing business is to look for rewarding affiliate programs that you can participate in. Every affiliate program has its advantages and disadvantages its left for you to know which one to go for and the good news is that you can join more than one affiliate marketing program at a time.
1. Jumia Affiliate Program
With Jumia Affiliate Program, you can earn up to 11% commission on every sale. Jumia Affiliate Program is the most reputable affiliate program in Nigeria (someone even made millions). Through Jumia affiliate program, you can turn your website or blog into a money-making machine. Simply drive traffic to Jumia online store by choosing from their thousands of products to advertise to customers and make money when your visitors buy from them.
2. Konga Affiliate Program
If you have a website, blog, social page or an audience you think you can monetize with and you looking for the right way to do this, the Konga Affiliate program is a good way to start earning some easy income. Konga Affiliate Programs is one of Nigeria’s topmost affiliate program that allows you to make money online by selling products to consumers for great commissions. The program allows you to earn easy money just selling products online.
3. Amazon Affiliate Program
Amazon Affiliate Program is the most popular right now. If you have just begun as an affiliate marketer, this is the best place to start off with. The best thing about Amazon’s Affiliate Program is you get an option to promote what interests you the most. It has a user-friendly interface that has millions of sellers providing you a flexibility in terms of selecting the product of your choice.
4. AliExpress Affiliate Program
AliExpress offers a great platform for affiliate marketing. Through this program, you can get banners and links to promote products and sellers on AliExpress. Once a link or banner is placed on your platform (website, blog, social media page etc.) you can start earning already. If visitors click through your link to AliExpress and make a purchase, you will receive a commission for this.
5. Shopify Affiliate Program
Whether you’re an existing affiliate marketer, a social influencer, a Youtuber, a business leader or a blogger with a growing audience, apply to become a Shopify Affiliate and earn commissions by referring new Shopify merchants.
Affiliate marketing isn’t hard, but it does require knowledge, planning, and consistent effort to make any significant income. Your overall chances of making money with an affiliate program are probably no better and no worse than any other type of internet-based business. Your success depends on how well you execute your affiliate business plan.

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Re: How To Make Money With Affiliate Marketing Programs In Nigeria-work At Home by Nipostle(m): 2:48pm On Apr 14, 2020
3 ways to make money under Covid-19 Lock-down 2020

Based on my experience under lockdown, staying home without being to make income feels horrible.
You consume more and get less die to idleness.
Few days ago, I realized there would be a total/partial restrictions of movement in the state, I started looking for legit ways I can make money online, and I got 3 tested and working ways to make money while staying at home.

1. Freelancing
Freelance websites are platforms, where both people looking for work and employers post their offers.

Being a freelancer is an excellent way to turn your talent or hobby into money. You have the freedom to apply for only the projects that you like or you’re good at and get paid.

2. E-book publishing and Sales

While the publishing industry used to be heavy in print, you can complete the entire process of writing, publishing, and marketing a book online these days. Websites like Create Space will let you upload and take your book to print without getting a formal publisher involved, and you can even get your book on Amazon.com so people can buy it there.

3. Affiliate Marketing

In my opinion, the best way to earn money from home Is through affiliate marketing
Affiliate marketing is a way you get paid recommending other businesses, products, or services to new clients and customers through tracked links posted in blog posts, web pages, emails, or social media posts
So If you’re looking forward to making fast income this Corona season like me, I have a free pre-training video by Internet Expert, Toyin Omotosho you can access through the link below.
It will teach you how to make at least 400K per month.

Learn more here

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