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Pick the Wrong Affiliate Marketing Network and Loose Money-Part 2

By Darryl Harris

A link to part 1 can be found at the end of this article.

4. Continuing with my tips on finding the best affiliate marketing networks, try to find a program that is filling the need for a growing target market. This is a good way to know there will be a continuous demand for your product. You can make inquires. One way is to check out the Google trends site to see if there are any searches on Google for your niche.

5. Find a program that pays at least 30% commission and it is better to find one that pays residually. In other words, one that pays you every month as long as the customer you signed up stays signed up with them. That way you get paid more than once for a sale. These are not hard to find and the research time is well worth spent. You need to be rewarded for your efforts.

6. Be sure to check if their are any minimum quotas you must fill or target that is hard to achieve. Some affiliate marketing networks have prerequisites you must fill before you get commissions. Just make sure they do not make it impossible for you to get a commission.

7. Sign up to programs that offer you lots of help with tools and resources to help you grow your business in the shortest time possible. Find affiliate programs with tools such as a series of emails you can send to leads, banners and other tools to help make your job easier. Be sure and check, some programs offer very little in this area.

8. Finding a program that has a system for you to check your sales and compensations is also a good idea. Look for one that is online so you can check what is going on anytime with a computer and internet connection.

9. Affiliate marketing programs that offer a strong incentive for members to renew their memberships each time is a great quality to look for. Programs that have new upgrades continuously and customer service that is easy to contact is one way to gauge a company. You can rest assured of the growth here.

10. Find out what members of a program are not happy with. You can do a search for forums that are talking about the products you are considering promoting. If you see no negative talk in the forum, there is no harm asking what downsides people have come across. You should find out this information before starting a campaign.

It is a very good idea to have thorough and intense knowledge of the affiliate marketing program who will be your business partner.

Finding out about the company that is behind a network, that may be your business partner, will help avoid any future problems.

Darryl Harris helps you shift your affiliate marketing into overdrive, also download a free copy of his book #1 on Google in 2 days, showing you step-by-step how he did it at

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