Affiliate Marketing in the Philippines

I have always been impressed at how fast the affiliate-marketing scene grew in the Philippines.

Just a few years ago, only a handful of people were eager enough to earn money in such a manner. Now, it seems that almost everyone wishes to achieve success on the web through affiliate marketing. As I’ve told my clients though, becoming successful in such an endeavor is not as simple as some believe it to be: putting up a website and promoting products is not enough. Indeed, the best way to tackle affiliate marketing is to focus on the importance of choices.

Even if you are just beginning to learn about the moneymaking potential of affiliate marketing, you should already keep in mind that finding the right network to join is vital. To put it simply, too many individuals tend to think that all networks are the same, making it clear that they are only interested to know whether they would be paid without going through all the hassles. I’m telling you right now that a network is not a mere “paycheck provider”, it is going to be your business partner. In this sense, never hesitate to learn as much as possible about a network’s pros and cons before signing up.

Basic chart of the Affiliate Marketing process.

Being an internet-marketing consultant, my mind is often filled with keywords. No matter how the online landscape changes, keywords will remain at the forefront of each “quest for success”. Consequently, I should tell you a secret in relation to keywords: solely choosing the most related terms is not always a good thing. As internet marketing specialists like me have realized throughout the years, the competition for “very common” keywords is too intense for those just beginning to engage in business activities on the web. Essentially, “barely related” terms make for a competitive advantage.

Being a soon-to-be affiliate marketer, you should also think about the choice of quantity. I really believe that only a few comprehend the importance of choosing between a single-product website and one that features multiple offerings. Well, making the right pick is uncomplicated. If you don’t have much time to come up with articles, then it would be ideal to work on a single-product website. On the other hand, if you’re among those who wish to make money in the fastest possible way and have no qualms about churning up posts continuously then a multi-product website would be perfect for you.

As pointed out, attaining success through affiliate marketing is all about making the right choices. For one, you should spend enough time to evaluate all the possible options in relation to the networks available to you. Aside from this, you should also pay attention to the sheer significance of unrelated and uncommon keywords in boosting your marketing efforts. Of course, knowing which kind of website would best suit you is definitely crucial. Essentially, if you wish to be an affiliate marketer who is a cut above the rest, never forget that every step that you take is important.

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Paul Agabin is the Founder and CEO of Wooka Interactive. He is an internet marketer based in the Philippines which deals with varied topics such as local industry news, seo strategies, content marketing, inbound marketing, social media management, website reviews, and the like. You can contact him at 0917-5069839.

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2 Responses to “Affiliate Marketing in the Philippines”

  1. Paolo says:

    Hi Paul are you still active in Affiliate Marketing? I believe you wrote this article back in 2012 🙂 I’ve read this when i was starting up in affiliate marketing anyways this was a good read 🙂

  2. angel says:

    Hi, I would like to ask you rate as affiliate marketer. We lazada products we want to know how can you help us to promote our products in lazada. thanks

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