Jump to content

What is affiliate marketing?


Recommended Posts

What is affiliate marketing?

Affiliate marketing is an approach where brands pay people a commission to promote their products or services.

For example, A Fiverr affiliate may promote sellers or services on Fiverr that they find particularly useful to their networks; if anyone in their network becomes a Fiverr customer as a result of their promotions—that affiliate gets paid. It’s a simple concept and a growing way for those with a web presence and social following to earn extra passive income.

Is Affiliate Marketing a Legitimate Way To Earn Money?

Affiliate marketing is all about connecting the people in your network to brands and services they will find useful. As with many marketing channels, the larger your network or audience the more potential you have to earn.

There are no investments, and you don’t have to buy stock to start affiliate marketing. You simply join an affiliate program and start telling people about products you already use and love. When customers buy, the brand knows you sent someone their way by tracking your affiliate code or link.

So, in short, yes. Affiliate marketing is a legitimate and scalable way of earning money online.

How Does Affiliate Marketing Work?

Read the rest of this article at our Fiverr Affiliates blog

  • Like 24
Link to comment
Share on other sites

If Fiverr is looking to get more sellers actively marketing Fiverr using affiliate ads, it really needs to change its policy regarding links to and mentions of personal blogs in Fiverr profiles etc.

If you are a seller on Fiverr, it doesn’t really make sense to add links from personal blogs to Fiverr (or even mention Fiverr) given that doing things the other way round is a TOS violation.

Maybe Fiverr could officially revamp it’s links to personal websites policy to make being a Fiverr affiliate more appealing?

  • Like 14
Link to comment
Share on other sites

If Fiverr is looking to get more sellers actively marketing Fiverr using affiliate ads, it really needs to change its policy regarding links to and mentions of personal blogs in Fiverr profiles etc.

If you are a seller on Fiverr, it doesn’t really make sense to add links from personal blogs to Fiverr (or even mention Fiverr) given that doing things the other way round is a TOS violation.

Maybe Fiverr could officially revamp it’s links to personal websites policy to make being a Fiverr affiliate more appealing?

I agree, affiliate marketing + Fiverr just raises way too many red flags.

  • Like 3
Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 6 months later...

Please sign in to comment

You will be able to leave a comment after signing in



Sign In Now
 Share

×
×
  • Create New...