Affiliate networks

@leasmom (101)
July 28, 2011 9:56am CST
I have heard a lot about affiliate networks being very useful, lately. However I am not sure what those are really about. Any examples that you can give? Not meaning to ask for names of affiliate networks if this is not ok to ask here, simply in general.
2 responses
• India
28 Jul 11
Its more like a matrix in which the count increases in the matrix manner. That if you got to add some 3 persons and then they add some 3 then you got your left arm like in 6 persons and you earn from them without actually doing nothing. Affliate is something that everyone can attain enough knowledge and money with and also with the business networks.
@lydiab (33)
• United States
28 Jul 11
Affiliate networking is when you sell another person or businesses products or service. You receive a fee for the sales that come through the link given to you with your unique id#. Affiliate marketers usually set up a website, blog, and/or squeeze page to capture potential customer information so that other affiliate products can be marketed later. The fees earned depend on the person or company h.u deal with. I have received 25, 35, to 50 percent per sale. I like it. Sometimes you may purchase a product like an ebook and be asked do you want to be an affiliate and you sign up. There is a little more to it but this is the jest of it. Hope this helps