Creating an Art Affiliate Website

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Description The art market is huge. Almost everyone, regardless of age or background, buys art and posters from time to time. By buying this kind of art, online consumers can save a lot of money compared to retail stores. Knowing all this, you can put you in a profitable position by directing consumers to the art field without investing heavily or charging extra fees.

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The key to achieving this is to take advantage of the art alliance programs offered by various websites. Regardless of which program you decide to use, the stages of success are the same. In this guide, I will walk you through each step of the process and demonstrate it using our sample website, Tropical Art.

For those who already know how membership sites work, you can take the first step. For the rest, I will briefly explain. By becoming a member of an art site, you agree to send customers in exchange for sales commissions. There are several ways to do this, but the most common is to create your own website for a virtual art store. Allow visitors to browse through the selection of artwork you provide, and when they wish to purchase, send it to a site you join for review. When you send a visitor to the website of a member administrator, the URL contains a tracking ID to get sales credit. You can visit the Tropical Art website above to see an example of how it works. The percentage of the commission you charge varies depending on the plan and the sales generated, but it is usually between 10% and 25% of the amount purchased. By buying art, it is not uncommon for single visitors to buy art worth $ 100 or more, so you can see how sales are rapidly increasing.

Step 1-choose a membership plan

The first thing to do is choose a membership plan. It's important to do this first because it can take days or even weeks to approve these procedures. Do this step first and it won't stop you later. Some affiliate programs require you to list your website before signing up, while others are optional. If necessary, you can skip this step and return.

There are several factors to consider when choosing a membership plan. Some questions to ask yourself are: what percentage of the commission will be paid? What is the range of product choices? Will consumers feel secure when providing credit card information to the site?

I recommend following the three main Art Alliance programs: Art.com, Art International, and All Posters. Although there are many other options, and many are legal, there are always scams that I personally cannot answer. By partnering with large companies in the industry, you can also give your visitors more options. For my sample website, I will use the art.com affiliate program.

Step 2: Select a theme

The important thing is that you know that creating an art website and making money from it will work, and you won't make a profit overnight. Most websites get the most traffic from search engines, but like any industry, you also face competition. This guide will show you how to fight well to get your site ranked in search engines and attract traffic. It's important to start with the ending, so the first step is to find the topic you want to focus on.

Usually, beginners want to build a large art store that sells all available products. Although it sounds good at first glance, it's not practical to compete in the field for beginners or anyone without serious financial support. You must find a niche market in order to put all your energy into it. To do this, the most important step is to find the primary keywords you want to target. To this end, I recommend using the Digital Point Keyword Suggestion Tool.

The tool is easy to use. Just enter keywords that describe the type of website you want to configure (such as "artwork") and click the bo prompt. You will get a list of related keywords and the number of daily searches each keyword will receive. I recommend using the starting numbers to indicate the number of searches done on Yahoo, as I think these are more specific examples. At the time of writing, the term "art" receives more than 29,000 searches per day. As I said before, this is an overly competitive term for most people. My suggestion is to scroll down the list and search for terms for easier goals. The words in each sentence are listed alphabetically, not necessarily in the required order. For example, the term "tropical art" I mentioned in this example appears on the site as "tropical art." About 400 searches per day on Yahoo alone are enough to make a substantial amount of money on the site. Once you find someone you are interested in, go to the search engine you are using and search. Check out several major sites and ask yourself if you think you can build a higher or higher quality site or hire someone else. If the answer is no, I suggest you try other terms until you find the right term.

Step 3: Make sure you have the product you want to sell

So far, he has not spent any money, but has spent the least amount of time. Before doing so, you need to make sure you have a large number of sales products related to the selected topic. This is easy. Just browse the sites you opt in to and make sure they sell products related to your theme.

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