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(Bellevue CA, 10/12/11) Whether you are a large online publishing company or just a part-time blogger, you should pay careful attention to the affiliate programs that you’re thinking of joining. Not all affiliate programs are the same. While all of them offer the same basic service, which is to aggregate, collect, and recruit advertisers for your traffic, not all of them offer the same features., the internet's leading authority website on consumer and technology issues, has released a web publisher’s guide to selecting affiliate marketing programs. Regardless of your experience level or how much traffic you have, this guide can save you a lot of time, effort, headaches, and hassles down the road.

"The fact of the matter is publishers need to be very discriminating when it comes to picking out an affiliate program to monetize their websites." said Oliver Thomson, Media Relations officer for "The secret to making money with a blog or a regular website is the tightness of the fit between the visitors of that website, the content on that site, and the advertising placed on those pages. If there is a good thematic fit and content integration, the chance for decent income is dramatically increased.

"However, there are problems if the publisher did not select the affiliate program methodically and systematically. The publisher might be wasting time, effort, and losing out on money that could have been made if another affiliate program was selected.'s affiliate selection guide is really centered on a person's needs—that is the publisher," added Thomson. "Accordingly, the guide does not make a solid recommendation regarding one particular affiliate program.

"Every affiliate program is different, just the same way as every publisher's site or blog is different. The guide instead seeks to have the publisher ask certain key questions that would help him make an informed decision which affiliate program to pick. By having the website owner go through the analysis by factoring in specific elements that are particular to his website or blog, the chances are greater that he will select the affiliate program that would perform best on his website or blog," said Thomson.


eReviewGuide is a highly respectable source of software reviews, guides, tips, resources and information online today. eReviewGuide also offers industry news and community forums apart from online reviews. This consumer guide aims to provide assistance to customers and users looking for software or online services, so they can make smart choices, whether in the matter of pre-sale or making actual purchases. Those who are looking for an affiliate marketing program like Commission Junction may take a closer look at the review guide and consumer tips on the site. Now, buyers can easily check which products are best suited for their personal or individual needs, just by checking out reviews and information published on

Topic revision: r1 - 13 Oct 2011 - 08:24:54 - DarrenSy

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