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Affiliate marketing can be done without a website by, for example, advertising with Google AdWords, and sending clicks directly to your affiliate links. But you're much better off having your own website. Even if you're just doing affiliate marketing, having your own website enables you to:

  • Write your own reviews of products you're promoting. Customers will appreciate getting a third-party opinion on a product rather than having to just take the sellers word for it.
  • Advertise products that others are already advertising on AdWords. Google only allows one ad on a page that's linking directly to the seller's page, even though each affiliate link is slightly unique.
  • Get free traffic from search engines or links from other sites. Why pay for all of your traffic?

What to put on your website:

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