Should you work with multiple affiliate companies?

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What do you guys think if you are promoting your own products or Clickbank affiliate programs and got success with it, should you find other affiliate companies to put your products on it.
Should you stay loyal with one affiliate company or is it better to add products from many?

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Re: Should you work with multiple affiliate companies?
« Reply #1 on: 05-12-2016, 08:59:37 »
The main idea of affiliate marketing is to get revenue from your traffic monetization. There is no such notion as "affiliate loyalty" in this sphere as all networks understand that you are interested to gain as much revenue as you can. Besides, when applying to any affiliate networks, among the first 5 questions to you the network manager will as you what other networks you are working with and even may request references from them.

Another point for partnership with multiple networks is diversity of your traffic. For example, if you have traffic from different niches like gaming, gambling, health, education etc but the network you arepartnering with has, let's say, only gaming offers... Why should you lose opportunity to monetize the other traffic verticals that you have?

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Re: Should you work with multiple affiliate companies?
« Reply #2 on: 07-11-2016, 00:42:37 »
I guess you would have to do both, you need to keep the old affiliate sites that you have and invest for he new one. Specially if it is working then you should do both. Its for branding, traffic and at the same time ranking. Users will be heading to your website immediately if you have a good list of affiliate sites.


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