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How to Start Affiliate Marketing in Kenya The best affiliate marketing platforms in Kenya Platforms to Use

 


How to Start Affiliate Marketing in Kenya? You might have been asking yourself this question because you have heard that there are some people making money online by promoting the products of other companies and earning commission from their sales. It’s certainly possible, but it’s not the easiest way to make money online, nor does it guarantee that you will succeed. But if you keep reading, I’ll show you the best affiliate marketing platforms in Kenya and tell you how you can use them to start making money online today!  

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Overview: A quick summary of what this blog post will cover 

how affiliate programs work and why they’re beneficial, how they’re different from other forms of affiliate marketing and what you can use them for, and finally, a brief overview of some of the most popular affiliate programs offered by e-commerce sites like Jumia or Jovago. This overview will help potential affiliates get a better idea of where they should be looking. 

Introduction 

Starting affiliate marketing is not as simple as it sounds. You need to know how these programs work and where you can earn from affiliate programs. In kenya, most people think that google adsense is the only pay per click affiliate program in kenya but that is far from truth. 

Step 1 - Sign up with an Affiliate Network 

There are many affiliate networks that allow you to sign up for their affiliate program for free. You'll want to choose one with a lot of advertisers so you have plenty of products and services to promote. These affiliate networks include ShareASale, Rakuten, Clickbank, Impact Radius, Amazon Associates and many more. Most offer hundreds or thousands of different products they will pay you commissions on upon referred sale. 

Step 2 - Decide on the type of websites you want to promote (CPA, CPL, CPS) 

Like I said earlier, you can choose any type of website but I would suggest that if you are newbie you should stick with CPA or CPL networks. You don’t want to invest all your money on CPS, just because it’s working well for someone else, doesn’t mean it will work well for you as a beginner. 

Step 3 - Build your website and make it appealing 

Build your website and make it appealing. You can do so by buying a premium WordPress theme from ThemeForest and installing it. This is important because it will help you bring targeted traffic to your site. You may use tools like SEMRush or Ahrefs or any other which will help you find suitable keywords for your niche. After that, you can start writing content for your website through either writing it manually or using online generator sites like Copyscape which will help check plagiarism levels and keep you safe from copyright infringement. 

Step 4 - Choose products/services to promote 

Joining an affiliate program is relatively simple. Usually, all you have to do is click on a link that takes you to a page where you can fill out some basic information about your site and then upload an HTML file with a widget for displaying ads. Often, if you want more sophisticated features like access codes or customized graphics (or you’re just feeling ambitious), you’ll need to pay extra. 

Step 5 - Create compelling content that converts 

This is where you actually write an interesting and valuable piece of content that people want to read. If you’re having trouble coming up with ideas, look at some of your favorite blogs, search for keywords and topics, or even talk to your customers and ask them what they’d like you to cover. 

Conclusion 

Jumia affiliate marketing is one of fastest growing affiliate programs in Kenya. To start an affiliate program, you need an affiliate network which helps to earn more profit. Only a few people know how to find out these top affiliate networks and make money from it. It may be hard for you as a beginner but not impossible if you have proper information about it. 

 

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