You can but I do not recommend it unless you are an EXPERT PPC marketer and have deep advertising pockets. You need a website to capture e-mails, increase your market area and most importantly build stability into your business...to name a few.
You can make money without a website. You don't even need to use PPC at first, matter of fact if you know nothing about PPC, I would stay away. People use different meathods to make money online with affiliate programs. There are a few place you can learn how to do it. I'm not going to post any links here but you can search for "how to become an Affiliate Marketer" and you'll find a lot of info. Most info is free but remember this golden rule "you get what you pay for". Good luck!
Well that sure makes it sound easy but it still isn't. How are you going to get your coupon code out there? How many other carts are out there to compete with? Are their prices all that good?
Not trying to shoot it down, just saying even though you don't need a site that does not make it easy. How will you get your code out there? How many people will see it that are potential prospects? Out of those how many will order? It still takes time, energy and marketing.
There are ways to collect earn money as an affiliate without a website, though, as has been mentioned many times before, there's no easy way. One prominent way is through article marketing, but again, not easy.
If growth of your online business is the goal, then having a website is highly recommended. It helps to build your credibility and online presence and gives you more control over what you promote and how.
thank you very much for all your inputs. i am absolutely fascinated by this stuff!! here's what i did.. i bought a business email list for $50, emailed them my affiliate coupon code and voila... i got over $500 of income (in a little over a month) which i will be collecting by end of december ) heck, i dont even have a website yet.
i'm gonna be buying a turnkey website with that money and get serious with this affiliate money making machines. THIS IS AWESOME!
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