I will not go into the detail of presenting aliExpress. I assume that you have heard of it or have known it.
Anyway, their AliExpress.com affiliate program, is making people a KILLING (I don’t mean to hype it too much, but it’s doing really freaking well). Much like the Amazon or eBay affiliate programs when they first came out, affiliates are able to leverage their online-retail astronomical growth along with the various different markets they support, using the low market saturation as their key competitive advantage.
Supplied by more than 200,000 exporters and manufacturers, AliExpress.com is available in 16 languages including: Arabic, Dutch, English, French, German, Hebrew, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Thai, Turkish and Vietnamese.
Take a look at this numbers:
To say you would have a hard time finding traffic or have enough GEOS to monetize would be an understatement.
Simply build out a couple niche sites with WordPress, have a nice theme, and do some basic marketing [don’t worry we’re going to show you exactly how].
In part two we’ll go into configuring your AliPlugin and setting up your site to begin receiving traffic. If you haven’t already, make sure to signup to the AliExpress.com affiliate program and request API access before our next video!
Please Note: This is not a paid or sponsored blog post. Each day we discuss ways to help our customers the most. This week we decided to feature those promoting the AliExpress.com affiliate program. We are using an affiliate link for the AliPlugin and receive a commission for each sale sent through our unique link. This post represents the author’s personal opinion and hostbay.Us does not endorse or are we affiliated in anyway with Alibaba.