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August 24th, 2009, 04:07 PM

My name is Freddie and I reside in the U.K.

I need some help and advice on where to promote health products, I recently joined three excellent affiliate programs offering an extensive range of health products from proactol to stop smoking supplements, devices etc....

As I am just starting out I don`t have my own website yet but do intend to have one built, so I am looking for the best alternatives to kick start my new online venture..

If you think you can help me in any way possibe, please feel free to contact me via the forum...

Many thanks

August 24th, 2009, 04:29 PM
So your question is how to get started without a website? correct?

You could create a short report about each product (linking to them with your affiliate link of course) and then submit that to ebook directories.

You could use Squidoo and HubPages that are free to post on as well to get the ball rolling while you get your website set up.

August 24th, 2009, 04:30 PM

Are you making your own website or having someone create one for you? If you do not know much about building websites, you could always start with a review blog.

Review blogs and sites are really becoming popular these days. You pick a product every day, week or month, list 3 things you like and don't like(total is 6 then) about the product, and then state why you think it would be a good investment for others to check into(of course with your affiliate link embedded).

You can pick items you have not tried yet and use a review the company may have posted for your use. I would do some research on the product and manufacturer so I could revamp/revise/re-write my own opinions based on facts I just read(find some testimonials to read too), and then post the new review on my site. Often finding a video about the product or creating one of your own to emphasize some features works well too.

Then you need to get marketing to get people to your site. Article marketing is great for slower methods(unless you write like 20 or more a week and submit to 20 or so directories), or PPC if you know what you are doing so you don't waste your money.

I find half the fun in this type of business is being able to try new things and improve on other things.


August 24th, 2009, 04:46 PM
Hi Loretta,

Many thanks for your speedy reply and I shall put some of your suggestions into action


August 24th, 2009, 04:50 PM

thank you so much for your early reply.

A friend of mine will be building the site for me and the information you have provided makes perfectly good sence, so I will take my time and action all of the points featured
in your response.

Once again thank you for your good advice and your time,


Lynn Terry
August 24th, 2009, 07:09 PM
See: How to Write A Product Review (http://www.clicknewz.com/1995/how-to-write-a-product-review/) - I just posted this to my blog this morning :)

While your website is being created, now is a good time to start working on content development. You'll need the content for each page of your website, as well as articles to publish to article directories.

You can also publish content on some of the free sites like Loretta mentioned: blogger.com, squidoo, etc.

Go ahead and work on that, and also set up your social media profiles: Twitter, Facebook, Myspace, etc. All of these will link back to your website when it gets online, but you can go ahead and get all of that out of the way now and start networking.

August 25th, 2009, 07:10 AM
Thank you Lynn,

you have a great and informative site I will keep the link and refer back to it many times...