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    Smile Which is good for affiliate marketing!

    Which website tool should a newbie use for affiliate marketing? Is it workpress or xsitepro or others?

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    I think this is really more of a personal preference thing. Wordpress makes content management super easy if you don't want to mess with HTML and coding etc... new features are easy to add using plugins etc..

    Perhaps think about what you want your sites to do as far as features etc and that will help you choose how you want to build.

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    Thank you Retta. I have a xsitepro tools, can i used to do affiliate marketing. The way i look at it now is affiliate is thing to start-off. Am i right by saying that or anyone can help me out

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    Either one will work fine to create an affiliate site. It's actually easier to use XSitePro (or HTML - I use Dreamweaver) to create an affiliate site. That's just my opinion of course. A lot of people use WordPress - and I just recently downloaded AffiliateTheme by Unique Blog Designs to give it another whirl.
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    James,
    I use XSitePro and integrate affiliate marketing into it. I also have a Wordpress blog off of that same domain. So if you have the XSitePro software, I would go ahead and use it. It has a lot of great tools.
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    If you have XSitePro, definitely use it first. Learn as much as you can, ask questions at their forum, etc. After all, you paid for it!

    Angie's right - XSitePro is MADE for affiliate marketing. Start with what you've got. It's a good thing!!



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    Thank you all for the advice and also Lynn. Now i have a lead what to use for my affiliate marketing (xsitepro).
    Which affiliate is good for beginner...commission junction or clickbank, can advice...thank you

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    I have a post on the topic which you'll find here:

    What is the best affiliate program?


    You may find it difficult to get into CJ or any of the larger affiliate networks if you don't have a website, or a certain amount of website traffic, yet. In that case you'll want to start with independent merchants or programs and work your way up to the larger networks.
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    I ditto all of the comments here. You should (as Dan mentioned) learn everything about XSITEpro because afterall that's what the software is created for. I think what sometimes confuses us is when new stuff comes along and we wonder if what we already have is sufficient. Most of the time, it is.

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    Thank you Regina, Lynn and all for the advice to use XsitePro.
    Lynn, thanks for the link on Best affiliate. Without joining your
    tuesday webinar session i would never have known this forum site.

    Thank you all and nice knowing you
    jamessamy
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