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Passive Monetisation Part 2/2

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Product recommendation

Another way to monetize your website is to recommend products. The process is roughly as follows: First, your visitor comes to your website. There he finds an article or a page about a certain product and reads the information there. Within the text, individual words are linked and at the end of the page or article there is a button with the inscription “buy now”. Since you as a website operator only represent the function of product recommendation, you do not have to own an online store. The functionality of the online store is outsourced in this case, namely to the product seller. 

Your work is done as soon as the person goes to the product seller’s website for more detailed information. When a sale is completed on the merchant’s site, you receive your commission. 

This process is fully automated in most cases. If you are now wondering where to find vendors for such a product, you are not the only one. There are dedicated online marketplaces where hundreds of sellers offer thousands of different products. From Webentertainer’s point of view, one of the largest and most professional marketplaces for this purpose is Digistore24. 

Find a product that suits you and your website now and recommend it to your visitors. 

Promote digital products from resellers with advertisements

Of course you can also promote other people’s products in a big way. You can use Facebook ads or other online marketing strategies to get as many people as possible to the retailer’s site through your link. Of course you have to choose a product with a big enough margin. The margins are different because the products are different as well. On the one hand it is possible to sell digital products (downloads, software) or to sell physical goods. Digital products usually have a higher commission, as they have no physical equivalent and can be multiplied at will. 

Sell digital products from your online store by product recommendation

You can also turn the tables, of course, should you have a product, or want to create one. Now you know how to find other people who sell it. So you can concentrate on your core business (namely the creation of this product or service) and others make sure that you constantly find customers. 

Professional website to make an impression on distributors

For this, you should have your own website to provide your distributors with enough information to know what they are selling and how to sell it. It is also advisable to give your distributors ready-made advertisements, so that they can really focus exclusively on selling your products.

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