Hey, Sarai! Sure, you can be an affiliate without a website, it’s just about being creative. So, to answer your question… no, you do not need a self-hosted website to be an affiliate for most affiliate programs out there. And even if you’d need to submit one, during the sign-up process, you can always use any of hundreds, even thousands web 2.0 platform and create something there. Creating a CBD blog is, of course, a good idea, you could also create your own Youtube channel, FB page, Instagram, and on and on… just be creative, there are no limits.
David’s study is a case where white hat effort can grow a site very quickly, but it does rely a little on timing, as well as a lot of research in picking the right niche. His post doesn’t go too deep into it, but you can find more about picking a niche in a post we wrote a few days ago. There’s also a ton of information on it out there on other sites, like David’s, Darren’s, and others.
Because CBD is legal in all 50 states, and the recent surge in demand for CBD, it’s also becoming increasingly popular for webmasters to learn how to sell CBD oil online. The good news here is that if you have done any sort of affiliate marketing on your own websites, this will make sense and be extremely easy to implement and market in just under an hour of work.
The best way to increase your own earnings is to offer your audience products that truly benefit their everyday lives. Our Hot Juice eliquid and CBD affiliate program was created to broaden the reach of a product line we created with passion to offer the world products they’ll immediately appreciate. In turn, your website will provide you with the growing fruit of an expanding marketplace without being directly linked either ideologically or ethically to the use or connotation of those products. The end result, is an endless stream of revenue generated by offering potential customers items they already want and pointing them towards a brand they can invest sincere trust in for a long-term business relationship that benefits everyone involved.
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