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CEO Of Parker Marker On Creating Quality Affiliate Marketing Content

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It’s 2020 and by now you may be riding the wave of affiliate marketing. Parker-Marker.com is a great example of how to create content that is helpful for consumers to read. I sat down with the CEO of Parker-Marker to hear about how he creates quality affiliate marketing content.

Here is a quote from the CEO on his work strategy:

“Sometimes I sit down and work for a few hours at a time on my website. I start by doing thorough keyword research and then I move into content planning. I create a unique angle that will help my content rank on Google, answer the consumers questions, and ultimately lead to an affiliate marketing conversion.”

I was also curious to learn about some of his top articles and try to understand what helped them to be so successful.

Successful Content

He recommends looking through the following 3 articles to get a clear idea of the content he curates.

  1. Amazon Prime Wardrobe Guide 
  2. Best Laptops For Writers
  3. Best Outdoor Sectional

I can break down what works well with the content mentioned above. They all have a review style which helps users to compare products and learn more about the topic. This disrupt magazine article has a similar look and feel but different content.

What is Parker-Marker?

Parker Marker is on a mission to help consumers make informed buying decisions. Often times, people need help finding the best products to buy online. Whether that be a small car accessory or a large furniture piece, Parker Marker will help you find the right product to match your needs!

Why is Affiliate Marketing a difficult business to get into?

Affiliate marketing isn’t right for everyone. It is hard to break into because it requires diverse skills such as web development, design & seo. If you have a website but it doesn’t have any traffic or it can’t convert visitors into customers then it is worthless. Someone once said Affiliate Marketing is like an internet gas station. “If no one knows visits your website then you won’t make any money. It’s like an internet gas station because traffic is the name of the game.” So, if you are going to start your own affiliate marketing website, invest in your skills first. Dig into SEO and understand what it is and how to make it work for you. If you can truly master SEO, then your business will scale really easily. I hope this article inspired you to take action and get started in creating something like a website or company.

Thanks to everyone for reading this and supporting Disrupt Magazine!

J.B. Smith is a freelance journalist and content creator. From a journalism background, J.B. is passionate about helping entrepreneurs & creators grow. With an interest in social media marketing, J.B. writes about creative influencers with motivating stories.

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