So, even if there are thousands of the same site out there, they will all perform extremely different, depending on how knowledgeable its new owner is in (1) identifying how to make money with the site; (2) the keywords that it can rank for; (3) creating unique content around those keywords and (4) promoting those key pages for the search engines and direct traffic.
If the above locations do not yield information pertaining to affiliates, it may be the case that there exists a non-public affiliate program. Utilizing one of the common website correlation methods may provide clues about the affiliate network. The most definitive method for finding this information is to contact the website owner directly if a contact method can be located.
I agree but at this point let's be honest, wouldn't it better to be offering a site with domain+hosting+fresh WordPress installation and that's it. Up to the buyer to design - or have designed - a website UNIQUE and search engines friendly. If you look at one of these sites (as said they are exactly the same, see acnetreatmentadvisory.com for example) from a design point of view they are just basic wordpress themes, from a content point of view they are not PLR just articles scrapped from articlebase with the author name stripped, from a SEO point view also total disaster, they have no H1/H2 tags, no METAs such as keywords or description, no cache etc.
There is, and it’s called affiliate marketing. As an affiliate marketer, you get paid commissions on every sale you make. Better still, you don’t have to put any energy into selling unproven products. If you know how to do your research, you can build your website entirely around third-party products that have a proven track record out in the market.
4. I don't reveal earnings or make income claims on the blog. Let's just say that I've been running this blog for 8 months now, often working 12hrs per day on it, and if you look at how much income the blog has generated I'd be working at below minimum wage. But that's fine as this is a long term project and it's what I expected, I'm not here for quick cash.
Choosing a great domain name can be tricky for someone just starting out with affiliate marketing. I’m going to assume you have already chosen a niche for your affiliate marketing website, so you should already know what your site is going to be about. Now it’s time to find a domain name you like that is also available. This can be a little tricky, but good domain names can still be had!
Alongside publishing high quality content, you need to make a conscious effort in promoting your site. Do everything in your power to attract visitors, just make sure your tactics are legitimate or you’ll anger the likes of Google and earn a bad rep. Promote your site both online and offline – market the hell out of it. Here’s how to drive more traffic to your WordPress site to get you started.