The Little Techno Trick ...that helps your customers and helps your bank account

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Affiliate programs are a great way to add value to your website and added revenue to your bank account.
 

Although Affiliate programs have been around for a long time, many people don't understand how easy they are to set up so they are missing out on helping their guests with an added serve and capturing that little bit of extra revenue we can all use.

An affiliate program or affiliate marketing is when you use your website to promote other suppliers services or products that compliment your own. For example, an accommodation provider can offer an affiliate program that allows visitors to their website to book activities in their region or a tour operator can offer a way to search and book accommodation in their area on their website.

Joining a tourism affiliate program is a techno trick that can help you and your customers - it adds value to your website through offering an additional service that your customers might need which you cannot provide and generates revenue that goes straight to your bank-account.

Two super affiliate programs that are easy to start, and earn you 5% on every booking made through your site are:

1. Travelbug's affiliate program allows visitors to your website to browse and book accommodations and activities via the Bookit booking engine www.travelbug.co.nz/affiliate/register

2. Great Sights affiliate program which allows visitors to your website to book an Inner City coach and their sight-seeing activities all over the country. www.greatsights.co.nz/affiliate

 

So go ahead and check them out - your customers and bank account will thank you.

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