Review websites have some cool advantages:
* They outperform pure content sites when it comes to generating cash from affiliate product sales.
* You don’t have to worry about getting involved in stuff like e-mail marketing.
* You don’t have to sell anything. You just review stuff and link to it with your affiliate link.
* You don’t have to recommend anything—no getting into trouble
for recommending crap. Better yet, you don’t even have to buy the product in the first place.
* You don’t have to spend hours creating content. The product merchant and a few forums have all the content you need.
Which is all well and good if you know what you’re doing when it comes to creating the actual review sites, but what if creating web pages is not your scene?
In this case your best bet is to use pre-made templates. All you have to do then is add content.
But where do you get the templates?
You get it from the same place that I just did…because I know they work, and it’s faster then if I hired somebody to do it for me.
Chris Rempel’s VIP Essentials Package provides you with everything you need to turn your review site network into a business. You get:
1) High-Converting, “Just Add Content” HTML Templates for Dreamweaver and XSitePro (Versions 1 & 2). You just take the content you have researched and drop it into your chosen template.
2) If you’re like me and like WordPress, there is a specialized “Conduit Review Site-Maker” for WordPress (it’s been tested on WP v2.5 and later). The great thing about this is NO HTML Knowledge Required!
3) A blueprint for getting traffic to your review site. Review sites are cool because they attract visitors who are on the verge of buying, but you have to know how to find the right keywords, and where to use them. The blueprint explains it all.
4) Quite possibly the most important part of the Essentials Package: An outsourcing guide which explains how to get other people to do the work for you. You get checklists, project templates and training materials for posting your jobs on freelancing networks, and teaching your new workers to do the work for you.
Your affiliate payments grow as your network of review sites grows. The only problem is you most likely don’t have enough time to do all the work yourself, so outsourcing is the way to go.