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#how to Create account with for Paypal-Fact visions

#how to Create account with for Paypal-Fact visions
#how to Create account with for Paypal-Fact visions
STEP 1: Go to the site and click on the sign up for free buttton

STEP 2:Select 'Business' and then click on NEXT button.

STEP 3: Enter your email id which you want to use for paypal and enter the password. Click on ‘Continue’
Please remember your email address and password using which you can login to your PayPal account and do not share your password with anyone.
Please create a new password for this account. It need not be the same that you use for Digital Profit Course.

STEP 4Select Business Type – ‘Individual’ and click on Continue.

STEP 5:  Fill the form completely and carefully and click on ‘Continue’
  • Business Category – Business to Business
  • Business Sub-category – Advertising
  • Purpose Code – Advertising and market research
  • Enter your PAN number
  • Name on your card statement

STEP 6:Fill this form with your basic details. Click on ‘Agree & Continue’

STEP 7: Your account is now set up. Confirm your email address. You must have received an email from paypal on your email id which you have used at the time of registration.

STEP 8: Click on Link a bank account. Add Bank Name, IFSC Code, Account Number, Name etc.

And click ‘Review’ button.

Now you need to enter following details.

1 Your name must be the same as your name that is mentioned in your PAN Card. Your PayPal account name, PAN card name and Bank Account name must be the same.

2 Please enter your bank’s full name.

   Example - State Bank Of India and not SBI
NEFT IFSC You can find the codes by entering details on following websites:

3 Enter your Bank Account Number.

You will then get some small amounts credited into your bank account. Sometimes, PayPal may even charge a small amount from your account to verify the details that you have provided. This is done at random and is returned to your account in a few days.
When you see a deposit or charge in your bank statement, come back to PayPal and login with your registered email address and password. Confirm your account by entering the amounts in specified places.
Once these steps are completed, you’ll have a PayPal verified account eligible to take payments online from affiliate networks.
PayPal now has an office in Gurgaon, NCR, India. Please leave your question at PayPal helpdesk on their website and they will immediately contact you. They have a very quick response time and they are very helpful.
You can also contact them at: 1-800-419-9833

#how does affiliate marketing working ??-Fact visions

#How does affiliate marketing working ??-Fact visionsHow affiliate marketing works

The above diagram will help you understand affiliate marketing even better. Let’s take a closer look at every step:
  • 1. Affiliate (i.e. You) signs up for the merchant’s (or advertiser’s) affiliate program.
In the later chapters you will be introduced to a few recommended affiliate programs which you can join. When you will join an affiliate program, for every product there  you’ll get your unique affiliate link. You’ll have your own login details to login inside the affiliate program where you will be able to track and see your performance.
  • 2. Affiliate uses an affiliate link whenever they mention the merchant on their website.
You can promote affiliate links not only through your website, but also through your blog, through YouTube videos, through Facebook and other social networks, through email and other methods. (We are going to cover everything in this course.)
  • 3. Jack for example (a normal online surfer) visits an Affiliate’s website
When you’ll start marketing your website (or promote your affiliate link in other ways), you’ll keep getting visitors.
  • 4. Jack clicks on your affiliate link to visit merchant’s website
When you’ll start getting visitors with whatever online marketing you’re doing, many of those visitors (not all of them), will click on your affiliate link to reach the merchant’s website.
  • 5. A cookie gets dropped to Jack’s computer
When visitors click on the affiliate link, a cookie gets dropped in their web browser. This cookie will help the advertiser to identify that Jack came through your affiliate link.
Note: This is the technology of the affiliate program you have joined. You don’t have to do anything here, but it is important to know the basics of how the visitors are tracked online.
  • 6. Jack completes the desired action on the merchant’s website
The desired action could be filling a form, buying something, entering his email or whatever the advertiser wanted him to do. Once the visitor completes the desired action, we say that the visitor has ‘converted’ and a ‘conversion’ has taken place.
  • 7. After completing the desired action, merchant checks for the affiliate cookie on Jack’s computer.
  • 8. Merchant finds a cookie belonging to you and logs a credit for the commission according to the affiliate agreement.
  • 9. Merchant makes reports available that show the affiliate all the visitors and sales (or conversions) from the affiliate link.
You can check these reports on the affiliate program after logging in. Everything is well organized there.
  • 10. At the end of every payment period, affiliate program sends the payment to the affiliate for all the conversions (or sales) in that period.
Usually a payment period is one month.

This is how affiliate marketing actually works.
I hope you found today's chapter interesting!
Feel free to read it multiple times to get a better understanding. Even if a few things aren’t clear right now, that is absolutely fine. The most important thing is to continue to read through the chapters, and soon you will see all the above steps implemented through practical examples and everything will become clear.

#10 Foremost Things You Can Learn From the AFFILIATE MARKETING-Fact visions

#10  Foremost Things You Can Learn From the AFFILIATE MARKETING-Fact visions

Affiliate marketing Terminology

Advertiser/Merchant – The advertiser is the company that produces the products or the services that you are going to promote. The advertiser is also commonly referred to as the Merchant.

Affiliate – This is the most basic term that we have been using from Day 1. The affiliate is the individual who is promoting the advertiser’s services and products and will receive commission for the leads or sales that the advertiser gets. So, if Ramesh is a blog owner promoting Amazon books, then Ramesh is the affiliate, book is the product, Amazon is the advertiser. (In this course, we are giving you training to be a successful affiliate.)

Affiliate Agreement – This is the agreement that is drawn between the affiliate and the advertiser when they enter into an affiliate relationship. It has details of rules, roles, legalities and responsibilities for the relationship. You generally don’t need to bother about it.

Affiliate Network – The network, unlike the manager, is a third party, managing the affiliate program for the advertiser. Networks provide technology for tracking the efforts of the affiliates. They also ensure that there is proper tracking of the sales, prompt payment of commission to affiliates. The network will also help the merchant meet potential affiliates for promotion their services and products. One example of an affiliate network is the Amazon Affiliate Program.

Click Through Rate – Also known as CTR, this is a metric that compares how many times the affiliate link has been clicked to the number of times it has been viewed. The result is displayed in the form of percentage. For example, if the banner ad on your website has been viewed 100 times and has been clicked once, then you will divide 1 by 100 and multiply it again by 100. This will give you a result of 1%.

Commission – Commission is the money that the advertiser pays to the affiliate. This is a pre-defined amount that is entered into the affiliate agreement.

Conversion – When a visitor visiting your website takes action, such as buying a service or product, signs up for email or fills up a form, then he is converted. The conversion of potential customer to a buyer complete.

Conversion Rate – The comparison of number of times the affiliate link has generated conversion to the number of times the affiliate link has been viewed and displayed as percentage is conversion rate. The method of calculation of conversion rate is same as CTR.

Cookies – When an individual visits your website a text file is sent from the website to the web browser of the visitor. This is used for assigning an ID to the visitor who has clicked on the affiliate link to reach the advertiser’s website for a specific period. If the visitor returns to the website within the specified period, then the affiliate gets credited with a sale. Example, Ramesh visits your website and clicks the affiliate link. Cookie is dropped to his web browser. He returns to the advertiser’s website again before the cookie expires. This ensures that you receive credit and commission for the sale.

CPC – CPC is cost per click. This is the money that is paid for generating a click by a visitor on an affiliate link. For example, you have spent Rs.200/- on an advertisement. The advertisement gets 100 clicks. Therefore, your CPC is Rs.2. The calculation formula is the cost of the advertisement divided by number of clicks generated

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