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Does affiliate marketing help E-market places to become popular?

Any E-market place when started will not be a success until it is established and made a known and trusted name among everyone. To win the trust  and to make it a familiar E-market place, it takes a lot of effort and patience. Many of the major E-market place like Amazon, Snapdeal, Flipkart etc. are popular not only with customers for their deals but they are popular in affiliate marketing.

The major E-market places like Amazon, Snapdeal, Flipkart etc. have been supporting affiliates or associates paying a good commission to them.  The affiliate marketing is where the bloggers, website owners etc. are paid commission for placing the links from the E-market places.  Amazon is very popular among affiliates as it is easy to enter into its affiliate program,  for the promptness in paying the commission etc.

Affiliate programs to some extent play a role in popularising an E-market place or website. People who own a website,blog etc.  indirectly promote products or the market place through different ways like placing widgets, product links, offers on certain products etc. This makes it easy for the E-market place or website to concentrate on the customers rather than promoting their site.

So many new budding websites are following this path. Its a good trend as it gets the website nearer to people. Affiliate marketing is an indirect promotional activity where everyone gets profit. In a way the E-market places are promoting the products listed in their websites by creating affiliate links and encouraging bloggers etc.  to place the affiliate links,  which is a good trend.

Online sellers ,  to promote products by placing in major E-market places ,  choose SELLinALL to  post/list products in major E-market places like Amazon, Snapdeal, Flipkart, Facebook, Ebay etc.

                                                    -Anupama Gundu-


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