Make A Poker Affiliate Website To Be Proud Of

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If you have crafted yourself a nice poker affiliate website, you can be really proud of it

With all the talk about building linkssearch engine optimization, RMPs and CPAs, it’s easy to forget what making websites is all about. Whenever you build a poker affiliate website, you are creating a resource for every web user to take advantage of, so that they can learn more about the information you are providing. Your site will be the one people look to when they need advice on how to play pocket Queens, or what limits will be the safest for them to play at when playing online poker and so on…

Imagine there are people out there reading you poker affiliate website

At the start, it’s exciting to think about the fact that a person on the other side of the world is visiting your site and reading through all the pages you have written. Your hard work is making a difference to someone else’s life in some way. It may not be by much, but it’s still a great feeling that someone is better off because of the information you have provided on your poker affiliate website. This is why it’s a great shame to forget about this as you progress as an affiliate, and let those visitors just turn into numbers, instead of being individual people looking for help.

Therefore I always try and remind myself that each number in my statistics is a person that I could have helped in some way. By doing this it gives extra value to the work I do on a daily basis, rather than just working to try and increase my earnings for the month. Of course I want to earn more money, but it makes it more worth while to do work when you know it’s going to be appreciated by someone else.

A top poker affiliate website will make a top impact

If you make a poker affiliate website with the intention of providing top quality content and creating the top website in your particular niche, there is no doubt that you will do well. However, if you are driven by the figures in your affiliate account rather than the experience of your visitors, you are setting yourself on the road to failure as a new affiliate.

Say for example a family member or friend asks you one day what it is you do for a living. Would you be proud to show them the site(s) that you own? At the end of the day, you are the one that is going to have to put your name to your work, so you should never aim to settle for second best.

So the next time someone asks you what it is you do for a living, how is the conversation about your poker affiliate website going to go?

Friend: So what is it you do for money these days?
You: I make poker affiliate websites.
Friend: Sounds cool, can I take a look?
You: Err, yeah okay…
Friend: Oh I see… that’s nice. *In the most insincere tone of voice you’ve heard all year*

Or

Friend: So what is it you do for money these days?
You: I make poker affiliate websites.
Friend: Sounds cool, can I take a look?
You: Yeah sure…
Friend: Oh awesome. Where did you learn how to do that?
You: Well there’s this super awesome website onlinepokeraffiliate.net… etc.

The last line is optional, but you see what I mean. It’s not often that you get to impress other people with your work as an online poker affiliate, but it sure as hell is worth it when you get to show someone the result of your efforts and they are genuinely impressed.

It can be pretty cold and lonely as a poker affiliate. Even though you might be helping and entertaining hundreds or thousands of people every month with your articles, it’s not going to be often that you will get recognition and praises for your work. However, it really is one of the best feelings that you can get when you get that random email saying “thank you for your help”. It helps to bring things back into perspective once more, and remind you the true value of creating useful and informative poker affiliate websites.

So simply aim to make websites that you are proud to put your name to, and the success is sure to follow. In my opinion, it would make it all worth while just to receive that “thank you” every now and then, even if I wasn’t earning any money. But I’m not going to argue with the monetary bonuses that come my way!

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