Affiliate marketing

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Affiliate marketing is creating content that recommends specific products with a shared revenue business model.[1] The creators place affiliate links in the content. Usually, the remuneration is based on the commission for the products sold. Most of the big brands are happy to use this type of marking, offering directly by the company itself or through 3rd party affiliate networks. It is a very effective form of advertising. Content recipients are often more susceptible to comments from their favorite creators, which makes them more likely to buy a given product.

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  1. "Affiliate Marketer: Definition, Examples, and How to Get Started". Investopedia. Retrieved 2022-09-25.

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