It's the same as trying to run the bath by opening the tap fully and not bothering to put the plug in the hole first: you'd just be losing nearly all the water.
It's something that I'm really
happy for all my
It's so contrary to the fundamental principles of successful affiliate marketing that it's one of the best ways you'll find of stacking the deck against yourself.
To earn significant money from affiliate marketing, you need to do
(i) Keep your potential customers returning to the sales page (because not so many people buy anthing much at their first visit to a sales page!);
(ii) Make increasing sales (ideally at progressively higher prices) to the same "captive audience" who regularly rely on and trust your recommendations - in
of the long-term income comes from that;
(iii) Establish the credibility and trust necessary to do both the above by earning's people respect as a provider of niche-related information.
Without building lists, of course,
you can't do any of the three
and you'd just be throwing away almost all the traffic you ever generate that doesn't buy anything immediately.
What kind of way to run a business would that be?
For most people, most of the time, it's just about as simple as that, overall.
These three threads are more informative ...
Is it a good idea to spend some time on building a mailing list ?Without Building a List, How Consistent is Your Income from Affiliate MarketingDoes anyone even make money online without an email list?