Im getting no conversions on affiliate site

I think this is due to an issue with your site. I’ve gotten the same thing with several sites.

I found several sites that had been hit by a crawler but had some traffic and seemed to be generating sales. My site was never hit and I’m not seeing any traffic at all.

Crawl the site with Screaming Frog and check for missing pages. Click on “Missing pages” and see if any of the pages you’re missing are related to your affiliate offer or are related to the pages you are using to generate traffic.

If it’s related to your offer, you can add them to your sitemap.

If it’s not related to your offer, check to see if you’re missing any links.

If you’re missing any links, use the “Link” tab to find and fix any broken links.

Once fixed, I’ve found that it’s also important to add the canonical URL of the page to the page’s “Link” tab.

You can do this manually by adding a ” tag to the page.

However, I have found that Screaming Frog has a feature that does this for you. If you’re using Screaming Frog as your SEO tool and you’re not using the “Manual” tab, the “Link” tab can be set up to only show links with the “internal” link type.

By setting this up, Screaming Frog will automatically add the canonical link to your pages in the “Link” tab for you.

If you add a link to your page using the “Manual” tab and it doesn’t have an “internal” link, Screaming Frog will automatically add the canonical link to your page.

This means that if you have a link to your page in your sitemap, you should also have a link to the page in your sitemap in the “Link” tab.

If you’re using the “Manual” tab, you can add a link manually.

If you’re not using the “Manual” tab, you can also add a link manually.

Once you’ve added all of the missing links, you can go back to the “Missing pages” tab and delete any pages that are not related to your offer.

I also find that when you delete pages that are not related to your offer, you should go back and add any new links to those pages.

If you have a page that links to your affiliate offer, you should also have a link to the page in your sitemap.

This means that when you crawl the site, you should also crawl the pages that link to your offer.

If you’re getting no sales or conversions on any of the pages in your sitemap, this is a good sign that your website is failing to pass the crawler.

How to fix your site?

If you’re seeing that none of your pages are passing a crawl, it might be a good idea to go back to your Google Analytics dashboard and switch the “Webmaster Tools” filter to “All Traffic”.

This means that all of your website’s traffic will pass through Google’s crawler. The more traffic that you have, the better chance you have of passing the crawler.

If you’re not seeing any traffic yet, it might be a good idea to add a 301 redirect for any pages that don’t pass the crawl.

You can do this with Google Webmaster Tools.

Once you’ve added a 301 redirect, you should be able to see some more traffic on your website.

If you don’t see any more traffic, it might be a good idea to consider switching your site over to HTTPS.

By switching to HTTPS, Google can verify that you’ve not been hacked and that your site is secure.

You can also choose to not have a https:// in your domain name. This means your site will be accessible only with a secure connection.

Once you’ve made this choice, you can switch your site back to HTTP.

If you’re not seeing any traffic yet, it might be a good idea to re-optimize your website.

I’ve found that re-optimizing the site can make a pretty big difference in how the crawl works.

For example, when I first built my site, I built the site with the intention of being indexed by Google. I didn’t optimize the site for the crawler.

I found that even though the site was indexable by Google, I still wasn’t able to get any sales.

The problem was that Google wasn’t able to figure out how to properly index the site. That wasn’t a good sign.

If you’re not seeing any traffic yet, it might be a good idea to switch to HTTPS.

Once you’ve switched over to HTTPS, you should be able to see some traffic.

If you’re seeing traffic now, it might be a good idea to send a “hello world” email to your list.

If you’ve been able to get some traffic to your site, I recommend doing some A/B testing on your site.

I’ve found that it’s often best to start out by seeing what is working and then doing more of that.

For example, if you’re having success with your site’s SEO, you might try to see how much traffic that is bringing in.

If you’re seeing a lot of traffic, it might be a good idea to do more of that.

You can also try to see what changes you should make to your site.

For example, if you’re getting a lot of traffic, you might try to make those changes.

If you’re trying to optimize the site without seeing any sales, you might try to see if you can get more sales.

If you’re currently not seeing any sales yet, it might be a good idea to do some more A/B testing on the site.

I’ve found that it’s often best to start out with A/B testing to figure out what is working and then do more of that.

Conclusion

If you’re just starting out and you want to get some sales on your site, you can start with this step-by-step guide.

You can also refer to my article on building an effective affiliate site.

If you’re a complete beginner, take a moment to read my step-by-step guide on how to start an affiliate website.

If you want to learn more about this topic, you can check out my complete guide on affiliate marketing.

The key to success for your affiliate site is to find the right niche and then offer a high-quality product.

Once you’ve found a profitable niche, you should optimize your website to make sure your site can pass the crawl.

Then, you should focus on getting more traffic to your site and optimize your website to make sure you can convert those conversions into sales.

Once you’ve optimized your site, you should make sure you have a 301 redirect in place to keep people from getting lost.

You should also make sure you’re using a reliable affiliate tracking system to track your conversions.

If you want to improve your website’s performance, you should use a plugin to add tracking pixels to your site.

You should also optimize your site’s speed so it’s as fast as possible.

If you’re still seeing a lot of traffic, you might want to consider moving to HTTPS.

If you’re seeing more traffic, it might be a good idea to add a 301 redirect. If you’re seeing none of your pages passing the crawl, you might want to switch to HTTPS.

If you’ve been able to see some traffic, it might be a good idea to start A/B testing on your site.

If you’re starting out, don’t hesitate to start A/B testing.

When you’re ready to move to more advanced affiliate marketing, I’d recommend checking out my complete affiliate marketing course.

Hopefully, this guide has given you the information you need to get going on your affiliate website and get more sales.

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Gillian Robinson

Gillian Robinson is the best-selling author of Affiliate Marketing That Works. A former affiliate marketer and an ecommerce entrepreneur, Gillian now helps other entrepreneurs get their affiliate sites off the ground.

She lives in Los Angeles and is an affiliate marketer and an affiliate manager.

As an affiliate marketer, Gillian helps entrepreneurs grow their affiliate sites. As an affiliate manager, she helps others run successful affiliate sites.

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Gillian is the creator of The Affiliate Marketer and the creator of the Affiliate Marketer podcast.

She runs The A-M Blog which has helped tens of thousands of entrepreneurs create successful affiliate sites.

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