There’s no need to pay for advertising with GDI to build your affiliate network. GDI offers marketing tools and services like the Marketing Kit, movies, replicated sites, and more. There’s also a number of free ways to share your business like social media and video sites. Still some affiliates do pay for advertising. To find out what form of advertising might work best for you, we’re sharing some of the options, free and paid, that many people use.
Outside of our banners and ads, these services are not included nor endorsed by GDI. You do not have to use any of these services, they are simply options if you would like to explore the idea of advertisements.
GDI Banners and Buttons
The banners offered in the SiteBuilder toolbox are a great addition to any website, whether you use SiteBuilder, WordPress or another service. The banners act as an advertisement for your GDI business. Each banner is customized to your account to ensure that when visitors click on a banner they will be redirected a to GDI promotional page with you as the sponsor, inviting them to learn more and submit their contact information. To add a banner to you SiteBuilder site navigate to your page editor then select Add on Page>Tools>Banners.
The buttons offered in the SiteBuilder tools can serve a variety of purposes. You can invite people to sign up right away with you as their sponsor, watch the movie or learn more with our different buttons offered. These buttons are powerful as they are bright and stand out from text, inviting people to click on learn more. To add a button to you SiteBuilder site navigate to your page editor then select Add on Page>Tools>Buttons. – See more at:
Google offers many options for ads, allowing you to choose how you pay, when and where your ads are displayed and more. According to Google:
- AdWords, Google‘s online advertising program, lets you reach new customers and grow your business.
- Choose where your ad appears, set a budget you’re comfortable with, and measure the impact of your ad.
- There’s no minimum spending commitment. You can pause or stop anytime.
If you’d like to take your social media efforts farther and share GDI beyond your network, Facebook ads may be a good option. Facebook says, “Ads on Facebook are unique. They’re shown to specific groups of highly engaged people on desktop and mobile. When your ads have great creative content and are well targeted, they get more likes, comments and shares. When someone takes any of these actions, their friends may see your ad, making it more powerful.” Facebook offers pay per click or impression payments much like Google AdWords.