How To Make Money Online Selling Other People’s Products
To earn money online you do not have to create, own or store your own product. You can direct potential customers to websites that already sell products that have been created by other people and, if someone buys the product after referring it to that website, the owner of the product will pay a commission.
The product owner also organizes the customer's payment, delivery and fulfillment of the product. This is known as affiliate marketing and it is your job as an affiliate to connect potential customers with products or services you are looking to buy.
So, how does it start?
Choose your audience
Before you start looking for products that you can sell, you must determine your target audience or niche. What problems does the audience want to solve in their chosen niche? The affiliate products you promote should offer the solutions you are looking for. You can find a lot of products to sell from affiliate marketing companies like Amazon, CJAffiliate, ClickBank and JVZoo.
You will not earn hundreds of thousands in a single day. Start small and continue to improve your online reputation. Develop and provide high-value content on your website and social networks. There are affiliate programs that do not require a website, but your own website allows you to focus on being authentic so that you feel reliable and professional.
Build an email list  Focus on developing an email list of potential customers from your website and social media accounts. You can send emails to your list whenever you want. This is the most effective way in which people will buy the products and services they recommend.
Treat it like a business
Even if you only work part-time, you should treat it. Like a real business and it's not something you play with. It's okay to play at the beginning to see if it's right for you and it's a good way to learn. But eventually, if you want to create a real online business, you will have to treat it that way.
Think "Say" Do not "sell"
Be helpful, kind, and concerned about the things you promote Consider it more like "say" instead of "sell." When you put it in the perspective of helping people find what they need or want, you take away the tension to sell continuously. This will allow your efforts to flow from authenticity instead of looking too anxious when trying to earn money.