Hi everyone, and welcome to another episode of Tubetorial. I’m Lorraine Nepomuceno.
Today I want to show you how to use ReadySite, one of the quickest and easiest ways to monetize your website or blog.
So here I’ve loaded the ReadySite website, at ReadySite.com. From here, you can see some examples of the different ways you can use ReadySite Pages. It’s a good idea to have a look at these, so that you can properly plan where to place the Pages on your website when you begin using ReadySite.
This website, for example, has embedded a ReadySite Page under the category “Healthy Deals”. As you can see, these are health-related offers- and they’re all updated automatically DAILY, by ReadySite.
So going back to ReadySite.com, just click the sign up button down here- and you’ll be taken to a form to fill out with your details. Here, you can see a list of their Approval requirements. You need to be officially approved before you can become an affiliate. So, no adult content, illegal activity, that sort of thing.
After you’ve signed up, and gotten approved, it’s time to start using ReadySite. Let’s do that now.
So, login at the Affiliate backend, and let’s create our first ReadySite Page. Click on Create Page.
This is my Settings page, and right away I can see that I have quite a few options here. First, I’ll want to select the type of page I want- let’s set that to Free Samples- and I can also, depending on where I want to use this page, specify the frame width, different colors, text size… and so on. To preview how this will look on my site, I’ll click on the Preview tab. That looks good to me, so now all I have to do is Get HTML- and select and copy this code.
I’ll be placing this on the sidebar of my shopping blog, SomethingStylish.com– and I’ve got my WordPress dashboard already open in another browser tab. In the widgets area, I’m going to add a text box, and paste my ReadySite code into it. I’ll Save Changes, and let’s reload the site to see the changes… and there you go: Free Samples.
Now, as you can see, using this affiliate backend area is very simple. From here, you can also check the statistics of your account, and see how well the different campaigns are performing. If you want to recommend the ReadySite program itself on your blog, go to Referrals, and you’ll be able to select from different banners… ready to be placed.
As you can see, using ReadySite is very easy- I really like how customizable it is, and it’s a quick way to begin monetizing your website or blog.
I hope you found today’s tutorial useful, and remember to visit Tubetorial.com for more video tutorials.