a one or two-page website whose main objective is to focus and push a single product, service or theme.
Websites can utilize the content of other providers to reinforce the message of their website and possibly, generate revenue by building strong relationships.
Someone else puts content affiliated with a vendor onto your site for which you get paid a percentage of sales or something comparable.
Sponsored ongoing content put on another website in exchange for a percentage of sales or some other kind of payment schedule.
Another content provider places content on your website on a regular basis, accompanied by a vendor. Consider establishing your own relationship with that vendor.
A strategy for putting ongoing content onto another website that points towards an accompanied vendor so that the vendor can test the waters before investing in a co-branded relationship.
A way of offering space to another content provider on your website. Often the content designed to fit into the visual signature of the website on which it is mini-sited and is changed on a regular basis.
Resembles a syndicated column that appears on other websites. Often the content designed to fit into the visual signature of the website on which it is mini-sited and is changed on a regular basis.
a great way to isolate products, allowing the visitor to quickly view and compare pricing and information on products is essential to maximizing sales
an ideal sales vehicle, especially for those just starting out
a one or two page affiliate site comprised entirely of powerful sales copy that drives visitors through to a merchant partner's site
a professionally designed pre-sales page for you to recommend your best affiliate programs
a web site with only a page or two and focuses just on a sales letter
A site that consists of just a few pages, that's completely focused on getting the visitor to perform just one action (make a purchase, subscribe to a newsletter, complete a survey, etc).
prefabricated HTML page for affiliates that displays new or specialized products with integrated affiliate links.
(see One-Page Mini-Site)
Mini-site is usually a very small site with two or three pages. Its main focus is to sell just one product, or to collect visitors' email addresses to try to sell them at a later date.