Before you abandon high quality traffic sources like Facebook and Bing, consider creating a custom landing page to help get your PeerFly campaign approved.
You might have already discovered that traffic sources like Facebook, Bing and BuySellAds don’t allow publishers to use an affiliate link that redirects to an offer. It’s not because they hate you, but less reputable publishers could be using a redirect to send unknowing users to something nefarious. Creating a landing page allows you to clearly explain the product to a potential lead before funneling them to the offer page to make you some money!
The vast majority of PeerFly offers allow the use of custom banners and landing pages. An easy way to check is simply to see if the offer page includes a “Custom Creatives” tab like this one:
From there, you can upload your creatives for approval. We have a blog post on how to manage your submissions and check their status here.
Not comfortable designing and coding your own custom landers? There are some great online resources to help you get started.
Lead Pages provides a ton of gorgeous templates as well as some cool features for Facebook Ad campaigns and A/B testing. They offer a 14 day free trial and after that it’s an affordable $25/month for their basic plan.
You can check them out at leadpages.net
If you’re serious about working with your own creatives, Unbounce is a solid pick. They offer a generous 30 day trial and from there it’s $79 a month for high converting landing page templates and easy integration with services you probably already use like WordPress and Google Analytics.
Find Unbounce at unbounce.com
Instapage is another great landing page builder with digital marketers in mind. Choose from one of many responsive templates or get some tips from their robust help center. Instapage offers a 14 day free trial and is then $69/month.
You can find them at instapage.com
While many offers do include their own banners, creating your own is a good way to laser target your campaign’s focus. There are many banner creator tools available but Luke and I are particularly fond of Canva.
Canva has a simple, drag and drop interface and provides a decent selection of images and element. It’s free to use and easy to get started. You can find them at canva.com.
Do you have any tips you would like to share with other publishers? Leave us a comment and let us know what tools you’re using!
I'm an Affiliate Manager at PeerFly.com.