Once you've purchased your domain, you go to 'Forward' and paste in your ugly affiliate link, sothat whenever someone sees your new domain (on the emails and tweets you send out, etc.), itgoes to your lead capture page. So that the url for your lead capture page looks the same as yourdomain name, you want to opt for masking, which in godaddy is under forward>edit>advancedfeatures. Just click 'masking and forwarding' and you're done. So that's the lead capture page sorted. Next, you sign up to an autoresponder, like getresponse oraweber. They're both good. The company you've just signed up to will direct you to one or theother according to where they have banked their email campaign. So you sign up to one of them(if you haven't already) then, following a video tutorial, load up your campaign. If it's a goodsystem, you should get at least a dozen emails to work with. Next, you have to go into each email and replace the default links with your affiliate link - not theone to the lead capture page, rather, this will be the one that takes customers through toclickbank. So once again, you have to go back to godaddy, buy a new domain - something verysimilar to your first purchase - and forward and mask. Then return to the email and paste in yournew url in place of the default link. As you're reading through the emails you've loaded up, it's my suggestion you change a little ofthe wording. Instead of writing as if you were the MD, you write as yourself and sign with yourname. This is a chance to brand yourself, after all, don't give all the credit to the guy who came upwith this system! So, for instance, say something like, 'Hi this is [your name] I'm working with[guru's name]...' You could also add your website at the bottom of the page. Remember, this is anopportunity to build up your list not only for this new system you're working with, but any othersystem you're working with. The more subscribers you have the greater your customer base. At this point in the process, you're about done setting up. So now you have to think of ways ofmarketing. If you're a newbie, which method do you choose? Chances are you don't have a listyet, or not much of a one, so you can't rely on that. For an affiliate program, I would start off withsolo ads. They're easy to write, cheap to do and they deliver results - by which I mean profit andquicker than anything through fb or other social sites (unless of course, you have thousands offriends or followers). I'd also intersperse your more salesy pitch with non-salesy info on the program, what you likeabout it (without links), just comment. So, for instance, if you're in an affiliate program promotinggreen products, as I am at the moment, be creative with the eco-friendly angle, appeal to yourreader's conscience, then drop in a link. Most of us now like to think we can do a little for theenvironment. You get the idea. You could also write articles - like this one - and leave your url behind. Then copy and paste yourarticle into your blog posts. Link up to fb, twitter, any other social media sites you're on. Affiliate marketing can deliver good results. Perhaps amazing results once you have a list. But ifyou really want to make bigger commissions, you'll want to join a turnkey system with high ticketitems. They're more expensive to join, but they deliver higher commissions and come with amentor who will guide you every step of the way and actually get back to you on the phone whenyou get stuck. That's what I do for people. Get them set up and keep them fired up.