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Before you build your affiliate website, you'll have to pick your content management system (CMS).  This system will allow you to easily create and manage your content. Many CMS's are flexible enough to be used as blogging platforms.

There are a wide variety of options for affiliate marketing blogs. The most popular CMS is Wordpress.  I've been using it for well over 10 years and I absolutely love the simplicity and the ability to expand it with powerful plugins.

Based on Robert Mening's research, WordPress has a CMS market share of over 59% (26 million+ active websites).  

Those stats rock...except for 1 thing. WordPress is the #1 hacked platform on the planet!

Securi, a highly reputable website security service, provides an annual report called "Hacked Website Report" that ranks the most hacked platforms.

CMS Security Comparison
CMS Infection Comparison by Securi

As you can see on the left side, WordPress is the #1 hacked platform. In fact, infections rose from 74% in Q3 2016 to 83% in 2017.  On the right side, you'll see the platform that I use - Drupal.  The number of infections was less in 2017 compared to Q3 2016.  

Out of these top 4 CMS platforms (WordPress, Joomla!, Magento, and Drupal), Drupal was shown to be the most secure content management system.

This is the #1 reason why I switched from WordPress to Drupal. After managing hundreds of WordPress blogs over the years, I wanted to save myself from the frustration.  So many of my peers have lost their web content and have seen their website defaced because of a security hole.

I'm not saying that Drupal will never be hacked, but the chances are less. It's kind of like comparing my Mac OS or Linux OS to the most hacked OS - Windows.  

The great thing about Drupal is that it's extremely powerful and flexible. While WordPress has a lot of 3rd-party plugins to extend its functionality, Drupal has a lot of "native" features that are built-in and you can also extend it with modules.

Using Drupal as an Affiliate Marketing CMS

Because of this awesome amount of power and flexibility that Drupal has, it also is one of the most time-consuming CMS's to set up. You can always use a 1-click installer like Fantastico or the turnkey app installer Scriptalicious to easily install Drupal.  

Here's how it looks (and it's ugly IMHO):

Default Drupal Theme
Default Drupal Theme

While you can use it out of the box and blog away, there's a lot to be desired both functionality and appearance-wise.  Wouldn't you agree?

There's also a lot of modules that you need to install to enable:

  • search-engine friendly URL's
  • the auto-generation of those URL's
  • search engine XML sitemaps
  • SEO optimization tips and configuration
  • website login security
  • GDPR compliance
  • and more

That's just the module end. 

You still need to:

  • setup permissions
  • appearance
  • blocks
  • views
  • ads
  • and more

If you're an experienced Drupal themer, you could probably set up a site in a few hours from scratch (without any previous files or configuration).

When I switched from WordPress to Drupal, I probably spent a few weeks learning from old articles and books online.  Then when Drupal came out with the latest version, I realized that a lot of the information (even 6-12 months old) was already outdated.

To make a long story short, the setup time has a huge learning curve. 

It's like learning how to ride a bike. It could take a long time, even with training wheels. Once you get it, then riding a bike is easy! After I learned how to ride a bike, then I started learning tricks and doing wheelies.

The same thing applies to Drupal. After you get over the setup hump, you can do the normal stuff like creating content and it's easy. 

After you get the hang of creating content, maybe you might explore how to make your site look more pretty or learn some techie things like automatically showing affiliate ads based on conditions (without using any special plugins or modules).

I've already shown you what a standard Drupal site looks like.

Here's an Example of a Solid Income Drupal Affiliate Blog

Solid Income Drupal Affiliate Blog
Solid Income Drupal Affiliate Blog

Big difference right?

The Solid Income Affiliate Blog Package

I provide an Affiliate Marketing Optimized version of Drupal 8 that includes:

  • A premium affiliate-optimized theme, just as you see in the "Solid Income Drupal Affiliate Blog" image above. It's mobile-ready and responsive.
  • SEO friendly URL's that will allow many search engines to easily read your blog posts. It's not just about the post URL's, I'll work with you to create a simple page hierarchy that will form a solid structure for your site and a good 1st impression with the search engines.
  • SEO tips and configuration while creating content. This will guide you along the way so that you can easily create traffic-generating content.
  • Your ad, opt-in form, and/or banner installed in the right sidebar, header, and/or footer to monetize your business and start earning affiliate commissions.
  • 5 unique articles in your niche with images so that you can start building your business right away!
  • Google XML sitemap generator to automatically alert Google and other search engines when you post new content.
  • GDPR compliance notification to avoid legal issues.

As you can see on the right side, you can pick a variety of colors too.

Solid Income Affiliate Blog [Advanced]
Solid Income Drupal Affiliate Blog (PRO)

My Solid Income Affiliate Drupal Blog normally sells for $2000.

I do offer huge discounts for my active subscribers and clients.  

Delivery time is 1-2 weeks and we accept secure payments via Paypal.

If you're interested, please contact me

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